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Europe energy policy long-term outlook 2018: Short-term pain, long-term gain

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15 August 2018

Europe energy policy long-term outlook 2018: Short-term pain, long-term gain

Report summary

Europe's declining gas production and increasing reliance on imports has led the EU to develop a number of strategies to mitigate risks as energy regulation is consolidated at a European level. Two overarching objectives drive the EU's energy strategies: addressing long-term security of supply and climate issues. EU policies encourage a fully integrated internal energy market, namely for gas and power, eyeing the removal of regulatory obstacles and developing a comprehensive network of interconnecting infrastructure. 2020 targets to achieve emissions reductions, improved energy efficiency and increased renewables' share in the region's energy mix are likely to be met. But progression towards more ambitious 2030 goals has been mixed. This is part of a package of new Europe gas reports detailing our latest long-term outlook. Look out for more on: demand; infrastructure; prices; supply; imports and contracts, and our briefing pack.

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This report includes 4 images and tables including:

  • EU emissions and EU 2020/2030 emissions targets
  • EU ETS and non-ETS emissions reduction target versus Wood Mackenzie outlook – 2017-2030
  • Renewables share in power output – EU target versus Wood Mackenzie EU forecast
  • Renewables share in power output breakdown – EU 28

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