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Emissions Technical Analyst - Summer Internship

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S&P Global

28d ago

🚀 Summer Internship


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  • Current engineering, science, or sustainability student with knowledge of GHG accounting, energy supply chains, strong data analysis skills, ability to work in a team environment, excellent communication and interpersonal skills, attention to detail, and time management skills.
  • Engage in cross-functional team discussions on estimating and abating emissions, provide thought leadership on emission quantification, contribute to reports and client inquiries, research energy value chain topics, and develop relationships with stakeholders to collaborate on key initiatives.

Summer Internship



  • This is a critical role, to advancing our GHG and carbon intensity estimation our understanding and capability in carbon accounting—from upstream emission models to downstream refining or petrochemical emissions. Become part of teams helping shape the tools and methods to answer critical market questions on GHG emissions and carbon reduction.   

What’s in it for you: 

  • Work with a dynamic team of experts tackling the most critical GHG estimation and decarbonization challenges in the world today. 
  • Contribute to developing entirely new understandings of commodity related emissions on top of some of the world’s most comprehensive datasets.  
  • Collaborate with various sectoral experts to develop tools to better understand where, why, how, emission occur and what can be done about them. 
  • Help advance global understanding of commodity related emissions, and decarbonization pathways.    


  • Current student pursuing a degree in engineering, science, sustainability, environmental science, or industry-related fields required.
  • Fully matriculated undergraduate or graduate students in penultimate year of study (graduation date: Winter 2024 or Summer 2025)
  • Understanding fundamental greenhouse gas (GHG) accounting and life cycle GHG accounting practices, and GHG emissions sources from various commodity sectors.
  • Understanding of various energy supply chains and commodities such as oil and gas, petrochemicals, hydrogen, biofuels, metals and mining etc.
  • Able to work with large datasets with strong skills in Microsoft Excel, databases and various cloud-based platforms.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment and ability to navigate and excel in a complex, matrix organization, and relate successfully to a variety of people externally and internally.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills and excellent interpersonal skills at all levels of business to enable effective/productive communications with key people including senior and executive level clients
  • Strong attention to detail and time management skills.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Penultimate Year

Area of Responsibilities



  • Work as part of a cross-functional team of experts tasked with answering key challenges around estimating and abating emissions.
  • Provide thought leadership and engage in conversations around best practices on emission estimation and quantification.
  • Contribute to written reports, detail estimates, and respond to critical client inquiries related to the energy transition
  • Research topics will encompass broad aspects of processes, industry, commodities, and products across the energy value chain.
  • Develop relationships with internal and external stakeholders to communicate findings, collaborate on key initiatives, and facilitate the development of project/initiative deliverables


Work type

Full time

Work mode





  • Health & Wellness: Health care coverage designed for the mind and body.
  • Flexible Downtime: Generous time off helps keep you energized for your time on.
  • Continuous Learning: Access a wealth of resources to grow your career and learn valuable new skills.
  • Invest in Your Future: Secure your financial future through competitive pay, retirement planning, a continuing education program with a company-matched student loan contribution, and financial wellness programs.
  • Family Friendly Perks: It’s not just about you. S&P Global has perks for your partners and little ones, too, with some best-in class benefits for families.
  • Beyond the Basics: From retail discounts to referral incentive awards—small perks can make a big difference.