Tag Archives: P. Noel

Op-ed “Brussels Blames Gazprom for Its Own Failings” by Pierre Noel

Pierre Noel, senior fellow for Economic and Energy Security at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in Singapore and Associate Researcher at EPRG, published an article “Brussels Blames Gazprom for Its Own Failings” in Financial Times on 29 April 2015. 

“The Russian state-owed company stands accused of anti-competitive practices allowing it to charge “unfair prices” in several EU countries.”

“Gazprom benefits from poor market structures that generate only weak competition in the gas markets of Eastern Europe. But its pricing policies primarily reflect Europe’s dysfunctional gas market”.

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Op-ed “Ukraine’s energy brinkmanship” by Chi Kong Chyong and Pierre Noël

In the fog of its foreign-policy confrontation with Russia over Ukraine, the European Union seems unable to see its energy-security interests clearly or to act accordingly. Kiev has used the international crisis triggered by Russia’s actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine to restructure the contracts with Moscow it signed in 2009. It wants a much… Read more

Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS): Analysis of Incentives and Rules in a European Repeated Game Situation

David Newbery, David Reiner, Tooraj Jamasb, Richard Steinberg, Flavio Toxvaerd, Pierre Noel Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS): Analysis of Incentives and Rules in a European Repeated Game Situation 01 June 2009 | Report available from DECC Read more