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DDBA 8515 Energy Production Analysis: Welcome & Course Readings

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DDBA 8515 Course Readings

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Ajayi, O. O., & Ajayi, O. O. (2013). Nigeria’s energy policy: Inferences, analysis and legal ethics toward RE development. Energy Policy, 60, 61–67.

Albqami, R. M., & Mathis, F. J. (2012). Gas development in Saudi Arabia: Assessing the short-term demand-side effects. OPEC Energy Review, 36(1), 55–86.

Anantatmula, V. S. (2010). Project manager leadership role in improving project performance. Engineering Management Journal, 22(1), 13–22.

Anejionu, O. C. D., Ahiarammunnah, P.-A. N., & Nri-ezedi, C. J. (2015). Hydrocarbon pollution in the Niger Delta: Geographics of impacts and appraisals of lapses in extant legal framework. Resources Policy, 45, 65–77.

Benes, J., Chauvet, M., Kamenik, O., Kumhof, M., Laxton, D., Mursula, S., & Selody, J. (2015). The future of oil: Geology versus technology. International Journal of Forecasting, 31(1), 207–221.

Bhattacharyya, S. C. (2010). Shaping a sustainable energy future for India: Management challenges. Energy Policy, 38, 4173–4185.

Boscheck, R. (2007). The governance of oil supply: An institutional perspective on NOC control and the questions it poses. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 1(4), 366–389.

Browne, O., Poletti, S., & Young, D. (2015). Market power and system cost: The long run impact of large amounts of wind electricity generation? Energy Policy, 87, 17–27.

Dincer, I. (1999). Environmental impacts of energy. Energy Policy, 27(14), 845–854.

Frisari, G., & Stadelmann, M. (2015). De-risking concentrated solar power in emerging markets: The role of policies and international finance institutions. Energy Policy, 82, 12–22.

Haselip, J., Desgain, D., & Mackenzie, G. (2014). Financing energy SMEs in Ghana and Senegal: Outcomes, barriers and prospects. Energy Policy, 65, 369–376.

Hassan, A., & Kouhy, R. (2015). From environmentalism to corporate environmental accountability in the Nigerian petroleum industry: Do green stakeholders matter? International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 9(2), 204–226.

Heinicke, M. (2015). Framework for the use of landscaping waste for alternative energy generation. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 9(1), 57–76.

Hepbasli, A., & Alsuhaibani, Z. (2011). A key review on present status and future directions of solar energy studies and applications in Saudi Arabia. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 15(9), 5021­–5050.

Krane, J. (2015a). A refined approach: Saudi Arabia moves beyond crude. Energy Policy, 82, 99–104.

Krane, J. (2015b). Stability versus sustainability: Energy policy in the Gulf Monarchies. The Energy Journal, 36(4), 1–21.

Li, R. (2010). The evolution of the international steam coal market. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 4(4), 519–534.

Liu, H., & Liang, X. (2011). Strategies for promoting low-carbon technology transfer to developing countries: The case of CSS. Energy Policy, 39, 3106–3116.

Løvdal, N., & Neumann, F. (2011). Internationalization as a strategy to overcome industry barrier: An assessment of the marine energy industry. Energy Policy, 39, 1093–1100.

Lunt, P., Ball, P., & Levers, A. (2014). Barriers to industrial energy efficiency. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 8(3), 380–394.

Martin-Amouroux, J. (2008). Coal: The metamorphosis of an industry. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 2(2), 162­–180.

Murphy, M. N. (2013). Petro-piracy: Oil and troubled waters. Orbis, 57(3), 424–437.

Perrons, R. K., & Jensen, J. W. (2015). Data as an asset: What the oil and gas sector can learn from other industries about “Big Data.” Energy Policy, 81, 117–121.

Seljom, P., & Rosenberg, E. (2011). A study of oil and natural gas resources and production.  International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 5(1), 101–124.

Singh, S. K., Bajpai, V. K., & Garg, T. K. (2013). Measuring productivity change in Indian coal-fired electricity generation: 2003–2010. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 7(1), 46–64.

Solarin, S. (2015). Assessing the effectiveness of the policies to boost hydropower consumption. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 9(2), 136–155.

Solomon, B. D., & Krishna, K. (2011). The coming sustainable energy transition: History, strategies, and outlook. Energy Policy, 39(11), 7422–7431.

Tylock, S. M., Seager, T. P., Snell, J., Bennett, E. R., & Sweet, D. (2012). Energy management under policy and technology uncertainty. Energy Policy, 47, 156–163.

Xodo, A. (2011). Gaining competitive advantage through a low carbon economy: China versus Europe. International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 5(4), 442–446.

Other Readings

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