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Damir Kaletovic

Contributor since: 12 Jan 2017

Damir Kaletovic

Damir Kaletovic is an award-winning investigative journalist, documentary filmmaker and expert on Southeastern Europe whose work appears on behalf of Divergente Research.

Latest articles from Damir

  • Geopolitical Stakes Are Huge On This Tiny Island

    Published 08 December 2018 | viewed 12,675 times

    The specter of a rumored U.S. military buildup in Cyprus that would draw a major Russian response now adds to the ongoing Greek Cypriot-Turkish conflict…

  • Russia's Latest Geopolitical Power Grab Is Going Unnoticed

    Published 29 October 2018 | viewed 12,113 times

    Taking a page from the Chinese book of soft power, Mother Russia is moving in on Serbia with the end goal of state capture—and one…

  • UK Wind Power Capacity To Nearly Double By 2030

    Published 24 July 2018 | viewed 4,218 times

    The amount of offshore wind in the UK is set to nearly double in the next decade after the Government confirmed support for the industry.…

  • Norway Oil Strike Ends Just As Another Is Set to Begin

    Published 20 July 2018 | viewed 10,350 times

    Britain’s largest workers union, Unite the Union, threatened strike action on Equinor’s Mariner oil platform, the union said on Friday, and yet another strike on…

  • Shell May Finally Get Rid Of Disputed Nigerian Licenses

    Published 20 July 2018 | viewed 13,928 times

    Royal Dutch Shell has reportedly started talks for the potential $2-billion sale of two disputed Nigerian oil licenses and their infrastructure assets, according to Bloomberg,…

  • In Rare Move, Musk Reveals Weekly Production Numbers

    Published 20 July 2018 | viewed 5,990 times

    It seems we didn't have to wait too long for Elon Musk's reaction after the note written by top Wall Street analyst Rajvindra Gill from…

  • New York Dismisses Mayor’s Case Against Big Oil

    Published 20 July 2018 | viewed 6,262 times

    A Manhattan Federal Court judge has dismissed a federal lawsuit filed by mayor Bill de Blasio seeking damages from major oil companies for contributing to…

  • Lack Of Wind Leaves UK Turbine Investors Short-Changed

    Published 20 July 2018 | viewed 6,783 times

    It’s been a stifling summer of disappointment for investors in the UK’s wind farms, which a heatwave has put at a standstill that’s seen a…

  • Tesla Stock Slips On Model 3 Cancellations

    Published 20 July 2018 | viewed 5,513 times

    Tesla (TLSA) stock price fell about 2.5 percent, after a Needham analyst, Rajvindra Gill, downgraded it with his concerns about an increasing rate of Model…

  • How China Will Win The Solar Race

    Published 17 July 2018 | viewed 9,804 times

    More than a decade ago, China overtook the U.S. as the world's biggest carbon dioxide emitter. Today, it’s going for a complete 360 with a…

  • Iraqi Protests Threaten Oil Production

    Published 16 July 2018 | viewed 9,163 times

    At least five people have been killed since the beginning of protests in southern Iraq’s oil hub earlier this month, as security forces respond with…

  • Iraqi Court To Hear Oil Export Argument With Kurds In May

    Published 09 April 2018 | viewed 9,264 times

    Normalizing relations between the Iraqi central government and Iraqi Kurdistan will take a new twist beginning in May when Iraq’s top court starts hearings on…

  • Exxon’s Favorable Guyana Oil Deal Won’t Happen Again

    Published 09 April 2018 | viewed 12,426 times

    The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is calling on the authorities of Guyana to revamp their tax laws for future oil contracts to protect themselves from…

  • Barclays: Expect $51 Oil This Year

    Published 28 March 2018 | viewed 29,300 times

    As oil continues to pair Monday gains on soaring U.S. crude inventory, Barclays is calling a $51-per-barrel price on WTI by the third and fourth…

  • Mexico May Have Just Held Its Last Oil Auction

    Published 28 March 2018 | viewed 10,502 times

    In what may be Mexico’s last oil auction amid a possible presidential election shakeup, the Mexican authorities on Tuesday auctioned off 35 oil and gas…

  • Iraq Employs Drones To Monitor Oil Pipelines

    Published 18 December 2017 | viewed 6,423 times

    The Iraqi government announced plans to use drones to monitor and protect its export and production pipelines in the first quarter of next year. Reuters…

  • Nigerian Oil Union Calls Off Strike

    Published 18 December 2017 | viewed 4,585 times

    On Monday, Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria (Pengassan) started an indefinite strike to protest the firing of its employees and unfair…

  • The Battle For Libyan Oil Is Heating Up

    Published 18 December 2017 | viewed 11,716 times

    Just as oil watchers wonder whether Libya’s ambitious oil production targets could undermine the OPEC deal, Libya’s General Haftar—the man largely responsible for freeing up…

  • Iraq And Kurdistan To Collaborate On Oil Production

    Published 26 October 2017 | viewed 9,224 times

    Iraqi government-owned North Oil Co. and Kurdish Kar Group are cooperating on pumping the oil from two fields that halted operations following the government military action…

  • Trump Passes Iran Nuclear Deal Back to Congress

    Published 13 October 2017 | viewed 17,177 times

    U.S. President Donald Trump is officially withdrawing his certification of Iranian compliance with the nuclear deal, in what is being billed as part of a…

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