This brief is an update on our April and May analyses on the energy impacts of the current covid-19 pandemic around the world, leveraging latest macro-economic assumptions and Enerdata energy statistics.

We show that variations in the final energy consumption of countries are strongly linked to GDP trends, with China the only country we expect to show a (small) growth. CO2 emissions should also drop, while power generation from renewables will significantly increase.

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The newly-created Chinese oil and gas pipeline company PipeChina has signed an agreement with the Southern Guangdong province (China) to take over its gas pipeline network. PipeChina plans to build six trunk gas pipelines in Guangdong in 2020, with a total length of 751 km.



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