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02 October 2018
 
Posted by Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh

Sustainability is the practice of maintaining processes of productivity indefinitely—natural or human made—by replacing resources used with resources of equal or greater value without degrading or endangering natural biotic systems. Sustainable development binds together concern for the natural systems with the social, political, and economic challenges faced by humanity.

The three pillars of sustainable development are the economy, energy and the environment.  Interaction between these three pillars sustains a growing global economy which provides employment for millions of people and a decent standard of living in a healthy environment and the energy means that help enhance the quality of our life and mobility. The global economy has to be in a continuous state of healthy growth if it is to be able to feed 7.5 billion of people.

01 October 2018
 
Posted by Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh

Since the withdrawal of the United States from the Nuclear Deal with Iran and its decision to re-introduce sanctions on Iran particularly Iranian oil exports, analysts and experts alike have been competing with each other in their projections about how much Iran will lose from its oil exports as a result of the sanctions. Their projections have ranged from 500,000 barrels a day (b/d) to 1.5 million barrels a day (mbd) out of estimated Iranian oil exports of 2.125 mbd.

Most of these projections were, in my opinion, based on faulty assumptions and lack of understanding of the dynamics of the global oil market and virtually bordering on daydreaming and wishful thinking.

29 August 2018
 
Posted by Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh

Some experts are projecting a peak oil demand by 2036. Others like Fitch Ratings are saying that greater product awareness and technological changes could fast track the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) that could plausibly lead to a peak oil demand before 2030.

It is, however, debatable as to whether a peak oil demand could be reached during the 21st century. The one certain thing is that oil is expected to remain the world’s primary energy source throughout the 21st century and probably far beyond. A major underpinning factor is the growing world population.

13 August 2018
 
Posted by Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh

While everyone has been watching the Strait of Hormuz amid rising tension between the US and Iran, a chokepoint on the other side of the Arabian Peninsula is now at the centre of attention.

The recent attack by the Houthi rebels in Yemen on two Saudi oil tankers each carrying 1 million barrels of oil in the Strait of Bab al-Mandeb and Saudi Arabia’s suspension of oil shipments through the Strait have demonstrated how vulnerable the world’s key oil chokepoints are and how easy it is to disrupt global oil traffic.

Research & Publications
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Dr Mamdouh G. Salameh
RCEM Working Papers

The great rivalry between the United States and China will shape the 21st century. It is a truth universally acknowledged that a great power will never voluntarily surrender pride of place to a challenger. The United States is the pre-eminent great power. China is now its challenger. 

“The only indispensable superpower” is also a super-indebted power, and its biggest creditor happens to be its presumed chief strategic rival. Is it logical and workable to encircle one’s own banker militarily?

Prof. Michael Jefferson
Published Papers

For over forty years energy expectations have been riddled with internal contradictions, and all too often a failure to recognise complexity, the nature and scale of the challenges to be faced, and resultant uncertainty. Key elements of Shell’s “World of Internal Contradictions” scenario, issued 

Matsumoto, K., Ming-Zhi Gao, A.
Books

Economic instruments, particularly carbon tax and emissions trading scheme (ETS), have recently attracted the most attention to combat climate change because of their cost efficency to reduce emissions. Introducing these in Asia, where most of the countries do not currently have emission reduction. 

Prof. Michael Jefferson
Reports & others

Author: Prof. Michael Jefferson, Editor of the journal Energy Policy; Affiliate Professor, ESCP Europe; Professor, University of Buckingham.

Special Issues

Journal: Energy Policy

Guest-editors: Dr. Kostas AndriosopoulosProf. Constantin Zopounidis, Dr. Michael Doumpos, Dr. Spiros Papaefthimiou.

The objective of the Special Issue is to present new research results on the theory and modern practice of modeling and management of energy systems, emphasizing on their policy implications. The areas of interest include, networks design and management, oil and gas, smart grids, production optimization, efficiency analysis, optimization and assessment of renewable and sustainable/green energy systems, environmental issues, risk management, decision-making in the energy markets, and energy pricing, among others.

Cole, O.
Magazines' articles

Magazine: INFO.

