Roman Kilisek is a Global Energy & Natural Resources Analyst and a contributor at Breaking Energy. His writing and research focuses on global energy policy, energy infrastructure and trade, commodities, mining, global political risk and macroeconomics. He likes to draw on scenario development and analysis. He has a Master of Arts degree in international relations and diplomacy from Seton Hall University and studied international law and economics in Germany. Previously he conducted research for NewsDeeply/World Economic Forum, Atlantic Council of the United States, Wikistrat, Foreign Policy Association, MSNBC. Currently, he is also a research analyst (global pharmaceuticals & healthcare) for Business Monitor International. He has lived on three continents and traveled to over 40 countries around the world. He now lives and works in New York City.