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Emmanuel Grand

Emmanuel Grand

  • Managing Director
  • Economic Consulting
  • T: +33 1 40 08 12 43
  • F: +33 01 40 08 12 59
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    • 86 Boulevard Haussmann
    • Paris, 75008
    • France
    • T: +33 1 47 03 68 10
    • F: +33 01 40 08 12 59

Emmanuel Grand is an economist with more than 15 years of experience in investment appraisal, contract negotiations, market analysis and international litigation support. He specializes primarily in the economics of the energy & infrastructure sectors, from gas demand forecasting to infrastructure price controls.

Mr. Grand regularly supports investors, corporates and governments in their appraisal of assets or contractual engagements, notably through commercial due diligence, contract value analyses, or market forecasting exercises. He has supported multiple energy & infrastructure long-term contract negotiations such as Power Purchase Agreements, Gas/LNG supply agreements, Tenders, and Concession agreements, analysing prices and flexibilities, payments terms, risk-sharing and operational issues for engagements exceeding $10bn combined. In his career he has also conducted over 40 projects, appraising investments in capital-intensive sectors, and modelling commodity markets, in Europe, Middle-East and Africa.

Leveraging his expertise of the energy & infrastructure industries, Mr. Grand has conducted more than 10 projects in disputes over economic claims worth up to €500m, delivering lead testimony in the context of both international arbitration and national courts litigation.

Mr. Grand regularly supports both governments and companies in the assessment, modelling and definition of regulatory models and price controls. Notably, he has supported European and African public authorities in the definition of the economic regulation of their electricity and gas sectors, as well as in the quantitative assessment of various carbon pricing regulations. He also regularly supports network companies in their assessment of new regulatory models, and advises new entrants on how to capture revenues from new regulated markets. Mr. Grand is a graduate of the London School of Economics, the University of Cambridge, and the Ecole Centrale de Lyon. He is trained as an economist and engineer. Mr. Grand has published several books on regulatory economics, and on the energy sector.

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