OIES publishes full-length and in-depth Research Papers which take a longer view on the most important issues in international energy debates, aiming to contribute new policy ideas or new empirical work to the body of existing knowledge.
Brunekreeft, Kusznir & Meyer article in latest OEF on how inadequacy of the current regulatory framework to incenti… https://t.co/SNw6nix3uA
Fattouh quoted in FT on OPEC strategy as corona virus muddies outlook for energy demand: If everyone fulfils their… https://t.co/66aJmA5LPX
Germany is under pressure to connect NS2 & Navalny incident but Russia would certainly see NS2 postponement/cancell… https://t.co/Qw5IvxXlFO
Due to decarbonisation targets, electricity grids face higher volatilities in network usage, but investments in gri… https://t.co/A5Hm5mvAic