Kirsty advises energy and utility firms on strategy, regulation and energy economics, including in connection with commercial disputes and litigation.

About Kirsty

Kirsty is a Principal at Arthur D. Little, based in our London office, working predominantly on energy economics, dispute resolution and regulatory affairs in the gas and power sectors.

Since joining Arthur D. Little in 2004, Kirsty has worked extensively on market liberalization, value-chain analysis, energy supply and demand, gas transmission pricing and cost analytics in connection with M&A, market-entry strategies, regulatory submissions, infrastructure project development, commercial disputes and litigation.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, she held several energy-industry roles, including developing procurement strategies for industrial gas and power buyers, retail-process redesign, corporate strategy and energy trading in the UK and Europe. She also worked on commercial contract optimization and operations, risk management and transaction support.

Using industry expertise and international experience, Kirsty helps companies achieve significant financial benefits via regulatory and commercial processes. Combining stakeholder engagement with robust analytics and argumentation, using diverse techniques and vast quantities of data, is her daily challenge.

Past Experience
EIC
Market Intelligence & Procurement, Europe
TXU Europe Energy Trading
Optimization/Risk/M&A Analyst
Eastern Electricity
Corporate Strategy Analyst
Education
University of Nottingham
German and Russian, BA Hons