has been engaged in economic research and consulting for more than 20 years. A major part of his work has focused on economic issues related to the petroleum and natural gas industries. He has extensive experience in the analysis of crude oil and natural gas markets, as well as markets, prices, and competitive issues involving the refining, distribution, and marketing of petroleum products.
Mr. Pulliam has consulted with a number of state governments on matters related to the petroleum and natural gas industries, including Alaska, California, Hawaii, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. He also has consulted with the U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, and the Department of the Interior on petroleum-related issues, as well as with state and federal antitrust regulators regarding the potential competitive effects of mergers and acquisitions in the petroleum industry. Mr. Pulliam has consulted with numerous private companies as well, including oil and gas producers, refiners, pipelines, gas processors, and chemical manufacturers.
M.A. in Economics, Claremont Graduate School
B.A. in Economics, California State University, Long Beach
Econ One, July 1997 - present
Micronomics, Inc., 1988 - 1997
Alaska Public Utilities Commission
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Alaska Department of Revenue
U.S. District Court
Alaska State Legislature