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Kartikeya Singh Aug 20
4 insights on what’s next for India rural electrification via
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CSIS Aug 20
In Modi’s second term, a special focus on altering the structure of the power sector may be the key to powering the India’s long term economic growth, argues expert Kartikeya Singh.
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CSIS Aug 20
Climate change and unsustainable land use are impacting the global food supply and endangered the livelihood of millions. and break down last week’s UN climate change report and what we can do differently:
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CSIS Indian States Aug 20
4 insights on what’s next for India rural electrification by Dr. Kartikeya Singh,our Deputy Director and senior Fellow, Wadhwani Chair in U.S-India Policy Studies. Read here:
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Visual Capitalist Aug 19
All of the World's Coal Power Plants in One Map See interactive version:
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CSIS Energy Program Aug 20
With a second term mandate to govern, the Modi administration has wasted no time in putting together a 100-day action plan to reenergize and address structural issues affecting India’s power sector.
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EIA Aug 20
The U.S. leads global petroleum and natural gas production with record growth in 2018 .
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Reconnecting Asia Aug 19
China’s Belt and Road initiative could reshape global networks for decades to come. Join experts for a 3-day workshop Sept. 11-13, with over a dozen sessions, including a discussion with @mpgoodman33 on the initiative’s impacts to date. Sign up here:
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CSIS Energy Program Aug 19
Energy 360° 🎧: James Kendell and David Wogan with the Asia Pacific Energy Research Centre (APERC) give us highlights from the recent APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook. Listen/Subscribe: or on iTunes:
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CSIS Energy Program Aug 19
In Prime Minister Modi’s second term, a special focus on the power sector may be the key to powering the India’s long term economic growth, argues .
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CSIS Aug 19
Citing illegal drilling activities in the Eastern Mediterranean, the European Council has imposed new sanctions on Turkey. expert Nikos Tsafos breaks down this geopolitical development and its regional implications:
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CSIS Energy Program Aug 19
The combination of climate change and unsustainable land use has put our global food supply at risk Unless collective action is taken to dramatically reduce emissions, the global food system, including food prices, could face sweeping instability.
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CSIS ISP Aug 19
ISP Fellow and 's examine recent oil facility and tanker attacks in the Strait of Hormuz, the threat that they pose to the oil market, and how the current strategy to protect oil flows from the Persian Gulf is evolving.
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CSIS Aug 18
In 2018, the total value of the energy trade between the U.S. and Canada came in at $116 billion, the second largest amount on record. Read the analysis:
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CSIS ISP Aug 17
ISP Fellow and 's examine recent oil facility and tanker attacks in the Strait of Hormuz, the threat that they pose to the oil market, and how the current strategy to protect oil flows from the Persian Gulf is evolving.
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Reconnecting Asia Aug 16
What are the implications of Xi Jinping’s signature Belt and Road Initiative? To find out, sign up for the 3-day BRI Executive Course to learn about the BRI’s climate impacts with Sarah Ladislaw. Sign up here:
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CSIS Aug 16
China now imports more liquefied natural gas (LNG) than South Korea, and will soon overtake Japan as the #1 global importer of LNG.
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CSIS Aug 16
Iran is sabotaging and seizing oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz to disrupt the global oil market and further escalate tensions with the United States and its allies:
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CSIS Aug 15
Brazil has vast oil reserves, but can the Bolsonaro government get the energy to market? Check out the latest episode of 35 West, the podcast of the CSIS Americas Program.
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Nikos Tsafos Aug 16
Latest data from DOE on U.S. (to June): - Exports evenly split between three regions (Europe lost top position in Q2). - Europe was the top destination in 1H 2019 (barely above Asia). - Exports more diversified: for e.g. top 3 countries were 32% in 1H (vs 52% in 2018).
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