A discussion about what is the economic road ahead in the Arab world.
An interview in the new medium, Nyoomble, with the Fair Observer. The talk covered the implications and the confluence of the Arab Spring, the Fukushima nuclear crisis, global warming and the global energy market.
This talk at the 2011 Gas and Nuclear Energy Forum in Warsaw discusses the potential role for shale gas production in Europe in meeting its diversification and carbon reduction goals.
A short talk on leadership and change in the Arab world. ;
A talk with Dubai One about the myriad implications of Dubai's energy strategy. ;
Description: Panel Members: ;Justin Dargin (US)
A lecture by Justin Dargin at Harvard Kennedy School that discusses the myriad ways that oil and gas producing nations practice resource nationalism in the legal, political, and economic realms. “Resource nationalism” is not amenable to a single workable definition. Yet, there is the common understanding that resource nationalism, as with any other form of protectionism, feeds off the public’s misgivings about foreign involvement in a strategic sector. Lurking behind calls for enhanced host co...
The presentation will discuss Gulf gas ;market at a macro level and analyze its historical development. During the presentation, special attention will be given to the operative market inefficiencies that are discouraging development, serving to place disincentives in the way of robust