CIEP contributes to the public debate on international political and economic developments in the energy sector (oil, gas and electricity). CIEP contributions include research, events, publications, comments, lectures and training.
In September 2001, the Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP) was launched, supported by twelve institutions from the public and private sectors for a project period of four years under the Stichting Fonds Institute Clingendael (SFIC). Since then, CIEP was continued in 2004, 2008 and again 2012, each time for four years. In the current project period, 2013-2016, 24 public and private institutions and companies have endorsed CIEP.
Research and activities
CIEP’s current research and activities revolve around the issues of the geo-political and geo-economic consequences of changing supply and demand patterns in energy, in particular oil and natural gas, and the development of European energy markets and energy policy-making against the background of international energy market developments and climate change policies.
Energy Training and Education
CIEP offers a curriculum existing of one-day open enrolment modules covering a wide range of international energy issues as well as training programmes, customised to particular needs and interests.
In addition, CIEP staff lectures in courses of the Clingendael Institute and in various of events throughout the year.