World Energy Outlook گزارش چشم انداز جهاني انرژي

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World Energy Outlook 2013
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World Energy Outlook 2012
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2011
(28 دی 1390)
International Energy Agency Publication Date : 09 Nov 2011 Pages : 740 World Energy Outlook 2011 brings together the latest data, policy developments, and the experience of another year to provide robust analysis and insight into global energy markets, today and for the next 25 years. This edition of the IEA’s flagship WEO publication gives the latest energy demand and supply projections for different future scenarios, broken down by country, fuel and sector.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2009
(3 تیر 1389)
Since WEO-2008, the economic downturn has led to a drop in energy use, CO2 emissions and energy investment. Is this an opportunity to arrest climate change or a threat that any economic upturn might be stifled at birth?

What package of commitments and measures should the climate negotiators at Copenhagen put together if they really want to stop global temperatures rising? How much would it cost? And how much might the developed world have to pay to finance action elsewhere?

How big is the gas resource base and what is the typical pattern of production from a gas field? What does the unconventional gas boom in the United States mean for the rest of the world? Are we headed for a global gas glut? What role will gas play in the future energy mix? And how might the way gas is priced change?

All these questions and many others are answered in WEO-2009. The data are extensive, the projections more detailed than ever and the analyses compelling.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2008
(3 تیر 1389)
Are world oil and gas supplies under threat? How could a new international accord on stabilising greenhouse-gas emissions affect global energy markets? World Energy Outlook 2008 answers these and other burning questions.

WEO-2008 draws on the experience of another turbulent year in energy markets to provide new energy projections to 2030, region by region and fuel by fuel. It incorporates the latest data and policies.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2007
(3 تیر 1389)
New and more detailed models for both China and India allow a more comprehensive analysis of different future energy paths. WEO 2007 analyses the impact of rising energy use in these countries on:

- international energy prices;;
- investment needs and financing arrangements;;
- energy-related greenhouse gas and other emissions;;
- and energy and non-energy international trade flows.

The prospects for coal use, the role of nuclear, renewables, energy-efficiency improvements and urban and rural energy poverty in these two countries are all examined in depth. The work rests on close collaboration with public authorities and private organisations in China and India, as well as with key international organisations.

As preparation for WEO 2007 the WEO team held the following 3 workshops: in China (see agenda), India (see agenda) and a high-level brainstorming in Paris. See brainstorming agenda, list of participants, presentation and photo.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2006
(3 تیر 1389)
Two visions of the energy future:
- under-invested, vulnerable and dirty, or
- clean, clever and competitive.

Both are explored in this new edition of the authoritative World Energy Outlook.
In it, the International Energy Agency responds to the remit of the G8 world leaders by mapping a new energy future, contrasting it with where we are now headed. WEO 2006 shows how to change course. It counts the costs and benefits - and the benefits win.

World Energy Outlook 2006 also answers these questions:

- is the economic reaction to high energy prices merely delayed?
- is oil and gas investment on track?
- are the conditions shaping up for a nuclear energy revival?
- can biofuels erode the oil monopoly in road transport?
- can 2.5 billion people in developing countries switch to modern energy for cooking?
- is Brazil learning new lessons or teaching the world?

With extensive statistics, detailed projections, analysis and advice, WEO 2006 equips policy makers and the public to re-make the energy future.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2005
(3 تیر 1389)
Middle East and North Africa Insights provides a detailed assessment of energy prospects throughout the Middle East and North Africa region, and the implications of these for world energy markets:

- Over 500 pages of detailed analysis supported by relevant graphs and tables.
- Coverage of domestic energy demand and supply trends for the entire region, with special emphasis on Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Egypt, Libya and Algeria.
- Projections of future oil and gas exports based on current projects and plans, resource levels, domestic spending requirements and government policies.
- A ?Deferred Investment Scenario? to assess the consequences of oil and gas production capacity in the region expanding less rapidly than expected.
- A review of the implications of these trends on global oil and gas markets, price levels and energy security.
- A time horizon to 2030 with results also shown for 2010 and 2020.

The World Energy Outlook is considered the most complete and authoritative energy publication and has received several prestigious awards from government and industry in recognition of its analytical excellence.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2004
(3 تیر 1389)
The World Energy Outlook is the most complete and authoritative energy publication and has received several prestigious awards from government and industry in recognition of its analytical excellence.
The new edition offers:

   1. Analysis: Over 550 pages of detailed analysis with 150 graphs and tables.
   2. Projections: Supply and demand projections to 2030 for oil, gas, coal, renewables, nuclear and electricity, plus projections of energy related CO2 emissions.
   3. World Alternative Policy Scenario: A detailed assessment of the impact of possible climate change policies and energy efficient technologies.
   4. Russia: An in-depth study of the ";most important energy country";.
   5. Energy and Development: An analysis of energy';s role in overcoming world poverty.
   6. Reserves: A detailed analysis of world oil and gas reserves and of the problems involved in measuring them.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2003
(3 تیر 1389)

World energy demand will rise by two thirds between now and 2030, and the world economy will falter if these energy supplies are not available. How much investment will be required to satisfy this need and can it be financed?

The World Energy Investment Outlook 2003 from the International Energy Agency answers these questions in a first-ever attempt to quantify global energy investment needs, fuel-by-fuel and region-by-region.

