March 15, 2013
The Shift: America's Energy Boom, China's Energy Need
As Beijing begins to overtake the US as the world’s top oil importer, how will geopolitics change?
March 07, 2013
China’s Hugo Chavez Blues
The death of the Venezuelan leader underscores the dangers of Beijing investing in governments closely tied to a single individual.
February 27, 2013
Pakistan's Energy Savior: Iran
President Zardari is in Iran today to push ahead with the construction of a natural gas pipeline.
January 05, 2013
Asia is Purchasing Nearly all of Iran's Oil
Even as they cut their imports, China, India, S. Korea, and Japan account for nearly all of Iran’s oil sales.
December 14, 2012
North America's Energy Boom Meets Climate Change
Will climate change and climate change policies be affected?
December 04, 2012
India's African "Safari"
Although its interests in the continent are broadly similar, India’s engagement with Africa differs significantly from China. Will it prove sustainable?
December 02, 2012
China's Oil Quest Comes to Iraq
While China’s oil dealings with countries like Iran and Sudan receive global attention, its budding relationship with Iraq may turn out to be the most important.
October 31, 2012
A 'Pipe Dream?' Russia, North and South Korea's Gas Pipeline Quest
A pipeline across N. Korea to provide natural gas to S. Korea has generated buzz. Will old divisions scrap the deal?
October 23, 2012
Don't Write the Obituary Just Yet: 'King Coal' Still Reigns
Despite its ‘dirty’ image and talk of renewables, coal still accounts for 40 percent of global electricity needs.
October 03, 2012
Can Moscow and Washington Join Hands in the Pacific?
With Russia intensifying its regional diplomacy and America ‘rebalancing’ to the Pacific, both nations have much to gain by working together.
September 27, 2012
North America's Natural Gas Boom Comes to the Asia-Pacific
Will North America’s new found wealth in energy reserves impact Asia?
August 17, 2012
Reports Claim UPA Wasted Tens of Billions of Dollars
Some are calling for the Prime Minister to resign over contracts awarded to the coal, power, and aviation industries.