Category: ‘ Policy ’

 

Venezuela: A Stumbling Oil Giant

When it comes to oil production, Saudi Arabia and Venezuela are in completely different leagues—the former is first in global production at 11.5 million barrels per day (mbd), while the latter’s comparatively paltry 2.7 mbd is...

Professor Michael Ross Explains the “Oil Curse”

Michael Ross is a professor at UCLA, whose work explores the ways that oil revenues and oil wealth often disrupt international development and enable nations to disengage from the international community. Some of his recent public...

Might Makes Right in South China Sea

It appears that the long-feared specter of energy disputes in the South China Sea may finally be materializing. China has launched its massive $1 billion HD-981 offshore drilling rig into waters that Vietnam (and the United Na...

Electric Vehicle Incentives: State and National Legislation

When it comes to electric vehicles, it’s mostly about letting the free market do the work. After all, the only and best way to get electric vehicles on the road is for everyday consumers to take the plunge and purchase one for...

The Problem with Propane: Legislative Update

On Thursday, the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources held a hearing to examine the unprecedented propone shortages that plagued large swaths of the country this winter. Led by Committee Chairman Mary Landrieu (D-LA) a...

ANALYSIS: Russia-Ukraine Crisis & Its Implications for Energy Markets

What are the implications of the Russia-Ukraine crisis for oil and natural gas markets? How do these implications vary should the situation escalate? What is the likelihood of sanctions against Russia’s energy sector? What other...

Shale Development in Eastern Europe: Interview with Keith Smith

Ambassador Keith Smith is a Distinguished CEPA (Center for European Policy analysis) Fellow in Residence. Ambassador Smith was previously a Senior Associate at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). He retired...

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It’s generally safe to say that the nation’s legal code aspires to the “let the punishment fit the crime” philosophy. Of course, given the subjective nature of what constitutes a severe or petty crime, penalties issued o...

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At the recent Information Systems Security Association conference, a sample poll of cybersecurity experts found that a majority of them believe there will be a "major" cyberterrorism event within the next year. A plurality p...

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The following post is SAFE's contribution to a dialogue on the relative benefits of changing the energy tax code, from the OurEnergyPorlicy.org forum. Senator Baucus should be commended for moving our nation closer to comprehen...
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