Patricia L. Schouker
Energy Analyst; Founder and CEO, Energy Bridge Consulting; Associate Member, New College, Oxford University

Patricia Schouker is an energy analyst based in Washington, D.C. and an associate member of New College at Oxford University. She is the founder and CEO of Energy Bridge Consulting, an independent strategic energy consulting firm based in Washington, D.C.

She has extensive experience in global energy market studies, energy security and political risk with a special focus on Europe, the U.S. and Russia. Schouker was recently selected as one of the top 40 most influential individuals in the energy sector by Right Relevance Inc., in San Francisco and a top 50 female influencer in blockchain and cyber security by Onalytica in London.

Schouker worked at Le Figaro Newspaper in Paris and was a parliamentary assistant and attaché at The French National Assembly. While working for a petrochemical company, she wrote her thesis on U.S Foreign Policy towards Terrorism after 9/11 focusing on the Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

As a member of Chatham House, she has led several research projects in the areas of energy security and emerging threats in critical energy infrastructure as well as policy and risk assessments of European and Russian oil and gas systems.

She has collaborated with various academic institutions, think tanks, embassies and the European institutions on European energy market, the geopolitics of energy and investment patterns.

She has published for the National Interest, Pipeline Oil and Gas Magazine in Dubai, Oxford Politics and International Relations Departments as well as the Foreign Policy Association in New York. She is a frequent contributor to international media on energy security and international economic issues.

Schouker studied law, international relations and security in Paris, London, Geneva and Washington D.C. She completed a course certificate on sustainability and environmental management at Harvard University.