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Lorna Greening

Natural Gas Analyst @ Public Service Company of Colorado

Research Fellow/Energy Economist/Specialist in energy and environmental policy

United States

Ranked #913 out of 18,260 for Natural Gas Analyst in United States

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Lorna Greening's Work Experience

Public Service Company of Colorado

Natural Gas Analyst

January 1990 to July 1991

Greater Denver Area

Western Oil Corporation

Petroleum Geologist

September 1984 to April 1986

Greater Denver Area

Porter Geological Corporation

Owner and Principal Geologist

August 1979 to September 1984

Greater Denver Area

Lorna Greening's Education

Advanced Risk and Portfolio Management Bootcamp

Financial risk methods and portfolio construction and evaluation

2012 to 2012

The University of New Mexico

None, Continuing education in computer science and economics

2004 to 2007

Colorado School of Mines

PhD, Mineral Economics (minor statistics/operations research)

1987 to 1992

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Public Service Company of Colorado

Developed energy demand and price forecasts, and prepared and presented regulatory testimony. Performed financial analysis, and prepared natural gas supply portfolio and purchase recommendations for electricity generation and natural gas customers. Performed calculations such as the weighted cost of gas. Designated corporate representative to the Gas Research Institute Forecasting Advisory Group on Short-term Forecasting Methods.Developed energy demand...

