The Impending World Energy Mess
Dr. Robert Hirsch, Energy Advisor at Management Information Services, Inc. (MISI)
Potential for Displacing Coal with Generation From Existing Natural Gas Plants
Stan Kaplan, Director, Office of Electricity, Renewables, and Uranium Statistics
PJM Tour Discussion Notes
Mark Lively, Utility Economic Engineers
Policy Implications of the GOM Oil Spill
Kevin Book, ClearView Energy Partners, LLC
National Security Implications of Energy and Climate Policies: An Historical Perspective
Leon Fuerth, Research Professor of International Affairs at The Elliot School at George Washington University
Measuring and Attaining Energy Security in OECD Economies: An Economic Perspective
Fred Joutz, Department of Economics at The George Washington University
From Silicon to Solar
Dr. Jean Posbic, Director, PV Systems at BP Solar
Articles about Energy Conference
Conference Summary by Sarah McKinley, Manager of State Outreach, Office of External Affairs, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and NCAC Past President.
"World Gas Intelligence - Horizon: When US Shale Gas Revolution Encounters LNG Competition", by Leslie Palti-Guzman
Jon Hurdle in an International Reuters article reported on the previous day's 14th Annual Washington Energy Policy Conference, "The Unconventional Gas Revolution – Policy, Strategic and Market Implications." Hurdle quotes afternoon conference Keynote Speaker Joseph Aldy, Special Assistant to the President for Energy and Environment, about the hydro-fracturing (fracking) fluids used in drilling for shale gas.
The 14th Annual Washington Energy Policy Conference, "The Unconventional Gas Revolution – Policy, Strategic and Market Implications"
Keynote Speaker: Bob Simon, Chief of Staff, Senate Energy Committee
"Relative Energy Efficiency of Different NG Options for Fueling Transportation"
North American Natural Gas: After the Revolution
Raoul LeBlanc, Senior Director, Financial Advisory, PFC Energy
Gas Shales Drive the Unconventional Gas Revolution
Vello Kuuskraa, President, Advanced Resources International
Cost Declines—Fueling the Shale Explosions
Jen Snyder, Head of North American Gas Research, Wood Mackenzie
U.S. Unconventional Gas Technology
Mike Watts, Team Leader - Fracture Stimulation, Halliburton
Global Implications of LNG and Unconventional Natural Gass: The Coming "Double Hit"
Benjamin Schlesinger, President, BSA Energy
Keynote Speaker: "Appalachian Shales: Opportunities & Challenges"
Murry Gerber, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, EQT Corporation
Panel on Environmental and Water Issues
Robert Harris, Professor, Princeton University and Principal, Environ Corp
Impact Assessment of Natural Gas Production in the New York City Water Supply Watershed
Paul Rush, Deputy Commissioner of NYC Department of Environmental Protection (DEP)
Environmental Challenges: The Facts about Water
Paul Hagemeier, VP of Regulatory Compliance, Chesapeake Energy
Gas on Green Competition
Frank Verrastro, Senior VP & Director, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS
Effects of Climate Policy on U.S. Gas Consumption
Glen Sweetnam, Director of the Int'l, Economic, and Greenhouse Gases Div, US DOE/EIA
Shale Gas Perspectives
Ivan Sandrea, International E&P Strategy
Abundant Natural Gas: Some Implications for Electric Power
Stephen P. A. Brown, Resources for the Future
For additional video and audio presentations, click here: CSIS.org
China's March Toward a Low-Carbon Economy (PDF)
Bo Kong, Professorial Lecturer of Energy, Resources and Environment Director, Global Energy and Environment Initiative (GEEI) Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
December 2009: Praeger has published Bo Kong's book, "China's International Petroleum Policy". For more information and to purchase, click this Amazon link.
Recent Energy and Environmental Analysis from the EIA
Richard G. Newell, Administrator, Energy Information Administration
Who’s To Blame for Volatility in the Global Oil Markets?
