GI WACAF Project Manager
IPIECA, The global oil and gas industry association for advancing environmental and social performance
Lindsay Page-Jones is the GI WACAF Project Manager since September 2021. He is responsible for the definition and implementation of the GI WACAF action plan, and ensures the Project reaches its strategic objectives. Trained as a coastal geographer, Lindsay joined a French oil spill consultancy company in 2003. Since then, he has participated in various activities for authorities, port, regions and the industry: he worked on oil spill contingency planning and customized Incident Management System implementation, delivered both classroom and field training, and organised equipment deployment exercises onshore, in ports and offshore. He facilitated large scale exercises, national seminars for the improvement of response capabilities, coastal sensitivity mapping projects, guidelines and response capability development plans. He was also an Oil Spill Advisor for 5 years on secondment for a major producing oil affiliate in Africa and participated in various oil spill response operations.
GI WACAF Project Coordinator
International Maritime Organization, Marine Environment Division
As GI WACAF Project Coordinator, Chloé facilitates exchanges between the different actors involved in the Project and supports the preparation and participation in the activities of the biennial action plan. Before joining the GI WACAF Secretariat in October 2020, Chloé spent 3 years in West Africa: in Togo, she was working as a Program Officer for a corporate foundation implementing local development projects in the harbour area of Lomé. In Abidjan, she had joined an international NGO and was in charge of transboundary activities for the protection of a common forest complex between Côte d'Ivoire and Liberia. Chloé holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs from Sciences Po Paris.