A move by one of the largest European energy companies shows that both markets and governments are beginning to pay attention to methane emissions and factor them into business decisions. France’s Engie has halted its commitment to a long-term US liquefied natural gas (LNG) import contract with NextDecade Corp estimated…
Chathu is a Manager in RMI’s Climate Intelligence program, focusing on efforts to reduce emissions from the Oil and Gas sector. In this role, she manages the program’s work on creating a global market for methane emissions certified gas.
Prior to RMI, Chathu worked at Origin Energy, a leading energy provider in Australia. In the Upstream environment, sustainability and operations business units, she managed regional air quality projects, water and brine strategy, contamination response and regulatory approvals. Her expertise covers environment and health risk assessment, O&G emissions profiling and mitigation.
Chathu’s interest in scaling technology for climate and health benefits led her back to University, to focus her graduate research in cost effective energy solutions for rural communities.
M.Sc., Environmental Technology, Imperial College London.
B.Eng., Environmental and Chemical Engineering dual major, University of Queensland.