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New Directors add insight and sector expertise

Standard Gas has welcomed two new Non-Executive Directors, Irene Otero-Novas, and Lyn
Tattum and to its Board.

Executive Chair, Ed Falkman, says: “We are delighted to have two such experienced board
members. They bring exceptional sector-specific knowledge, and Irene’s and Lyn’s insights and
counsel will be invaluable to Standard Gas’ corporate development as we grow.”

Irene Otero-Novas is taking up a new appointment having recently served as Managing Director,
Europe Energy at Macquarie, and previously as Senior Vice President at Thesis Energy, and
Managing Director, Head of EMEA, Electricity, Coal, Gas and Emissions at Morgan Stanley. She
was also a Non-Executive Director with Italy’ Hydro Dolomiti Energia and Spain’s CLH. Irene
received both a Master’s degree and Ph.D in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Madrid’s
Universidad Pontificia Comillas.

Lyn Tattum, Vice President, S&P Global Commodity Insights

Lyn Tattum is Vice President, S&P Global Commodity Insights, where she heads industry-leading events in Energy and Chemicals. Prior to the merger with S&P Global, she served as IHS Markit’s
Vice President, Oil, Midstream, Downstream and Chemicals, where she managed global energy infrastructure, company analysis, and assets information products. She is Publisher of the leading and respected Chemical Week information service and chairs CEO Roundtables and other business events worldwide. Lyn has also worked at the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) in Vienna. She has a degree in Politics and Economics from the University of Manchester, a Diploma from the British Film Institute, and briefly studied at the Sorbonne, Paris.

Irente Otero-Novas,

Commenting on her appointment, Irene notes: “Standard Gas’ team really stands out with their technical expertise and modular plant design, but also with their vision to become a fundamental player in the decarbonization path the world needs to follow. Their approach not only contributes to CO2 removal and clean energy production, but also supports increased recycling of waste, which is another sector that will evolve in the future to become more sustainable.”

Lyn says, “In the face of global climate change, the world needs technologies that help to
achieve Net Zero. Standard Gas’ SG100, which has local and global application, can play an
important part in driving us towards a decarbonized Circular Economy. We need to stop
wasting waste, and the SG100 does that, turning residual wastes we can’t recycle into a
source of alternative energy. Plus, we create valuable end-products from the removed
carbon resource.”

For more information:
Peter Coombes, pc@standardgas.com
Head of Communications & Government Affairs