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Michael J. Economides is Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Houston, US. One of America's leading energy analysts, he has done technical and managerial work in over 70 countries. He is the author with Ron Oligney of The Color of Oil: The History, the Money, and the Politics of the World's Biggest Business (2000), which looks at how petroleum dictates international politics and was nominated for a Pulitzer prize. Andres Cala is a journalist in Spain whose career spans three continents and over a dozen countries, specializing in geopolitics and energy. His work has been published by some of the world's leading publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, The Christian Science Monitor, and TIME Magazine. He is also the European correspondent of Energy Tribune.

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Andrés Cala Campo is a seasoned freelance foreign correspondent, columnist, and analyst based in Madrid, Spain. During his 15-year career spanning three continents and over a dozen countries, his work has been published in some of the world's leading publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires, The Christian Science Monitor, TIME, and Foreign Policy.

He is passionate about geopolitics and specializes in analyzing the evolving hegemonic power struggle from a political and economic angle, using years of on-the-ground experience and academic research. Thematically, he focuses on the transformational impact of the economic crisis in periphery Europe, on Latin America and its empowerment, and on global energy markets, especially oil, coal, power markets, and climate change policies.

He has numerous awards for his work and his first book America's Blind Spot: Chávez, Oil, and US Security was published by Bloomsbury Publishing in September 2012, and has been translated into Spanish and Mandarin.

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