The Clash of Nations, Energy Politics and a New World Order
The United States will inaugurate a president in January 2021 who will steer American foreign policy through a world of rising tensions and instability. The U.S.-China relationship has become the epicenter of global rivalry while the Middle East contends with entrenched conflicts and volatility. Is a new set of organizing principles necessary to mitigate conflicts, placate tensions, and establish greater cooperation in America’s strategic relationships? What are the different approaches that can be expected between a Trump and Biden presidency? In this CERAWeek Conversation, experts in energy, geopolitics, Asia, and the Middle East examine America’s place in the world and the disruptions shaping its foreign policy.
In All Strategic Dialogues
Play video Multiple Dimensions of Energy Transition: India and the world
Multiple Dimensions of Energy Transition: India and the world
(November 10, 2020) IHS Markit Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin, Chief Energy Strategist Atul Arya, and Senior Vice President for Global Energy Carlos Pascual unpack the confluence of tech, geopolitics, and the New Map of international energy.
Play video Distributed Energy: Balancing flexibility, reliability, and resilience
Distributed Energy: Balancing flexibility, reliability, and resilience
(August 11, 2020) Power industry leaders examine the technologies and business models that are driving the market for distributed energy resources and transforming the way customers use and generate electricity.
Play video Managing Disasters: Hurricanes & COVID-19 Collide
Managing Disasters: Hurricanes & COVID-19 Collide
(August 17, 2020) Explore the resiliency of infrastructure against the most powerful force of all: nature. CEOs discuss preparedness, crisis management and recovery strategies to protect and preserve critical energy assets when nature strikes.
Play video Post Election Outlook: Energy, Climate & Geopolitics
Post Election Outlook: Energy, Climate & Geopolitics
(December 1, 2020) Leading experts on the economy, global energy, and international relations assess the outlook for the Biden Administration, from economic stimulus to climate change, trade, China, and American leadership in the world.
Play video Angola’s New Upstream: Increasing Competitiveness, Repositioning for the Future
Angola’s New Upstream: Increasing Competitiveness, Repositioning for the Future
(October 8, 2020) A competitive market for industry capital is challenging Angola to strengthen its value proposition for investors. Top energy officials explore regulatory & fiscal adjustments, new technologies, and a repurposed agenda for Sonangol.
Play video Oil Market Scenarios for a post-Pandemic World
Oil Market Scenarios for a post-Pandemic World
(December 8, 2020) Chief economists from international oil companies and the heads of oil market research at OPEC and IHS Markit discuss scenarios and trends for global oil over the next 10 years.