Category Archives: Energy

Beijing’s ‘Airpocalypse’

Reported over the weekend, the pollution in Beijing went off the map’s edge. DCFR addressed this topic in the summer with Rajan Gupta of the Los Alamos National Lab. His slides with some interesting data are here.¬†And an interview here. … Continue reading

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PBS Energy Security Program Airing Sunday

When Dan Yergin, author of The Prize and The Quest, visited DCFR the latter part of fall, he was interviewed by PBS’s McCuistion program. In the upcoming program, “Oil, Gas, and Energy Security for America,” Dr. Yergin and former chair … Continue reading

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Yergin and “The Quest”: A Brief Q&A

Our program with Daniel Yergin was a fine and appropriate conclusion to our three-part energy series with Exxon Mobil. We covered global gas; energy security in the context of supply, demand and pricing fundamentals with a twist of OPEC and … Continue reading

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Sustainable Growth in China

According to new research in The Chinese Economy by DCFR president Jennifer Warren and distinguished finance professor Andrew Chen, “the world’s economic system and ecosystem have everything to gain by teasing apart the issues related to infrastructure and climate change” … Continue reading

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More on Energy, OPEC, and Iraq

This piece was posted to SMU Cox’s faculty research site and newsroom. DCFR was involved in furthering knowledge about energy matters. Click here.  

Posted in Economics, Energy

Energy Security, OPEC, and Shocks

Energy security is an elusive concept. It can refer to domestic policy obstructions, clean energy ambitions, and threats to oil supply from Middle East instability. Energy security can also mean diversification of the energy slate as discussed in our recent … Continue reading

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