Arash Duero specializes in the political and economic dimensions of energy resources. He currently heads the energy and commodities division of a Berlin-based international consultancy and provides strategic advice to a wide range of clients across multiple industries and functions, including national governments, EU institutions, public and private corporations, infrastructure operators, SPVs, as well as national and international organizations.
He previously worked at the European Commission's Institute for Energy in the Netherlands. Moreover, he regularly works with Roland Berger Strategy Consultants on strategic consulting projects, is a participant of the Atlantik Bruecke's Working Group for Natural Resources and Strategic Metals and has contributed to the German National Academy of Science and Engineering's acatech project Resilien-Tech - Resilience by Design.
Arash Duero earned his Diploma in Political Science with a focus on Macroeconomics, Political Economy and International Energy Policy at the Freie Universität in Berlin, Germany, while working as a research and teaching assistant at the Environmental Policy Research Centre (FFU) and the Berlin Centre for Caspian Region Studies. As a researcher, he has published on several energy related topics in scholarly journals and magazines.
- Energy and Resource Security
- International Monetary and Fiscal Policy
- US Foreign Policy