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Energy Security
U.S., JAPANESE, AND ASIAN ENERGY SECURITY   By Mikkal E. Herberg

This report analyzes major strategic and energy market developments that are reshaping the Asia-Pacific’s energy security environment and offers recommendations for how the region can forge a new, more robust ...Read more >

32 Pages
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IMF WORKING PAPER : HOW LARGE ARE GLOBAL ENERGY SUBSIDIES?  By David Coady

This paper provides a comprehensive, updated picture of energy subsidies at the global and regional levels. It focuses on the broad notion of post-tax energy subsidies, which arise when consumer prices are below supply costs ...Read more >

42 Pages
841.94 KB
THE SHALE REVOLUTION  By BY ROBERT A. MANNING

The shale revolution, the combination of computer-aided horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing known as “fracking,” already has had a profound multidimensional impact. ...Read more >

20 Pages
1.57 MB
THE NEW ENERGY REVOLUTION AND THE GULF  By By Carolyn Barnett

A half century ago, huts lined the water in cities like Doha and Abu Dhabi. Riyadh and Kuwait were little more than villages. The countries that now make up the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) were desert ...Read more >

12 Pages
465.64 KB
RENEWABLES 2014 GLOBAL STATUS REPORT  

This report was commissioned by REN21 and produced in collaboration with a global network of research partners. Financing was provided by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development ...Read more >

215 Pages
10.18 MB
NEW ENERGY NEW GEOPOLITICS  By Sarah O. Ladislaw

In the last ten years, US Shale gas and tight oil production has skyrocketed, supplying not only national but global ...Read more >

76 Pages
3.92 MB
NEW GAS NEW GEOPOLITICS REPORT -3  By Sarah O. Ladislaw

In the last 10 years, US shale gas and tight oil production has skyrocketed, supplying not only national but global markets, to the benefit of ...Read more >

46 Pages
1.81 MB
ENERGY SECURITY IN THE 2010S AND IMPLICATIONS FOR THE U.S. MILITARY  By Carlisle

The Middle Easts hydrocarbon resources play a vital role in global energy markets and will continue to do so for many years to come. Meanwhile, the oil and gas sector has been, and is likely to remain of central importance to Middle Eastern countries themselves, whether or not they are major ...Read more >

47 Pages
2.17 MB
DANGEROUS GROUND : THE SPRATLY ISLANDS AND U.S. INTERESTS AND APPROACHES  By Clarence J. Bouchat

The region around the Spratly Islands and the South China Sea is important to the economies of the surrounding states in terms of fish resources and the potential for natural gas and ...Read more >

177 Pages
3.27 MB
WORLD ENERGY OUTLOOK 2013  

Some long-held tenets of the energy sector are being rewritten.Countries are switching roles: importers are becoming exporter and exporters are among the major sources of growing demand. New supply options reshape ideas about distribution of ...Read more >

15 Pages
1.24 MB
THE OTHER PIVOT TO ASIA : THE SHIFTING STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE OF GULF PETROLEUMO  By Anthony H. Cordesman

It is all too easy to focus on energy developments in the US and lose sight of the overall pattern of changes in world energy production and consumption. The fact is, however, that the Department of Energy does not forecast US energy independence in its reference ...Read more >

13 Pages
666.97 KB
ENERGY 2020 : NORTH AMERICA, THE NEW MIDDLE EAST  By Edward L Morse

For the first time since 1949, the US has become a net petroleum product exporting country and has edged out Russia as the world.’s largest refined petroleum ...Read more >

92 Pages
1.49 MB
OIL SECURITY AND CONVENTIONAL WAR  By Rosemary A. Kelanic

The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) is an independent, nonpartisan membership organization, think tank, and publisher dedicated to being a resource for its members, government ...Read more >

18 Pages
229.59 KB
THE NEXUS OF FOOD, ENERGY AND WATER  

Already more than one billion people lack access to clean drinking water, sufficient food and electricity, and the global population is growing by some 80 million people every year. By 2030, the nine billion people living on earth will need 30% more water, 40% more energy and 50% more food to ...Read more >

24 Pages
581.43 KB
2013 WHOS WINNING THE CLEAN ENERGY RACE  

For the past five years, Pew has tracked investment and finance trends in the worlds leading economies. Over that period, the clean energy industry has been buffeted by a global recession, broad changes in energy markets, and uncertainty surrounding international policies on clean energy and climate ...Read more >

57 Pages
3.41 MB
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