Sam Reynolds, a Research Lead with the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA), focuses on the economic, financial, and climate risks associated with natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) infrastructure developments in emerging Asia.
He is the author of several studies concerning the region’s transition to renewable energy, stranded asset risk in the natural gas sector, and the macroeconomic risks associated with a greater regional dependence on imported LNG.
As a former political and regulatory risk analyst focusing on global oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets, Sam analyzed judicial, legislative, and executive actions that impacted U.S. energy and environmental policy. His work has been published in local and international media outlets around the world.
Sam has a master’s degree in energy economics and international environmental law from Johns Hopkins University and a bachelor’s degree in international development from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. Originally from Venice, California, he has lived and worked throughout Asia. He currently resides with his wife in Washington, DC.