Brian Milne

DTN Refined Fuels Editor
Brian L Milne

Brian Milne manages Refined Fuel's editorial content, spot price discovery activity and cash market analysis for real-time commodity information services company Telvent DTN's energy segment. He is also the editor for OilSpot, a weekly newsletter for fuel marketers, buyers and sellers. Milne has 15 years experience in the energy industry as an analyst, journalist and editor, serving as managing editor for Btu publications and journalist with Bridge Information Systems America before joining DTN in 1999. His industry and market focus have included natural gas, electricity during its move to deregulated markets in the late 1990s, the downstream petroleum industry, ethanol and biodiesel. Milne graduated magna cum laude from Monmouth University in New Jersey with a B.A. in history and an interdisciplinary in political science.

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