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Op-ed

In a new op-ed for The Houston Chronicle, Jully Meriño Carela and Amy Myers Jaffee explain why the energy industry needs more women and ways in which they can retain diverse talent. 

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless talks to David Foster, an author of the newly released U.S. Energy and Employment Report 2019.

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Op-ed

Writing in the Financial Times, Jamie Webster discusses impacts of oil market volatility and its impact on companies and consumers.

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Report

This report develops a framework to consider the interactions between a federal carbon tax and salient energy and emissions policies. The paper provides policymakers information about how they might want to add, subtract, or change existing policies by using the framework to classify existing policies are either complementary or redundant to a federal carbon tax.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Freeing the world of poverty is the predominant goal of the World Bank, one of the largest sources of funding and knowledge for developing countries. And one of the most important factors in achieving that objective is providing reliable and...

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Global Energy Dialogue

Building diverse, inclusive work environments has become a priority for businesses across the globe—bringing benefits that include higher productivity and improved performance, as well as increased creativity and broader perspectives that lead to better decision-making.

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Commentary

If any opponents of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) new sulfur standards for marine fuels were counting on the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) to give them ammunition against the rules, they are in for a disappointment.

Columbia Energy Exchange Podcast

Host Bill Loveless sits down with Andy Ott, President and CEO of PJM Interconnection, the largest power grid in North America.

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Book

Dr. Jim Krane takes readers inside the Gluf monarchies to consider the conundrum facing the Gulf Arab states.

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Commentary

CGEP Scholar Richard Nephew explains why congress is considering now whether to block the Treasury Department’s decision to remove sanctions on three companies designated due to their ownership by Oleg Deripaska, a U.S.-sanctioned Russian oligarch.

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