IENE NEWSIENE’s Chairman nominated by the Academy of Athens to participate in EASAC’ working group on energy security

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

IENE’s Chairman nominated by the Academy of Athens to participate in EASAC’ working group on energy security

The European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) has been set up as a scientific interdisciplinary group, mobilizing Europe’s leading scientists to guide EU policy for the benefit of society. It brings together the National Academies of Science of the EU Member States, Norway, Switzerland and UK. It comprises three distinct programmes covering Biosciences and Public Health, Environment and Energy.

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ARTICLES - COMMENTARYThe U.S. Pause on LNG Export Permits Does Not Threaten Energy Security in Europe and Asia

Friday, February 9, 2024

The U.S. Pause on LNG Export Permits Does Not Threaten Energy Security in Europe and Asia

by Sam Reynolds and Ana Maria Jaller-Makarewicz

The Biden administration’s decision to temporarily pause permitting for new liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminals has caused an uproar among industry groups and fossil fuel companies. In Congressional hearings on the issue this week, opponents of the move repeatedly declared it would hurt U.S. allies in Europe and Asia that “desperately” need American LNG

ARTICLES - COMMENTARYHow Will U.S. Elections Influence Global Energy Markets?

Thursday, February 1, 2024

How Will U.S. Elections Influence Global Energy Markets?

by Alex Kimani*

Trump's presidency could amplify support for fossil fuels and strain clean energy initiatives. Biden's second term may intensify pro-clean energy policies although his administration would likely face legislative challenges. While the election will undoubtedly influence energy markets, energy investors should continue to focus on individual stocks rather than betting on entire sectors

ARTICLES - COMMENTARYThe Impact of Climate Policies on Oil and Gas Investment

Friday, December 22, 2023

The Impact of Climate Policies on Oil and Gas Investment

by Christian Bogmans, Andrea Pescatori and Ervin Prifti*

The induced transition from fossil fuels to low-carbon energy can affect firm investment through powerful anticipation effects. This column uses a firm-level measure of climate policy exposure to show that climate policies have already led to a 6.5% decline in global investment by publicly traded oil and gas companies between 2015 and 2019

ARTICLES - COMMENTARYEnergy Intensity Progress Slows in 2023: IEA

Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Energy Intensity Progress Slows in 2023: IEA

by Rhys Talbot*

Reductions in energy intensity — energy use per unit of GDP generated — slowed in 2023 to 1.3pc from 2pc the year before, the IEA said today. The outlook is positive, but governments must take "substantial and concerted" action to reach a goal of 4pc/yr falls in energy intensity to 2030, it added

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