Director, Energy Analysis

Position Overview

The Director will develop analyses and expertise to advance natural gas use in homes and businesses as a clean, reliable, and efficient energy solution. 

Role and Responsibilities

  • Serve as the primary economic analyst for the association.
  • Bring thought leadership to coordinated activities of Energy Analysis staff internally as well as more broadly with the entire Association.
  • Develop individually or through facilitation of key staff analyses, insights, and messaging to strategically position natural gas and the association within a framework that addresses the important role of local gas utilities to advance economic, national security, and environmental goals.
  • Prepare analyses, policy briefs, white papers, and studies focused on energy, the economy, and the environment particularly gas fundamentals, midstream and upstream topics, power generation, large-volume direct-use natural gas sectors, and local gas utility issues.
  • Assist in exploring future growth opportunities for gas distribution company members and conduct analysis to support legislative or regulatory policies and plans to help member companies take advance of such opportunities.
  • Provide expertise and advance advocacy priorities before multiple audiences, including AGA members, legislative and regulatory groups, the financial community, government, energy customers, media, and other stakeholder groups.
  • Deliver presentations on critical economic, energy, and utility business growth issues to key audiences including company, LDC customer, regulatory, and broader energy-associated groups.
  • Position AGA by expertly and effectively representing membership interests to all relevant and key constituencies.
  • Provide analytical support and expertise across the association.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with relevant industry, legislative, regulatory and academic contacts.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

  • Strong quantitative and analytical capabilities.
  • Demonstrate excellent and persuasive written and oral advocacy skills including public speaking.
  • Ability to interpret complex technical and economic analysis and communicate its meaning to non-technical audiences (including the media) as well as experts.
  • Familiarity with energy policy, legislative, and regulatory processes.
  • Comfortable with independent research.
  • Strong modeling and computer skills.
  • Ability to work, manage, and provide thought leadership effectively in a team environment.
  • Strong leadership, project management, and team-building skills.
  • Graduate or professional degree in physics, engineering, economics, finance, business, public policy, or another relevant discipline.
  • Five to ten years of relevant work experience preferred experience in energy-related analytics, economic modeling, and or energy policy activities.

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