Barry Pulliam has been engaged in economic research and analysis for 30 years. His work focuses on economic issues related to the energy sector. Mr. Pulliam has extensive experience in all aspects of the petroleum industry, including production and exploration, transportation and processing, and refining and marketing. He also has worked on issues involving electricity generation and electric vehicles as well as chemical manufacturing.
Mr. Pulliam has testified as an economic expert on issues involving petroleum exploration, crude oil and natural gas production, petroleum marketing, natural gas processing and midstream operations, refining and refined petroleum products, chemicals, and electric vehicles. He has testified in State and Federal courts, in regulatory proceedings, in front of legislative bodies and in arbitration proceedings.
Mr. Pulliam has worked with crude oil and natural gas producers, pipeline and midstream companies, refiners and chemical manufacturers, and regulated utilities. In addition, Mr. Pulliam has worked with a variety of governmental entities, including the U.S. Departments of Justice and Interior, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), and the states of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
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
Regulatory Hearings: Alaska and California Public Utilities Commissions, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
Legislative Hearings: Alaska and California State Legislatures
U.S. District Courts