Ethan Zindler, Head of Americas, Bloomberg New Energy Finance - Sustainable Energy in the United States (4/24/17)
Host Bill Loveless speaks with Ethan Zindler, Head of Americas at Bloomberg New Energy Finance and a specialist in U.S. clean energy policy. Bill and Ethan discussed: the future of the Clean Power Plan; natural gas markets; the longevity of the U.S. coal sector; and the future of nuclear power in the U.S. under President Trump.
Maroš Šefčovič, European Commission Vice-President - Energy & Climate in the European Union (4/17/17)
Host Jason Bordoff speaks with Maroš Šefčovič, the European Commission Vice President in charge of overseeing the the European Energy Union. Jason and Maroš discussed: European energy security; the role of cities in the energy transition; the role of R&D and new technologies to combat climate change; private sector capital in clean energy; and Russia and responses to the rise of U.S. LNG.
Host Bill Loveless talks with John Watson, Chairman of the Board and CEO of the Chevron Corporation, the second largest integrated oil company in the United States. Bill and John spoke in Washington, D.C. about topics including: the outlook for oil and natural gas markets; climate change and the role of energy companies; the breakdown of public discourse on energy issues; and the Trump Administration, free trade, tax reform and energy policy.
Hon. Catherine McKenna, Canadian Minister of Environment and Climate Change - Environment and Climate Policy in Canada (4/3/17)
Host Bill Loveless sits down with Hon. Catherine McKenna, Canada's Minister of Environment and Climate Change, to get an inside look at environmental policy in the nation. Catherine and Bill discuss: Canada's approach to climate change and linkages between the environment and economic policy; different approaches to environmental and climate policy between the U.S. and Canada under President Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; and the realities of a national carbon pricing plan in Canada.
Bobby Tudor, Chairman of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., LLC - The Outlook for the Energy Sector (3/27/17)
Since OPEC’s November 2014 decision to let the oil price fall rather than cut output, the outlook for the energy sector has changed dramatically. Oil prices have rebounded from an historic slump as OPEC has re-emerged and asserted itself to curb global oil production and oil demand has grown faster than expected. At the same time, U.S. shale oil looks set to rise sharply, and U.S. fuel economy standards may be eased, thus boosting demand, even as questions about longer term oil demand remain. All of this poses enormous uncertainties for design of environmental policy, for the global economy, and for geopolitical stability in key producing countries around the world. Host Jason Bordoff sits down with Bobby Tudor, Chairman of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., LLC, to discuss the outlook for the energy sector. Prior to founding Tudor Capital, Bobby spent nearly twenty years at Goldman Sachs & Co. where he was a partner. Bobby holds a BA in English and Legal Studies from Rice University and a JD from Tulane Law School. Among many topics Bobby and Jason discuss, several include: The oil price outlook and the role U.S. shale will play; Digitization of the oil field; Capital availability and financing; The role of emerging markets in global demand; The new policy landscape in D.C. and how deregulation will affect the energy sector.
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