DIRECTOR, ENERGY POLICY AND ECONOMICS
SCHOOL OF ENERGY RESOURCES, UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
Kipp Coddington is Director, Center for Energy Regulation & Policy, and Director, Energy Policy & Economics at the School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming. A chemical engineer and lawyer, Mr. Coddington has more than two decades of experience in helping energy companies address some of their most challenging energy, environmental, and climate change issues.
He is an international CCS/CCUS expert, having testified twice before committees of the U.S. Congress on the topic. He is the immediate past chair of the International Organization for Standardization’s Technical Committee tasked with developing the world’s first standards for CCS/CCUS. He co-founded the North American Carbon Capture & Storage Association, and served on various CCUS advisory panels. He is a co-principal investigator on the University of Wyoming’s DOE-funded CarbonSAFE project in Gillette, Wyoming.
He practiced law for major international firms, ultimately living in London to advise clients on Kyoto Protocol carbon credit deals. He co-founded a boutique energy and environmental law firm, leading its Washington, D.C. office.
He has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University (1986; With Highest Distinction; Outstanding Senior Engineer) and a Juris Doctor from Georgetown University (1993; Magna Cum Laude; Order of the Coif).