Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

President Trump has taken new steps to fulfill his campaign promise to either end the Iran nuclear agreement or get a better deal. After much speculation over whether he would extend the deal at all, the President issued an ultimatum to Congress...

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Op-ed

Florida’s exemption reveals limits of Trump’s offshore drilling plan, writes Director Jason Bordoff on TheHill.com.

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Commentary

Senior Research Scholar Richard Nephew outlines four potential paths forward for the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and their implications for energy markets.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

The U.S. shale revolution is one of the most disruptive developments in oil and gas markets since the formation of OPEC in the 1960s. However, the process to recover oil and gas reserves from shale formations, hydraulic fracturing--better known...

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Article

Senior Research Scholar Tim Boersma and co-author Philip Andrews-Speed write on unconventional oil and gas production meeting the resource nexus.

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The year 2018 promises to be an important one for electric power markets in the United States, including for energy policies that govern the way electricity is generated, delivered and used. Among the important developments will be the Federal...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Bill Loveless talks with Richard Nephew, a Senior Research Scholar at CGEP and the lead sanctions expert for the U.S. team negotiating the Iran nuclear deal, on a new episode of Columbia Energy Exchange. Richard is the author of a new book from...

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Op-ed

To deal with North Korea, Trump needs a crash course in the art of sanctions, writes Senior Research Scholar Richard Nephew on CNBC.com.

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Host Jason Bordoff sits down with Chairman Fu Chengyu to discuss the future of energy in China and its impact on the world. Chairman Fu is the former Chairman of China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) and China National Offshore Oil...

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Global Energy Dialogue

On October 11–12, 2017, CGEP, in collaboration with Statoil’s Global Strategy and Business Development unit, hosted a workshop in Paris to explore the intersection of energy and geopolitics in oil and gas markets, in climate policy, and across a range of cross-cutting topics, such as national security and cybersecurity. This summary highlights the main points of discussion during the two-day workshop, which was conducted under the Chatham House Rule on a nonattribution basis.

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