JR. CHAIR IN PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS ECONOMIC UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING
Jr. Professor of Petroleum and Natural Gas Economics in the Department of Economics and Finance at the University of Wyoming. He is an internationally-known scholar who specializes in Environmental and Resource Economics. He served as the managing editor of the top international journal in this field, the Journal of Environmental Economics and Management, from 2006-2011. His current research interests include modeling prices for crude oil and natural gas, the role of delivery infrastructure in natural gas markets, and motivations to hold stockpiles of oil and gas. Chuck has a BA and PhD in Economics and a BA in Mathematics, all from the University of California at Berkeley.