Daniel Raimi works on a range of energy policy issues with a focus on oil and gas systems, natural resource taxation, electricity systems, and climate change. He is particularly interested in the long-term implications of domestic oil and gas development for local communities, state governments, and federal climate policy. Between 2012 and 2015, he visited every major onshore oil and gas play in the United States, and in 2017 will publish a book based on those travels that examines key oil and gas policy issues.
Raimi received his master’s degree in public policy from Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy and his bachelor’s degree in music from Wesleyan University. He has published in academic journals including Science, Environmental Science and Technology, and the Journal of Economic Perspectives; popular outlets including the New Republic, Newsweek, and Fortune; and presented his research for policymakers, industry, and other stakeholders around the United States and internationally.
Raimi is in RFF’s Energy and Climate Program.
Master of public policy, Duke University, 2012
BA in music, Wesleyan University, 2003
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