Expectations of a rebound in demand for oil in the latter half of the year sparked a rally in crude oil prices early Monday following a week of uncertainty.
Investments in the energy sector, including investments in a low-carbon future, are down because of lower oil prices, the International Energy Agency said.
- New study on Energy Diplomacy released
- Clark says yes to world’s biggest wind farm
- Poland replaces Russia Urals with Iran oil
- Russia-Turkey rapprochement revives Turkish Stream pipeline talks
- Demand forecast pulls oil prices higher
- Greek energy minister ‘positive’ on South Stream construction
- Russia mulls stronger ties to Iran's energy sector
- Russia to loan Iran $1bn for constructing power plant
- Offshore wind in Europe draws EUR 14 billion investment in first half of 2016
- Germany, Italy, & Japan Lead Global Energy Efficiency Rankings, Says ACEEE
- Iran to emerge as US rival in gas markets
- Commission could consider pan-EU regulator to prevent another Dieselgate
- Azerbaijan’s SOCAR warns Greece against foul play over DESFA deal
- Lack of carbon capture and storage to up UK decarbonization costs: NAO
- The Power to Change: Solar and Wind Cost Reduction Potential to 2025
- Kosovo* and Moldova rectify failure to comply with obligation to transpose Third Energy Package
- South Korea’s oil imports from Iran up 115%
- Japan’s oil imports from Iran up 61%
- Russia still facing financial pressures
- Germany EEG reform a mixed bag for wind energy
- Weekly analytical report: September 12 - 18, 2016
In this issue: - Which shifts are forecasted on the oil market; - What instruments does the EU apply to strengthen its energy security; - How does preparation for the heating season proceed; - Will the government be able to manage payment of subsidies; - How did key stakeholders react to the MinEconomy decision on Ukrtransgaz; - In which way do the international partners promote the energy reforms' agenda in Ukraine.