Energie : papiers de recherche moissonnés (26/10/2015)

China and the Middle East in a New Energy Landscape / Zha Daojiong and Michal Meidan. Chatham House, October 2015, 15 p. https://www.chathamhouse.org/publication/china-and-middle-east-new-energy-landscape

Shifting energy and geopolitical dynamics are prompting China to review its involvement in the Middle East, but its appetite for a deeper security engagement remains limited.

The New Economics of Oil / Spencer Dale. Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, October 2015, 9 p. (Oxford energy comment) http://www.oxfordenergy.org/2015/10/the-new-economics-of-oil/

The oil market has changed very significantly over the past 10 to 15 years. Concerns about carbon emissions and climate change have increased materially. And, more importantly, the US shale revolution has introduced a new source of supply, with very different production and financing strcutures. In this comment, Spencer Dale, the Chief Economist of BP, considers the implications of these changes and argues that the principles and beliefs that served us well in the past are no longer as useful for analysing the oil market…

Gouverner les différences : les politiques énergétiques nationales, régionales, et de l’UE / Jacques de Jong, Thomas Pellerin-Carlin et Jean-Arnold Vinois. Institut Jacques Delors, octobre 2015, 28 p. (Policy paper ; 44) http://www.institutdelors.eu/011-22030-Gouverner-les-differences-dans-l-Union-de-l-energie.html

Ce policy-paper analyse les divers niveaux auxquels les décisions publiques sont prises dans le domaine de l’énergie.

Oil in Uganda: Hard Bargaining and complex politics in East Africa / Luke Patey. Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, October 2015, 49 p. (OIES paper: WPM 60) http://www.oxfordenergy.org/2015/10/oil-in-uganda-hard-bargaining-and-complex-politics-in-east-africa-2/

This paper provides an overview of the history of oil exploration in Uganda, it considers future production and reserve levels and infrastructure development along with Uganda’s regulatory environment, through the refinery demands, tax disputes, and contractual negotiations between the Ugandan government and international oil companies and how politics may impact the advancement of Uganda’s oil industry.

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Danièle Revel (2015, 26 octobre). Energie : papiers de recherche moissonnés (26/10/2015). Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 15 avril 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/oc10

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