Sola Kasim

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    • 68 Citations
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    Teaching Overview

    BU5053 Introduction to Energy Economics

    FI2004 Business and Finance

    PO2508 Understanding Statistics

    LS501D Resource Curse Theory in Oil and Minerals for Good

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    • 68 Citations
    • 7 Article
    • 5 Working paper
    • 1 Special issue
    • 1 Discussion paper

    Petroleum Taxation for the Maturing UK Continental Shelf (UKCS)

    Kemp, A. G., Stephen, L. & Kasim, S. A., Oct 2014, UK: University of Aberdeen, p. 1-94, 94 p. (North Sea Study Occasional Paper; no. 128).

    Research output: Working paper

    Tax Incentives for CO2-EOR in the UK Continental Shelf

    Kemp, A. G. & Kasim, S. A., Dec 2014, University of Aberdeen, p. 1-49, 49 p. (North Sea Study Occasional Paper; no. 131).

    Research output: Working paper

    An Optimised Investment Model of the Economics of Integrated Returns from CCS Deployment in the UK/UKCS

    Kemp, A. G. & Kasim, S., May 2013, Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen, p. i-v, 1-33, 39 p. (North Sea Study Occasional Papers; vol. 126).

    Research output: Working paperDiscussion paper

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  • The economics of CO2-EOR cluster developments in the UK Central North Sea

    Kemp, A. G. & Kasim, S., Nov 2013, In : Energy Policy. 62, p. 1344-1355 12 p.

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    The Economics of CO2-EOR Cluster Developments in the UK Central North Sea/ Outer Moray Firth

    Kemp, A. G. & Kasim, S. A., Jan 2012, University of Aberdeen, p. 1-64, 64 p. (North Sea Study Occational Paper; no. 123).

    Research output: Working paper

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