Obtain the data you need to make the most informed decisions by accessing our extensive portfolio of information, analytics, and expertise. Sign in to the product or service center of your choice.
She conducts research on environmental and sustainability issues affecting the energy sector and is a lead researcher for the IHS Climate Strategy Dialogue. Ms. Meyer’s latest research focuses on oil and gas company valuation as related to the “carbon bubble” thesis. She also researches upstream oil and gas environmental issues, with a recent focus on flaring and methane emissions and climate change policy. In previous years, she contributed to the IHS global energy reports produced in conjunction with the World Economic Forum. Her professional background includes serving as a federal program analyst at the Government Accountability Office and several years of community development work, including service in the Peace Corps. Ms. Meyer graduated summa cum laude from the University of Indianapolis, Indiana, US, with a Bachelor of Arts in International Business. She also holds a Master of Public Affairs from the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs with concentrations in policy analysis, economic development, and public financial administration.