A new year has arrived, and with the new presidential administration, climate change is again on the agenda in the United States, the world’s largest gas producer. The oil and gas industry has a quick win within reach to cut emissions—by putting out the fire of natural gas flaring. Oil…
Thomas is a Manager for Oil & Gas Solutions, a Climate Intelligence Initiative reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the oil and gas sector. His work includes informing decisions by companies, investors, policymakers, NGOs, and consumers through data collaborations including Climate TRACE, Climate Action Engine, and Carbon Mapper. Previously, Thomas was a part of Sunshine for Mines working on carbon reduction in the mining industry through serving the electrical load of operating mines repurposing closed sites into renewable energy facilities, as well as financial and technical modeling.
Before joining RMI, Thomas worked for the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) coordinating and executing research and development projects in the areas of distributed energy resources and distribution engineering. Projects consisted of a mix of field trials and business case analysis reports. Prior to this role, Thomas worked a series of jobs in outdoor recreation and as a GIS consultant.
B.Sc., Geographic Science, James Madison University
Phi Beta Kappa, summa cum laude