Energy Forum

2nd Quarter 2018
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"President's Message"
by David Knapp
"A Comparison of the Risk of Transporting Crude Oil: Rail vs. Pipeline"
by Charles F. Mason
"Carbon Regulations: Can Economic Science Determine Carbon Costs?"
by Douglas B. Reynolds
"Oil Will Maintain Its Dominance During the 21st Century & Beyond"
by Mamdouh Salameh
"Resilience Finally Debuts in Electricity Markets and Raises 2018 Questions"
by Thomas Russo
"Concepts of Geopolitics and Energy Security"
by Ole Gunnar Austvik
"Energy-Climate Dilemma in Nigeria:Options for the Future"
by Michael O. Dioha and Nnaemeka V. Emodi
"The U. S. Fracking Boom: Impacts on Global Oil Prices and OPEC"
by Manuel Frondel, Marco Horvath, Colin Vance
"Supply and Demand Assumptions Behind EIA’s Alternative Oil Price Paths"
by David Daniels
"Oil Supply and Demand in Canada’s Energy Future: Current Context and Long Term Trends"
by Matthew Hansen, Chris Doleman and Abha Bhargava
"Indian Energy Security Status: What are the Economic and Environmental Implications?"
by Nathaniel Babajide

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