Electrification on the Path to Net Zero: A Comparison of Studies Examining Opportunities and Barriers in the United States
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Rallying cries to “electrify everything” have captured the focus of many headlines and policy forums in recent years. However, there are important questions that remain unanswered about the electrify everything movement, including the technical, social, and political feasibility of the approach, as well as the affordability and equitability of implementation.

Comparing Government Financing of Reactor Exports: Considerations for US Policy Makers
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This report represents the research and views of the author. It does not necessarily represent the views of the Center on Global Energy Policy. The piece may be subject to further revision.

How Russia’s War on Ukraine Has Impacted Global Gas Markets: Roundtable Report
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The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University hosted a private virtual roundtable conducted on a not-for-attribution basis on how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has impacted global gas markets.

Considering a Federal Program to Permanently Plug and Abandon Offshore Oil and Gas Wells
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Failure to properly plug and abandon (P&A) oil and gas wells in the United States at the end of their useful life can impose environmental costs and saddle taxpayers with cleanup liabilities.

ESG Investing and the US Oil and Gas Industry: An Analysis of Climate Disclosures
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As climate change continues to unfold around the globe, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns are increasingly driving investment decisions.

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