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Led by the Energy Security and Climate Change Program, CSIS explores policies and regulations, commercial frameworks, and technological solutions that determine our energy future while balancing economic, environmental, and security priorities. In collaboration with leaders in industry, government, academia, and nonprofits, the Energy Security and Climate Change Program leads projects, events, and publications to help decision makers understand these challenging dynamics. Find the latest res ...
 
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The CSIS Stephenson Ocean Security Project and Energy Security and Climate Change Program are pleased to welcome Senator Tom Udall who will share his views on U.S. efforts to address plastic waste. The conversation will center on the contribution of plastics to ocean pollution and climate change. Plastic production is forecasted to triple by 2050, …
 
The CSIS Energy Security and Climate Change Program, with input and support from the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Technology Transitions and Chief Commercialization Officer, is pleased to launch the Energy Innovation Series. Energy Innovation is a six-part discussion series focusing on specific categories of energy technology and aims to fos…
 
John Larsen (RHG) joins Sarah Ladislaw (CSIS) to talk about the Rhodium Group’s analysis of clean energy tax credit extensions in the United States. Not only could tax credits drive down GHG emissions, they are an opportunity to advance clean energy by offering incentives to supply more lower carbon energy options or by providing certainty to emerg…
 
Australia is being ravaged by the worst bushfires seen in decades. Beginning in 2019, the fires have burnt through 25.5 million acres, the size of Denmark and Belgium combined. At least 27 people are dead, including three volunteer firefighters, and more are missing. Thousands of homes have been destroyed or damaged. Australia’s capital cities are …
 
Andrew Schwartz and Sarah Ladislaw talk about how and why climate change has risen as a top priority for global leaders, what this means for the energy sector, and what it means for decision makers across government, civil society and the private sector.על ידי CSIS
 
To stabilize the climate and prevent the most catastrophic effects of climate change, we must reduce global greenhouse gas emissions to net-zero by or soon after 2050. This will require a range of strategies and mechanisms including technological innovation, public policy, and private investment. We are pleased to launch the Climate Solutions Serie…
 
Russian natural gas exports are once again high on the agenda. Russia is completing two new pipelines to Europe, just inaugurated a new gas pipeline to China, and is boosting its presence in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market. All this is happening as the outlook for gas in Europe is being upended by new supplies and routes, by new rules and re…
 
The Stephenson Ocean Security Project invites you to the second annual CSIS Ocean Security Forum on January 7, 2020. The annual forum highlights how marine resources disputes, exacerbated by climate change and ecosystem collapse, drive instability in key regions of the globe. This year’s event will feature keynotes from U.S. Coast Guard leadership …
 
This week, Energy 360 looks at the role of China on the global climate stage. Deborah Lehr (Vice Chairman and Executive Director, Paulson Institute) and Han Chen (Manager for Energy Policy, International Program, NRDC), with Lachlan Carey (Associate Fellow, CSIS Energy & National Security Program), explain the actions China must take to meet its cl…
 
More than two million electric vehicles (EVs) were sold globally in 2018, a trend expected to grow over the coming decades. The smart deployment of EVs and EV infrastructure will be an important part of broader mobility planning and offers opportunities to connect markets and supply chains. The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to …
 
In this week’s episode, Sarah Ladislaw (CSIS Energy Program) talks with Manish Bapna (World Resources Institute [WRI]) about global climate adaptation efforts. WRI is part of a new effort that recently launched the year of action to accelerate climate adaptation. Manish talks about the commission’s work and how greater adaptation can benefit not on…
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to welcome Sverre Alvik to discuss DNV GL's Energy Transition Outlook 2019. DNV GL recently issued the third edition of its Energy Transition Outlook, which provides a “best estimate forecast” indicating a rapid transition in global and regional energy systems towards a 2.5° future. Sverre Alvi…
 
Tatiana Mitrova (Director of the SKOLKOVO Energy Center in Moscow) joins Nikos Tsafos (CSIS Energy Program) to discuss the outlook for the Russian energy sector. They talk about the outlook for oil and gas, the impact of oil prices and of sanctions on the Russian energy economy, and touch on Russia’s perception of climate change.…
 
The next several decades will see pivotal changes in how consumers use energy and how utilities supply electricity. The development of new technologies that could meet demand across major end use sectors—transportation, residential, commercial, and industry—will also have economic and climate change considerations for policy makers and industry. Th…
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to welcome The Hon. John Cornyn (R-TX) to share his views on domestic energy production in the context of U.S. energy policy and the dynamic geopolitical landscape. The conversation will focus on the impact of the recent attacks on Saudi oil facilities and of domestic shale production policies …
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to welcome The Hon. Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and The Hon. Joe Manchin (D-WV) for a conversation on energy policy priorities in the United States. This discussion will center on the opportunities and challenges of harnessing U.S. energy resources to foster economic opportunities and innovation for …
 
