MINES ENERGY FUTURE PODCAST – WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON WITH OIL AND GAS: INSIGHTS FROM A PETROLEUM ENGINEER 5/8/2020

MINES ENERGY FUTURE PODCAST – WHAT IS REALLY GOING ON WITH OIL AND GAS: INSIGHTS FROM A PETROLEUM ENGINEER

Mines Energy Future podcast featuring Dr. Jennifer L. Miskimins, Interim Department Head and Professor, Petroleum Engineering, Director, Fracturing, Acidizing, Stimulation Technology (FAST), Co-Director, Center for Earth Materials, Mechanics and Characterization at Colorado School of Mines discussing the future of oil and gas in these unpredictable times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. May 8, 2020.

MINES ENERGY FUTURE PODCAST – MINING PLASTICS 4/23/2020

MINES ENERGY FUTURE PODCAST – MINING PLASTICS

Mines Energy Future podcast featuring Mike McGuirk, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Colorado School of Mines, with Jordy Lee, Payne Institute Researcher discussing Mining Plastic: Harvesting Stored Energy in a Re-use Revolution. April 23, 2020.

PODCAST: THE MINERALS MANHATTAN PROJECT

PODCAST: THE MINERALS MANHATTAN PROJECT

Payne Fellow Emily Hersch has started a new podcast titled The Minerals Manhattan Project.  Morgan Bazilian contributed to the conversation with a discussion about the Mineral Foundations of the Energy Future.  They get into topics such as what lessons oil and gas has for minerals and mining in the United States, and an understanding of  how power and spheres of influence determine countries’ approaches to energy security. Since China isn’t an oil and gas producing nation, their approach to dominating those supply chains is different than for minerals and mining. April 13, 2020. 

MINES ENERGY FUTURE PODCAST – A THIRST FOR POWER March 9, 2020

MINES ENERGY FUTURE PODCAST – A THIRST FOR POWER

Mines Energy Future podcast featuring Michael Webber, Chief Science & Technology Officer, ENGIE with Ashley Spurgeon, Editor, Mines Communications, and Greg Clough, Strategy & Operations Manager, Payne Institute. March 9, 2020. 

PODCAST – THE 5 W’S OF THE PAYNE INSTITUTE – WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, AND WHY February 26, 2020

PODCAST – THE 5 W’S OF THE PAYNE INSTITUTE – WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, AND WHY  

A new Payne Institute Mines Energy Future podcast. Director Morgan Bazilian discusses the Payne Institute and Colorado School of Mines’ perspective on the global energy future. Highlights includes how the Payne Institute is influencing public policy through collaboration, partnerships, and a solutions oriented approach.  February 26, 2020.

Payne Institute Podcast – Our 10 Initiatives

MINES ENERGY FUTURE PODCAST – PAYNE INSTITUTE 10 INITIATIVES

The Payne Institute brings world-class insights helping to inform and shape public policy on earth resources, energy, and the environment.  We do this through our 10 Initiatives which are explained in this podcast.  January 2020.

ONE STATE’S PUSH TOWARD 100% CLEAN ENERGY: A DISCUSSION WITH COLORADO ENERGY DIRECTOR, WILL TOOR July 22, 2019

ONE STATE’S PUSH TOWARD 100% CLEAN ENERGY: A DISCUSSION WITH COLORADO ENERGY DIRECTOR, WILL TOOR

Colorado Governor Jared Polis recently announced a road map for the state to generate 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2040. In this podcast, Will Toor will talk about these clean energy efforts and others, including work to get more electric vehicles on the road and to reduce emissions from various sectors. July 22, 2019.

PAYNE INSTITUTE DIRECTOR MORGAN BAZILIAN ON THE ENERGY TRANSITION SHOW PODCAST July 10, 2019

PAYNE INSTITUTE DIRECTOR MORGAN BAZILIAN ON THE ENERGY TRANSITION SHOW PODCAST

Payne Institute Director Morgan Bazilian on the Energy Transition Show discussing Metals Supply in Energy Transition.  Is the supply of certain key metals—like lithium, copper, nickel, and cobalt—and “rare earth” metals—like vanadium and indium—potentially a limiter on the progress of energy transition? July 10, 2019.

ENERGY 360° – THE GEOPOLITICS OF ENERGY TRANSFORMATION PODCAST February 25, 2019

ENERGY 360° – THE GEOPOLITICS OF ENERGY TRANSFORMATION PODCAST

Eirik Wærness (SVP and Chief Economist, Equinor), Morgan Bazilian (Director, Payne Institute, Colorado School of Mines), and Sarah Ladislaw (SVP and Director, Energy and National Security Program, CSIS) discuss the findings of IRENA’s recent report, A New World: The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation. Join them as they explore how higher shares of renewable energy in the global energy mix will shift the geopolitical map and cause fundamental structural changes in society. February 25, 2019.