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Gary Norman

Contributor since: 12 Feb 2018

Gary Norman

Gary is Oilprice.com's South-East Asia & Pacific correspondent. He writes about energy matters, geopolitics and international financial markets. 

Latest articles from Gary

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    Published 29 March 2018 | viewed 10,533 times

    Since the dissolution of the Eastern Bloc, energy production in Southeast Europe (SEE) has been stymied by chronic underinvestment. As a result, infrastructure in the…

  • Who Really Loses If The U.S. Walks Away From Saudi Nuclear Deal?

    Published 26 March 2018 | viewed 11,098 times

    The U.S. is currently in talks with Saudi Arabia concerning a nuclear energy programme, which Riyadh says is a means of diversifying its economy and…

  • The Death Of Traditional Power Grids

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  • Solving Renewable Energy’s Biggest Problem

    Published 17 March 2018 | viewed 10,051 times

    A recent report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has disclosed that it anticipates the cost of renewables to be on a par with…

  • The Oil Canal That May Never Be

    Published 15 March 2018 | viewed 5,633 times

    People have conceived of linking the gulf of Thailand with the Andaman sea for around 300 years but, as of yet, such plans have remained…

  • The New Atomic Age: Nuclear Fusion And Beyond

    Published 10 March 2018 | viewed 17,060 times

    The energy market is undoubtedly in a state of flux. The current power play between the U.S., OPEC and Russia is symptomatic of the changing…

  • Is Arctic Drilling The Key To U.S. Energy Dominance?

    Published 08 March 2018 | viewed 5,905 times

    Energy dominance is a term that has become almost synonymous with Trump’s administration. On the face of things, it may seem that the term requires…

  • Shale Pioneer Issues Warning To U.S. Drillers

    Published 06 March 2018 | viewed 19,086 times

    U.S. shale has effectively upended the oil industry, with predictions that total U.S. oil production will surpass Saudi Arabia’s output this year, in turn rivalling…

  • How Feasible Are Electric Trucks?

    Published 04 March 2018 | viewed 15,380 times

    There is no denying that EVs are here to stay, or that as the technology improves so does their range of movement. It is indeed…

  • Are All Car Makers Backing The EV Revolution?

    Published 26 February 2018 | viewed 6,457 times

    As the world charges onward towards a cleaner, greener future we can finally envision a planet whose reliance on fossil fuels is relegated to a…

  • Does China Control The EV Revolution?

    Published 25 February 2018 | viewed 7,966 times

    The future of transport is electric… After the non-starter EV revolution of the late nineties was crushed by its own architects, hybrids came along to…

  • The U.S. Oil Industry Sets Its Sights On Asia

    Published 21 February 2018 | viewed 9,264 times

    Just a decade ago, few could have imagined that the U.S. would be producing more than 10 million bpd of crude, but with the explosion…

  • Can Putin Keep His Promise To OPEC?

    Published 13 February 2018 | viewed 4,550 times

    As crude begins to recover after its worst decline in two years, it seems like a decisive moment to cash in on the decline of…

  • Tesla’s Powerpack: Real Hope Or Mostly Hype?

    Published 12 February 2018 | viewed 12,240 times

    As Elon Musk fanboys and detractors alike stand in awe of the irrefutable success of the Falcon Heavy launch, it’s easy for a Mars-bound Tesla…

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