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Stamford Advocate
Baby Boomers could irreversibly ruin the planet for Millennials — and the clock is tickingcleaner energy. Plus, the cost of such a transition would be far cheaper than
Stamford Advocate / Posted 27 minutes ago
cleaner energy. Plus, the cost of such a transition would be far cheaper than the alternative. A 2014 report by the International Energy Agency estimated that transitioning away from fossil fuels by 2050 would cost the world $44 trillion.... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Baby Boomers could irreversibly ruin the planet for Millennials — and the clock is tickingcleaner energy. Plus, the cost of such a transition would be far cheaper than
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 5 hours ago
cleaner energy. Plus, the cost of such a transition would be far cheaper than the alternative. A 2014 report by the International Energy Agency estimated that transitioning away from fossil fuels by 2050 would cost the world $44 trillion.... Read more
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The Mercury News
For Tesla, Model 3 marks a big push and a big testelectric vehicle market continues to grow, although the rate of expansion has s
The Mercury News / Posted 7 hours ago
electric vehicle market continues to grow, although the rate of expansion has slowed in the past two years. The International Energy Agency estimated the worldwide electric car fleet swelled from 1 million in 2015 to 2 million last... Read more
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Salon.com
Myths and facts to know ahead of Rick Perry’s study on the electrical grid and renewable energyAdvanced Energy Economy Institute, the educational affiliate of the trade group
Salon.com / Posted 19 hours ago
Advanced Energy Economy Institute, the educational affiliate of the trade group Advanced Energy Economy.A 2014 study by the International Energy Agency found, in the words of the Solar Energy Industries Association, that “most countries can achieve... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
This week in finance: Rising dollar and low inflation remain the focus for RBAand non-OPEC signatories to the price-limiting production deal meet in Russia o
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
and non-OPEC signatories to the price-limiting production deal meet in Russia on Monday amid reports from the International Energy Agency the level of compliance in the 1.8 million barrel a day cut is wavering. Ecuador has just bailed... Read more
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Business Insider
Baby Boomers could irreversibly ruin the planet for Millennials — and the clock is tickingcleaner energy. Plus, the cost of such a transition would be far cheaper than
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
cleaner energy. Plus, the cost of such a transition would be far cheaper than the alternative. A 2014 report by the International Energy Agency estimated that transitioning away from fossil fuels by 2050 would cost the world $44 trillion.... Read more
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Business Wire
Residential Backup Power Marketeconomies of Asia and Africa, there is a huge disparity in the demand for and s
Business Wire / Posted 2 days ago
economies of Asia and Africa, there is a huge disparity in the demand for and supply of power. According to the US International Energy Agency, more than half a billion people, increasingly concentrated in the rural areas of sub-Saharan... Read more
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FOX News
Panda-shaped solar power plant opens in Chinaof capacity added, according to Bloomberg. China added 34.5 gigawatts of solar
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
of capacity added, according to Bloomberg. China added 34.5 gigawatts of solar capacity throughout all of 2016, the International Energy Agency reported. As the country's growth in solar continues, its focus on sustainability has... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
OPEC, Russia to Stand Pat on Oil Deal Even as Glut Persistsforecasts that the measures would reduce the world’s bloated oil inventories, t
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
forecasts that the measures would reduce the world’s bloated oil inventories, that doesn’t seem to be happening, the International Energy Agency said on July 13. The agreement between OPEC and its allies was undermined before it even... Read more
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Reuters
UAE energy minister hopes global oil markets begin to tighten in second halfEcuador, Gabon, Iraq, the UAE and Venezuela offset strong compliance from Saudi
Reuters / Posted 2 days ago
Ecuador, Gabon, Iraq, the UAE and Venezuela offset strong compliance from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar and Angola, the International Energy Agency said last week. "The UAE is committed to its cut," Mazroui said. "We have seen some increase in... Read more
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New Kerala
Sampoerna Inaugurates Solar Power Generation System in Karawang and Surabaya - newkerala news #256056in the equator line, the archipelago benefits from large amounts of sun-intensi
New Kerala / Posted 2 days ago
in the equator line, the archipelago benefits from large amounts of sun-intensity. According to a 2015 report by the International Energy Agency, the nation holds solar energy potential of approximately 1,200 GW, while only 1 GW of power will... Read more
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The Irish Times
OPEC supply cuts appear to have failed ahead of meetingforecasts that the measures would reduce the world’s bloated oil inventories, t
The Irish Times / Posted 2 days ago
forecasts that the measures would reduce the world’s bloated oil inventories, that doesn’t seem to be happening, the International Energy Agency said on July 13th. The pact faces a further challenge as Nigeria and Libya, which were exempt... Read more
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The Star
