Nick Butler
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Nick Butler

Nick Butler is a Visiting Professor at King's College London and the founding Chairman of the Kings Policy Institute. He chairs Promus Associates and Ridgeway Information Ltd. He is a Senior Adviser to Coller Capital and Linton Capital and a strategic adviser to Equinor (formerly Statoil). From 2007 to 2009 he was Chairman of the Cambridge Centre for Energy Studies. He was a special adviser to the former British prime minister Gordon Brown from 2009-2010.[1] He served as a non executive Director of Cambridge Econometrics from 2010 to 2018. He was appointed in 2018 to the expert panel of advisers for The Faraday Institution, which works on the development of batteries and energy storage. He writes regularly in the Financial Times on Energy and Power.[2]

Butler was educated at Blackpool Grammar School, and graduated in economics from Trinity College, Cambridge. He joined British oil firm BP in 1977, ultimately becoming Group Vice-President for Strategy and Policy Development from 2002 to 2006.[2]

He was Vice President of the Fabian Society, and was its treasurer from 1982 to 2012. He is a former chairman of the Young Fabians. He was Chairman of the Centre for European Reform, which he co-founded with David Miliband from 1994 to 2009, a member of the President's International Advisory Board at Yale University from 2007 to 2014, and a founder member of British American successor generation project. He was a parliamentary candidate for the Labour Party, standing for Lincoln in the 1992 and 1987 general elections.

He is a member of the advisory board of OMFIF - the organisation of Financial Institutions and Sovereign Wealth Funds and a non executive board member of Anglo African Oil and Gas. He served as non executive Chairman of the energy technology business Agni Inc from 2008 until February 2009.[3]

He is a Vice-President of the Hay-on-Wye literary festival and a member and Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Athenaeum.

He is married to Rosaleen Hughes, and has one daughter, Julia. They live in Clapham, South London.

Publications

  • European Universities - Renaissance or Decay (with Richard Lambert, 2006)
  • The International Grain Trade (1985)
  • The IMF - Time for Reform (1982)

References

  1. ^ Special Advisors to UK Cabinet members
  2. ^ a b "Nick Butler - Energy Commentator". Financial Times. Retrieved 2019.
  3. ^ http://www.in.com/nick-butler/profile-207807.html

External links

Party political offices
Preceded by
Austin Mitchell
Chair of the Fabian Society
1987 – 1988
Succeeded by
Bryan Gould
Preceded by
Brian Abel-Smith
Treasurer of the Fabian Society
1982–2012
Succeeded by
David Chaplin



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