Ms. Tholot specializes in damages and regulatory issues in international arbitration, court litigation, and advisory and competition matters.

Since joining Brattle in 2017, she has worked closely on dozens of energy-related cases across Europe, Asia, and Africa, including damages assessments, competition and state aid cases, and many gas price reviews and other energy pricing disputes. Ms. Tholot has developed knowledge of the regulatory provisions applicable to several energy markets, including in the EU, the UK, and Russia. In particular, she has analyzed the economics of Russian gas exports to Europe. She has assessed damages in several arbitrations following under-deliveries of gas and LNG under long-term contracts.

Her recent projects include valuations of major assets in developing economies, such as the valuation of large gas fields in Russia and Algeria. There, she is in charge of modeling the complex provisions of the production-sharing contract, forecasting energy prices, calculating the cost of capital, and accounting for the specific risks of the projects.

Ms. Tholot also has regulatory and valuation experience in other industries, including railways, telecoms, and banking.


Sciences Po Paris
Masters in Economics and Public Policies, BS in Political Science

Pantheon Sorbonne University
BS in Mathematics and Informatics