Francisco Monaldi (Baker Institute) chats with Andrew Stanley (CSIS) about Venezuela's collapsing oil industry. Join them as they discuss the current status of U.S. sanctions, geopolitical implications of Russia's involvement in the country's oil industry, and what might come next for the embattled Maduro regime. For more on the crisis in Venezuela…
 
This week, we return to India's ambitious agenda for improving electrification and energy access across its 29 states. Kartikeya Singh (CSIS) is joined by Indra Keshari (Resident Commissioner and former Power Secretary, Government of Madhya Pradesh), and Huda Jaffer (Lead Designer, SELCO Foundation). They discuss how state governments and civil soc…
 
The scientific consensus is that to avoid catastrophic effects of climate change, global temperature rise must be held below 2 degrees Celsius, and ideally below 1.5 degrees. Achieving this will include a fundamental transformation of the world energy system. Given their important role within this system, some oil and gas companies are now strategi…
 
Kartikeya Singh (CSIS) chats with Vikram Kapur (Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Tamil Nadu) about the dramatic changes facing the state’s electric power sector, ranging from rapid growth in renewables to plans for electric vehicle infrastructure. Click here for more on the CSIS U.S.-India State and Urban Initiative.…
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to host Linda Capuano, Administrator of the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), for a presentation and discussion of the EIA's International Energy Outlook 2019 (IEO2019), which will be released at 9:00 a.m. on September 24, 2019. The IEO2019 presents long-term projections of world en…
 
Countries around the world face the same challenge: provide enough energy to fuel economic growth with optimal social and environmental outcomes. This means energy must be affordable, secure, and clean. But each country is in a different stage of development. For nearly half a decade, the global community has organized around two goals for the ener…
 
CSIS Energy Program experts Andrew Stanley and Frank Verrastro are joined by Jon Alterman of the CSIS Middle East Program to discuss developments following the September 14 attacks on Abqaiq and Khurais in Saudi Arabia: what these events might mean for Saudi oil production and the global oil market, and where this leaves U.S. policy toward Iran and…
 
Stretching across West Texas and southeast New Mexico, the Permian Basin is now the largest oil-producing field in the world. With daily production of more than 4 million barrels of oil and 14 billion cubic feet of natural gas, it is a major factor in the U.S. transition to become a net oil and gas exporter and in the transformation of the state of…
 
Sam Brannen (CSIS) chats with Sarah Ladislaw and Nikos Tsafos about the role of forecasts and outlooks in the energy sector, examining why the energy policymakers and business leaders use forecasts in strategic planning. They also discuss forecasts vs. outlooks, the goal of creating an outlook, and how forecasters look at outlooks.…
 
Brazil has vast oil reserves, but can the Bolsonaro government get the energy to market? Returning guest Lisa Viscidi of the Inter-American Dialogue says reforms are already in place that will enable oil production “to take off.” The real obstacles are the financial stability of Petrobras, the shaky state oil conglomerate, and the monopoly that the…
 
Click here for Under Secretary Mandelker’s complete remarks. The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to invite you to Are Sanctions Working?, a conference examining the state of U.S. sanctions―what is different, what is and is not working, and implications for U.S. foreign policy, the global economy, and the energy sector. The United…
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to invite you to a conference on energy investment and infrastructure in Asia. This conference will feature discussions on shared interests from U.S. and regional leaders in Asia's energy future and energy dynamics across the region, including how the energy trade map is changing. The conferenc…
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to invite you to Progress toward Global Energy Transitions, featuring Dave Turk (IEA). The presentation and discussion will pull from a range of new IEA technology analysis, including the 2019 version of Tracking Clean Energy Progress which finds that only 7 out of 45 technologies are on track …
 
This week Ranjit Bharvirkar, director of the India Program at the Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP), and Kartikeya Singh (CSIS Energy Program and the CSIS Wadhwani Chair in U.S.-India Policy Studies) discuss the prospects for energy reforms during Modi’s second term and ongoing power sector developments within Indian states.…
 
Koichiro Tanaka, Professor at Keio University, President of JIME Center at the Institute of Energy Economics Japan, and Board Member of IEEJ, joined Jane Nakano, CSIS Energy & National Security Program, to discuss Japanese energy security, including Japan-Iran economic engagement, and the role of the Middle East for Japan’s energy security policies…
 
Albertan elections this spring brought in a new provincial government promising to revitalize the province’s oil and gas sector. This week on Energy 360°, Laura Dawson (Wilson Center) and Chris Sands (SAIS) join Andrew Stanley (CSIS Energy Program) to unpack the implications of this election. Together, they explain the dynamics behind Alberta’s ele…
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to host the U.S. launch of BloombergNEF's New Energy Outlook 2019. The New Energy Outlook 2019 will be presented by Seb Henbest, New Energy Outlook Lead Author and Head of Europe, Middle East & Africa at BloombergNEF. New Energy Outlook is BloombergNEF's annual economic forecast for the world's…
 
