Russia’s Use of the “Energy Weapon” in Europe

“Regardless of how the standoff over Ukraine develops, one lesson is clear: excessive dependence on Russian energy makes Europe weak.” —Donald Tusk, former prime minister of Poland (April 2014) (Rice University, Baker Institute for Public... Read more →

Reducing Energy Poverty With Natural Gas

The Stanford Natural Gas Initiative (NGI) convened a symposium on May 9 and 10, 2017 entitled Reducing Energy Poverty with Natural Gas: Changing Political, Business and Technology Paradigms. The symposium convened the university’s experts... Read more →
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How the Democrats Lost Coal Country

Over the past few election cycles, it has become clear that Democratic politicians are increasingly endangered in coal country, losing races before they even begin due largely to the initial that follows their name. (S&P Global) – Democratic... Read more →
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