Senior Energy Analyst, International Energy Agency Tim Gould is a Senior Energy Analyst at the Paris-based International Energy Agency. Working in the Office of the Chief Economist, he is a contributing author to the World Energy Outlook series – the Agency’s authoritative analysis of long-term global energy trends and challenges. He moved to this position in January 2011, having worked for three years as IEA Programme Manager and Senior Analyst for the Caspian and Black Sea Regions.
Previously, from 2004-2008, he dealt with a wide range of Eurasian energy issues as Senior Advisor to the Secretary General of the Energy Charter Secretariat. In addition to work in Brussels on the European internal energy market he has ten years of experience in Eastern Europe, primarily in Russia and in Ukraine, where he worked on EU-Ukraine economic and political relations in the Delegation of the European Commission, and also served as the founding Executive Director of the European Business Association in Kyiv.
Mr Gould graduated in 1992 from Oxford University with a degree in History and Russian and has a post-graduate diploma in international economics and international relations from the School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.
Presentation Abstract "The Arctic Region and the global oil and gas outlook"
It will look at the perspectives for global oil and gas demand / supply, based on the IEA World Energy Outlook 2011, and the contribution envisaged for Arctic resources as well as the economic and technological challenges associated with developing Arctic resources.
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