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Global Energy Forum

Jan 14, 2023

How to finance a sustainable and just energy transition

By Atlantic Council

At the Global Energy Forum, experts plotted out ways countries can incentivize investments that can support a stable energy supply and finance a sustainable and just energy transition.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Global Energy Forum

Jan 14, 2023

Why accessible and affordable gas plays a role in helping countries reach climate goals and expand renewable energy

By Atlantic Council

Energy ministers from the United Arab Emirates and Qatar discussed the role gas plays in the energy transition at the Atlantic Council's Global Energy Forum.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Issue Brief

Jan 14, 2023

Energy investment in a time of inflation

By Charles Lichfield, Joseph Webster

This paper briefly considers the macroeconomic drivers of inflation in late 2022, including Russia’s war in Ukraine and uncertainties around energy supply, supply-chain resets, and lingering COVID-19 disruptions, before examining the persistent energy underinvestment of the past decade and how this has left markets exposed to varying degrees.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Global Energy Forum

Jan 14, 2023

COP28 president-designate: With the world ‘way off track’ on Paris goals, ‘transformational progress’ is needed

By Daniel Malloy

In his first remarks since being named the incoming president of COP28, Sultan Al Jaber spoke on Saturday morning at the Atlantic Council’s Global Energy Forum in Abu Dhabi.

Climate Change & Climate Action Energy & Environment

Global Energy Agenda

Jan 13, 2023

The 2023 Global Energy Agenda

By Landon Derentz, Christine Suh, Ameya Hadap, Paul Kielstra (Editors)

The third edition of the Global Energy Agenda provides context for the year that has passed. It features a survey of thought leaders in the energy sector, as well as a series of essays by the leading figures in energy, to set the energy agenda for 2023.

Energy & Environment Geopolitics & Energy Security


Dec 20, 2022

To realize its gas hub dreams, Turkey needs to follow liberal market principles

By Eser Özdil

Russian gas cannot turn Turkey into a gas hub, instead Turkey should focus on reforms to liberalize the market.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


Dec 12, 2022

Europe and the Caspian: The gas supply conundrum

By John Roberts and Julian Bowden

The Caspian has emerged as a major player in Europe's effort to move away from Russian gas. But logistical and political difficulties could prevent crucial Caspian projects from getting off the ground.

Central Asia Energy & Environment

New Atlanticist

Dec 9, 2022

What Xi Jinping’s Saudi Arabia visit means for the Middle East

By Atlantic Council experts

The Chinese leader's trip for a series of summits with countries from around the Middle East cemented dozens of deals with a good bit of pageantry. Our experts lay out what comes next.

China Economy & Business

Issue Brief

Dec 8, 2022

Securing alternative gas supplies and addressing critical infrastructure gaps in Europe

By Richard L. Morningstar, András Simonyi, Olga Khakova, Paddy Ryan

This issue brief offers recommendations for measures that European countries decoupling their energy supplies from Russia should take to give themselves the best chances of succeeding.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance


Dec 7, 2022

Turkey can become an energy hub—but not by going all-in on Russian gas

By Yevgeniya Gaber

Turkey has the ambition and potential to play a key role in the regional energy landscape but Russian gas hampers its effort to become a hub.

Conflict Geopolitics & Energy Security