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Natural Gas Analyst @ Public Service Company of Colorado Developed energy demand and price forecasts, and prepared and presented regulatory testimony. Performed financial analysis, and prepared natural gas supply portfolio and purchase recommendations for electricity generation and natural gas customers. Performed calculations such as the weighted cost of gas. Designated corporate representative to the Gas Research Institute Forecasting Advisory Group on Short-term Forecasting Methods.Developed energy demand and price forecasts, and prepared and presented regulatory testimony. Performed financial analysis, and prepared natural gas supply portfolio and purchase recommendations for electricity generation and natural gas customers. Performed calculations such as the weighted cost of gas. Designated corporate representative to the Gas Research Institute Forecasting Advisory Group on Short-term Forecasting Methods. From January 1990 to July 1991 (1 year 7 months) Greater Denver AreaPetroleum Geologist @ Western Oil Corporation Generated successful oil and gas prospects in the mid-continent US, Texas, and southwestern Colorado. Activities included operations, property acquisition, engineering economic evaluations, and risk assessment. From September 1984 to April 1986 (1 year 8 months) Greater Denver AreaOwner and Principal Geologist @ Porter Geological Corporation Owned and operated an energy consulting/exploration firm that performed work in most of the major basins of the Rocky Mountains (US and Canada), and the Gulf Coast. Supervised a number of successful oil and gas prospects for client companies. From August 1979 to September 1984 (5 years 2 months) Greater Denver AreaProject Manager and Petroleum Geologist @ Peppard Souders and Associates/Geomap Designed, sold, and managed multi-client evaluation projects in most of the major hydrocarbon producing basins of the Rocky Mountains. Managed and maintained subscription mapping services, and developed computer databases. From November 1973 to August 1979 (5 years 10 months) Greater Denver AreaMarket Economist @ The Midwest ISO Senior technical resource on market conditions within the MISO footprint. Monitored fuel and other production cost trends, and environmental regulations as they relate to electricity supply and demand, and the development of wholesale electricity and transmission markets. Required to be familiar with relevant FERC orders, state regulations and policies, and MISO market rules and procedures and the evolution of those markets (i.e., Ancillary Services Market). Assumed a lead/managerial role on special projects. Required to interface with other departments including Operations, Transmission Planning, Legal, Settlements, and Customer Relations; and, participate in the ISO stakeholder process. From September 2007 to August 2008 (1 year) Carmel, IndianaResearch Fellow @ Howard H. Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN Research Fellows contribute to the Baker Center’s ongoing research agenda in energy policy, environmental policy and/or global security. • Facilitation of the strategic direction of the Baker Center in cooperation with the Director, Faculty Fellows and staff;• Interactions with the media;• Contributions to the White Paper and Policy Brief series of the Baker Center; • Support of graduate and undergraduate research, theses and dissertations;• Pursuit of external grants, contracts and other sources of funding;• Development of partnership arrangements with other academic units, universities and colleges, think tanks, government entities, private business, non-profits and others; and• Recruitment of distinguished outside speakers in support of the Baker Center’s public programming and academic lecture series.• Service to local, state, and global communities. --Co-editor of ‘Meeting the Paris mandate: A cross-national comparison of energy policy-making' (in progress) --Invited speaker to APEC Capacity Building Workshop on Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform --Chair, APEC Peer Review Panel of Fossil Fuel Subsidies in New Zealand --Public speaking at other institutions Greening, L.A. 2015. “APEC Peer Review of Fossil Fuel Subsidies: Experience to Date.” Seminar at Energy Research Institute, Beijing, May. Greening, L.A. 2015. “US Petroleum Renaissance: Implications for World Markets and Asia.” University wide seminar, Beijing Technological Institute, Beijing, May. Knoxville, Tennessee AreaPrincipal @ Energy Economist, Specialist in energy and environmental policy • Capabilities in electricity market analysis, generation evaluation, and demand forecasting Wholesale electricity market structure of RTO/ISOs and public power including econometric analysis of market rules or procedures, and development of regulatory testimony. Impacts of energy efficiency and demand response resources utilizing econometric analysis of large data sets or ‘bottom-up’ methods. Evaluation of renewable and new conventional generation assets using production costing models, energy system models, or simple spreadsheet models. Strong familiarity with relevant environmental regulations including analysis of impacts of carbon regulation. Demand forecasting with econometric or time series methods or energy system models. Energy trading and risk management fuel purchase and price hedging strategies within a portfolio management framework.• Trainer for industrial short courses on energy market issues. ex. On-site to Southern California Edison: "Utilizing Robust Long Term Energy and Carbon Price Modeling and Forecasting"• International energy pricing, consumption, and supplies ex. Senior Advisor to USAID project on fuel price rationalization in APEC developingeconomies (Peru) (through ICF International) Chattanooga, Tennessee AreaVisiting Scholar @ Hong Kong Baptist University • Teach semester length classes in graduate-level energy economics and undergraduate energy management.