In this episode, Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman of S&P Global, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of The New Map: Energy, Climate and the Clash of Nations, returns to the podcast to discuss the unfolding energy crisis and the consequences of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. What does the energy crisis (and the broader commodity super-cycle) mean for geopolitics and how does it shape the trends we discussed in our previous episode? Was Russia’s invasion of Ukraine underpinned by the changing energy map? What does it mean for Europe? Will it accelerate or derail the Energy Transition? Why is India on the fence and what does it mean for relations between the geo-strategic competitors China and the US? The best seller, The New Map is now available in a revised edition and in paperback.