Energie : papiers de recherche moissonnés (27/09/2018)

Energy Transitions in G20 Countries : 1- Energy transitions towards cleaner, more flexible and transparent systems ; 2- Energy data transparency and market digitalization. paris : IEA, September 2018 https://www.iea.org/newsroom/news/2018/september/iea-releases-two-reports-on-energy-transitions-in-g20-countries.html

Two technical reports are released today by the IEA and the Ministry shed light on progress and challenges of the energy transitions.
In the first report, the IEA presents a comprehensive tracking of G20 progress on energy transitions, energy access, system integration of variable energy sources and system flexibility, fossil fuel subsidy reforms, energy efficiency as well as related investment and clean energy technologies.
The second report describes how comprehensive energy data is vital to countries to make the best policy and investment decisions on energy. Measuring energy is getting more complex but the IEA along with partners such as IRENA, IEF and OLADE are showing how collaboration, transparency, innovation, capacity building and adopting the benefits of digitalisation can all enhance energy statistics.

The Future of Gas : dossier, Oxford Energy Forum, n° 116, September 2018, 27 p. https://www.oxfordenergy.org/publications/oxford-energy-forum-future-gas-issue-116/

This issue of the Oxford Energy Forum looks at the future of gas from different perspectives. Future development of decarbonised gases – biogas, biomethane and hydrogen – and the consequences for gas networks. The importance of reducing methane emissions from the gas chain. Progress towards reducing the costs of liquefaction and the affordability of gas and LNG imports, particularly in low income countries. The potential for gas to penetrate new markets and specifically the marine transport sector. And the enduring issue of security of supply as a potential constraint on the future of the fuel.

Appui à la stratégie nationale de la recherche sur l’énergie (SNRE) – Rapport de synthèse / Groupe de travail sur les réseaux électriques présidé par Olivier Appert et Denis Randet. Académie des technologies, juin 2018, 24 p. http://academie-technologies-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/2018/08/20/13/33/25/21/ANRT_SNRE_rapport_2018.pdf

Un groupe de travail sur les réseaux électriques présidé par Olivier Appert, délégué général de l’Académie des technologies et Denis Randet, associant entreprises et établissements publics, associant entreprises, institutions de recherche et pouvoirs publics, s’est intéressé à la mise en oeuvre de la SNRE sur les réseaux électriques. En effet, avec l’arrivée des sources d’énergies variables (notamment l’éolien et le solaire photovoltaïque), la problématique des réseaux constitue un défi à la fois technologique, économique et régulatoire… lire la suite

5+1 Key Facts about the OPEC Declaration of Cooperation / Andreas Economou and Bassam Fattouh, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies, September 2018, 11 p. (Oxford energy comment) https://www.oxfordenergy.org/publications/51-key-facts-opec-declaration-cooperation/

As OPEC’s Declaration of Cooperation with non-OPEC producers draws to a close (ending-2018), the future of this historic joint effort of 24 (now 25) OPEC and non-OPEC oil-producing countries has moved to the top of the producers’ agenda. The next Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee’s meeting on September 23rd in Algiers, could provide some hints regarding the future of the cooperative framework between the producers. Although OPEC and non-OPEC producers have collaborated in the past, albeit on a smaller scale, the Declaration of Cooperation has been a landmark agreement due to its success in meeting the many challenges faced in its planning, coordination and monitoring – at least in the short-term. Assessing its effectiveness beyond compliance levels and evaluating the dynamics underlying the success of the Agreement’s current framework as well as its members’ need for institutionalising a long-term cooperative framework, is of paramount importance for understanding what lies ahead and why oil policy will continue to matter in years to come. This Energy Comment discusses 5+1 key facts about the Declaration of Cooperation that shed light on the prospects and challenges in OPEC/NOPEC producers’ pursuit of cooperation.

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