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Kyle Simpson
KSE Holdings LLC

Kyle Simpson has decades of experience working in government and the energy industry on energy and environmental policy, laws, and regulations, and developing projects. Mitigating climate change, education, community engagement and increasing value are forefront in his work on clean energy system integration and project development. Kyle has managed his own companies, lead the energy and environment consulting practice in several law and policy firms, and held executive positions in large energy and construction companies. While serving at the U.S. Department of Energy as Senior Advisor to the Secretary and Associate Deputy Secretary for Energy Programs, Kyle developed and managed domestic and international energy policy. He was responsible for the energy R&D programs for natural gas, renewable energy, nuclear energy, and energy efficiency and oversaw the management of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and the power marketing administrations. He has helped to create and worked on major U.S. and international environmental and energy initiatives to increase resource and product value, minimize the environmental impact of energy production and use, integrate systems for the use of renewable and natural gas resources and technologies, and make the production, delivery, and use of energy more efficient. Kyle teaches energy policy at the Michael F. Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma and serves on the Advisory Board of the Energy Institute at the University of Texas at Austin.

With years of wok with corporations, energy, environment, politics, consulting, and federal, state, and local governments, Kyle offers insight from multiple vantage points and understands the challenges and perspectives of each sector. He works to connect public policy and business realities to further environmental, social and governance (ESG) responsibility while advancing business objectives.

Most of Kyle’s current activities are associated with the ongoing transition to decarbonized energy and chemical systems, including: development of “green” and “blue” energy and chemical production projects; capturing and bringing anthropogenic CO2 to secure geological storage sites and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) fields for use as a tertiary injectant and permanent storage; developing and implementing workable incentives for carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS); developing projects with electrolysis and production processes with carbon capture to manufacture hydrogen, ammonia and other chemicals; net-zero emission natural gas production and transportation; net-zero liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facilities; climate-friendly electric power generating systems; using distributed ledger technology for GHG emissions identification, verification, monetization and trading; and, transitioning large energy, social and economic systems to a decarbonized future.

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