TJ Conway is a principal in RMI’s Climate Intelligence Program. He plays a leading role in the Oil and Gas Solutions Initiative, working with a range of stakeholders to help accelerate oil and gas firms’ decarbonization efforts. Conway is also Professor of the Practice at Georgetown University, where he teaches an energy course through the Landegger Program in International Business Diplomacy at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
Prior to joining RMI, Conway worked for 15 years in energy consulting and research, advising governments, oil and gas firms, financial sector institutions, and other stakeholders on the energy transition, oil and gas markets, above-ground risk, corporate strategy, and scenario development.
He spent 10 years at Energy Intelligence, initially joining with a small team to develop the research & advisory group. During his time there, Conway developed and managed various analytical services, and oversaw an array of consulting projects. He most recently served as director of energy transition research, leading the creation of the company’s energy transition practice. His team assessed oil and gas companies’ vulnerabilities and strategic responses to climate risks and the energy transition, and provided ongoing analysis of emerging technology, market, and policy trends.
Before Energy Intelligence, Conway led the Latin America analysis for the Markets & Country Strategies Group at PFC Energy (now part of IHS Markit), focusing on national oil companies, geopolitical and investment risk, and oil markets. Previously, as a research fellow at the Inter-American Development Bank, Conway analyzed the energy sectors of various countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Conway is fluent in English and Spanish, has a working knowledge of Portuguese, and speaks basic Japanese.
BA, Economics, Northwestern University
BA, Philosophy, Northwestern University
MS, Foreign Service, Georgetown University