Energy security has long been a central objective of energy policy, yet remains poorly understood and defined. Assessing energy security risks, and how they are evolving, is key for both the public and private sector.
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.
Senior Research Scholar Tim Boersma's book on presents the history of European policy-making regarding energy resources, including recent controversies about shale gas and fracking. Using the United States as a benchmark, he tests the hypothesis that EU energy security is at risk primarily because of a lack of market integration and cooperation between member states.
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.
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...
Host Jason Bordoff sits down with Anne Pramaggiore, the president and CEO of ComEd, an electric utility serving customers in Chicago and northern Illinois. Anne joined ComEd in 1998 and, in addition to her current role, has served as the company'...
Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer, North American Electric Reliability Corporation
What do growing cyber threats mean to the security of U.S. energy infrastructure, how well prepared are private and public entities for such attacks, and what is the role of public policy to prevent them? Bill Loveless speaks with Marcus Sachs, Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer for the North American Electric Reliability Corporation.