Oil plods to weekly gain as OPEC faces dilemma in St. Petersburglevel since January 2012 as the world’s biggest oil exporter kept a lid on prod
The Star / Posted 2 days ago
level since January 2012 as the world’s biggest oil exporter kept a lid on production and U.S. stockpiles have shown signs of decline. Still, the International Energy Agency said earlier this month that global supplies remain bloated. - B... Read more
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Market Watch
How OPEC committee’s coming meeting could make or break oil pricesto 97.46 million barrels a day in June because of increased output from OPEC an
Market Watch / Posted 3 days ago
to 97.46 million barrels a day in June because of increased output from OPEC and non-OPEC producers such as the U.S., the International Energy Agency Agency said in a report earlier this month. “U.S. oil producers continue to find ways to earn... Read more
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Business Standard India
Q&A: Michael Waldron, Energy Investment Analyst, International Energy Agency'India needs to invest in energy mix & power networks'The Paris-based inter-governmental International Energy Agency (IEA) has in its
Business Standard India / Posted 3 days ago
The Paris-based inter-governmental International Energy Agency (IEA) has in its latest report indicated a decline in investment in the oil and gas sector for a second year and increase in energy efficiency and energy networks. India, it says, is the... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Total in talks with Myanmar to build power plant, bring LNGhad electricity consumption of about 217 kilowatt hours per person in 2014, acc
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 3 days ago
had electricity consumption of about 217 kilowatt hours per person in 2014, according to data from the World Bank and the International Energy Agency. That’s less than a tenth of the amount of power consumed per capita in neighbouring... Read more
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Income Investors
EPD Stock: Earn a 6% Yield From This Top Dividend Stockon America’s natural gas boom, for starters. New drilling techniques have unloc
Income Investors / Posted 3 days ago
on America’s natural gas boom, for starters. New drilling techniques have unlocked vast amounts of energy. Analysts at the International Energy Agency project the United States could become the world’s largest exporter of natural gas by 2020,... Read more
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WA Today
Woodside brushes off looming Qatar competitioninfrastructure and coal seam gas-to-LNG projects that need continuous capital s
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
infrastructure and coal seam gas-to-LNG projects that need continuous capital spending to drill new wells, he said. The International Energy Agency last week forecast the United States would become the world's second largest LNG exporter by the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Woodside brushes off looming Qatar competitioninfrastructure and coal seam gas-to-LNG projects that need continuous capital s
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
infrastructure and coal seam gas-to-LNG projects that need continuous capital spending to drill new wells, he said. The International Energy Agency last week forecast the United States would become the world's second largest LNG exporter by the... Read more
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The Age
Woodside brushes off looming Qatar competitioncapital spending to drill new wells, he said. Get the latest news and updates
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
capital spending to drill new wells, he said. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The International Energy Agency last week forecast the United States would become the world's second largest LNG exporter by the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Woodside brushes off looming Qatar competitioncapital spending to drill new wells, he said. Get the latest news and updates
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
capital spending to drill new wells, he said. Get the latest news and updates emailed straight to your inbox. The International Energy Agency last week forecast the United States would become the world's second largest LNG exporter by the... Read more
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International Business Times
Ecuador defies Opec and increases oil production other Opec members are also pumping more than they should. At the recently conc
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
other Opec members are also pumping more than they should. At the recently concluded World Petroleum Congress (WPC), the International Energy Agency put Opec compliance at 78% in June, a six-month low, after running as high as 106% at one... Read more
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The Hill
Perry on key electric grid study: ‘I haven’t seen it yet’by the decline of traditional baseload power sources. Perry, appearing with Fa
The Hill / Posted 5 days ago
by the decline of traditional baseload power sources. Perry, appearing with Fatih Birol, the executive director of the International Energy Agency, also committed Tuesday to continue greening the American energy sector, even as the Trump... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Will Perry's look into grid reliability slam renewablesare eagerly waiting to see what comes of it. With Perry scheduled to speak alon
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 5 days ago
are eagerly waiting to see what comes of it. With Perry scheduled to speak alongside Fatih Biro, executive director of the International Energy Agency, in Washington Tuesday morning, insiders will be watching for clues as to how the study ended... Read more
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The Hill
Draft grid study blames low demand for power plant closuresof the Interior and EPA bill later this week. ON TAP TUESDAY II: Perry and Fat
The Hill / Posted 5 days ago
