Oil, gas, uranium : non-renewable energy resources and development issues. The Downtream Oil Industry. The Natural Gas Business : is natural gas a bridge to the future ? The Electricity Business : the impact of regulation/deregulation of the electricity business. Nuclear and Renewables : The future of nuclear, the impact of renewables Required reading : The Prize ; The Quest ; The Geopolitics of Energy.
dent will be asked to actively participate in a debate in class defending a position assigned to him/her. The course earns you 4 ECTS. Each ECTS represents a minimum of 25 hours of work, so the course requires a minimum total of 100 hours of work, of which lectures represent 24 hours. Over the 12 weeks of the course you should work on average another 6.5 hours per week individually. Pedagogical method : This is an introductory course aiming at providing students with basic background knowledge. The course combines power point based lectures with a MOOC and videos of past lectures online ; students will be required to participate in debates in class and through the course MOODLE forum. Online materials : MOOC “Politics and Economics of International Energy” on Coursera (https ://www.coursera.org/ learn/global-energy). Other videos available from the class MOODLE. Lectures and readings available from the class MOODLE. Course Description : The deﬁnition of energy sustainability is based on three core dimensions : energy security, energy equity, and environmental sustainability. More frequently than not, these three objectives are mutually contradictory or incompatible. The future of energy thus poses a trilemma, i.e. the need to navigate difﬁcult trade-offs between the three major objectives. Energy (oil, gas, power) remains one of the biggest businesses, and maintains a strategic characterization that sets it aside from other economic sectors. As such, it attracts the attention of industrial, ﬁnancial and political actors internationally. The course aims at providing students with the critical knowledge and skills to avoid superﬁcial generalizations and simpliﬁcations, which unfortunately remain all too common. Required reading : Daniel Yergin, “The Prize : The Epic Quest for Oil, Money, and Power” ; The Geopolitics of Energy.
POLITICS AND ECONOMICS OF INTERNATIONAL ENERGY
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Giacomo LUCIANI (Director Gulf Research Center Foundation), Tom MOERENHOUT (PhD Student). Prerequisite : There are no pre-requisites ; this is the introductory course to the International Energy Master. All students in the Master or wishing to take the International Energy Minor must take this course. Pedagogical format : Seminar Course validation : A midterm and a ﬁnal : these are take home exams, handled remotely by email. You will need to write a short essay (500 words) responding to one out of three or four questions that will be proposed. The midterm and ﬁnal are worth each about 50% of the ﬁnal grade (rule applied with some discretionality). Class participation. This will be measured through postings of relevant materials taken from the web and participation in discussion groups and subjected to peer grading. Details to be explained in class. Positive contributions will earn bonuses to improve your ﬁnal grade. Workload : Students must attend class and carefully go over class notes (power point presentations). They must selectively and intelligently absorb material from the extensive reading list. They are encouraged to ask questions and raise issues in class. Students must also absorb the online material, which will not be presented in class. Every stu-
POLITIQUES PUBLIQUES ET ENJEUX AGRICOLES DANS LE SUD
Semestre : Printemps Nombre d'heures : 24 Langue d'enseignement : français