This Energy and Environment Paper follows the original publication on the Refomred Financial Mechanism proposal (OIES EV 45). It analyses four areas of oversight:How to design decision making (processes and remits) for the UNFCCC COP and RFM executive body so as to ensure sufficient political oversight and buy-in without the danger of over-politicized micro-management of […]
In this Oxford Energy and Environment comment Dr Benito Müller (Director Energy and Environment at OIES) discusses some of the key options regarding how the (adaptation) quick start funding pledged under the Copenhagen Accord should be managed if we are to avoid a further deterioration of trust between the developed and the developing world.
In the current negotiations on the future institutional arrangements for international public climate change finance one of the most controversial issues that divides developed and developing countries is the concept of being ‘under the authority of the COP’. In this OIES Energy and Environment Comment Dr. Benito Müller. looks into how this controversy could be […]
Benito Müller analyses the recent UN climate change conference, with a particular focus on what happened on the last day, and what implications that will have for the upcoming negotiations.
New OIES paper on China’s gas reform: By 2030 the government plans for gas to represent 15% of total primary energy… https://t.co/lHing4ydFR
China’s Long March to Gas Price Freedom: Price Reform in the People’s Republic https://t.co/WhcqlipJYI
New OIES paper on DME Oman: Settlement based on relatively large volume of trades but volumes fall rapidly as last… https://t.co/e6az1QtNJn