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.
Energy in Russia, the subject of this issue of the Oxford Energy Forum, has this year returned to the forefront of debates among academics, policy makers, and those in the industry. Politics, never far from these debates, is a factor: as a result of events in Ukraine, the tension between Russia and the western powers […]
Oil has defined the modern-day development of the Gulf region in a way seen in no other place in the world; together, the six members of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, are home to around a third of known global reserves of oil, and nearly […]
Oil Price Benchmarks in International Trade by Jorge Montepeque, Liz Bossley, Christophe Barret, Peter Stewart, Mike Davis, Bassam Fattouh, Amrita Sen, Peter Caddy, Giacomo Luciani, Salvatore Carollo
Bloomberg reports on Singapore’s Pavilion issuing the world’s first LNG tender with carbon neutral goal. See Jonath… https://t.co/zHa1NTmvdF
Under Russian proposal of rollover of previous cuts Brent prices would still have fallen sharply to low $30 & by mo… https://t.co/5CHoUDCQpI
Is shift in producers’ policy towards maximum supply permanent? Was shift all planned before OPEC+ meeting & failur… https://t.co/47nYFJpAFJ
German regulator may grant a partial derogation to #NordStream2 with conditions attached, establishing a regulatory… https://t.co/Iv1ovXeAvQ