Adam Sieminski, Chief Energy Economist, Deutsche Bank
Global Natural Gas and LNG Markets – Promise out of Disarray
Benjamin Schlesinger, Ph.D., President, Benjamin Schlesinger and Associates, LLC (BSA) Bethesda, MD
"The National Wildlife Federation’s Perspective on Energy and Climate Policy in 2009" by Jeremy Symons, Senior Vice-President Conservation & Education National Wildlife Federation
"Views on Federal Energy Regulatory Policies in the Current Environment" by Susan J. Court, Director, Office of Enforcement, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC)
The 13th Annual Washington Energy Policy Conference, "New Energy Dynamics—Recession and Beyond"
Challenges and Solutions
David Goldwyn, Goldwyn International Strategies
Global Oil Outlook
Adam Sieminski, Deutsche Bank
Where the States are Headed
Sue Gander, National Governors Association – Center for Best Practices
State & Federal RPS Programs Overview & Challenges
Jonathan McClelland, MJ Beck Consulting
Increasing Role of Energy Efficiency and Demand Response in US Electricity Market
Lisa Wood, Institute for Electric Efficiency
The Electricity Technology Portfolio of the Future
Barbara Tyran, Electric Power Research Institute, Inc.
Moving to Electric-Drive
Rusty Heffner, Booz Allen Hamilton
Transportation Prospects for 2030 Vehicles
John German, International Council for Clean Transportation
Recent EPA Climate Change Initiatives
Reid Harvey, Environmental Protection Agency
Prospects for Carbon Markets
Véronique Bugnion, Point Carbon
The Outlook on Renewable Energy in the U.S. and Around the World
Michael T. Eckhart, President of the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE)
The Smart Grid
Mark B. Lively, Utility Economic Engineers
Solar Power: Overview of Developments and Policy Issues in the Solar Energy Industry
Roman Zytek, Senior Economist, International Monetary Fund
Challenges of Integrating Biofuels Into the Existing Infastructure
Shirley Neff, President and CEO, Association of Oil Pipe Lines
EIA Short-Term and Winter Fuels Outlook
Howard Gruenspecht, Acting Administrator, Energy Information Admin.
Global LNG Supply and Competition: Short and Long-Term Issues
Frederick R. Adamchak, Senior Advisor, Poten & Partners, Inc., NY
Smart Grid: Green Jobs, Energy Independence and Climate Protection
Part 1: Description of a Smart Grid System
Part 2: Smart Grid Policies and Legislation
Part 3: Smart Grid City Project
Part 4: Additional Literature
Harry Wingo, Vice President, Government and Regulatory Affairs for Current Group, LLC.
Prospects for Caspian Oil and Gas
Dr. Maureen S. Crandall, Professor of Economics, Industrial College of the Armed Forces, National Defense University
12th Annual Washington Energy Policy Conference, "Integrating Energy Policy and Climate Policy"
The Outlook for Unconventional Fuels
Roger H. Bezdek, Ph.D., Management Information Services, Inc.
Dr. Marvin Duncan, USDA
Moving Towards Energy Independence: Myth and Reality
Herman Franssen, International Energy Associates, Inc.
Storing CO2 with Enhanced Oil Recovery
Vello A. Kuuskraa, Advanced Resources International, Inc.
Review of Cap and Trade Regulation
Michael Mondshine, SAIC
Reducing U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions: How Much at What Cost?
Matt Parsons, McKinsey & Company, US Greenhouse Gas Abatement Mapping Initiative
Integrating Energy Policy and Climate Policy
Adam Sieminski, Chief Energy Economist Deutsche Bank AG
Coal - America's Power
Luke Popovich, Vice President, Communications, National Mining Association
The Outlook for Energy: A View to 2030
Donald J. Gardner, Exxon Mobil Refining & Supply
Prospects for $200 Oil and $6 Gasoline
Adam Sieminski, Chief Energy Economist, Deutsche Bank
Nuclear Energy Renaissance: Realistic Expectation or Fanciful Chimera?
Paul Genoa, Nuclear Energy Institute, Director for Policy Development
Short-Term and Winter Fuels Outlook
Guy Caruso, Energy Information Administration, Administrator
An Assessment of the Potential Resource Base and Technological Advances for Biofuels
Zia Haq, U. S. Department of Energy, Office of the Biomass Program
Africa's Energy Sector: Investment Opportunities, Sustainability, and Energy Security
Dr. Lawrence E. Jones, AREVA T&D
11th Annual Conference, "Toward A Lower Carbon Energy Future: Technology, Economics and Policy"
Kenote Speaker: Robert Socolow, Princeton University
Scouting the Carbon Management Frontier: Technology, Policy, and Economics
European Carbon Market 2007
Véronique Bugnion, Point Carbon
Outlook for Carbon Capture from Pulverized Coal and Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Power Plants
Jared P. Ciferno, National Energy Technology Laboratory
The President's State of the Union Fuel Economy Plan: How I Know It Will Work
Dr. David L. Greene, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Analyzing Options For GHG Mitigation
Howard Gruenspecht, EIA
Electricity Technology in a Carbon-Constrained Future
Bryan Hannegan, Ph.D., Electric Power Research Institute
The Solar Wedge - 2000 GW
Noah Kaye, Solar Energy Industries Association
US Emissions: Carbon Capture and Storage
Dan Lashof, Natural Resources Defense Council
Wind Energy, Toward a Lower Carbon Energy Future: Technology, Economics and Policy
Karl R. Rábago, AES Alternative Energy
GREET - Estimating Total Energy Cycle Reductions of Greenhouse Gas Emissions via Transport Technology Options
Danilo J. Santini, Argonne National Laboratory
New Nuclear Development: Part of the Path Toward a Lower Carbon Energy Future
Dr. Joe C. Turnage, Constellation Generation Group
Recent Political/Energy Developments in Russia: What Does it All Mean?
