Meet our executive committee.
Since graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2006, Mike has enjoyed several roles within operational and managerial functions. Over the years, he has developed a strong passion surrounding the role that business can play in improving the local area.
Starting out at Balfour Beatty, an FTSE 250 UK Construction company, Mike covered various roles within mobilisation, transition and operations, progressing for several years before moving on in 2013 to join multinational energy company, ENGIE.
Responsible for leading the operational service transformation, he was quickly appointed as Partnership Director in 2014 for ENGIE’s ten-year services, energy and property partnership with Kingston Upon Thames Council.
As a result of his success within ENGIE, Mike was appointed as Managing Director of Quest Services in 2016, a joint venture between ENGIE UK and Cheshire West and Cheshire Council. He remains a Non-Executive Director there, delivering a range of services across the borough.
In 2019, Mike was appointed to his current position as Managing Director at Storengy UK, part of the ENGIE group. Here, he uses his position and influence to foster a community culture, improving educational links to industry and creating a more inclusive economy. Storengy UK has embarked on a journey to become carbon neutral by 2025, and is focused on supporting the UK's energy transition through growth in green gases, such as Hydrogen and biogas.
Not only that, as giving back is something of huge importance, he is also a member of several boards and initiatives outside of work. Previously a leader for the 2019 West Cheshire Poverty Truth Commission, Mike is currently a board member of the Mid-Cheshire Development Board, a deputy chair of a local primary school board of governors, a LEP enterprise advisor for a local high school and sits on the BiTC North-West Advisory board.
In the little spare time he allows himself, you will often find Mike spending quality time with his children, and squeezing his hobby of woodworking in, whenever possible.
Head of Finance and Company Secretary
Teresa joined Storengy UK in November 2019 with over 18 years of international experience in finance and management. She has a Master of Commerce (Accounting) degree from Sydney University, and she is a member of CPA (Certified Practising Accountant) Australia.
Previously, Teresa worked for General Electric (GE) for 13 years. Her most recent role was at Sirius Well Manufacturing Services, a JV between Royal Dutch Shell and China National Petroleum Corporation.
Here at Storengy UK, she is responsible for financial reporting / analysis, internal controls / risk management, as well as being the Company Secretary. Teresa enjoys spending time with family and travelling.
Head of Commercial
Robin has been with Storengy UK since 2009, after moving over from parent company Engie in 2006. With a degree in Electronic Engineering from the University of Sheffield, Robin originally worked in IT in the Technology and Education sectors where he travelled globally to deliver projects and troubleshoot problems.
With a wealth of experience, Robin now oversees marketing of the Stublach Gas Storage facility’s capacities, and commercialising the areas of Storengy’s low carbon gas business according to Storengy's growth strategy.
He is responsible for managing the regulatory and commercial risks to the business, working closely with our operational teams, and providing a connection to the business for our stakeholders, both customers and in the wider industry.
Outside of work, Robin enjoys cooking and spending time outdoors as much as possible - preferably walking and exploring new places, or gardening.
Alan joined the team at Storengy in 2008 to manage the delivery of the Stublach Gas Storage Project. He was tasked with taking the Stublach site from a green field to the largest underground gas storage facility in the UK.
A Chartered Engineer with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Liverpool, he has formerly worked for National Nuclear Corporation, Chloride, ICI and Ineos, acquiring a wide range of engineering and project experience over 34 years.
Alan is now focussing on Business Development projects at Storengy UK, ensuring we proactively support the UK’s energy transition, specialising in hydrogen.
Outside of work, Alan has two grown-up daughters who he likes to spend as much time as possible with - when he isn’t engrossed in home DIY.
Head of Operations
Stewart is a Chartered Chemical Engineer who has over 23 years’ experience working in Industrial Gases manufacturing, Pharmaceuticals, Nuclear Power Generation, and for the past 13 years in Salt Cavity High Pressure Gas Storage.
Since graduating from the University of Birmingham, Stewart has worked in various operational and process related roles for the likes of BOC Gases, Eli Lilly and EDF Energy. Stewart joined Storengy UK in May 2018, managing the Operations, Maintenance and Engineering Teams at the Stublach site.
As Head of Operations, Stewart’s main responsibilities include managing the day to day site operational activities to ensure the site operates safely and efficiently, whilst optimising plant availability and reliability for maximising commercial benefits. Stewart is also responsible for all the COMAH regulatory and more general statutory compliance aspects of the Stublach site.
As a keen rugby union fan, Stewart has switched from playing to watching since hanging up his boots – attending England International games on a regular basis whilst also continuing to support his local rugby team in Warrington.
Head of Business Services
Graham joined Storengy UK in 2016 as an experienced Supply Chain professional with over 30 years’ experience working within the Oil and Gas industry.
A Master of Business Administration and a member of the Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply, Graham is an adept negotiator with strong commercial acumen.
With a proven record of delivering results in challenging environments, Graham has undertaken senior roles on several multi-billion-dollar capital and service type projects, implementing Purchasing and Supply Chain strategies.
In his current and diverse role as Head of Business Services at Storengy UK, Graham oversees the management of HR, Health and Safety, IT and office management, as well as his duties as Ethics Officer.
He is able to provide governance and oversight throughout all project phases from concept to close, as a highly motivated and results-driven team leader.
Graham is a keen reader in his spare time, recently enjoying the works of popular humourist P.G. Wodehouse - when he’s not busy playing the electric or acoustic guitar.