Research
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.

Event
December 04, 2017

Recent events in Venezuela – from missed debt payments and calls for debt restructuring to the arrest of Citgo officials and the appointment of a general with no experience in the oil business as oil minister and head of state oil company PdVSA...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff speaks with HE Abdullah bin Hamad Al Attiyah, the former deputy prime minister and minister of energy and industry in Qatar about: the rise of Qatar as an important global natural gas player; the future of a globally integrated...

Event
November 20, 2017

Join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a presentation with author Vahan Zanoyan on Storytelling and the Geopolitics of Petroleum, based on his novel on his latest book The Sacred Sands. Mr. Zanoyan uses his decades of experience in the...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless speaks with Spencer Abraham, former U.S. Secretary of Energy under President George W. Bush, about changes in the energy sector over the last 10 years and their implications for the outlook of energy policy under President...

Research
Op-ed

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. 

Event
November 09, 2017

China and the US are the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitters.  In October, President Xi opened China’s 19th Party Congress declaring that China is “taking a driving seat in international cooperation to respond to climate change.”  As...

Research
Op-ed

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.

Event
October 18, 2017

Next week, the President is likely to announce that he will no longer certify the Iran nuclear agreement is in the U.S. national interest. This decision will have consequences for the United States in the Middle East as well as potentially beyond...

Event Recording

President Trump announced he will no longer certify the Iran nuclear agreement is in the U.S. national interest. This decision will have consequences for the United States in the Middle East as well as potentially beyond. CGEP hosted an expert...

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