Pete Bethune from "The Operatives" stars in the Pivot reality docu-series. He is a member of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and previously was featured in Animal Planet's reality docu-drama "Whale Wars" as the Ady Gil Captain.

Pete Bethune has worked for the Earthrace Charitable Trust since January 2005. He skippers Earthrace on its tour around the world to promote biodiesel and renewable fuels.

Pete has a wealth of knowledge on the oil industry, having worked as an Oil Exploration Engineer in New Zealand, the North Sea and North Africa. He co-founded the hi-tech company CamSensor, which makes automated cameras for performing robot control and automated quality control.

Pete is passionate about the environment, and believes strongly that renewable fuels must become a key part of our transport fuel mix. He is also keen to promote positive measures that everyday people can make to reduce their environmental impact, not just in transport fuels, but in many areas of their lives. His goal is to see the Earthrace boat and crew become a positive promotion for change.

Pete graduated from Waikato in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science (Applied Mathematics); University of Auckland in 1995 with a Diploma in Commerce (Marketing); University of Auckland in 1990 with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical); and Macquarie in 1987 with a Master of Business Administration.


How old is he? Find out here.

Age: 52 years old
Birthday: April 4, 1965
Wife: Sharyn Bethune

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kyle says:
I think Pete is truely a hero! I think it is pathetic that he even went to prison. The CPT of the Japanese ship should have his liscense revoked and have to pay reparations for his destruction of the Addy Gil! The Japanese Govt supports its criminal personell in antartica, why won't any of our gov't support the actions of the Sea sheppard persons?
jenny says:
is your brother Jamie Andrew
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