23rd October 2013
The European energy and climate narrative - what the leaders believed back in 2005-07 The transformation of US and global energy markets The geopolitical implications - for the US, for China, for Russia The alarming implications for Europe - less security, higher carbon consumption and less affordability and competitiveness The options now - what is to be done?
31st May 2013
UK Energy Poiicy Day •What are the objectives of UK climate policy? •What is the global context? •What is the European context? •What is the rationale for the current renewables choice? •Is EMR a good answer? •Will the Green Deal work? •How could the objectives be better met?
29th May 2013
Outline: •The assumptions behind European energy and climate policy •The global fossil fuel transformation •The carbon crunch – 400ppm and beyond •What next for Europe? Policy implications – where?
15th January 2013
Presentation at the IPPR on Tuesday 15th January chaired by Will Straw with Baroness Worthington as discussant.
11th October 2012
Presentation to the Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin, Wednesday October 9th 2012. Chaired by Prof John Fitzgerald.
4th October 2012
Presentation at the Bruegel Energy and Climate Exchange in Brussels October 4th 2012
3rd October 2012
Presentation at the European Parliament for a conference with DEMOS Europa: "Making it happen in 2050. How to surpass a stalemate in a global climate policy", DEMOS, October 3rd 2012.
3rd September 2012
CIEP Gas Day September 6th 2012
29th August 2012
Presentation at the ONS international oil, gas and energy conference, Stavanger, Norway.
19th June 2012
Presentation at the World National Oil Companies Conference June 19th in London
|How long can interest rates remain low?|
|British Infrastructure and the Gradual Return of the State|
|European energy policy in the new geopolitical context|
|Labour's Energy Policies|
|Why is infrastructure in Britain so difficult to deliver?|