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Antoine Halff writes that while OPEC’s achievements of the last two years have been truly remarkable, past performance is no guarantee of future success. From concerns about peak oil demand and uncertainties about shale oil production growth to the unpredictability of Washington, the road ahead is a minefield.

In his latest essay in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff provides reflections from his visit to Vienna for last week’s OPEC/non-OPEC meeting about the importance of the group’s agreement and what it tells us about the role of oil producers, particularly Saudi Arabia and Russia, in managing oil markets despite the shale revolution.

CGEP Scholars Tim Boersma and Jonathan Elkind discuss the state of play for European gas security. They argue that, notwithstanding the recent Stockholm arbitration decision between Ukraine’s state oil and gas company, NAK Naftogaz, and Russia’s Gazprom, the next 18 months hold the potential for new hurdles.

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Spencer Dale, Group Chief Economist, BP

For the past 67 years, BP has published its Annual Statistical Review of World Energy, a consolidated...

Richard Rhodes

On this episode of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff sits down with Richard Rhodes, a Pulitzer Prize- and National Book Award-winning author, and author of newly released book, Energy: A Human History, to discuss what history can tell us about our current energy transition. 

Ryan Popple
CEO, Proterra

The outlook for global oil demand has changed dramatically over the last decade. New technologies and policy have energy experts forecasting that demand for oil will peak. Many tie this outlook to the advent of electric vehicles, but given that...