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World oil consumption will increase less quickly than expected this year and next as the pace of global economic growth slows, the International Energy Agency
(IEA) said on Tuesday.
LONDON: The International Energy Agency
said Monday the amount of oil to be made available under its plan to release 60 million barrels to offset the disruption to Libyan supplies would be slightly less than earlier stated.
The Workshop is being hosted by PPPL in the framework of the International Energy Agency
(IEA) Implementing Agreement for Cooperation in Development of the Stellarator Concept.
Byline: International Energy Agency
estimates country's compliance with Opec cuts at 94%.
The first Vanir project will be a solar thermal installation at Fletcher Business Park; the project will be the largest installation of solar thermal heating and cooling technology in the world, according to the International Energy Agency
Fatih Birol, of the International Energy Agency
, also told the Taoiseach alternative technologies are needed.
The upside was limited by International Energy Agency
forecasts for a more comfortable supply outlook next year.
This new publication, launched by the International Energy Agency
(IEA) in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), assesses the energy situation in the Western Balkan countries and the challenges linked to reform and reconstruction.
Energy: A recent report by the International Energy Agency
(IEA) outlines approaches to two scenarios for cutting global carbon dioxide levels by 2050.
LONDON: World oil demand will rise less than expected this year because of record prices and slower growth in the US and elsewhere, the International Energy Agency
6 million barrels of oil a day represents 9 percent of world oil output, according to the International Energy Agency
, the Paris-based energy watch-dog for industrialized countries.