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The Geopolitics of Energy Insecurity: the Challenge of Arctic Hydrocarbons for UK Policy

Dr Richard Powell, University of Liverpool. This paper explores the interrelations of climatic changes and energy security through the shifting geopolitics of ...

The Implications of Low-Carbon Scenarios for Investment Strategies

Mr Thomas Tindall, Oxera. The extent to which we address climate change, and the way in which it may be achieved is highly uncertain, and intertwined with a wi...

The Political Economy of Energy Regulation in the UK 1945-2007 – Paradigms and Policy

Dr Shane Fudge, University of Surrey This paper considers the current and historical debate that has taken place around energy policy and government regulati...

Energy and carbon scenarios of China for the 21st Century

Dr Tao Wang, Sussex Energy Group and Tyndall Centre  China's economy has expanded rapidly during the last two decades at nearly 10% per year. This has lead ...

Towards a Sustainable Transport System 2008

Adrian Gault, Department for Transport The context for sustainable transport is set out in respect to UK CO2 emissions and the literature that that has examine...

World Energy Outlook 2007: China and India Insights

Dr. Fatih Birol, International Energy Agency Provides an overview of the WEO 2007 in respect to the IEA’s: Reference Scenario; Alternative Policy Scenario an...

What’s the Value of an Energy Economist?

Peter Davies, BP plc .  12 November 2007 Provides an overview of the role of energy economics, initially considering existing oil resources and the theories ...

Policies for a Low Carbon UK Energy System

Prof. Dennis Anderson, Imperial College.  3 October 2007 This paper provides an independent assessment of the policies required, and estimated costs for, ach...

Energy White Paper 2007: Meeting the Energy Challenge

Vicky Pryce, BERR This provides a brief overview of the 2007 Energy White Paper (EWP), setting the policy and analytical context and some key highlights. The k...

Energy White Paper: Overview

Professor David Newbery, Cambridge University As well as comparing the 2003 and 2007 Energy White Papers, progress since 2003 is set out. For different sectors...

Valuing Carbon: From theory to practice and back (again)

Professor Michael Grubb, The Carbon Trust  There are two main discourses around carbon, the first relating to what the cost of carbon should be. It is suggest...

Saving Energy

Dr Brenda Boardman, ECI,  Oxford University In the context of the challenge to cut carbon emissions, the task is huge, but possible. The 40% House study provi...
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