Talk on BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2016

Talk on BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2016
Kaushik Deb
Wednesday, 5 October 2016 Add to Calendar 2016-10-05 16:00:00 2016-10-05 16:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Talk on BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2016 The 65th edition of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy sets out energy data for 2015, revealing a year in which significant long-term trends in both the global demand and supply of energy came to the fore with global energy consumption slowing further and the mix of energy sources shifting towards lower-carbon fuels.The 65th edition of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy sets out energy data for 2015, revealing a year in which significant long-term trends in both the global demand and supply of energy came to the fore with global energy consumption slowing further and the mix of energy sources shifting towards lower-carbon fuels. Kaushik Deb is an economist at British Petroleum in India. His research interests lie in policy corrections for market failures within the context of economic liberalization. Before BP, Kaushik was a Director at IDFC. He holds a D.Sc. in Applied Economics from ETH, Zurich and an MA in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics Conference Hall, Centre for Policy Research
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The 65th edition of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy sets out energy data for 2015, revealing a year in which significant long-term trends in both the global demand and supply of energy came to the fore with global energy consumption slowing further and the mix of energy sources shifting towards lower-carbon fuels.The 65th edition of the BP Statistical Review of World Energy sets out energy data for 2015, revealing a year in which significant long-term trends in both the global demand and supply of energy came to the fore with global energy consumption slowing further and the mix of energy sources shifting towards lower-carbon fuels.

Kaushik Deb is an economist at British Petroleum in India. His research interests lie in policy corrections for market failures within the context of economic liberalization. Before BP, Kaushik was a Director at IDFC. He holds a D.Sc. in Applied Economics from ETH, Zurich and an MA in Economics from the Delhi School of Economics