This fellowship is for researchers who are in the early stages of their research career and have the potential to progress further in their field. The fellowship provides the opportunity to build an independent research career. It covers all areas of energy research, with a focus on oil and gas, including international relations between producers and consumers of energy; the economic development of producing nations and the geo-political aspects of all these issues alongside the economics and politics of the environment in relation to energy.
GCC continues to invest in new capacity despite low oil prices while Iraq suffering from cuts, an OIES presentation https://t.co/mnZ2otLglu
Malcolm Keay cited in The Economist: The utility business model is broken, and markets are, too https://t.co/DeeWroJXGj
New OIES study on Russia: Production in 2017 reach 11.16mb/d, rise to 11.4mb/d in 2020 declining to 11mb/d by 2025… https://t.co/tHm7pmJ7gJ