Russia’s illegal invasion of Ukraine in February 2022 marked a pivotal moment in history and international risk. The assault, orchestrated by President Putin, swiftly escalated into the largest European conflict since World War II, with the legacy of that dark period in which 50 million lives catapulted from our collective memory to the present. On […]
In today’s episode, we are joined by two exciting guests! Our first guest, Owais Arshad, is a geostrategist who advises on geopolitical developments, sanctions regimes, export controls, and international finance. Later in the episode, Dominic is joined by Oleh Savitskyi, a world-class climate and energy policy expert with 10 years of experience in the field. […]
Oleh Savitskyi is a world-class climate and energy policy expert. Oleh has 10 years of experience in the field – from youth climate activism to consulting the Ministry of Environment of Ukraine. Oleh participated in the UNFCCC conferences COP21 in Paris in 2015 and in Glasgow in 2021. Oleh is a fellow of the Michael Succow Nature […]
To find out more, listen to our latest episode with Nathan Piper: Episode 83: Nathan Piper on Risks in the Global Energy Sector – The International Risk Podcast In October of 2021, the typical home in the UK was paying £1370 a year on energy. According to studies, this amount could surge to more than […]
Find out more about Nathan Piper Today we are joined by Nathan Piper – Head of Oil & Gas Research, Investec. Nathan Piper has over 25 years experience in the oil and gas industry across a range of commercial, financial and technical roles and previously number one ranked oil equity analyst (Extel survey). Currently Head […]
Our guest this week is Nathan Piper! With over 20 years of experience in the oil and gas industry across various roles, Nathan lends us his expertise to unpack important international risks lurking in the global energy sector. Nathan was ranked the best oil equity analyst in an Extel survey and is a regular commentator […]
Despite all the discussion at COP26 in Glasgow, there is continued high demand for oil, increasing the risks internationally of continued upwards pressure on oil prices globally. OPEC+ agreed to maintain current oil production output with gradual increases in oil production, which will maintain upward pressure of international oil prices.