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LNG bunkering market overview - 19 December 2016
While maritime transport contributes 2.2% to global emissions, significant adoption of LNG as a marine fuel will support global efforts to reduce emissions. And for the LNG industry itself that use could provide a significant incremental source of demand.
The International Maritime Organisation (“IMO”) plays a key role in regulating the maritime sector alongside national ... Read the analysis
Gazprom: From soviet planning to capitalism unknowns - 26 October 2016
This analysis has been written by Thierry Bros member of Enerdata’s Expert Panel and natural gas market expert.
The old gold plated strategy failed to address new risks
It is important to bear in mind that building an intern... Read the analysis
Oil Price: How to decrypt shocks and counter shocks - 05 April 2016
This analysis has been written by Patrick Criqui member of Enerdata’s Expert Panel and Senior Researcher at CNRS.
Oil less than 30 dollars per barrel ($/bl)! No market observer would have thought this possible after only one year. Just as in 1998, it was thought that oi... Read the analysis
American (shale) gas, the new benchmark for energy prices? - 15 March 2016
This analysis has been written by Patrick Criqui member of Enerdata’s Expert Panel and Senior Researcher at CNRS.
Will the decrease in oil prices, from $100/bbl in the summer of 2014 to less than $30/bbl today, pull down the price of other fossil fuels, i.e. coal and nat... Read the analysis
Russian oil output dynamics - 01 October 2015
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 pr... Read the analysis
Indonesia domestic gas sector: a safe opportunity? - 23 April 2015
In February 2015, Arun regasification terminal in Indonesia received the first cargo from the BP operated Tangguh LNG terminal. This marked a new era in the domestic gas market in Indonesia, a country that used to be a major LNG exporter but is now turning towards natural gas imports to meet its growing domestic demand.
In this executive brief, Enerdata analyses the demand f... Read the analysis
Thorium Based Reactors and Future Nuclear Technologies - 09 April 2015
Uranium is the only resource presently used for nuclear power generation. However it has been known since the very early days of nuclear power technology development that thorium could also be used. In this executive brief, Enerdata discusses the advantages of thorium for future nuclear technologies in terms of safety and radioactive waste management, but also the hurdles that h... Read the analysis
Natural Gas Subsidies in Malaysia: Current situation and outlook - 12 March 2015
Malaysian government seems to have step up its efforts to rationalize the energy subsidies. After the poor performance of Subsidy Rationalization Program (SRP) rolled out in 2010, fuel price increases in 2014 represents a renewed effort from the government to reduce the subsidy burden on the Malaysian economy. Gas prices revision for power sector in January 2014 followed by gas ... Read the analysis
Electricity Tariffs in Malaysia – current situation and outlook - 12 February 2015
As part of the Malaysian Electricity Supply Industry (MESI) reforms, Malaysian government has implemented Incentive Based Regulation (IBR) from 2014. This resulted in an increase in electricity tariffs to cover the higher costs of domestic piped gas, coal and LNG. High gas subsidies, expensive LNG and declining gas production has created a supply security problem for electricity... Read the analysis
Implications of the gas price increase in India - 30 October 2014
On 18 October 2014, the Government of India approved the revision of domestic gas price. The new price is a volume weighted average of Henry Hub, NBP, Alberta hub and Russia gas price . Under the new price scheme, do... Read the analysis
Effect of price reforms on the demand of LNG in transport in China - 09 October 2014
The National Development and Reforms Commission of China (NDRC) has implemented another round of price reforms. Effective from 1 September 2014, the price reforms will be applied on the existing volumes of natural gas and aim to bring the price of different sources of natural gas at the same level. The hike of RMB 0.4/cm (US$0.06/cm) will be beneficial for companies in the upstr... Read the analysis
Middle East to compensate EU refining capacity decline - 02 October 2014
The European Union (EU) has been recording a serious drop of its oil refined products consumption since mid-2000s, as result of fuel substitution in industry and buildings and energy efficiency improvements in transport and since 2008 t... Read the analysis
Singapore LNG industry: towards a competitive market - 18 September 2014
In this article, Enerdata comments on the ongoing developments in the Singapore LNG market. We describe and provide perspectives on the challenges that Singapore faces to develop a competitive and secure domestic natural gas market and participate in the international LNG market to develop a trading hub.
Natural gas plays a dominant role in the energy industry of Singapore. A... Read the analysis
China’s nuclear aspirations - 11 September 2014
In this article, Enerdata reviews the ongoing developments in the China Nuclear market. We describe and provide perspectives on the challenges that China faces to develop a domestic nuclear market and to become a global Nuclear power technology exporter.