of the Interior and EPA bill later this week. ON TAP TUESDAY II: Perry and Fatih Birol, the executive director of the International Energy Agency, will hold a press conference at the National Press Club. Rest of Tuesday's agenda ... A... Read more
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Zero Hedge
US Shale Production Just Hit A New All Time Highmarket share. Worse news is that shale is just getting started: both the Energ
Zero Hedge / Posted 6 days ago
market share. Worse news is that shale is just getting started: both the Energy Information Administration, OPEC and the International Energy Agency have chronically underestimated the contribution of U.S. crude oil supplies in their forecasts.... Read more
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Business Standard India
BPCL expects green nod for Rs 2-lakh-crore mega refinery in Konkan belt2017, the country currently had a refining capacity of 232.066 million tonne, w
Business Standard India / Posted 6 days ago
2017, the country currently had a refining capacity of 232.066 million tonne, which exceeded the demand of 194.2 million tonne in 2016-17 fiscal. The International Energy Agency estimates the domestic oil demand to reach 458 million tonne b... Read more
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FOX Business
These 3 Numbers Suggest Oil Might be Due for an Unexpectedly Big Bouncebe great news for oil stocks since they should ride that wave higher. Demand g
FOX Business / Posted 6 days ago
be great news for oil stocks since they should ride that wave higher. Demand growth is accelerating In mid-July, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its monthly oil market report. One of the numbers that stood out in that report... Read more
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FOX Business
These 3 Numbers Suggest Oil Might be Due for an Unexpectedly Big Bouncebe great news for oil stocks since they should ride that wave higher. Demand g
FOX Business / Posted 6 days ago
be great news for oil stocks since they should ride that wave higher. Demand growth is accelerating In mid-July, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released its monthly oil market report. One of the numbers that stood out in that report... Read more
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The Economic Times
BPCL expects to complete work for Rs 2-lakh crore mega refinery in 4 years2017, the country currently had a refining capacity of 232.066 million tonne, w
The Economic Times / Posted 6 days ago
2017, the country currently had a refining capacity of 232.066 million tonne, which exceeded the demand of 194.2 million tonne in 2016-17 fiscal. The International Energy Agency estimates the domestic oil demand to reach 458 million tonne b... Read more
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IAfrica South African Business News
Electric car boom won't spell 'end of oil'use of electric cars is set to grow in the coming years, but this will not spel
IAfrica South African Business News / Posted 6 days ago
use of electric cars is set to grow in the coming years, but this will not spell the end of demand for oil, the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday. IEA executive director Fatih Birol told Agence France-Presse in an... Read more
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CBC.ca
The electric vehicle revolution is coming, but is the infrastructure in place to maintain it?global stock of registered electric vehicles surpassed the two million mark las
CBC.ca / Posted 6 days ago
global stock of registered electric vehicles surpassed the two million mark last year, according to a report from the International Energy Agency, with 95 per cent of sales coming from 10 countries, including Canada. Canada's EV sales were up... Read more
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The Economic Times
West Coast Refinery's complex to cost Rs 2.7 lakh crore: Dharmendra PradhanUS and China, has a refining capacity of 232.066 MT, which exceeded the demand
The Economic Times / Posted 6 days ago
US and China, has a refining capacity of 232.066 MT, which exceeded the demand of 194.2 MT in 2016-17. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), this demand is expected to reach 458 MT by 2040. Besides the West Coast Refinery and... Read more
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TheBull
OPEC: Can it ride out the storm?are strong, stubborn and as a result we are here today with prices that are stu
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
are strong, stubborn and as a result we are here today with prices that are stuck... where they were six months ago," said International Energy Agency (IEA) director Fatih Birol. "It will be a very, very difficult six months for the oil industry,... Read more
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Market Watch
Crude prices start the week on an upbeat notepositive [of] the condition of the oil market,” said ANZ Research. An increase
Market Watch / Posted 6 days ago
positive [of] the condition of the oil market,” said ANZ Research. An increase in projected oil demand from the International Energy Agency also helped fuel near-5% price gains last week. “We can see there are some encouraging changes,”... Read more
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asianage
BPCL buys US oil for first time; purchases Mars, Poseidonamount of Middle East medium, sour crude. Global oil output in June is 1.2 mil
asianage / Posted 6 days ago
amount of Middle East medium, sour crude. Global oil output in June is 1.2 million barrels per day above a year ago, the International Energy Agency said on Thursday in its latest monthly report. "We are also looking at buying low sulphur oil... Read more
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Herald Sun
Oil gains on signs of higher China demandLibya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also
