World Energy Outlook 2010
Energy-sector perspectives to 2035
• What will it take to meet climate goals defined in the 2009 Copenhagen Accords?
• How might government climate action affect the world's oil markets?
• What would change if inefficient fossil-fuel subsidies were phased out?
• How far will Asia's dynamic economies shape tomorrow’s global energy landscape?
• What role will renewables play in a clean, secure energy future?
• Will trends in Caspian energy markets have major effects on global energy supply?
• What are the prospects for unconventional oil?
• How can universal access to modern fuels become a reality?
IEA’s World Energy Outlook (WEO 2010) addresses these questions and a host of other pressing energy-sector issues against a backdrop of ongoing uncertainty, not least over the pace of global economic recovery. Consult the WEO 2010 table of contents.
A new scenario in the IEA's WEO 2010 models effects of the broad policy commitments and plans that have been announced by countries around the world for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions and phasing out fossil-energy subsidies.
This year’s IEA flagship publication takes a long, cool look at effects of government policies on energy technology RD&D, on prices of energy services and on energy users’ behaviour patterns. It looks at the gas glut and how long this is likely to dominate energy markets, as well as the prospects for unconventional oil.
With extensive updated data, projections and analysis, WEO 2010 provides invaluable insights into how the world's energy systems could evolve over the next quarter of a century. This book is essential reading for anyone with a stake in the energy sector.
IEA World Energy Outlook 2010
Over 700 pages of analysis, more than 400 figures/tables.
For more about the IEA’s World Energy Outlook 2010, click here. The Outlook can be purchased in various formats, including pdf for multi-users. Click here to order.
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