Energy Pulse: The IEA’s outlook to 2040

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15 November 2019

Energy Pulse: The IEA’s outlook to 2040

Report summary

The latest edition of the International Energy Agency’s flagship World Energy Outlook highlighted its concern that the world is “well off track from the aim of a secure and sustainable energy future”. The IEA’s projections show it takes a relatively cautious view compared to Wood Mackenzie on the potential for energy efficiency improvements and the outlook for US LNG exports. In other news, Saudi Aramco issued the prospectus for its IPO, the European Investment Bank agreed to stop lending for fossil fuels, and China’s premier emphasised the importance of coal for the country’s energy security. In Bolivia, holder of one of the world’s largest lithium reserves, the president has been ousted.

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This report includes 3 images and tables including:

  • World primary energy demand by fuel and related carbon dioxide emission by scenario
  • Change in gas supply balance by region in the Stated Policies Scenario 2018-2040
  • In Asia Pacific we still see major role for coal power in project pipeline

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