Liv Monica Stubholt has 20 years of experience as a business lawyer. She has a broad energy portfolio within fossil fuels, renewables as well as environmental technology (CCS) related matters. She is particularly engaged in the Arctic space and she is elected chairman of Norwegian Russian Chamber of Commerce since 2014 - representing Kværner ASA. Stubholt has an international practice and works for foreign clients investing in Norway within key Norwegian sectors like energy and seafood. She particularly enjoys supporting business development and change management. In addition to her legal practice she has held several top executive positions in the Aker group. Stubholt has also served as deputy minister first in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and later in the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. Stubholt advises a number of international enterprises and organizations and she heads Selmer's public affairs group.