Asian Energy Markets Following the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues to strongly impact international energy markets, posing severe challenges for energy importing countries. Much of the commentary and analysis has been focused on the consequences for, and reactions of, European nations and the European Union. Despite the … Continue Reading ››
Geopolitics of Nuclear Energy in the Middle East
On 28 November 2017, I participated in a workshop organized by the International Institute for Strategic Studies on the geopolitics of nuclear energy in the Middle East, held in Istanbul. The event was … Continue Reading ››
The current low level of international energy prices will not only affect China’s macro-economy and its domestic energy sector, as discussed in last month’s column, but it will also have some consequences for the country’s international engagement in the energy arena.
Whilst low prices have the potential to reduce the country’s … Continue Reading ››
On 21st May 2014 CNPC and Gazprom finally signed the deal that commits Gazprom to export by pipeline to China 38 billion cubic metres of gas per year for 30 years. At a total contract value of US$ 400 billion, … Continue Reading ››
International energy and resources policy, with a focus on China