Aurélie Bros


Senior Fellow, Energy Project | Lecturer on Government, Harvard University

Senior Fellow

An energy expert with ten years’ experience in the development of Eurasian and global energy markets, Aurélie Bros has worked in international public service, academia, think tanks, and the private sector. She provides ad-hoc research, consultancy, and strategic advice on energy security, the geopolitics of energy, and energy-related economic and financial issues. Over the last several years, she has worked extensively with Thierry Bros, whom she considers a longstanding mentor. In addition to her research and policy work, Aurélie is actively engaged in European affairs, including the Franco-German dialogue. She is deeply committed to climate and environmental preservation, a passion that led her to found the EcoKidsProject educational outreach initiative for children in 2017. Aurélie holds a master’s degree in geopolitics from the École Normale Supérieure (France), and a joint Ph.D. from the University Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and the Russian Academy of Sciences. Her Ph.D. thesis, titled “Good-bye Ukraine,” is an in-depth analysis of Gazprom’s investment strategy in Europe.

Development of Russian and global energy markets; energy transition and development of renewable energy.
Current Project
Energy Project: to illuminate the complex energy issues in Eurasia, such as climate change and energy transition, geopolitics of fossil fuels, sanctions on energy sector, and water, energy system, and energy interdependence


, Geopolitics
, Paris1 Panthéon-Sorbonne & Russian Academy of Sciences