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This puts us on a difficult and dangerous trajectory, Birol said. If we don't do anything between now and 2020, it will be very difficult because there will be a lot of carbon already in the atmosphere and the energy infrastructure will be locked in.
Background briefing documents for the European Council were heavily skewed towards an agenda of energy price differentials and the promotion of unconventional fuels such as shale gas. In this context, the six references to energy efficiency and eight
Rising US shale oil production will help meet most of the world's new oil demand in the next five years, even if the global economy picks up steam, leaving little room for Opec to lift output without risking lower prices, the West's energy agency
Robert Johnson The International Energy Agency (IEA) has the latest version of its Medium-Term Oil Market Report, and it pays note to the supply shock emanating from North America, and that it could mean markets. The report uses very dramatic
There's not much to suggest the European natural gas market will make dramatic gains any time soon, the International Energy Agency said. The IEA said in its monthly journal that European countries consumed 8 percent more natural gas in 2010, erasing
It's possible for mining operations in Scotland to continue even after Scottish Coal went into liquidation, Scottish First Minister Fergus Ewing said. Nearly 600 employees were put out of work after Scottish Coal was put into liquidation.
These days, it is accepted that global warming has been consigned to a seat in the waiting room while the EU tends to a chronic economic crisis that has threatened the single currency and increased unemployment. Tuesday's vote is only the latest
The push to produce more energy from renewable sources has stalled, and the average unit of energy produced today is basically as dirty as it was 20 years ago, according to Maria van der Hoeven, executive director of the International Energy Agency,
The level of carbon emitted in global energy supplies has barely changed in 20 years amid stalled efforts to curb pollution and increased coal use, the International Energy Agency said. A boom in renewable technologies such as wind and solar and the
As the crude market continues to show considerable volatility, price gyrations are prompting another round of concerns over supply and production...But whenever we have some issues on the demand side, attention shifts to the supply currently