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www.iceed.org, 25 Jan 2013 [cached]
Dr. Dorothea El Mallakh
Dr. Dorothea El Mallakh, Director
International Research Center for Energy and Economic Development (ICEED)
850 Willowbrook Road, Boulder CO 80302 U.S.A.
Telephone: 303-442-4014 Fax: 303-442-5042 Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.
Cambodian Information Center >> Editorials - Articles About Cambodia
www.cambodia.org, $reference.date [cached]
"Energy firms will be eager to capitalize on what could be the world's next great petroleum resource," Dorothea EL Mallakh, director of the International Research Center for Energy and Economic Development, told United Press International.
With oil prices so high, where is all that cash going? - May. 25, 2005
money.cnn.com, 25 May 2005 [cached]
Publicly traded oil companies hold only 18 percent of the world's proven reserves, said Dorothea El Mallakh, head of the International Research Center for Energy and Economic Development.
www.iceed.org, 14 Nov 2013 [cached]
Dr. El Mallakh has authored and edited a number of works and was Associate Editor of The Journal of Energy and Development from its inception until 1987 when she became the Managing Editor.
In 1988, Dr. El Mallakh became Executive Vice President and Secretary of the International Association of Energy Economics; from 1990 through 1991 she served as Vice President-Elect and Vice President of International Affairs of that organization.
Among the honors she has held are the Perrine Memorial Graduate Fellowship (University of Colorado), National Defense Rare Language Fellowship (1961-1962, 1963), and the Rotary International Fellowship.
Ms. El Mallakh has been Manager of Political Risk for ConocoPhillips, involved in research at Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and undertaken projects with Saudi Aramco and Technip.
The Energy Literacy Project
www.energy-literacy.org, 5 Feb 2011 [cached]
Dr. El Mallakh is the current managing editor for the Center's Journal of Energy and Economic Development . She has served as Executive Vice President and Secretary for the IAEE and served as Vice President for international affairs.
She earned a B.A. in Modern Languages from Lewis and Clark College and A Ph.D. from the University of Colorado.
Dr. El Mallakh has helped in developing guidelines for Science Research Associates in their texts.
Dorothea is an expert in OPEC and international energy economics.
Dr. El Mallakh is an advisor with the Energy Literacy Project.