Category Archives: Energy Policy

IEA's World Energy Outlook 2015

Watch Christof Rühl, Global Head of Research at the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and BP’s former Chief Economist, commenting on the […] Read More

Electricity Sector Developments in Ghana

Theo Acheampong, Associate, Crystol Energy, spoke to Ghanaian media on the sidelines of the Africa Oil Governance Summit on developments […] Read More

Natural Gas in Canada: what are the options going forward?

Ieda Gomes, Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and a member of the Advisory Board of Crystol […] Read More

Privatisation and the UK Energy Industries

Lord David Howell, Chairman of the Advisory Board of Crystol Energy, opened the debate on the “Case for private ownership of industries and […] Read More

Can Climate Change Policies and Hydrocarbons Live Together in the Middle East and North Africa? – Watch the Webcast

17 September 2015, Beirut At this year’s G7 summit, world leaders signaled the end of the fossil fuel era that […] Read More

Privatisation and the UK Energy Industries

Lord David Howell, Chairman of the Advisory Board of Crystol Energy, will open the debate on the “Case for private ownership […] Read More

Global Energy Developments: Certain Uncertainties

Few would question that once again the global energy developments scene is in upheaval, with radical change pounding at the […] Read More

India energy: The world’s wildest card

India, the world’s largest democracy, is increasingly asserting its influence on global energy and climate change discussions. With an expanding […] Read More

Can Oil and Gas Markets Adjust to a Rising Persia?

Given its substantial oil and gas resource potential, Iran must be on the radar screen of every major international oil […] Read More

Tunisia Treads Cautiously over Energy Reform in Post-Revolution Recovery

TUNISIA initiated the Arab Spring wave which toppled decades of dictatorship in several countries. Its success in charting a course […] Read More