Speaker Name
Yasmine McColl
Job Title
Global Business Development Leader

Yasmine McColl is the Schneider Electric Global Business Development Leader for the Chemicals segment.

Yasmine has 22 years of experience in the Energy and Chemical industries. Before joining Schneider Electric, she has held various technical and commercial positions with several leading EPC and technology companies.

Yasmine plays an active role in the Chemicals market; she is an executive board member of AICHE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers) South Texas Section. She has served in the board of directors for the Women’s Energy Network (WEN) Houston, ECC (Engineering and Construction Contracting) future leader program, and as a Vice President of SWE (Society of Women Engineers) college chapter.

Furthermore, she is very passionate and motivated to empower women and girls at younger ages to become a part of the Energy / Chemical industries and help the industries reach their sustainability goals.

Yasmine holds an MBA and BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston. She is also a certified (RYT 200) yoga teacher.

Yasmine was born and raised in Iran after 1979 revolution. She migrated to the United States after Iran and Iraq war.  Upon arriving to the United States, Yasmine had to adapt quicky and find ways to thrive in a new country and pursue her dreams as an independent young woman.

Yasmine is a happy mother of 6 years-old daughter, and she is based out of Houston, TX – USA

Ammonia is a becoming the Energy of Future. Ammonia is a key player to create green/blue energy and a promising way to decarbonize the energy sector. With ammonia demand on the rise Schneider Electric is leading the sustainability journey with Energy-automation-software triad, a new paradigm of energy efficiency, process electrification, innovations in automation and adoption of digital technology. Sustainability goals can be significantly boosted by implementing technology solutions in brownfield or greenfield ammonia projects. Integrating the simulation of power and process systems during the engineering phase of the project lifecycle leads to designs with optimized energy efficiencies and lower overall C02 emission. EcoStruxure™ Power & Process which deploys a unified, single team execution approach – can help deliver a 20% reduction in CapEx associated with electrical, instrumentation, and controls scope. CapEx/OpEx can be optimized by electrifying the heaters and rotating equipment to minimize energy consumption and lowering CO2 emissions. Digital tools can be implemented to monitor sustainable performance KPIs with dedicated dashboards to maximize efficiencies. A digital twin brings insight into the various factors impacting operation and it serves as a simulation environment to optimize decisions across engineering, operations, and maintenance.