When it comes to oil and gas exploration and production, Egypt is in a different league than its neighbors in the Eastern Mediterranean.
In the swirl of post-Brexit debate the role of, and the implications for, the Commonwealth have been raised with increasing frequency.
How is EU Energy Governance facing up to the era of rapid change in the world’s energy mix, and to the big drop in crude oil prices?
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The May 2016 edition of Access for Women in Energy Newsletter features a variety of recent stories on women’s presence and contribution in the energy sector. Last
Christof Rühl, Head of Global Research, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, comments on the impact of crude oil prices on fuel economy improvements.