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From Ukraine to Southeast Asia, via the Middle East, energy continues to be a major geopolitical issue, and an important IISS research strand in an era of climate change.
Senior Fellow for Economic and Energy Security
Dr Pierre Noël presented the key findings of an IISS research project looking at the economic implications of maritime insecurity in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.
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28 November 2015.
27 November 2015.
25 November 2015.
01 November 2015.
The global oil market, a major source of revenue for Saudi Arabia and many of its regional partners, has lost 60% of its value since mid-2014. This shift reflects the early stages of a global reduction in demand for hydrocarbons that will only intensify in the coming years. As Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Senior Fellow for Economic and Energy Security Pierre Noel explains, the speed of technological change in the field of...
23 September 2015.
Britain is set to become the marquee client for Chinese nuclear technology, following political and economic assurances by UK government ministers
15 September 2015.
Arundel House, London
Tuesday 15 September 2015
10 September 2015.
There might be less Chinese money to invest in overseas reactors, but that is hardly the only worry at the UK’s planned Hinckley Point C power station
29 July 2015.
21 July 2015.
Interview with Pierre Noel, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Senior Fellow for Economic and Energy Security
Pierre Noel, Senior Fellow for Economic and Energy Security at the International Institute for Strategic Studies comments on outcomes of the Iran deal for the global oil market
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30 April 2015.
By Pierre Noel, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Senior Fellow for Economic and Energy Security
The EU Commission has accused Russian gas company Gazprom of anti-competitive practices in its dealings with several EU countries. In a new op-ed, Pierre Noel assesses the validity of this claim.
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With fundamental changes in the political and economic balances at a global and regional level, it is not a coincidence that as India ‘looks West’, the GCC too is looking East, to India.
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