Global Energy AgendaFeb 7, 2024
Energy security is global security
By Geoffrey R. Pyatt
The energy transition has been and will continue to be an important element in ensuring our long-term energy security. But for the energy transition to succeed, it must be just.
Enabling net-zero solutionsDec 5, 2023
Partner perspective: To make a lasting impact on carbon emissions, we must respect the developing world’s needs
By Majid Jafar
The developing world is where the entire climate change battle will be won or lost, writes Majid Jafar, the CEO of Crescent Petroleum.
Enabling net-zero solutionsNov 30, 2023
Accelerating clean energy deployment in emerging markets
By Sebastian Kind
Renewable energy resources are technologically and economically advanced and well poised to accelerate the energy transition. However, to supercharge renewable energy deployment in all markets, improved framework, reforms and instruments are necessary.
Issue BriefOct 24, 2023
Why COP28 is right to prioritize global methane and flaring reduction
By Mark Davis, Landon Derentz, and William Tobin
Flaring and methane emissions from oil and gas are a substantial source of greenhouse gas emissions globally, but the funding, technology, and business practices are available to bring these emissions to near-zero. The COP28 platform can accelerate these solutions.
EnergySourceOct 23, 2023
Atoms for Peace 2.0: The case for a stronger US-Japan nuclear power alliance
By Julia Nesheiwat and Shoichi Itoh
Against the backdrop of Russian and Chinese-induced geopolitical instability, Tokyo and Washington should redouble commitments to the peaceful use of nuclear energy.
EnergySourceOct 16, 2023
Policy Memo: How to deepen transatlantic energy and climate cooperation at the US-EU summit
By George Frampton, Olga Khakova, Joseph Webster, Paddy Ryan, Maia Sparkman, William Tobin
With the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and European Council President Charles Michel visiting Washington on October 20, 2023, all eyes will be on the Rose Garden to see how the US and EU can chart a course on energy security and climate action.
EnergySourceOct 13, 2023
COP28 and the growing Europe-MENA hydrogen connection
By Giampaolo Cantini
A key piece of the COP28 plan to double global hydrogen production by 2030 will be connecting hydrogen-hungry Europe to the potential green hydrogen powerhouse of the MENA region.
EnergySourceOct 10, 2023
The case for investing in Ukraine’s energy future
By Mark Temnycky
Despite uncertainty over when the war will end and corruption in Ukraine, international investors should see Ukraine’s energy reconstruction as an opportunity to create a European energy leader.
EnergySourceOct 4, 2023
What’s next in the two-front war against climate change and energy insecurity?
By Robert F. Ichord, Jr.
Electrification is a powerful weapon in the battles against climate change and the weaponization of energy supply. To improve overall system reliability and resilience, the United States and European Union must decarbonize, meet new consumer and industrial demands, and expand transmission capacity.