Energy Decision in the Pipeline
IP Journal - DGAP
For years, the Nabucco pipeline project has been synonymous with European gas supply diversification. Now it looks like the Trans Adriatic Pipeline might be the better alternative to bring Azerbaijani gas to Europe.
EUCERS Research Associate Moses Ekpolomo recently published a book on "Defence Armaments and Intelligence Estimates: UK, Russia, USA and China" click here for more information
EUCERS Newsletter No.23 out now
The European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) cordially invites you to the third of a series of five roundtable discussions on Resilient Energy Infrastructure co-hosted by acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering, Germany and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in London on 3 May 2013 on
The Danger of Blackouts - Electricity as the Achilles Heel of Energy Infrastructure
More details on our events page
EUCERS Newsletter No. 22 out now
The European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) cordially invites you to the second of a series of five roundtable discussions on Resilient Energy Infrastructure co-hosted by acatech – National Academy of Science and Engineering, Germany and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in London on
Building Resilient Energy Infrastructure in Europe and Beyond
More details on our events page
The European Centre for Energy and Resource Security (EUCERS) is introducing a new publication series for young academics and researchers.
The first Strategy Paper in the Young Researcher Series on "Energy politics, pipelines and the Black Sea basin: On the route to diversification of EU energy sources" by Maria Kottari, Vlad Popovici and Jaroslaw Wisniewski is out now and can be downloaded here.
If you are a young academic or researcher and wish to contribute to the EUCERS Strategy Paper – Young Researchers Series, please do mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7848 1912
KAS Energy Security Fellowship 2013 application process is now open. Deadline is 15 March 2013. The topic of this year's fellowship is
Assessing the geopolitical and economic implications of the U.S.' drive towards energy independence.
Please view terms and application procedure here.
First EUCERS event in 2013
took place in Winterthur near Zurich on 14 January 2013 in cooperation with the Zurich University of Applied Sciences. Please view the events-page
for more details.
EUCERS Research Associate Ka Ho Yu has published an article on Japan Challenging China's Rare Earth Hegemony in the Journal of Energy Security
The Gobal CCS Institute Newsletter features a piece on the landmark declaration on clean coal for India, which was agreed by EUCERS, The Energy and Resource Institute India, Atlantic Council U.S. and Global CCS Institute on 1st November 2012 in Delhi.
click here for the article
click here for more information on the workshop
Seven Megatrends in Energy Policy
Friedbert Pflüger, International Reports, Berlin, Sep. 13, 2012
Editor: Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V.
Throughout history, energy has been the driving physical component of change; few other industries can claim to have had a more wide-ranging impact on society. Thus, critical questions revolving around the supply and demand of energy as well as its sustainability will continue to represent one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. Seven megatrends in particular will determine the global energy landscape and energy policy agenda in the coming decades. The only true hope lies in technological innovation and a well-functioning market economy.read more