Ingrid is a manager in RMI’s Oil and Gas Solutions Initiative, where she focuses on reducing global methane emissions from the oil and gas industry through policy initiatives and market-based mechanisms.
Ingrid brings a background in methane measurement and source attribution techniques to her role at RMI. Conducted jointly at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and University of Colorado Boulder, her graduate research focused on characterizing and quantifying greenhouse gas and air toxics emissions from oil and gas production in the United States using continuous data collected from ground-based and aerial platforms.
After completing her PhD, Ingrid worked at an engineering firm, where she advised on business opportunities related to air quality monitoring applications in the oil and gas industry and spearheaded the firm’s corporate carbon accounting efforts.
PhD, Environmental Engineering, University of Colorado Boulder
BS, Chemistry, College of William & Mary