Michael Levi Joins ClearView Energy Partners, LLC as Senior Advisor


ClearView Energy Partners, LLC is pleased to announce that Michael Levi has joined the Firm as Senior Advisor.

About Michael Levi

Mr. Levi previously served as a special assistant to President Obama for energy and economic policy on the National Economic Council staff, where his work on energy and environment issues included domestic and global oil, gas and product markets and geopolitics; the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS); and the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). Mr. Levi also led economic policy development on autonomous and connected vehicles and semiconductors.

Previously, Mr. Levi was the David M. Rubenstein senior fellow for energy and the environment at the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), where he wrote widely read and debated books regarding the future of energy, Chinese commodities strategy and nuclear terrorism. He also led CFR's Maurice R. Greenberg Center for Geoeconomic Studies, a leading center for the study of international economics and economic policy. Mr. Levi has also been a fellow at the Brookings Institution. He holds a PhD in War Studies from King's College London and an M.A. in physics from Princeton.

About ClearView Energy Partners, LLC

Founded in January 2009 and headquartered in Washington, D.C., ClearView Energy Partners, LLC (“CVEP”) is an independent research firm that serves institutional investors and corporate strategists by assessing macro policy and economic trends that impact energy supply, demand and price.

CVEP’s experienced research team employs a transparent, data-backed methodology that relies on more than one thousand quantitative and qualitative frameworks and models. CVEP research coverage includes: electricity; energy transportation; fuels, vehicles and refining; geopolitics; oil, natural gas and coal; power alternatives and U.S. policy.

Outside the office, CVEP senior analysts actively contribute to energy education by participating in forums convened by industry, U.S. and international governments, academic institutions and not-for-profit organizations.

CVEP does not represent, advocate or lobby for public or private energy interests in any capacity.