Lecturer, Faculty of Social Science, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Doctoral Researcher, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester
Research Fellow, Global Studies Institute in Hong Kong
Guy C.K. Leung is Lecturer at Chinese University of Hong Kong, where he designs and teaches a graduate-level course on the global political economy of energy. He is also Doctoral Researcher in the School of Environment and Development at University of Manchester and Research Fellow at Global Studies Institute in Hong Kong. He previously worked for the Consulate General of Kazakhstan to Hong Kong as Energy Analyst.
Guy specializes in China energy, energy security and the oil and gas sector. His current research projects are "Fueling the Dragon: A Geographical Political Economy of the Natural Gas Industry in China" and "China's Energy Security: A Re-conceptualization".
His works have been published by such leading peer-reviewed journals as OPEC Energy Review, OGEL Journal, Energy Policy, Eurasian Geography and Economics, The Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law, Economics Bulletin and Hong Kong International Relations Review. Some of them have become required reading by the energy courses provided by, for example, Harvard University and Peking University of China.
Besides, he reviews papers for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Energy Policy, Energy Strategy Reviews, International Journal of Global Energy Issues, Energy and Power Engineering, Global Journal of Economics and Finance and Global Journal of Business, Management and Accounting.