David Rosner is BPC’s associate director for energy security. He joined the staff of the National Commission on Energy Policy, the precursor to BPC’s Energy Project, in November 2006. At BPC, Rosner is engaged in work on natural gas markets, the economic analysis of energy legislation, energy sector workforce issues, and measuring regional climate change impacts. He serves as the staff director for the Task Force on Ensuring Stable Natural Gas Markets, which is comprised of users and producers of natural gas, and was formed to analyze the U.S. natural gas market. Previously, he spent three years as an economic analyst at Georgetown Economic Services, LLC, specializing in environmental and Federal Trade Commission litigation matters.
Rosner is currently on detail from BPC serving as a senior policy advisor at the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Policy and Systems Analysis. Rosner holds masters degrees in economics and public policy from American University and a B.A. in economics from Tufts University.