OPEC and the Global Energy Order: From its Origins to the Present Time


NYU Abu Dhabi Saadiyat campus

WHEN April 18-20, 2017
9am - 5pm WHERE Abu Dhabi WHO NYU Abu Dhabi Institute
Open to the Public

This conference explores the cooperation among the world’s largest oil exporters, their relations to non-OPEC countries, to international oil companies and to key consuming countries. It sheds light on the role the organization has played in the international history of the 20th century, as well as on the challenges it’s facing with the rise of climate change debate and the pressures to move toward a less carbon-dependent economy. OPEC being the most sophisticated and successful international organization of raw materials producers from the Global South, its success and failures can also speak in general to the prospect of international cooperation on raw materials and natural resources, and contribute to a better understanding of the key issues at stake both for producers and consumers. Interested scholars please contact nyuad.programs@nyu.edu

Speaker Bios

Session I: OPEC Members and the Making of Oil Policy

Session II: OPEC, the Consumers, and the Developing Countries

Session III: OPEC, non-OPEC, and the International Oil Companies

Session IV: OPEC and the Challenges of a New International Energy Order

Roundtable: OPECs Past, Present, and Future

Convened by
Giuliano Garavini, Senior Research Fellow, Humanities Research Fellowship, NYUAD

Hosted by
NYU Abu Dhabi Institute

In Collaboration with

University of Oslo

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