Post Election Outlook: Energy, Climate & Geopolitics
President-elect Biden will assume office on January 20 with an ambitious domestic policy agenda and an eagerness to engage with the world, while facing the challenges of a divided electorate and a country and economy that carry the burdens of a nearly year-long pandemic. In this CERAWeek Conversation, leading experts on the economy, global energy, and international relations assess the outlook for the Biden Administration at home and abroad. Meghan L. O'Sullivan, Jeane Kirkpatrick Professor International Affairs, Harvard University, Atul Arya, Chief Energy Strategist, IHS Markit, and Nariman Behravesh, Chief Economist, IHS Markit, navigate an important and multi-dimensional discussion on the path forward for President-elect Biden, from economic stimulus to climate change, energy policy, trade, China, and American leadership in the world.
In Climate & Clean Tech
Play video Financing America's Energy Infrastructure
Financing America's Energy Infrastructure
(2021) U.S. DOE’s Loan Programs Office manages $46 billion in financing to scale next-generation energy infrastructure. Director Jigar Shah discusses breakthrough technologies, clean energy ventures & LPO’s role in a just energy transition.
Play video Leadership Dialogue with Francesco Starace
Leadership Dialogue with Francesco Starace
(2021) How does the energy transition look to a renewable energy supermajor? Francesco Starace, CEO of Enel, discusses technologies, hydrogen, collaborations with electric vehicle manufacturers & financial innovations in the green bond market.
Play video Leadership Dialogue with Bob Dudley
Leadership Dialogue with Bob Dudley
(2021) In the first installment of CERAWeek Conversations 2021, Bob Dudley, Chairman of the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, shares insights on the leading role that the world’s largest energy producers are playing in the road to a low-carbon future.
Play video Oil & the Energy Transition: A long goodbye?
Oil & the Energy Transition: A long goodbye?
(2021) The greatest economic disruption since WWII has been followed by deep commitments globally from governments and business to decarbonize. Can these aspirations be met? How will this shape the global market and geopolitics of energy?
Play video Leadership Dialogue with Richard Haass
Leadership Dialogue with Richard Haass
(December 15, 2020) Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations, explores the themes of his new book, “The World: A Brief Introduction,” and shares insights on innovative approaches for cooperation on global issues of the future.
Play video CEO Dialogue with Vicki Hollub
CEO Dialogue with Vicki Hollub
(December 1, 2020) Vicki Hollub, president and chief executive of Occidental Petroleum, discusses the changing landscape for upstream operators brought on by market conditions and the movement toward lower carbon, net-zero economies.