Vice-President for Climate & Energy, Total
Valérie Quiniou is a French engineer and naval architect graduated from the École Polytechnique and French School of Advanced Techniques (ENSTA).
She started working as a Naval Architect in Research and Development with Bouygues OffshoreRefers to sea-based oil exploration and production operations, as in "offshore license" or "offshore drilling". (now Saipem) in 1996, then moved on to Noble Denton in London (2000-2001) before joining Total in Paris in 2002 as a Metocean Advisor. From 2010 to end of 2015, she was Head of the Survey Technologies Department for geophysics, geotechnics, metocean, ice engineering and geomatics applied to development and operations. She was co-chairing the metocean Committee of the IOGP during the past two years.
In January 2016, she joined the Corporate Sustainable DevelopmentThis term was first defined in the Brundtland Report, published in 1987, as “development that meets the needs of the present without... and Environment Division, as Vice-President for Climate & Energy.