Energy Markets & Governance events



Aug 10, 2022

Does the Inflation Reduction Act take the right approach to shoring up clean energy supply chains?

By William Tobin, Daniel Helmeci, and Selin Kumbaraci

The IRA houses two distinct approaches to building up domestic and friendly clean energy supply chains. The approach based on incentives is likely to be more effective than the one based on penalties.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


Aug 8, 2022

The Inflation Reduction Act places a big bet on alternative mineral supply chains

By Reed Blakemore, Paddy Ryan

The Inflation Reduction Act's consumer electric vehicle tax credit will create strong demand for alternative minerals, sourced and processed outside of existing supply chains. The ability for these alternative supplies to meaningfully diversify mineral value chains hinges on further investment and policymaking effort.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


Jul 30, 2022

Ukraine defies Russian invasion and advances European energy integration

By Aura Sabadus

Ukraine has more than doubled the volume of cheap electricity it can export to EU markets as the country continues to advance its European energy integration despite Russia’s ongoing invasion.

Conflict Economy & Business

New Atlanticist

Jul 19, 2022

Why Biden’s Mideast trip was much ado about very little

By Kirsten Fontenrose

Saudi Arabia’s definition of US commitment, as well as the Gulf’s more broadly, does not align with the amount of skin the United States is willing to put in the game.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


Jul 15, 2022

EU candidate status is an historic opportunity to transform Ukraine

By Kira Rudik

The decision to grant Ukraine official EU candidate status does not guarantee the country's future membership but the process of further integration can dramatically boost Ukraine's domestic reform momentum, writes Kira Rudik.

Civil Society Conflict

Insights & Impact

Jul 13, 2022

Zais in Real Clear Energy: American energy interests in Iraq are under direct attack by Iran

By Atlantic Council

Energy Markets & Governance Iran

In the News

Jul 13, 2022

Ammar Habib Khan quoted in Dawn: The Russian price Pakistan is paying

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Energy Markets & Governance


Jul 11, 2022

Climate and energy at the US-Mexico bilateral summit

By David L. Goldwyn, Neil Robert Brown, Andrea Clabough

Energy and climate issues will feature heavily when Mexico's president visits the White House this week. President Biden faces the tough task of fostering greater cooperation while asserting US demands for treaty compliance and a free and fair energy market.

Americas Energy & Environment


Jul 8, 2022

Putin’s energy weapon: Europe must be ready for Russian gas blackmail

By Aura Sabadus

Disarming Putin's energy weapon: Europe can disconnect from Russia’s gas supplies sooner than some would suggest providing it mobilizes the right human and financial resources to work in that direction.

Conflict Economic Sanctions

In the News

Jul 7, 2022

Preble on Net Assessment: An energy strategy to defeat Russia?

By Atlantic Council

On July 7, Christopher Preble joined his co-hosts on the Net Assessment podcast to consider the economic measures taken by the United States and Europe to punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine, especially those pertaining to oil and natural gas. Preble and his co-hosted inquired: to what extent are these policies responsible for rising […]

Economy & Business Energy & Environment