The Gulf countries: united by energy but separated by political and cultural divisions. Bridges are needed for safe passage to the future.
New dialogue opportunities between the E.U. and GCC countries, against the background of shared concerns and goals.
With the new government, led by Adel Abdul Mehdi, the country's economic revival is underway, with the energy sector leading the way.
The peninsula now aiming at economic diversification is a natural platform for the transit of Asian goods to Europe.
Change is vital in order to achieve an economically, socially and environmentally secure and sustainable transition, and it needs to be accompanied by the promotion of new energy measures ranging from the increased use of renewables to energy efficiency policies and the removal of subsidies
Upstream, downstream, gas, renewables, new technologies, energy efficiency. The strategies for making the energy sector a platform for development.
Over the past few years, the Gulf countries have reached the stage of asking themselves “how to go further the renewables”.
Security of navigation and port security are becoming an economic priority for all players in the Gulf.
Iran, Geopolitics and energy.
For the GCC monarchies, new strategies for a news energy model.
Five years since the launch of the New Silk Road, Xi Jinping's China is transforming Eurasia.
The biggest and richest of the seven emirates could be the driving force behind the UAE economy.
One of the biggest obstacles to energy transition is the lack of detailed action plans.
New strategies for Gulf petrostates: to adapt to a world in which their current economic and political structures are no longer sustainable.