- South Korea’s Net-Zero Ambitions and Overseas Public Financing
- Revolutionizing LNG and Natural Gas in the Indo-Pacific
- Developing Free and Open Markets: Gas Market Reform in Japan and South Korea
Jeanne Choi is a PhD Candidate in Northeast Asian Studies and Energy, Resources, and Environment at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Her research pertains to the political economy of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) markets in Japan and the Republic of Korea. Prior to her role at NBR, Ms. Choi conducted research in Tokyo on Japanese energy policy and overseas LNG investments as a Boren Fellow under the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ). She has also worked as the New Programs Manager for the Clinton Climate Initiative, leading the development of new climate change and energy transition programs for the Clinton Foundation, and in strategic planning for LNG export infrastructure development for EnTX Group. Ms. Choi received a BA in Political Science from Columbia University and an MS in Energy and Environmental Policy from New York University.