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08 November 2019

The week in energy

Report summary

Equinor set out a view of how to limit global warming, and warned that the world was not on track to achieve that goal, but said it would keep investing in renewable energy even so. The US confirmed its withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement. A warning from Chesapeake Energy felt like a sign of an end of an era in the shale industry. Saudi Aramco launched its long-awaited IPO. And the IEA explained how as people get richer they want more living space, and why that is bad news for energy efficiency.

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  • What is the need for new oil and gas investments?
  • Unilateral costs and domestic net benefits of $50/ton carbon tax in 2030, selected countries (percent of GDP)
  • Average residential per capita floor area vs. GDP in selected countries, 2010-15-18

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