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Macroeconomics, risk and global trends outlook reports

23 February 2017

Carbon emissions and asset maturity: the ageing process

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Carbon emissions and asset maturity: the ageing process

The carbon emissions targets set by the Paris Agreement look set to have far-reaching implications for long-term corporate strategies. As the oil a...

03 April 2017

Commodity Analytics Briefing: Tougher control on pollution in Beijing and nearby regions

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Commodity Analytics Briefing: Tougher control on pollution in Beijing and nearby regions

On 29 March 2016 (Wednesday), our China research team hosted a Commodity Analytics Briefing which includes below topics: Coal to gas/power switchin...

20 December 2016

Colombia's peace deal finds its footing

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Colombia's peace deal finds its footing

While the referendum in support of a peace accord with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia(FARC) failed in October, President Juan Manuel Sa...

10 July 2014

Energy View to 2030: A comparison to IEA, BP, ExxonMobil, EIA and OPEC

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Energy View to 2030: A comparison to IEA, BP, ExxonMobil, EIA and OPEC

In this presentation, we present a comparison of Wood Mackenzie’s Energy View to 2030, versus similar outlooks published by the IEA, BP, and ExxonM...

23 July 2015

Energy View to 2035 highlights: regional outlook, supply & trade balances

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Energy View to 2035 highlights: regional outlook, supply & trade balances

Highlights from the forthcoming Energy View to 2035: an integrated long-term global perspective on the evolution of energy demand, supply and trade...

24 May 2017

Energy View to 2035: A comparison to IEA NP, BP, and ExxonMobil

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Energy View to 2035: A comparison to IEA NP, BP, and ExxonMobil

Consensus across forecasts that oil is the largest source of energy supply, followed by gas, then coal. Outlooks disagree on when – or if – we will...

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