- University of Dundee
- Clingendael International Energy Programme
- Bundesanstalt fur Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe
- Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique
- Raw Materials Group
- University of Westminster
- Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei
- Gulf Research Centre Foundation
- The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies
- Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research
- Osrodek Studiow Wschodnich
The project is led by the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee and includes eleven other partners from across Europe.
The Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy (CEPMLP) at the University of Dundee was founded in 1977 and is an internationally renowned graduate school and research institute in the field of international energy and resources law, economics and policy. CEPMLP’s interdisciplinary approach to teaching, research and consultancy provides a unique perspective on how governments, business and communities operate in this field. CEPMLP academic staff has a wide range of international research expertise and experience in the field of oil, gas and minerals which is ideally suited to a wide ranging and inter-disciplinary project such as this. Though the major strength of CEPMLP lies in law, participants in the project will include two economists, a political scientist and a policy analyst. CEPMLP academics publish in the leading academic journals in the field of energy, mining and natural resources, as well as publishing widely respected books. CEPMLP has a long experience of providing advisory services to national governments, the European Commission, international organisations and industry.
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CIEP is affiliated to the Netherlands Institute for International Relations Clingendael. It acts as an independent forum for governments, non-governmental organizations, the private sector, the media, politicians and others who are interested in changes and developments in the energy sector. CIEP organizes seminars, conferences and roundtable discussions. CIEP research and activities agenda focuses on three themes:- Regulation of energy markets in the European Union; International economic and geo-political aspects of oil and gas markets, particularly European Union security of supply; Energy and sustainable development. CIEP makes a contribution to the public debate on international politics and economic developments in the energy sector (oil, gas and electricity).It is an independent forum for governments, NGOs, business community, politics, academia, the media and other stakeholders to gather and develop information and knowledge on international political and economic developments in the energy sector.
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The Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR) is the central geo-scientific authority providing advice to the German Federal Government in all geo-relevant questions. It is subordinate to the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi).BGR is committed to sustainable use of natural resources and protection of the human habitat. As a neutral institution feeling responsible for the future we advise ministries and the European Community and act as partners in industry and science. The leading motive of our daily work is Improvement of Living Conditions by Sustainable Use of the Geo-Potentials. BGR observes and analysis continuously the global situation and regional aspects of energy resources and reserves, of production, consumption and energy market trends. Doing so BGR creates and analyses fundamental information for giving advice for political decisions for the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.
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Based at the University of Grenoble, the LEPII is a joint research unit (No. 5252) of the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the University Pierre Mendes France of Grenoble (UPMF), established on 1 January 2007. It is associated CEREQ Centre. The areas of research include economics issues related to sustainable development, whether economic analysis of environmental management and renewable resources, design and evaluation of incentive mechanisms for the environment and analysis of international negotiations.
Enerdata is an independent energy consulting and information services company specialising in energy data mining since 1986. Enerdata is now a reckoned energy data source, trusted by major energy companies worldwide for our ability to provide up-to-date, reliable, revised and harmonised world energy data. Our services also include energy market reports, energy tendencies and forecasts, and greenhouse gas database. Enerdata experts have long experience in the downstream energy sector, particularly in energy demand prospective and energy efficiency. Based on powerful econometric and technico-economic models developed in-house, Enerdata supports international private and public actors in order to understand and anticipate driving changes in the energy sector. Enerdata has participated to and coordinated some European projects on World-wide energy prospective (supply / demand), including WETO (2003), WETO-H2 (2005) and ADAM (on-going). In particular Enerdata has developed a powerful development capacity on the POLES model
Raw Materials Group, founded 1990, is an SME pioneering mining data compilation and analysis. Raw Materials Data, our proprietary database, is the most extensive production-side database within the industry. RMG are also experienced mineral economists and policy analysts, using both our database and our global network of contacts to provide our clients with in-depth mining research and analysis. We conduct market and industry surveys, prepare global exploration and project reports, monitor and analyze production, ownership and mergers and acquisitions, and prepare customized database extracts. RMG has worked with the governments of Greenland, Namibia, South Africa and Sweden on exploration and mining investment promotions, as well as policy studies. On behalf of mining equipment manufacturers, we monitor and analyse investment trends. Some projects are done on a joint venture basis with leading research institutes, mining information services, geological surveys and other government agencies.
