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ODYSSEE service

NEW! Odyssee service has been updated with new data and features

• 2013 data for main countries
• Multiple data export formats
• Web interface: easier search, new graphs and charts

More information about the service

Russian oil output dynamics

The Future of Russian Oil output under sanctions and lower oil prices
Executive brief October 2015

Growth in Russian liquids output

Russia remains one of the largest oil producers in the world with 13% of the global oil supply in 2014; it is very important both for consumers and producers to have a vision of the current state and the longer-term prospects for the Russian oil industry development, especially as the current oil price conjuncture creates huge uncertainties.

In this article, Enerdata aims to assess which drivers determine Russian oil production dynamics and what production would look like in the near future. Russian oil production dynamics would depend largely on companies’ ability to introduce new fields into operation in due time and the pace of introducing state-of-the-art technologies, which would maintain production levels at the existing fields.

Read the Russian Oil Output dynamics executive brief

ADEME / CEPAL conference on Energy Efficiency indicators

Paris, 29-30 Sept 2015

ADEME / CEPAL conference on Energy Efficiency indicators

The ADEME (French energy agency) and CEPAL (Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean) co-organised in Paris a workshop on the “Contribution of energy efficiency policies monitoring for Strategies against Climate Change”. Many experiences from all around the world were presented to share methodologies and results of EE monitoring practices: ODYSSEE (EU), G20, CEPAL – BIEE, WEC, GIZ Thailand, MEDENER (North Africa), Greece ...

Enerdata is the technical coordinator of many of those projects and Bruno LAPILLONNE, Enerdata’s Vice-President for Energy Efficiency and Demand, chaired one of the conferences.

For more details on this conference and access to the presentations, please .


Enerdata is an independent Information & Consulting firm specialising in the global energy industry and carbon market.
The company has more than 25 years' experience in political, economic and technology issues related to midstream and downstream energy at a global level.
Leveraging advanced forecasting models, robust methodologies and quantitative databases, Enerdata assists public and private organizations to better understand the dynamics and drivers shaping the global energy system.