From Nord Stream 1 to Power of Siberia 1
Enerdata publishes a new analysis: “From Nord Stream 1 to Power of Siberia 1: a change in Gazprom’s mindset.”
In this analysis, the below topics are covered:
The ODYSSEE-MURE project, financed by the European Commission (EASME), has been renewed for the next three years (a 30-month contract until September, 2018). The project gathers 36 participants, primarily from energy agencies in the EU, Norway, Switzerland and Serbia.
The project provides ccomprehensive monitoring of energy consumption and efficiency trends, as well as energy efficiency policy measures by sector, thanks to two databases, ODYSSEE and MURE.
Different tools have been consistently developed and are integrated on the project website, allowing users to have complete access to comprehensive facilities explaining detailed energy efficiency trends and benchmark indicators (available here). Several reports have been produced including both a review of energy efficiency trends and of the policy instruments currently implemented to improve energy efficiency, based on the ODYSSEE and MURE databases (available here).
Enerdata is part of the technical coordination of the project and is responsible for the ODYSSEE database. This database aims to provide updated data on energy consumption and efficiency indicators. This month, users can access data up to 2014**
More information on the ODYSSEE database can be found here.
* The ODYSSEE-MURE methodology for monitoring energy consumption and energy efficiency trends have been implemented in several other regions and countries, such as in Latin America, in Mediterranean countries (Morocco, Lebanon, Tunisia, Algeria) , in Thailand ...
The Global Energy Statistical Yearbook is a free online interactive data software. It allows to browse data through intuitive maps and graphs, for a visual analysis of the latest trends in the energy industry, which can be viewed globally, by region and by country.
It provides best quality time series on supply, demand and trade for oil, gas, coal, electricity and CO2 emissions.
June, 7th 2016
Enerdata celebrates the 20th anniversary of its annual publication, “World Energy Trends.” Based on information for G20 countries, which represent 80% of the global demand, this analysis shows the key trends as well as the evolution of world markets.
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