Introducing Jasmin Cooper – the newest member of our methane team

    23 April 2018

    We asked Dr Jasmin Cooper, an early-career researcher at the Sustainable Gas Institute (SGI) who joined in April, eight questions about her background and what she’ll be doing at the Institute. Welcome to the Sustainable Gas Institute, Jasmin. Could you tell me a little about your background? I am originally from Manchester, and I moved […]

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    VIDEO: My research in a nutshell – Sandro on reducing industry emissions

    19 March 2018

    How to reduce emissions from industry? By the time you finish your masters, you’ll know your thesis inside out. We challenged one of our researchers at the Sustainable Gas Institute to explain their research in a short one minute video as part of the ‘Research in a Nutshell Series’. Sandro Luh is a visiting Masters […]

    • Climate change
    • Energy Modelling
    • Greenhouse gas emissions
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    JOB: Research Associate in Spatially-Resolved Energy Systems Modelling

    14 February 2018

    Full time, 1 year fixed term appointment with a possibility for further extension An excellent opportunity has arisen for a multi-disciplinary Research Associate position to work at Imperial College London for a 1-year period. This role is funded by the Natural Environment Research Council under the Newton Fund Call for Sustainable Gas Futures. The successful […]

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    Dr Paul Balcombe: the man on a methane mission

    19 January 2018

    Methane is the second most important greenhouse gas next to carbon dioxide (CO2). Although emissions of methane are much lower, its global warming potential is far higher, meaning that small emissions have a large impact. Dr Paul Balcombe at the Sustainable Gas Institute (SGI), Imperial College, has started working on a project with Enagás SA, […]

    • methane
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