Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas
Garrett Golding is a senior business economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. In this role, he analyzes and forecasts trends in oil and gas markets, geopolitics and the energy transition. He also briefs Dallas Fed President Lorie Logan on these issues in preparation of Federal Open Market Committee meetings.
A frequent public speaker and Dallas Fed Economics blog contributor, his work has been cited in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, CNN, Reuters, Bloomberg and other major outlets. Prior to joining the Dallas Fed, Golding held positions at Pioneer Natural Resources, Rapidan Energy Group and the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce. A native of the Dallas area, Golding earned a BA at Baylor University and an MA at the U.S. Naval War College. He is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
- “Texas electrical grid remains vulnerable to extreme weather events,” Dallas Fed Economics, January 17, 2023.
- “High Fuel Prices in the U.S. May Crimp Oil Demand Soon,” Dallas Fed Economics, June 21, 2022.
- “Don’t Look to Oil Companies to Lower High Retail Gasoline Prices,” with Lutz Kilian, Dallas Fed Economics, May 10, 2022.
- “A Ban on U.S. Crude Oil Exports Would Not Lower Gasoline Prices at the Pump,” with Lutz Kilian, Dallas Fed Economics, January 04, 2022.
- “Surging Renewable Energy in Texas Prompts Electricity Generation Adequacy Questions,” Dallas Fed Economics, August 17, 2021.
- “Spotlight: Oil Patch Productivity Rises; Jobs Vanish,” with Sean Howard, Southwest Economy, no. 2, 2021.
- “Cost of Texas’ 2021 Deep Freeze Justifies Weatherization,” with Anil Kumar and Karel Mertens, Dallas Fed Economics, April 15, 2021.
- “Anticipated Federal Restrictions Would Slow Permian Basin Production,” with Kunal Patel, Dallas Fed Economics, March 04, 2021.
- “Falling Oil Prices Drag Down U.S. Business Investment,” with Martin Stuermer and Jesse Thompson, Dallas Fed Economics, May 14, 2020.
- “Don’t Expect U.S. Shale Producers to Respond Quickly to Geopolitical Disruption,” Dallas Fed Economics, October 03, 2019.