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COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES AND THE PAYNE INSTITUTE PLAY A ROLE IN HISTORIC PARTNERSHIP

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) and Delhi-based Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation, which together lead the U.S.-India State and Urban Initiative, announce a partnership between the government of Gujarat and the government of Colorado.

 

UPCOMING MINES-NREL JOINT WORKSHOP ON SEPTEMBER 13-14

Limits to Waste: Pushing Materials Manufacturing Towards Zero Waste for a Sustainable Future

 

NEW ESSAY BY PHILIP K. VERLEGER, JR. ON IMO 2020 SULFUR RULE

A new Payne Commentary has been posted (on the Our Work Section of the website), which considers the possible commodity price and macroeconomic impacts of the IMO 2020 Sulfur rule.

 

THE INAUGURAL DENVER ENERGY DIALOGUES COMES TO MINES

This invitation-only event, supported by the Payne Institute, will bring together a cross-section of key stakeholders and decision makers, for strategic dialogue and formation of solutions. Through exclusive panels, paired with focused working groups, the Denver Energy Dialogues will be centered around creating a path towards achieving a lower carbon, cleaner energy future.

 

NEW CONTRIBUTIONS ON OIL SECURITY AND ENERGY EFFICIECY IN THE PAYNE COMMENTARY SERIES

Two new Viewpoints are now available in the Payne Commentary Series. One from Matthew Reed explores the geopolitics of oil markets, and Thibaud Voita considers the role of energy efficiency in the Sustainable Development Goals.

 

NEW ESSAY ON THE PEACE DIVIDENDS OF ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE

This essay in the National Geographic Blog explores how shared energy infrastructure and markets can serve as a basis for peace building and economic development.

 

INTERVIEW WITH PAYNE DIRECTOR ON THE MATERIAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE ENERGY TRANSITION

This interview took place on the margins of the Arc Energy Institute Annual Event in Calgary.

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE JOINS THE GLOBAL RESILIENCE RESEARCH NETWORK

The Payne Institute is honoured to join the Global Resilience Institute’s Research Network exploring research and partnerships for exploring the complex array of security and resilience challenges.

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE FACULTY FELLOW PROFESSOR EGGERT TESTIFIES BEFORE THE U.S. SENATE ON CRITICAL MATERIALS

Professor Roderick Eggert testifies before the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on the Department of Interior’s Critical Minerals list to strengthen the United States’ mineral security.

 

PAYNE INSTITUTE WELCOMES 2018 SUMMER INTERNS

The Payne Institute is pleased to welcome five Colorado School of Mines student interns for the summer of 2018.

 

CYRIL WIDDERSHOVEN AUTHORS VIEWPOINT FOR PAYNE INSTITUTE COMMENTARY SERIES

“Politics and Barrels, OPEC-Russia Production Decision Leaves Market in the Dark,” was recently published by Cyril Widdershoven, Payne Institute fellow and founder of Verocy.

 

EIRIK WÆRNESS NAMED PAYNE INSTITUTE FELLOW

The Payne Institute is pleased to welcome Eirik Wærnes as its newest non-resident fellow. Wærnes is senior vice president and chief economist at Equinor, a group responsible for macroeconomics, energy and commodity market analyses.

 

DOLF GIELEN COAUTHORS WORKING PAPER FOR PAYNE INSTITUTE COMMENTARY SERIES

“Global Industrial Carbon Dioxide Emissions Mitigation: Investigation of the Role of Renewable Energy and Other Technologies Until 2060,” was recently published by Dolf Gielen, Payne Institute fellow and director of technology and innovation at the International Renewable Energy Agency.

 

CALL FOR PAPERS – THE GEOPOLITICS OF THE ENERGY TRANSITION

Morgan Bazilian, executive director of the Payne Institute, will serve as guest editor of this special issue.