Irina Semykina
Irina Semykina
Senior Consultant
Working on: Decarbonization of the oil and gas sector, Carbon and climate finance
December 2022

Irina is an expert in the economics of energy transition. She is experienced in GHG emissions accounting and setting up decarbonization strategies for oil and gas companies. She has more than 12 years of experience working on sustainable development of the oil and gas sector in Russian research institutes and governmental agencies. Irina has also worked at OGCI, where she focused on initiatives aiming at methane emissions reduction from natural gas supply chains. She holds a master’s degree in Economics and Policy of Energy and the Environment from University College London and a PhD in Economics from the Russian Academy of Sciences. Irina joined Carbon Limits in 2022 and has been involved in the development and deployment of methane inventory software, capacity building in methane management, and voluntary carbon markets-related projects. 

Irina has been teaching the economics of low-carbon energy transition, was a mentor for the Oxford School of Climate Change, and ran a social media group about energy-related events and opportunities for early-career professionals. Irina is fascinated with energy forecasts and future studies. It’s no surprise that she is collecting the signals of the future energy landscape. Reach out to Irina if you need advice on what energy podcast to listen to or how to climb a wind turbine.


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