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Commentary

Jason Bordoff and Richard Nephew examine what reimposing sanctions on Iran would mean for oil markets. They assess the likelihood that sanctions reimposition would pull large volumes of Iranian oil off the market and what impact that would have on oil markets and how the possibility of reimposition affects Iran’s negotiating posture within OPEC.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Following COP22 in Marrakech where global leaders were overcome with uncertainly about the United States' commitment to greenhouse gas reduction under a new Trump Administration, host Bill Loveless speaks with Carl Pope, former executive director...

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Following COP22 in Marrakech where global leaders were overcome with uncertainly about the United States' commitment to greenhouse gas reduction under a new Trump Administration, host Bill Loveless speaks with Carl Pope, former executive director...

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Commentary

Richard Nephew explores what would happen should President-elect Trump attempt to renegotiate the Iran nuclear deal in a new commentary. Nephew outlines and addresses three key questions that face the next Administration: Can the future president get more from Iran as part of a negotiated arrangement?; How much more does he need to get to declare success?; What will he risk in order to get it?

Event
December 15, 2016

The Center on Global Energy Policy is honored to welcome H.E. Mohammed Barkindo, Secretary General of OPEC, to Columbia University for a presentation and discussion. Following H.E. Barkindo's keynote remarks on the future of global oil supply and...

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November 29, 2016

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy and Sabin Center for Climate Change Law for a conversation with Fu Chengyu, former Chairman of China Petroleum and Chemical Corp (Sinopec) and CEO of China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC). Mr. Fu...

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Report

What do investors and infrastructure developers think about the Paris Agreement? What impact do they believe it will have on the availability of capital for clean energy? David Sandalow, Keith Benes and Caitlin Augustin report on the results of a survey on these topics. 

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Op-ed

Director Jason Bordoff writes in the Wall Street Journal that while the outlook for bipartisan cooperation on energy may seem bleak, it will be important for both sides of the aisle to look for potential areas of common ground after a deeply divisive campaign. Bordoff points to investment in energy research and development as an area which has long enjoyed broad support in both parties as a way to boost American competitiveness.

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Article

In a written debate/discussion in The Wall Street Journal, Director Jason Bordoff, Helima Croft, head of commodity strategy at RBC Capital Markets, and Bassam Fattouh, director of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, discuss OPEC's relevance and the future of the organization.

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