Craig Aubuchon




M.P.A. and M.S.E.S., School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University; B.A., economics and environmental studies, Washington University in St. Louis

Summary of Experience

Mr. Aubuchon specializes in the economic and statistical analysis of complex issues in the areas of energy, environment, and finance. He has consulted to individual utilities, system and region planners, and private developers within the electricity, natural gas, and water markets on a wide range of cases, including individualized project finance and asset valuations, planning evaluations of system reliability and regional environmental emissions, and ratepayer impact analyses for regulator consideration. His recent research considers the application of cost-benefit analysis across regulatory frameworks, including the economic value of water and energy within different sectors. He has presented research findings at industry conferences and in peer-reviewed publications and client-specific consulting reports.

Mr. Aubuchon has also supported several academic affiliates through all phases of the litigation process, including pretrial discovery and expert report and trial preparation. His recent work has included evaluations of anticompetitive conduct arising from industry mergers and alleged market manipulation or company policies. These matters span a wide range of industries, including heavy manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, financial markets, and consumer card payments. Mr. Aubuchon also specializes in assessing and benchmarking organizational risk management capabilities in technologically complex industries.

Prior to joining Analysis Group, Mr. Aubuchon worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, where he specialized in the fields of monetary policy, financial markets, and international trade.