This book explores varying outcomes of energy cooperation, defined as diplomatic relations, bilateral trade, and investment in oil and natural gas. It looks at economic potential, geopolitical rivalry, and domestic interest groups in the cases of U.S.-Russia, U.S.-Azerbaijan, and Russia-Germany energy ties.
Étiqueté : cooperation
Ce papier de Stefan Bössner analyse en profondeur la relation bilatérale entre la France et l’Allemagne dans le domaine de l’énergie, en particulier dans le secteur de l’électricité…
Trust in Norwegian-Russian energy relations is one in the making. Both sides have actively pursued to build trust, particularly over the past decade. The process has been driven by shared economic interests, the prominence of the petroleum industry in both countries, and a desire to improve political relations on both sides…
Trust and European-Russian energy cooperation: The case of oil and gas partnerships and long-term contracts
This EPRG study argues that, in addition to political and economic factors, the level of trust between decision makers influenced outcomes in European-Russian energy cooperation.
“This book provides critical insights into the dynamic processes of conflict and cooperation in relation to oil, gas and minerals, recognising that there is no easy and clear separation between areas of cooperation and of conflict and that these relations co-exist in complex and continually evolving ways…”
In this FEEM paper we illustrate the “direct” cost components of various policies, and then confront them with the benefits generated, that is, the damage cost avoided.
The report presents water cooperation case studies from Asia, Europe, Africa and Latin America, in the context of the GWP network and the implementation of integrated water resources management
The authors argue that any chance of progress must address each of these problems in a radically different way. First, the old narrative of recrimination must cede to a narrative based on recognition of common interests. Second, leaders must shift the focus away from emissions cuts to technology generation. Third, the old “cash-for-cuts” approach must be abandoned for one that requires contributions from all countries calibrated in magnitude and form to their current level of development and future prospects. (© Brookings)
EU-Russia Energy Dialogue Progress report
Sustainable Cooperation in Global Climate Policy: Specific Formulas and Emission Targets to Build on Copenhagen and Cancun
The authors offer a framework to assign quantitative allocations of emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs), across countries, one budget period at a time…
Springboard for a common european energy policy / Andoura Sami. Genshagen Foundation, 2010, 30 p.