Julie M. Carey is an energy economist and a Director with Navigant Consulting, Inc. She has more than 20 years of experience addressing economic issues across the energy sector including: crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, power, renewables, coal, pipelines and railroad industries as well as energy intensive industries such as manufacturing and chemicals.
Julie’s expertise includes economic analyses of market dynamics (supply, demand and pricing) as well as market structure, competition, and market manipulation claims. She has substantial experience analyzing economic damages (historical and future lost profit analyses) and conducting asset valuation analyses. She has assessed and quantified economic damages and valuations in dozens of cases. In addition, Julie analyzes economic issues with energy contracts and contracting practices, and conducts macroeconomic modeling (i.e. jobs, GDP, taxes) and environmental analysis.
For her assignments, Julie frequently employs statistical and econometric analyses. In addition, she routinely uses her energy economic skillset to provide expert testimony in commercial disputes and regulatory proceedings on topics related to energy markets and contracts, economic damages and valuations as well as macroeconomic issues.
Julie has provided expert testimony dozens of times before U.S. and Canadian regulatory agencies, U.S. courts, and before international arbitration tribunals. She frequently provides media interviews and speaks at energy industry conferences about energy market dynamics and economic issues. Julie has worked with U.S. News and World Report, Forbes, the Economist, Oil and Gas Journal, USA Today, Sinclair Broadcasting, among others.
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