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Daniel Yergin
Author The Quest: Energy, Security & the Remaking of the Modern World (), Pulitzer Prize for The Prize, Vice Chairman IHS Markit
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Daniel Yergin Dec 3
Big deal here. The U.S. exported more crude and petroleum products than it imported during the month of September. Marks the end of an era that began with the oil crises way back in the 1970s. Interesting read in ’s Energy 202.
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NPR World Nov 1
Syrian oil is marginal in terms of world markets, but it is a critical resource when considering Syria's future, write 's & .
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Daniel Yergin Nov 1
Syria oil production was always barely a footnote for global market in terms of volume--less than 1/2 a percent of world supply prior to the civil war. But it's very important now for other reasons. My new column w/ . READ HERE:
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Manisha Gupta Oct 15
$5 trillion economy vision of govt is achievable and is at the base of it. Says at
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Daniel Yergin Oct 4
Some thoughts on the news of Bob Dudley resignation / CEO transition.
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Daniel Yergin Sep 30
Great chatting markets w/ this morning. What impact are Middle East tensions having? Where is U.S. production going? Plus more. WATCH HERE:
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Daniel Yergin Sep 25
Iran's strike on Saudi oil a wake up call to US, China and Russia - CNBC by . Lesson of of and oil for defense - and strategy— now all too clear
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Daniel Yergin Aug 29
What do oil markets say about the economy (and vice versa)? Great chatting w/ and . WATCH:
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Daniel Yergin Aug 8
Russia’s judo-champion-turned-president succeeds by rushing in where the U.S. and its allies blunder, writes author via
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Daniel Yergin Aug 6
How low can it go? Tracking what's driving down oil prices w/ and . | WATCH HERE:
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Daniel Yergin Jul 20
shows how 's invention changed world. , founder of modern , said air conditioning "most important invention of the 20th century" because enabled people of tropics to become productive. chapter 32
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Daniel Yergin Jul 20
Timely remembrance! Big thank you in to Willis for inventing air conditioning. Breakthrough idea came to him on fog-shrouded Pittsburgh railway platform in 1902. Led to patent "Apparatus for Treating Air". Humidity preoccupied him. chapter 31
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Daniel Yergin Jul 20
After Soviet Union's shocked US , President turned down nuclear-powered spaceship to moon, saying "I'd like to know what's on the other side of the moon, but I won't pay to find out this year." (). 12 years later landed on moon. Amazing!
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Daniel Yergin Jul 18
US reminds of others. 1934: "Down upon a third of U.S poured a blistering sun...broiling, baking, burn... Midwest as hot as hinges of hell" 1955 "Eastern US...dreadful summer...withered by drought...heat wave, the worst on record". From
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Daniel Yergin Jul 17
Pleased to join in studio this morning. We covered a lot, from energy to trade tensions, and discussed our new analysis on what's driving China's now year-long slump in auto sales. Clip here: | Read more:
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Daniel Yergin Jun 26
Greatly appreciate the opportunity to discuss India’s future with Minister . Such a large and dynamic market and so crucial for world energy markets.
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Daniel Yergin Jun 21
Escalating tensions in the Middle East and what the consequences (intentional or otherwise) could be for and markets. Parts of my chat this morning w/ .
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Daniel Yergin Jun 6
‘Titanic struggle’ between US and China could hit Gulf economies, warn experts
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Daniel Yergin Jun 6
As Trump escalates China trade dispute, economic ties lose stabilizing force in matters of national security. describes sinking of the ballast of business support in in
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Daniel Yergin Jun 6
The Arab oil embargo in the early 1970s holds lessons on the impact of a possible trade war. on analogy. And differences! From
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