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Prof. Aleh Cherp leads a new project on the Politics of Energy Transitions

Prof. Aleh Cherp leads a new project on the Politics of Energy Transitions supported by the International Social Sciences Council’s Transformation to Sustainability Program as part of the Future Earth initiative.

Experts Debate How Russia-Ukraine Crisis Will Affect CEE Energy

CEU's Energy Policy Research Group hosted a high-level roundtable debate on gas supply security in Central Europe as the crisis in Ukraine escalates and potential supply disruption from Russia appears ever more likely this summer. The May 20 “United in Diversification? Implications of the Russia-Ukraine Conflict on Central and Eastern Europe’s Gas Supply” event included government and industry experts and addressed the critical geopolitical issues as well as practical, day-to-day supply strategies.

Success of CEE Put Energy Security on the Map, Anita Orban says

Hungary's Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security Anita Orban, outlined Europe's search for an integrated solution to securing reliable energy supply at the Central European University on Feb. 25, taking attendees through a tumultuous decade of politics and policy.

Tuesday, 25 February, 2014 - 17:00 - 18:30
Lecture
Hungarian Ambassador-at-Large for Energy Security, Dr Anita Orbán
Nador u. 9, Monument Building
Room: 
Gellner Room

DPP faculty member takes part in global energy strategy simulation in Turkey

On 6 October 2011, DPP faculty member Andreas Goldthau participated in a one-day "Global Energy Strategy Simulation" in Istanbul, organized by the Turkish Industrialists and Businessmen’s Association (TÜSIAD) and run by the Texas-based global intelligence company Stratfor.

The event, which drew an audience of roughly 500 people, sought to simulate how major producers, consumers and transit countries would respond to fluctuations in oil prices in the future.

New article on OPEC's performance in global energy markets

DPP faculty member Andreas Goldthau published a piece titled Assessing OPEC's performance in global energy in Global Policy. The article examines OPEC’s performance in regulating output and prices in the global oil market during its 50 years of existence. In addition, it discusses key trends that are likely to determine OPEC’s effectiveness in the years ahead, particularly climate change policies.

New Scientist quotes research from Jessica Jewell on the future of nuclear power

Jessica Jewell's research on nuclear energy is quoted in this week's New Scientist. Her research, conducted as a Masters' thesis in the MESPOM program at the Department of Environmental Science and Policy, focuses on launching (or continuing to deploy) nuclear power in various nations.

EPRG researcher discusses OPEC's performance at Oxford University

EPRG researcher Andreas Goldthau presented in the Global Politics of Energy seminar of DPIR, Oxford University. Taking place on 22 February 2011, the event was co-hosted by St. Peter's College. In his lecture, Goldthau critically discussed OPEC's performance in governing the oil market throughout the organization's 50 years of existence.

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