Erdal Tanas Karagöl

Erdal Tanas Karagöl

Erdal Tanas Karagöl received his M.A from the University of Connecticut and his PhD from York University. Karagöl is a professor at Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University and provides undergraduate and graduate level courses on energy economics, energy security and macroeconomic policy. Currently E. T. Karagöl is the Director of the Energy Studies Department at the SETA Foundation.
Will Eastern Mediterranean Gas Bring Prosperity or Disorder

Will Eastern Mediterranean Gas Bring Prosperity or Disorder?

May 21, 2019
The most important subject for the Eastern Mediterranean today is the derivation of economic benefit from the resources of the region. Developments such as the discovery of new resources and increases in the natural gas potential of the basin are of course important, but without a market-ready transfer route built it is obvious that these countries will not have an effective role in ensuring their energy supply security.
Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean Energy Equation

Turkey in the Eastern Mediterranean Energy Equation

February 10, 2017
Even though the other states in the Eastern Mediterranean region have come out against Turkey, the country’s geo-strategic position makes it the most advantageous route for the trade of the Eastern Mediterranean natural gas.
The Future of Fossil Fuels and Turkey s Policy for

The Future of Fossil Fuels and Turkey’s Policy for Reducing Dependence

December 25, 2016
As an emerging economy, Turkey also has faced an increase in energy consumption in the last few decades, especially due to a growth in population and economic expansion. Over the last decade, Turkey has been the second country, after China, in terms of gas and electricity demand growth.