The big increases in oil prices upset consumers & puzzle producers. Climate change is casting a shadow on the future of fossil fuels. Do new energy sources pose a threat to the future of oil? Written by a team of international experts, this book answers this question, & also deals with other topical questions.
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Robert Mabro, CBE is a Fellow of St Antony's College, Oxford. In 1976 with Aubrey Jones, PC he founded the Oxford Energy Policy Club which meets twice a year; in 1978 he founded and became the first Director of the Oxford Energy Seminar, held every year in Oxford. He then established the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, an educational charity entirely devoted to research on the economics/politics/international relations of oil, gas, and other energies. He has published 13 books and monographs and a very large number of articles in journals, and papers in collective books. He was awarded the 1990 International Association for Energy Economics Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Profession of Energy Economics and to its Literature. In 2001 he was promoted Officier des Palmes Academiques (France).
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