OIES researchers publish in peer-reviewed academic journals as well as producing or authoring policy briefs, technical reports, and op-eds. Below is a selection of non-OIES publications by OIES staff.
This article was first published in Middle East Economic Survey February 1st 1999. The merger frenzy to which the oil industry is succumbing today should not be attributed to the recent price collapse. Prices fall and rise in the short period; mergers are designed to last for a much longer while. Companies seek to merge, […]
This comment first appeared in the International Institute of Strategic Studies Strategic Survey. The analogy between the strategic aspects of the development of energy in the Caspian region and the ‘great game’ of the competition between Britain and Russia for influence over the region is often drawn, with its allusions to high level bipolar superpower […]
At the time of writing, oil prices are testing lows last seen (in nominal terms) in 1973, with the severity of the 1998 oil price crisis now greater than that of 1986. The speed of adjustment in oil markets, and the sharp price changes occasioned by each new piece of information that hits the news […]
Henderson quoted on OPEC+ meeting: Moscow needs to see major participation in reducing output or alternative incent… https://t.co/QAOhCtf9j7
Malcolm Keay’s OIES paper Energy Systems Thinking & Decarbonisation of Heat in the UK reviewed in March 2020 issue… https://t.co/apM6OwH4xc
New OIES comment on how oil markets are coping with the demand shock: in extreme market conditions it is the differ… https://t.co/gwuye4ILGj
Shocks and Differentials: How are the oil markets coping? https://t.co/MZi6Un2Qbe