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Dalan McEndree

Contributor since: 10 Aug 2015

Dalan McEndree

Dalan McEndree has a BA in history, MA in European History, M.Phil. in Russian and Soviet history, Soviet economics, and International economics, and MBA in finance and marketing. He also studied at the East European Institute of Berlin’s Free University and the U.S. Army Russian Institute in Garmisch, Germany (now the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies). His career has focused on the Soviet Union and Russia, and has included fifteen years in Russia as a U.S. diplomat, in business, working both for international and Russian businesses, and in consulting. He is also the author of several self-published Russia-focused murder mysteries, and two satires.

Latest articles from Dalan

  • Does Doha Matter?

    Published 15 April 2016 | viewed 12,554 times

    Does Doha matter? Not really, the consensus in the media seems to be. Press reports describe the supporting cast in the Doha drama— Venezuela, Angola,…

  • Advantage U.S. In The Global Petroleum Showdown?

    Published 02 April 2016 | viewed 20,433 times

    Is the crude stock data in the EIA’s Weekly Petroleum Status Report (Table 1 in the report) a useful tool for judging the prospects for…

  • Why North-American Oil Is Positioned To Win In The Long-Run

    Published 23 March 2016 | viewed 16,190 times

    Did U.S. investors complete the U.S. E&P’s revolutionary transformation of the global oil market at the end of February? Very possibly, yes. At a time…

  • Putin’s Dilemma: To Sell Or To Nationalize Oil Assets

    Published 15 March 2016 | viewed 17,276 times

    According to a March 11 Bloomberg article, the Russian government is considering changes in the tax regime for the Russian oil and gas industry in…

  • Why OPEC Production Freeze Could Pave The Way For Actual Cuts

    Published 17 February 2016 | viewed 22,473 times

    Defying skepticism that their countries could agree on any measures to stabilize global crude markets and prices, Saudi Petroleum and Natural Resource Minister Ali al-Naimi…

  • The Hidden Agenda Behind Saudi Arabia’s Market Share Strategy

    Published 11 February 2016 | viewed 46,608 times

    Do the Saudis have an oil market strategy beyond pumping crude to defend their market share? Are they indifferent to which countries’ oil industries survive?…

  • Russia Cries Dyadya (Uncle), Is Saudi Arabia Listening?

    Published 01 February 2016 | viewed 27,283 times

    In recent days, signs of a possible breakthrough in the year-long stand-off between Russia and Saudi Arabia on crude production strategy have emerged. Saudi Arabia,…

  • Is This The Bottom? Balance In Oil Markets Closer Than Many Think

    Published 18 January 2016 | viewed 20,997 times

    Is the End in Sight? Following a week in which both Brent ($28.94) and WTI ($29.70) crude prices tumbled below $30 per barrel, it might…

  • Saudi Aramco IPO More About Geopolitics Than Finance

    Published 13 January 2016 | viewed 25,579 times

    In the first week of 2016, Saudi deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, in an interview with the Economist, revealed that the Saudi government is…

  • Was Iran’s Claim About Ramping Up Oil Production Just Hype?

    Published 09 January 2016 | viewed 22,789 times

    Lost in the financial market turmoil in the first weeks of 2016 has been the abrupt change in Iran’s public posture on its post-sanctions oil…

  • EU Could Break Gazprom’s Business Model

    Published 10 December 2015 | viewed 10,616 times

    This month, Gazprom Deputy Chief Executive Officer Alexander Medvedev heads to Brussels to meet with EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager as part of Gazprom’s continuing…

  • Are OPEC Countries Creditworthy At $50 Crude?

    Published 30 November 2015 | viewed 12,190 times

    As the December 4, 2015 OPEC meeting in Vienna approaches, all eyes are on Saudi Arabia and its Gulf Arab allies in OPEC—Kuwait, United Arab…

  • OPEC’s Bad Bet By The Numbers

    Published 17 November 2015 | viewed 15,838 times

    What will happen to the economic fortunes of OPEC members if it turns out the Saudis and their Gulf Arab allies (UAE, Kuwait, and Qatar)…

  • Can Russia Withstand Saudi Onslaught In The European Oil Market?

    Published 10 November 2015 | viewed 18,920 times

    Is Saudi determination to continue to defend its global crude market share and to let market forces determine crude prices finally unnerving Russia in general…

  • Putin Is Taking A Big Risk With China Gas Deals

    Published 31 October 2015 | viewed 21,597 times

    “No Putin, then no Russia today.”First deputy Chief of the Kremlin administration, Vyacheslav Volodin, at the 2014 meeting of the Valdai Club. As the above…

  • Iran May Not Be That Attractive To Oil Industry After All

    Published 26 October 2015 | viewed 13,015 times

    Iranian officials last week informally presented to several Western energy companies and Iranian contracting and production companies the contract it hopes will attract $100 billion…

  • Oil Market Showdown: Can Russia Outlast The Saudis?

    Published 17 October 2015 | viewed 32,069 times

    “Two men enter, one man leaves, two men enter, one man leaves, two men enter…” Mad Max: Beyond ThunderdomeNovember 27, oil consuming countries will celebrate the…

  • Is Russia Plotting To Bring Down OPEC?

    Published 03 October 2015 | viewed 29,691 times

    President Putin’s recent moves in the Middle East—to shore up Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria through deployment of combat aircraft, equipment, and manpower and build-out…

  • Can The Saudi Economy Resist ‘Much Lower For Much Longer’?

    Published 19 September 2015 | viewed 18,995 times

    We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately. - Benjamin Franklin, at the signing of the U.S. Declaration of Independence- The…

  • Why Saudi Arabia’s Pursuit Of Market Share Is Self-Defeating

    Published 10 September 2015 | viewed 19,542 times

    The Saudis are on track to sacrifice ~$100 billion in crude export revenues in 2015, or 45 percent of 2014’s ~$219 billion in crude export…

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