Lucian Pugliaresi, Energy Policy Research Foundation, Inc. (EPRINC)
London: China, India and the 1 Billion Car Market
Vanessa Rossi, Royal Institute for International Affairs
Alberta: The 50% Solution to the US Energy Crisis
Honorable Murray D. Smith, Government of Alberta, Canadian Embassy
2006-2007 Winter Fuels Outlook
Guy Caruso, Energy Information Administration
10th Annual Energy Policy Conference, "Global Energy Perspectives, Supply Security, Economic Development, and Sustainability"
Keynote Speaker: Edgard Habib, Chief Economist Chevron Texaco
Supply Security, Economic Development and Sustainability
Oil Supply Security and Sustainability
Adam Sieminskie, Deutsche Bank, North America
Green Paper on a European Strategy for Sustainable, Competitive and Secure Energy
Lars-Olaf Hollner, EU Delegation
Japan’s Energy Policy
Atsushi Takentani, Japanese Embassy, Japan
China: Energy Industry Trends and Security Implications
James Dorian, International Energy Economist
Supply Security, Economic Development and Sustainability: Perspective from Europe and Eurasia
Robert Ichord, U.S. Agency for International Development
World Oil Market Issues
Mark Finley, BP
Climate Alarmism Reconsidered
Robert L. Bradley, Jr., The Heartland Institute
Electricity Markets and Deregulation
Judah L. Rose, ICF Consulting
Pia K. Powers, Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc.
EIA’s Winter Fuel Outlook
Prospects for $120 Oil and $4 Gasoline
Learning from Wind Power
9th Annual Conference, "Higher Energy Prices: New Paradigms and Policy Responses”
Keynote Speaker: Gary Vasey, VP, Utilipoint International
Energy Futures Markets and Hedge Funds
Temporary Tightness, Paradigm Shift, or Speculative Bubble?
Edward L. Morse, Hess Energy Trading
Factors Impacting Refining US & Global Contexts
Martin Tallett, EnSys Energy & Systems Inc.
When Structural And Cyclical Events Collided
Roger Diwan, Managing Director, Markets & Countries Group
At the Cross Roads: Natural Gas in a New Era
Bruce B. Henning, Bruce B. Henning, Energy and Environmental Analysis, Inc.
Balancing Natural Gas Policy – Fueling the Demands of a Growing Economy
Hal Chappelle, Chappell Energy Associates
Coal Price Volatility is Here to Stay
Jerry M. Eyster, Managing Consultant, PA Consulting Group
Electricity Policy: Getting Prices and Incentives Right
Peter Van Doren, CATO Institute
Mad as Hell! Proposal to Accelerate the Transition to Electric Competition
Ken Malloy, Center for Advancement of Energy Markets
Electric Energy Markets: Does the Market Send the “Right” Prices?
Tim Brennan, Univ. of Maryland, Baltimore County
Higher Energy Prices and CHP/Clean DG Deployment
John Jimison, Combined Heat and Power Association
Technology Deployment At What Price?
Jamie Wimberly, CEO, Distributed Energy Financial Group
Energy Puzzler: How high will oil prices and shares go?
Adam Sieminski, Global Oil and Gas, Deutsche Bank
Transparency of the Price Signal
John A. “Skip” Laitner, Senior Economist for Technology Policy, EPA Office of Atmospheric Programs
Promises and Pitfalls
Ben Schlesinger, LNG
Storage: Today's Market Solution
Michael McCall, LNG
Electric Markets vs. Franchised Monopolies
Computing Cost of Hydrogen
Energy Modeling Forum
Renewable Energy Credit Markets
Some Costs of Reliability Limits
Energy and the Environment
Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office