IMF - Investing in climate resilient infrastructure would help households and firms cope with storms. The expected cost of natural disasters could be usefully included in public debt sustainability analyses.
МИНЭНЕРГО РОССИИ - «Мы выйдем на 690 миллиардов кубометров газа. Это плюс 8% к показателю прошлого года. Знаковым событием стал ввод первой очереди завода Ямал СПГ». Глава энергетического ведомства подчеркнул, что полным ходом идет строительство газопроводов Турецкий поток и Сила Сибири.
МИНЭКОНОМРАЗВИТИЯ РОССИИ - Декларацией подтверждается намерение Сторон и в дальнейшем развивать конструктивное и взаимовыгодное взаимодействие в энергетической сфере, уделяя особое внимание вопросам энергоэффективности, энергосбережения и использования возобновляемых источников энергии и «зеленых» технологий.
МИНЭКОНОМРАЗВИТИЯ РОССИИ - Стороны обсудили текущее состояние и перспективы торгово-экономических отношений между Россией и Францией, в том числе в таких значимых отраслях как энергетика, авиастроение, космос, транспорт, строительство и ЖКХ. Ключевыми темами заседания стали совместная поддержка малого и среднего предпринимательства, а также взаимодействие в продвижении инновационных проектов и инициатив.
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PLATTS - Germany's total primary energy consumption for 2017 is forecast to rise by 0.8%, mainly due to strong economic growth, with oil and gas further boosting their market share to 58.3% of the energy mix, German research group AG Energiebilanzen (AGEB) said Thursday.
IEA - Coal’s share in the global energy mix is forecast to decline from 27% in 2016 to 26% in 2022 on sluggish demand growth relative to other fuels. Growth through 2022 is concentrated in India, Southeast Asia and a few other countries in Asia. Coal demand declines in Europe, Canada, the United States and China, the largest coal consumer by far, and where we forecast a structural but slow decline with some fluctuations linked to short-term market requirements.
OPEC - Sustainable oil market stability is crucial to attract the level of investment necessary for future demand growth; In the longer term, oil will remain a vital and integral part of the energy mix; Global energy and oil demand will grow in the long term;
PLATTS - South Korea aims to boost the portion of LNG in its electricity generation mix to 18.8% in 2030 from an estimated 16.9% this year as part of efforts to reduce its heavy reliance on coal and nuclear, the energy ministry said.
ROSSETI - On the 7th of December the international rating agency Moody`s has raised the long-term credit rating of PJSC "Rossety" to the rank "Ba1" as per international scale with stable prediction. Moreover, the agency has taken a decision on raising the estimation of characteristics of own credit rating of "Rossety" of one rank to "ba1" level.
Within the grouping of Developing countries, India and China are the two nations with the largest additional energy demand over the forecast period, both in the range of 22–23 mboe/d.
EIA projects that global nuclear capacity will grow at an average annual rate of 1.6% from 2016 through 2040, led predominantly by countries outside of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). EIA expects China to continue leading world nuclear growth, followed by India. This growth is expected to offset declines in nuclear capacity in the United States, Japan, and countries in Europe.
Access to modern energy is incomplete. With a total population of nearly 640 million, an estimated 65 million people remain without electricity and 250 million are reliant on solid biomass as a cooking fuel. Investment in upstream oil and gas has been hit by lower prices since 2014 and the region faces a dwindling position as a gas exporter, and a rising dependency on imported oil.
WNN - Asian countries continue to dominate the market for new nuclear build, according to a newly-released report from the World Nuclear Association. Of the 10 new nuclear power reactors that started up worldwide in 2016, eight were located in Asia.
China accounts for the lion’s share of the upsurge. But Middle East and north African countries are scheduled to have installed 14GW in solar plants by the end of 2018 — a seven-fold increase from 2015. Central and South America are also expected to reach 14GW, nearly five times more than in 2015, while India is set to hit 28GW, a jump of nearly six times.