Brandon Thurner has over a decade of energy, environmental, and international trade and development experience in both the US Government and private sector.
He currently provides management and program analysis as an on-site management analyst in the Office of Fossil Energy at the US DOE. He collects and analyzes US natural gas export and import data from both energy and international trading relationship perspectives. He has also conducted extensive legislative reviews of several energy and environmental bills and acts.
Brandon has helped international trade lawyers to prepare complex antidumping and countervailing duty statutory trade remedy cases for filing at the US Department of Commerce (DOC) and the US International Trade Commission.
He has graduate student level work experience at the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and the DOC. He has a proven ability to read and interpret complex legislation and to implement large-scale statutory programs.
Brandon earned his master’s degree in international commerce and policy from the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University and his BS in business administration from Alfred University.