In the News

Mar 22, 2023

Brown quoted in the Wall Street Journal on European gas

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Event Recap

Mar 14, 2023

The energy and climate challenge: How Europe can achieve decarbonization

By Transform Europe Initiative

The Atlantic Council proudly co-hosted with the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) “A Grand Bargain for Europe’s energy and climate challenge,” a workshop on the European Union’s energy and climate policy from a geopolitical perspective.

Energy Markets & Governance European Union


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.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


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.

China Energy & Environment

New Atlanticist

Feb 10, 2023

TotalEnergies’ CEO: Europe should pass its own green subsidies to compete with the US

By Katherine Walla

Patrick Pouyanné said at an Atlantic Council event that the US took advantage of an “opportunity” in the energy transition by passing the IRA, so “let’s do the same in Europe.”

Africa Brazil

Britain Debrief

Feb 3, 2023

#BritainDebrief – How does the Western price cap on oil work? | A Debrief from Eddie Fishman

By Ben Judah

Ben Judah spoke with Eddie Fishman, Senior Policy Scholar at the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, to discuss the price cap.

Conflict Eastern Europe


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.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Global Energy Forum

Jan 15, 2023

‘Global collaboration is needed’ on critical minerals to support the energy transition, says Indonesian energy minister

By Atlantic Council

Energy minister Arifin Tasrif told fellow policy leaders at the Global Energy Forum that Indonesia is ready to cooperate with partner countries to develop the infrastructure needed to ramp up critical-mineral production.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Global Energy Forum

Jan 15, 2023

Amos Hochstein on how critical minerals impact net-zero progress—and US national security

By Atlantic Council

The special presidential coordinator for global infrastructure and energy security warned that twentieth-century energy geopolitics are being copied over into the twenty-first century.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Global Energy Forum

Jan 15, 2023

The lessons of COP27 and how they can apply to COP28

By Atlantic Council

Speaking at the Atlantic Council's Global Energy Forum, leaders from COP27 in Egypt give a debrief on lessons learned that could be applied to COP28 in the United Arab Emirates.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance