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Judd Swift

Chief Executive Officer

Synfuels Americas Corporation

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Synfuels Americas Corporation

Company Description

Synfuels Americas is an energy conversion technology provider of coal-to-liquids (CTL) and gas-to-liquids (GTL) processes. We have an international business platform focused on researching, developing and implementing innovative technologies. Our main missio...more

Background Information

Employment History

Owner

Swift Global Results LLC


Deputy Director for Special Initiatives

White House


Affiliations

International Affairs

Deputy Secretary


U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs In Office


Fossil Energy

Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs In the Office


American Sands Energy Corp

Board Member


U.S. Department of Energy

Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs for the Office of Fossil Energy


Web References(70 Total References)


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Justin (Judd) Swift, President and CEO
Justin (Judd) Swift serves as the President and CEO of Synfuels Americas. Mr. Swift was the Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs with the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Fossil Energy from 2001-2009. He helped move new energy technologies from the U.S. Department of Energy's programs into the developing world, while preserving intellectual property rights of domestic corporations. He contributed to capacity building and financing for developing countries within the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF), successfully shifting international attitudes toward clean coal technology and being a builder of bridges between the industry, environmentalists and government in areas related to fossil energy. He was honored to serve U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush as the White House Deputy Director of Advance and Strategic Initiatives. In this role, Mr. Swift played an integral part in preparing for domestic and international Presidential events and in executing the President's message though the selection and management of the venue, coordinating with federal, state and local agencies, the media and frequent interaction with the full range of the other White House offices and the Secret Service. Mr. Swift was the founder and Principal of Swift Global Results (SGR), an energy consultancy specializing in clean energy technology. SGR focuses on carbon capture and storage (CCS), specifically how to work with the numerous industries producing massive quantities of CO2 and requiring CCS (i.e., coal, cement, aluminum, steel, natural gas, refining, and agriculture). This included a focus on CO2 emission-reduction tactics for all types of industries. Mr. Swift has global experience in CCS-particularly in the area of building carbon sequestration capacity-and the utilization of CO2 for enhanced oil recovery and development of bio-fuels. He was also a champion to mitigate CO2 emissions through development of higher thermal efficiency technologies, such as supercritical and ultra-supercritical power plant development.


www.synfuelsamericas.com

Justin (Judd) Swift, President and CEO
Justin (Judd) Swift serves as the President and CEO of Synfuels Americas. Mr. Swift was the Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs with the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Fossil Energy from 2004-2009. He helped move new energy technologies from the U.S. Department of Energy's programs into the developing world, while preserving intellectual property rights of domestic corporations. He contributed to capacity building and financing for developing countries within the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF), successfully shifting international attitudes toward clean coal technology and being a builder of bridges between the industry, environmentalists and government in areas related to fossil energy. He was honored to serve U.S. President George Herbert Walker Bush as the White House Deputy Director of Advance and Strategic Initiatives. In this role, Mr. Swift played an integral part in preparing for domestic and international Presidential events and in executing the President's message though the selection and management of the venue, coordinating with federal, state and local agencies, the media and frequent interaction with the full range of the other White House offices and the Secret Service. Mr. Swift was the founder and Principal of Swift Global Results (SGR), an energy consultancy specializing in clean energy technology. SGR focuses on carbon capture and storage (CCS), specifically how to work with the numerous industries producing massive quantities of CO2 and requiring CCS (i.e., coal, cement, aluminum, steel, natural gas, refining, and agriculture). This included a focus on CO2 emission-reduction tactics for all types of industries. Mr. Swift has global experience in CCS-particularly in the area of building carbon sequestration capacity-and the utilization of CO2 for enhanced oil recovery and development of bio-fuels. He was also a champion to mitigate CO2 emissions through development of higher thermal efficiency technologies, such as supercritical and ultra-supercritical power plant development.


Synfuels Americas

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CEO - Justin R. Swift
Justin (Judd) Swift is the CEO of Synfuels Americas Corporation and the Founder and Principal of Swift Global Results (SGR), an energy consultancy specializing in clean energy technology. Synfuels Americas Corporation is a technology platform to promote international research and business development within North and South America-it is an energy company focused on coal-to-liquids (CTL), gas-to-liquids (GTL) and other relevant feed stock conversion processes for energy producers. SGR focuses on carbon capture and storage (CCS), specifically how to work with the numerous industries (coal, cement, aluminum, steel, natural gas, oil refining, and agriculture) producing massive quantities of CO2 and requiring CCS. A seasoned communicator, leader and organizer with more than 20 years management experience in private companies and government, Mr. Swift worked under three U.S. Presidents and most recently served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs with the U.S. Department of Energy. Appointed by the President to educate the public, business and governments about clean coal, carbon capture and storage, Mr. Swift logged more than 400,000 miles and visited five continents, delivering speeches and briefings; participating in negotiations and townhall-style forums; working with foreign governments, the private sector, academia, multilateral development banks, NGOs, other international organizations, as well as the media. He helped move new energy technologies from the U.S. Department of Energy's programs into the developing world, while preserving intellectual property rights of domestic corporations. He has also contributed to capacity building and financing for developing countries within the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF), a coalition of 21 nations and the European Union.


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Mr. Judd Swift attended a Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) discussion in Washington, DC with His Excellency Ali Ibrahim Al-Naimi, former Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Mr. Judd Swift, CEO of Synfuels Americas, was invited to present at a workshop on T .. read more


The Advantage | Swift Global Results

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Before founding Swift Global Results, Justin "Judd" Swift spent eight years working within the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) between 2001 - 2009.
His last position was Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs in the Office of Fossil Energy. In 2005, President George W. Bush appointed Swift to the position where he stayed till he left the Department of Energy in early 2009. Prior to assuming the deputy assistant secretary position, Swift was DOE Director of Scheduling of Strategic Initiatives, a post at the senior executive service level. During his tenure as director, Swift, among other things, brought together representatives of five major U.S. trade unions and DOE's legislative officers to work on initiatives related to job development in the energy sector. As deputy assistant secretary, Swift traveled to five continents to help educate the public and private sectors about U.S. clean coal, CO2 sequestration and related RD&D programs. He also helped to move new energy technologies developed through DOE programs into the developing world, while preserving the intellectual property rights of domestic corporations. At the same time, Swift was the U.S. delegate to the Carbon Sequestration Leadership Forum (CSLF), a coalition of 25 nations and the European Union formed in 2003 to provide a framework for international RD&D cooperation on technologies to capture, separate, transport and safely store CO2. As the 2006-08 chair of CSLF's Task Force on Capacity Building in Emerging Economies, Swift worked domestically and internationally across all sectors on behalf of DOE and its RD&D programs involving coal-based power generation and carbon capture and storage. Swift also led development of the task force's strategic plan, which took into account each developing country's technological and capacity-building needs and issues; technological status; global carbon capture and storage activities and organizations; financial, regulatory, policy and risk factors; public perception; and communication needs. While serving as a DOE deputy assistant secretary and CSLF delegate, Swift worked closely with representatives of foreign governments, the private sector, academia, multilateral development banks, the media and high-level representatives of numerous organizations, including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, Natural Resources Defense Council, Pew Climate Change Center, World Resources Institute, Earth Institute at Columbia University, Clinton Climate Initiative and Rotterdam Climate Institute.


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