John R. Lyman
John R. Lyman is the Director of the Energy and Environment Program.
He has been active in the Council's Energy and Environment program since 1988, having become involved when he was Corporate Vice-President for Planning, reporting to the office of the Chairman at Amoco Corporation.
He was named director of the program on January 1, 2005.
At the time he
was responsible for organizing and reporting on the Council's project Clean Air for Asia: China-India-Japan-United States Cooperation to Reduce Air Pollution in China and India that was initiated in 2000 and the project A Marshall Plan for Energy, Water and Agriculture in Developing Countries that is still under refinement.
was a regular participant in the annual U.S. - Japan Energy Dialogues and served on the Council's projects on Nuclear Power, Russian and Ukrainian energy policy and U.S. Energy policy.
In the past several years he
has organized and reported on dialogues held with the Chinese on U.S. -China cooperation on energy security, including two reports issued on U.S.-China Energy Security and U.S. China Cooperation on Clean and Efficient Transportation and U.S. China Cooperation on Nuclear Power.
In addition, he
initiated several dialogues with Europe on energy security and cooperation on clean air in 2006 and 2007.
Since 2009 he
has focused on increasing U.S.-European cooperation on energy security.