For 30 years BIEE has provided a focal point for informed discussion and debate of key energy issues in the UK.

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21 Sep, 2016

Innovation and Disruption: the energy sector in transition

Every part of the energy sector is experiencing rapid change and high rates of innovation, with some examples of managed transitions, but often with disruptive transformation. BIEE’s 11th Oxford Conference will explore how energy economics and policy analysis can help chart a course through the uncertainties, facilitating technology development, investment and securing consumer trust, towards low carbon, secure and affordable sustainable energy systems.

Venue:St. John's College, Oxford , OX1 3JP

The BIEE aims to encourage the exchange of ideas and information between energy professionals from different disciplines and sectors of the industry and to promote a responsible, evidence based approach to the challenges of energy policy and tackling climate change.

We have a diverse membership that cuts across traditional industry sectors with members drawn from academia, government, industry and finance.

BIEE is impartial, globally informed, and focuses on energy economics and policy.

Our members benefit from meetings, conferences and seminars throughout the year, access to latest papers, presentations  and videos of our events, plus a unique network of valuable contacts in academia, industry, finance and the public sector.

BIEE membership is available for companies, individuals and students and can be combined with membership of the IAEE

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Review of Tidal Lagoons: Call for Evidence

The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change has asked Charles Hendry to lead the independent review into the feasibility and practicality of tidal lagoon energy in the UK. He is seeking evidence and representations that will form the evidence base for the Review. Please submit any written evidence with a bearing on any of these issues by 31 July 2016.

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New Report: Business Model of International Oil Companies

A new Chatham House report by Prof Paul Stevens examines on the future of the major international oil companies (IOCs). The report suggests that the current business model that sustained them during the 20th century is no longer fit for purpose. As a result, they are faced with the choice of managing a gentle decline by downsizing or risking collapse by trying to carry on business as usual. It concludes that the realistic option for the IOCs lies in restructuring and realizing many of their current assets.

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