Energy Economics and Policy
Julie Carey is an energy economist and a Director with Navigant Consulting, Inc. She is also an adjunct professor at Georgetown University where she teaches a graduate level course in energy economics. Julie has more than 20 years of experience addressing economic issues across the energy sector including: power, crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, 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, market manipulation claims and regulatory economics. Julie also has substantial experience conducting macroeconomic modeling (i.e. jobs, GDP, taxes) and environmental analysis (e.g. greenhouse gases GHG) and with energy contracting practices.
In addition, she frequently analyzes economic damages (historical and future lost profit analyses) and conducts asset valuation analyses in breach of contract and other types of commercial disputes. She has assessed and quantified economic damages and valuations in dozens of cases.
She frequently provides expert evidence in regulatory proceedings and in commercial disputes, including courts and international arbitrations. She has provided expert evidence in report or testimony form on more than 50 occasions.