Center for Strategic Communication

This week we discuss the latest reports from the Energy Information Agency and the International Energy Agency – on global energy production. The world energy outlook is changing drastically, and these reports give a new view on it.

Find out what this means for oil, the market here in the United States, the future of production ,and how all this effects the national security threats of climate change ….. listen in below…



Andrew Holland, ASP Senior Fellow for Energy and Climate

Moderated by:

Paul Hamill, ASP Director of External Relations


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