Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

To make sense of the recent oil price volatility, host Jason Bordoff called on energy expert Ed Morse. Morse has been focused on energy policy and commodities since the 1970s and is currently the managing director and global head of commodity research at Citi Group.

April 07, 2022

Last month the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report finding that climate change is already causing widespread damage, with much worse to come in the decades ahead if emissions continue to climb. UN Secretary General Antonio...

Venezuela Oil Sanctions: Not an Easy Fix

The unexpected visit of a US government delegation to Caracas for talks with Nicolas Maduro on March 5th has led to speculation that sanctions on the Maduro regime could be lifted and that a rapid ramp up of Venezuelan oil production and export could result.


The European energy crisis, aggravated by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, amplifies the tension between climate mitigation action and energy affordability. 

US-China Roundtable on Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage
Global Energy Dialogue

The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University and Energy Foundation-China recently convened an online roundtable on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in the United States and China

Q&A | The Russian Invasion of Ukraine and the Global Energy Market Crisis

In this piece, Anne-Sophie Corbeau, a global research scholar with the Center on Global Energy Policy, puts the current global gas crisis into perspective and answers questions about the current state of gas markets and the implications of a ban of all Russian energy products for gas markets.