Andy Calitz is engaged with FutureEnergy Global helping audiences understand the Global Energy Supply Transition Journey as it plays out on the regional and national economies on six continents. He is based in London. During his career at Eskom, Shell and ADNOC he has been involved in power generation and transmission, and the investment decisions of LNG projects in Russia, Australia, Canada and the United Arab Emirates. He served as the first Secretary General of the London-based Secretariat of the International Gas Union, and as non-executive director of Seawind Technology. He was educated as an Electrical Engineer at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa, with further qualifications in Commerce, Management and Business Administration at the Harvard Business School and University of the Witwatersrand, University of South Africa and Insead. He has been awarded an honorary doctorate in Engineering by the University of Stellenbosch. Andy has lived in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Boston, London, Lima, Moscow, Beijing, Tokyo, Sakhalin, Perth, The Hague, Vancouver and Abu Dhabi, and has travelled to 90 countries on business and private visits. He is a member of The Royal Institute of International Affairs, and a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.