• Collaborate with faculty members in the Department of Economics and other departments on research concerning energy economics and energy policy.• Interact with faculty at other universities in Hong Kong and main-land China.• Serve as a resource on energy policy when requested in the form of public seminars and similar events. Example presentations:Greening, L.A. 2015. “The Midwest ISO.” Invited speaker ‘Hong Kong’s Electricity Future: Lessons from the U.S. market reform experience’, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, April.Greening, L.A. 2015. “US Petroleum Renaissance: Implications for World Markets and Asia.” University wide seminar, Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong, April. From January 2015 to June 2015 (6 months) Hong Kong, SAR ChinaEditor of Energy Policy @ Elsevier • Over-sees in collaboration with a team approximately 2400 submissions of academic articles per year.• Coordinates with approximately 8000 peer reviewers to review submissions and make editorial decisions.• Collaborates with Elsevier to set editorial and other journal policies.• Writes editorials and articles for the journal.• Interfaces with International Advisory Board on journal direction.• Initiates journal enhancements that provide a better reader, author, and reviewer experience.• Represents Energy Policy in public venues including conferences, meetings, and other forum.http://www.journals.elsevier.com/energy-policy/ From April 2013 to April 2015 (2 years 1 month) United StatesEnergy/environmental economist, Structuring and Portfolio Management, Power Supply and Fuels @ TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) Responsible for performing financial and economic analysis (including valuation, sensitivity, risk, and decision analysis) of resource/supply investment opportunities. Leads cross-organizational project teams in the development and implementation of major financial projects.•Programmed in MatLab a generation asset evaluation tool for fossil and renewable resources.•Technical support and advice on development of integrated portfolio management framework; this includes development of white paper on risk metrics, analytical methods, and quantitative models.•Installation of EIA's National Energy Modeling System (NEMS) at TVA and continuing enhancement of the SE energy system and macroeconomic depictions.•Prepared ‘cost of carbon’ supply curves for GHG reduction options available to TVA.•Performed engineering economic analysis of small renewable generation options in the Valley.•Developed supply curves of renewable resources in the Valley.•Wrote white paper on value of debt financing to TVA and its customers.•Led team effort on development of Standard Offer (‘feed-in tariff’) for renewable energy including analysis and creation of program contracts, rules, and other support materials.•Provides economic analysis support for voluntary ‘green’ energy demand program.•Provides economic analysis support for DSM and DRR programs including valuation of avoided capacity measures.•Co-editor of and contributor to Special Issue on Demand Response Resources (DRR) for Energy; the issue appeared in April, 2010. From July 2009 to November 2012 (3 years 5 months) Chattanooga, Tennessee AreaAdjunct Instructor @ University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Teaches semester length courses in environmental, energy, and natural resource economics. From July 2010 to January 2011 (7 months) Chattanooga, TNPrincipal Economist @ Energy and Environmental Economics Consulting Duties include project design and management; business development and client relationships; business management functions including strategic planning, accounting, record keeping, and similar functions. Example projects include:Authorship of a paper entitled: "RSG Uplift in the Midwest ISO Footprint: Just Because the Rooster Crows"Development of expert testimony for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (DC Energy).Development of a simulation framework for carbon markets in North America (linked US and Canada) allowing for new technology and regulatory policy.Econometric evaluation of economic performance of wholesale electricity markets.Subject matter expert for GHG Inventory Quantifiers Certification Exam developed under ISO 17024 by CSA America Inc.(under auspices of ANSI). The exam focuses on corporate and organizational inventories of GHG. From August 2008 to July 2009 (1 year) Los Alamos, NMPrincipal Economist @ Energy and environmental economics Projects have been performed for Sandia National Lab, NSF, USDOE, EPA, USAID, the National Academy of Sciences, and private clients (including 2 US Independent System Operators). Example projects:Evaluation of a cost-benefit studies of the MISO and value of lost load for MISO footprint.Statistical evaluation of impacts of weather on load forecasting at CAISO.Development of a multi-criteria decision making framework for the evaluation of alternative electricity generation technologies, energy efficiency and climate policy.Development of an energy system model for the US with an explicit depiction of current electricity generation and alternative or future generation technologies such as advanced nuclear with a full fuel cycle and spent fuel disposal, wind, and solar. The model includes a detailed depiction of electricity and natural gas end-uses for the industrial, commercial, and residential sectors, and allows for the evaluation of DSM options (USEPA, several offices). From March 2000 to April 2007 (7 years 2 months) Los Alamos, NMAdjunct Instructor, Department of Economics @ University of New Mexico Taught semester length graduate-level course in econometrics. From January 2003 to May 2003 (5 months) Albuquerque, New Mexico AreaSenior Manager @ International Resources Group Initiated, designed and performed energy and economic analyses and assisted in management of an energy group. Performed business development and managed client relationships; led or participated in successful proposal bids to USAID, the World Bank, and US EPA. Developed a strategic plan