Mr. Nathan leads Energy Intelligence’s global gas and LNG research practice area and its Gas and LNG Research service. He focuses on demand drivers, supply risk, contracting and pricing trends, government priorities, corporate gas value chain strategy and new markets. Recent and forthcoming industry conference presentation topics include the impact of strategic drift in corporate gas strategy, the future of low-carbon LNG and potential for a global gas pricing regime reset. He has spent his career writing on energy matters and advising oil companies, institutional investors and other stakeholders on oil and gas markets, opportunities and risks. Prior to joining Energy Intelligence, Mr. Nathan served as Associate Director, Energy and Geopolitical Research at Burnham Securities Inc. and Assistant Vice President, Energy and Geopolitical Research at Hoenig & Co., Inc., focusing on oil markets, along with the Middle East and FSU regions. Mr. Nathan has an MA in International Political Economy and Development from Fordham University, following a BA in Political Science from George Washington University.