An audio interview with Christof Ruhl, Chief Economist of BP, where he analyzes global economic developments and their impact on energy markets, and provides strategic input into BP’s activities.
The war over Unocal has underlined the tense relationship between the U.S. and China.
Energy prices are a continuing concern to world economies. If oil prices do continue to increase, the rate of recovery of world economies may be slowed.
Stephen L. Baum discusses how managers can contain rising energy costs, the options for energy sources in the near future, and California’s energy crisis.
Conservation, or lowering demand, really is important in avoiding the potential for price manipulation.
Economist Mitchell J. Held notes lingering effects of energy crisis on California firms and consumers.