Margaux Moore

Trafigura

Head of Energy Transition Research Group

Margaux Moore is the Head of Energy Transition Research Group at Trafigura, one of the largest physical commodities trading groups in the world. In her role, she assesses the challenges and opportunities of the energy transition, focusing on the evolution of decarbonised transport, the integration of renewables and storage in power generation and the adoption of carbon capture and utilisation. This includes studying the potential of hydrogen, with the aim to develop and accelerate the commercial adoption of the molecule across the spectrum of Trafigura’s activities in trading, logistics and retail fuelling. Margaux also leads the Group’s internal power ventures fund, investing in disruptive technologies and businesses in the energy transition. She joined Trafigura in 2015 as a graduate having starting her career as a metals operator in Latin America and Singapore. She holds a BSc in International Management from the Warwick Business School. Founded in 1993, Trafigura is one of the largest physical commodities trading groups in the world. At the heart of global supply, Trafigura connects the world with the vital resources it needs. Through our Oil & Petroleum Products, Metals and Minerals, and Power and Renewables divisions, we deploy infrastructure, skills and a global network to move commodities from where they are plentiful to where they are needed most, forming strong relationships that make supply chains more efficient, secure and sustainable. Trafigura also owns and operates a number of industrial assets including a majority share of global multi-metals producer Nyrstar and fuel storage and distribution company Puma Energy; and joint ventures Impala Terminals, a port and logistics provider, and Nala Renewables, a power and renewable energy investment and development platform. With over 1,000 shareholders, Trafigura is owned by its employees and employs over 13,000 people working in 48 countries.

Sessions With Margaux Moore

Monday, 7 March

  • 04:00pm - 04:40pm (CST) / 07/mar/2022 10:00 pm - 07/mar/2022 10:40 pm

    Through the Energy Transition Capital Stack: Venture, debt, equity, asset finance & beyond

    Panel Finance & Investment/Trading & Risk Management/ESG

    Venture capital (VC) firms got burned ten years ago trying to leverage a consumer-business model into the capital-intensive energy sector. As VC firms have grown, their appetite for making larger, transformative investments has returned. Many investments are stretching the bounds of traditional capital stack structure, with asset deployment-focused investors supporting VC-backed companies, corporate VC leveraging parent company balance sheets and networks, and infrastructure financers finding new ways to work with early-stage technology firms. How do recent investments in climate and clean tech stretch the ordinary bounds of energy investing? Will institutional investors redefine the market? With private equity increasingly comfortable with technology risk and VC increasingly comfortable with scale, how do energy companies differentiate between their counterparties and competitors?

Tuesday, 8 March

  • 12:30pm - 01:00pm (CST) / 08/mar/2022 06:30 pm - 08/mar/2022 07:00 pm

    European Hydrogen Meetup

    Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power

    Europe is leading the way on low-carbon hydrogen targets and companies across the full value chain are already positioning for this future.

Thursday, 10 March

  • 09:00am - 09:30am (CST) / 10/mar/2022 03:00 pm - 10/mar/2022 03:30 pm

    Transporting Hydrogen: How mobile is it?

    Panel Hydrogen/Clean Tech & Power Transportation & Mobility/Electrification (EVs/built environment)

    Hydrogen can move a gas, a liquid, or in a hydrogen carrier like ammonia or methanol. While the falling costs of hydrogen production have captured the world’s attention, transporting it from production site to the point of use can be most of the story. What are the “go-to-market” strategies for hydrogen?