H Darbouche – non OIES publications list

Journal articles

“MENA’s Growing Natural Gas Deficit and the Issue of Domestic Prices”, Energy Strategy Reviews, Vol. 2 (1), pp. 116-121, June 2013.
‘Third Time Lucky? Euro-Mediterranean energy cooperation under the Union for the Mediterranean’, Mediterranean Politics, 16 (1), pp. 193-211, March 2011.
‘“Energising” EU-Algerian relations’, The International Spectator, 45 (3), pp. 71-83, September 2010.
‘North African oil and foreign investment in changing market conditions’, Energy Policy, 38 (2), pp. 1119-1129, February 2010 (with B Fattouh).

Working papers
‘A “Reset” with Algeria: The Russia to the EU’s South’, ECFR Policy Brief 46, December 2011 (with S Dennison): http://www.ecfr.eu/page/-/ECFR46_ALGERIA_BRIEF_AW.pdf
‘Algeria’s Failed Transitions to a Sustainable Polity: Coming to yet Another Crossroads’, MEDPRO Technical Report No. 8, October 2011: http://www.ceps.eu/book/algeria%E2%80%99s-failed-transitions-sustainable-polity-coming-yet-another-crossroads.

Other publications

“Natural Gas and Arab Energy Transition”, in: 2013 Report of the Arab Forum for Environment and Development, http://www.afedonline.org/report2013/ENGLISH/2-Eng.pdf.
‘MENA: A growing gas demand centre’, Gas Matters, July/August 2012.
‘Gas in the New Libya’, Gas Matters, February 2012.
‘Could more clarity be emerging in Algeria’s gas policy?’, Gas Matters, November 2011.
‘Revolution has come to Egypt, but its gas sector awaits key policy decisions’, Gas Matters, July/August 2011.
‘North African gas after the uprisings’, Gas Matters, May 2011.
‘Gas-to-power in North Africa’, Gas Matters, September 2010.
‘Perspectives d’exportations de gaz de l’Algérie: Des défis, certes, mais pas de dernier mot encore’, Tout sur l’Algérie, August 2010.

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