Harry Vidas is a recognized authority on oil, gas, and other supply; geologic carbon sequestration; and energy markets. Mr. Vidas leads a team of geologists, engineers, and economists to analyze North American and World fuel supplies, transportation infrastructure, and end-use. He has experience directing projects related to international oil and natural gas supply, gas processing, LNG production and shipping, pipeline transmission, underground storage, gas-to-liquids processes, biofuels, synthetic fuels, and end-use markets. He has managed several high-profile studies for governments and industrial organizations involving multiple team members and complex analytical issues. His recent work has included ICF projects related U.S. crude oil export polices, regulations of rail car safety of crude oil and other flammable liquids, the effects of low oil prices on future U.S. oil and natural gas infrastructure needs, waterborne transportation of energy and other products, and LNG exports from the U.S. and Canada. He has conducted market analyses and prepared expert economic impact reports for several planned U.S. LNG export projects.
Harry received a B.A. in History and Economics, summa cum laude from Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire and an M.A. in International Relations and Economics from Johns Hopkins University School for Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C.