On December 2018, a new working paper written by Nina Poussenkova was included in the book "The Arctic in World Affairs: a North Dialogue 2030 and Beyond: Pathways to the Future".
In this issue:
Clean Energy Forum 2018: Energy and Climate Change: Risks, Strategies and Possibilities
The report presents the main statements and the key messages from the conference’s experts, which are divided into three categories: Russia’s energy future and the transition to clean energy sources, climate change in the city of St. Petersburg, the role of the business sector in climate strategy planning.
In this issue:
Climate Conference in Bonn: An Insider’s View
Irina Mironova, research fellow of the ENERPO Research Center, participated in an international scientific conference ‘European Inter-regionalism and Big Eurasia: Theory and Practice of Regional Integration’ (April 20-21, 2018, Ekaterinburg, Russia). The conference was organized by the Chair of theory and history of international relations, Humanitarian institute of the Urals Federal University. The conference looked at [сопряжение] of the Russian project of Big Eurasia and European and Asian integration projetcs in the current crisis of global governance and fragmentation of world order; as well as theoretical approaches to the analysis of global and regional processes.
Clean Energy Forum 2016: Finding a Balance for Sustainable Development in Russia
Irina Mironova, Alberto Perego
November 10, 2016, saw the annual ENERPO conference at the European University at Saint Petersburg. This year’s conference, the Clean Energy Forum, embraced the topic: “Russian Economy, Energy and Environment: How to Find A Balance for Sustainable Development?”
ANALYSIS: China's Possible Accession to the ECT: Benefits and Obstacles
ANALYSIS: Production Sharing Agreements (PSAs): Azerbaijan's Practice
OPINION: Russian Approaches at COP21 and the Disproportionate Reaction by the West
Workshop Review: Russia and Iran: Past, Present and Future
Zachary Waller and Gevorg Avetikyan
Russian LNG in Asia Pacific under Low Price Market Environment by Jinsok Sung; Yamal LNG: The Implications of the Sanctions Regime by Patrick Osborne; Lithuania: Energy Security Through Liberalization by Aaron Wood; Myanmar’s Energy Sector: An Overview by Alissa Nicole Thompson
ENERPO Journal announces call for papers for May and August issues of 2016.
The Journal accepts articles written in English on the subjects of energy security, energy economics, energy policy and the role of various fuels in the energy system. More specifically, the Journal seeks to cover topics such as:
CONFERENCE REPORT. Russia in Changing Global Markets: New Challenges and Opportunities - Irina Mironova, Michael Roh; ANALYSIS. Rethinking the Role of Gasification and Electrification in ASEAN Energy Security Initiatives - Cory Cox; VIEWPOINT. IMF Distorts Energy Subsidy Facts to Vilify the Fossil Fuel Sector - Jerry Byers; ANALYSIS. South Caucasian Factor In Russia’s Security of Gas Demand - Konstantin Golub; WORKSHOP REVIEW. ENERPO Workshop Series: Maxim Titov on Russia’s Energy Efficiency - Michael Camarda