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Mr. Judd Swift

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Phone: (703) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: j***@***.com
Local Address: Alexandria, Virginia, United States
Swift Global Results LLC
311 Gay Street PO Box 526
Washington, Virginia 22747
United States

Company Description: | An Incomparably Positioned Consultancy
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Board of Directors
www.americansands.com, 4 Feb 2014 [cached]
Justin R. Swift
Director
Justin Swift was the founder and is currently principal of Swift Global Results, a private consulting firm in the clean energy field. From 2005 through 2009 he served as Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs in the Office of Fossil Fuel, U.S. Department of Energy. Mr. Swift was appointed to this position by the President of the United States to educate the public, business and governments about clean coal, carbon capture and sequestration as well as the Office of Oil and Natural Gas and Petroleum Technology environmental initiatives including Clean Skies and the Climate Change Initiative and recent developments in shale oil and gas. From 2001 through 2005 he served as the Director of Scheduling and Advance for the Secretary of Energy where he was responsible for coordinating all schedules and logistical requirements for meetings, events, conferences, and trips for the Secretary and his Deputy.
The Advantage | Swift Global Results
www.swiftglobalresults.com, 18 Dec 2013 [cached]
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.
Team > Clean Coal China | Life: Low Impact Fossil Energy
www.lifepowerandfuels.com, 16 Feb 2013 [cached]
Judd Swift
jrswift@swiftglobalresults.com Tel: +1 (703) 863-4286 Before founding Swift Global Results, Mr. Swift was Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs at the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Fossil Energy. In 2005, President Bush appointed Swift, who joined DOE in 2001, to this newly created position. He left DOE in early 2009 when the Obama administration came into office.
As deputy assistant secretary, Swift traveled to five continents to help educate the public and private sectors about U.S. clean coal, CO2 capture and storage and related RD&D programs. He also helped to move new energy technologies developed through DOE programs into the developing world, while also 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). This is a coalition of 21 nations and the European Union formed in mid-2003 to provide a framework for international cooperation on RD&D of technologies to capture, separate, transport and safely store CO2.
Swift chaired CSLF's Task Force on Capacity Building in Emerging Economies from January 2006-08. As chair, he 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.
He 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.
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 Initiative.
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Judd Swift
Swift Global Results | An Incomparably Positioned Consultancy
www.swiftglobalresults.com, 18 Dec 2013 [cached]
For more than two decades, Swift Global Results founder Justin Swift, a fifth generation Washingtonian, has served the White House. read more
What We Do From 2005 to early 2009, Justin Swift was the U.S. delegate to CSLF, a ministerial-level panel comprising representatives of 23 nations and the European Union. read more
The Advantage Before founding Swift Global Results, Justin "Judd" Swift was Deputy Assistant Secretary for International Affairs in the Office of Fossil Energy at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Contacts | Swift Global Results
www.swiftglobalresults.com, 18 Dec 2013 [cached]
Justin R. Swift, Principal 311 Gay Street/PO Box 526 Washington, VA 22747 Telephone:703.863.4286 FAX:703.852.7080 (fax)
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