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May 7, 2024

Amid competing pressures, will Ukraine quit its transit of Russian gas?

By Sergiy Makogon and Daniel Stein

The Russia-Ukraine gas transit agreement inked in 2019 will expire in December 2024, but Russian gas transit through Ukraine will remain a possibility. This doesn’t have to be the case.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

EnergySource

May 3, 2024

G7 pledges to end coal—but only inclusive action will make a real climate impact

By Elena Benaim

During the G7 energy ministerial in Turin, Italy, climate, energy, and environment ministers made a historic pledge to phase out coal power plants by 2035 among other agreements. But members ultimately need to turn pledges into action to blunt the impacts of climate change.

Africa Brazil

In the News

May 2, 2024

Webster quoted in Recharge News on Chinese wind power dominance

China Energy & Environment

In the News

Apr 24, 2024

Shaffer quoted in S&P Global on US sanctions on Iran

Economic Sanctions Energy & Environment

Enabling net-zero solutions

Apr 24, 2024

Natural gas and the energy transition: Security, equity, and achieving net zero

By Phillip Cornell

A new report on the future of natural gas in the energy mix and financing in the context of the energy transition and energy security prerogatives.

Africa Central Asia

In the News

Apr 23, 2024

Webster in The Interpreter: The Kyrgyzstan route facilitating Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

Central Asia Energy & Environment

Issue Brief

Apr 23, 2024

The flaws in project-based carbon credit trading and the need for jurisdictional alternatives

By Byron Swift, Ken Berlin, George Frampton, and Frank Willey

This issue brief highlights several significant, and at times unresolvable, problems with the project-based approach to carbon credit trading, the purpose of which is to reduce deforestation and sequester carbon.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

In the News

Apr 17, 2024

Webster quoted in Recharge on how the ‘revolutionary’ new EU trade weapon aims to blunt Chinese wind power

China Energy & Environment

EnergySource

Apr 16, 2024

What Iran’s attack on Israel means for global energy

By Atlantic Council experts

On the weekend of April 13th, energy markets have shown a muted response to Iran’s unprecedented attack on Israel. As Israel weighs its response, the risks to fuel prices and global energy security are extremely high. Our experts comment on what to watch for.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

In the News

Apr 15, 2024

Shaffer quoted in S&P Global on Iranian oil sanctions

Economic Sanctions Energy Markets & Governance

Experts