Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Europe is at a crossroads over nuclear power. 

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has pushed Europe to reconsider its energy mix.  Migrating away from Russian supply chains...

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May 18, 2022

What happens to our understanding of liberal international order – its history, material bases and ideological claims – if we read its development not solely as a social formation built by the West and exported around the earth but rather as an...

Q&A | Copper Supply and the Energy Transition
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Juan Carlos Jobet discusses how to ensure supply of copper adequately meets demand in the energy transition.

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How Europe's proposed oil ban impacts refined product markets, specifically diesel, and why Latin America in particular is positioned to lose out. 

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Despite some setbacks, Europe is considering a ban on Russian oil, a major step toward energy independence from Russia. Meanwhile, Russia’s demand that buyers pay for its natural gas in rubles has put European...

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May 25, 2022

What role should international organizations, multilateral frameworks and global funds play in the energy transitions of African and Latin American states? During this session, the Center on Global Energy Policy and the Oxford University China-...

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May 12, 2022

The Center on Global Energy Policy will host Dr. Jessika Trancik, Professor at the Institute for Data, Systems, and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, for...

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