In The News

Center scholars and fellows often comment on current-events in leading media outlets around the world. Below is a list of articles quoting or featuring Center staff, ordered by most recent publication date.

“While oil prices are low today, it is far from clear they will remain low,” said Jason Bordoff, director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University. “The oil industry has long known cycles of boom and bust, and there are many factors today that may combine to cause a price spike more quickly than anticipated.”

“For years we’ve been told that Saudi oil policy is driven by commercial and economic considerations,” says Jason Bordoff of Columbia University’s Centre on Global Energy Policy. “Yet what happened in Doha seems to have had a big geopolitical dimension to apply pressure on Iran.”

“We haven’t totally figured out exactly what the business models are going to look like, for who wins and who loses,” said Jason Bordoff, director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University.

The 80-year-old Mr. Naimi had for some time wanted to retire. His departure and Mr. Falih’s appointment were widely expected, suggesting market reaction to the moves is likely to be calm, said Jason Bordoff, director of Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy. “Khalid al-Falih has been a key part of the team making these decision for many years,” he said. “It represents a continuation of the path they’ve been on.”

"Khalid al-Falih has been a key part of the team making these decision for many years," Jason Bordoff, director of Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy, told The Wall Street Journal. "It represents a continuation of the path they've been on."

Antoine Halff of Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy discusses the lack of a deal on oil production levels at this weekend's Doha talks and how he sees the outcome impacting oil prices. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets."

David Sandalow joined WNYC's radio program, The Takeaway, hosted by John Hockenberry, to discuss climate change and the next Administration.

Jason Bordoff spoke with NPR's John Ydstie on the link between lower oil prices and economic growth

The U.S. has imposed hundreds of sanctions against Iran for more than 30 years to temper the country's nuclear ambitions. And even though the sanctions against Iran were eased with January's nuclear disarmament deal, rules about how people in the U.S. can interact with Iran remain virtually unchanged. And their enforcement has brought harsh consequences. Richard Nephew joined NewsHour's Ivette Feliciano in her reporting.

Director Jason Bordoff joined NPR's All Things Considered for a look at which oil producing countries are hurt most and how they're coping.

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