Investments in the energy sector, including investments in a low-carbon future, are down because of lower oil prices, the International Energy Agency said.
In the latest in our series featuring fund managers and leading market experts, Mr Tom Nelson, head of commodities and resources at Investec Asset Management, gives his outlook for the volatile oil and commodities market.
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In this issue: - What steps does Russia do in energy to increase income of budget; - What dynamics does Ukrainian oil products market show; - How does the discussion of gas tariffs go on; - How do they prepare to reconsider coal prices; - What steps in energy efficiency sector did the government do; - Why are the most critical energy reforms in Ukraine put on hold; - What is the situation with anticorruption cases in energy.