Dr. Ariane Tabatabai explores how Tehran determines the direction of the country’s nuclear program and its implications for US and international efforts to keep the Islamic Republic away from the bomb.
In a new report, Jason Bordoff, Daniel Raimi, and Neelesh Nerurkarexamine the potential to boost US employment in the oil and gas workforce while also reducing pollution through a federal program to plug orphaned and abandoned oil and gas wells.
Dr. Julio Friedmann, Emeka Ochu and Jeffrey Brown analyze the policy measures needed to close the finance and investment gap for carbon capture projects in the U.S. power sector, focusing on privately held power plants fueled by natural gas and coal that represent about half of the power generation in the U.S.
In a new report, Edmund Downie uses a case study of power trade in the Greater Mekong Subregion to assess the prospects for China’s Global Energy Interconnection in catalyzing energy integration around the world.
In a new report, CGEP Adjunct Senior Research Scholar Marianne Kah summarizes the results of the 2019 survey of global electric passenger vehicle penetration and compares the results to the 2018 survey.