Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Fifty years ago this week, one out of every 10 Americans, 20 million in all, came together for a series of rallies, teach-ins, and speeches, to tell their leaders they were no longer willing to put up with choking...

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April 16, 2020

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a student-only virtual roundtable discussion with Melissa Lott, CGEP Senior Research Scholar. Dr. Lott will discuss her background and experience working across industry, government, and academia...

Event
April 14, 2020

This webinar is part of The Cocooning Series:   Four Webinars to Help You Stay on Track During the Stay at Home Order For many of us, the looming economic impact of Coronavirus is causing enormous anxiety.  What if I get laid off?  What if this...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Governments around the world are consumed now with the challenge of responding effectively to the coronavirus pandemic, including providing adequate healthcare and alleviating the economic impact of the crisis. But policymakers in Washington and...

Research
Op-ed

In a new essay for Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff explains that even if the United States, Saudi Arabia and Russia make a historic show of cooperation, any respite for the oil industry will be short-lived.

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Op-ed

In the throes of the coronavirus pandemic, the world needs cheap oil and competition. In a new OpEd for Bloomberg Opinion, Christof Rühl explains why joined-up interventions to prop up the price are a bad way to go. 

Event
April 07, 2020

This webinar is part of The Cocooning Series:   Four Webinars to Help You Stay on Track During the Stay at Home Order Are you discovering that working from home is not the dream you thought it would be?  You’re not alone.  Community, workflow,  ...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

One of the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic has been an intentional effort to bring much of the economy to a standstill to slow the spread of the virus. A consequence of that has been an unprecedented drop in...

Potential Texas-OPEC Alliance Shows More Oil Production Doesn’t Make U.S. ‘Energy Independent’
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Blog post

In a new post for the State of the Planet blog, David Sandalow explores whether Texas will join hands with OPEC.

Oil Market Black Swans
Research
Commentary

In a new commentary, Robert McNally explores the shock to oil markets from the coronavirus and the ensuing market-share war between Saudi Arabia and Russia. 

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