Akos Losz, a Senior Research Associate at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP), specializes in natural gas markets and the role of gas in the energy transition. He is also advising the World Bank on natural gas-related issues as a short-term consultant. He previously worked as a natural gas analyst at the International Energy Agency in Paris and as a senior research associate at CGEP. Additionally, he held various roles at Westwood Global Energy Group, a UK-based global energy consulting firm, and at the strategy development team of MOL Group, a Hungary-based international energy company. Akos completed internships at CSIS, a leading think tank in Washington DC, and at PFC Energy (now S&P Global). He holds an MA from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and completed his undergraduate studies at Corvinus University of Budapest.