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This op-ed was originally published in the Financial Times.

Market, Policy, and Political Implications of the Global Natural Gas Crisis: Forum Report
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On October 18, 2021, Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP) hosted a special session of the Natural Gas Forum on the global nature of the current unexpected gas crisis, which has sparked chaos in many parts of the world.

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5 key climate metrics for the next 5 years of oil and gas.

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At COP26, leaders must find ways to allow much greater economic growth across large parts of the world while achieving our climate goals

The Role of LNG in the US Gas Market | Q&A with Erin Blanton and Katherine West
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In this piece, the Center on Global Energy Policy’s Erin Blanton and Katherine West discuss why global LNG prices will have an impact on US markets this winter.

The Global Energy Crisis The Implications of Record High Natural Gas Prices
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This commentary provides a brief overview of the current gas market and examines the potential near- and longer-term impacts for natural gas.

Methane Emission Controls: Redesigning EPA Regulations for Greater Efficacy
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This commentary examines the potential to reduce emissions of methane from oil and natural gas infrastructure. It begins with a brief history of natural gas regulations and the effectiveness of rulemaking, before exploring unregulated and underregulated sources of methane.

Microsoft’s million-tonne CO2-removal purchase — lessons for net zero
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Lucas Joppa, Amy Luers, Elizabeth Willmott, Julio Friedmann, Steven P. Hamburg & Rafael Broze comment in Nature on the lessons for net zero from Microsoft’s million-tonne CO2-removal purchase.

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