Dr. Anas Alhajji is a leading energy markets expert, and advises governments, companies, and financial institutions on energy markets. He focuses on oil and gas market outlook, energy geopolitics, energy security, and the impact of disruptive technologies on the supply and demand of energy. He is the Managing Partner at Energy Outlook Advisors LLC, and was previously the Chief Economist of NGP Energy Capital Management. He is also a contributing editor for top industry publication: World Oil. Before moving to industry, Anas taught economics at the University of Oklahoma, the Colorado School of Mines and Ohio Northern University. In this podcast we discuss:
False ideas around what drives oil prices
What supply and demand drivers matter
Why OPEC doesn’t matter
Why peak oil is wrong
Why bearish oil demand forecasts on ESG/climate change are wrong
How governments and companies are not acting on carbon neutrality
How Iran oil supply has continued despite sanctions
You can read the full transcript for this podcast here.
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