Event
January 21, 2015

On January 21st, Thomas E. Donilon, former National Security Advisor and a member of the Center on Global Energy Policy's Advisory Board, will deliver remarks about recent issues in energy geopolitics and national security, including the recent...

Event
January 07, 2015

The Center on Global Energy Policy and the New York Energy Forum...

Research
Op-ed

Russia's economy is in free fall as economic sanctions and low oil prices continue to take their toll.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Center on Global Energy Policy and the New York Energy Forum hosted a presentation and discussion on the recently announced Mexican energy reforms. The event featured remarks from three senior Mexican government officials: Lourdes Melgar,...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a panel discussion focused on the geopolitical and global economic implications of the recent oil price drop. Our distinguished group of experts discussed what the decline means for national budgets,...

Research
Report

The steep decline in crude prices over the past five months has put a spotlight on many oil exporting countries and the pressures they face due to lower revenues. As part of the Center on Global Energy Policy’s examination of the effect of lower prices on the global economy and geopolitics, Center Fellow Adrian Lajous explored the implications for Mexico in the following policy brief. Mr. Lajous served as the Director General of Pemex (CEO) and Chairman of the boards of the Pemex group of operating companies from 1994 to 1999. The views expressed here are those of the author.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a discussion with Dr. James Henderson, Senior Research Fellow, the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. Dr. Henderson discussed the U.S. and European sanctions imposed against Russia in light of the...

Research
Op-ed

This op-ed from Center Founding Director Jason Bordoff and Fellow Carlos Pascual discusses the broader set of skills and perspectives needed to succeed as an energy leader in today’s complex and evolving landscape.

Research
Report

For the United States, new questions are emerging about the economic impact of lower oil prices. The US is now the world’s largest petroleum producer and consumer, so lower prices creates both economic winners and losers. This policy brief explores the overall economic impacts of a sharp drop in oil prices for the United States.

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