Dr Boaz Moselle is a Senior Managing Director in the Economic and Financial Consulting practice, based in London. He is an economist specialised in energy markets, who has worked in academia, consulting and government. He has testified in a number of international arbitrations, on issues including developments in natural gas markets and their implications for pricing in long-term gas supply contracts; the impact of the financial crisis on investments in infrastructure; and the economic analysis of competition law claims. He also provides expert analysis in relation to a range of competition and regulatory matters in the gas and electricity industries. He has extensive experience in economic and financial analysis of gas and power markets in Europe. He is a co-editor and co-author of a book on the economics of renewable power generation, and co-author of a chapter on the natural gas industry in the Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. He is co-author of a forthcoming book chapter concerning the role of market experts in price review arbitrations.
He was previously a Managing Director at the UK energy regulator Ofgem, where his responsibilities included security of supply, environmental policy, and administration of support mechanisms for renewable generation and energy efficiency. He began his career as an assistant professor at Northwestern University, where he taught courses in quantitative methods and in game theory. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from Harvard University, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Mathematics from the Universities of Cambridge and London.