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    Oxford Energy Podcast – The role of the Northern Sea Route for Russia’s Arctic hydrocarbon developments and Russia’s LNG exports

    Oxford Energy Podcast – The role of the Northern Sea Route for Russia’s Arctic hydrocarbon developments and Russia’s LNG exports

    The Northern Sea Route (NSR) – an Arctic seas shortcut between Europe and Asia – has emerged as a new strategic opportunity for unlocking and monetizing Russia’s vast oil and gas reserves in the Arctic. In this podcast David Ledesma discusses with Vitaly Yermakov how the NSR is an important element of Russia’s Arctic strategy, […]

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    Oxford Energy Podcast – Measuring, Reporting and Verification of Methane Emissions from Natural Gas and LNG Trade

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Measuring, Reporting and Verification of Methane Emissions from Natural Gas and LNG Trade

    In this OIES podcast James Henderson talks to Professor Jonathan Stern about his latest paper, entitled “Measuring, Reporting and Verification of Methane Emissions from Natural Gas and LNG Trade.” Following the signing of the Global Methane Pledge at COP26 and the publication of the EU Methane Strategy the topic of methane emissions has become a […]

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    Oxford Energy Podcast – Klimat: Russia in the Age of Climate Change

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Klimat: Russia in the Age of Climate Change

    In this OIES podcast James Henderson talks with Professor Thane Gustafson about his new book entitled “Klimat: Russia in the Age of Climate Change”. They discuss the challenges which Russia will face from the energy transition both in terms of declining hydrocarbon export revenues and also from internal changes to the Russian environment. Professor Gustafson […]

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    Oxford Energy Podcast – A Series of Unfortunate Events: Supply-side factors in the European gas price rally in 2021 and outlook for the rest of winter

    Oxford Energy Podcast – A Series of Unfortunate Events: Supply-side factors in the European gas price rally in 2021 and outlook for the rest of winter

    In this podcast, David Ledesma talks to Jack Sharples about his recent paper on the supply-side factors behind the 2021 gas price rally in Europe, and the supply-side outlook for the rest of winter 2021/22. The ongoing decline in European gas production was exacerbated in 2021 by temporary maintenance-related declines in the UK and Denmark, […]

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    Oxford Energy Podcast – European Traded Gas Hubs: German THE fails to impress

    Oxford Energy Podcast – European Traded Gas Hubs: German THE fails to impress

    In this OIES podcast David Ledesma interviews Patrick Heather about his analysis of the European traded gas hubs in 2020 and the first ten months of 2021. The podcast highlights how TTF has continued to see phenomenal growth and its is the European hub that has the greatest number of market participants, trades the widest […]

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    Oxford Energy Podcast – China – Governance of the Energy Transition in China

    Oxford Energy Podcast – China – Governance of the Energy Transition in China

    In this podcast, David Ledesma talks to Michal Meidan, (Director of the China Energy Programme at OIES), Philip Andrews-Speed (Senior Research Fellow, OIES & Senior Principal Fellow at the Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore) and Anders Hove, (Project Director for the Energy Transition project at GIZ & Research Associate, OIES) about the key takeaways from their paper : “Software […]

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Content good but need media training

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