Herald Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Libya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also fell to just 78 per cent, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Kuwait's OPEC governor told Reuters in an interview that it would be premature to cap... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Oil gains on signs of higher China demandLibya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also
Adelaide Now / Posted 6 days ago
Libya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also fell to just 78 per cent, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Kuwait's OPEC governor told Reuters in an interview that it would be premature to cap... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Oil gains on signs of higher China demandLibya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also
The Courier Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Libya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also fell to just 78 per cent, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Kuwait's OPEC governor told Reuters in an interview that it would be premature to cap... Read more
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News.com.au
Oil gains on signs of higher China demandLibya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
Libya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also fell to just 78 per cent, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Kuwait's OPEC governor told Reuters in an interview that it would be premature to cap... Read more
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The Economic Times
Bharat Petroleum makes its first US oil purchase, buys Mars, Poseidonamount of Middle East medium, sour crude. Global oil output in June is 1.2 mil
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
amount of Middle East medium, sour crude. Global oil output in June is 1.2 million barrels per day above a year ago, the International Energy Agency said on Thursday in its latest monthly report. "We are also looking at buying low sulphur oil... Read more
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The Economic Times
OPEC: Can it ride out the storm?are strong, stubborn and as a result we are here today with prices that are stu
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
are strong, stubborn and as a result we are here today with prices that are stuck... where they were six months ago," said International Energy Agency (IEA) director Fatih Birol. "It will be a very, very difficult six months for the oil industry,... Read more
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The Economic Times
OPEC: Can it ride out the storm?are strong, stubborn and as a result we are here today with prices that are stu
The Economic Times / Posted 7 days ago
are strong, stubborn and as a result we are here today with prices that are stuck... where they were six months ago," said International Energy Agency (IEA) director Fatih Birol. "It will be a very, very difficult six months for the oil industry,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Oil extends advance on optimism demandin such bad shape. Futures climbed 1 per cent in New York Friday, pushing pric
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
in such bad shape. Futures climbed 1 per cent in New York Friday, pushing prices to a weekly gain of 5.2 per cent. The International Energy Agency said that demand is climbing faster than initially estimated, and the US government reported... Read more
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The Star
Oil price up 1%, posts weekly gain of 5%Libya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also f
The Star / Posted 8 days ago
Libya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also fell to just 78 percent, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Kuwait's OPEC governor told Reuters in an interview that it would be premature to cap... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
So, let's talk green: Doctors advice Vitamin-D, Planets advice Vitaminlevels in India are not about to come down in a hurry as 60% of the electricity
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
levels in India are not about to come down in a hurry as 60% of the electricity generation is still from burning coal. The International Energy Agency estimates that by the end of the decade, India will move ahead of the U.S. to be the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Oil extends advance on optimism demandin such bad shape. Futures climbed 1 per cent in New York Friday, pushing pric
Brisbane Times / Posted 8 days ago
in such bad shape. Futures climbed 1 per cent in New York Friday, pushing prices to a weekly gain of 5.2 per cent. The International Energy Agency said that demand is climbing faster than initially estimated, and the US government reported... Read more
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FOX Business
Oil pushes higher, boosted by US stockpile dataLibya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also f
FOX Business / Posted 8 days ago
Libya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also fell to just 78 percent, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Kuwait's OPEC governor told Reuters in an interview that it would be premature to cap... Read more
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FOX Business
Oil pushes higher, boosted by US stockpile dataLibya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also f
FOX Business / Posted 8 days ago
Libya and Nigeria, which are exempt. June compliance among other members also fell to just 78 percent, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Kuwait's OPEC governor told Reuters in an interview that it would be premature to cap... Read more
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The Age
Oil extends advance on optimism demandin such bad shape. Futures climbed 1 per cent in New York Friday, pushing pric
The Age / Posted 8 days ago
in such bad shape. Futures climbed 1 per cent in New York Friday, pushing prices to a weekly gain of 5.2 per cent. The International Energy Agency said that demand is climbing faster than initially estimated, and the US government reported... Read more
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