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In an excerpt from A Changing Global Gas Order 3.0, authors Akos Losz, Tim Boersma, and Tatiana Mitrova analyze the causes and consequences of late 2018's record-high spot LNG charter rates.

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In an excerpt from A Changing Global Gas Order 3.0, authors Akos Losz, Tim Boersma, and Tatiana Mitrova examine the prospects for LNG demand creation using floating storage and regasification units (FSRUs) in emerging markets.

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In a new article via Democracy, Jason Bordoff gives meaning to the ambition of the Green New Deal in six key elements.

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CGEP Director Jason Bordoff and CGEP Scholar Dr. Noah Kaufman describe the major design decisions associated with a federal carbon tax and their implications on US energy markets, emissions, and the economy.

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CGEP Scholar Dr. Tim Boersma and others examine the resource nexus debate in relation to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and outline a vision for future nexus research and SDG delivery.

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CGEP Fellow Dr. Erica Downs examines the factors that have contributed to the deepening of the China-Russia energy relationship since 2008 and draws implications for the United States.

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CGEP Scholars David Sandalow and Dr. Julio Friedmann explore the potential for direct air capture of carbon dioxide to contribute to climate mitigation and provide feedstock for commercial processes.

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CGEP Scholar Dr. Noah Kaufman compares the major design elements of the proposed Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act to three other prominent proposals of 2018. He also examines the policy’s likely impacts on emissions, energy markets and the economy using analyses of other federal carbon tax scenarios.

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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.

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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. 

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