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Columbia Global Energy Dialogue | Russia and Sanctions: Impacts on Energy Markets and Geopolitics
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Anne-Sophie Corbeau, Hadia Sheerazi and Ann-Kathrin Merz

Participants in this roundtable included senior corporate executives, civil society representatives, energy analysts, academic and think tank experts, and government officials from Canada, the European Union, and the United States.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions from State-Owned Enterprises: A Preliminary Inventory

State-owned enterprises (SOEs) play a major role in the production of goods and services across many of the world’s largest economies, particularly in electricity generation, oil and gas, and heavy industry. This report provides an accounting of direct emissions associated with SOEs globally.

US-China Energy Relations: A Snapshot | Q&A with Dr. Erica Downs, Dr. Shangyou Nie and David Sandalow
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Dr. Erica Downs, David Sandalow and Dr. Shangyou Nie

In this piece, the Center on Global Energy Policy’s Erica Downs, Shangyou Nie and David Sandalow discuss several recent developments in the US-China energy relationship.

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Manuela V. Ferro
Regional Vice President for East Asia and Pacific at the World Bank

Covid and the Russian war in Ukraine have slowed economic development in East Asia and the Pacific. High global commodity prices are stressing countries heavily dependent on energy and food imports. ...

Anne-Sophie Corbeau & Dr. Tatiana Mitrova
Global Research Scholar, CGEP & Non-Resident Fellow, CGEP

Currently, high gas prices are rippling throughout much of Europe and Asia. The spike has driven up the price of coal too and sent electricity prices for businesses and homeowners to record highs.

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Dr. Christof Rühl
Energy Expert and Economist

Global energy markets are in flux, from the rapid growth in renewable energy production and falling technology costs to talk of peak demand and calls for urgent action on climate change. At the same time, greenhouse gas emissions went up last...