US-China Roundtable on Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage
Research
Global Energy Dialogue

The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University and Energy Foundation-China recently convened an online roundtable on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) in the United States and China

Q&A | The Russian Invasion of Ukraine and the Global Energy Market Crisis
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Q&A

In this piece, Anne-Sophie Corbeau, a global research scholar with the Center on Global Energy Policy, puts the current global gas crisis into perspective and answers questions about the current state of gas markets and the implications of a ban of all Russian energy products for gas markets.

Beyond the Ukraine Crisis: The Future of Russian Sanctions
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Commentary

The sanctions approach is intended to support and sustain diplomacy, making it harder for Russia to reject potential offramps or profit from its invasion. 

Event
March 29, 2022

This roundtable is open only to currently-enrolled Columbia University students. To register, you must sign in with your UNI.

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a student-only lunch and roundtable...

Q&A | Challenges for OPEC+ amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine
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Q&A

In this piece, Dr. Kaushik Deb, senior research scholar with the Center on Global Energy Policy (CGEP), and Abhiram Rajendran, adjunct research scholar with CGEP, answer questions about the challenges OPEC+ now faces with this crisis.

Q&A | China-Russia Energy Relations: Will New Oil and Natural Gas Deals Help Russia Weather Economic Sanctions?
Research
Q&A

Discussion on the state of the China-Russia relationship and how it might evolve in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Things have shifted dramatically since we aired our last episode. There’s now a crisis in Ukraine and sanctions on Russian oil and gas. This is all on top of record demand for petroleum products and electricity as the world emerges from lockdowns...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

An increased demand for energy following COVID-19 lockdowns created a severe energy supply crunch in Europe this winter. And now, decisions from corporate executives and government leaders to reduce or outright ban...

Replacing Russian Gas Supplies in Europe: How Can Alternative Suppliers Help in 2022?
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Q&A

In this piece, Anne-Sophie Corbeau, a global research scholar with the Center on Global Energy Policy, answers questions about the EU’s plans to replace Russian gas with supply from alternative sources.

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