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Oman Sets the Example for Governing Resource-Rich Economies in the Digital Age

05.24.19
  • Eastern Mediterranean Energy Center is Necessary

  • Kazakhstan: New President, New Diversified-Economy?

  • A Matter of Independence: Equinor and Drilling the Great Australian Bight

  • Russia’s Playbook for Middle East Energy Security

    04.11.19
  • SABIC, Aramco, and the Future of Downstream

  • A Fancy Hypocrisy: China, Australia and Coal Mania

  • Petro-Diplomacy: Venezuela, Iran, and the U.S.

  • Investing in the Caucasus: Overcoming Modern Myths

    01.04.19
  • The Hand that Won’t Sign the Paper: Adani’s Stalling Project

  • Happy Anniversary Kazakhstan: What Will the New Year Bring?

  • End the Handouts for Fossil Fuel

    12.02.18
  • Journey into Obsolescence: The Adani Carmichael Project

  • The Regulatory War on Alternative Energy

    10.17.18
  • Saudi Oil Shipment Halt: A Potential Watershed in the Yemen War

    07.26.18
  • Rosatom as a Tactic in Russia’s Foreign Policy

  • Fact vs. Fiction: Are Wind Turbines Making People Sick?

  • To Whom Does the World’s Oil Belong?

  • “The Stone Age Didn’t End Because We Ran out of Stones”

    02.15.18