The Geopolitical Energy and Risk Monitoring Report
Democratic peace opportunities fade in Libya.Tags: geopolitical tension, geopolitics, Iran sanctions, Libya, Libya crude exports, Libya oil exports
Libya’s Eastern Oil Ports at Risk, Again.
Strength in eastern Libyan oil exports do not mean the country is stable.Tags: Libya, Libya crude exports
Largest oilfield reflects instability in Libya
El Sharara, Libya’s largest oilfield, has been under force majeure since December 2018. The uncertainty surrounding oil flows from the field is indicative of the instability and chaos that engulfs the entire country.Tags: Libya, Libya crude exports, libya oil production, OPEC
The GERM Report
Here is the latest GERM Report. Last week, we looked at the political landscape of the 1970s that spawned U.S. political leaders like the last John McCain. With parallels to Watergate in the headlines, we again try to take a lessons-learned approach to geopolitical strategy by revisiting the remarks of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. With U.S. planners sharpening their focus on domestic issues, the secondary supports for world markets – emerging economies – are starting to fail. With the OECD seeing signs of a slowdown, we take a look this week at some of the underlying causes.Tags: crude oil exports, geopolitics, Libya crude exports, oil prices, OPEC crude exports, us dollar, US imports of Saudi crude
OPEC, NOPEC, Rock’n Roll!
Today’s blog considers if OPEC and NOPEC were really to form a supergroup, which countries would play which instrument.Tags: angola crude exports, Libya crude exports, Russia crude exports
ClipperClip: Mopping Up
Today’s appearance on the set of CNBC’s Squawk Box did a whirlwind tour of what is on our minds in the global crude complex, including Saudi and Libyan exports.Tags: Libya crude exports, OPEC, Saudi crude exports