Philip will discuss how the wider political economy of China’s energy sector provides constraints and opportunities for the country to accelerate its transition to a low-carbon energy economy.
He will draw on ideas relating to institutionalism – namely the formal and informal rules, expectations and routines of society.
We invite Philip Andrews-Speed, Senior Principal Fellow at the Energy Studies Institute of the National University of Singapore to discuss.
Philip Andrews-Speed is a Senior Principal Fellow at the Energy Studies Institute of the National University of Singapore. Philip Andrews-Speed has 35 years in the field of energy and resources, starting his career as a mineral and oil exploration geologist before moving into the field of energy and resource governance. 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. China has been the main focus of his work since 1990.