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Article

CGEP Scholars Dr. Tim Boersma and Antoine Halff explore the outlook for marine bunkers, a niche market that accounts, depending on estimates, for up to 7% of the demand barrel.

Research
Commentary

CGEP Scholar Dr. Noah Kauman describes how the Deutch proposal resembles and differs from the other prominent carbon tax proposals of 2018.

 

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

host Bill Loveless interviews Amb. Carlos Pascual about the change in Mexico’s leadership and its implications for the nation’s energy future.

Research
Op-ed

The hottest “commodity” in energy markets right now may not be a fuel, but the specialized tankers that carry liquefied natural gas (LNG) across the oceans.

Event
November 20, 2018

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a Women in Energy lunch and roundtable discussion with Elta Kolo, Research Manager at Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables and Fei Wang, Senior Research Analyst at Wood Mackenzie Power & ...

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Commentary

Press reports indicate that the Trump Administration is considering designating Venezuela as a State Sponsor of Terrorism (SST).  CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew outlines what this means. 

Event
November 19, 2018

Speakers Dr. Reihana Mohideen, Senior Research Fellow, University of Melbourne & Senior Consultant, Asian Development Bank Francesco Tornieri, Principal Social Development Specialist (GAD), South Asia Department, Asian Development Bank Co-...

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Report

In this project, the authors compiled a global geospatial database of dams, the GDAT, to enable rigorous research on the costs and benefits of dam construction.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff discusses how Iran, U.S. allies, and U.S. competitors will react to the U.S. withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal with CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew.

Event
November 14, 2018

The most significant challenge to the post-Cold War international order is the growing power of ambitious states opposed to the West. Iran, Russia, and China each view the global structure through the prism of historical experience. Rejecting the...

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