Specializing in North American oil and gas, Hilary Novik helps identify and analyze political risks and regulatory developments affecting upstream, midstream, and downstream sectors in the US and Canada, as well as the impact of these developments on global energy markets. Hilary’s expertise focuses on the oil sands business models and the ramifications of a shifting climate change direction in Canada, developments in Canada and US LNG and natural gas markets, political and regulatory risks surrounding the US shale revolution, and energy infrastructure developments. She also covers political and economic issues in Canada, helping clients to understand the complex macro environment as well as identify investment and market entry risks and opportunities.
Prior to joining Eurasia Group, Hilary worked on international affairs issues in the government relations office of Occidental Petroleum Corporation in Washington. She has held internships at the US Department of State, the Council on Foreign Relations, and the National Defense University. A member of the New York City chapter of the Young Professionals in Energy, Hilary holds a master’s degree from George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs and a bachelor’s degree from Trinity College.