As the energy landscape continues to transform – from the rapid growth rates of low-carbon fuels to questions about the future of oil demand to a more integrated global gas market – it is important to understand the trends and developments...
LOCATION: Princeton Club of NY 15 West 43rd St. New York, NY 10036 Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a presentation and discussion of the IEA's report "Oil 2018 – Analysis and Forecasts to 2023" with Neil Atkinson, IEA’s Head of the...
CGEP non-resident Fellow Robin Mills writes that Iran has missed many chances to use its energy resources strategically and now that the US has withdrawn from the JCPOA its economic survival depends on maintaining some unlikely diplomatic and commercial alliances.
On a new episode of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff sits down with Dr. Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), to discuss key issues influencing the global energy sector.
Writing in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff argues that President Trump wanted to be energy independent, but he’s forcing his country to get more deeply involved in the global oil market with his decision to withdraw from the Iran deal.
CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew writes about what Congress, U.S. partners, and Iran will do now in the wake of today’s announcement that President Trump will no longer authorize the renewal of U.S. sanctions waivers connected with the Iran nuclear agreement
In a new commentary, non-resident Fellow Robin Mills examines the potential implications of Bahrain's recent discovery of 80 billion barrels of shale oil. The find marks the arrival of shale oil in the Middle East, and commercial offshore shale oil production would be a first for the worldwide industry.
On March 1–2, 2018, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted its third annual workshop focusing on the Gulf Arab states. The following summary highlights the main points that arose during the course of the workshop.