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OIL PRICE: BRENT ABOVE $75, WTI ABOVE $69
Brent slid 48 cents, or 0.6%, to $75.43 a barrel, WTI dropped 52 cents, or 0.7%, to $69.44 a barrel.
GLOBAL OIL DEMAND WILL UP BY 2.3 MBD
For 2023, the world oil demand growth forecast remains unchanged at 2.3 mb/d, with the OECD Americas and OECD Europe revised slightly lower, while China is revised higher, with jet/kerosene and gasoline leading demand growth.
GERMAN GAS CONCERNS
Germany suffered the most among EU member states from the Russian supply curtailments, with a number of buyers forced to buy expensive gas on the open market to make up for the Russian shortfall.
GLOBAL RENEWABLES CAPACITY UP
Renewable generation capacity increased by 295 GW (+9.6%) in 2022. Solar energy continued to lead capacity expansion, with a massive increase of 192 GW (+22%), followed by wind energy with 75 GW (+9%). Renewable hydropower capacity increased by 21 GW (+2%) and bioenergy by 8 GW (+5%). Geothermal energy increased by a very modest 181 MW.
WHO BLEW UP NORD STREAM
"Every politician knows who blew up Nord Stream, but hypocritically keeps quiet," says Vucic.
HEATING ENERGY TRANSITION
Energy Infrastructure: Low-carbon heating requires technologies that ensure an efficient and secure integration into the (electrical) grid.