Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff is joined by Bob McNally and Adam Segal, leading experts on energy and cybersecurity, respectively, to examine what happened with the Colonial Pipeline system and what lessons should be drawn about the vulnerability and resilience of critical energy infrastructure. 

The Colonial Pipeline Crisis Is a Taste of Things to Come
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Op-ed

In a new essay in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff examines the causes of last week's fuel shortages along the Eastern Seaboard and lessons that the federal government and private sector should take from the crisis to bolster the United States’ security of critical energy infrastructure and its resilience to inevitable disruptions from the rising risks of both cyberattack and severe weather. 

Energy's Digital Future
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Book

Amy Myers Jaffe provides an expert look at the promises and challenges of the future of energy, highlighting what the United States needs to do to maintain its global influence in a post-oil era.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

It’s been quite a tumultuous year for the oil and gas industry, from a historic pandemic that sent oil prices crashing to growing pressure and urgency for companies to align their strategies with the world’s...

Proposed 45Q Tax Credit Reform Could Give a Big Boost to Carbon Capture Projects
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Op-ed

In a new op-ed for State of the Planet, Emeka Ochu argues a direct pay option for the 45Q tax credit could help to incentivize carbon capture retrofits in U.S. power plants.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Mike Stevens, the Washington State director of The Nature Conservancy, a global environmental organization and one of the key players in the passage of the new Climate Commitment Act.

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