Boardroom Lunch - Invitation Only
Professor Paul Stevens, Visiting Professor, UCL, Chatham House Fellow
'The global energy implications of the shale technology revolution'
Professor Paul Stevens is a Visiting Professor at UCL (Australia) and Distinguished Research Fellow (Energy) at Chatham House, London. He is also Emeritus Professor of Petroleum Policy and Economics at the University of Dundee and a Consulting Professor at Stanford University. He has published extensively on energy economics, the international petroleum industry, unconventional gas, economic development issues and the political economy of the Gulf. Some recent publications for Chatham House include "The 'Shale Gas Revolution': Hype and Reality" (September 2010, updated August 2012), "The Coming Oil Supply Crunch" (August 2008, revised May 2009) and "Transit Troubles: Pipelines as a Source of Conflict" (March 2009). He also works as a consultant for many companies and governments.
Professir Stevens' expertise is in International oil markets; National oil companies; Developments in oil producing countries; Political economy of the Middle East; and Energy in developing countries.
Professor Stevens was awarded the 2009 OPEC Award in recognition of his outstanding work in the field of oil and energy research. The award was established in 2004 by OPEC to honour individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the petroleum industry and oil-related issues. The award honours those who have demonstrated a high level of independence and integrity in their work and who have persistently presented a critical, yet impartial view on oil-related issues in debates.
This Board Room lunch is by invitation only.