The international response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine, although still in flux, will bring about a high degree of economic and financial isolation of Russia. With soaring inflation, tight supply chains, and rising global energy prices, the economic consequences could be significant.
The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel to explore the implications for global energy markets and climate policy, and of a potential European decision to wean the continent off Russian natural gas.
- Jonathan Elkind, Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA
- Ambassador Pierre Vimont, Senior Fellow, Carnegie Europe
The Russian invasion of Ukraine: the crisis so far and possible scenarios
- Gerson Raiser, Counsel, Clifford Chance
The impact of sanctions on EU imports of Russian energy
- Kirsten Westphal, Executive Director, H2 Global Stiftung
The energy policy response from Germany
- Dr. Pierre Noël, Global Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA
The response from the global natural gas market
- Dr. Harrison Fell, Senior Research Scholar, Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University SIPA
The implications for CO2 emissions and climate policy