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Asia challenges IEA call to curb new investment in oil, gas...

Asian energy officials on Wednesday challenged a call from the International Energy Agency (IEA) asking that no new investment in oil, natural gas and...

Asia widely rejects IEA anti-oil Bombshell report – fr

Asian energy leaders have rejected the International Energy Agency’s zero carbon report, saying there are many ways to achieve net zero. The IEA shocked the...

The IEA may have given OPEC a huge gift – fr

An immediate halt to oil exploration is one of the steps that must be taken for the world to meet the Paris Agreement commitments...

IEA issues bomb report on oil and gas – fr

The IEA grabbed the headlines today suggesting that there shouldn’t be any new oil and gas investment after 2021 … oil traders at OPC...

Energy groups must halt new oil and gas projects to reach...

Energy groups must halt all new oil and gas exploration projects this year if global warming is to be brought under control, the...

No new fossil fuel projects for net zero: IEA – fr

Paris (AFP) All future fossil fuel projects must be scrapped if the world is to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 and have...

Impact of vaccines on moribund demand for oil is months away,...

Pump cylinders are seen in the Midway Sunset Oilfield, California. Lucy Nicholson | Reuters The deployment of vaccines this month to fight the coronavirus pandemic will...

IEA Says Covid Vaccine ‘Likely Not To Come To The Rescue’...

Railway cars for oil, fuel and liquefied gas lie in the sidings of Yanichkino station near the Gazprom Neft PJSC Moscow refinery in Moscow,...

The viral crisis, an opportunity to reshape the climate response: IEA

Paris (AFP) Only massive investment in clean energy can help weather the economic crisis caused by the novel coronavirus pandemic while putting the...

Stop CO2 Emissions From Rebounding After Covid Fall, Says IEA Company

The coronavirus pandemic is expected to cause a record 7% drop in global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions in 2020, but governments...
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