Energy

  • A Global Race For Autonomous Vehicles

    The automotive revenue pool will grow and diversify with new services, potentially becoming a $1.5 trillion market in 2030 according to McKinsey & Company. However, the discussion on new technologies such as autonomous vehicles suffers from highly fragmented regulatory approaches in key markets – the US, EU and Asia – leaving the international industry frustrated…

  • Winter Package Is Coming

    The 2016 Winter Package is the most important deliverable of the European Commission’s Energy Union project, contributing to all its dimensions: Energy security, integrated energy market, energy efficiency, decarbonisation and R&D and innovation. Its size (1000 pages of core text) is as impressive as its ambition. This package aims at nothing less than creating the…

  • Nord Stream II – Power Struggle For More Russian Gas in Europe

    Nord Stream II: delayed, not cancelled In late August, media outlets across Europe were electrified with news that Gazprom, along with five European companies, withdrew its merger application for a joint venture to build the controversial Nord Stream II (NS2) pipeline. The reason for that surprising move was the objection of Poland’s competition authority (UOKiK)…

  • Brexit’s Impact on the Energy Sector

    The implications of the United Kingdom’s (UK) decision to opt for Brexit continue to reverberate. While the UK has yet to invoke Article 50 and formally begin the process of exiting the European Union (EU), the EU will continue to regulate and formulate new policies in areas that impact business and affect investment decisions not…

  • Shale Gas Hasn’t Gone Away

    Europe still needs pragmatic solutions to its critical energy challenges. Europe’s Energy Union Strategy shapes the EU’s approach to climate and energy policy. Its intentions are clear:  to provide a framework to address an increasingly turbulent and rapidly evolving geopolitical landscape at a time when our own indigenous resources are declining.  In short, seeking to…

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