April 13, 2018
| Philippe BenoitClimate models are all clear on one point: going forward, we need to lower dramatically the carbon content of our energy use to address the climate change threat. While much has changed in the world since 1990, the carbon intensity of the energy mix unfortunately hasn’t.
March 28, 2018
| Jane Nakano, Sarah LadislawThe United States, China, and India are all important contributors to the global coal supply and demand picture and yet each stands at a very different stage in its relationship with coal.
The Trump administration’s decision to levy tariffs on imported steel and aluminum is further evidence of the president’s preference for symbolic gestures rather than systemic change. Here, four CSIS experts unpack the varied ramifications of the decision.
The combination of a cyclical correction with an imbalance between prices and costs has led to a marked fall in investment in liquid natural gas over the last two years. Three forces can help the sector get back on track.
As Venezuela has descended further into economic and political turmoil, a lack of revenues has put the nation on the brink of default on several occasions, raising the question as to whether the country is “Too Big to Fail or Too Broken to Fix.”
Large gas discoveries in Israel, Egypt, and Cyprus, have triggered a wide-ranging conversation that centers on two questions: what could these discoveries mean for the region, for Europe, and for global energy markets; and might this gas act as a catalyst for regional...
This week the Trump administration took a decision to raise tariffs on solar cells and modules imported into the United States. The decision was based on a complaint brought under Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974.