On The Record

The Center produces a robust set of outputs including reports, commentaries, op-eds, congressional testimony and more. Below is a list of works, authored by Center staff and Fellows, ordered by most recent publication date.

<p>Among the most important federal agencies assisting President Obama's energy and environment agenda has been the Department of Interior, which manages one-fifth of the nation’s lands and has a critical role to play in energy and climate issues. Host Jason Bordoff sits down with U.S.

<p>The Center on Global Energy Policy was honored to welcome U.S. Secretary of the Interior <a href= "https://www.doi.gov/whoweare/secretaryjewell" target= "_blank">Sally Jewell</a> as guest speaker at our Energy Leaders Forum in New York City.

<p>During his campaign for President of the United States, one of the many advisors Donald Trump turned to on energy issues was Kevin Cramer, a Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives from North Dakota, the second leading state in oil production as a result of the boom in shale drilling.<br /> <br /> On this episode of the Columbia Energy Exchange host Bill Loveless talks with Congressman Cramer about his vision for American energy and environmental policy.

<p>The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a presentation and discussion of the IEA 2016 Medium-Term Coal Market Report with Carlos Fernandez Alvarez, Senior Coal Analyst at IEA. Center Director Jason Bordoff moderated the discussion following Mr. Fernandez Alvarez's presentation.</p>

<p>From the recent OPEC agreement to energy security issues in Europe, few countries are more important to the global energy picture than Russia. On this episode of the Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff speaks with Dr. Jonathan Eyal, International Director of the Royal United Services Institute, a leading think tank on military and defense issues in the United Kingdom. They discuss: How Russia's position in the global energy order might shift as a result of growing U.S. and Australian LNG exports; What affect continued, if not harsher, U.S.

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