Energy Forum

2nd Quarter 2015
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"Managing the Legacy of Fossil Fuels"
by Ronald Oxburgh
"Avoiding Catastrophe: An Acute Danger From Changing Climate"
by Paul Tempest
"The Agility of Shale Oil Production"
by Ross McCracken
"An Energy Target for the Next 15 Years"
by Bjorn Lomborg
"China Seeks to Dominate Off-Shore Energy Resources in the South and East China Seas"
by John R. Weinberger
"The Geopolitics of Oil in a Carbon-Constrained World"
by Aviel Verbruggen and Thijs Van de Graaf
"What is Behind the Steep Decline in Crude Oil Prices: Glut or Geopolitics? "
by Mamdouh G Salameh
"The Geopolitics of Oil and Gas"
by Fred B. Olayele
"Fuel for Thought"
by Joseph Naemi
"Geopolitics Move Back up the Agenda: Turmoil in Ukraine and its Impact on Risk Perceptions Among Energy Experts"
by Robert Germeshausen, Philipp Massier and Nikolas Wölfing
"European Gas Supply Security and Geopolitics"
by Yuri Yegorov and Franz Wirl

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