Joel H. Moser is CEO of First Ammonia, a leading producer of green ammonia which is critical to achieving a carbon emissions free future as a carbon-free transportation fuel, a solution to the intermittency challenge of renewable power, and as a pathway to the decarbonization of agriculture. First Ammonia is also developing next generation green ammonia mobility applications. Mr. Moser is also an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) and a founding and executive committee member of the advisory board of Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy.

Mr. Moser is an infrastructure expert for the Global Future Council of the World Economic Forum, where he serves as an expert committee member for the World Bank Group’s Benchmarking Infrastructure 2020 study. He served on CFR’s study group on transatlantic relations and as a member of the Brookings Institution governance studies’ working group on inbound U.S. foreign direct investment by sovereign wealth funds.

Mr. Moser led Aquamarine Investment Partners, an investor and developer focused on the energy transition and decarbonization. Previously, he was recognized as a leading individual lawyer in projects by Chambers and served as a senior partner and practice leader in international energy and infrastructure. He was appointed as pro bono infrastructure counsel to the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation, charged with rebuilding at the Ground Zero site following 9/11. He served as lead counsel to the NY Mets in the development and award-winning financing of the new stadium.