Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

President Biden is heading to Saudi Arabia next month amidst a global energy crisis. The trip is nothing new. For decades when faced with an oil crisis, presidents from both political parties have turned to Saudi...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

In this episode, we’re touring a home with a buildings doctor. Ian Hamilton...

Event
June 30, 2022

The Iraq Kurdistan Region (IKR) is one of the few potential pipeline exporters to Europe that could increase natural gas supplies substantially in the next 2-3 years. In the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and continuing sanctions on Iran,...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) continues to influence global energy systems, despite challenges to its unity and market share. Just this year, global leaders called upon OPEC to increase...

Event
June 28, 2022

**Please note: This webinar will be hosted in English. Simultaneous interpretation to Portuguese will be provided.**
 
Brazil’s energy sector offers a valuable perspective, where the growth of the oil and gas sector...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Earlier this year, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed new regulations that would require publicly-traded companies to estimate their greenhouse gas emissions and disclose certain climate risks...

Research
Q&A

In this Q&A, senior research scholar Kaushik Deb and adjunct research scholar Abhiram Rajendran break down the implications of the OPEC+ announcement to increase oil production. 

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

This week on the show, we meet someone on a mission: to decarbonize America’s buildings. Decarbonizing buildings is is actually a huge piece of decarbonizing our economy: carbon pollution from heating, cooling, and...

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