UkraineAlert Mar 14, 2023
Putin failed to freeze Europe but Russia’s energy war will continue
By Aura Sabadus
Vladimir Putin’s plan to freeze Europe into submission during the winter season failed but there is no room for complacency as Russia still sees gas and oil exports as key weapons in its campaign to isolate and destroy Ukraine.
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.
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.”