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Amy Jaffe, Energy Speaker

Amy Jaffe

    The Wallace S. Wilson Fellow in Energy Studies, Director of the Energy Forum at the Baker Institute
Fee Range

$20,000 - $30,000

Travels From

Texas

The Potential for More U.S. Oil Production: Amy Myers Jaffe, Baker Institute

The Potential for More U.S. Oil Production: Amy Myers Jaffe, Baker Institute

Oil, Natural Gas and Geopolitical Conflict in the Current Economic Amy Myers Jaffe

Oil, Natural Gas and Geopolitical Conflict in the Current Economic Amy Myers Jaffe

Amy Myers Jaffe: Expert on Geopolitics and Public Policy

Amy Myers Jaffe: Expert on Geopolitics and Public Policy

Amy Myers Jaffe is a leading expert on the geopolitics of oil, energy, security and risk. Associate director of the Energy Program at Rice University's James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy, she is a frequent keynote speaker at major energy industry and investment conferences. Her latest book is Oil, Dollars, Debt and Crises.

A widely quoted commentator on oil and energy policy in the international media who has provided testimony on Capitol Hill on energy matters, Amy Myers Jaffe appears regularly on a variety of television news stations and programs including CNN, "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer," FOX, MSNBC, and National Public Radio. Her writings have been featured by the The New York Times, Dow Jones International, and the Mideast Report.

A contributor to Foreign Policy magazine's "21 Solutions to Save the World" and recipient of the Award for Excellence by the International Association for Energy Economics, Amy Myers Jaffe was among the 2004 "Key Women in Energy-Americas" honorees and was named to Esquire's annual 100 Best and Brightest

Jaffe's long list of accomplishments include serving as a member of the reconstruction and economy working group of the Baker/Hamilton Iraq Study Group and a major contributor to the recent joint Baker Institute/CFR task force on Guiding Principles for U.S. Post-Conflict Policy in Iraq. She has also served as an advisor to the U.S. National Intelligence Council Study on Energy to 2015 and as a principal advisor to USAID's project on Options for Developing a Long Term Sustainable Iraqi Oil Industry

Amy Myers Jaffe is a principal author of the Baker Institute's numerous energy studies that cover energy trends in the Middle East, Caspian Basin, China, Russia and Japan, as well as emerging technologies in the nuclear, nanotechnology, and natural gas sectors. Jaffe is currently organizing a major study on oil, the US dollar, national debt and market crises as well as a major initiative on global poverty and energy.

Prior to joining the Baker Institute, Amy Myers Jaffe was the senior editor and Middle East analyst for Petroleum Intelligence Weekly. Her research focuses on the subjects of oil geopolitics, strategic energy policy - including energy science policy - and energy economics.

  • Iraq's Oil Sector: Issues and Opportunities
  • The Persian Gulf and the Geopolitics of Oil
  • The Outlook for Future Oil Supply from the Middle East and Price Implications
  • Re-evaluating U.S. Strategic Priorities: Balancing Energy Resource Initiatives with Terrorism Containment
  • Beijing's Oil Diplomacy
  • Geopolitics of Oil & Energy

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