Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

In this edition of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Bill Loveless pays a visit to Adele Morris, a senior fellow and policy director for climate and energy economics at Brookings Institution.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

In this episode of Columbia Energy Exchange, host Jason Bordoff is joined by the award-winning investigative reporter for energy at The Wall Street Journal, Russell Gold.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Dan Ponneman, the author of a new book called “Double Jeopardy: Combating Nuclear Terror and Climate Change.”

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

When it comes to reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., the private sector is playing a bigger role than ever before, and that goes for some energy providers, too. Among them is Xcel Energy, the first major U.S. utility to pledge to go...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

For the past 68 years, BP has published its Annual Statistical Review of World Energy, an impressive collection of global energy data that offers a retrospective view of what has happened in the world of energy production, consumption, trade, and...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Karen Harbert, President & CEO of the American Gas Association. They discuss the future of U.S. natural gas in a changing climate. 

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff is joined by Professor Michael Gerrard, Director of the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Wintershall DEA became the largest independent oil and gas group in Europe following a merger last month. It bridged the international exploration and production of oil and gas company, DEA, with the energy unit of the German chemical group BASF...

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless is joined by Arun Majumdar, co-director of the Precourt Institute for Energy at Stanford University.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

When it comes to the Green New Deal, Washington is still trying to sort out what the movement means and what steps can be taken to address the dangers posed by climate change. And a similar case is happening in some states, like New York, where...

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