Events - 10 Apr 18

Oil on the Water – Illicit Hydrocarbons Activity in the Maritime Domain

“Oil and fuel theft is big business—globally, it adds up to tens, if not hundreds, of billions of dollars annually— and much of that criminality makes use of the maritime space. Whether in small fishing boats or Suezmax tankers, illicit oil and fuel move constantly, in broad daylight, around the world. And the profits, which deprive states of much-needed revenue, often fund more sinister criminal activities, from other forms of trafficking to terrorism.”

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Driving Efficiencies – Fuel Economy Review, Autonomy & Energy Security

The Trump Administration is nearing the deadline for a decision on fuel economy standards through MY2025, and must reconcile the needs of the auto industry, the state of California, American consumers, and the nation’s energy security.

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Measuring Resilience to Natural Disasters

In this Energy & Climate Policy Research Seminar, Stephane Hallegatte with the World Bank, will discuss ” Measuring Resilience to Natural Disasters.”

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