Philip Moeller

Based in Washington DC, former Commissioner Philip Moeller left the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in October 2015 as not only the second-longest serving member in the history of FERC, but also the only person in the federal government in a Senate-confirmed position who was nominated by both President George W Bush and President Barack Obama. While serving on the Commission, he focused on policies that encouraged the construction of additional electric transmission and interstate natural gas infrastructure and policies promoting well-functioning wholesale markets. He was a national leader in promoting improved coordination between the electric industry and the natural gas industries as the United States moves towards burning significantly more natural gas to meet electricity demand. Prior to serving on the Commission, Mr Moeller headed the Washington office of Alliant Energy, worked in the Washington office of Calpine Corporation, and served on the Washington DC staff of Senator Slade Gorton. He was previously the staff coordinator of the Washington State Senate Energy, Utilities and Telecommunications Committee in Olympia, Washington.
Bio last updated 08 Jun 2017

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Total Shareholder Return as at 28/02/19

1 year TSR5 year TSR
286thLiquefied Natural Gas-3%8%
358thAustralian Potash-15%22%
445th88 Energy-30%-10%
489thNew Century Resources-34%26%
708thClassic Minerals-60%-51%
730 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
Source: Morningstar


Non-Executive Director
Year started and most recent title


90th↑88 Energy$1.9m
91st↑Australian Potash$1.9m
92nd↑Liquefied Natural Gas$1.9m
93rd↑New Century Resources$1.9m
94th↑Classic Minerals$1.8m
487 listed resources companies ranked by revenue.
Source: Morningstar

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