Energy Forum

1st Quarter 2012
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"Political Economy of Shale Gas Industry in Eastern Europe"
by Vlad Ivanenko and Benjamin Schlesinger
"Brussels Beijing Bet"
by Matthew Hulbert
"Estimates of Oil Price Elasticity"
by Robert Hoffman
"Water Management Economics in the Development and Production of Shale Resources"
by Christopher J. Robart
"Tight Gas to Tight Oil: Squashing Hubbert’s Bell Curve"
by Ross McCracken
"Beijing Traffic Congestion: Recent Moves are Too Little, Too Late"
by Philip Andrews-Speed
"The Triple “A” Argument for Natural Gas"
by Maximilian Kuhn and Frank Umbach
"Implications of European Shale Gas Developments for the EU Gas Market: A Model Based Analysis"
by Jeroen de Joode, Arjan Plomp and Özge Özdemir
"How Would the Development of Shale Gas Resources in Ukraine Impact Europe’s (energy) Security?"
by Gordon LIttle

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