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Gregory Brew

Contributor since: 01 Mar 2016

Gregory Brew

Dr. Gregory Brew is a researcher and analyst based in Washington D.C. He is a fellow at the Metropolitan Society for International Affairs, and his work has appeared in The Conversation, the Houston Chronicle, Mediterranean Quarterly, Iranian Studies, E-International Relations and Modern Diplomacy. Follow him at @gbrew24

Latest articles from Gregory

  • Will Offshore Wind Energy Become A Success In The U.S.?

    Published 20 August 2016 | viewed 16,252 times

    The United Kingdom has just approved the world’s largest offshore wind farm, the Hornsea Two project. In contrast to the delays and suspicions raised over…

  • Britain’s Nuclear Future Threatened By Espionage And The Brexit

    Published 14 August 2016 | viewed 13,433 times

    The drama of Britain’s stalled nuclear facility at Hinkley Point C grew more Shakesperean this week, with the Chinese firm involved in its construction now…

  • Quiet Solar Revolution Unfolding In U.S. Despite Low Oil Prices

    Published 28 July 2016 | viewed 21,750 times

    Oil is enduring a tough month, as further worries about the ongoing supply glut and declining demand push prices to their lowest point in three…

  • Is Gas The Future? Shell Seems To Think So

    Published 20 July 2016 | viewed 9,453 times

    The world’s second largest private oil company sees a new future, and it’s not in oil. Shell has made a concerted effort to shift the…

  • Major LNG Projects On the Rocks As Competition Escalates

    Published 16 July 2016 | viewed 17,434 times

    Throughout the Pacific and East Asia, developments in liquefied natural gas (LNG) look set to upset markets and put further pressure on this expanding, though…

  • Iran Aims To Double Oil Exports, These Are The Hurdles

    Published 11 July 2016 | viewed 15,080 times

    Although its post-sanctions production boom appears to be have waned, the Islamic Republic of Iran still hopes to increase its energy exports, exploit new production…

  • Australian LNG Struggling Despite $172 Billion In Investments

    Published 03 July 2016 | viewed 17,466 times

    With the resources to become a major LNG producer, Australia’s natural gas industry has been buffeted by market forces and instability. The primary reason: investments…

  • Is Nigeria About To Drive Oil Prices Down

    Published 30 June 2016 | viewed 22,423 times

    Recent disruptions in Nigeria’s oil production has been a major factor behind the latest rally in crude oil prices, but changes in the domestic political…

  • Gulf Countries React To Brexit, Impact Of EU Departure On ME Oil

    Published 28 June 2016 | viewed 8,451 times

    The imminent departure of Great Britain from the European Union has sent shockwaves through global financial markets. Upon learning the news of the referendum on…

  • Is Statoil Ready To Move Away From Fossil Fuels?

    Published 19 June 2016 | viewed 9,049 times

    Norway’s parliament recently passed legislation vowing to make the country carbon-neutral by 2030. The bill passed with bi-partisan support and is a powerful indicator of…

  • How Banks Contained The Oil Crash

    Published 03 June 2016 | viewed 8,142 times

    Low energy prices have hit the American energy sector hard, with mounting debt and low profits leading to higher rates of loan delinquency and bankruptcies…

  • The Consequences Of $50 Oil

    Published 26 May 2016 | viewed 15,422 times

    On Thursday Brent crude rose above $50 while the WTI rose to $49.85. The rise in prices came after the EIA reported a dramatic fall…

  • Can Saudi Arabia Really Break Its Dependence On Oil?

    Published 10 May 2016 | viewed 37,878 times

    Saudi Arabia appears committed to its recently-announced long-term economic plan, dubbed Vision 2030, which aims to remove the country’s economic dependence on oil exports within…

  • Iran’s Masterplan To Ramp Up Energy Exports

    Published 02 April 2016 | viewed 11,559 times

    Iran, which possesses the second-largest natural gas reserves in the world, has recently announced its intention to dramatically increase its energy production. It is also…

  • The Race Between U.S. And Australian LNG Just Started

    Published 01 March 2016 | viewed 6,417 times

    Cheniere Energy reached a milestone on February 25, dispatching the first shipment of LNG from its facility at Sabine Pass, Louisiana. The LNG tanker Asia…

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