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Ukraine’s Energy Sector Reforms: Assessments and Future Outlook

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Beyond Brexit: Regulatory Alignment with the Continental Market and Ireland

The Rosneft oil rig drills the first exploration well in the Khatanga Bay as part of the East Taimyr oilfield. Photo by Vladimir Smirnov\TASS via Getty Images.
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Russia’s Untapped Arctic Potential

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The Geopolitics of Renewable Energy

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Qatari Gas in the Post-GCC Crisis Environment

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Fifth Meeting of the New Petroleum Producers Discussion Group

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Staying Connected: Key Elements for UK–EU27 Energy Cooperation After Brexit

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Staying Connected: Key Elements for UK–EU27 Energy Cooperation After Brexit

Oil workers protest alleged pay cuts and plans to privatise parts of the oil sector in a 2016 strike which slashed Kuwait's production output. Photo by YASSER AL-ZAYYAT/AFP/Getty Images.
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Why Enthusiasm For the New OPEC Deal Could Be Misplaced

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Guidelines for Good Governance in Emerging Oil and Gas Producers 2016

A worker stands on a platform next to the Tullow Oil Plc Prof. John Evans Atta Mills Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel at the Sembcorp Marine Tuas shipyard in Singapore. Photo: Nicky Loh/Bloomberg via Getty Images.
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A Local Content Decision Tree for Emerging Producers

A Saudi man walks past a pump at a petrol station in Jeddah. Photo: AMER HILABI/AFP/Getty Images.
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Fuel, Food and Utilities Price Reforms in the GCC: A Wake-up Call for Business

A line of electricity pylons stretches beyond fields of rapeseed near Hutton Rudby, North Yorkshire, on 27 April 2015.Photo: OLI SCARFF/AFP/Getty Images.
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UK Unplugged? The Impacts of Brexit on Energy and Climate Policy

A line of electricity pylons crosses the Essex countryside near Cambridge. Photo by Getty Images.
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Britain’s Energy and Climate Future Points to ‘In’

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International Oil Companies: The Death of the Old Business Model

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Europe’s Energy Union: Foreign Policy Implications for Energy Security, Climate and Competitiveness

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The Future of European Energy: Implications for Security, Competitiveness and Climate Change

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Oil and Gas Mismatches: Finance, Investment and Climate Policy

Unidentified emissions from a coal-fired power plant escape into the air in Taiyuan, Shanxi, China. Photo by Getty Images.
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UK Election Notes: Foreign Policy Opportunities – Tackling Climate Change

Drax Power Station, Selby, U.K 11 March 2014. The operator of the U.K.'s biggest coal-fired power station reported a 23 percent slump in full-year profit as carbon prices rose. Photo by Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg/Getty Images.
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Denial of Fossil Fuel Subsidies Hobbles UK Energy Policy

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