International Energy Agency (IEA)

IEA Announce To Setup It First Southeast Asia Office In Singapore

International Energy Agency (IEA) recently announced the establishment an IEA Regional Cooperation Centre, in Singapore. It mentioned it to be IEA’s first office outside of its headquarters (HQ) in Paris, France. The announcement was made during the IEA’s 50th Anniversary Ministerial in Paris. IEA announcement, “This headquarter will work with all countries in Southeast Asia […]

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India Inches Closer To IEA Full Membership: Report

India, which first joined the International Energy Agency (IEA) family as an association country in 2017, is set to become its full-time member. Ministers from the International Energy Agency’s member countries recently announced their plans to start discussions with India on the Indian government’s request to become a full IEA member, recognising the country’s strategic […]

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Electricity Demand Growth Grew Fastest In India, China: IEA Report

A latest report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) said that electricity demand in 2023 plummeted in the United States and European countries. It, however, said that the power demand in India, China, and some South Asian countries grew rapidly. The global energy think tank attributed several reasons for the same. The report said that while China, […]

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E-Fuel Blending In EVs Can Reduce Fossil Fuel Dependence By 2028: IEA Estimates

A recent report by International Energy Agency (IEA) found that a combination of electric vehicles (EVs) and biofuels is anticipated to significantly reduce global oil demand. It’s estimated to offset 4 million barrels of oil-equivalent per day by 2028, constituting over 7% of the predicted oil demand for transportation. The IEA report on E-fuel mentioned, […]

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Solar Capital Cost 11 Times Higher In Developing Countries: IEA Report

A recent report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) finds that the cost of capital, required to make investment in solar energy in developing economies to be high. The report attributed this to the challenges such as, cost of capital in developing economies, less developed capital markets, fewer projects, and a lack of transparency around […]

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SaurEnergy Explains – CCS and CCUS: Promise or Pipe Dream in the Oil and Gas Industry?

Oil and gas companies have been leaders in CCUS (Carbon Capture, Utilisation & Storage) development. They operate five of the eight dedicated CO2 storage projects in operation and most of the existing CO2 pipelines. It’s marketed that the practice of capturing and storing carbon dioxide, rather than tackling the causes of the emissions themselves, could […]

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EV Price War: Ford Cuts Prices On Its F-150 Lightning Pickup

The softening in EV prices, driven by the correction in key raw material prices has reached the US markets with a jolt. Ford stretched the price war in the EV industry by announcing a sharp cut on the prices of its F-150 Lightning trucks on July 17. This includes a 17 per cent cut for […]

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From Potential to Progress: What Does Africa Renewable Energy Journey Look Like?

With 33 out of the world’s 47 least-developed countries nestled within its borders, and with more than half of the population in Africa having no access to electricity, the African continent stands as a veritable gold mine for those with a vision for progress in renewable energy. This article focuses on the progress made against […]

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