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Asia will "need every bit of Australia's energy exports...coal, gas and maybe even uranium": Fatih Birol. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Surging energy demand in Asia will deliver ''a golden age'' for the Australian economy but also set the world on a path
The International Energy Agency says China and India are becoming the world's main drivers of energy demand as the United States continues to boost its domestic production of oil and gas. The IEA's executive director, Maria van der Hoeven, says Asia'
With growing energy demand in Asia and coming challenges in the global market, industry and governments need to work together to find solutions to tackle the "energy trilemma" of energy equity, energy security, and environmental sustainability, said
Mumbai: International Energy Agency estimates the Southeast Asia’s net oil imports to accelerate to more than double rate by 2035 to meet the burgeoning energy demands. As per the IEA anticipation, the demand index if
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As children throughout the United States head back to school, it's a good time to remember that schoolchildren throughout Africa often attend schools with no electricity. In areas that do have the utility, frequent power outages are a constant
Topics Iraqi workers walk through the Nassiriya oilfield in Nassiriya, 300 km (185 miles) southeast of Baghdad,September 8, 2012. Global oil supplies look comfortable despite a massive outage in Libyan output and oil prices could see some downward
Fatih Birol a chief economist at the International Energy Agency (IEA) said that Turkey's also being eyed as a possible overland route to European markets, only adding to the need for domestic investment. There's currently a debate about how to
OIL prices have risen after a run of losses and as China posted upbeat industrial output data that bolstered the outlook for the world's top energy consumer...Brent North Sea crude for delivery in November climbed $US1.45 cents to stand at $US106.11
An employee of the state-run South Oil Company (SOC) walks near a new oil storage tank near the southern city of Basra January 14, 2013...The agency, adviser to developed economies on energy policy, said violence and maintenance was limiting oil