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The Department of Politics & International Relations at the University of Westminster has a national and international reputation as a centre of excellence in research in democratic politics, security studies and international relations. Our location at the heart of the capital is reflected in a long track record of research on British and European Politics, with a particular focus on promoting effective governance in complex multi-level political systems. The internationally renowned Centre for the Study of Democracy is located within the department and we take a leading role in other centres, including the Centre of Governance and Sustainability. There is also a concentration of expertise in security studies in the developing world, which engages in research on the causes of war and the challenges of intervention and post-conflict reconstruction.
FEEM is a non-profit, non-partisan research institution established to carry out research in the field of economics and sustainable development. It is a leading international research centre and one of its principal aims is to promote interaction between academic, industrial and public policy spheres in order to comprehensively address concerns about economic development and environmental degradation. The research activities are organised into three main areas: Sustainable Development, Global Challenges and Institutions & Markets, and are guided by four fundamental criteria: i) to analyse relevant and innovative research areas; ii) to focus on real world issues; iii) to integrate multi-disciplinary approaches; iv) to create and foster international research networks. FEEM has become the privileged interlocutor of a number of policy institutions, among which the IPCC, the European Commission, the World Bank, and the OECD. FEEM ranks 56th (1st in Italy) in a European ranking of leading Centres on Economic Research based on publications.
The Gulf Research Center Foundation is a foundation established in 2007 under the law of the Canton of Geneva to support the work of the Gulf Research Center of Dubai, UAE, and specifically promote cultural and academic relations between the countries of the GCC and the European Union. The Gulf Research Center is an independent, privately funded research institution established in 2000. The GRC has launched multiple research initiatives, on its own as well as in cooperation with primary European and American research institutions, and has been especially active in issues related to EU-GCC relation, security and energy cooperation. The Gulf Research Center Foundation is a member of the SECURE project consortium. The Gulf Research Center (Dubai) is the leader of the al-JISR project consortium (Public Diplomacy and Outreach Devoted to the European Union and EU-GCC Relations), and participates in other projects aimed at promoting EU-GCC relations.
HCSS was established in 2007 as an independent think-tank by the Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO). HCSS combines the technological know-how of TNO with strategic expertise enabling policy-oriented analysis and research. It translates conceptual thinking into solution-oriented policy and operational recommendations. This approach is unique to the Netherlands and Europe. HCSS staff is available for media commentary on national and international developments and to clarify research. Aside from specific area-expertise, HCSS staff has extensive experience translating analysis into concrete policy solutions. A number of our staff also has wide operational experience. HCSS has a large network of affiliated experts who participate in research projects and programs
Fraunhofer ISI is part of the Fraunhofer Society for Applied Research (FhG), which is a German non-profit organisation. FhG performs and promotes applied research and aims to transform RaD results to industry, especially to SME. Fraunhofer ISI is a competence centre for conducting empirical studies in system- and technology-oriented innovation research. It investigates market potentials of technologies and their impacts on the economy, state and society. Materials efficiency and materials use in the various industrial sectors, technologies and products are major fields of activities of the institute. Consequently, Fraunhofer ISI is a member of the Fraunhofer strategic alliance for Materials and Components, which bundles the specific competences of 12 Fraunhofer institutes.
Osrodek Studiow Wschodnich (OSW) was established in 1990. OSW is financed from the state budget. Its task is to monitor and analyse the political, economic and social situation in Russia, the Caucasus, Central Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Germany and the Balkans.. OSW provides advisory services to Polish authorities, participates in research projects carried out in co-operation with Polish and foreign think tanks, serves as a platform for discussions of Polish and international experts of governement, academic and/or NGO background, cooperates with range of analytical and academic institutions. It is particularly active in debates concerning the European Union’s Eastern Policy, challenges to energy security, as well as the political, social and economic transformation processes in Central and Eastern Europe. OSW publishes wide range of publications - from weekly newsletters to policy briefs and research papers