Last month China's State Nuclear Power Technology Corp (SNPTC) announced a further delay to the operational start of the co... Read the analysis
The future of Gas-To-Liquid (GTL) industry - 29 August 2014
It seems that the Gas-To-Liquid (GTL) industry may revive a new wave of interest for projects. Today we are used at GTL big size projects to enhance energy security and monetize gas as oil in place rich of gas and poor in oil. At the same time the development of new technology will allow GTL to be used in small scale. Small scale GTL will open up new resources such as capture... Read the analysis
Japan’s biomass power capacity grows as bioenergy plays major role in the global energy scenario - 21 August 2014
In 2013, 5.6% of global electricity production was generated by renewable sources (excluding hydroelectricity), and biomass accounted for 36% of the renewables supply.
Figure 1 : Share of Renewables (excluding Hydro) in Electricity Production
The 5th assessment report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, released last April, foresees an increasing deployme... Read the analysis
World energy consumption: China and BRICS slow, while the USA restart - 07 August 2014
Enerdata, an independent Research and Consultancy Firm specialized in the global energy industry and carbon market since 1991, published its annual analysis of world energy demand.
The USA returned to a dynamic growth level, while the BRICS kept d... Read the analysis
Philippines power market liberalization has failed the affordability test - 24 July 2014
Energy secretary Carlos Jericho Petilla called for more competition in the Philippine power generation sector this week, reasoning that this will produce more investment opportunities. Petilla’s comments, a year on from the introduction of open acces... Read the analysis
Forecast model of electricity price in Japan - 10 July 2014
As part of our forecast model services, Enerdata presents its future R&D developments for the forecasting model related to electricity price in Japan. Due to high volume of expensive LNG imports, Japanese utilities companies are facing difficult times. The share of... Read the analysis
Thailand’s gas conundrum - 19 June 2014
Natural gas has been dominating Thailand’s power mix for about three decades. While indigenous gas production in forecasted to deplete in the 2020’s decade, Thailand is relying more and more on gas imports, with a particular increase in ... Read the analysis
BRICS and the USA draw the world energy consumption - 04 June 2014
2013 is characterised by dynamic markets in the USA. Apart from the USA, the OECD countries are experiencing a mixed situation, as a result of the stagnation or the decline of their energy consumption. On the other hand, BRICS* countries, led by China, continue to show a strong growth, confirming their increasingly dominant role in the new global energy balances. As a result, energy... Read the analysis
Natural Gas Trading Hub in Asia-Pacific - 28 May 2014
Enerdata is launching a new LNG Market Monthly report and as part of this initiative we have put together a forward looking paper named “Natural Gas Trading Hub in Asia-Pacific”. The paper describes the latest development and trends and what a Gas Trading Hub may signify for Asia. Will Asia have one day cheap gas prices? Can after United States, European Union be a United As... Read the analysis
India: Coal future in the country - 22 May 2014
As part of the Enerdata Forecast Services we looked at the India situation and the future of coal and its price formulas.
India has been ramping up its production and imports to satisfy the continuous request of more and more coa... Read the analysis
Small Scale LNG: need for new business models? - 15 May 2014
Global LNG industry is undergoing fast changes in terms of both supply side and demand side dynamics. Driven by the technological innovation like horizontal fracturing, supply of LNG is poised to incre... Read the analysis
China looks to expand emissions trading - 08 May 2014
As part of the Enerdata China energy report we focus on the carbon trading pilot schemes currently implemented in China.
Just under a year since ... Read the analysis
How is Gazprom adapting to changing market conditions? - 07 May 2014
The 2013 Gazprom’s results show that the Russian company is still the dominant gas exporter to the European Union (EU), which contrasts with its expected declining role announced over the past years. With 138 bcm delivered to the EU in 2013, Gazprom has increased its market share in the EU natural gas consumption from 24% in 2010 to 28% in 2013.
Part of Gazprom’s market ... Read the analysis
Myanmar: the new El Dorado? - 24 April 2014
Analysis based on our new Myanmar country report published in March 2014.
