Like no other region, energy resources have shaped the Arab world and its modern-day development trajectory. Endowed with some of the world’s most important oil and natural gas reserves, countries in the Arab world have over the past four decades produced and exported more oil than those of any other region, and hold reserves sufficient […]
This Comment looks at electricity interconnections in Europe. Historically, such interconnections have been mainly aimed at promoting energy security by allowing imports of power from neighbouring systems in an emergency. However, they are now taking on greater importance, both in relation to the goal of a single electricity market, and as a means of facilitating […]
This presentation by Malcolm Keay was delivered at a British Institute of Energy Economics seminar on 25 April 2012. It looks at the links between energy efficiency and sustainability and concludes that they are much more complex than they might appear at first sight.
New OIES presentation on oil price shocks: Building a case for a sustained rise in oil prices based on geopolitical… https://t.co/g0V1Qc0sNh
Demand Shocks, Supply Shocks and Oil Prices: Implications for OPEC https://t.co/mWubAQ8fmi
The Geopolitics of East Med Gas: Hyped Expectations and Hard Realities https://t.co/2BOXoOzDnr
OIES paper on China’s growing gas import dependency: Given gas been playing a growing role in China’s plans to clea… https://t.co/GNQeFWpQT9