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Article

Writing in Foreign Affairs, CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew and SIPA Professor and former U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew argue that Washington, D.C. is abusing its financial might and discuss the consequences that might have. 

Event
October 19, 2018

Growing supplies of liquefied natural gas from the United States and other countries has dramatic implications for global gas markets, especially around pricing and flexibility of delivery. The changes underway will have important implications...

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Op-ed

Writing in the Wall Street Journal, Jason Bordoff argues that, given the urgency of the threat, grid cybersecurity must be treated as the critical national security issue that it is, and must not be politicized in the polarizing climate debate.

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Commentary

CGEP Director Jason Bordoff submitted formal comments on NHTSA’s assessment of the need to conserve energy in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for the Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule for Model Years 2021-2026 Passenger Cars and Light Trucks

Event
October 17, 2018

Petrochemicals have created a wide range of modern products which have made themselves indispensable to society. The manufacture of those products absorbs an increasing proportion of the world’s oil and gas and the sector accounts for 11% of...

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Commentary

In a new commentary, CGEP Scholar Katherine Spector outlines the role that gas storage plays in the North American winter, demonstrates how unusual the storage fundamentals look going into this coming season and why they support higher prices, and explains what might be unanticipated price spikes given the data.

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.

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Commentary

Jason Bordoff and Sam Walsh discuss if oil markets should be on the lookout for an October surprise from Washington aimed at easing consumers’ pain at the pumps.

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Article

Despite a robust demand outlook, investment in new LNG supply capacity has come to a standstill in the last couple of years. How this impasse will get resolved – and what role the United States will play in the next wave of LNG supply – is a key question for the future global energy system.

Event
October 12, 2018

Please join the Center on Global Energy Policy for a presentation and discussion on Equinor's Energy Perspectives 2018 Edition with Eirik Wærness, Senior Vice President and Chief Economist at Equinor. The Energy Perspectives report addresses some...

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