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Each year Chatham House experts, speakers and publications contribute to around 3,000 interviews and articles in the national and international media. The list below is a short selection of contributions in recent days and weeks.
  • UPI, 28 January 2014

    The British economy will import more oil and natural gas despite upbeat forecasts for the North Sea and shale's potential, the British energy minister said. British Energy Minister Michael Fallon spoke at Chatham House, a London think tank, on the future of the nation's energy sector.

  • The Telegraph, 28 January 2014

    'We feel the world needs to be assured of fuel for economic growth,' Hussain al-Shahristani, Deputy Prime Minister for Energy in Iraq told oil industry delegates attending a Chatham House Middle East energy conference.

  • Financial Times, 27 January 2014

    Ukrainian protesters and the Russian state cannot both be satisfied, writes James Sherr.

  • Bloomberg, 27 January 2014

    'I welcome the tight oil of the United States,' said OPEC's secretary-general Abdalla el-Badri speaking at the Chatham House Middle East and North Africa Energy conference. 'Demand will grow and this will not affect OPEC in any way.'

  • Reuters, 27 January 2014

    OPEC will be able to handle the extra oil expected to come from Iran, Iraq and Libya, OPEC's secretary-general said at Chatham House, insisting the group would collectively head off any oversupply.

  • The Telegraph, 27 January 2014

    'The UAE may consider investing in gas in the US and Canada to secure supply,' said UAE's Minister of Energy, Suhail Mohammed Al Mazrouei, speaking at a conference at Chatham House. 'The UAE is seriously considering that now.'

  • The Telegraph, 27 January 2014

    Speaking at Chatham House, UK Energy Minister Michael Fallon warned on Monday that uncertainty over the outcome of the referendum on Scottish independence was already hitting investment in the North Sea. 'There is a risk that investment we're trying to encourage will now be paused', he said.

  • The Telegraph, 27 January 2014

    There is a big difference between UKIP's middle-class spokesmen and its voters, write Matthew Goodwin and Robert Ford.

  • ABC News Australia, 25 January 2014

    'What they're asking for in return is for Assad to agree to step down, and of course he is not under any pressure to step down. It's already said that there will be no military intervention. It cannot really bluff. There's no threat coming to the regime. That is part of the difficulty,' said Nadim Shehadi.

  • Voice of America, 25 January 2014

    'It's in a context where you can't really see either party to the internal conflict actually having any sort of decisive advantage, which would be the basis of some sort of bargaining process,' said David Butter.

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