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  • Agnieszka Ason

    Agnieszka Ason holds Polish and German law degrees and specialises in energy law and international dispute resolution. She has a particular expertise in gas pricing disputes. Having started her career at the Berlin Institute for Energy Law led by Professor Dr. Dr. Dres. h.c. Franz Jürgen Säcker, and worked on complex transactions and disputes in […]

  • Julian Bowden

    Julian Bowden worked for BP for four decades in a variety of mainly planning, strategy and business development roles in downstream oil and international gas.  His international roles included postings to BP’s offices in Moscow and Brussels.  He was involved in the planning for Caspian crude oil exports (culminating in the BTC pipeline) and latterly […]

  • Jorge Blazquez

    Jorge is a senior economist specialized in energy transitions. Currently, he works as lead economist for power, renewable energy, and carbon markets at BP. Previously, his professional career developed in both the private and public sectors. He worked as senior researcher at King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Centre in Saudi Arabia. He also worked […]

  • Jonathan Walters

    Jonathan Walters is a former Director in the World Bank’s MENA department, and has twenty-five years’ experience in the energy sector.  He has worked on all the countries of MENA, most of the countries of Asia, many of the countries of the former Soviet Union and of Africa, and on the EU energy market.  His […]

  • Lena Schreiner

    Lena Schreiner is a M.Sc. candidate at the E.On Research Center of RWTH Aachen University, Germany. She has studied Engineering and Business Management at RWTH Aachen University with academic exchanges at Nagoya Daigaku University, Japan, and Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Also, she has studied Economics with a focus on Energy Markets and Regulation at the University […]

  • Chung-Han Yang

    Chung-Han studied for his Master’s Degree as a Chevening Scholar at Cambridge University’s Law Faculty. He also studies for his PhD at the University of Cambridge, his doctoral thesis investigated a range of innovative contractual mechanisms, e.g., environmental and human rights clauses in commercial contracts, NGO-Business partnerships and other multi-actor agreements, for preventing and mitigating the […]

  • Maggie Kumar

    Maggie Kumar joined the Institute in 2018 as OIES-UNITEN Supernumerary Research Fellow in Malaysian Energy Studies. Her research addresses the gas industry and electricity market reform in Malaysia. Her research will focus on the evolution and design of competitive gas and electricity markets in the Malaysia.  Her previous research expertise includes energy system modelling and working […]

  • Zheng Xu

    Zheng Xu is a Master’s candidates at SciencesPo, Paris. He has a bachelor’s degree from University of Nottingham in Building Service Engineering. Currently, his research interests focus on electricity flexibility, smart energy future, electricity market design and regulation. He previously worked as consultant on Chinese electricity market deregulation and energy efficiency. He was also a […]

  • Alexander Scheibe

    Alexander Scheibe is a PhD candidate at the University of Luxembourg’s Institute of Political Science. His research focuses on decision-making in EU energy policy and the utilisation of scenarios as a public policy tool. He is specifically interested in how the interplay of expertise, interests, and political agendas determines the development and impact of scenarios […]