Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Wildfire season is upon us. With nearly 80% of the Western US in extreme drought, fires have already scorched more than five and a half million acres this year – double the number of acres compared to this time...

Research
Commentary

As the crisis around Russian gas escalates, this commentary provides an overview and analysis of how it reached its present state and draws scenarios for how it might unfold going forward.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Even as prices decline, the tight oil market is once again raising economic and political worries in Washington. 

In July, President Biden traveled to the Middle East...

Q&A | Effects of steeper cuts to Nord Stream 1 gas flows on the EU
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Q&A

In this Q&A, senior research scholar Kaushik Deb answers questions about how dramatic cuts to gas flows came about, their effects on EU households and industry, and how the block might adjust.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Building codes: they might sound boring, but they’re actually the front lines in a nationwide battle to decarbonize our buildings. And they do a lot more than keeping your  home from falling down over your head....

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Relentless extreme heat is gripping regions around the world. Spring and summer brought numerous crippling heat waves to Europe – smashing temperature records, killing more than a thousand people, and buckling...

How Russia’s War on Ukraine Has Impacted Global Gas Markets: Roundtable Report
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Report

The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University hosted a private virtual roundtable conducted on a not-for-attribution basis on how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has impacted global gas markets.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Europe’s gas crisis has entered a scary new phase. Last week, the biggest pipeline carrying Russian gas into Germany was closed for maintenance. And many in Europe fear the Russians will keep Nord Stream 1 closed...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

There are 5.5 million commercial buildings in the U.S. Why are only ...

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