On July 5, 2018, Paul Michael Wihbey, Research Fellow of Geopolitical Effects of Energy and Other Natural Resources at Daniel Morgan Graduate School and former Vice President of the Liberal Party of Canada, discussed the shifting geopolitics of oil and gas on Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz . Listen to Mr. Wihbey as he lends unique insight into recent developments in the Canadian and U.S. energy sectors.

Bloomberg Review Interview with Paul Michael Wihbey: Canada Has Plenty Of Oil But Can’t Bring It To Market

Ronald A. Marks, M.A.

Biography

Paul Michael Wihbey is a Research Fellow, Geopolitics of Energy & Natural Resources at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security. He was born in the US and raised and educated in Montreal. He has honorably served both nations in various capacities,  from leading a Canadian Parliamentary delegation to Lebanon, to energy related war-gaming lectures at the United States Marine Corps University, Command and Staff College, Quantico Virginia.

He is a respected strategic planner and initiator of energy-related projects, including FirstEnergy Capital/Societe Generale quarterly journal on Geopolitics of Energy, Calgary  Alberta.  He is a published author on the future of global oil, Adjunct Professor at Emerald Energy Institute, Institute of Petroleum Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, and an international keynote speaker at numerous energy conferences in the Persian Gulf, Africa, Asia, and Europe. He is also a former Vice President of the Liberal Party of Canada, under Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau.