The IEA issued two important reports in late 2016, brief overviews of which are provided below.
World Energy Investment 2016 (WEI-2016)
In September 2016, the IEA issued their report, “World Energy Investment 2016,” which, they state, is intended to addresses the following key questions:
- What was the level of investment in the global energy system in 2015? Which countries attracted the most capital?
- What fuels and technologies received the most investment and which saw the biggest changes?
- How is the low fuel price environment affecting spending in upstream oil and gas, renewables and energy efficiency? What does this mean for energy security?
- Are current investment trends consistent with the transition to a low-carbon energy system?
- How are technological progress, new business models and key policy drivers such as the Paris Climate Agreement reshaping investment?
The following IEA graphic summarizes key findings in WEI-2016 (click on the graphic to enlarge):
You can download the Executive Summary of WEI-2016 at the following link:
At this link, you also can order an individual copy of the complete report for a price (between €80 – €120).
You also can download a slide presentation on WEI 2016 at the following link:
World Energy Outlook 2016 (WEO-2016)
The IEA issued their report, “World Energy Outlook 2016,” in November 2016. The report addresses the expected transformation of the global energy mix through 2040 as nations attempt to meet national commitments made in the Paris Agreement on climate change, which entered into force on 4 November 2016.
You can download the Executive Summary of WEO-2016 at the following link:
At this link, you also can order an individual copy of the complete report for a price (between €120 – €180).
The following IEA graphic summarizes key findings in WEO-2016 (click on the graphic to enlarge):