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Fatih Birol 51m
Big pleasure to be in Indonesia - a founding IEA Association member - to meet with Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Ignasius Jonan to discuss global, ASEAN and Indonesian energy priorities
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IEA 18h
Setting higher standards for cooling is one of the easiest steps governments can take to reduce the need for new power plants, cut emissions & reduce costs 🎥
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IEA 21h
What will the global system look like in 2040 if we continue on our current path?
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IEA Jul 14
In the next 5️⃣ years, the US 🇺🇸 will account for close to 3/4 of all LNG export growth & its market share will jump to 20%, from 4% today. Explore key findings from Gas 2018:
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IEA Jul 14
Interested in joining us at ? Check out our current open positions: ✅ Junior Energy Analyst – Economics of Power System Flexibility ✅ Junior Transport and Energy Analyst - Energy Technology Policy Find out more:
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IEA Jul 14
Sign-up for the launch webinar of World Energy Investment 2018 to learn about the key trends in energy sector investment & financing 🗓 Tuesday 17 July 🕜 14:00 CEST 👉
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IEA Jul 14
The share of renewables in OECD Europe reached a new high in April - with 42.5% of total electricity production coming from renewables, our latest detailed data shows. Download in PDF: Download in Excel:
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IEA Jul 13
World oil demand rose by 1.6% (or 1.5m barrels a day) in 2017, much higher than the annual average rate of 1% seen over the last decade
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IEA Jul 13
World electricity demand increased by 3.1% in 2017, significantly higher than the overall increase in energy demand. Together, China 🇨🇳 & India 🇮🇳 accounted for 70% of this growth
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IEA Jul 13
The second edition of our extended monthly electricity report is now live. Download the most comprehensive & timely monthly OECD generation data available for free today! In PDF: In Excel:
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IEA Jul 13
"The building sector represents about 30% of global final energy use, & its energy-savings potential is massive. For now, however, it represents a major missed opportunity" Read more from analyst John Dulac: 💬
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IEA Jul 13
Replying to @dejielect
Hi . We will share the link when it goes live on 17 July 👍
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IEA Jul 13
World Energy Investment 2018 provides a wealth of data & analysis for decision making by governments, the energy industry & financial institutions to set policy frameworks, implement business strategies, finance new projects & develop new tech. 🗓 Download for free on 17 July
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Fatih Birol Jul 13
Great to meet with Singapore Minister Mr Chan Chun Sing in Paris today. Two years on from welcoming Singapore into the family as an Association member, our cooperation continues to go from strength to strength |
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IEA Jul 13
Explore findings from our 2018 reports on: Oil Energy & CO2 trends Offshore energy Cooling Clean energy EVs Gas
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IEA Jul 13
"In power generation & industry, a robust carbon price tends to drive deployment of low-carbon fuels, increased efficiency, CCS & early retirement of high-emission assets." 💬 Read more from IEA analysts Anita Hafner, Peter Janoska & Caroline Lee 👇
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IEA Jul 12
Renewables saw the highest rate of growth of any energy source in 2017, and now account for 25% of global electricity generation
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IEA Jul 12
Output from nuclear plants rose by 26 TWh in 2017, as a significant amount of new nuclear capacity saw its first full year of operation
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IEA Jul 12
While global energy-related CO2 emissions grew by 1.4% in 2017, this increase was not universal. While most major economies saw a rise, the biggest decline came from the US, mainly because of higher deployment of
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Fatih Birol Jul 12
Our July is out now: there are indications that production is climbing, but the large number of disruptions reminds us of the pressure on global oil supply
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