Stephanie Barrault is senior F-Gas project manager at CITEPA, a French association specialized on air pollutants and greenhouse gases. She is responsible for fluorinated gas emission inventory studies, which are carried out each year for the French Environment Ministry in the context of Climate Change Convention requirements. She has particular expertise in assessing the impact of regulations on F-gas emissions in refrigeration and air-conditioning sectors. Before joining CITEPA, she was research engineer at CES (Center for Energy efficiency and Studies) MINES-ParisTech. She has been involved in F-Gas studies since 2006, in the context of national projects as well as at European level.