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Rebalancing China’s Energy Strategy

08:10 27 June in ACTUAL, PUBLICATIONS
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www.goldmansachs.com | January 2015 Paulson Papers On Energy and Environment Damien Ma At a high-level meeting of China’s top finance and economics body in June 2014, President Xi Jinping called for a sweeping energy revolution in China, centered on five areas: demand, production, technology, institutional governance, and global markets....

Agenda of 5 – 8 May 2015, Energy Charter, Brussels

09:46 05 May in ACTUAL
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Sixth Executive Training Programme for Young Professionals: Visegrad+ session Strengthening Energy Transition in Ukraine and Europe’s Eastern Neighbourhood: Addressing the Region’s Challenges Through Good Governance Practices Energy Charter Secretariat 56 Boulevard de la Woluwe 1200 Brussels 5 – 8 May 2015 DRAFT AGENDA *Please note that participation of all speakers is subject to confirmation...

Global Game-Changers in Energy: Implications for Eurasia

23:01 21 April in ACTUAL, REPORTS & RESEARCH
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Mehmet Öğütçü, Chairman | Paris, 17 April 2015 |  World energy game-changers Changing dynamics, game, players and rules New demand map, changes in energy mix, and unconventional supply sources Shift in trading and investment patterns Volatility in prices, technological breakthroughs Environment, efficiency and climate change Is energy security a national security matter? Heightened geopolitical, cyber...

Global Game-Changers in Energy: Implications for Eurasia

11:58 14 April in ACTUAL, REPORTS & RESEARCH
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Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI) |  London, 13 April 2015 | By Mehmet Öğütçü | Chairman   World energy game-changers Changing dynamics, game, players and rules New demand map, changes in energy mix, and unconventional supply sources Shift in trading and investment patterns Volatility in prices, technological breakthroughs Environment, efficiency...

How to save Turkey’s energy security?

19:17 03 April in ACTUAL
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www.azernews.az | 3 APRIL 2015 By Rufiz Hafizoglu No matter how much Turkey tries, today it can’t get rid of its energy dependence. The country’s problem lies in that it imports about 90 percent of its consumed coal, 93 percent of its oil and nearly 97 percent of...