Resources / Meetings

Why Scotland should not aspire to achieve its 100% renewables target by 2020?

Gbenga Ibikunle, University of Edinburgh Business School

Scottish Renewables

Niall Stuart Chief Executive Scottish Renewables

Natural Gas – A Stepping stone or an Endpoint?

Professor Nigel Brandon, OBE FrEng, Director of the Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College London

Natural Gas in 2015

Emma Wild, Head of Upstream O&G Advisory, KPMG

UK Gas Winter Outlook

Simon Durk Gas Supply Manager National Grid

Natural Gas Stepping Stone or Endpoint ?

Robin Smale Director Vivid Economics

Climate Change and Actuarial Risk

Oliver Bettis BSc FIA FCII, Fellow of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries (IFoA)

Reducing inherent uncertainty in energy policy: can politics help?

Ed Davey, Former Secretary of State, DECC

The IEA’s Special Report on Energy and Climate Change

Dan Dorner,  Senior Analyst, International Energy Agency. In advance of the crucial COP21 climate meeting in Paris in December, the IEA  report responds to t...

International Carbon Markets

Adam Whitmore  Parker Seminar Jun 17 2015

BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2014

Spencer Dale, Group Chief Economist.   Global primary energy consumption decelerated sharply in 2014, even though global economic growth was similar to 2...

Energy Policy After the Election

Dieter Helm, Professor of Energy  Policy,  University of Oxford. In 2015 British energy policy faces big challenges for EMR, for the capacity and feed in tar...
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