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Dr. Timothy Considine

Dr. Timothy Considine

Dr. Timothy Considine is an SER Professor of Economics in the Department of Economics and Finance. He received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. His research on petroleum market analysis has been published in the top economics journals. Recently, The Cato Institute published his paper exploring management policy issues facing the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve currently uses his econometric model of world crude oil markets to estimate the market impacts of various management policies. Dr. Considine also worked as an economist at Bank of America, and as the lead analyst for natural gas deregulation on the U.S. Congressional Budget Office.


Ph.D., Cornell University
M.S., Purdue University
B.A. Loyola University


Considine, T.J. "The Economic Value of World Coal Production," Chapter in F. Clemente, ed., Hard Facts: The Global Value of Coal" World Coal Institute and Coal Industry Advisory Board, September 2010.

Considine, T.J. "The Economic Impacts of the Marcellus Shale: Implications for New York, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia," American Petroleum Institute, July 2010, 38 pages.

T. Considine, R. Watson, S. Blumsack, "The Economic Impacts of the Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale Natural Gas Play: An Update," The Pennsylvania State University, Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering, May 2010, 21 pages.

Abstracts and Presentations

Expert Testimony:

"Impact of Environmental Regulations on Natural Gas Drilling and Rural Job Creation: The Case of New York State." U.S. House of Representatives Rural Solutions Working Group, Washington, DC, September 29, 2010.

"Economic Impacts of Developing the Quebec Utica Shale," Bureau des Audiences Publiques sur l'Environnment, St. Hyacinth, Quebec, October 12, 2010.


"PRB Coal Powering America," Rocky Mountain Coal Mining Institute, Sheridan, WY, September 2010.

"Natural Gas Development and Employment." Natural Gas Caucus, U.S. Senate, Washington, DC., September 2010.

"Coal Development and Leasing Policy Issues," Coal Caucus Briefing, U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, DC., July 2010.

"Natural Gas Development in New York State," Panel Discussant, Manhattan Institute, New York, NY, February 2010.


ECON/ERS 1300: Oil: Business, Culture and Power

ECON 5340: Applied Econometrics

Graduate Students

Xiaoli Zheng, "The economics and environmental impacts of the Chinese iron and steel industry," M.S. Thesis, Department of Economics and Finance.

Alisa Sergiivna Puchkova, "The economics and environmental impacts of compressed natural gas use in vehicles," M.S. Thesis, Department of Economics and Finance.


"Center for Energy Economics and Public Policy," School of Energy Resources, University of Wyoming, co-principal investigator with David Finnoff, Robert Godby, Charles Mason, Owen Phillips, and Klass van't Veld, January 2010 - December 2012.

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