The aim of this study is to investigate the future risks to supply for the global markets for oil, coal and uranium. The study forms part of an integrated project by the CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis, which is developing a framework for a cost benefit analysis of energy supply security policy.
A very great and, at first glance, confusing variety of tenancy arrangements for mineral resources can be observed around the world. Substance and form may vary not only from one country to another, but even from one region to another within the same country. In addition, the type of tenancy may vary from one mineral […]
This paper develops a model of the decision to decommission an oil platform offshore the UK, using elementary options valuation It contrasts the choice of decommissioning date under expected or certain-equivalent value with the dates that would be optimal if options values for continuing production were developed with respect to uncertain prices, decommissioning costs, fixed […]
The great Dutch gas transition https://t.co/yg0BDUN1XY
OIES paper quoted on China’s LNG imports and energy security: Energy security may be a bigger worry for China's LNG… https://t.co/ukg2B2uMbC
New OIES paper on China-US trade war and the short and long-run implications on energy flows and energy policy: LPG… https://t.co/WoE4A26tbx
US-China: The Great Decoupling https://t.co/7qoQivxfTW