Oxford Energy Forum is a journal published by the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) which aims to stimulate debate, especially on public policy in energy. It covers a different theme in every issue, inviting experts in the field to debate the theme through short analytical articles.
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Canada's carbon tax hike, while onerous in the short-term, could be the catalyst for a new cycle of investment and… https://t.co/fkvt0uF9P1
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