Étiqueté : Gulf Cooperation Council
In this OIES’s study, Mari Luomi examines how the resource-rich GCC countries are positioning themselves in the international relations of the green economy, focusing on the UAE’s state-led efforts to acquire the means of implementation for a national green energy transition
“While the impact of the increase in US production on prices and on oil market dynamics is yet to be fully felt, as some of the underlying forces still need time to unfold and need to be fully understood, it is important to provide a general framework to help us analyse the US shale revolution and its potential impacts on oil markets and key Middle East producers…”
The Geopolitics of Russian natural gas / Tatiana Mitrova . Baker III Institute for Public Policy, Rice University, April 2014, 100 p.
This OIES energy comment by Laura El-Katiri explores the reasons for the GCC’s pursuit of nuclear power, and questions the economic and political rationale behind the move.(© OIES)
This OIES paper explores the economic and political significance of the GCC Interconnection for the region.
This Brookings paper was informed by the proceedings of the Doha Carbon and Energy Forum, a two-day workshop held in Doha, Qatar from November 8-10, 2010.