International Energy Agency


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International Energy Agency

(IEA)
An organization committed to energy policies around the world. The goal is to ensure a cost-effective and dependable renewable energy system for a country’s citizens through their commitment to energy security, economic development, and environmental protection.
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37) "Topics-Energy Security," International Energy Agency, January 15, 2015.
25 million barrels per day, with the country's compliance with the supply cuts announced earlier by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) estimated at 94 per cent by the Paris-based International Energy Agency (IEA) show.
World oil demand growth will slow in 2009 and the need for oil from the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries will fall, the International Energy Agency said in its monthly report.
416, ISBN 978-92-64-04218-6, 100, can be ordered from IEA Books, International Energy Agency, 9, rue de la Federation 75739 Paris Cedex 15.
As Michael Klare reports in The Nation, such mainstream sources as the National Petroleum Council (NPC) and the International Energy Agency (IEA) are sounding the alarm about the difficulties of meeting the expanding petroleum demand, IEA predicts that world oil consumption will rise from 86 million barrels per day in 2007 to 96 million by 2012, driven in part by the voracious appetites of India and China.
Poland is set to join the International Energy Agency (IEA) following the approval, on 3 October, by the agency's Governing Board of the Polish accession request.
An International Energy Agency report issued in November 2006 estimates that China will overtake the United States as the largest producer of carbon dioxide by 2010, a decade sooner than earlier studies projected.
The International Energy Agency, for example, notes that while energy demand over the first three decades of this century is projected to grow by 60 percent, the expected growth of renewables will only meet 15 percent of that increase (and leave unaffected the already excessive GHG emissions associated with current energy generation).
In November 2005, the International Energy Agency, an organization created in 1974 by 26 industrialized countries to assess global energy issues, released its annual World Energy Outlook report, which accepted the USGS numbers and concluded that "the world's energy resources are adequate to meet projected growth in energy demand" until at least 2030.
BELGIUM should better prepare for its goal of phasing out nuclear power between 2015 and 2025, an International Energy Agency (IEA) assessment has concluded.
The cost of a barrel of US light crude reached $66 in New York yesterday after the International Energy Agency said output by non-OPEC producers was falling short of expectations.
3 million barrels a day in May, according to the International Energy Agency.

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