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Report

Trevor Houser, Jason Bordoff and Peter Marsters offer an empirical diagnosis of the causes of the U.S. coal industry collapse over the last six years, assess the global coal market outlook, and examine the prospects for a recovery in coal production by modeling the impact of President Trump’s executive order to review or rescind Obama-era environment regulations.

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Global Energy Dialogue

Together with NITI Aayog and the Confederation of Indian Industry, CGEP organized a day-long workshop in Delhi in late 2016 to discuss the future of natural gas in India. Authors Tim Boersma, Akos Losz, and Astha Ummat drafted the resulting brief which summarizes key takeaways, observations, and questions for future research.

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April 13, 2017

The Center on Global Energy Policy is delighted to invite you to the 2017 Columbia Global Energy Summit. Structured as a half-day forum, the Summit will include keynote remarks, interviews and plenary conversations with senior energy sector...

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Report

In a three-part series from the Center on Global Energy Policy, three sets of authors examine the future of nuclear energy in the United States and throughout the world.

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March 29, 2017

Perhaps no source of energy sparks as much debate as nuclear power. Heralded in the 1950s and 1960s as the way of the future—only to face growing concern in the 1970s and 1980s around ties to nuclear weapons proliferation, safety, and waste—...

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Commentary

Dr. Tim Boersma and Dr. Tatiana Mitrova examine the causes and consequences of transformational changes in global gas markets.

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Commentary

Director Jason Bordoff explores what the U.S. Border Tax Adjustment would mean for energy.

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Op-ed

Director Jason Bordoff writes in the Petroleum Economist about what a US border tax would mean for oil prices and geopolitics.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Jason Bordoff speaks with India's Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan.

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January 18, 2017

The outlook for coal is the topic of much debate—and the answer is critically linked to issues of climate change, air pollution, economic growth and energy access. Although coal has been called a dying fuel, it remains the most popular fuel for...

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