Paris, 26 October 2022 (TDI): International Energy Agency (IEA) is set to launch the World Energy Outlook for the ongoing year on 27 October 2022.
World Energy Outlook examines a range of projections for the global energy system, summarizing key implications for global energy consumption, emissions, and geopolitics.
Tomorrow, we’re releasing World Energy Outlook 2022 🚨
Watch along from 11:00 CEST ⬇️
— International Energy Agency (@IEA) October 26, 2022
About World Energy Outlook 2022
World Energy Outlook (WEO) provides critical analysis and insights on trends in the demand and supply of energy. It also tends to focus on energy security, environmental protection, and economic development.
Amid the first global energy crisis triggered by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the World Energy Outlook 2022 (WEO) provides indispensable analysis and insights on the implications of this profound and ongoing shock to energy systems across the globe.
Moreover, WEO explores the impacts that the pandemic, global energy crisis, and the war in Ukraine are having, with an increase in commodity prices including key fuels.
Key questions to be answered
In addition, WEO explores key questions about the energy crisis across the globe. Will it be a setback for clean energy transitions or a catalyst for greater action?
Which energy security risks lie ahead on the path to net zero emissions? How might government responses shape energy markets?
International Energy Agency has already launched the 2022 version of their Africa Energy Outlook on 20 June 2022. The report explores the current energy situation across Africa and looks at the decisions and investments needed by 2030 and beyond.
About International Energy Agency
Established in 1974 International Energy Agency (IEA) coordinates a collective response to disruptions in the supply of oil. IEA recommends policies that enhance the reliability, affordability, and sustainability of energy.
In addition, IEA focuses on oil security & examines issues including renewables, oil, gas, & coal supply. It also keeps in check the demand, energy efficiency, clean energy technologies, electricity systems & markets, access to energy, & demand-side management as well.
Also read: IEA issues Gas Market Report, Q4-2022