Roger Van Den Herik Area Sales manager Sperre COmpressed Air Systems

About Roger Van Den Herik

Aad Correljé is political scientist and economist and Associate Professor of Economics of Infrastructures at the Faculty Technology, Policy and Management (TBM), TU Delft. He is a research fellow with the Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP). He is a Member of the Dutch Mining Council and of Editorial Board of the journal Energy Policy. He is lecturing on energy policy issues at the Florence School of Regulation and at European Studies at the University of Leiden. His research involves an economic-institutional approach to public policy and private strategy development in infrastructure-bound sectors (particularly energy and water). He involved as a leader in Edgar funded projects on securing gas supply and governance of the gas transmission system. Currently, he is involved in several NWO MVI projects on Socially Responsible Innovation in energy technologies and infrastructures. He published widely on a variety of aspects in the fields of energy policy and water management, including the book Natural Gas in the Netherlands (2003) and several studies for the Dutch WRR, The Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy. Aad Correljé graduated in Political Sciences at the University of Amsterdam (1988). He defended (1994) his PhD thesis, The Spanish Oil Industry: Structural Change and Modernisation at the Economic Faculty/Tinbergen Institute at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam.
Contact us or +31 (0) 10 209 2651
Stay up-to-date Get all the ins and outs on Offshore Energy, follow us on:
Stay in the loop Sign up for our newsletter
Created & produced by:
Diamond partner:
Platinum partner:
Supporting Partners:
© 2019
Need help?
Call us: +31 (0) 10 209 2651
Or leave a question
Confirm that you are not a script by entering the characters in the picture.
We use cookies to improve your experience on our website, for statistical purposes, and to give you access to our social media.
By using this website or by clicking 'agree', you agree to our privacy statement and terms of use . Of course you can also choose not to accept our policy.