Prof. Jonathan Stern
Distinguished Research Fellow & Founder of the Natural Gas Research Programme
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES)
- CD2: NAVIGATING UNCERTAINTY IN GLOBAL LNG MARKETS
- P4: THE GLOBAL LNG PLAYERS' PERSPECTIVES ON NEW INVESTMENTS
- P5: GAS IN ASIA - A PATH OR THREAT TO NET ZERO GOALS
- II9: UPDATE ON GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS, MEASUREMENT, AND REPORTING ALONG LNG CHAIN
Distinguished Research Fellow and founder of the Natural Gas Research Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES). He holds professorships at the University of Dundee and Imperial College, London; and fellowships at the Energy Delta Institute and the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (in Tokyo). He is the author and editor of several books, including: Natural Gas in Asia; The Pricing of Internationally Traded Gas, and The Future of Gas in the Gulf. He is author of two chapters in LNG Markets in Transition: the Great Reconfiguration. His most recent papers on: Narratives for Gas in Decarbonising European Energy Markets, and Challenges to the Future of LNG: decarbonisation, affordability and profitability, were published in 2019.