Risks are mounting on both the supply and demand side of global oil markets.
From new bilateral investment treaties to the rise of regional arbitration centers, the rules of the game for African foreign investment are changing – and investors need to change with them.
Pakistan’s water issues will go from bad to worse after glaciers in the Indus Basin pass the peak water mark later this century.
There seems little Washington can do to prevent Iraq becoming a key Iranian trading partner and energy customer.
Alleged improprieties unearthed by the BBC might be a case of doing more harm than good.
Should the Saudi government be worried about its growing budget deficit?
Two instances of sabotage on Saudi oil infrastructure suggest the possibility of Iranian blowback from mounting tensions with the United States.
President Ramaphosa inherited a dire national energy outlook, but one that’s not without its own opportunities.
Glacier shrinkage in the Lake Balkhash basin is set to exacerbate water shortages in an already arid part of the world, creating a potential water conflict between China and Kazakhstan.
A developing Africa needs an energy policy that works with several external partners and reconciles industrial progress with environmental sustainability.