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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

  • Can Iran Continue Playing Nicely With OPEC?

    Published 19 March 2017 | viewed 12,448 times

    One of the key components of last year’s OPEC production deal was the proviso that the Islamic Republic of Iran could continue increasing production by…

  • Can OPEC Resist The Temptation To Cheat?

    Published 14 March 2017 | viewed 15,496 times

    OPEC’s monthly report for February was released Tuesday morning, and total output appears to have fallen from 32.097 million bpd in January to 31.958 million…

  • Falling Oil Prices Could Upend The OPEC Deal

    Published 12 March 2017 | viewed 21,299 times

    A bearish report from the EIA, particularly the inventory data and an output forecast which predicts U.S. production rising to a level not seen since…

  • Will Exxon’s New $20 Billion Strategy Pay Off?

    Published 07 March 2017 | viewed 12,556 times

    ExxonMobil, the U.S. energy giant, has taken some hard knocks in the last year: a staggering stock price, a massive de-booking, a lost AAA credit…

  • Tensions Rise In Iraq As Kurdish Forces Seize Oil Pipeline

    Published 05 March 2017 | viewed 11,674 times

    Production from the Kirkuk fields in northern Iraq were briefly disrupted on Thursday, when Kurdish protestors seized a pumping station in order to protest the…

  • Cooking The Books? Saudi Aramco Could Be Overvalued By 500%

    Published 27 February 2017 | viewed 28,588 times

    The world’s most valuable oil company, Saudi Aramco, is approaching its first IPO in 2018, as the government of Saudi Arabia prepares to sell off…

  • Can The U.S. Dominate LNG Markets?

    Published 22 February 2017 | viewed 15,695 times

    American energy exports hit a new high in early 2017, contributing 7 million barrels of crude to markets abroad in the first week of February.…

  • Did The Bakken Fall Too Far Too Fast?

    Published 20 February 2017 | viewed 12,898 times

    While the Permian field has enjoyed a continued boom, with a rising rig count and an increase in investment activity, other U.S. onshore shale and…

  • How Long Can The Permian Craze Continue?

    Published 16 February 2017 | viewed 23,443 times

    The two great dueling forces in the world oil market, OPEC and American production, have created an atmosphere of uncertainty, as prices hover above $50.…

  • Wind Energy Is Now The Largest Source Of Clean Energy In The U.S.

    Published 13 February 2017 | viewed 29,983 times

    Wind power has now overtaken hydroelectric as the largest single source of clean energy in the United States. With 82 thousand MWs of total installed…

  • Iranian Oil Will Not Be Stopped By Trump

    Published 07 February 2017 | viewed 26,757 times

    Despite new sanctions by the Trump Administration and an escalating war of words regarding its ballistic missile program, Iran is continuing to push ahead with…

  • Is Iran Planning On Breaking Its OPEC Pledge?

    Published 31 January 2017 | viewed 11,749 times

    According to a provision of the recent OPEC production deal, the Islamic Republic of Iran is mandated to keep production below a threshold of 3.797…

  • Why A Trade War Won’t Derail U.S. Energy Exports To Mexico

    Published 28 January 2017 | viewed 13,459 times

    Fierce rhetoric from the Trump Administration, including promises to build a border wall and threats of a twenty percent tax on imports from Mexico to…

  • Is Libya A Bigger Threat To Oil Prices Than U.S. Shale?

    Published 24 January 2017 | viewed 26,176 times

    Despite some suggestions that oil prices will level off at around $60 in 2017, since the initial surge of the OPEC production deal prices have…

  • Will Offshore Wind Continue To Grow Under Trump?

    Published 21 January 2017 | viewed 8,219 times

    While development of off-shore wind energy in the United States is still relatively small, interest has been growing as technology becomes more available and demand…

  • Can Saudi Arabia Survive With Oil Below $60?

    Published 18 January 2017 | viewed 63,242 times

    With the OPEC production deal holding, at least for the moment, questions have now arisen over how prospects look for the cartel’s biggest producer. It’s…

  • Uncertainty Looms Over Australian LNG

    Published 10 January 2017 | viewed 9,267 times

    While U.S. LNG looks set to be competitive in 2017, reaching export markets in Latin America and East Asia, a significant source of competition will…

  • A Rosy Future For U.S. LNG

    Published 07 January 2017 | viewed 23,256 times

    American LNG exports for 2016, according to the Department of Energy, totaled 109 Bcf through December, averaging about 0.3 Bcf per day. But contrary to…

  • The Permian Stocks Of 2017

    Published 04 January 2017 | viewed 12,442 times

    Activity in the U.S. domestic energy sector in 2017 is off to a strong start, as U.S. independents take advantage of rising prices and an…

  • U.S. Natural Gas Needs Mexico

    Published 22 December 2016 | viewed 21,107 times

    The United States became a net exporter of natural gas in November 2016, a development driven by falling imports (due to high domestic natural gas…

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