- The Middle East, the Caspian, and U.S. Oil Dependency: The Fantasy and Reality of Thinking Green
The Middle East, the Caspian, and U.S. Oil Dependency: The Fantasy and Reality of Thinking Green
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Since 1988, Mr. Ebneyousef has been the President of International Petroleum Enterprises where he manages the Company's worldwide consulting services and technical assistance on oil and natural gas development opportunities in the Middle East, North Africa and the Caspian Sea region. Previously he worked for Atlantic Richfield Company (ARCO) for 14 years—6 years with ARCO International, on projects in the Middle East; 6 years with ARCO Oil & Gas, on evaluating oil and gas producing properties for time rating of reserves and coordination of legal, geological, engineering, operation and business evaluation efforts towards acquisition or sales of oil and gas properties; and 2 years with ARCO's Corporate Planning, on identification and analyses of critical global oil-related issues and response strategies. Mr. Ebneyousef holds BS and MS degrees in petroleum engineering from Louisiana State University (LSU) and University of Southern California (USC), respectively.