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  Adrian Richard Pocock - Chief Executive
Adrian spent many years practising as a Chartered Surveyor (previously a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors), working for some of the largest property companies and partnerships in the UK at director level. He holds an MBA from Strathclyde Business School and studied Master's level Contract and Construction Law at the Glasgow School of Law. He has extensive property asset management experience, having led and been a member of a diverse range of project support teams, ranging from small companies to companies with property portfolios valued in excess of £3 billion. He has worked with some of the largest organisations in the UK, including the NHS, the Bank of England and British Land. He ran his own commercial property development company for 10 years.
  Graham Lyon – Non-Executive Chairman
Graham is a senior energy, oil and gas executive with over 30 years’ experience encompassing global technical, operational and commercial leadership roles.

He is currently a Director of Soncer Limited, a private Oil and Gas leadership consulting firm, undertaking board and executive positions for private and listed companies. He has actively led and advised on major M&A transactions and the financing and restructuring of companies and projects throughout the world.

Graham is Executive Chairman at Comet Energy, a private Canadian oil and gas company and is Non-Executive Chairman of Pearland Energy, a Nigerian oil and gas company. Graham also Chairs the Technical Advisory Committee and is a Board Advisor to Sirius Petroleum plc (AIM: SRSP) where he has helped structure the vendor financing consortia that Sirius has put together to develop its Nigerian oil production assets.

Graham has recently held a number of board level positions at private and listed companies including; Non-Executive Director at Tarbagatay Munay LLP, a private Kazakhstani oil and gas company where he also chaired the Corporate Governance committee, Hawkley Oil & Gas Limited (ASX: HOG), Range Resources Limited (AIM: RRL, ASX: RRS) where he chaired the Reserves committee and was a member of Remuneration, Nomination and Corporate Governance committees, and MENA Hydrocarbons (TSX: MNH) as CEO. Before establishing Soncer, Graham was Vice President of Petro-Canada (TSX: PCA), where he led business development for its international business unit, which was formerly the international company Veba Oil and Gas GmbH. In his earlier technical career he worked for Shell and Chevron.

  Karen Campbell - Non-Executive Director
Karen Campbell is a highly experienced, well connected senior property and infrastructure development executive, with extensive leadership experience in major complex London, national and international infrastructure, rail, mixed commercial and residential development programmes. Since 2015, she worked as Senior Development Manager and subsequently Head of Oversite Development for Crossrail Limited to develop its extensive property portfolio including prime office, retail and residential space. Karen has recently been appointed as Head of Commercial Development for Euston & Old Oak Common at High Speed Two (HS2) Limited, the company responsible for developing and promoting the UK’s new high-speed rail network. Karen is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and began her career with Colliers CRE Chartered Surveyors, going on to hold senior level positions with organisations such as Montagu Evans LLP, BT Group plc and Manchester Airport Group.
  Matthew Beardmore – Non-Executive Director
Matthew is a practising solicitor and quantity surveyor who has been primarily focused on the delivery of major built environment and infrastructure projects from conception to completion. During the last 20 years Matthew has had responsibility for the contractual, operational and commercial performance of a portfolio of projects worth in aggregate over £3bn. This has ranged from power plants to football stadia as well as major urban regeneration schemes. Within the last five years Matthew has obtained significant experience and knowledge through working in a role as Head of Capital Projects for a UK regional government authority. He therefore, has significant experience with the EU funding framework. The Board believes that these skills are going to be very beneficial to InfraStrata and will ensure the Company maximises its potential in this area.