Up and down with the USA: The oil market’s cycle of surplus endures for a while longer
Energy & Natural Resources Research & Analysis Up and down with the USA: The oil market’s cycle of surplus endures for a while longer 20 February...
Mr. Brady has more than two decades of experience in analysis and forecasting of global and North American oil markets. Mr. Brady has authored numerous IHS Markit reports covering vital topics, such as the role of biofuels, the economics of electric vehicles, peak oil demand in the developed world, along with many regular market briefings and World Oil Watch reports. Previously, Mr. Brady was a consultant in the oil industry, focusing on downstream regulatory issues, including the transition to ethanol in the California gasoline market. Mr. Brady's university degrees include a Bachelor of Arts from Amherst College, United States, and a master's degree from Johns Hopkins University's Paul H. Nitze School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Washington, D.C.
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