This month, the International Energy Agency released the 2013 version of its annual World Energy Outlook. Not surprisingly, the horizontal oil boom that has given birth to an oil production
Co-Authored by Jeremy Leggett, author of Energy of Nations. Last week the International Energy Agency in Paris released its annual World Energy Outlook, which projects energy trends out to 2035. As it did last year, the 2013 WEO hadShow More Summary
Lost in all the news torrent on the shutdown and debt ceiling debate is this bit of good news: "The U.S. Energy Information Administration produces an 'Annual Energy Outlook' that attempts to predict costs for power plants that come online in 2018. Show More Summary
The International Energy Agency is well known for its annual World Energy Outlook, released towards the end of each year. In concert with the WEO come one or more special publications and this year is no exception.
By Michael Fitzsimmons: According to the US Energy Information Agency's ("EIA") Annual Energy Outlook 2013, natural gas is the fastest growing transportation fuel in the US. (click to enlarge) The EIA predicts an average annual growth rate of 11.9 percent from 2011 to 2040. Show More Summary
An early glimpse into the 2013 Annual Energy Outlook from the U.S. Energy Information Administration reveals that increased generation from renewable energy is
On Nov. 12, the world took notice when The International Energy Agency released its annual World Energy Outlook, which captured headlines worldwide with its prediction that by 2020 the U.S. would overtake Saudi Arabia as the largest global oil producer.
There is perhaps nothing more useless in investing than super-long-term predictions, which is illustrated by annual energy outlooks.
The recent projections for future energy consumption from Exxon Mobil’s report, “Outlook for Energy,” and the EIA’s “Annual Energy Ou
The International Energy Agency (IEA) recently released their annual World Energy Outlook report (the Executive Summary is available here as a PDF). Spoiler alert: the outlook isn't so good.
Here is a bit of good news. Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are projected to remain flat for the next three decades without federal caps on greenhouse gas emissions. The U.S. Energy Information Administration‘s (EIA) Annual Outlook (AEO) for 2013 shows annual CO2 emissions remaining more than 5% percent below the 2005 level until 2040. The [...]
[Editor's notes at the end.] The US Energy Information Administration has just released its “Annual Energy Outlook 2013” report with projections for US energy markets through to 2040. The report shows that growth in the country’s energy production is outpacing the growth of consumption. Show More Summary
Last month the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its annual long-term forecast, the World Energy Outlook (WEO). Its projection that US oil output would exceed that of Saudi Arabia within five years was featured in numerous headlines, although some of the report's other findings look equally consequential. Show More Summary
The Energy Information Administration (run by the Energy department) just released its initial Annual Energy Outlook for 2013. The big news: the agency sees Brent spot prices declining to $96 into 2015 — but then exploding to $163 in 2040. Here's the chart: And here are their assumptions: Average economic growth of 1.8 percent per year for major U.S. Show More Summary
The International Energy Agency (IEA) made headlines recently with the release of its annual World Energy Outlook report in which it predicted a monumental shift in global energy production through 2030. As with any major shift in the...Show More Summary
By Larry Smith: On November 12th the International Energy Agency released its annual publication World Energy Outlook 2012. The report compiles all the latest energy use and production data from around the world and then presents updated projections out to 2035 for future energy demand and production. Show More Summary
Globally, only two reports are published on an annual basis wherein the world’s energy situation is fully scrutinized. These have a huge impact because in many government and company decision boardrooms – at least in Western Europe - everything which is written inside the two reports are seen as the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. Show More Summary
The International Energy Agency released its key annual report, World Energy Outlook, today and in it, makes a number of striking forecasts about the profile of energy. And forecast is the right word – the IEA takes the pulse of energy markets as they stand today and projects them out to about 2035. Show More Summary
by Lorne Stockman, via Oil Change International The International Energy Agency released its annual flagship publication yesterday, the World Energy Outlook. The IEA made an historic statement in the executive summary. It said, “No more than one-third of proven reserves of fossil fuels can be consumed prior to 2050 if the world is to achieve [...]
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) provides very important forecasts of energy prices, consumption, efficiency and so forth. The EIA produces short, long term and annual outlooks that are widely regarded as among the best and most independent forecasts of the state of the nation’s energy use. The agency even has statutory authority to operate [...]