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Peter Findlay

Peter Findlay

Principal Analyst, CCUS, Wood Mackenzie

Based in Calgary, Peter Findlay leads the economics function for CCUS projects globally at Wood Mackenzie and contributes CCUS growth, incentive, and cost projections to the firm’s Energy Transition Scenarios team.

Mr. Findlay has led corporate finance and strategy consulting projects in oil and gas, power & renewables, decarbonization, petrochemicals, and other sectors since 2008 with Kearney and other management consulting firms, working on transactions and projects ranging in value from $50 MM to $40 billion for the world’s largest energy companies as well as much smaller operators. He also advises on emerging technologies, primarily relating to decarbonization.

Mr. Findlay is a Research Associate at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies where he has published on Canada’s oil sands and natural gas markets, as well as presented at the OPEC technical meetings.

Mr. Findlay began his career as an aerodynamic engineer with Pratt & Whitney and has a Master’s of Science/Engineering degree in computational fluid dynamics and advanced numerical methods from McGill University, an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Alberta and a finance-focused MBA from ESSEC, Warwick, and Mannheim Business schools in Europe.