Employees work on Saudi Aramco’s Abqaiq oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia on September 20, 2019. Photo: AFP Employees work on Saudi Aramco’s Abqaiq oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia on September 20, 2019. Photo: AFP
Employees work on Saudi Aramco’s Abqaiq oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia on September 20, 2019. Photo: AFP
Tilak K. Doshi
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Tilak K. Doshi

What Joe Biden’s policies on climate change and Iran mean for oil producers around the world

  • Once the US relinquishes its role as a major competitor in oil and gas markets, the market share battles of the first quarter of 2020 will be just a bad memory
  • Meanwhile, the spectre of Iranian hegemony in the Gulf will concentrate the minds of moderate Sunni Gulf rulers and could drive further alignment with Israel

Employees work on Saudi Aramco’s Abqaiq oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia on September 20, 2019. Photo: AFP Employees work on Saudi Aramco’s Abqaiq oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia on September 20, 2019. Photo: AFP
Employees work on Saudi Aramco’s Abqaiq oil processing plant in Saudi Arabia on September 20, 2019. Photo: AFP
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Tilak K. Doshi

Tilak K. Doshi

Tilak K. Doshi is an energy consultant, and author of "Singapore in a Post-Kyoto World: Energy, Environment and the Economy"