Myanmar used to be one of the most isolated countries in the world. Once, one of the richest countries in Asia, in 2013 Myanmar was among the poorest countries, ranked 157th by In... Read the analysis
Nuclear shut down had a limited impact on the Japanese economy in 2013 - 10 April 2014
In 2013, and for the third consecutive year, Japanese power production remained very dependent on fossil fuels. Electricity production from nuclear remained marginal (1%) as Japan, which used to generate 25% of its electricity from nuclear before Fukushima accident, took almost all of its operable nuclear reactors offline. The last two reactors in operation in 2013 (units 3 and ... Read the analysis
Asian actors in nuclear power industry - 03 April 2014
Enerdata is presenting a paper on 8 April 2014 at Singapore Chamber of Commerce regarding nuclear power industry with a focus for the Asia Region. As part of the paper work we looked at the main Asian providers of nuclear technology namely, Toshiba, Hitachi and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
Toshiba provides the two-loop Pressurized Water Reactor (PWR) reactors. In 2006 Toshib... Read the analysis
Gazprom in Asia: a growing footprint - 27 March 2014
As part of our South East Asia Gas & Power Service we look at key international players that can have an impact into the Energy Industry of the region. This week analysis is about Gazprom, the Russian based company with the biggest world supply of gas. Russia is strategically and geographically connected with Europe and China two major energy users. With Europe there are alr... Read the analysis
EU Energy & Climate Policy 2030 Targets: How and How Much? - 25 March 2014
To support the EU’s process of moving towards a low carbon economy, Enerdata recently produced detailed quantified scenarios for the energy sector and GHG emissions for the UK’s Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC). These scenarios and the public report assess costs and benefits to individual EU Member States under different scenarios of climate targets, effort sha... Read the analysis
Opportunities for Japanese manufacturing firms to export electricity to the grid in the face of prohibitive global LNG prices - 13 March 2014
Japan remains the Asian country with the highest electricity and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) prices. Electricity prices in Japan have increased substantially in the post Fukushima years because of increased natural gas usage for electricity production. LNG demand and prices in Japan for the past five years have been increasing and the forecast for the next 10-15 years shows that the... Read the analysis
Philippines high electricity price is keeping foreign investors away - 06 March 2014
The high cost and sketchy reliability of electricity supplies in the Philippines are now the main deterrents to investing in the country, according to foreign business leaders who see the problem as a persuasive reason to invest elsewhere. In addition, the... Read the analysis
Are India’s ambitious renewable energy targets realistic? - 27 February 2014
India, the world's fifth largest wind power producer in 2013, has set up an ambitious plan to boost solar and wind capacities to contribute to meet the strong projected demand. The government aims to double its wind installed capacity by March 2017 (end of the 12th Plan) by adding 20 GW to its current capacity of 20.3 GW (at year-end 2013). In addition, India also targets to ins... Read the analysis
Mozambique Energy Report - 21 January 2014
In recent years, large reservoirs of natural gas have been found in particular in the Rovuma basin and gas resources are estimated at around 5 000 bcm ie more than twofold Qatari resources. Read the analysis
Australian Energy Market - 22 October 2013
Australia to scrap carbon tax from July 2014. Extracts about CO2 emissions in Australia from the Australian energy report. Read the analysis
Germany Energy Market - 13 September 2013
Following the regular decrease in the share of solid fuels in the electricity mix from 2000 (53%) until 2010 (43%) in Germany, its share is rising again to offset the reduction of the power produced by the nine nuclear units closed in 2011. Read the analysis
Gas and coal consumption progress in opposite directions in the United States and in Europe - 18 June 2013
Among G7 countries, strong countervailing effects were observed between gas and coal in the USA and in Europe. The massive development of unconventional gas production in the USA has made domestic Henry Hub gas prices drop by 30% in 2012, from US$4/MMBtu on average in 2011 to US$2.75/MMBtu in 2012 (yearly averages). Read the analysis
Renewable Energy Sources Progression in 2012 - 18 June 2013
Despite the global cost reduction of renewable energy sources, 2012 has shown a slowdown in the progression of new installations compared to the trend observed over the last five years. Read the analysis
World Energy Balance 2012 - 18 June 2013
Enerdata published its annual analysis of world energy demand, based on its 2012 data for G20 countries.
This report confirms several ongoing trends initiated in previous years, and notes an acceleration for some of them. Beyond these trends, noticeable shifts are the significant variations within the power mix, particularly between gas and coal, and the growing weight of the B... Read the analysis
Energy efficiency Benchmark - 14 June 2013
This article looks at the overall benchmarking of energy efficiency performances and policies. It discusses how country comparisons in terms of effort and achieved results can be carried out and compared1.
