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Press conference with participation of
Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA)
For the international launch of
World Energy Outlook 2015
on Tuesday, 10 November 2015, 10:00 a.m. London time
Church House Conference Centre
Dean’s Yard, Westminster, SWIP 3NZ London
Big questions abound across global energy markets in 2015:
· Could oil prices stay lower for longer? What would it take for this to happen and what would it mean for energy security and for the energy transition?
· What do new climate pledges mean for the way that the world meets its rising needs for energy?
· What are the implications of the rising coverage of energy efficiency policies and the growing competitiveness of renewables?
· Is the unconventional gas revolution going to go global or to remain a North American phenomenon?
· India is set for a period of rapid, sustained growth in energy demand: how could this re-shape the energy scene?
These issues will be addressed at the launch of the IEA World Energy Outlook 2015, along with the customary, in-depth analysis of the prospects for all fossil fuels, renewables, the power sector and energy efficiency around the world to 2040.
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