Eurasia Offers Most Diversity of Natural Resources

March 2017, Vol. 244, No. 3

By Greggory M. Bigger, CEO and Chairman, QS Energy, Inc., Santa Barbara, CA

Among the world’s oil and gas regions none are more vast or diverse than Eurasia. Home to both the world’s largest importer of oil and the top producer of oil and natural gas, the immense geography and natural resources of the Russian Federation, and enormous population and thriving manufacturing sector of the People’s Republic of China position the region as one of the industry’s most active and pivotal. Due to the uncommon characteristics of these centrally controlled and increasingly diplomatically aligned nations, this article will separately discuss the vibrant energy markets of Western Europe and…

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