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23 January 2020
 
Posted by Samuele Furfari

The start of the geopolitical year 2020 is worrying, and not only because of events in Iran and Iraq. The growing importance of Turkey’s role in the Near and Middle East should not leave one indifferent; the country’s plans in the Levant Sea are notable due to this maritime region’s rich natural gas resources which already play a major role in the geopolitics of energy.

15 August 2019
 
Posted by Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh

Lest We Forget

The Suez crisis of 1956 was such a momentous event for Great Britain that it reduced a great and proud country from a major player on the international stage to a second rate power, caused its economy to shrink and devalued its currency.

06 August 2019
 
Posted by Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh

The War on Iraq in 2003

Almost seventeen years ago, a group of neoconservative hawks among them John Bolton, President Trump’s current national security adviser, persuaded President George W. Bush to mount a quick invasion of Iraq because, they alleged, it had “weapons of mass destruction.” That decision, based on dubious intelligence and taken against the advice of many of America’s closest allies, triggered a huge refugee crisis, destabilized the entire Middle East and cost the global economy an estimated $12.584 trillion of which the US economy’s share was $6.52 trillion according to a research paper titled: The Oil ’Price Rise’ Factor in the Iraq War: A Macroeconomic AssessmentI wrote and was published by the United States Association for Energy Economics (USAEE) on the 4th of June 2008.  Moreover, nearly 5,000 Americans lost their lives in Iraq with hundreds of thousands more injured and receiving lifetime disability compensation.

09 July 2019
 
Posted by Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh

The great rivalry between the United States and China will shape the 21st century. It is a truth universally acknowledged that a great power will never voluntarily surrender pride of place to a challenger. The United States is the pre-eminent great power. China is now its challenger.

The escalating trade war has been casting dark clouds over the global economy creating uncertainty and depressing the global demand for oil and therefore oil prices.

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Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh
EMC Working Papers

The great rivalry between the United States and China will shape the 21st century. It is a truth universally acknowledged that a great power will never voluntarily surrender pride of place to a challenger. The United States is the pre-eminent great power. China is now its challenger. 

“The only indispensable superpower” is also a super-indebted power, and its biggest creditor happens to be its presumed chief strategic rival. Is it logical and workable to encircle one’s own banker militarily?

Prof. Michael Jefferson
Published Papers

For over forty years energy expectations have been riddled with internal contradictions, and all too often a failure to recognise complexity, the nature and scale of the challenges to be faced, and resultant uncertainty. Key elements of Shell’s “World of Internal Contradictions” scenario, issued 

Matsumoto, K., Ming-Zhi Gao, A.
Books

Economic instruments, particularly carbon tax and emissions trading scheme (ETS), have recently attracted the most attention to combat climate change because of their cost efficency to reduce emissions. Introducing these in Asia, where most of the countries do not currently have emission reduction. 

Prof. Michael Jefferson
Reports & others

Author: Prof. Michael Jefferson, Editor of the journal Energy Policy; Affiliate Professor, ESCP Europe; Professor, University of Buckingham.

Special Issues

Journal: Energy Policy

Guest-editors: Dr. Kostas AndriosopoulosProf. Constantin Zopounidis, Dr. Michael Doumpos, Dr. Spiros Papaefthimiou.

The objective of the Special Issue is to present new research results on the theory and modern practice of modeling and management of energy systems, emphasizing on their policy implications. The areas of interest include, networks design and management, oil and gas, smart grids, production optimization, efficiency analysis, optimization and assessment of renewable and sustainable/green energy systems, environmental issues, risk management, decision-making in the energy markets, and energy pricing, among others.

Cole, O.
Magazines' articles

Magazine: INFO.

Author: Dr. Othman Cole, Assistant Professor of Finance, ESCP Europe.

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11 February 2020

The ESCP Energy Society is excited to launch the ‘Watt A Time to Be Alive’ podcast series!

‘Watt A Time to Be Alive’ is a monthly podcast produced by the ESCP Energy Society. It’s for anyone interested in learning more about energy, its new trends, its challenges and its great opportunities. 

The Geopolitics behind Oil and Gas in the Middle East - Dr Mamdouh Salameh (International Oil Economist; Visiting Professor at ESCP Business School) was the guest in the ‘Watt a Time to Be Alive’ studio!

