Event Recording

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a presentation and discussion of the 2016 Medium-Term Gas Market Report. Ms. Costanza Jacazio, Senior Gas Expert in the Gas, Coal and Power Division at the International Energy Agency presented the report...

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Report

This study contains a number of scenario studies to assess the share of Russian natural gas in the European natural gas mix going forward. The authors conclude that remarkable little changes in the European natural gas mix in the scenarios under study, and that absent very drastic policy interventions Russian natural gas will continue to play a prominent role in the EU.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Seven years ago, David Sandalow pitched an idea that’s turned into one of the biggest international gatherings on clean energy. While an assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy, Sandalow proposed to then-Energy Secretary Steven Chu...

Event Recording

Seven years ago, David Sandalow pitched an idea that’s turned into one of the biggest international gatherings on clean energy. While an assistant secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy, Sandalow proposed to then-Energy Secretary Steven Chu...

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Op-ed

Writing on CFR's Energy, Security, and Climate blog, Founding Director Jason Bordoff discusses why the United States should only use the Strategic Petroleum Reserve in infrequent circumstances to protect the U.S. economy from major supply disruptions around the world.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast
Ever since the industrial revolution, energy has been fundamental to national security, geopolitics, and positions of power in the world. Today is no exception. Russian adventurism in Ukraine; the fight against ISIS and the conflict in Syria;...
Event Recording
Ever since the industrial revolution, energy has been fundamental to national security, geopolitics, and positions of power in the world. Today is no exception. Russian adventurism in Ukraine; the fight against ISIS and the conflict in Syria;...
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Op-ed

While it has been around for many years to produce crude prototypes, 3-D printing is now being used to make everything from jet engines and complex machine parts to bridges and buildings, artificial limbs and biomedical tissue. It is still too early to determine the full potential of 3-D printing, but the technology is advancing quickly. Yet the environmental impacts of 3-D printing have been little studied, and may cut the other way too, writes Jason Bordoff in the Wall Street Journal.

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Op-ed

Richard Nephew and Liz Rosenberg argue that blaming sanctions for the failure of a windfall for Iran to materialize — as critics and supporters alike are saying — misplaces attribution and undermines prospects for the Iran deal’s success.

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Op-ed

Not only have prices entered a prolonged decline, so has OPEC’s image as a market-shaping institution. OPEC seems in terminal decline. But, argues Antoine Halff in the Financial Times, it is too early to announce OPEC’s death.

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