Research
Q&A

In this Q&A, senior research scholar Kaushik Deb and adjunct research scholar Abhiram Rajendran break down the implications of the OPEC+ announcement to increase oil production. 

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

This week on the show, we meet someone on a mission: to decarbonize America’s buildings. Decarbonizing buildings is is actually a huge piece of decarbonizing our economy: carbon pollution from heating, cooling, and...

Columbia Global Energy Dialogue | Russia and Sanctions: Impacts on Energy Markets and Geopolitics
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Global Energy Dialogue

Participants in this roundtable included senior corporate executives, civil society representatives, energy analysts, academic and think tank experts, and government officials from Canada, the European Union, and the United States.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Oil refiners are currently seeing a big boom in business – but how long will it last? 

The process of turning crude into usable products has been plagued for years by...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is responsible for safeguarding U.S. nuclear infrastructure, maintaining energy security, fostering technology innovation, and guiding the country towards a green energy...

How Sanctions on Russian Crude Oil Could Impact Market Share for Major Regional Suppliers
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Commentary

All the countries aligned with the Western sanctions regime together import about 3 million barrels per day (b/d) of crude from Russia.

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