22 January 2020

The ESCP Energy Society is excited to launch the ‘Watt A Time to Be Alive’ podcast series!

‘Watt A Time to Be Alive’ is a monthly podcast produced by the ESCP Energy Society. It’s for anyone interested in learning more about energy, its new trends, its challenges and its great opportunities. 

Big Data and Energy: A winning duo? Ypatios Moysiadis (Business Development Director & UK Country Manager, Greenssolver UK) was the first guest in the ‘Watt a Time to Be Alive’ studio! 

24 October 2019

Earlier this month, Oksana Klimenko, Max Tang, and Edouard Lotz, ESCP Europe’s MSc in Energy Management (MEM) students participated in the “Youth Day 2019: Energy Challenge" after passing a rigorous selection process.

Their success can be largely attributed to the innovative approach the School co-creates the curriculum with its professors, alumni and top industry experts who make up the programme's Advisory Board, ensuring it remains aligned to the needs of the fast growing, dynamic but challenging industry.

16 October 2019

ESCP Business School and its Energy Management Centre (EMC) are delighted to announce that our seventh cohort of MSc in Energy Management students recently nominated the board members of the School’s Energy Society.

Board members offer leadership for carrying out the society’s initiatives and engage ESCP students from all campus in industry-related events, maximise networking opportunities and help them develop professional skills through a range of activities:

27 June 2019

ESCP Europe's students on the Executive Master in Energy Management (EMEM) and MSc in Energy Management (MEM) attended a week-long International Seminar in Washington, DC & Houston, TX from 17th-22nd June. This annual study trip was organised by the School with the support of its Energy Management Centre.

Attendees built a deep understanding of the American energy industry and other key international markets from a series of lectures and workshops delivered by top industry experts. The trip included visits to: The U.S. Department of State, Center for Strategic & International Studies, Atlantic Council, Library of Congress, GE Ventures, Accenture Strategy Energy, Tellurian plant, and the Ocean Star Offshore Drilling Rig Museum and Education Center.

Energy Headlines
21 February 2020
Daily Digest: February 21st, 2020
Daily digest of the latest natural gas news and LNG news by Natural Gas World.
21 February 2020
Transatlantic cooperation key to Europe’s Green Deal, EU official says [GGP]
As the European Union aims to become carbon neutral by the year 2050, cooperation with the United States on energy technology, financing, and imports will be critical to helping transition the European energy sector towards a low-carbon future, Director General for Energy at the European Commission Ditte Juul Jørgensen said on February 20.
21 February 2020
Kazakhstan's KMG Gas Output up in 2019
Growth came from Kazakhstan's top three oil and gas projects.
21 February 2020
Uniper Sells German Lignite Plant Stake
It will mark Uniper's early exit from lignite.
21 February 2020
Europe will sustain its appetite for LNG in 2020 [LNG Condensed]
Europe saw its highest-ever level of LNG imports in 2019 with provisional data suggesting some 76mn metric tons (mt) reached its shores, just over a fifth of global production and a huge jump from the 52.5mn mt imported in 2018. The main factors which have driven this upward leap remain prevalent, suggesting high levels of European imports can be sustained in 2020. Yet looming over this upturn is the prospect of long-in-construction gas pipeline projects finally coming to fruition. [LNG Condensed Volume 2, Issue 1 - January 2020] - Subscribe to NGW Premium or NGW LNG Condensed (complimentary) to read this article.
21 February 2020
Doriemus Raises Funds to Buy Oilex Oz Ops
Doriemus earlier signed a binding initial agreement with Oilex to buy all its interests in the Cooper-Eromanga basin.
21 February 2020
Hourly electricity consumption varies throughout the day and across seasons
The electricity consumed in a given period (often referred to as electricity load) varies throughout the year in somewhat predictable patterns. Total U.S. hourly electricity load is generally highest in the summer months when demand peaks in the afternoon as households and businesses are using air conditioning on hot days. During the winter months, hourly electricity load is less variable but peaks in both the morning and the evening. Load is generally lowest in the spring and autumn when homes and businesses have less need for space heating or cooling.

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