Oxford Energy Forum – Issue, 100

This special issue of the Forum is dedicated to Robert Mabro who founded the Oxford Energy Policy Club in 1976, the Oxford Energy Seminar in 1979, and the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies in 1982.

In this issue of the Oxford Energy Forum, Robert’s colleagues and friends reflect on the man and his work and how his extraordinary contribution to the field has enriched our understanding of energy markets, the behaviour of the various players, the dynamics within OPEC, the consumer-producer dialogue, and the interaction between governments and oil companies and how his deep insights and intellectually integrity continue to shape and influence thinking.

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