Matt leads the market analytics and research development efforts for AEGIS. He brings over 20 years of experience in energy markets research, trading, technology deployment, and management consulting.
Matt's experience extends across the entire petroleum barrel, and beyond. He led supply-side modeling for natural gas at Platts Bentek during the emergence of U.S. shale development. He also launched the firm's oil-market research, counseling producers, banks, and trading houses on how to understand and exploit the rise of U.S. oil production.
He led trading research for ethane, propane, butanes, natural gasoline, ethylene, propylene, and Henry Hub natural gas at Cargill, a prominent risk-management and then-global energy trading company. As necessary, his coverage extended to U.S. power markets, coal, and refined products.
At AEGIS, Matt launched research into not just these commodities, but also those that are adjacent to and affect oil, gas, and NGLs prices.
Matt's client work at AEGIS has included scenario testing of client financial-statement price sensitivities, network models for natural gas basis and oil differentials, valuation risk of transportation contracts, and effectiveness of statistical hedges when risks cannot be determined by traditional means.