, Lead Economist, KBR
Dr Valentina Dedi is an energy economist with consulting experience in international oil and gas markets and a recent focus on energy transition. She has worked for projects spanning different stakeholders in the global energy industry, including IOCs, NOCs, international organisations, governments, development banks, refineries, and storage operators, among others.
She currently works for KBR serving within the international consulting business as a Lead Economist.
Valentina has also been involved with academic institutions, teaching at the University of Surrey, UK, Bayes Business School, London City University, UK and University of Ioannina, Greece.
She is the Deputy Director of “Access for Women in Energy”, a non-for-profit organisation, which supports the development of women in the energy industry globally. She is also the General Secretary of the Greek Energy Forum. Valentina further acts as the Sustainability and Policy Advisor of the non-governmental organisation “Ecogenia” which supports sustainable development through civic engagement for young people in Greece.
Prior to KBR, she worked as an Economist at Crystol Energy, an advisory, research and training firm, as well as within the economics team of KBC Process Technology.