Introduction: energy efficiency targets and benchmarking in EU countries
There is a strong commitment in energy efficiency in EU countries. EU policy has 3 main targets... Read the analysis
South Korea Energy Market - 10 April 2013
Korea has not made any greenhouse gas emission commitments within the framework of the Kyoto Protocol. South Korea aims to reduce total greenhouse gas emissions by 4% by 2020 compared to their 2005 level. Read the analysis
The European Union's "3 x 20" targets: Challenging enough? - 28 March 2013
An analysis of whether the European Union will be able to achieve its 2020 and 2050 objectives in terms of emissions reductions and penetration of renewables in its energy mix. Read the analysis
Hydro and Wind: Friends or Foes ? - 15 March 2013
With a 75% share, hydroelectricity is by far the main contributor to electricity generation from renewables in Europe. Despite it’s dominance, hydroelectricity is seldomly discussed as a major renewable energy resource. How does it compare against energy sources more widely discussed such as wind power ? Read the analysis
Turkey Gas Market - 14 February 2013
Turkey expected the natural gas demand to rise to 85 bcm in 2015, and planned to greatly develop the electricity production capacity from gas. To supply that demand, the country signed many gas supply contracts. Read the analysis
Shale Gas and Gas Import Capacities in Europe - 11 February 2013
In its latest World Energy Outlook, the International Energy Agency announced an upcoming golden age for natural gas with the strong growth of gas demand expected in the coming years, especially in Asia and with the development of shale gas resources. But the picture varies by region. Read the analysis
Smart grids: The regulatory is still not in place - 10 December 2012
In this article, we advocate that smart grid technologies have the potential to transform the electricity markets given they are for the most part readily available, but, the correct regulatory framework first needs to be put in place. Failure to recognise the need for a regulatory overhaul can only hamper and delay the deployment of smart grids and their expected benefits. Read the analysis
Retrofitting of building: a cost-efficiency analysis - 26 October 2012
In 2010, the French Ministry of Research funded a three-year study to analyze possible solutions leading to a reduction in CO2 emissions that could be feasibly implemented across a large city. This study sought to construct cost-effectiveness indicators in various sectors (building, transport, non-carbon energy production). Read the analysis
Poland Energy Efficiency - 07 September 2012
In compliance with the European Directive on energy efficiency adopted in 2006 (2006/32/EC), Poland presented its National Energy Efficiency Action Plan (NEEAP), which lays down a final energy savings target of at least 9% in 2016, i.e. 53.5 TWh. Read the analysis
India’s Black Tuesday on July 31st marked perhaps the greatest power outage in world history - 09 August 2012
With an estimated 600 million people without electricity, 50% of the population, this large-scale incident reveals the stress the Indian power system has been experiencing over the last decade. Read the analysis
Solar PV: State of the art of a booming market and impact of support schemes - 31 July 2012
The year 2011 was a record year for the solar photovoltaic industry, with more than 29 GW new capacity installed worldwide, corresponding to a 70% increase compared to 2010. Global PV capacity exceeded 69 GW in 2011, with 70% installed in European countries. The 2011 boom is continuing the strong development which occurred over the last ten years. This expansion has two main drivers, namely the drop in PV module prices and strong support policies. Read the analysis
Policy impacts on biofuels development - 25 July 2012
Implementation of biofuels polices is complex due to diversity of interests and concerns. Countries around the world are utilizing different approaches to policy design, but with common goals of supporting biofuels development and economic growth, protecting the environment, and increasing energy security. This blog examines several different approaches to policy design and the ... Read the analysis
Understanding the electrification of industrial consumption in Europe: Why is electricity conquering the industrial market? - 03 July 2012
Over the last 20 years, coal consumption and -to a lesser extent- oil consumption have steadily decreased to the advantage of electricity in the European industry. In the meantime the natural gas penetration slowed down, stabilizing during the 2000s. What are the uses of electricity in industry? What are the reasons for this large penetration? Read the analysis
Strong development of wind power capacities in The United Kingdom - 10 May 2012
The country’s target is to reach 7 000 wind turbines (3 000 of which offshore) by 2020 with an installed capacity of 34 GW. In January 2010, the Crown Estate awarded nine offshore wind energy zones. The aim of Round 3 is to install a total capacity of 32 GW in the UK.
Several major wind projects are scheduled for completion in 2012.
