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IEA

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IEA says $48 trillion needed by 2035 to meet world’s energy needs 03 June 2014

More than $48 trillion must be invested by 2035 to meet global energy needs as current technologies go offline and demand rises in emerging nations, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in a report published on June 3. It warned that the expansion of the global gas market was unlikely to reduce prices significantly due to high transportation and infrastructure costs....

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US to overtake Saudi as top oil producer in 2016 - IEA 12 November 2013

The International Energy Agency (IEA) published a report on November 12 claiming that the United States will overtake Saudi Arabia and Russia to become the world's top oil producer by 2016. But this situation will only be temporary, the agency says, as by 2020 the oilfields of Texas and North Dakota will be declining, and the Middle East will regain its dominance....

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IEA sees ‘profound’ shift in global refining 14 December 2012

The International Energy Agency (IEA) says in its annual Medium-Term Oil Market Report that profound shifts in the regional distribution of oil demand and supply growth will redefine the refining industry and transform global oil trade over the next five years....

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Nuclear only part of Japan's problems 31 July 2011

The crisis at Japan's Fukushima power plant has sparked a national review of energy policy and turned public opinion largely against nuclear power, but Shinji Fujino of the International Energy Agency argues this is just a small part of the serious electricity supply challenge the country now faces....