ESG Investing and the US Oil and Gas Industry: An Analysis of Climate Disclosures
Research
Report

As climate change continues to unfold around the globe, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns are increasingly driving investment decisions.

Hydrogen: A Hot Commodity Lacking Sufficient Statistics
Research
Commentary

In this commentary, the author explores the different issues around measuring hydrogen demand, production, and trade, and makes recommendations to improve data coverage and harmonize unit conventions.

Q&A | Consequences of the Biden SPR Release
Research
Q&A

The White House announced earlier this week that it would release 180 million barrels of oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve over the next six months—the biggest release in SPR history

Q&A | The risk of Russian cyberattacks on US energy infrastructure
Research
Q&A

In this Q&A, CGEP’s Amy Myers Jaffe and Richard Nephew examine this prospect and how energy companies might respond. 

Sanctions and the Economic Consequences of Higher Oil Prices
Research
Commentary

In a new commentary, senior research scholar Christof Rühl unpacks what room there is for the anti-war alliance to scale down the consumption of Russian oil without triggering an adverse economic reaction.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless and Dr. Luisa Palacios discuss the potnetial ripple effects of easing sanctions on Venezuela as oil prices spike around the globe. 

Event
April 11, 2022

Please join us for a Women in Energy (WIE) networking reception to connect with WIE members in person, discuss your interests and career ambitions, and provide feedback about the program.

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Energy markets and the design of sanctions on Russia
Research
Commentary

Energy sanctions started late, but the number of countries embargoing oil, gas, or coal imports from Russia is expanding.

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