Author: Dr. Othman Cole, Assistant Professor of Finance, ESCP Europe.

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Centre News
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15 November 2018

ESCP Europe professor Dr Terence Tse shares new insights on the progress of AI.

The global AI race is moving faster than ever, with countries competing to become number one. 

However this rat race could cause disastrous consequences for the world, according to new research from ESCP Europe.

It is understandable that individual countries want to gain the upper hand and secure their spot in the data-oriented value chain of the future. But to truly reap the benefits of AI while mitigating its risks, governments and leading technology firms need to start cooperating, experts warn.

01 November 2018

Governments and businesses representatives from various industries have expressed their concerns about the absence of a clearly set framework at this stage. Despite recent progress on the European Union and the United Kingdom talk up chances of securing a deal with the hope to deliver a pragmatic outcome, politicians also plan for a worst case scenario, and advise companies to be prepared for “disruption”. 

AS THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM FACES THE FINAL STAGE OF THE BREXIT NEGOTIATIONS, ESCP EUROPE'S LONDON CAMPUS PROUDLY SUPPORTS THE BREXIT FORUM SERIES – AN EXCLUSIVE MEMBER-TO-MEMBER EVENT ORGANISED BY THE FRENCH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN GREAT BRITAIN (CCFGB).

 

29 October 2018

We would like to congratulate Quentin Laroche, Simone Quarta, Alexandre Lorot, Rafael Moreno Ome and Stefano Minadakis, ESCP Europe MSc in Energy Management Students for being selected to speak at the “Youth Day 2018: Dialogue of Generations" representing the United Kingdom.

The event brought together the best students from around the globe, world-class academics, scientists, top-ranked field specialists, and representatives of international energy companies. Participants identified the new vectors of the gas industry development and the career opportunities for talented young people.

25 October 2018

ESCP Europe Business School and its Research Centre for Energy Management (RCEM) are delighted to announce that our sixth cohort of MSc in Energy Management students recently nominated the board members of the School’s Energy Society.

Board members provide leadership for carrying out the society’s initiatives and engage ESCP Europe students from all campus in industry related events, maximise networking opportunities and help them develop professional skills through a range of activities:

17 October 2018

Leaked information, data theft and manipulation are some of the biggest threats that organisations face in the digital era. Companies must build a resilient environment in order to protect their stakeholders against unauthorised access to data and computerised systems. 

ESCP EUROPE'S LONDON CAMPUS JOINED THE DIALOGUE ON CYBER SECURITY AS THE PROUD SPONSOR OF THE EXCLUSIVE Digital Transformation and Innovation FORUM ORGANISED BY THE FRENCH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN GREAT BRITAIN (CCFGB).

Energy Headlines
16 November 2018
Poten Acquired by New York Brokerage
The 80-year-old LNG and shipping brokerage and consultancy is no longer independently owned.
16 November 2018
The Wolfcamp play has been key to Permian Basin oil and natural gas production growth
Space heating and water heating were the top two energy-consuming uses in U.S. homes in 2015, according to EIA’s latest Residential Energy Consumption Survey (RECS). Space heating consumption can vary considerably by climate and building characteristics, while variation in water heating consumption is driven primarily by the number of occupants in a home. Households use a variety of fuels for space heating and water heating, which affects these end-use shares of household energy expenditures.
16 November 2018
Romanian Offshore Projects 'Still Doable': Analysis
The biggest, ExxonMobil's Domino field, appears competitive within the US major's portfolio of potential opportunities, says GlobalData.
16 November 2018
China's October Gas Production Up
October gas production was up 7.% on year.
16 November 2018
Linde Bags Inner Mongolia LNG Plant Contract
The LNG plant will be located near Beinichuan in Inner Mongolia.
16 November 2018
Petchems and the need for gas [NGW Magazine]
A major market for gas, petrochemicals are growing, giving producers with cheap feedstock the chance to capture more value. (NGW Magazine Vol. 3, Issue 21)
16 November 2018
Oz State Fracking Ban Hikes Prices
Victorian consumers could pay a lot more for electricity but the premier is confident that new wind and batteries will compensate.

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