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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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A memorandum of a CGEP Global Energy Dialogue in London on February 20, 2017 sheds light on the complex issues facing the marine transport sector as it comes up against the 2020 IMO sulfur regulations.

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Global Energy Dialogue

A Global Energy Dialogue memorandum summarizes a high-level workshop on June 5, 2017 exploring the economic, social, market, and geopolitical factors influencing Russia’s present and future in regard to oil and gas.

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Global Energy Dialogue

In an effort to better understand the situation in Venezuela and implications on its energy sector and economy, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a Global Energy Dialogue in June 2017, under the Chatham House Rule. CGEP scholar Antoine Halff, CGEP fellows Francisco Monaldi and Luisa Palacios, and Miguel Angel Santos, a fellow at Harvard University's Center for International Development, capture some of the discussion's main takeaways in this memorandum.

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Global Energy Dialogue

Together with NITI Aayog and the Confederation of Indian Industry, CGEP organized a day-long workshop in Delhi in late 2016 to discuss the future of natural gas in India. Authors Tim Boersma, Akos Losz, and Astha Ummat drafted the resulting brief which summarizes key takeaways, observations, and questions for future research.

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Global Energy Dialogue

CGEP convened a roundtable of energy and regional experts from academia, industry, finance and government to discuss the changes underway in oil markets and their implications for the countries that make up the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), as well as the other forces at work in their decision-making. 

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Global Energy Dialogue

To discuss the possibility of higher volatility and the implications for producers and consumers, CGEP convened a high-level workshop in December 2016 under the Chatham House Rule. This note summarizes key elements of that discussion.

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Global Energy Dialogue

On February 4, 2016, the Center on Global Energy Policy and Americans for a Clean Energy Grid convened a conference on the role of New York’s high-voltage transmission grid in meeting the State’s clean energy goals.

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Global Energy Dialogue

On Monday, September 21, 2015, Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy and the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law co-hosted a discussion on Meeting China’s Climate Goals. This event summary highlights key points from the discussion.

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Global Energy Dialogue

In October 2014, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted the second off-the-record roundtable on the resilience of the liquid fuel supply chain in the New York Tri-state area at Columbia University. The meeting brought together top federal, New York State, New Jersey and New York City energy and resilience officials with high-level representatives from the energy industry to discuss how to fortify the Tri-state region's liquid fuel supply chain in light of increasing risks posed by climate change, including Hurricane Sandy, and identify and recommend next steps to enhance regional coordination on this issue.

A summary of the roundtable is below, which highlights the key points made by participants without attribution to any specific participant in accordance with the Chatham House Rule. We hope you find it a valuable resource.

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