Board of Directors

Scott Younger, OBE

Independent Director

Dr. Scott Younger OBE is an infrastructure development and sustainable development expert, based in Jakarta, Indonesia. As an infrastructure development consultant, adviser and academic with 35 years’ experience in South and South East Asia, Dr. Younger’s expertise covers highways, water and port and mining. Since 1978, he has been involved in infrastructure projects across ten countries in Asia, many in conjunction with the world’s leading lending agencies. He has served on a number of international and regional bodies associated with infrastructure delivery and is a regular contributor to conferences as well as academic and non-academic publication including Forbes Asia and Globe Asia magazine. Dr. Younger takes an active interest in regional economic and political development, triggered by participation in UK politics in the early 1970s. He was Chairman of Strategic Intelligence from 1998-2001, and for the past decade he has been co-Chair of the Indonesian branch of D Group, an influential London-based business networking company. Since 1995 he has been actively involved with the British and, from 2005, European Chambers of Commerce in Indonesia. He is currently senior Vice Chairman of the International Business Chamber, which he joined in 2003. All these organs connect into government. In 1997, he served as secretary of the ASEAN-EU Business Dialogue for that year. Dr. Younger is also a passionate advocate of Sustainable Development. Since 1999 he has been Commissioner/Adviser of the East Bali Poverty Project, a successful Bali-based sustainable development project which has transformed the lives of 17,000 people from abject poverty to a thriving community. Dr. Younger serves as Independent Commissioner of PT Nusantara Infrastructure Tbk, a publicly listed company invested in Indonesian toll roads and port, and as President Commissioner of Glendale Partners, a consultancy specializing in project development and advisory services. Qualifications and offices of Dr. Younger include a PhD from the University of Hong Kong, a MS from UC Berkeley, California, a BSc (Hons) from Glasgow University, Scotland. Also, he is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers, a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London and an Honorary Research Fellow from Glasgow University. Dr. Younger was appointed a member of the Order of the British Empire in 2003.

Robin Eves

President & Chief Executive Officer

Robin brings to Clean Coal Technologies over thirty successful years of global experience in all aspects of the energy markets. He has held senior management positions in London, Geneva and the US. Robin has conducted business in the US, Europe, Russia, the Middle East, Africa, South America and, more recently, in India and Asia. He has extensive experience in India (his birth country) and has strong industry and political contacts throughout the world. During his career, Robin has specialized in joining small teams of professionals and has successfully built them into global companies or divisions within larger organizations. He has very strong banking contacts in the US and Europe and brings the confidence of the investment community to Clean Coal Technologies and the interest from several large funds. He is an expert at extracting value throughout the energy value chain and has an extensive knowledge of global business cultures and ethics. Robin has held senior positions in companies such as Cargill and UBS where he was a Managing Director.

Aiden Neary

Chief Financial Officer

Aiden brings to CCTI over 15 years of professional experience through his work with several prominent global investment banks. His professional career started in London where he held senior financial positions at ING and Schroeders bank before moving to UBS in 2000. His career has taken him from London to Hong Kong, Tokyo and New York. Aiden is a former Managing Director of UBS where he held several key roles, including serving as COO of their Global Commodity business and Chief of Staff and member of the Global Equity Management team. Aiden led the Equity business efforts on restructuring and streamlining its balance sheet during the recent financial crisis. He also played a leading part in strategic acquisitions and investments for the business. Aiden brings an ability to adapt quickly to changing environmental landscapes, while maintaining a strong corporate governance and control structure, and engaging and motivating the teams he is responsible for overseeing. Aiden has a degree in Accounting and Law from Kingston University in London, and is a Chartered Management Accountant.

Thomas S. Shreve

Director

Mr. Shreve moved from California to Indonesia in 1991 to serve as country representative for New York-based law firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy, and over the succeeding 24 years has been a leading transaction execution specialist and business executive in Indonesia.

Mr Shreve has managed some of the more significant transactions recently undertaken by Indonesian companies, including the permanent acquisition financing and subsequent sale of Berau Coal Energy, and the acquisition of Inter Milan Football Club by a group of Indonesian businessmen. He served as an officer of Berau Coal Energy and as a non-executive director of Inter Milan Football Club.

As a lawyer in Jakarta affiliated with Milbank in the early 1990s, Mr. Shreve advised the issuers in the first New York Stock Exchange listing by a private sector Indonesian company, as well as the first U.S. public bond issue by a private sector Indonesian company. As an investment banker, he advised the Indonesian Government in the sale of distressed assets in the aftermath of the Asian Financial Crisis of 1997-98. He served as Chief Executive Officer of Recapital Investment Group from 2009-14 and of Acuatico Pte. Ltd., a water infrastructure company, in 2014-15.

A member of the California Bar, Mr. Shreve earned his J.D. degree at Northwestern University School of Law in Chicago.

Robert Liscouski

Director

Mr Liscouski was appointed by President George W Bush as the first Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection when the US Department of Homeland Security was founded in 2003. His was responsible for the design, development, implementation and oversight of the Office of Infrastructure, including The National Cyber Security Division, implementation of the National Infrastructure Protection Plan and the development of the DHS Risk Management Framework.

Mr Liscouski served as President and Director of Implant Sciences Corporation and was Director of Information Assurance at the Coca-Cola Company. He also served as Vice-President of the Law Enforcement Division of Orion Scientific Systems. Earlier in his career he served as a Diplomatic Security Service Special Agent with the US Department of State. More recently he was appointed CEO of Quantum Computing Inc. in February 2018.  Quantum Computing Inc. is the first pure public company in the quantum computing market and is uniquely focused on developing processes to commercialize quantum computing and application services.

Mr Liscouski is currently a visiting fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies a Washington DC think tank and served as a board member of the Intelligence Science Board supporting the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the Director of National Intelligence. Mr Liscouski is a frequent contributor to CNBC, CNN and Fox News.

Mr Liscouski received his BS degree from John Jay College of Criminal Justice and his Master of Public Administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University