BP Chief Economist Christof Rühl sat down with Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy ahead of the release of BP’s annual Statistical Review of World Energy in the United States to discuss the rise of U.S. oil production and the subsequent surge in domestic demand last year, European dependence on Russian natural gas, the outlook for oil price stability, and growth in global coal consumption.
The Center’s research agenda emphasizes an economic and geostrategic approach to key energy policy areas. Current research programs encompass a wide variety of specific studies and topics, focused both on U.S. policy and specific regions around the world. Below is a list of research reports and working papers authored by Center staff and Fellows, ordered by most recent publication date.
Forecasting the long-term outlook for global energy markets has always been a formidable task. The Center on Global Energy Policy sat down with Eirik Wærness, Statoil’s chief economist, ahead of the U.S. presentation of Statoil’s long-term macro and market outlook (PDF), to discuss the changes in global energy security requirements, geopolitical risks to markets, U.S. shale oil production, the impact of the developing global LNG market, and the variables which must be taken into account when looking 25 years into the future of the global energy system.
Jason Bordoff, Founding Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy, contributed to a new paper by Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) on how the corporate use of carbon pricing can spur innovation, curtail risk and provide investors with an economic valuation of climate-related risks and opportunities.
Daniel Poneman, the longest serving Deputy Secretary in the history of the U.S. Department of Energy, announced today that he was stepping down from the position. Mr. Poneman was a critical player in some of the biggest decisions to face U.S. energy policy in generations. He sat down to discuss some of those issues with Jason Bordoff, Founding Director of the Center on Global Energy Policy.
To provide background and context for improved understanding of the current situation in Iraq, the Center on Global Energy Policy is pleased to present an Issue Brief on Iraq’s Oil Sector providing facts about Iraq’s potential production, reserves, current production, pipeline network, refineries, and foreign investment. We hope you find it a useful resource.
The Center on Global Energy Policy is pleased to present a new analysis from Adrian Lajous, CGEP Fellow and former CEO of Pemex, on Mexican Energy Reform.
Jason Bordoff, founding director of Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy and former energy advisor to the White House for the Obama administration, provides comments in response to the EPA's proposed guidelines to cut carbon pollution from existing power plants.
Understanding the impact of energy subsidies—and how the impacts might change in the evolving global energy landscape—is necessary if decision makers are to successfully navigate the complex world of energy policy.
Jason Bordoff, the Director of Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy, released the following statement regarding today's announcement by the Obama Administration proposing standards for future U.S. power plants. Bordoff previously served as Special Assistant to President Obama and Senior Director for Energy and Climate Change on the Staff of the National Security Council.