Douglas B. Reynolds, Ph.D. is an economist at Alaska Chena Associates. He was a professor of petroleum and energy economics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks for over 20 years. He has lived, worked and studied in Norway, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Poland, France, Turkey, India, China, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Thailand, Cambodia, Uzbekistan, much of the European Union, and Russia. He has worked on economic models for Alaskan natural gas pipeline projects and North Slope costs and housing issues. He has published multiple articles, books and book chapters and has an academic Google Hirsch Index of 15, i-100 index of 2, and an i-10 index of 19.
He has done research in oil and natural gas supply, Alaskan natural gas pipeline projects and Alaska’s oil fiscal system. He has extensive experience in Alaska’s and the world’s oil, natural gas and energy industries.
Dr. Reynolds has expertise for conducting potential research in: Energy Economics, Renewables, Petroleum Fiscal Systems, Historic Energy Engineering Development, (along the lines of Vaclav Smil’s General Energetics), Energy systems such as LNG or electric utility systems, Energy Infrastructure, Wood and Coal heating systems, and Strategic policy in energy.