INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY
Oil slides as IEA predicts surplus, Libya disruption concerns fade
Brent crude was down 30 cents, or 0.5 per cent, at $64.29 a barrel at 0731 GMT.
Oil and gas firms invest less than 1% in green energy
While certain oil and gas majors have sought to burnish their green credentials, overal...
UK looks to offshore wind energy for transition to carbon neutrality
Britain, a global leader in offshore wind energy, plans to make the sect...
International Energy Agency urges India to adopt NITI Aayog's National Energy Policy
According to the International Energy Agency, energy research, development and deployment (RD&D) can be a strong enabler of India’s energy policy goals.
IEA slams India's gas pricing policy, says it reduces incentives for producers to raise supply
The country's current practices have reduced incentives for producers to raise supplies, it said.
Ample supplies, weak global demand growth to cap oil prices in 2020: IEA
Oil prices cooled quickly after the threat of war in the Gulf receded
Asia is set to support global coal demand for the next 5 years: IEA
According to IEA, the weakness in coal demand this year results mainly from coal-fired electricity generation, which is set to experience its largest ever decline – over 250 terawatt hours (TWh), or more than 2.5%. This drop is led by double-digit falls in the United States and Europe, according to Coal 2019, released on Tuesday and contains forecasts through 2024.
For some time, Brent to trade at over $64 and WTI around $59: Vandana Hari
The market would not have expected an actual real additional cut and that was the bigger surprise when the announcement came out late Friday Vienna time, that the ministers had decided that the additional voluntary cut by Saudi would remain in place and on top of it, another half a million barrel per day will be withdrawn from the market.
Oil prices gain as market awaits signals on trade talks
Oil is down 14% since an April peak as the spat between Beijing and Washington over trade dents demand and global inventories swell.
Renewables are booming, but not fast enough to cap greenhouse emissions
The IEA’s report tracks the different paths the world can take, with government policies shaping the energy industry. While clean energy leaves some reason for optimism, the gap is widening between what scientists say is necessary and how industry’s energy needs are evolving.
India to see $118 bn investment in oil, gas sector in next few years: Pradhan
Speaking at the India Energy Forum of CERAWeek conference here, oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan said India's energy transition level is in line with global trends.
International Energy Agency praises Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana
Launched by Modi on May 1, 2016, in Ballia, Uttar Pradesh, Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana (PMUY) aims to safeguard the health of women and children by providing free cooking gas (LPG) connection to poor families.
Nuclear power can play a major role in fast-tracking decarbonisation
A report titled United in Science concluded that cuts in greenhouse gas emissions need to increase by between three and five times to limit the damaging effects of climate change.
View: World's oil security blanket has been torched
Holding all of the world’s spare production capacity in one place has always been a risk.
Watch: IEA congratulates PM Modi for Ujjwala success
Dr Fatih Birol, Executive Director of International Energy Agency (IEA) congratulated Prime Minister narendra Modi for successful implementa...
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