With this year’s elections barely in the rear-view mirror, the 2024 US elections are just one year away. Already, there are questions about how energy policy, climate change and prices at the pump will play into this election cycle.
Capitol Crude spoke with a Democratic and a Republican strategist for their take on these issues. Last week, Antjuan Seawright weighed in with the Democratic perspective. And this week, you will hear from Tom Hassenboehler, who discussed the GOP’s thinking.
Hassenboehler is a partner at CO2EFFICIENT, a Washington DC consultancy that specializes in energy and environmental policy. He joins the podcast to talk about the role that climate change and energy prices play in elections, and the chances that Republicans and Democrats can find common ground on energy issues.
Stick around after the interview for Starr Spencer with the Market Minute, a near-term look at oil market drivers.