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Impact of Escalating Tensions with Russia on EU and US Sanctions over Ukraine

November 24, 2015

By Richard Nephew*
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Predicting when new Iranian oil will begin to flow

November 19, 2015

By Richard Nephew*
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Assessing Russian Sanctions Vulnerability

November 9, 2015

By Yassamin Issapour*
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Future Russian Vulnerability to Sanctions

Three Major Threats to the Long-Term Implementation of the Iran Deal

September 10, 2015

By Richard Nephew
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Beyond the Numbers: How Sanctions Actually Work

August 4, 2015

By Richard Nephew
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Beyond the Numbers: How Sanctions Actually Work

August 4, 2015

By Richard Nephew
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Updated: 5 Things to Watch As the Iran Nuclear Talks Proceed

June 11, 2015

By Richard Nephew

The Other Things That OPEC Didn't Do

Analysts expected the June 5 OPEC meeting to be a non-event where the group would not change its production strategy. That view proved correct. But that was just one of the many things OPEC did not do last Friday. Center Fellow Colin Fenton offers this report from his time in Vienna.

Interview with Christof Rühl, Chief Economist of BP, on recent trends in the energy landscape

BP Chief Economist Christof Rühl sat down with Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy ahead of the release of BP’s annual Statistical Review of World Energy in the United States to discuss the rise of U.S. oil production and the subsequent surge in domestic demand last year, European dependence on Russian natural gas, the outlook for oil price stability, and growth in global coal consumption.

Interview with Eirik Wærness, Chief Economist of Statoil, on the long-term outlook for global energy markets

Forecasting the long-term outlook for global energy markets has always been a formidable task. The Center on Global Energy Policy sat down with Eirik Wærness, Statoil’s chief economist, ahead of the U.S. presentation of Statoil’s long-term macro and market outlook, to discuss the changes in global energy security requirements, geopolitical risks to markets, U.S. shale oil production, the impact of the developing global LNG market, and the variables which must be taken into account when looking 25 years into the future of the global energy system.

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