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.

When President Barack Obama weighed in on the Keystone XL pipeline controversy on Tuesday, his comments became a kind of Rorschach inkblot test for rival lobbies, reflecting their wishes for the fate of the long-delayed project.

President Barack Obama's long-awaited plan to combat climate change with new standards for US power plants will cause a spike in natural gas demand, a former key Obama energy adviser said Tuesday.

Statement from Jason Bordoff, Director of Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy and former Special Assistant to President Obama and Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change at the National Security Council

While some observers are warning that surging shale development and new natural gas discoveries could spawn a potential glut, most energy market watchers say strong demand makes natgas oversupply a remote prospect.

In this special show from IHS CERAWeek in Houston, Texas, Jason Bordoff, Director for the Center on Global Energy Policy, Professor at Columbia University and former Special Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change at the National Security Council, discusses impacts of Climate Change already being felt, the need for immediate action, and how the United States and other governmental and organizational policies are taking us into the future.

The Obama administration on Wednesday approved natural gas exports from a third U.S. facility, the second permit issued in about three months, triggering debate over whether the review of a long backlog of export applications is picking up steam.

August 8, 2013

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