The CSIS Energy and National Security Program is pleased to host Eirik Wærness (Equinor) to present Equinor's Energy Perspectives 2019. The discussion will be moderated by Nikos Tsafos (CSIS). Energy Perspectives provides a broad perspective on macroeconomics and global energy markets to 2050, analyzing relevant trends, climate policy impacts, ener…
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to launch two reports as part of its Energy in America series: The Changing Role of Energy in the U.S. Economy; and Energy as a Source of Economic and Social Mobility Featuring a discussion with contributing experts Joseph Aldy (Harvard University), Mary Alice McCarthy (New America), and David …
 
The CSIS Southeast Asia Program is pleased to present "The Free and Open Indo-Pacific Strategy in Southeast Asia: A Status Report on the Economic Pillars" featuring keynote remarks by Sandra Oudkirk (Senior Official to APEC, U.S. Department of State), and a discussion with Dr. Phyllis Yoshida (Senior Fellow for Energy and Technology, Sasakawa Peace…
 
Nikos Tsafos (CSIS) chats with Mark Thurber (Associate Director, Program on Energy and Sustainable Development (PESD) Stanford) about his new book, Coal. Mark and Nikos delve into the geopolitics and economics of continued coal use in energy versus the needs and concerns at the local, national, and global levels. Click here for more on his new book…
 
This episode evaluates China’s progress in the global endeavor to combat climate change by reducing carbon emissions and investing in green technology. Our guest, Ms. Barbara Finamore, explains Beijing’s current climate change policies and their role in China’s national priorities like the Belt and Road Initiative. She also looks ahead to how China…
 
Join Gina McCarthy (Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment) and Sarah Ladislaw (CSIS Energy Program) as they discuss the need for breakthrough innovations to create more efficient residential air cooling systems. The two also discuss the importance of emphasizing the public health benefi…
 
Opening Remarks Sarah Ladislaw, Alex Dehgan, and Iain Campbell Keynote Gina McCarthy, former Administrator, U.S Environmental Protection Agency; and Director, Center for Climate, Health, & Global Environment, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Panel One: The Problem and Potential of Technological Solutions David Nemtzow, Bill Sisson, Paul Bu…
 
Trevor Houser (Partner, Rhodium Group) talks with Sarah Ladislaw (CSIS) about modeling the physical risks and impacts of climate change at the Climate Impact Lab. The Climate Impact Lab’s models are providing companies with better tools to see these potential impacts and risks in their portfolios, allowing them to begin taking precautionary steps t…
 
Please join us on April 18 for a lively discussion of U.S.-Australia economic partnership. Participants will receive the CSIS Simon Chair in Political Economy’s latest brief, “Delivering Prosperity in the Indo-Pacific,” a wide-ranging look at opportunities for U.S.-Australia coordination in the Indo-Pacific across five sectors (infrastructure, inve…
 
Frank Verrastro (CSIS Energy Program) and Haim Malka (Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, CSIS Middle East Program) discuss the current political developments in Algeria. Their discussion includes the challenges of creating a legitimate transitionary process, ongoing protests, and uncertainty for energy production and oil markets.…
 
Luiza Demôro, associate and project lead author with BloombergNEF, and Chris Head, private sector specialist with Climate Investment Funds, join Nikos Tsafos, senior fellow with the CSIS Energy and National Security Program, to discuss the potential for concessional financing to accelerate the clean energy transition in emerging markets. For more, …
 
Isabel Mogstad (Manager, EDF+Business Energy at Environmental Defense Fund), Geoff Walker (Co-founder and Managing Director at Water Street Partners), and Nikos Tsafos (Senior Fellow with the CSIS Energy & National Security Program) discuss how oil and gas companies are moving to reduce methane emissions from their operations worldwide. Listen in a…
 
This episode explores China’s new-energy vehicle (NEV) market and draws from the November 2018 CSIS report entitled China’s Risky Drive into New-Energy Vehicles. We are joined by the author of the report, Dr. Scott Kennedy, who examines the strategic and economic motivations behind Beijing’s prioritization of NEVs. Dr. Kennedy discusses the positiv…
 
This week, Spencer Dale (Group Chief Economist, BP) and Sarah Ladislaw (SVP and Director, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS) discuss BP’s 2019 Energy Outlook, specifically diving into one of the Outlook scenarios which focused on less globalization and its potential implications for energy systems out to 2040.…
 
The CSIS Energy & National Security Program is pleased to host Dr. Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), present highlights of the IEA's World Energy Outlook 2018. The WEO is the IEA's annual report on the state of the energy sector from a global perspective, providing comprehensive analysis of the interplay betw…
 
CSIS is pleased to host a presentation of the 2019 BP Energy Outlook with Spencer Dale, group chief economist of BP. The global energy system faces a challenge to provide significantly more energy while simultaneously reducing emissions. What forces are shaping the energy transition through 2040? The Outlook explores the forces shaping this transit…
 
In 2015, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi announced that India will generate 175 gigawatts of renewable energy by 2022. India's ability to achieve this ambitious goal, however, will depend on the progress of India's states in meeting specific renewable energy capacity targets. The Wadhwani Chair in U.S.-India Studies and the Energy and Nationa…
 
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