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Mr. Thapa is an expert in the regulation and economics of the energy sector. He has over seven years of relevant experience providing advice and litigation support to clients in the natural gas, electricity, petroleum, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) sectors. He has particular expertise in gas-electric interface and has provided strategic advice and assisted with preparation of expert testimony on issues surrounding gas-electric planning and coordination. In addition, Mr. Thapa has experience and expertise in a broad range areas which include antitrust/competition; ratemaking and regulatory policy; contract pricing, litigation, and damages; business and asset valuation, and electric transmission.

Mr. Thapa previously worked as a Research Analyst at Brattle from 2006-2009 focusing on regulatory issues in the natural gas industry. He also has previous experience as a Summer Associate in the Acquisition and Strategic Department at Harvest Power, a renewable waste-to-energy company.

December 12, 2016
Presented at Law Seminars International’s (LSI) 12th Annual Comprehensive Conference on Alaska Energy Markets and Regulation
January 15, 2016
Published by The Brattle Group, Inc.
Changing Times – New Uncertainties: Assessing Their Effects on Global Energy and LNG Export Markets
December 8, 2014
Presented at the LSI Energy Markets and Regulation in Alaska Conference, Anchorage, AK
Understanding Natural Gas Markets
September 2014
Published by the American Petroleum Institute
Outlook for North American Trade in LNG and Oil
October 24, 2013
Presented at the LSI Energy Exports in the Northwest Conference
The Uncertain Future For ANS LNG Exports
December 3, 2012
Presented at LSI's Energy in Alaska Conference, Anchorage, AK