Energy Futures by R. BoscheckEnergy Futures by R. Boscheck

Energy Futures

EditorR. Boscheck, Ralf Ralf

Hardcover | November 30, 2006

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Despite prices of around $70 a barrel, the world is experiencing the fastest growth in oil demand in more than twenty-five years. The Institute for Management Development organized a research conference entitled "Energy Futures" in November 2005. Eighteen international energy researchers, policy makers and executives discussed specific aspects of today's energy industry and its likely evolution. This volume is based on this conference and brings together energy experts of rather different analytical views, doctrinal convictions and stakeholder affiliation to discuss the implications and growth of the oil industry.
RALF BOSCHECK is Lundin Family Professor of Economics and Business Policy at IMD Laussanne, Switzerland.
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Title:Energy FuturesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:256 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.04 inPublished:November 30, 2006Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0230013678

ISBN - 13:9780230013674

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Table of Contents

PART 1: CONTEXT * Introduction and Overview--R.Boscheck * PART 2: UPSTREAM * Petroleum Fiscal Systems: Royalty/Tax Systems, Production Sharing Contracts and Service Agreements Compared--D.Johnston * Contractual and Fiscal Outlook for E&P in Latin America--C.Garibaldi * Upstream Policy Responses: Norwegian Perspective--G.Gjerde * Policy Challenges: Russian Perspective--J.Josefson * PART 3: DOWNSTREAM * Natural Gas Vehicles in China: An Answer to High Oil Demand?--D.R.Demers * Challenges on the Pathway to a Hydrogen Economy--K.Hall * How the Clean Air Interstate Rule Will Affect Investment and Management Decisions in the US Electricity Sector--C.Pfeiffer * Future Investments in Power Generation: A Utility's Perspective--B.N.Holsen, S.Castedo & J.Kruhl * Emissions Trading: Challenges for Utilities--S.Bockhamp & J.Kruhl * PART 4: BEYOND THE MERE TECHNICAL - BROADER PERSPECTIVE * Policy Responses for the Future of Energy: Global Overview and Perspectives--S.C.Bhattacharyya * Further Reading--M.Ogunsulire