Monthly archive February, 2014
Energy Futures Network

Energy Futures Network

FEBRUARY 2014   – Dieter HELM – www.dieterhelm.co.uk  –    Why are electricity prices so politically toxic? 1 – The price of electricity has become a centerpiece of political debate. It provides a focus for a whole set of political concerns and prejudices. It directly impacts on household budgets and hence highlights the “squeezed middle”. Electricity...
Natural Gas in the Turkish Domestic Energy Market: Policies and Challenges

Natural Gas in the Turkish Domestic Energy Market: Policies and Challenges

  Published: www.oxfordenergy.org | 10th February 2014 | By: Gulmira Rzayeva  Download the Publication from:  www.oxfordenergy.org  Over the past 10 years or so Turkey has featured prominently in the various schemes to open a ‘fourth corridor’ of gas supply to the core European national gas markets.  The grandeur of earlier visions has morphed into a pragmatic and initially more...
Natural Gas Market Developments and Marketing in Europe: Ramifications for the Shah Deniz Consortium

Natural Gas Market Developments and Marketing in Europe: Ramifications for the Shah Deniz Consortium

www.naturalgaseurope.com –  February 05th, 2014 –  On December 17th of last year, the Shah Deniz consortium announced a final investment decision to sanction development of second phase of the Shah
How to attract new sources of capital to EU renewables

How to attract new sources of capital to EU renewables

Download to PDF document from: www.bnef.com – The White Paper records findings from Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Leadership Forum on long-term finance for clean energy projects, held just outside london on 21-22 November 2013.
Energy bills: Who pays the most in Europe?

Energy bills: Who pays the most in Europe?

By Richard Anderson / Business reporter / BBC News Electricity and gas prices vary wildly depending on where you live in Europe High energy bills may top the political agenda in the UK, but households all over Europe are feeling the squeeze.  Since 2010, both gas and electricity prices have risen markedly, largely due to rises in...
Identifying Main Sources of Funding  for Infrastructure Projects with Private  Participation in Developing Countries A Pilot Study

Identifying Main Sources of Funding for Infrastructure Projects with Private Participation in Developing Countries A Pilot Study

PPIAF & The Word Bank Working Paper No: 9 – Identifying Main Sources of Funding  for Infrastructure Projects with Private  Participation in Developing Countries A Pilot Study Ada Karina Izaguirre  Supriya Prakash Kulkarni Download to PDF document from: www.ppiaf.org