Adani’s renewed scandal and financing challenges are calling the future of one of the world’s largest new coal mines into question.
Geopoliticalmonitor.com’s Jeremy James sits down with Anders Marvik, Vice President of EU Political Affairs Office at Statoil, to discuss the geopolitical risks and opportunities facing Statoil and the wider energy industry in 2017.
US LNG exports could be a key piece in the European Union’s energy security puzzle.
Although democratization has brought added scrutiny to joint ventures in Myanmar, the NLD government is very much in need of the infrastructure investment that China and India can offer.
Energy Union was struck a blow by the Brexit, but it can still bounce back.
The more the U.S. relinquishes its active role in international society, the less energy markets are determined by market forces.
Oman has adopted progressive policies compared to its neighbors in the MENA region, and it’s now reaping rewards in the field of energy investment.
Western states would prefer to deal with dictatorships to shore up their energy security.
Canada’s energy industry is bracing for another round of belt-tightening in the wake of OPEC’s recent meeting.
In his haste to punish Turkey, Putin may be undermining Russia’s long-term geopolitical position as a key energy supplier.