EnergySource Mar 10, 2023
Clean industrial policies: A space for EU-US collaboration
By Théophile Pouget-Abadie, Francis Shin, Jonah Allen
EU-US tensions over clean industrial policy could derail the energy transition. Collaboration on equal footing would bolster collective security and drive emissions reductions to new levels.
EnergySource Mar 8, 2023
Chinese refining markets 101—and their implications for price caps on Russian oil
By Joseph Webster
Price caps on Russian crude and oil products have placed Chinese refineries in the spotlight. Their historical tendencies and political connections could shed light on what to expect from them as the oil market reorients itself.
EnergySource Feb 2, 2023
Realizing North Africa’s green hydrogen potential
By Daniel Helmeci
North Africa could be a global hub for green hydrogen production. Europe would be able to advance its own net-zero future while supporting North African development by promoting investment and collaboration in the sector.