Our Board

Bioenergy Australia (Forum) Limited has a four person Board of Directors, elected by the members.


Henry Anning

Henry Anning leads ResourceCo’s Energy Systems business which will use solid waste fuel to provide lower cost, renewable heat and electricity to the Australian manufacturing sector.  ResourceCo is Australia’s leading producer of waste derived fuel.  Henry was formerly the head of the Clean Energy Finance Corporation waste and bioenergy team for 6 years and in this role invested over $400m in clean energy waste sector projects worth over $1b. Prior to this he was an Associate Director at Low Carbon Australia where he focussed on bioenergy sector finance and industry engagement. Henry holds degrees in Business and Science, and post-graduate qualifications in Law and an MBA.  He is a Graduate of the AICD.


James Harman

James was appointed CEO of EDL in October 2016. He has led EDL’s rapid global expansion, including investing in biomethane to transportation fuel projects and biomethane to electricity projects in North America and delivering innovative large-scale hybrid renewable microgrid projects in remote areas of Australia, enabling the effective transition from fossil fuels. He is keenly focused on safety, growth and diversification into new markets as EDL strives to be the leading global producer of sustainable distributed energy. 
James is a Director of the Board of the Australian Energy Council, and he also sits on the Board of Bioenergy Australia. A highly experienced global executive, he has held senior executive positions with top tier natural resource companies in Europe and Australia for close to 20 years before joining EDL. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce and a Master’s degree in Laws.


Krissy Raman

AGIG is one of Australia’s largest gas infrastructure businesses with assets across Australia and across the value chain. At AGIG, Krissy is responsible for leading business strategy, Environmental, Social and Governance reporting and implementing the long-term vision for gas, which is to have at least 10% green gas in distribution networks by 2030 and 100% by 2050. 
Krissy has played a key role in the development of several green gas projects and has been a long-term member Bioenergy Australia. Her work also focusses on strategic communications (internal and external) and Government and community engagement. With a background in Chemical Engineering and Finance, previous experience includes gas and electricity forecasting at the Australian Energy Market Operator, energy policy and economic regulation.


Rupert Maloney

Rupert Maloney is Executive Director - Alternative Fuels at the Clean Energy Finance Corporation. Rupert leads the CEFC work in investing in the commercialisation of alternative fuels, including bioenergy, hydrogen, waste and recycling, as part of the transition to net zero emissions. Rupert represents the CEFC on the Australian Jet Zero Council.
Rupert has almost 20 years’ experience across investment, finance, corporate development and legal roles. Before joining the CEFC he was General Manager in Strategy and Corporate Development at Ampol and prior to that he had senior roles at the U.S. based Keurig Dr Pepper, as well as Macquarie Group. 
Rupert has a Bachelor of Business (Banking & Finance) and Bachelor of Laws (Hons) from Queensland University of Technology and is admitted as a solicitor to the Supreme Court of New South Wales.


Flyn van Ewijk

Flyn van Ewijk is Director, Project Development - Asia Pacific for LanzaJet where is responsible for the planning, development and execution of the company’s strategic objectives and sustainable aviation fuel projects across Asia Pacific.  Flyn has close to two decades of experience in the aviation and sustainable aviation fuel sectors, and prior to joining LanzaJet, Flyn was Director, Project Development for Fulcrum BioEnergy where he led the development of a municipal waste to sustainable aviation fuel project near Chicago, Illinois. Flyn has also managed and led sustainability programs at Qantas and Virgin Australia, including sustainable aviation fuel, energy strategy and environmental management functions.