Contrary to oil, gas markets are based on the availability of expensive transport infrastructure and have traditionally been regional (North America, Europe, and Far East Asia).
If the development of LNG trade in the last decades has made the three regional gas markets more interconnected and more interdependent, we are still far from a liquid gas market such as the global oil market.
In a scenario that achieves NDC objectives, Enerdata estimates that gas prices will rise through 2040 with a convergence of Asian and European market prices whereas North American market will keep its own price dynamics. More ambitious climate policies such as limiting the long term increase of global temperature to 2 degrees would result in decreasing gas prices from around 2030.
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The Czech Industry and Trade Ministry has put off the decision on building new nuclear power plants and needs more time to evaluate the projects' impact on the
Based on its latest annual data on G20 countries, Enerdata invite you to join its webinar for a presentation of our findings and a discussion with our experts on May 31st at 10 am.
Some questions addressed by the webinar:
Is global economic growth the main driver behind the energy consumption increase in 2017?
Has the rebound in fossil fuel consumption impacted the growth of renewables?
Enerdata is pleased to announce a second phase of a project with the Ministry of Energy of the UAE. It consists in developing an energy management system to collect and manage energy data, and calculate energy balances. Enerdata will develop several IT tools (databases, interfaces including business intelligence tools, etc.) to help the Ministry manage energy data coming from the main stakeholders in the country.
On April 10th, Enerdata in collaboration with I4CE, presented a publication entitled « Mind the gap: aligning the 2030 EU climate and energy policy framework to meet long-term climate goals ».
Global renewable capacity additions continued to grow in 2017, with nearly 47 GW of wind capacity and close to 73 GW of solar capacity added worldwide during the year.
Wind installations slowed down for the second year in a row, following the trend in the two largest markets, namely China and the United States. They soared in India, Brazil and Europe, while solar capacities surged worldwide.
Enerdata’s new Energy Transition Monitoring tool: Enerdata is combining its international databases and prospective scenarios to develop a new information system: Energy Transition Monitoring, or EnerTraM. EnerTraM is a highly strategic tool which provides decision makers with a comprehensive overview of energy transition trends, targets and trajectories.
Enerdata has been selected by the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to provide them with Business As Usual (BAU) emissions scenarios and Marginal Abatement Cost Curves (MACCs). Since 2007, the UK ministry in charge of energy has been using Enerdata’s forecasts to update two internal models of the...
Enerdata presented a no-cost webinar, hosted by Leonardo ENERGY: Aligning the climate and energy framework to meet EU long-term climate ambition.
According to the 2018 Enerdata EnerFuture scenarios, half of the car fleet could be electric by 2050. Electric vehicles and other decarbonated EV technologies will contribute to limiting both GHG emissions and local air pollution by displacing gasoline and diesel consumption.
* EnerGreen scenario (2°C compatible), including electric and hybrid cars
Enerdata co-authors an assessment of the impacts and feasibility of increasing the share of renewables beyond the proposed target of 27% for 2030.
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