Quadrise Fuels International plc (QFI), the supplier of MSAR® and bioMSAR™ emulsion technology and fuels, on Tuesday (4 January) appointed Philip Hill as Chief Operating Officer.
Hill is a Chartered Chemical Engineer with over 20 years of experience in fuels and chemicals manufacturing, sales and distribution for BP and INEOS, according to QFI.
He has significant technical and commercial experience in production operations, technology licensing, asset optimisation, project development and strategic planning.
Prior to joining INEOS, he managed and held directorships in a number of BP’s joint ventures, where he worked to develop and license gas-to-liquids technology for downstream and synthetic biofuel applications, and to supply jet fuel to the airline industry.
Hill joins QFI as a non-board Chief Operating Officer, and holds a master’s degree with honours in Chemical Engineering from the University of Manchester’s Institute of Science and Technology.
“We are delighted to have appointed Philip as COO after a rigorous recruitment process during which we met a range of highly qualified candidates,” said Jason Miles, Chief Executive Officer of Quadrise.
“Philip joins Quadrise at the start of an exciting year for the Company. He will be a key member of our leadership team as we progress our projects towards commercialisation.”
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Published: 7 January, 2022
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