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Challenges of the Paris Agreement
Greening the WTO
Energy: Scenarios and Challenges
Life is a Balancing Act
Energy Efficiency in Turkey
What about European Gas Markets?
ARTICLES
 
Feb
11
2016
 
What are the New Challenges and Opportunities for European Gas Markets?
Laura Cozzi, Mahmood Khaghani, Ludwig Moehring, Mehmet Ogutcu, Francis Perrin, Georg Zachmann
Energy - Interviews
 

What are the new challenges and opportunities for European gas markets? Leading energy experts interviewed on the occasion of the fourth edition of FEEM's annual "Gas Talks" provide their views on the current situation and shed light on a potential way forward, spanning from COP21 to shifting geopolitical balances.
 

Oct
22
2015
 
The Role of Natural Gas in the EU Decarbonisation Path
by Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

In this article FEEM energy analysts Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra present the key results of a new study, just published in the FEEM Series "Note di Lavoro", aimed at exploring the future role of natural gas in the EU decarbonisation path.

Jun
05
2015
 
Turkish Stream and the EU Security of Gas Supply: What's Next?
by Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

In this article FEEM energy analysts Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra present the key results of a new study, just published in the FEEM Series "Note di Lavoro", aimed at analysing the rise of the Turkish Stream project and at investigating what strategy Europe might assume vis-à-vis this new reality.

May
05
2015
 
Natural Gas and Climate Change Policies
by Massimo Tavoni
Environment - Articles
 

The development of unconventional gas extraction has led to significant declines in gas prices, recently followed by a large drop of oil prices. This is also the year which is supposed to deliver the long awaited post 2020 climate agreement. This article brings different pieces of research together, delving on both issues. 

Dec
04
2014
 
New Challenges and Opportunities for European Gas Markets
by Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Comments
 

Leading international energy experts, convened in Milan for the 3rd edition of FEEM’s Gas Talks (20-21 November, 2014), discuss mid- to long-term challenges and opportunities for European gas markets. FEEM researchers Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra report and comment the highlights of the meeting.

Sep
11
2014
 
After the 2014 Ukraine Crisis: What's Next for the EU-Turkey Energy Relations?
by Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

What are the future prospects of EU-Turkey energy relations in the aftermath of the 2014 Ukraine crisis? This article summarizes the key results of a new study that outlines the urgent need to enhance the EU-Turkey energy partnership and proposes the establishment of a new “EU-Turkey Natural Gas Initiative”.

Mar
20
2014
 
The Future of Iran's Gas Market after the (potential) Nuclear Deal
by Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

This article summarizes the key results of a study aimed at analyzing Iran’s natural gas market outlook in the aftermath of a potential nuclear deal, looking at potential production trends and export options, but also at the political and commercial barriers that such a development will likely have to face.

Jan
16
2014
 
Turkey as a Regional Natural Gas Hub: Myth or Reality?
by Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

This article presents the key results of a field study carried out in Istanbul by FEEM researcher Simone Tagliapietra with the aim of exploring Turkey’s potential to become a regional gas hub by analyzing the future prospects of the Southern Gas Corridor and of the potential Eastern Mediterranean Gas Corridor.

Dec
19
2013
 
Rethinking Global Natural Gas Markets: New Challenges and Opportunities Ahead
by Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Book Reviews
 

In their volume "The Globalization of Natural Gas Markets: New Challenges and Opportunities for Europe", Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra provide a comprehensive analysis of the challenges and opportunities of the global gas industry, with the aim to provide a clear snapshot of a market characterized by growing uncertainty and volatility.

Dec
12
2013
 
The Extraordinary Evolution of the Global Gas Industry
Jacqueline Bucher, Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Jacques de Jong, Arild Moe, Michele Polo and John Roberts
Energy - Interviews
 

In short interviews granted during the recent FEEM Gas Talks held in Milan on November 5-6, 2013, leading energy experts debate on European gas demand and supply and on the future of gas pricing and European gas governance, shedding  light on a market characterized by growing uncertainty and volatility.

Nov
21
2013
 
Efficiency and Acceptability of Climate Policies: Race Against the Lock-ins
Julie Rozenberg, Adrien Vogt-Schilb and Stephane Hallegatte
Environment - Articles
 

Capital-based policies are more politically acceptable than a carbon price as they do not create immediate losers. However, they reduce emissions slower and need to be implemented sooner. Delaying their implementation may create a political-economy lock-in (easier-to-implement policies become unavailable) and an economic lock-in (the target becomes more expensive).

Oct
17
2013
 
Including non-CO2 Emissions in the European ETS
by Carlo Orecchia and Ramiro Parrado
Environment - Articles
 

What is the role of non-CO2 emissions in climate change mitigation efforts? This article aims at a quantitative assessment of the extension of the European Emissions Trading System (ETS) to allow for the exchange of permits for non-CO2 greenhouse gases emissions and at evaluating its impact on policy costs and the composition of output.

May
30
2013
 
The Globalisation of Natural Gas Markets: New Challenges and Opportunities for Europe
Ralf Dickel, Domenico Dispenza, Ahmet Evin, Øystein Noreng, Keun Wook Paik and Howard Rogers
Energy - Interviews
 

The European gas industry has experienced an extraordinary success over the last decades. Gas experts from the academia, international organizations and the industry discuss mid- to long-term challenges and opportunities for European gas markets in order to shed light on a market characterized by growing uncertainty and volatility.

Mar
28
2013
 
The Rise of East Africa in the New Global Energy Landscape
By Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

The geographical distribution of African natural gas resources is going through a period of profound change as new gas discoveries in East Africa emerge to reshape the continent's energy landscape. Two countries have already emerged as key-players of this new African natural gas renaissance: Mozambique and Tanzania.  

Feb
19
2013
 
Towards a New Eastern Mediterranean Energy Corridor?
by Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

How is the Eastern Mediterranean energy landscape changing? This article provides an overview on new regional developments and proposes a critical discussion of the market opportunities and geopolitical risks related to the potential emergence of a new Eastern Mediterranean Energy Corridor.

Oct
18
2012
 
Energy Security: the Industry Perspective
Francesco Gattei
Energy - Interviews
 

Francesco Gattei from Eni gives an overview of the industry perspective on the important issue of energy security, topic of his talk at the plenary session "Energy supply and security" at the 12th IAEE European Energy Conference.

Sep
07
2012
 
Rethinking the EU-Turkey Energy Cooperation
by Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Articles
 

This article aims to provide a comprehensive framework of understanding of the growing strategic relevance of Turkey for both the EU and the overall Euro-Mediterranean region. In particular, the focus is on EU-Turkey energy relations and on the crucial role of natural gas and renewable energy in enhancing energy cooperation between the two players.

Mar
23
2012
 
Rethinking the EU Gas Security of Supply Architecture
by Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra
Energy - Book Reviews
 

The European gas industry has experienced over the last decades an extraordinary success. Natural gas could well continue to play an important -and even increasing- role in the future European energy mix. However, some actions will be necessary to reinforce the overall EU gas security of supply architecture.



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