Energy Forum

3rd Quarter 2015
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"Energy in 2014 – After a Calm Comes the Storm"
by Spencer Dale and Alexander Naumov
"Stumbling to a New Equ‘oil’ibrium: Understanding the Current Upheaval in the Global Crude Oil Market"
by Daniel Huppmann and David Livingston
"OPEC Imposes ‘Swing Producer’ Role upon U.S. Shale: Evidence and Implications"
by Jim Krane and Mark Agerton
"Fifty Shades of Black"
by Ian Walker/Paul Tempest
"The Oil Price Plunge: Is it Really Different this Time?"
by Les Deman
"Oil Prices in 2015"
by Thomas Tunstall
"The Implications of the Recent Oil Price Drop on the Brazilian Economy"
by Lavinia Rocha de Hollanda and Rafael da Costa Nogueira
"The 2015 Countershock and the Prospects for a Low-carbon Energy Transition"
by Duccio Basosi and Riccardo Basosi
"June OPEC Meeting: the Start of Another Oil Price Decrease?"
by Alexandre Andlaurer

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