Oil & Gas
Transmission & Distribution
MBA, The Wharton School
BS in Civil Engineering, Lehigh University
Dan Hoerig is a Client Services Senior Director at MRV Consulting. To this role, Mr. Hoerig brings over 40 years of experience in providing consulting services related to business valuations and purchase price allocations for federal reporting, tax planning, and financing compliance matters to both publicly traded and privately held multinational corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies.
Over the course of his career, Mr. Hoerig has developed expertise in the power and utilities sector, with a focus on renewable energy. Prior to joining MRV Consulting, Mr. Hoerig worked with the Deloitte Valuation Group for 15 years in its energy, infrastructure, telecommunications, leasing, print media, and financial institution practices. He played a key leadership role in the development and growth of Deloitte’s structured finance practice from yearly revenues of $200,000 to over $10 million per year. This practice encompassed the financing, primarily through lease structures, of large industrial and infrastructure assets. Mr. Hoerig’s primary focus was electric generation (fossil fuels, waste-to-energy, renewables) and rail equipment (locomotives, rolling stock, passenger cars, hi-speed trainsets) and related facilities.
In addition to valuations for major US utilities and independent power producers, he worked on projects for major electric companies in the Netherlands, Germany, and Ireland. On the rail side, Mr. Hoerig worked with Amtrak, New Jersey Transit, Chicago Transit Authority, domestically, and internationally was involved with rail valuations in Australia, Sweden, Belgium, Netherlands, France, and Switzerland. Other large assets included all types of corporate and retail real estate, large industrial facilities, and a variety of ships. Mr. Hoerig also has strong expertise with business valuation assignments for a variety of purposes including trusts and estates, dispute resolution, among others.
Mr. Hoerig practiced as a civil engineer for over four years in heavy construction and worked several years as a financial analyst in mergers and acquisitions after earning his master's degree in business administration from The Wharton School.