The team

Strategic Level

Industry

Anatole Cramer

Anatole Cramer

GI WACAF Chair
Oil Spill Preparedness and Response Specialist for TotalEnergies
Richard Santner

Richard Santner

GI WACAF Vice-Chair
Crisis Capability Senior Manager for BP
Michael Hunt

Michael Hunt

GI WACAF Vice-Chair
Emergency Management Regional Advisor for Chevron

International Maritime Organization

Patricia Charlebois

Patricia Charlebois

Senior Deputy Director
Marine Environment Division

To be designated

Technical Officer
Marine Environment Division

Implementation Level

Anaïs Guillou

Anaïs Guillou

GI WACAF Project Manager
IPIECA, The global oil and gas industry association for advancing environmental and social performance

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Anaïs Guillou is the GI WACAF Project Manager since May 2022. She is responsible for the definition and implementation of the GI WACAF action plan, and ensures the Project reaches its strategic objectives. 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.

Rim Al Amir

Rim Al Amir

GI WACAF Project Coordinator
International Maritime Organization, Marine Environment Division

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Rim Al Amir is the Project Coordinator for the GI-WACAF since October 2022. She is involved in the implementation of the project's action plan and facilitates exchanges between the different actors involved in the Project and supports the preparation and participation in the activities of the biennial action plan. After graduating in Political Science, she specialized in Development and International Cooperation, more specifically in risk management and crisis management (humanitarian, climate). As a research assistant at the Institute of International and Strategic Relations (IRIS), she worked on cooperation for Maritime Security in the Mozambique Channel, as well as on various topics related to climate management of defense institutions.