From 2002 to 2004, I lived in Senegal and worked as a Peace Corps Volunteer in a town called Thiès.
The energy world changes rapidly. Technology, social and economic patterns, emergence of new sources, and depletion of old ones can
Since his ascension in 2013, Francis has rebelliously wielded the power of the papacy in in new and groundbreaking ways.
On the morning of May 31, Turkey took a new step in the complex dispute over gas: its first offshore
Energy underpins the grand strategies of world powers. China’s Belt and Road initiative builds commercial ties abroad to secure hydrocarbon
Commerce has spawned rivalries across the eastern Mediterranean for millennia. Hydrocarbons might be the last major commercial reason to sustain
From the United States to Argentina and Australia and now Bahrain, we hear a common refrain in 2018: shale is
Spring is a time of new beginnings. For those hoping Europe can curb its Russian gas habit, the earlier-than-planned inauguration
Donald Trump’s Twitter spat with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) last week, in which the American President
This article was first published on Morning Consult (morningconsult.com) on April 13, 2018. As the World Bank prepares to host
The resurgence of U.S. oil and gas production in recent years has been nothing short of staggering. In 2013, the
In the past year, peak oil demand has become a fixture in debates about the future of the global energy
Poison, cold weather, and natural gas: three things that Europeans would probably wish that they didn’t receive from Russia. Last
There are few more enduring themes in energy than the unpredictable and volatile geopolitics of Middle East oil, which have
Assuming Donald Trump moves ahead with his planned tariffs, the international trade community will need a way to hit Trump