Lucy has worked for bp since 1998 in Australia, the US, UK, Europe and Singapore. She spent 13 years in refining and manufacturing, including as the plant manager for the bp Wilmington Calciner in Los Angeles before moving to London to be the executive assistant to the bp CEO of Downstream. She then joined bp’s trading organization working on terminal strategy and M&A projects in Europe before moving to Singapore as a trading manager for Asia, the Middle East and Southern Africa.
Lucy returned to Australia to become the Vice president of midstream Asia Pacific covering supply, wholesale marketing and terminals for downstream businesses in the region before becoming the CFO and Head of Strategy for Asia Pacific Fuels.
In January 2021 Lucy was appointed to the position of Vice President of regions, cities and solutions, Asia Pacific – a new division of bp focused on providing integrated and decarbonized energy solutions to corporations, cities, regions and bp’s own businesses in support of bp’s Net Zero commitments. Lucy has recently been appointed the Vice President of hydrogen in Australia and Asia Pacific, focused on developing bp’s expanding portfolio of green hydrogen projects including H2Kwinana, GERI and AREH.
Lucy is a director of BP Australia and Channel Infrastructure. She has a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the University of Adelaide and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from the Australian Securities Institute.
Lucy was voted on to the board of the Australian Hydrogen Council in 2022.