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.

Jason Bordoff, Founding Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy, is quoted in the Wall Street Journal responding to the effect of falling oil prices on the U.S. energy boom.

Jason Bordoff, founding director of the Center on Global Energy Policy, interviews with BBC World News about Ukraine, Russia, and the EU's new deal to resume gas supplies to Ukraine.

Jason Bordoff, founding director of the Center on Global Energy Policy, interviews with NPR's All Things Considered to discuss the impact of falling oil prices on American crude oil production and weighs in on what this means for domestic shale oil producers.

Jason Bordoff, founder of the Center on Global Energy Policy, interviews with BBC World Service Business whether falling oil prices are beneficial for motorists and other consumers despite being painful for oil producing countries that rely on high prices to boost their budgets.

The European Union and the United States imposed new sanctions against Russia on Friday because of Russia's involvement in the conflict in Eastern Ukraine. Founding Director Jason Bordoff discusses the potential impact that these sanctions could have on the global energy market on PBS NewsHour.

Jason Bordoff, Founding Director of Columbia University, Center on Global Energy Polic, discusses how Ukraine's challenges in gas supplies could intensify in the months ahead in an interview with CNBC.

Many US producers are pushing to loosen the country's ban on crude oil exports. The FT's Anjli Raval asks Jason Bordoff, former Obama advisor and current director for the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, about the likelihood of policy changes.

Center Director Jason Bordoff comments to Reuters on how the new round of U.S. sanctions against Russian firms could impact Rosneft, Russia's flagship oil giant.

At the Center on Global Energy Policy's Spring 2014 Energy Policy Conference, John Podesta, who is one of President Barack Obama's most senior advisers, said that the administration was "taking an active look" at the crude export ban, including "deciding whether there's the potential for effectively and economically utilising that resource through a variety of different mechanisms."

President Obama is touting a government report on climate change. He's taking steps to limit the greenhouse gases that contribute to a warming planet, but he faces political heat on Capitol Hill.

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