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In October’s edition of Government Gazette, the outlet of UK’s Centre for Parliamentary Studies, I make three points: European domestic shale gas production won’t make the difference; gas markets are probably going global but Europeans don’t get to decide on … Continue reading
In our recent piece in Forbes Magazine, Matthew Hulbert and I argue that the shale gas revolution has set in motion the logic for international gas price parity across diverse geographic locations. Yet, politics will have their share in making … Continue reading
A chapter I authored for the recently released Routledge Handbook of Energy Security deals with ‘The public policy dimension of energy security‘. Learn more.
This background paper was produced for the participant booklet of the 2010 Munich Security Conference. Read more.
Just finished my paper on "Energy security and public policy. Some implications for the global governance of oil and gas"
The paper will be presented at the ISA 2010 in New Orleans. It discusses challenges in global energy from a public goods angle and draws conclusions on implications for global energy governance, i.e. an institutional structure facilitating the effective provision … Continue reading
I just co-published a new book: Global Energy Governance. The new rules of the game. Published by Brookings Press. Learn more.