CGEP Senior Research Scholar Jonathan Elkind highlights the key takeaways from the Center on Global Energy Policy's fourth annual workshop on energy, the economy, and geopolitics in the Gulf Arab states.
CGEP scholar Marianne Kah shares key insights from a workshop that explored prospects for global truck electrification, automation & the development of new urban delivery models - and their potential energy impacts.
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On February 19, 2018, the Center on Global Energy Policy, in collaboration with Axelrod Energy Projects, held the third of what has become a series of annual workshops on the changing marine-fuel environment. The following text constitutes a summary that aims to capture some of the takeaways from the latest discussion, without attributing them to individual participants.
On March 1–2, 2018, the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted its third annual workshop focusing on the Gulf Arab states. The following summary highlights the main points that arose during the course of the workshop.
On March 1, 2018 the Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a workshop as part of our Peak Oil Demand initiative. The following text constitutes a summary that aims to capture some of the takeaways from the latest discussion, without attributing them to individual participants.
On December 4, 2017, CGEP hosted a second expert roundtable to explore the crisis in Venezuela. 45 experts from the oil and financial industries, academia, think tanks, consultancies, and multilateral organizations participated.
In collaboration with the King Abdullah Petroleum Studies and Research Center (KAPSARC) and the Fondazione Eni Enrico Mattei (FEEM), the Center on Global Energy Policy organized a workshop to discuss the potential demand for natural gas in the Eastern African region based on the development of resources in Mozambique and Tanzania and, potentially, Kenya.
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an enormous infrastructure initiative first announced by Chinese President Xi Jinping in 2013. The Chinese government has emphasized “green development” as an important feature of the BRI. To improve understanding of these topics, CGEP and the Center for International Energy and Environment Strategy Studies at Renmin University convened a conference on the Columbia University campus in New York City.