Scott C. Miller
Scott Miller is a member of the Postal Service team. His work consists of analysis and production of Postal costs. He also does research on cost of capital for public utilities, capital market forecasting, financial statement analysis, and other utility issues.
Scott C. Miller
Scott Miller joined Foster Associates in 1998. He is responsible for production and analysis of Postal Service costs by quarter and has participated in a number of international and domestic cost and revenue studies for the Postal Service. He has also performed research on cost of capital for public utilities, capital market forecasting, financial statement analysis, and other utility issues. Mr. Miller has participated in preparation of testimony on cost of capital in more than 35 cases, including the generic cost of capital cases in Alberta (2011) and British Columbia (2008). This work has included preparation of supporting schedules for testimony, review of testimony and the preparation of responses to interrogatories.
Focus on Postal Service and energy markets
Mr. Miller provides analysis on Postal Service costs. This work includes preparation of YTD quarterly costs by functional area, and comparisons against SPLY and the prior fiscal year. He provides analysis for delivery costs to incorporate methodology changes and alternative scenarios. Mr. Miller has also contributed to numerous international and domestic cost and revenue studies for the Postal Service.
Mr. Miller also has extensive experience in energy economics and antitrust studies. He has participated in the preparation of numerous energy studies, including Competitive Profile of Natural Gas Services-2005. This was a comprehensive report on the markets of more than 30 U.S. and Canadian pipelines, comprising interruptible services, capacity releases, off-system sales, customer entitlements, rates, system mapping, and financial information.
He is the chief contributor to the annual Foster Pipeline Financial Performance Report on major interstate pipelines. This report is an account of pipelines’ profitability, operational efficiency and financial integrity during the previous ten years. Mr. Miller has also researched energy market and financial data for natural gas and petroleum product forecasts and publications. Mr. Miller is trained in a number of micro and macroeconomic areas and works closely with a diverse range of computer software programs.
Foster Associates, 1998 to present
B.S. in Economics, Pennsylvania State University