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Op-ed

Fellow James Stock writes on reforming the RFS in The Hill.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Discussions about U.S. energy policy typically focus on Washington, where the White House, Congress and agencies like the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission dominate the headlines. This makes it easy to overlook the roles played by state...

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March 01, 2018

Global energy markets are experiencing a period of dramatic change. Markets have experienced several years of abrupt price drops and recoveries. New producers and new technologies are exerting price pressure in oil and gas markets. Some are even...

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Report

Tim Boersma, Senior Research Scholar at CGEP, and Corey Johnson, associate professor and department head of geography at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, examine the history of U.S. energy diplomacy, how this foreign policy tool has been altered by the U.S. oil and gas boom, and its limitations. 

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No region remains more important for the global energy scene than the Middle East, and the influence of the Gulf Arab States remains extremely high. In order to understand current trends in energy markets, and their implications for economies...
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Global Energy Dialogue

On March 1, 2018 the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a workshop as part of our Peak Oil Demand initiative. The following text constitutes a summary that aims to capture some of the takeaways from the latest discussion, without attributing them to individual participants.

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February 28, 2018

Location: Princeton Club of NY 15 West 43rd St. New York, NY 10036 The global energy landscape is changing. What are the key factors influencing the shift in the energy mix and the pace at which it is changing? Please join the Center on Global...

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The global energy landscape is changing. What are the key factors influencing the shift in the energy mix and the pace at which it is changing? The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a presentation of the BP Energy Outlook - 2018 Edition with...

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Commentary

Noah Kaufman and Jonathan Elkind explore whether China’s national CO2 emissions trading system (ETS) is likely to drive significant emissions reductions. 

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Report

Fellow James Stock examines a package of legislative RFS reform proposals, outlining their interactions and collective economic consequences in order to better understand how the U.S. might update and improve the RFS.

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