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Shahriar Sheikhlar

Contributor since: 12 Jun 2023

Shahriar Sheikhlar

Shahriar is a Mechanical Engineer and MBA graduate with more than 22 years experience largely in Oil and Gas in Iran and then in Kurdistan Region of Iraq, where he lived there for the past 10 years.

He has cooperated with some famous Kurdish news agencies such as Rudaw (in Kurdish, English, Arabic), Kurdistan 24 (in Kurdish and Arabic), Basnews (in Kurdish and Persian), and foreign agencies such as famous Persian newspapers of Shargh-daily and Arman-e-Emrouz, Moderndiplomacy.com, as well as Fair Energy Foundation, specifically for oil and gas policy and on energy security issues.

Latest articles from Shahriar

  • The U.S.' Return To Its "Denial Oil" Strategy Is Critical

    Published 14 February 2024 | viewed 5,833 times

    Amidst the growing influence of American rivals in the Middle East, the United States appears to be reassessing its ties with regional allies just as…

  • Why The Oil Outage In Iraqi Kurdistan Continues

    Published 10 September 2023 | viewed 8,666 times

    In the coming weeks, Kurdistan's oil and gas sector faces a pivotal moment that could reshape the region's geopolitical landscape. Since March 25, 2023, the…

  • Tough Geopolitical Playing Field Complicates Iraq’s Energy Plans

    Published 20 July 2023 | viewed 998 times

    Strategically, the current Iraqi government is placing significant emphasis on improving the country's energy infrastructure, primarily by expanding its capacity to generate and distribute electricity.…

  • When Will Kurdish Oil Exports Resume?

    Published 12 June 2023 | viewed 6,161 times

    Kurdistan's oil export is yet to resume through the Turkish pipeline, 75 days after it was blocked following the ICC's arbitration court's decision issued on…

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