Energy Writer of the Year, 2018 – Nathaniel Rich

The American Energy Society selects Nathaniel Rich as the Energy Writer of the Year, 2018, for his article “Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change” (New York Times Magazine, August 1, 2018). The 31,000-word piece weaves... Read more →

Energy Writer of the Year, 2017 – Meghan O’Sullivan

Energy Writer of the Year, 2017: AES selects Meghan O’Sullivan for her literary contributions to the energy sector in 2017, including her book Windfall: How the New Energy Abundance Upends Global Politics and Strengthens America’s... Read more →

Energy Writer of the Year, 2015 – Coral Davenport

Energy Writer of the Year, 2015: AES selects Coral Davenport for her thoughtful and creative use of Twitter to report news about energy and the environment. In recognition of Ms. Davenport’s work, AES is pleased to feature her presentation... Read more →

India: Energy (In)Securities; Needs and Ambitions

(The Brookings Institution) – India’s energy strategy is important for any global discussion about lowering carbon emissions. Most current plans focus on the low-hanging fruit of “cheap renewable energy.” However, scaling renewable... Read more →

Mexico: Drug Cartels and the Gasoline Industry

(Stratfor Worldview) – Mexico’s energy reforms are opening up its oil and gasoline markets to foreign firms. But any companies entering the country will have to deal with the growing risk of fuel theft, as a mounting number of criminal... Read more →
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