Thierry Bros

Senior Research Fellow

Dr. Thierry Bros joined the institute in October 2016 as Senior Research Fellow for the Gas Programme.

Prior to that he was, from 2010 to 2016, Senior European Gas and LNG Analyst for Société Générale. He joined Société Générale in 2007 as a Senior Financial Analyst to provide recommendations on listed pan-European gas stocks and in-depth research on gas issues. From 2002 to 2007, Thierry was a Senior Oil & Gas expert at the French Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry, where he represented France on oil markets and advised on emergency issues at the International Energy Agency, the European Commission and the Energy Charter. His responsibilities included providing global oil and gas industry reviews to senior French officials and negotiating European directives. As a gas specialist, he reviewed the regulations governing the liberalisation of the French gas market and supervised the Contingency Gas Plan. Prior to that, Thierry worked, for eight years at IFPEN, an oil & gas research institute. Thierry Bros holds a Master of chemical engineering from ESPCI ParisTech and a PhD from Ecole Centrale Paris.

Thierry is the author of the book “After the US Shale Gas revolution” (2012). He is a member of the EU-Russia Gas Advisory Council and an advisor for the World Energy Council – Global Gas Centre. He is also a visiting professor at SciencesPo Paris and a senior expert at Energy Delta Institute. Thierry regularly presents his research results at conferences.

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