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Episodios

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – Central Asian Gas

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Central Asian Gas

    22/05/2020

    In this podcast, David Ledesma discusses the prospects for Central Asian natural gas production and exports in the 2020s with Simon Pirani, Senior Research Fellow at OIES, who has just published a research paper on this subject. Central Asian exports to China were 47 bcm in 2018, compared with 16 bcm to Russia. Exports to […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – Central Asian Gas appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – Impact of COVID-19 on Global Gas Markets

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Impact of COVID-19 on Global Gas Markets

    19/05/2020

    In this podcast David Ledesma discusses with James Henderson, Jonathan Stern and Mike Fulwood the OIES’s latest Quarterly Report on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the consequent global economic crisis on the global gas market. They examine the link between gas demand and GDP overall, before discussing the immediate impact of the crisis […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – Impact of COVID-19 on Global Gas Markets appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – Oil Benchmarks Under Stress

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Oil Benchmarks Under Stress

    15/05/2020

    In this podcast Bassam Fattouh and Adi Imsirovic discuss with David Ledesma the effects of the demand shock on oil benchmarks. The sharp contraction in demand has stressed the oil markets to the core causing massive oversupply which has quickly overwhelmed available storage. These have exposed the weaknesses in some benchmarks and the widened divide […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – Oil Benchmarks Under Stress appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – Decarbonisation Pathways for Oil and Gas

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Decarbonisation Pathways for Oil and Gas

    14/05/2020

    Decarbonisation of oil and gas – is it still a relevant topic when the business environment is changing so quickly, oil and gas companies are focusing on how to survive yet another extreme price cycle and governments all over the world grapple with one of the most severe economic crises? Nevertheless, the issue of transition […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – Decarbonisation Pathways for Oil and Gas appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – China’s rocky road to recovery

    Oxford Energy Podcast – China’s rocky road to recovery

    04/05/2020

    In this podcast, David Ledesma talks to Michal Meidan, Director of the China Energy Research Programme at the Institute, following the publication of her OIES Comment, “China’s rocky road to recovery”, which looks at China’s oil demand growth this year. The podcast also addresses some emerging trends in China’s natural gas market and discusses the […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – China’s rocky road to recovery appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – A double-edged sword for India’s energy sector?

    Oxford Energy Podcast – A double-edged sword for India’s energy sector?

    01/05/2020

    In this podcast, David Ledesma talks to Anupama Sen, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute, to discuss her recently published OIES Comment, “A Double Edged Sword for India’s Energy Sector?”, which looks at the implications of the coronavirus pandemic for India’s energy sector. Like several countries before it, on 25 March India’s 1.3 billion population […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – A double-edged sword for India’s energy sector? appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – Prices behind the meter: efficient economic signals to support decarbonization

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Prices behind the meter: efficient economic signals to support decarbonization

    27/04/2020

    Electricity consumers are critical to the success of decarbonization. The decisions they make – behind their electricity meters – could fundamentally change the energy sector. In this Podcast, David Ledesma discusses with David Robinson, Senior Research Fellow at the OIES, how ‘behind the meter’ generation will be important to the decarbonisation of the electricity sector. […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – Prices behind the meter: efficient economic signals to support decarbonization appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – The impact of the OPEC+ meeting and the Covid-19 pandemic on global oil markets

    Oxford Energy Podcast – The impact of the OPEC+ meeting and the Covid-19 pandemic on global oil markets

    16/04/2020

    In this OIES podcast James Henderson discusses the impact of the OPEC+ meeting and the Covid-19 pandemic on global oil markets with Bassam Fattouh and Vitaly Yermakov. The discussion covers the fundamental supply and demand balance in the oil market, assessing the huge demand shock caused by the lock-down in many major economies and also […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – The impact of the OPEC+ meeting and the Covid-19 pandemic on global oil markets appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – Short-term weakness, long-term uncertainties – Key messages from the OIES Gas Research Programme’s Spring Sponsors’ Meeting

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Short-term weakness, long-term uncertainties – Key messages from the OIES Gas Research Programme’s Spring Sponsors’ Meeting

    14/04/2020

    This podcast is a discussion between David Ledesma and James Henderson on the key conclusions from the recent Natural Gas Research Programme’s Spring Sponsors’ meeting, which was held as a series of 7 webinars over two days in early April. The key topics discussed included: the short-term gas market outlook and the potential for storage […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – Short-term weakness, long-term uncertainties – Key messages from the OIES Gas Research Programme’s Spring Sponsors’ Meeting appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – Geopolitical shifts and China’s energy policy priorities

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Geopolitical shifts and China’s energy policy priorities

    19/03/2020

    In this podcast, David Ledesma interviews Michal Meidan, director of the China Energy Research Programme about the key takeaways from the programme’s inaugural ‘China Day’ workshop on ‘Geopolitical shifts and China’s energy policy priorities’. The workshop brings together programme sponsors alongside a number of experts to discuss some of the key trends in China and […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – Geopolitical shifts and China’s energy policy priorities appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

  • Oxford Energy Podcast – Challenges to the Future of LNG: decarbonisation, affordability and profitability

    Oxford Energy Podcast – Challenges to the Future of LNG: decarbonisation, affordability and profitability

    05/03/2020

    In this podcast, David Ledesma interviews Professor Jonathan Stern founder of the Natural Gas Research Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and a Distinguished Research Fellow, to discuss his recent paper  “Challenges to the Future of LNG: decarbonisation, affordability and profitability”, published in October 2019. Natural gas combusted along the LNG value chain […] The post Oxford Energy Podcast – Challenges to the Future of LNG: decarbonisation, affordability and profitability appeared first on Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.

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