Jane K. Kidd
Jane Kidd is an economist and an expert in the economics of petroleum, natural gas and electric power markets. Ms. Kidd has served as an economic expert in federal and state courts and arbitral proceedings. Her expertise includes market pricing and economic valuation, competitive analysis, evaluation of competitive effects of proposed mergers and acquisitions, and the economic impact of regulation.
Ms. Kidd has been retained by corporate clients, legal counsel, and government agencies to provide economic analyses, guidance, and testimony in a wide variety of energy engagements. Her experience spans nearly every segment of the oil and gas industry─from exploration and production to refining, processing, transportation, marketing and distribution─as well as related petrochemical, technology, and maritime service sectors. Ms. Kidd also has experience navigating economic issues involving electric power and renewable energies. Her clients include crude oil and natural gas producers, national oil companies, midstream operators, refiners, LNG manufacturers, pipelines, utilities, and local distribution companies. She also has been engaged by several state agencies in oil and gas matters, including the States of Alabama, Alaska, California, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico and New York.
Ms. Kidd served as president of the International Association for Energy Economics Houston Chapter.
M.A., Applied Economics, Southern Methodist University
B.S., Political Science, Southern Methodist University
B.A., Economics, Southern Methodist University