In the third episode of the A Systems Change Deep Dive podcast, we explore carbon capture and storage with Kim Bye Bruun, Communications & Government Relations Director for Northern Lights.
Kim Bye Bruun is seconded to Northern Lights from Shell. He joined Shell as a Graduate External Affairs Advisor in 2006 and has since then held various communications roles for Shell’s Upstream and Downstream businesses in Norway and South Africa, worked as Business Advisor for Shell’s VP Norway and Project Manager for the Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria, looking after a portfolio of environmental improvement projects. Prior to joining Northern Lights he was part of Shell’s Group Carbon team with responsibility for CCUS policy and advocacy. Before joining Shell, Kim worked as Field Coordinator and Logistician for the humanitarian organization Médecins Sans Frontières in Angola, DR Congo, Ethiopia and Afghanistan. He holds a master’s degree in Sociology from the University of Tromsø, Norway, and an MBA from London Business School.
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