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Côte d’Ivoire Energy Market - 06 April 2012
Côte d’Ivoire has an installed capacity of 1 400 MW (2011), 600 MW of which is hydro. The production assets mainly consist of 10 power plants (6 hydroelectric and 4 thermal). Read the analysis
Decrease of Japanese power consumption to adapt to the fading nuclear activity - 29 March 2012
The power generation from nuclear has considerably reduced since Fukushima, with only 11% of reactors in operation in December 2011 resulting in a decrease in the total power production by 5% in 2011. Stringent measures were implemented in summer 2011 to adapt demand to the lower supply and these measures had a very significant impact on power consumption. Read the analysis
Argentina Energy Market - 15 March 2012
Natural gas production grew steadily between 1991 and 2004 (by an average of 6.5%/year) and has remained relatively stable since then (44 bcm in 2010).
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What is the future for housing energy expenditures? - 29 February 2012
Energy prices in Europe have continued to increase in 2011 by almost 15%, and by all accounts should continue to grow if crude oil price remain above $100/bbl. Past crude oil price increases have impacted households’ energy bill strongly. Will housing energy expenditures continue to be impacted the same way in the future? Read the analysis
The important role of renewable power sources in the move towards a post-carbon Europe - 15 February 2012
Until recently, the main point of discord in the climate debate surrounded the opposition of investing in fossil fuels as opposed to investing in renewable sources. Since the Fukushima accident in 2011, the discussion has shifted towards the merit of investing in nuclear against investing in renewables, with the potential side-effects of nuclear technologies overshadowing the potential externalities of carbon emissions in the public debate. However, given the present and projected future technology costs, is such a divide well-founded when considering long-term climate goals?
According to the European Commission’s latest policy, the European Union is aiming at reducing its greenhouse gas emissions by 80% compared to its 1990 levels by 2050.
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Analysis of ODYSSEE indicators - (DECC-UK) - 09 February 2012
The Departement of Energy & Climate Change (UK) has published the anlaysis exploring ODYSSEE indicators across sectors . The analysis compares the level and trend of energy efficiency across the EU and explains key measurement issues. European Energy Efficiency, anlaysis of Odysee Indicators. Read the analysis
Coal, The new war in the Pacific - 25 January 2012
China and India struggle for international resources. Takeovers of oil and gas assets are multiplying on all continents. Enerdata analyses key growth in coal and lignite consumption in Asia and major consequences of the coal competition in Asia.
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Specific energy consumption for space heating - 23 January 2012
This analysis relies on the ODYSSEE data base and analysis as well as on a report prepared by Enerdata for ADEME “... Read the analysis
Brazil Energy Market - 05 January 2012
Discover the newest developments on the Brazilian energy market in the Brazil energy report recently published by Enerdata. Read an extract from the report focusing on the country's issues and prospects on the Brazil energy report. Read the analysis
Solar water heating in the world - 03 January 2012
Water heating represents about 15% of households’ energy uses in Europe, 20% in the United States and even 30% in Japan. Switching from electricity and gas to solar water heating could strongly reduce fossil fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Soaring inst... Read the analysis
Will electric vehicles be successful to mitigate the problems raised by the intermittency of wind? - 21 December 2011
Development of wind power has been important in recent years and this trend is expected to continue. More and more, this source of energy represents a significant share in the energy balances of several European countries. But variability of wind power remains a major challenge of this technology. For example, a wind turbine can start producing in the middle of the night when elec... Read the analysis
Indonesia Energy Market - 13 December 2011
What are the newest developments on the Indonesian energy market ? The Indonesia energy report recently published by Enerdata suggest an extract from the report focusing on the country's electricity situation. Read the analysis
Nuclear perspectives: are “reject or embrace” the only options? - 07 December 2011
In recent decades, nuclear energy was perceived by many analysts, policymakers, and utility managers as a reasonably affordable option to generate bulk electricity while satisfying both supply security and climate change concerns. Read the analysis
World Energy Expenditures - 28 November 2011
World energy expenditures have more than doubled in 20 years
More than US$6,000bn1 -10% of the world Gross Domestic Product (GDP)- is spent each year in the world for energy purposes. This places energy second to health care expenditures in many countries; and in some cases first.
Breakdown of the consumer energy expenditures in 1990 and 2010
OECD countries contrib... Read the analysis
India Energy Market - 25 November 2011
Discover the newest developments on the Indian energy market in the India energy report recently published by Enerdata. Read an extract from the report focusing on the India's issues and prospects related to power supply on the India Energy report. Read the analysis
United States Energy Market - 23 November 2011
Since 2009, the United States has been overtaken by China as the world's largest energy consumer. The country's consumption decreased in 2008 and 2009, but in 2010 increased at the rapid rate of 3.5%, reaching 2.2 Gtoe. Per capita consumption reached 7.1 toe, including 12 000 kWh of electricity; the country consumes about twice the European average.
