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Commentary

Dr. Tim Boersma and Dr. Tatiana Mitrova examine the causes and consequences of transformational changes in global gas markets.

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January 18, 2017

The outlook for coal is the topic of much debate—and the answer is critically linked to issues of climate change, air pollution, economic growth and energy access. Although coal has been called a dying fuel, it remains the most popular fuel for...

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Op-ed

Inaugural Fellow David Sandalow examines the perspective of China on President-elect Donald Trump in The Huffington Post.

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November 29, 2016

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy and Sabin Center for Climate Change Law for a conversation with Fu Chengyu, former Chairman of China Petroleum and Chemical Corp (Sinopec) and CEO of China National Offshore Oil Corp. (CNOOC). Mr. Fu...

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October 24, 2016

The Center on Global Energy Policy is pleased to host a presentation and discussion on China's role in global energy finance with Kevin Gallagher, Boston University's Pardee School of Global Studies and Co-director, Global Economic Governance...

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Report

Tatiana Mitrova provides detailed evidence of cooperation between Russia and China in the context of their political and commercial relationship. 

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Report

By the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) reckoning, some 5.5 million barrels of oil — 6% of world demand — get burned daily as bunker fuel on the high seas. Those bunkers are the world’s last big sink for high sulfur residual fuel oil (HSFO), the "bottom of the barrel,” as air-emission rules for ships have to date remained relatively loose. Tighter sulfur regulations may soon change that, with far-reaching impacts for the shipping industry, energy markets and air emissions from ships.

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Global Energy Dialogue

On January 8, 2014, Peking University (Beida), Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy and Columbia Law School hosted a workshop in Beijing on the potential for shale gas development in China. Leaders from business, government and academia from the U.S. and China participated. Topics included the geostrategic implications of the US shale gas boom, the status of shale gas development in China and a comparison of shale gas regulatory regimes in the two countries. The following document highlights some of the key points made by participants in the workshop.

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January 23, 2013

The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University invites you to join a discussion with Laszlo Varro,  Head of the Gas, Coal and Power Markets Division at the International Energy Agency (IEA). In its recently released Medium-Term Coal...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The U.S. is becoming a leader in the global market for liquefied natural gas (LNG), amid record gas production at home and growing demand for the fuel abroad. What opportunities does that present for the U.S.? And what challenges follow from this...

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