New Leadership Team in place at UKPIA

This week sees the appointment of Jamie Baker as the new Director of External Relations at the UK Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA) completing the leadership team changes at the association. He takes on a new role leading the newly formed External Relations team that will integrate communication, advocacy and membership activities. In a reorganisation of UKPIA, Dr. Andrew Roberts, who has been Director of Environment, Health & Safety since 2010 will now become the new Director of the Downstream Policy team, which works with member companies and across Government to anticipate, monitor and influence development of policies and regulations affecting the sector. 

Director General Stephen Marcos-Jones said “I am delighted to have Jamie on the team and complete our leadership team at UKPIA. Jamie is well known in the sector having worked in Government for a number of years and I am sure that we will benefit from having his experience and new ideas in the Association. Along with a new role for Andy as our Director of Downstream Policy I am confident that we have the Leadership Team in place to drive forwards UKPIA, continuing to represent the essential refining and downstream fuels sector”. 

Jamie Baker said: “I am very pleased to be joining the team at UKPIA as Director of External Relations. UKPIA is a respected and important voice for the UK downstream fuels sector and I am delighted to be a part of that in future. Now is a time of significance for all those involved in the energy sector with the potential for big changes to come, yet it is vital that the members of UKPIA continue to deliver secure and high-quality liquid fuels now and as we move forward.” 


Enquiries to: UKPIA Press Office, Tel. 020 7269 7605 

1. UKPIA represents eight oil refining and marketing companies that operate the six major oil refineries in the UK and source over 85% of the transport fuels used. UKPIA members also own around 1,250 of the UK's 8,476 filling stations in the UK. 
2. UKPIA members supply over 33% of the UK’s primary energy needs and support the employment of over 80,000 people across the UK.

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