Stacey Dillon-Nicholls is the US Head of Infrastructure for the G&LCE Business Development team based in Houston, TX. Stacey is accountable for the hydrogen and carbon capture storage infrastructure opportunities and strategy for the US portfolio. This includes hydrogen and carbon storage, ports, Pipelines, Land access and development and water access, where she will be working with project teams and many other entities and groups across bp in the process. She is a member of the US Hydrogen Leadership Team.
Stacey has a B.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Tobago. After working on the construction site of one of the largest LNG projects in the Western Hemisphere at that time, Stacey secured a Fulbright scholarship which allowed her to pursue a M.Sc. in Structural Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology. She has over 25 years upstream experience with 12 of those years with bp, including 3 yrs in the new energy space. Stacey has held various positions across the business in both onshore and offshore, such as Senior Development Engineer, Trinidad Region Risk Director in S&OR and most recently as the Project Manager for the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal upgrade for the bp/Equinor JV Empire and Beacon Offshore Wind Projects in New York. Outside of BP, Stacey has worked in Construction, Structural Engineering, Strategic and business management, and Project and Risk management