Harry is a recognized authority on energy markets and forecasting. He leads a team of geologists, engineers, and economists to analyze North American and world natural gas and oil supply, transportation, and end use. He has directed projects related to international oil and natural gas supply, gas processing, and LNG production; shipping, pipeline transmission, underground storage, gas-to-liquids processes; and synthetic fuels and end market uses.
Harry has also worked in the areas of electric utility fuel use, price and capacity forecasting, and design and implementation of management information and planning systems. He is responsible for the design and implementation of models to estimate expected future energy price distributions and optimum commodity sales portfolios.
Infrastructure and markets
Oil and gas production
M.A., International Relations and Economics, The Johns Hopkins University, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies
B.A., History and Economics, Dartmouth College