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“ESIR provides global oil and gas industry professionals with the real-time insight needed to stay on top of the markets and think with speed and clarity. It includes up-to-date daily, weekly and monthly information on real-time deals, essential breaking newsletters, market and industry analysis and the latest global assessment of individual countries of your interest”

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Director of Energy Industry Research/CEO

Dr Moses Polomo is an Energy & Defence Analyst, Energy Security Intelligence Research (ESIR Group Limited) in London, Assistant Lecturer in the department of European & International Studies (EIS), King's College London, and has been a Senior Research Associate Fellow in the European Cluster for Climate, Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS), Centre for Advanced Security, Strategic and Integration Studies (CASSIS) University of Bonn, Germany  since 2011, a member of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) London Chapter, member of Platts London Energy Forum-McGrew Hill Financial London; and Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) Whitehall, in London. From September 2000 until November 2008 he was a data processing/analyst with EDF Energy PLC in London, Policy Strategist with Westminster Consulting 2008-2010, and was Research Intelligence Analyst in 2012 at IHS Jane’s Markit S&P Global Intelligence, Defence, Aerospace, Risk and Security Consulting in the City of London. Holds BSc degree in International Studies from the Open University in 2008, MA in Diplomatic Studies (Intelligence & International Security) from the Diplomatic Academy of London (DAL) University of Westminster in 2010; Master of Laws--LLM at Queen Mary University of London School of Law in Energy, Environment and Natural Resources at The Centre for Commercial Law Studies-(CCLS) in 2022. Graduate Teaching Assistant in Energy Security, King’s Summer School Institute in 2013. He received his PhD degree in Energy Security, War & Defence Studies Research in May 2015 from King’s College London. His areas of interest are: Energy Geopolitics and International Security Policy; ESGs Strategy Risks and Compliance COP26 Agenda, Natural Resources Governance and conflict, Oil and Gas Project advisor, Upstream Risk Analyst, Oil and Gas/LNG SPAs Trading, Political and Economic interest of War and Defence.

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