Alex Dewar leads Boston Consulting Group's work in carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) and engineered carbon removals. As a core member of the firm's Climate & Sustainability practice, he works with a wide range of energy, industrial, and financial sector clients to assess the risks and opportunities presented by climate change and the energy transition.

Alex has more than 15 years of experience working on decarbonization and energy markets. This includes the evaluation of low carbon technologies (particularly CCUS, hydrogen, biofuels, and carbon removal), use of climate scenarios, climate target-setting, and decarbonization roadmap development. He also has extensive experience working across the natural gas value chain (he previously co-led that work globally at BCG) while supporting clients on methane emissions abatement and brings deep expertise on climate and energy policy formulation.

From 2017 to 2021 Alex was a senior director at the Center for Energy Impact, BCG's think tank on energy and climate. Outside of BCG he serves on the US Natural Gas Pipeline Advisory Committee at the Department of Transportation and is a nonresident senior fellow at the Atlantic Council.


  • MSc, environmental change and management, University of Oxford
  • MSc, economic and social history, University of Oxford
  • BA, political science, Wheaton College (Massachusetts)


  • Rhodes Scholar
  • Truman Scholar
  • Udall Scholar