IEA’s World Energy Outlook 2006

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Abstract

The annual World Energy Outlook is the leading source for medium to long-term energy market projections and analysis and has achieved widespread international recognition. It is the flagship publication of the International Energy Agency.

The latest book – World Energy Outlook 2006, was released on November 7, 2006.  In this update, the reference scenario shows an energy demand growth of 53% by 2030, projecting a future that is dirty, insecure and expensive. An alternative scenario  was also analysed where new government policies could reduce demand by 10% and deliver a cleaner, more competitive energy future. The presentation looks at global oil demand projections to 2030 for the reference and alternate policy scenarios and provides details on exports, imports and investment requirements on a regional basis.

Biography

Tom grew up in Dublin, Ireland. He graduated from University College Dublin with a Bachelor Degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering. Tom started his career in the oil and gas industry in 1979 by joining Schlumberger and he has worked across the globe, including Middle East, Far East, Europe and North America.  Tom\'s career has included positions in Line management, Technical management, Sales, Marketing, Research and Engineering. His experiences have included the full range of hydrocarbon exploration & production activities; seismic, formation evaluation, drilling, well intervention & production management.

Tom’s current position is Manager for the Schlumberger Regional Technology Center in Russia. Prior to this posting, Tom was seconded to the International Energy Agency for a year and based on this experience he is presenting the IEA’s World Energy Outlook 2006 to us tonight.

 

 

 

Congress Center of RF CCI. Start at 7 p.m.:

Meeting presentation

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