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Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Director Jason Bordoff discusses the differences between Trump vs. Obama measure of the social cost of carbon and its implications on investment. 

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Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Director Jason Bordoff examines the implications of the Trump administration’s proposal to sell off more than half of the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve in the fiscal 2018 budget plan. 

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Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Director Jason Bordoff discusses the uncertainty of nuclear's future in the United States. 

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Writing in the Petroleum Economist's Outlook 2018, Director Jason Bordoff examines the impact of the Trump administration’s ambitious deregulatory agenda to unleash American “energy dominance” on US energy supply, greenhouse gas emissions, and the global energy market.

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Writing in the Financial Times, Jason Bordoff discusses how low oil prices restrict Saudi Arabia's room for fiscal maneuver.

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Writing on CNBC.com, Jason Bordoff discusses the five lessons US energy markets must learn from Hurricane Harvey's devastation.

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Writing in Nature Energy, Jason Bordoff argues that the Trump administration’s domestic plans would have curtailed the nation’s climate action even if it had stayed in the Paris Agreement. Yet, the decision to leave the agreement undermines US international energy and climate leadership and the prospects of ramping up global climate policy ambition.

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In his latest article in Foreign Affairs, Jason Bordoff examines the meaning of the Trump Administration's new policy goal of "energy dominance."

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Director Jason Bordoff writes on innovations in transportation technologies in the Wall Street Journal.

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Writing in Foreign Policy, Director Jason Bordoff argues that today’s 70th anniversary of the Marshall Plan serves as a reminder of the importance of a strong transatlantic alliance at a time when the relationship between the U.S. and Europe has been strained by the Trump Administration’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement, refusal to endorse NATO’s guarantee of mutual defense, and rejection of international trade agreements. Energy, in particular, is a key area for U.S.-European cooperation and a notable example of how the United States is better off when it is integrated into a global community rather than isolated.

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