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Jamie Horgan
Staff Writer, The American Interest.
Crude Economics
Oil Faces a Looming Supply Problem

Today’s glut could lead to tomorrow’s supply shock.

Wonder Worm
Making Green Solutions from Fish Bait

How a caterpillar could help us recycle plastics.

Gassing Up
Gazprom Gloats over Its European Dominance

The company’s CEO is pleased with his position in Europe after securing funding for Nord Stream 2.

A New Deal
Russia’s Oil Cuts Are About to Get Harder

For Moscow, round two of production cuts is going to be harder than round one.

Deal of the Century?
No One Believes Saudi Aramco Is Worth $2 Trillion

Uncertainty swirls around the company’s impending IPO.

Pipeline Politics
Nord Stream 2 Gets Funded

Gazprom secured loans from a coalition of European companies, though the Russian firm will retain sole ownership.

Enviro-Mental
Greens Make Natural Gas Their Next Target

Time to unpack the irony.

Arctic Ambitions
Russia Works Around Western Energy Sanctions

The unintended consequences of a measure that was meant to paper over just how little appetite the West had for confronting Russia in the first place.

American Innovation
US Shale Working Smarter and Harder

Silicon Valley-type thinking is making America a force to be reckoned with in the global oil market.

Natural Complements
How Shale Gas Is Helping Renewables

Natural gas is vital to the future of wind and solar power.

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Feeding the Future

A wary Chinese public is rejecting GM crops.

Higher Education Watch

University administrations have leaned too far over their skis in an effort to win more guilty findings.

Asia's Game of Thrones

Don’t expect a tough line on Beijing to come out of this year’s summit.

Gazproblems

Warsaw just purchased its first cargoes of American LNG.

Mixed Messages

Trump’s latest outburst on THAAD and trade will hardly help shore up U.S.-South Korean relations.

Crude Economics

Today’s glut could lead to tomorrow’s supply shock.

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