About John Foster
John Foster is an international petroleum economist, who has worked on staff of the World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank and two oil companies (BP and Petro-Canada). His work has taken him to more than thirty countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Born in London England, he graduated from Cambridge University in economics and law. He served in the Royal Navy and went to Suez. He has worked in London, Montreal, Washington DC (twice), and Ottawa. His interests include current affairs, Canadian Club of Kingston , and Kingston Choral Society. He has been writing and talking across Canada on petroleum geopolitics and recent conflicts. His articles have appeared in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and the online magazine Open Canada (Canadian International Council).
Featured in: Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, CCPA Monitor, Open Canada