Joao Segorbe
Partner, MinterEllison Consulting, Sydney
I am passionate about helping my clients to navigate the energy transition and manage all broad ESG themes. I have extensive experience working in the energy and resources industry, both as an executive and a consultant.

I am an experienced C-level executive and consultant, and have worked internationally across leading ASX organisations. I was previously Executive General Manager Strategy and Corporate Development at AGL and, prior to this, a Partner at McKinsey&Co. I have over 20 years’ experience assisting clients in the Energy and Resources industry on their transition. This includes deep technical expertise, commercial activity and strong people leadership skills.

I enjoy working with clients on their energy transition across all its dimensions and dealing with this complex change. I provide my clients with deep problem solving and scoping skill, and most importantly, far-reaching people influencing skills – from Board to frontline.

Career highlights

Prior to joining MinterEllison, I had a leading role on the following:

  • AGL strategy between 2019 and 2022, and the evolution of their carbon commitments
  • Multiple transformations of Energy and Resources companies
  • Multiple strategy pieces for Energy, Resources and Heavy Industry companies, including, for example, the investment case for the first large-scale battery in Australia
  • Capex delivery optimisation programs for energy companies, including renewable investments
  • Climate change impact mitigation strategy for developing country
  • Energy and emissions regulatory work

Our consulting services are provided (directly and indirectly) by MinterEllison Consulting (ABN 50 017 469 292) and MinterEllison Consulting Pty Ltd (ABN 50 077 613 828), both of which are part of the MinterEllison Group. Our consulting services do not constitute legal services nor legal advice and are not provided by Australian legal practitioners acting in that capacity. The laws and regulations which govern the provision of legal services in the relevant jurisdiction do not apply to the provision of non-legal services.