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John H. Jennrich

Senior Adviser To the Administrator

Energy Information Administration

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Energy Information Administration

Background Information

Employment History

Senior Adviser To the Administrator

U.S. Energy Information Administration


Energy Industry Analyst

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission


Editor

Oil & Gas Journal


Writer and Editor, Reston

Va. U.S.A


Affiliations

Institute for Energy Research

Senior Fellow


Education

bachelor's degree

political science

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


master's degree

journalism


Web References(9 Total References)


The Institute for Energy Research

www.instituteforenergyresearch.org [cached]

John Jennrich


The Institute for Energy Research

www.instituteforenergyresearch.org [cached]

John JennrichThe Institute for Energy ResearchJohn JennrichJohn H. Jennrich Senior FellowJohn Jennrich is an energy industry analyst for the Division of Energy Market Oversight at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).He writes and edits a Weekly Market Review and edits material slated for the new market oversight sector of FERC's Web site.He also has served as editor and publications manager for major, published FERC staff reports. Before his current position, Jennrich was vice president of corporate communications for a Fortune 500 energy company and a freelance writer and editor specializing in energy. For 12 years Jennrich was editor of Natural Gas Week and Natural Gas Week International , two newsletters that he founded; he also served as editor of The Oil Daily.Previously, he was Washington editor of Oil & Gas Journal . In his journalistic career, he has authored more than 1,100 columns and editorials, with most of those covering natural gas, oil and electricity issues from coast to coast and from Alaska's North Slope to Venezuela.Jennrich is known for his thorough, timely and accurate reporting as well as for his opinion columns on the motivations and strategies of producers, pipelines, retailers, wholesalers, politicos, lawyers, lobbyists and government bureaucrats.He has been accused of being a Republican, a Democrat, a Libertarian and several other choices - but, mostly, he is an energy journalist for a free society. Jennrich earned a master's degree in journalism and a bachelor's degree in political science (minor in international affairs), both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill . He also completed the Executive Development Program on Change Management at the University of Pennsylvania 's Wharton School .


The Institute for Energy Research

www.energyrealism.org [cached]

John JennrichThe Institute for Energy ResearchJohn JennrichJohn H. Jennrich Senior FellowJohn Jennrich is an energy industry analyst for the Division of Energy Market Oversight at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).He writes and edits a Weekly Market Review and edits material slated for the new market oversight sector of FERC's Web site.He also has served as editor and publications manager for major, published FERC staff reports. Before his current position, Jennrich was vice president of corporate communications for a Fortune 500 energy company and a freelance writer and editor specializing in energy. For 12 years Jennrich was editor of Natural Gas Week and Natural Gas Week International , two newsletters that he founded; he also served as editor of The Oil Daily.Previously, he was Washington editor of Oil & Gas Journal . In his journalistic career, he has authored more than 1,100 columns and editorials, with most of those covering natural gas, oil and electricity issues from coast to coast and from Alaska's North Slope to Venezuela.Jennrich is known for his thorough, timely and accurate reporting as well as for his opinion columns on the motivations and strategies of producers, pipelines, retailers, wholesalers, politicos, lawyers, lobbyists and government bureaucrats.He has been accused of being a Republican, a Democrat, a Libertarian and several other choices - but, mostly, he is an energy journalist for a free society. Jennrich earned a master's degree in journalism and a bachelor's degree in political science (minor in international affairs), both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill . He also completed the Executive Development Program on Change Management at the University of Pennsylvania 's Wharton School .


The Institute for Energy Research

www.iertx.org [cached]

John JennrichThe Institute for Energy ResearchJohn JennrichJohn H. Jennrich Senior FellowJohn Jennrich is on the staff of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), where he serves as editor and publications manager for major, published staff reports.He also prepares the Daily Energy Report and Weekly Progress Report for the Office of Market Oversight and Investigations.Before his current position, Jennrich was vice president of corporate communications for a Fortune 500 energy company and a freelance writer and editor specializing in energy. For 12 years Jennrich was editor of Natural Gas Week and Natural Gas Week International , two newsletters that he founded; he also served as editor of The Oil Daily.Previously, he was Washington editor of Oil & Gas Journal . In his journalistic career, he has authored more than 1,100 columns and editorials, with most of those covering natural gas, oil and electricity issues from coast to coast and from Alaska's North Slope to Venezuela.Jennrich is known for his thorough, timely and accurate reporting as well as for his opinion columns on the motivations and strategies of producers, pipelines, retailers, wholesalers, politicos, lawyers, lobbyists and government bureaucrats.He has been accused of being a Republican, a Democrat, a Libertarian and several other choices - but, mostly, he is an energy journalist for a free society. Jennrich earned a master's degree in journalism and a bachelor's degree in political science (minor in international affairs), both from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill . He also completed the Executive Development Program on Change Management at the University of Pennsylvania 's Wharton School .


Energy Economists Rock Oil Tour -American Oil & Gas History

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John Jennrich of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission photographs the group during a 2009 visit to the Edwin L. Drake Memorial in Titusville, Pennslylvania.
"There are a quite a few members in our chapter with a passion for energy history and our industrial heritage" said Adam Sieminski, Deutsche Bank energy analyst, who helped organize the trip along with Michelle McCaughey from the American Petroleum Institute (API), John Jennrich, from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, who volunteered to be the official photographer, and NCAC treasurer Mark Lively, at Utility Economic Engineers.


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