International Energy Agency

The International Energy Agency's 2020 World Energy Outlook highlights the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on energy markets and the estimated demand for oil going forward.
The International Energy Agency on Tuesday issued its oil market report for September. The short version is that demand is expected to decline further and so are crude prices.
The International Energy Agency in its August oil market report said that demand in 2021 would rise more slowly than it had previously expected.
The International Energy Agency now forecasts a demand decline of nearly 8 million barrels a day in 2020, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global investment in energy is expected to drop by around 20% year over year in 2010 according to a new report from the International Energy Agency.
In the latest revision to its Global Energy Review, the IEA estimates that global demand for energy will decline by 6% in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. U.S. demand is expected to fall by 9%.
The International Energy Agency on Wednesday said that global oil demand would decline by 29 million barrels a day next month and end the year down by 2.7 million barrels a day.
The International Energy Agency has forecast that demand for oil in 2020 will be lower than demand in 2019. That hasn't happened since the financial crisis of 2009.
The International Energy Agency cut its first-quarter and full-year estimates of demand growth for crude oil. The coronavirus outbreak continues to hit the oil market hard.
The International Energy Agency reported Thursday that global CO2 emissions in 2019 were flat with emissions in 2018, ending a two-year streak of rising emissions. The bad news is that the level is...
Recent geopolitical events in the Middle East caused world oil prices to spike but the effect was soon reversed. The overall balance in global oil supply and demand should continue at least through...
In its December report, the International Energy Agency forecasts that the recently announced OPEC+ production cuts will not be enough to reduce supplies. Based on futures trading, oil markets appear...
In its 2019 World Energy Outlook, the International Energy Agency paints a bleak picture for cutting emissions quickly enough and by a large enough amount to meet the goal of keeping global warming...
The International Energy Agency has lowered its demand growth forecast for both 2019 and 2020 by 100,000 barrels a day as global supply continues to rise and geopolitical risks are mostly ignored.
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