IEA’s annual report on coal demand, supply and trade through 2021
Étiqueté : coal
Climate policy requires that much of the world’s reserves of fossil fuels remain unburned. This paper makes the case for implementing this directly through policy to close the global coal industry.
The aim of the proposed paper is to analyze key policy and market developments in the Chinese coal market and their possible impact on global coal trade.
Cheap, abundant and easy to transport and store, coal has been produced and consumed to meet people’s energy needs. The last decade’s growth in global coal use has been driven mainly by developing economies like China, whose phenomenal economic growth has been powered by coal-fired
electricity and promoted by the export of manufactured goods…
The Cedigaz analysis of the gas, coal and CO2 dynamics in the EU power sector
Harnessing of energy for human and economic development has had a great impact on Earth systems and the environment, particularly on global biochemical cycles, as the global demand for energy has grown enormously over the last century…
This IEA review analyses the energy-policy challenges facing Germany and provides recommendations for further policy improvements. It is intended to help guide the country towards a more secure and sustainable energy future.
A paper written by Joel Darmstadter
The IEA report presents up to date, authoritative projections of energy trends through to 2035 and insights into what they mean for energy security, environmental sustainability and economic development. Oil, natural gas, coal, electricity from nuclear generation and all other sources, all aspects of renewables, and energy and climate change are all covered.
A WRI fact sheet, by James Bradbury
This IEA paper discusses the status of CCS in China, providing updates on past activities in research and development (R&D), on current projects underway, and an overview of potential and challenges for CCS development in China.
This Carnegie’s Policy outlook explains how China’s sudden entrance into coal import markets could influence the global economy, geopolitics, and the environment.
This IEA’s report focuses mainly on developments to improve the performance of coal-based power generation technologies, which should be a priority
The authors’s main message is that it is optimal to use less coal and more oil once one takes account ofcoal being a backstop which emits much more CO2 than oil
This WRI’s working paper explores some of the key issues emerging around the effective financing of CCS demonstration projects in developing countries.