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Cornelia Meyer

Cornelia Meyer is a business consultant, macro-economist and energy expert.

Twitter: @MeyerResources

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The Trans-Pacific tech spat is potentially quite close to the wallets of GCC investors

If you live in the Middle East, you may think that the Pacific Ocean is far away. Please, think again.

July 23, 2021

OPEC+ Eid compromise: All’s well that ends well

All’s well that ends well: After two weeks of tussle between OPEC stalwarts and long-time allies Saudi Arabia and the UAE over whether Abu Dhabi should be permitted to increase its baseline from which production cuts are calculated, a pre-Eid grand bargain was reached.

July 19, 2021

Why Oman stands to gain from closer cooperation with KSA

The visit by Oman’s Sultan Haitham bin Tariq to Saudi Arabia was a double first. It was the first visit to the Kingdom by an Omani leader in more than a decade, and the sultan’s first foreign trip since he ascended the throne on Jan. 11 last year.

July 13, 2021

The OPEC+ meeting that wasn’t meant to be, and what it means for oil markets

Three days of talks ended in an impasse for OPEC+, the alliance of OPEC members and 10 friendly nations led by Russia.

July 06, 2021

Why July 1 will be one of the most important meetings for OPEC+ in some time

Who would have thought a little over a year ago on that doomed day in April when WTI went into negative territory, as the pandemic shut down economies and travel alike, that Brent would surpass $75 per barrel? It did so last week.

June 29, 2021

Combining PPA and GOSI: Why size really does matter

In asset management, size matters because it gives materiality and buying power.

Under Vision 2030, which aims to wean Saudi Arabia off its dependency on oil, the Kingdom is keen to establish national champions. The quest for efficiency straddles all aspects of the economy.

June 22, 2021