Chief Executive Officer
Prior to FutureFuel, Robert worked in the construction industry for over 20 years in both the UK and internationally. He has a NEBOSH level 6 National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety and brings with him a wealth of management experience.
Robert has been instrumental from inception to completion in the build and delivery of our first processing and generating facilities at Kingsnorth. He has led the planning, build and permit application with governing bodies such as Ofgem and UK Power Networks to successfully deliver and manage our existing processing and generation facilities.
Richard is an experienced businessman who has held senior positions in the legal industry working with numerous blue-chip companies. Prior to this, he built his own wine retail company which he sold in 2002. Richard leads the procurement of our global supply of used cooking oil. To date, he has secured international contacts at suppliers in Canada, China, South Africa, India, Ukraine and Germany as well as working closely with the Department of International Trade.
Tom is an accomplished entrepreneur and investor who has forged a very successful career in the Marketing sector, working with some of the world’s largest brands including Google and Coca-Cola while building his own business, The Button Group, which he successfully sold to a NASDAQ listed company. With exceptional business acumen and knowledge of engaging with consumers and clients alike, Tom brings a depth of experience to the FutureFuel team.
Chief Investment Officer
As Managing Director of a Start-Up incubator, Liam brings to the team his extensive knowledge of what it takes to launch a successful start-up and established a business in a market. Liam's broad knowledge of all aspects of this area of the industry will be invaluable to the Board and enable them to identify potential hurdles well in advance.
Director of Environment & Sustainability
Mike has spent much of his early career within the corporate sector working on large-scale projects with a particular focus on technical and commercial viability.
Following this, he has spent several years on the front line of the pollution and clear air debate as the BioCabby, a licensed London Taxi driver working to better promote the emissions challenges in London.