Euan is a Senior Researcher supporting E3G’s Clean Economy programme in London. He is responsible for developing analysis and engagement for E3G’s work on the gas transition.
He works mainly on the politics of the UK’s upstream oil and gas transition, and building the link between E3G’s gas and political economy and governance programme.
Before joining E3G, Euan worked as an analyst at Ember, focusing on the coal-to-clean electricity transition. He also held previous roles as a project associate for Apricum, a Berlin-based cleantech consultancy, and as part of a divestment campaign with Fossil Free Greater Manchester.
Euan holds a Masters in Physics from the University of Oxford, where he was affiliated with the Environmental Change Institute.
In his free time Euan enjoys climbing and cooking.