Shift in demand over next two decades must not upset balance of global energy security
Supplying the world’s energy must be done in a sustainable way, IEA Executive Director says during visit to Saudi Arabia
30 November 2011
Russia must invest USD 100 billion a year to meet domestic and international demand for its energy resources
IEA's World Energy Outlook 2011 focuses on worlds largest oil and gas producer, finds huge potential for improving energy efficiency.
16 November 2011
Efforts to restore oil production in Libya are progressing faster than anticipated
Going forward, the timing and pace of the production increases will hinge on the state of supporting infrastructure, such as pipelines and refineries.
15 November 2011
G20 leaders endorse IEA report on deployment of clean energy and energy efficiency technologies
While positive progress has been made with clean energy technologies, the world is still largely dependent on fossil fuels to satisfy growth in global energy demand.
10 November 2011
World Energy Outlook 2011 launched in London
At a press conference in London, the IEA Executive Director Maria van der Hoeven and Chief Economist Fatih Birol presented the results of the IEA World Energy Outlook 2011 (WEO).
9 November 2011
IEA Statement on early reports on 2011 World Energy Outlook
4 November 2011
IEA Chief Economist delivers keynote speech at B20 Business Summit
Fatih Birol focusses on worldwide access to energy, fossil fuel subsidies and investment in energy infrastructure
2 November 2011
World Energy Outlook 2011
Without a bold change of policy direction, the world will lock itself into an insecure, inefficient and high-carbon energy system
9 November 2011