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This comment piece follows on from previous publications by the Beatrice Petrovich and assesses whether the main European energy exchanges provide a reliable price reference for traded gas. Exchanges are viewed as performing a vital role in the development of a traded commodity market and provide the important functions of: price discovery, price transparency, supply/pricing […]
The most common business structures in the industry today are either production sharing contracts (PSCs) or royalty/tax systems (R/Ts). Roughly half of the governments of this world use PSCs and the rest use R/Ts. While these systems are fundamentally different from philosophical and legal perspectives, their structures are dramatically similar from financial, economic, and accounting […]
The current gas dispute between Russia and Ukraine is potentially the most serious yet. It takes place against the background of the two countries’ deteriorating relations following the collapse of the Yanukovich government, the annexation of Crimea by Russia and the military conflict in eastern Ukraine. In June, negotiations between Russia and Ukraine on the […]
The efficacy or inefficacy of international sanctions has been a long-standing concern of observers of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Mainstream analyses have tended to address this question by attempting to gauge the resilience of the Iranian leadership in the face of economic hardship. This mode of analysis tends to present Iran’s predicament as a […]
Oxford Energy Forum – The Future of Gas – Issue 116 https://t.co/cAa1cGsyOI
New OIES study assesses effectiveness of OPEC’s Declaration of Cooperation with non-OPEC producers: DOC accelerated… https://t.co/mLWRpKlPey
OIES's @thierry_bros interviewed by @yannicrab on the consequences of Brexit on gas interconnectors - https://t.co/MNMHVklNXV