When

Wed, Jan. 25, 2023
10 am - 11 am
(GMT-06:00) America/Chicago

Where

James A. Baker III Hall, Rice University

The short days and winter storms of January have kept people off the roads, lowering the demand for gas and increasing the available supply. Yet oil prices continue to rise as the Russia-Ukraine war continues to disrupt global energy markets.

At this member-exclusive Baker Briefing, Center for Energy Studies fellows Gabriel Collins, Anna Mikulska and Mark Finley provided an overview of global energy market trends and developments, including the European Union embargo on Russian oil exports and the price caps that G-7 nations are preparing to set on Russian diesel, kerosene and oil. Discussants considered how these events could impact global energy markets in the remaining winter months.

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About Baker Briefing

Baker Briefing is a podcast that tackles the most critical foreign and domestic policy issues of the day in conversations with experts at the Baker Institute for Public Policy. Each episode is recorded in front of a live audience at Rice University in Houston, Texas. 

Registration

This event was free and open to members of the Roundtable and Roundtable Young Professionals, Energy Forum members, and Rice undergraduate students through the link in their email invitation.

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Featured Speakers

Gabriel Collins, J.D.
Baker Botts Fellow in Energy & Environmental Regulatory Affairs

Mark Finley
Fellow in Energy and Global Oil

Anna Mikulska, Ph.D.
Fellow in Energy Studies

When

Wed, Jan. 25, 2023
10 am - 11 am
(GMT-06:00) America/Chicago

Where

James A. Baker III Hall, Rice University