World Energy Week is the World Energy Council’s largest annual gathering dedicated to global energy issues. It is a powerful platform that connects regional realities and priorities with the global energy agenda.
The escalation of jitters between the US and Iran belies a new status quo, the end of the world as we know it.
The Energy Trilemma: the evolving geopolitical landscape and the energy security-equity-sustainability nexus. How to preserve global stability and balance the trilemma?
The confusion and indecisiveness surrounding the Khashoggi's disappearance epitomises more than just an international diplomatic hesitancy and raises important questions regarding the validity of the global rule of law regime.
Governance of the Energy Union: Enforcement Deficiencies, Democratic Legitimacy Gaps and Climate Ambition Cleavages. The way ahead.
The governance of the low-carbon transition would constitute a litmus test to EU’s international credibility and evolving energy policy-making and enforceability framework.
Brussels needs to up the ante in its support for a genuine decarbonisation strategy which tackles the energy trilemma with the only viable option: energy efficiency and renewable energy.
Geopolitics of Energy a la mediterraneenne: key issues, latest developments and future prospects for the Eastern Mediterranean Gas
Can the promise of Eastern Mediterranean gas help the region overcome historic tensions and sensitivities and help Europe alleviate its energy dependency woes?
The World Bank issues first ever set of green bonds linking financial returns to companies performing to the standards and aims on the Sustainable Development Goals.