We are glad to introduce the new Project Manager: Anaïs Guillou
Anaïs Guillou has replaced Lindsay Page-Jones as GI WACAF Project Manager since the end of April.
Trained as an oceanographer, Anaïs joined a French engineering and environmental consulting firm in 2006. As manager of the marine environment team, she carried out and supervised numerous environmental monitoring studies at sea on behalf of oil and gas companies, particularly in the Gulf of Guinea. Furthermore, in the framework of environmental impact studies and oil spill contingency plans, she has also participated in carrying out modeling studies of discharges in marine environment (oil spills, produced water, drilling cuttings, chemicals, etc.) and of the response associated. More recently as Project Manager for the Technical Direction, she managed a large portfolio of activities dedicated to the oil and gas sector in France and internationally.
Anaïs is delighted to join GI WACAF to continue to implement the Project's work program in order to achieve the objectives of strengthening national capacities to prepare for and respond to oil spills.