EnergySource Apr 20, 2020
Containing Russian influence in Venezuela
By David L. Goldwyn and Andrea Clabough
The Russian government has been instrumental in preserving the Maduro regime, despite years of intense domestic and international pressure favoring a democratic transition, providing the regime invaluable diplomatic leverage, security personnel, and material, as well as an economic lifeline. The US strategy for a democratic Venezuela must recognize these realities and focus on containing Russian influence in Venezuela, as it cannot end it.
In-Depth Research & Reports Aug 17, 2020
What’s at stake for energy in the 2020 election: An update
By David Goldwyn and Andrea Clabough
In the seven months since the publication of the Atlantic Council’s issue brief, “Election 2020: What’s At Stake For Energy,” the social and political landscape of the United States can hardly have changed more dramatically. This issue brief updates the Atlantic Council’s prior analysis and considers the new context surrounding a Trump re-election scenario and a Biden election, and the consequences for the energy sector.
Report Mar 6, 2020
A new energy strategy for the Western Hemisphere
By David L. Goldwyn
The Western Hemisphere is full of potential and we have the opportunity to galvanize it into an energy powerhouse. This new US energy strategy for the Western Hemisphere will help raise the global competitiveness of the hemisphere, advance its shared prosperity, and improve national and energy security as a result.
EnergySourceDec 5, 2023
The Oil and Gas Decarbonization Charter is a start, but more work remains
By David L. Goldwyn, Andrea Clabough
Although the Oil and Gas Decarbonization Charter is laudable, the pace of change for this industry (as represented in this charter) is not fast enough, deep enough, or broad enough to materially address the yawning gap between the Paris commitments and the present Dubai reality.
EnergySourceNov 21, 2023
Beyond promises: Pathways to deliver on methane commitments
By David L. Goldwyn, Andrea Clabough
The Global Methane Pledge has committed over one hundred adherents to collectively reduce their methane emissions by 30 percent by 2030. The challenge however, seems as intractable as ever.
Andrea Clabough is an associate at Goldwyn Global Strategies, LLC. She writes, researches, and presents on a range of energy and climate policy issues, including geopolitics; the oil and gas markets; renewable and zero-carbon energy technologies with a focus on offshore wind, the politics of the energy transition, and climate change; and US domestic energy policy. Her recent publications include the book chapter “Confronting the Resource Curse: Advice for Investors and Partners” in The Role of Foreign Direct Investment In Resource Rich Regions (The Baker Institute at Rice University, February 2020) (co-authored with David L. Goldwyn), “Election 2020: What’s at stake for energy?” (The Atlantic Council, January 2020 and updated August 2020) (co-authored with David Goldwyn) and “Containing Russian influence in Venezuela” (The Atlantic Council, April 2020) (co-authored with David Goldwyn). Andrea previously worked as a research assistant for Washington Policy and Analysis, Inc., a consulting firm focusing on international dimensions of energy security. Andrea holds a Master’s degree in international security at the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, where she was a founding board member and associate editor for the Georgetown Security Studies Review. Andrea is from Knoxville, Tennessee, and earned her Bachelor’s degree at Vanderbilt University in political science and history.