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Cornelia Meyer

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

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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

Power to the people: Why we should all worry about grid reliability

The nexus between power demand and climate change is undeniable.

There is a broad global alignment that global warming has to be limited to 1.5 C, and most countries and many big corporations are striving to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 at the latest.

June 18, 2021

The G7 global minimum tax rate plan is fair and may work

The leaders of the world’s richest industrialized nations are holding their first face-to-face G7 summit in well over a year. The enthusiasm is great as multilateralism seems to be back on the agenda.

June 12, 2021

Why US efforts to counter China’s tech advancements matter to the rest of the world

Nothing unites enemies more than a common foe. The US Senate proved that when it overwhelmingly passed a bill aimed to bolster technological and industrial capacity in the technology and innovation space by 68-32 votes. The sum allotted comes in just shy of a quarter of a trillion dollars.

June 09, 2021

Why GCC fixed income bonanza makes sense

If there has ever been an appetite for Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) bond offerings it is now, and it makes perfect sense: The pipeline of sovereign and sovereign-affiliated entities and corporates who want to issue bonds during the second half of 2021 is long.

June 08, 2021

Investor pressure and courts may lead to a shift in OPEC+ production

Last week highlighted that life is becoming ever more difficult for international oil companies. 

June 01, 2021