Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff talks with Dr. Pratima Rangarajan, CEO of OGCI Climate Investments, about lowering the carbon footprints of the energy and industrial sectors.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff sits down with Adnan Amin, the Director General of the International Renewable Energy Agency, to discuss these and other questions.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless visits Greentown Labs in Somerville, MA, and meets with its CEO, Dr. Emily Reichert, to talk about the outlook for clean technology in the U.S. and what programs like hers can do to help entrepreneurs get off the ground.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff talks with Eldar Sætre, President and CEO of Equinor.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless talks to Carter Roberts, the president and CEO of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in the United States.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Jason Bordoff recently sat down with Andy Karsner, a Managing Partner at Emerson Collective.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

From climate policy to geopolitical tensions and sanctions to technological innovation, the energy world is facing enormous change, complexity and uncertainty. To discuss some of today’s most timely issues across the energy landscape, Jason...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

On a special episode of Columbia Energy Exchange, guest host Dan Yergin and Ryan Lance discuss the state of the oil and gas industry. Dan is the Vice Chair of IHS Markit. He is the Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Prize and a member...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

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. 

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

U.S. oil production from shale will reach nearly 7 million barrels a day in May – roughly the same amount as the entire U.S. production of oil five years ago. Nearly half of this shale output will come from the Permian Basin, the stretch of shale...

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