for a sub-group, and marketing materials. Example projects:Evaluated options for electricity infrastructure development in Hong Kong (Environmental Management Department, Government of Hong Kong).Estimated a carbon permit price for projects in Latvia (primarily electricity generation) (Prototype Carbon Fund, World Bank). From January 1999 to March 2000 (1 year 3 months) Washington D.C. Metro AreaAdjunct Instructor, EPICS @ Colorado School of Mines Taught engineering design, the capstone course in EPICS, to undergraduates. From January 1999 to May 1999 (5 months) Golden, ColoradoPrincipal Economist @ Energy consultant Clients included USDOE, Asian Development Bank, Energy Information Administration, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Example projects:Deliverability of the natural gas transmission system in the US through 2015; increased demand was assumed as a result of more stringent air quality regulations (USEPA Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation).Estimated demand for electricity derivatives using time-series methods (energy trading company). Analyzed macroeconomic impacts of changes in environmental investment in Indonesia (Asian Development Bank).Advisory panel for an analysis of the US energy system in the post-Kyoto regime (EIA).Statistical evaluation of the potential effectiveness of location efficient mortgages (USDOE Office of Transportation Technology).Residential energy consumption trends in 10 OECD countries were attributed to changes in energy intensity and other factors, and compared (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory). From July 1998 to January 1999 (7 months) Broomfield, COManager @ Hagler Bailly Consulting Inc Duties included project design and management; business development and client relationships; performed energy and economic analysis with an emphasis on carbon-mitigation strategies. Developed marketing brochures and website materials.Example projects:Instructed two-week course on energy system modeling in Manila, The Philippines (USAID).Screened trans-connect bid proposals (Public Service Company of Colorado).Strategic planning document for future natural gas R&D programs (Gas Research Institute).Statistical analysis of environmental justice impacts (Canadian National Railroad).White paper describing infrastructure required to support carbon-mitigation modeling capacity building in developing countries (USAID).White paper on the effects of the capital replacement decision on the marginal costs of carbon (USEPA).Opportunities for reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the iron and steel and aluminum sectors (USEPA Energy and Transportation Division). From June 1997 to July 1998 (1 year 2 months) Boulder, ColoradoEconomist/staff scientist @ Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Generated over $1 million in external funding for research and analysis of US and international energy issues. Supervised other scientists, research associates, and graduate assistants; developed a familiarity with Federal procurement and other regulations. Example projects:White paper on take-back effects associated with energy efficiency programs such as DSM (USDOE/EERE).Econometrically estimated model used to investigate the economic efficiency of performance standards for appliances (USDOE/EERE).Econometric estimation of price response of US consumers to gasoline price increases; this model has been used by the FTC to investigate charges of price fixing (OTT/USDOE, Shell Oil, and Ford).Energy consumption trends for manufacturing, personal transportation, and freight in 10 OECD countries were attributed to changes in energy intensity and other factors (USEPA Climate Change).Structural models of long-term energy demand (USDOE Global Change Research Assessment Prog). From February 1995 to June 1997 (2 years 5 months) Berkeley, CaliforniaAssociate Research Economist, Culverhouse School of Business @ The University of Alabama Generated over $850K of external funding by marketing services to state, federal, and other clients, and by writing competitive grant proposals. Supervised graduate students and project-related duties of University staff. Publications resulted from this original research. Example projects: Participated in development of GHG emissions inventory for State of Alabama and State mitigation strategy (USEPA). Impact assessment of energy price changes on households in Venezuela (World Bank). Integrated resource planning for the electric utility industry in the Southeastern US under carbon mitigation policies (Southeast Regional Center for the National Institute for Global Environmental Change, USDOE). Econometrically estimated models of the demand for gasoline and vehicle miles traveled (Southeast Regional Center for the National Institute for Global Environmental Change, USDOE). From July 1991 to February 1995 (3 years 8 months) Tuscaloosa, Alabama AreaInstructor, Department of Economics @ The University of Alabama Developed and taught undergraduate (400-level) course in environmental economics. From January 1992 to January 1995 (3 years 1 month) Tuscaloosa, Alabama AreaInstructor, Department of Computer Information Systems and Management Science @ Metropolitan State University of Denver Taught undergraduate-level introduction to statistics and introduction to management science. From January 1988 to May 1991 (3 years 5 months) Greater Denver AreaCourse coordinator/research assistant @ Colorado School of Mines Course Coordinator (9/1987-1/1990). Provided on-site logistical, administrative, and developmental liaison for an industrial and environmental education program at the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Facility.Research Assistant (1/1987-8/1997). Organized economic policy conferences and field trips to mining and energy production facilities. Prepared written materials and gave presentations at various sites. From January 1987 to January 1990 (3 years 1 month) Golden, Colorado


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