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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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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.

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Writing in Foreign Affairs, CGEP co-authors Kate Gordon and Julio Friedmann explain why climate change is a chronic condition. 

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Last June, dozens of flights were canceled for multiple days at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. The culprit? Extreme heat, grounding planes not able to operate at temperatures above 118 degrees Fahrenheit.

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Richard Nephew writes in The Washington Quarterly about the art of sanctions relief. 

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Coping with the Climate Crisis brings together leading experts from academia and policy circles to explore issues related to the implementation of the COP21 Paris Agreement and the challenges of accelerating the transition toward sustainable development. CGEP Scholar Philippe Benoit contributes a chapter to the book that focuses on reducing energy greenhouse gas emissions to meet our climate goals. 

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In his latest essay in Foreign Policy, Jason Bordoff provides reflections from his visit to Vienna for last week’s OPEC/non-OPEC meeting about the importance of the group’s agreement and what it tells us about the role of oil producers, particularly Saudi Arabia and Russia, in managing oil markets despite the shale revolution.

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Writing in Foreign Policy, Richard Nephew and Ilan Goldenberg explain what to expect next now that Trump has withdrawn the U.S. from the Iran Deal

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