Event
September 25, 2018

Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a presentation and discussion of the IEA's World Energy Investment 2018 with Alessandro Blasi, Senior Programme Officer and Michael Waldron, Energy Investment Analyst at the IEA. World Energy Investment...

Event
September 24, 2018

In 2017, China was the world’s leading emitter of heat-trapping gases by a wide margin. Its policies for limiting emissions will have a significant impact on the global climate for decades to come. Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy...

Event
September 21, 2018

The Center on Global Energy Policy's Women is excited to invite you to tour the Central Energy Plant of Columbia University's new Manhattanville Campus.  The tour will be led by Michael Haeser, Manhattanville's Director of District Energy System...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Since the discovery of rich oil and gas deposits in the North Sea over 50 year ago, Norway has become one of the leading producers and exporters of petroleum...

Research
Op-ed

Writing in the New York Times, CGEP Director Jason Bordoff argues that the damage done by the Trump administration’s reversal of Mr. Obama’s climate policies is less a sharp rise in carbon emissions than it is the loss of American leadership and missed opportunity to save future generations from climate change’s severe impacts.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

What does it take to move the needle on our energy and climate challenges? How can government, civil society, individuals, and businesses work together so our collective action is greater than the sum of individual contributions? To help shed...

Research
Report

Dr. Tim Boersma et al analyze the outlook for natural gas in Europe’s electricity generation, the most substantial market for gas in the continent, in the short and medium term (to 2030).

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The global natural gas market is undergoing dramatic changes, with additional LNG supplies set to hit the market in coming years, price competition between natural gas and renewables becoming fiercer, supply security concerns across Europe, and...

Research
Commentary

In March 2018, the Dutch government decided to phase out production from the Groningen natural gas field by 2030. In a new commentary, authors Tim Boersma, W. J. Evert van de Graaff and Lucia van Geuns review the decision to shut down the giant field that has brought the Dutch both prosperity and discord for 50 years.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

As energy and climate policy seem to become increasingly polarized at the national level, its often illuminating to look at states that have navigated the balance between oil and gas development and accelerating a transition to a clean energy...

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