Liubov Georges

DTN Energy Reporter
Liubov Georges

Liubov Georges is an energy reporter at DTN Financial Analytics. She has covered the energy industry for more than five years, including as an oil and gas market analyst in New York City and Washington, D.C. Liubov graduated New York University with a master's degree in Economics and Energy Policy, where she focused on geopolitics of energy, statistical analysis and political risk. While in graduate school she worked as an Oil Market Reporter at Axelrod Energy Projects and Natural Gas Market Analyst at Energy Policy Research Foundation in Washington, D.C. At both positions she provided technical and economic analysis on regional and international markets, with exposure to petroleum and financial industries. Liubov earned her bachelor's degree in International Relations from Moscow State University, where she completed extensive coursework in geopolitical strategy and international political economy. She frequently wrote articles for the Institute of Modern Russia Civil Society Group.

 

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