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Daniel J. Graeber

Daniel Graeber is a writer and political analyst based in Michigan. His work on matters related to the geopolitical aspects of the global energy sector, as well as Iraq and broader Middle East developments, has been featured extensively with United Press International (UPI) as well as foreign media outlets. His academic contributions include an assessment of the U.S. doctrine of containment. He also teaches media literacy courses at Grand Valley State University.

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    Published 13 March 2014 | viewed 31,760 times

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    Published 10 March 2014 | viewed 7,262 times

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    Published 06 March 2014 | viewed 11,065 times

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  • Is the U.K. Ready for a Shale Revolution?

    Published 05 March 2014 | viewed 5,481 times

    British energy company Cuadrilla Resources said there is much more gas in northwest England than previously thought. There are lingering questions, however, as to whether…

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    Published 03 March 2014 | viewed 8,504 times

    The extreme winter weather pounding the eastern half of the United States is keeping many drivers at home. That means less demand along with lower…

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    Published 01 March 2014 | viewed 5,412 times

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    Published 26 February 2014 | viewed 10,828 times

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    Published 24 February 2014 | viewed 6,997 times

    BP is hard at work in the Gulf of Mexico, launching a third phase to a legacy project off the coast of New Orleans. Outside…

  • Power, Greed, Political Influence: Whose Energy Debate is This?

    Published 22 February 2014 | viewed 6,278 times

    Billionaire Tom Steyer launched a campaign to rival the conservative Koch brothers and supporters of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. A rival campaign that cost…

  • Bitter Irony in Venezuela's Oil Sector

    Published 19 February 2014 | viewed 6,857 times

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    Published 17 February 2014 | viewed 8,570 times

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says it's time to have a frank conversation about climate issues, putting the matter on the same footing as…

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    Published 15 February 2014 | viewed 14,227 times

    An annual index from IHS Jane's Terrorism and Insurgency Center said acts of violence committed by non-state actors since 2009 increased by more than 150…

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    Published 12 February 2014 | viewed 11,667 times

    Unplanned interruptions in the global oil supply chain last year were about 30 percent higher than in 2013, the U.S. Energy Department said. Much of…

  • Forget North Dakota, Texas is No. 1 for Oil

    Published 10 February 2014 | viewed 15,885 times

    Advances in drilling technology are expected to help North Dakota hit the 1 million barrel per day mark at some point this year. But it's…

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    Published 08 February 2014 | viewed 15,592 times

    U.S. policymakers are divided over what to do with the glut of domestic oil. Both sides of the debate craft their rhetoric around economic issues,…

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