Ruben Moreno


Litigation and Dispute Resolution

Market Analysis and Resource Planning:
Distributed generation, Energy contracts, Integrated resource planning, Procurement and hedging advisory, Risk management policies and programs

Ruben Moreno

Vice President

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Summary of Experience

Ruben Moreno has more than twenty-six years of experience helping large consumers or producers of energy optimize expenditures, revenues, and investments. He is a specialist in risk management, quantitative methods, and statistical analysis. He has advised on the exposures of a US$10 billion portfolio and also has broad experience in management consulting and teaching. His experience includes a broad range of fuels (oil, natural gas, coal, wind, solar and hydro), differing generating technologies, and extensive transactional experience supporting clients design and implement energy procurement practices to identify how much to purchase, when and why.

Mr. Moreno’s risk management experience includes: designing, valuing, supervising, and implementing market transactions for more than 40GW of generation/load and the associated fuels; creating a risk-based analytical framework to evaluate the value of a power plant and negotiating the value, avoiding a 40% increase in the cost of operating the plant; and auditing the risk management function of a wholesale energy trader on behalf of its regulated owner, which involved the evaluation of VaR calculation and portfolio aggregation.

Mr. Moreno holds an M.S. in Economics from the University of Texas and an M.B.A. and B.A. from the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM) in Mexico. He also completed the Leadership Acceleration Program at the University of Notre Dame. He is fluent in English and Spanish, speaks conversational German, and holds a Top Secret Security Clearance.


Leadership Acceleration Program, University of Notre Dame

M.S., Economics, University of Texas

M.B.A., Finance, ITESM (Mexico)

B.A., ITESM (Mexico)

Technician – Accounting, ITM (Mexico)

Testified Before

Guam Public Utilities Commission; Minnesota Public Utility Commission; National Energy Board (Canada); Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York; Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board; Public Utility Commission of Oregon; Régie de L’Energie du Québec; Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission; U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee; Public Utility Commission of Texas; State Office of Administrative Hearings (Texas)


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