Discover the newest developments on the US energy market in the recent United States energy report recently published by Enerdata.
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China Energy Market - 20 October 2011
Discover the newest developments on the Chinese energy market in the recent china energy report recently published by Enerdata. Read the excerpts of China Energy Report and get information about where is China investing , Gas imports and CO2 emission levels etc.. Read the analysis
Germany to abandon nuclear power by 2022 - 09 June 2011
German has announced that they will abandon the nuclear power by 2022. Read the analysis
Just when you thought Nuclear Energy could make a comeback. - 26 May 2011
Enerdata analyst presents a study on the World Nuclear Energy situation post the Fukushima disaster, a defining moment for the world energy market.
It includes a review of the past as well as projections on the three major scenarios that can be envisioned for the Nuclear Projects around the world.
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Enerdata analyses the growth in energy demand in China and United States in 2010 - 11 March 2011
Enerdata has released a new analysis based on its first 2010 world energy statistics : China vs. USA, the energy consumption of the 2 giant energy markets in 2010. This analysis highlights a very strong growth in energy demand of the 2 countries, well beyond the pre-crisis trend. China, which became the first energy consumer in the world in 2009, confirms its position and surpasses the USA’s energy consumption in 2010 by 10%. This trend allows to anticipate a very strong global growth in 2010. Read the analysis
New Oil & Gas Information Services - 22 February 2011
Enerdata is launching a new set of databases, research and prices providing an extensive coverage of the Global and North American Oil & Gas Industry. Read the analysis
Papua New Guinea energy market - 01 September 2009
Enerdata has just released the new Papua New Guinea energy report. Read the analysis
Uzbekistan energy market - 01 April 2009
Enerdata has just released the new Uzbekistan energy report. Read the analysis
Bosnia-Herzegovina energy market - 01 March 2009
Enerdata has just released the new Bosnia-Herzegovina energy report. Read the analysis
Iraq energy market - 01 March 2009
Enerdata has just released the new Iraq energy report. Read the analysis
Enerdata presents its first estimates for the 2007 energy consumption - 01 May 2008
Enerdata presents its first estimates for the 2007 energy consumption of some large countries that nearly represent half of the world energy consumption. In most of these countries, energy consumption growth remained sustained in 2007 despite high energy prices. Read the analysis
Brazil energy market - 01 May 2008
Enerdata has just released the Brazil energy report with 2007 data. Read the analysis
Client study: PREDIT - 01 January 2008
Enerdata will submit to the PREDIT the results of a 3 years study carried out in collaboration with the LET (Laboratoire d’Economie des Transports) on 2050 sustainable mobility scenario. Read the analysis
Iran energy market - 01 January 2008
Enerdata has just released the Iran energy report with 2006 data. Read the analysis
Slovenia energy market - 01 October 2007
Enerdata has just released the Slovenia energy report with 2006 data. Read the analysis
Ukraine energy market - 01 July 2007
Enerdata has just released the Ukraine energy report with 2006 data. Read the analysis
Enerdata presents its first consolidated world energy data for 2006 - 01 June 2007
According to the latest estimate by Enerdata, The world energy demand growth remains sustained in 2006, but twice slower than the GDP’s growth, probably due to high energy prices on the international market. Read the analysis
Latest global energy demand forecasts until 2020 - 01 April 2007
Enerdata unveils its latest global energy demand forecasts until 2020. EnerFuture, the energy forecasting service by Enerdata, details energy demand projections for oil, gas, coal and power by sector. Read the analysis
Enerdata enhances its energy country reports - 01 September 2006
A new template has been designed, to provide more analysis and insight on the energy market of a given country, and use more graphics within the text. Read the analysis
Enerdata includes 2005 data series for more than 50 countries in its online international energy database - 01 May 2006
The first 2005 energy data are released on Enerdata online energy database KeyEnergyStat. Read the analysis
Enerdata launches a new service of world energy demand forecasts until 2020 - 01 June 2005
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Enerdata presents its first 2004 estimates for the energy consumption in the United States - 01 May 2005
Enerdata presents its first estimates for energy consumption in the USA for 2004: 1,6% growth (significantly lower than the GNP growth of 4,4%) Read the analysis
Enerdata launches a new international database dedicated to oil products - 01 April 2005
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