The seminar was focused on the local content /capacity development issues and policies in the Republic of Kazakhstan and other resource-rich countries. It is designed by the Kazakh-British Centre for Competitiveness of KBTU and Henley Business School of the University of Reading with participation of the JSC “National agency for local content development”. The seminar was designed in the form of interactive discussion. The seminar materials have been pulled together as a long-term international research, business development and management experience, accompanied by the unique and exclusive insights into Kazakhstan country specific data and policy regulation
Categories: MeetingsJumasseitova-Financial-and-informational-friction-and-the-effectiveness-of-protectionist-tarrif-policy.pdf 527.69 KBNygaardUK-Local-content-early-stage1.pdf 887 KBOlsen-Norway-local-content-strategy2.pdf 4.17 MBLocal-content-Kuwait-CPAC-Platform2.pdf 436.62 KBMurphy-Local-content-perspectives2.pdf 618.33 KBOptimal-local-content-policy-for-Extractive-and-exploration-industries3.pdf 877.36 KBal-bairmai-local-content-strategy-Kuwait2.pdf 1.78 MBKPC-Local-Content-Strategy-and-Private-Sector-Participation1.pdf 286.2 KB
Charles Hendry recently published his review of tidal lagoons, commissioned by Energy Secretary Amber Rudd in May 2016. Charles has looked at how tidal lagoons would help meet our energy priorities – security of supply, decarbonisation, UK economic opportunities/jobs and affordability. He has concluded that there would be ‘no regrets’ in moving forward with a pathfinder project at Swansea and in order to develop a wider fleet of tidal lagoons, the Government should prepare a National Policy Statement and create a Tidal Power Authority.
Tags: Tidal lagoon powerThe-Hendry-review-Tidal-lagoon-Energy-final-report.pdf 2.65 MB
Boris Lagadinov, Head of Analysis SandbagThe-EUETS-in-the-2020s-_Sandbag.pptx 258.2 KB
Laszlo Varro, Chief Economist, The International Energy Agency The International Energy Agency recently released the first ever detailed analysis of investment across the global energy system. In this inaugural annual report on energy investments around the world, the International Energy Agency (IEA) looks at the lifeblood of the global energy system: investment. The ability to attract and direct capital flows is vital to transitioning to a low-carbon economy while also maintaining energy security and expanding energy access worldwide. The success or failure of energy policies can be measured by their ability to mobilise investments. The new report measures in a detailed manner the state of investment in the energy system across technologies, sectors and regions. The analysis takes a comprehensive look at the critical issues confronting investors, policy-makers, and consumers over the past year.
Tags: IEAWorld-Energy-Investment-Varro-IEA.pdf 1.78 MB