Marianne Kah summarizes a recent workshop hosted by the Center on Global Energy Policy and the Energy Institute of the University of Texas at Austin that explored challenges and potential solutions to natural gas flaring, primarily in the Permian Basin.
In a new report, CGEP Adjunct Senior Research Scholar Marianne Kah summarizes the results of the 2019 survey of global electric passenger vehicle penetration and compares the results to the 2018 survey.
CGEP scholar Marianne Kah shares key insights from a workshop that explored prospects for global truck electrification, automation & the development of new urban delivery models - and their potential energy impacts.
A recent study by MIT attempts to address the issue of the technological improvements in the U.S. tight oil sector. Given the consequential impacts of the US shale revolution, both at home and abroad, it is important to understand what the MIT study actually said and its implications for US production. In this new commentary, CGEP scholar Marianne Kah attempts to highlight and clarify some of the critical findings of the MIT study and address more broadly the many uncertainties regarding forecasting future US tight oil production.