- Fellowship type
- Senior Fellow
- Past Fellow
Philip Andrews-Speed is an independent energy policy analyst and Associate Fellow of Chatham House. Until 2010 he was Professor of Energy Policy at the University of Dundee and Director of the Centre of Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy. The focus of his research has been on energy policy, regulation and reform in China, and on the interface between energy policy and international relations. His book, with Roland Dannreuther, entitled China, Oil and Global Politics was published by Routledge in May 2011, and he is completing a book entitled The Governance of Energy in China. Transition to a Low-Carbon Economy to be published by Palgrave MacMillan in 2012. He is currently leading a major European Union, Framework 7 Programme project on “Competition and Collaboration in Access to Oil, Gas and Mineral Resources”.
- Blog entry
- China’s energy corridor from the Middle East – one step closer
- China’s Coal Production and Consumption: Jam Today and Jam Tomorrow?
- China Starts Reforming Resource Taxation – At Last
- China Growing Use of Gas: Substitution for Coal or Additional Energy Consumption
- China’s Iranian Oil Dilemma
- Fine Particulate Matter in the Air of China’s Cities
- Will Sudan be China’s Quagmire?
- The Rare Earth Case against China at the WTO: Who Wins?
- China’s Shale Gas Potential: Great Uncertainty Remains Despite Growing Optimism
- China’s Maritime Quarrels Are a Cause for Concern
- China’s Push for Hydro-Electricity Raises Challenging Contradictions
- Tackling the Challenges in the South China Sea