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Global Risk Insights

Global Risk Insights

Contributor since: 13 Aug 2013

Global Risk Insights

GlobalRiskInsights.com provides the web’s best political risk analysis for businesses and investors. Our contributors are some of the brightest minds in economics, politics, finance, and international affairs. Our goal is to help individuals and corporations analyze and understand the politics of doing business so that they can make better informed decisions about their economic activities in every corner of the world. Any questions, comments or enquiries can be directed to email.

Latest articles from Global Risk Insights

  • How Corruption And Oil Crime Are Tearing Nigeria Apart

    Published 04 June 2016 | viewed 37,779 times

    Political risk has always been a part of oil business, and today’s situation in Nigeria is no exception. Over the past several months the insurgency…

  • Russian Natural Gas Dominance Under Threat From Croatian LNG Terminal

    Published 23 May 2016 | viewed 11,179 times

    On April 26th, a tanker carrying U.S. liquid natural gas (LNG) arrived at the Port of Sines, Portugal, opening a new source of European energy…

  • Could China And India Save The Beleaguered Coal Markets?

    Published 07 May 2016 | viewed 5,279 times

    Tectonic shifts in the global coal market are underway, posing a series of questions for traditional coal supply markets. Coal has historically played and continues…

  • Crisis In Venezuela – A Lesson From Saudi Arabia

    Published 06 May 2016 | viewed 17,794 times

    President Nicolás Maduro has implemented measures such as shortened workdays, increased federal holidays and scheduled blackouts in an attempt to reduce energy consumption across the…

  • Can Mongolia Be Saved From Low Commodity Prices?

    Published 21 April 2016 | viewed 6,237 times

    Having capitalized on the global commodity boom, and its proximity to a ravenous China, Mongolia has until recently seen rapid economic growth. As Chinese growth…

  • Reform Needed For Algeria To Ride Out Low Oil Prices

    Published 18 April 2016 | viewed 4,918 times

    The sharp decline in oil prices over the last two years has generated a heavy economic shock on oil-exporting nations, especially those whose GDP and…

  • Is Algerian Oil Worth The Risk?

    Published 31 March 2016 | viewed 17,695 times

    In the past month alone, two major events unfolded in the Algerian oil and gas sector that will in many ways shape the industry risk…

  • Tensions Mount In The Golan Heights Over Oil And Territory

    Published 28 March 2016 | viewed 31,062 times

    Following the resolution of a permit issue, Afek Oil & Gas, a subsidiary of American company Genie Energy, has resumed efforts to verify whether or…

  • Russia Under Threat From U.S. Natural Gas

    Published 22 March 2016 | viewed 15,225 times

    The world focused its attention recently on Cheniere and the United States’ first liquid natural gas export. But the more telling story actually lies behind…

  • Chinese Loans Keep Russian Energy Sector Afloat

    Published 22 March 2016 | viewed 6,590 times

    Since the introduction of Western sanctions in 2014, Russia has increased its efforts to lure China to participate in large energy projects, primarily in the…

  • Egypt’s Gas Find Could Make Or Break Geopolitics In The Region

    Published 30 September 2015 | viewed 9,429 times

    Over the past few years, the discoveries of hydrocarbons in the eastern Mediterranean have quietly led to strategic realignment among the regions actors, including Egypt,…

  • Why China Can Profit From Turkmen LNG To Europe

    Published 03 June 2015 | viewed 7,299 times

    Turkmenistan has emerged as a potential supplier of liquid natural gas (LNG) to Europe as the EU desperately searches for an alternative to Russian energy.…

  • Market Fundamentals Make Oil Price Increase Unlikely

    Published 01 June 2015 | viewed 8,056 times

    Regardless of recent upshots in oil prices, the million-dollar question remains in which direction the oil prices will go in the future. The volatility in…

  • Four Opportunities Presented By Stabilizing Oil Prices

    Published 26 May 2015 | viewed 11,369 times

    The past year has been seen oil prices drop to below $50 per barrel. But now that prices seem to be stabilizing, a number of…

  • EU Struggling To Diversify Away From Russian Gas

    Published 14 April 2015 | viewed 9,923 times

    Russia will remain a major supplier of natural gas to the EU as projects to find alternative sources face headwinds from escalating costs and political…

  • Price War: OPEC Versus U.S Shale Likely To Continue Despite Iran Deal

    Published 13 April 2015 | viewed 7,852 times

    Regardless of the final outcome of Iran’s nuclear program negotiations, the coming months will see a continuing price war between OPEC producers and the shrinking…

  • Lebanon Facing Uphill Battle To Develop Energy Resources

    Published 25 February 2015 | viewed 6,183 times

    Estimates show that Lebanon has significant offshore energy reserves, including more than 120 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. International firms have lined up to…

  • Oil Price Crash: Top 5 At-Risk Countries

    Published 24 February 2015 | viewed 28,472 times

    Since June 2014, global oil prices have dropped by more than 50%. The drop could strongly affect the economic and political stability of these five…

  • Too Little, Too Late For Venezuela?

    Published 03 February 2015 | viewed 7,989 times

    Rapidly declining world oil prices, a lack of basic goods in supermarkets, insecurity, and a more united opposition look set to make 2015 the most…

  • Can Saudi Arabia Diversify Away From Oil?

    Published 29 January 2015 | viewed 12,598 times

    The Saudi government hopes new special economic zones can spur foreign investment and lessen the Kingdom’s reliance on oil. Regulatory reforms are needed, however, to…

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