Energy issues have always been important in international relations, but in recent years may have become even more important than in the past due to the widespread awareness of existing limits to energy sources and negative climate impacts. The course discusses global trends in energy consumption and production, various available scenarios for potential developments in the coming decades, the availability of oil reserves and the evolution of the oil industry. It then discusses natural gas and highlights the differences between oil and gas. It will also discuss renewable energy sources, nuclear energy and EU energy policy.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM POLITICS AND ECONOMICS OF INTERNATIONAL ENERGY
The course gave very interesting perspectives, both technological & geopolitical, about energy worldwide. It has fuelled my appetite to explore more about various facets of energy domain.
I loved the course. The study material was well explained. There were presented many interesting facts and curiosities, and good first insight into Politics and Economics of International Energy.
Very good course for beginners in international energy. I would like to have a master`s degree in such specialization. Thanks to Professor Giacomo Luciani for easy-to-grasp lections!
Very interesting course ! Very well explained but maybe needs updates on current news (even if it may be hard I acknowledge) !
Really well balanced between definitions, geopolitics and science.
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