This presentation analyses some of the key relationships that are important for understanding global oil demand dynamics. It discusses the income and price determinants of oil demand as well as non-price factors such as the impact of government policies and other factors external to the oil market and which can have a drastic impact on […]
This paper by Prof Timmons and his team provides preliminary findings on trends in climate aid from the world’s major donor nations from 2000 to 2006 based on individual categorization of over 115,000 aid projects randomly selected from the OECD/CRS database.
Benito Müller and Harald Winkler are looking at the latest World Bank initiative to set up three ‘Climate Investment Funds’ — a Clean Technology Fund (Target size US$5-10bn); a $1bn Forest Investment Fund, and a $1bn Adaptation Pilot Fund, and find that the proposed governance of these funds is completely out of step with recent […]
South East Europe remains the most underdeveloped region in Europe in terms of energy and energy governance. The region’s energy endowment is well below the European average. It is naturally dependent on imports and limited indigenous resources such as hydro, lignite and biomass. Eventual sustainable use of these indigenous resources requires considerable improvements in governance, […]
B Fattouh and M Shehabi on the challenges of diversification in the GCC and the role of the energy sector in the di… https://t.co/UN2my3J2va
OIES study quoted on Spain’s third interconnection with Morocco: projects such as Desertec stalled because they wer… https://t.co/Zq1rR0iJLq
New OIES Podcast discusses the impact of the energy transition on energy investments with companies seeking higher… https://t.co/KBc56KNKLZ