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Senior Research Scholar Tim Boersma and other write in Elsevier Energy Economics on tight oil market dynamics.

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Senior Research Scholar Tim Boersma's book on presents the history of European policy-making regarding energy resources, including recent controversies about shale gas and fracking. Using the United States as a benchmark, he tests the hypothesis that EU energy security is at risk primarily because of a lack of market integration and cooperation between member states.

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CGEP Senior Scholar Tim Boersma and Henry Bartelet, CCO of DynaMundo, write in National Interest about how an “energy dominant” U.S. policy could fit into Europe’s desire for diversified natural gas supply.

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Senior Scholar Tim Boersma and Sarah Jordaan (Johns Hopkins SAIS) explore the narrative of natural gas as a transition fuel, and how it has thus far manifested itself in various key markets.

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CGEP Senior Scholar Tim Boersma and Corey Johnson, Associate Professor and Department Head of Geography at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro, write on the view of U.S. energy sanctions against Russia from Europe.

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Senior research scholar Tim Boersma writes about the importance of energy agreement in de Volkstrant.

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Report

Fellow Tim Boersma and Steve Griffiths explore reforming electricity, water, and fuel subsidies in the United Arab Emirates in a report for the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies. The report is part of a larger Oxford Energy Forum issue focusing on MENA price reforms.

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Global Energy Dialogue

Together with NITI Aayog and the Confederation of Indian Industry, CGEP organized a day-long workshop in Delhi in late 2016 to discuss the future of natural gas in India. Authors Tim Boersma, Akos Losz, and Astha Ummat drafted the resulting brief which summarizes key takeaways, observations, and questions for future research.

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Dr. Tim Boersma and Dr. Tatiana Mitrova examine the causes and consequences of transformational changes in global gas markets.

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Director Jason Bordoff and Program Director Tim Boersma write in CNBC how for Mexico, the United States may become the new Russia, with respect to providing a stable supply of natural gas.

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