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John Daly

U.S.-Central Asia Biofuels Ltd

Contributor since: 29 Sep 2011

John Daly

Dr. John C.K. Daly is the chief analyst for Oilprice.com, Dr. Daly received his Ph.D. in 1986 from the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London. While at the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at Johns Hopkins University's Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, where he is currently a non-resident scholar, in 199 he founded The Cyber-Caravan, which continues today under the title, The Central Asia-Caucasus Analyst. He subsequently served as Director of Programs at the Middle East Institute in Washington DC before joining UPI as International Correspondent.
 
Dr. Daly’s work has appeared in appeared in Jamestown's Spotlight on Terror, Eurasia Daily Monitor, China Brief and Terrorism Monitor, along with Jane's Defense Group's Intelligence Watch Report, Jane's Intelligence Review, Terrorism Watch Report, Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor and Islamic Affairs Analyst, Caspian Crossroads, ISN and the Christian Science Monitor. During 2003=-2006 Dr. Daly was a contributing editor for Vanity Fair on terrorism.  Dr. Daly has been a commentator on current events for CNN, the Hudson Institute, the Middle East Institute, National Public Radio, Al-Arabiya, Press TV and Radio Free Asia, among others.
 
Dr. Daly is currently President and CEO of U.S.-Central Asia Biofuels Ltd.”

Latest articles from John

  • Canada’s Montney Natural Gas Basin – Game Changer?

    Published 14 November 2013 | viewed 22,016 times

    Canada’s energy riches seem to be destined to just expand. According to the authoritative U.S. government’s Energy Information Administration, “Canada is one of the world's five…

  • Hawaii Embraces Geothermal – Cautiously

    Published 12 November 2013 | viewed 22,355 times

    In the ongoing energy debate about fossil fuels versus renewables, solar and wind renewable sources have a shortcoming – the sun doesn’t always shine, the…

  • Egypt Attracts $8 billion to its Energy Sector

    Published 08 November 2013 | viewed 7,191 times

    The final results of the Arab Spring’s impact on Egypt after more than two years of political turmoil remain to be seen, but Egypt’s Oil…

  • Iran-Pakistan Natural Gas Pipeline Stumbles on Financing

    Published 06 November 2013 | viewed 6,281 times

    It is hard not to feel some sympathy for Pakistan’s current energy deficit problems, which are both severe and increasing.  The U.S. government’s Energy Information…

  • Oklahoma Scientist to Test if Fracking Causes Earthquakes

    Published 05 November 2013 | viewed 27,608 times

    Oklahoma is a leading U.S. energy producer with an economy increasingly concentrated on the oil and gas industry. Economist and Dean of the University of…

  • Energy Starved Jordan to go Nuclear

    Published 01 November 2013 | viewed 8,087 times

    It’s hard not to feel some sympathy for the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, situated in one of the world’s most volatile neighborhoods. Just consider its…

  • Japanese Political Elite Divided over Country’s Nuclear Future

    Published 31 October 2013 | viewed 10,401 times

    Two and a half years after a tsunami devastated Tokyo Electric Power Company’s six reactor Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Japan’s political establishment is divided…

  • U.S., Canada Lead World in Shale Gas Production

    Published 28 October 2013 | viewed 14,394 times

    Its official – the U.S. government’s authoritative Energy Information Administration has confirmed that the world’s three leading shale gas producers are U.S., Canada and China,…

  • Bribery in Ecuadorean Lawsuit Against Chevron?

    Published 25 October 2013 | viewed 4,678 times

    Few people realize that Ecuador is the smallest oil-producing member of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. Ecuador rejoined OPEC in 2007, after leaving…

  • China’s Insatiable Hunger for Energy Resources

    Published 23 October 2013 | viewed 15,156 times

    Largely below the media radar, China has intensified its global search for energy supplies to secure its dynamic economy. Given the difficulties in increasing domestic output…

  • China Gets Access to Siberian Oilfields

    Published 21 October 2013 | viewed 5,227 times

    On 18 October state-owned Russian oil firm Rosneft signed a memorandum of understanding with state-owned China National Petroleum Corp., a significant arrangement that gives China…

  • Despite Fukushima, Global Nuclear Power on the Rise

    Published 18 October 2013 | viewed 7,651 times

    One outgrowth of the U.S. super-secret WW2 Manhattan Project, which produced the nuclear bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, six years later, in 1951, a…

  • Scotland Now Receives 40 Percent of its Power from Renewables

    Published 16 October 2013 | viewed 31,535 times

    Scotland, a land renowned for whiskey, haggis, annoying the Roman empire to the point that Emperor Hadrian built a wall to keep them out and…

  • Gazprom Now Interested in Eastern Mediterranean

    Published 14 October 2013 | viewed 4,880 times

    The energy-poor states of the eastern Mediterranean – Israel, Lebanon and Turkey, have long been at odds have to how to divvy up their portions…

  • Somalia Seeks Foreign Investment in Energy Sector – Big Oil Cautious

    Published 11 October 2013 | viewed 10,516 times

    Oil companies are renowned for going into hostile environments in their relentless search for the world’s seemingly insatiable thirst for “black gold.”That said, there remain…

  • Ethiopia to Build Africa’s Largest Geothermal Plant

    Published 10 October 2013 | viewed 25,713 times

    On 27 September Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn and Deputy Prime Minister Dr. Michael Debretsion announced the first independent power project in Ethiopia's history. The…

  • EIA Predicts U.S to be 2013’s Largest Petroleum Producer

    Published 07 October 2013 | viewed 8,622 times

    The political gridlock in Washington has produced some interesting shutdowns as Congressional Republicans and Democrats sling charges of responsibility.Want to visit the Lincoln Memorial?Forget it.  …

  • Brazilian Policies Scare off Oil Majors

    Published 04 October 2013 | viewed 11,142 times

    First, the good news.Later this month, on at a 21 October auction, Brazil will sell off leases in its massive Libra southern Atlantic offshore oil…

  • Renewable Power in Germany Gets Boost from Merkel’s Re-election

    Published 02 October 2013 | viewed 7,541 times

    The good news?Germany is the largest energy consumer in Europe, not including Russia, and the seventh largest energy consumer in the world. It is also…

  • Canada to Drill for Offshore North Atlantic Oil

    Published 01 October 2013 | viewed 9,647 times

    First, the good news.Canada’s Calgary-based Husky Energy Inc. and its Norwegian partner Statoil ASA announced a major oil discovery in offshore Newfoundland and Labrador Flemish…

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