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March 2016

Dünya enerjisinin kalbi Çin’de atıyor

18 March in BEC IN THE MEDIA, PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA

CAPİTAL Dergisi | Mart 2016 Sayısı | Enerjik Bakış Köşesi |  Mehmet ÖĞÜTÇÜ |  Çin’in Paris Büyükelçisi Zhai Jun, tanıdığım en parlak Çinli diplomatlardan birisiydi. Sekizinci arondizman’da Avenue George V boyunca yürüyüp Büyükelçiliğe vardığımda elinde Çin’in enerji güvenliğine dair yazılmış ve 2000 yılında Uluslararası Enerji Ajansı’nın yayımladığı, o zamanın bu alandaki ilk eseri olan “China’s Quest for Energy Security Worldwide” (Çin’in Dünya Çapında Enerji Güvenliği Arayışı) adlı kitabım vardı. Davetimi kabul etti, Seine Nehri’ni tepeden seyreden ofisimizde kitabın kamuoyuna tanıtılmasını birlikte yapmak için anlaştık. Yalnız küçük bir sorun vardı. Çin’in ham petrol ithal talebinin 2030’a kadar günlük 12 milyon varile ulaşacağına dair...

EU-Turkey deal: Decisive or divisive?

16 March in ENERGY ACADEMY, GEOPOLITICS

www.euractiv.com | 16.03.2016 By Mehmet Öğütçü, Stephen Jones If European Union leaders were expecting Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu to meekly accede to their expectations and demands at the migration summit last week, they were clearly mistaken, write Mehmet Öğütçü and Stephen Jones. Mehmet Öğütçü is chairman of the Global Resources Partnership and Stephen Jones is a partner of energy advocacy and advisory service Global Resources Communications. The summit turned into a bruising political battle, at which years of Turkish frustration at the EU’s ambivalence towards its eastern partner surfaced. Ordinarily, the effective takeover of a major newspaper, Zaman, would have caused the summit to have...

Time to demonstrate a genuine partnership of equals in Ankara and Brussels

14 March in BEC IN THE MEDIA, PUBLICATIONS & MEDIA

Hürriyet Daily News | March 14 2016   CONTRIBUTOR: MEHMET ÖĞÜTÇÜ, STEPHEN JONES Time to demonstrate a genuine partnership of equals in Ankara and Brussels There is a deep unease among Turks that the European Union will wash its hands and conscience of the worsening Syrian refugee situation by extending a colossal handout - now 6 billion euros - to Ankara to make this escalating political problem go away. Meanwhile, judging by the media coverage of the recent EU-Turkey summit on migration, EU citizens could be forgiven for thinking the Turks are driving a hard bargain to extract more concessions from Europe in terms of...