Aaron Ahali is the module leader of Master of Science course in Oil & Gas programme at Birmingham City University. He’s also a visiting lecturer at the University of Wolverhampton, UK where he teaches green energy to students on the ESTIA programme. Some of the modules he teaches include; legal regulations within the oil and gas industry, petroleum production, energy economics, international comparative energy law, contract, corporate social responsibility, green energy, health and safety within the oil and gas industry, petroleum negotiation, future trends in LNG market, risk and disaster management within the oil and gas sector, risk safety and governance within the oil and gas industry.

Aaron is a DPhil candidate specialising in Energy Economics and Policy at Buckingham University, UK. He holds M.Sc. in Oil and Gas Management from Coventry University, UK and a B.Sc. in Planning & Development from Birmingham City University, UK.

Aaron presented his findings at the 4th International Conference & Exhibition on Clean Energy, Montreal Canada; He has six peer-reviewed journal papers on energy economics, energy policy, natural gas markets, electricity demand, green energy and oil revenue management. He has published in the International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, Sustainable and Renewable Energy Reviews among others. He won the Dennison grant at the University of Buckingham and was also funded by the Rocky Mountain Fountain & Association of International Petroleum Negotiators in Houston – Texas, US. Aaron is very much interested in formulating sound economic policies for emerging economies endowed with natural resources to ensure that their resources becomes a blessing and not a curse.

Aaron is available to work with companies, institutions and governments.