The numbers are daunting. The global financial system has the capacity to fund the required investment, but are the conditions right? For some sectors and regions, the prospects are good. For others, the outlook is bleak. World Energy Investment Outlook 2003 presents a systematic, objective and comprehensive picture
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2002
(3 تیر 1389)

The International Energy Agency';s World Energy Outlook has long been recognised as the authoritative source for projections of global trends in energy supply and demand, trade and investment and carbon dioxide emissions. This edition extends its projection horizon to the year 2030. Against the background of the re-emergence of energy security as a global concern, it highlights the rapidly expanding importance of China as a strategic buyer on world oil and gas markets, the fact that a quarter of the world';s population still lacks modern energy services, the huge investments needed to maintain dependable energy supplies world wide, and the scale of the task facing those countries that are committed to reducing their greenhouse-gas emissions under the Kyoto Protocol.

The 2002 Outlook provides a solid analytical basis for understanding these challenges, which call for strong policy responses, involving both governments and the private sector.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2001
(3 تیر 1389)
The surge in energy prices during 2000 and most of 2001 has drawn attention once again to the availability and security of energy resources and the prospects for both supply and prices. World Energy Outlook: 2001 Insights - a follow-up to the acclaimed World Energy Outlook 2000 - takes a detailed look at all these issues. It analyses the main factors driving energy production and distribution, including the cost of developing resources and bringing them to market, energy pricing and the impact of government policies.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 2000
(3 تیر 1389)
The International Energy Agency';s World Energy Outlook has become the authoritative source for medium-term projections of the world';s energy future. It is also, by a wide margin, the IEA';s most widely read publication. Its projections of energy demand and supply, and of climate-destabilising carbon dioxide emissions, underpin energy policy analysis in IEA Member states and many others. This year';s Outlook presents probable developments from now to the year 2020. It also represents an important methodological advance.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 1999
(3 تیر 1389)
Energy price subsidies that encourage energy consumption by keeping prices below cost impose heavy burdens on economic efficiency, environmental quality and government budgets. Many countries around the world have made progress in reducing or eliminating such subsidies. These reforms have generally formed part of policy packages aimed at increasing the role of the market in the provision of energy supplies.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 1998
(3 تیر 1389)
This outlook, the first since the
Kyoto agreement on climate change, is based on a new methodology and a new world energy model. It analyses the major issues and uncertainties of the global energy scene from now till the year 2020. In this period, the Outlook projects world energy demand to grow by 65% and carbon dioxide emissions by 70% - unless governments impose strict policies to restrain them.

Fossil Fuels will remain the dominant source of global energy. But the balance among them is projected to change significantly. The market share of gas will increase while that of oil and coal will remain stable. Non-OEPC oil production is expected to peak before 2010. Importing countries will become increasingly dependant on Middle East oil and unconventional sources, such as shale oil and tar sands, will be increasingly tapped.
نويسندگان متعدد (
گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 1996
(3 تیر 1389)

The International Energy Agency today released its World Energy Outlook - 1996 Edition, projecting an increase in non-OPEC oil supply from 42 million barrels per day in 1995 to close to 47 million barrels per day in 2000. This projected increase in non-OPEC oil supplies is the main reason for the Agency';s assumption that, barring an unforeseen disruption, oil prices will not rise significantly before 2000.

The expansion of non-OPEC production through the decade is accounted for primarily by increases in North Sea production. Under reasonable assumptions, the call on OPEC is likely to leave OPEC with spare capacity in the year 2000. By 2010, non-OPEC production is expected to be between 43 and 49 million barrels per day depending on the oil price assumptions.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 1995
(3 تیر 1389)

The 1995 edition of the World Energy Outlook adds to the IEA';s ongoing analysis of global energy markets until the year 2010. This year';s edition presents two alternative scenarios: one which foresees capacity constraints which will put upward pressure on energy prices;; and a second which examines the potential for energy savings to reduce the growth rate of energy demand. In both cases, world energy demand will grow over the next fifteen years, but more slowly than the rate of economic growth. The importance of the global transportation sector is examined in detail. The study also provides in-depth regional analysis of longer term energy prospects in OECD North America, South and Central America, Africa and South Asia. These regional studies follow on the work presented in last year';s Outlook on the rapidly changing Asia-Pacific regions and Central and Eastern Europe.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني 1994
(3 تیر 1389)
In this updated outlook, the International Energy Agency projects that world energy demand will grow significantly during the next two decades. Energy efficiency improvements, however, will keep the rate of increase below that of economic growth. This study focuses on the dynamic Asia-Pacific region, with detailed analysis of the energy systems in China, East Asia, and the OECD Pacific region. These three regions currently consume approximately 20 percent of world energy demand, but they are expected to account for almost 40 percent of incremental energy demand over the period to 2010. The IEA study also examines the implications of the emerging market economies in Central and Eastern Europe for world energy makers and projects that the role of natural gas, particularly in power generation, will expand as countries attempt to meet the dual challenge of rising energy needs and achieving environmental objectives.
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گزارش چشم انداز جهاني انرژي 1993
(3 تیر 1389)

In this new study, the International Energy Agency examines the evolution of world energy markets through 2010. World demand for energy is expected to increase significantly through the first decade of the next century as population and real incomes rise. Demand will increase in OECD countries but growth will be strongest in non-OECD countries - particularly in China, India and te dynamic Asian economies. By 2010, OECD countries will account for less than half of total world oil consumption. On the supply side, the study projects a large increase in the role of natural gas, especially in Europe. The impacts of these and other supply and demand developments on energy use patterns will be significant. As the world enters the 21st century, electricity will become an increasingly important energy form. How electricity is generated, as well as how transportation systems develop, will affect how successful countries will be in meeting their energy needs and achieving their environmental objectives.
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