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Daniel J. Graeber


Contributor since: 18 Jan 2012

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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Latest articles from Daniel

  • Pipelines Answer to U.S. Midstream Bottlenecks

    Published 05 February 2014 | viewed 6,722 times

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said in an executive order calling for more oversight on rail transit of crude oil that it's "historically safer" than…

  • Why Iran's Economy Might Not Get a Big Break from Sanctions

    Published 03 February 2014 | viewed 11,922 times

    Iran says it's received a little more than 10 percent of the oil money unlocked when it agreed to the terms of a nuclear agreement…

  • Why Europe Won't See Canadian Crude Anytime Soon

    Published 31 January 2014 | viewed 6,989 times

    Environmental groups in the European Union said they would consider taking a complaint against the European Commission to a top court in Luxembourg for reneging…

  • OPEC Preaches Stability while Making Unstable Bets

    Published 29 January 2014 | viewed 7,476 times

    OPEC Secretary-General Abdullah al-Badri said the 12-member cartel could make room for an increase in oil from Iran, Iraq and Libya. All three member states…

  • Kazakhstan Could Leave U.S. Shale in the Dust

    Published 27 January 2014 | viewed 12,117 times

    A consortium in Kazakhstan led by U.S. supermajor Chevron said it set a production record in the country's western Tengiz oil field and last week,…

  • EU Readies for Shale Gas Breakthrough

    Published 25 January 2014 | viewed 7,540 times

    Ukraine in May hosts a summit to explore the potential for shale oil and natural gas in Europe. Ukraine and its Eastern European neighbors may…

  • Algeria Ready for Oil and Gas Return

    Published 22 January 2014 | viewed 8,034 times

    Algeria announced the launch of a bidding round for more than 30 oil and gas fields in the OPEC member's territory. The solicitation comes a…

  • What Happens After the Shale Revolution?

    Published 20 January 2014 | viewed 7,598 times

    Saudi Oil Minister Ali al-Naimi said he viewed the increase in U.S. oil production as a new source of supply that will help stabilize oil…

  • Iran's Patience May Pay Off in Oil Markets

    Published 17 January 2014 | viewed 9,127 times

    The head of an Iranian committee on foreign investment said reaching an agreement on nuclear issues will encourage oil companies to take another look at…

  • Is Iraq's House Too Divided for Oil?

    Published 15 January 2014 | viewed 7,760 times

    During trading on the London stock exchange Wednesday, stock in Genel Energy took a nose dive after it announced imminent exports of Kurdish oil from…

  • Don't Count U.K. out of Global Energy Race Yet

    Published 13 January 2014 | viewed 5,159 times

    Chevron Corp. said its decision Monday to go ahead with the development of the Alder natural gas field in the British sector of the North…

  • It's not too Early to Review Drilling Efficiency

    Published 11 January 2014 | viewed 5,890 times

    The U.S. oil industry's lobbying group said it wanted greater access to energy reserves for the benefit of the American people. For the industry itself,…

  • Mother Nature Sends Oil Sector Strong Message

    Published 09 January 2014 | viewed 12,453 times

    British Prime Minister David Cameron said he suspected the recent extreme winter weather may be a result of climate change, something the World Meteorological Organization…

  • Why the U.S. Oil Boom may go off the Rails

    Published 06 January 2014 | viewed 15,274 times

    Lawmakers and U.S. regulators began asking questions about the safety of transporting oil on the nation's rail system following a December derailment in North Dakota.…

  • Kurdish Oil Export Deal may Seal Iraq's Fate

    Published 04 January 2014 | viewed 7,153 times

    The Turkish Energy Ministry said crude oil from the Kurdish north of Iraq would be stored at a Mediterranean port to cater to Baghdad's stake…

  • Prospects Grim for Libyan Oil Recovery

    Published 31 December 2013 | viewed 51,998 times

    Libyan oil production failed to make the grade for much of the year and there are few signs of improvement on the horizon. High on…

  • Israel's Gas Ambitions Put National Security at Risk

    Published 30 December 2013 | viewed 10,230 times

    The Israeli government said it would tap into new-found natural gas supplies in the Mediterranean Sea in an effort to wean its economy off oil.…

  • Gazprom Flag Planted Firmly in Arctic

    Published 30 December 2013 | viewed 11,022 times

    Greenpeace International continued to express alarm over oil activity in the pristine arctic climate even as the last of its non-Russian activists were freed from…

  • Why Oil is Mightier than the Sword for U.S. Foreign Policy

    Published 28 December 2013 | viewed 24,374 times

    The American Petroleum Institute said the United States is emerging as a superpower in terms of energy and should use that leverage by exporting crude…

  • Where is the U.S. Wind Energy Sector Headed?

    Published 28 December 2013 | viewed 11,870 times

    In mid-December, the U.S. Interior Department announced plans to auction off more than 79,000 maritime acres off the coast of Maryland for wind energy development.…

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