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IENE NEWSIENE Analysis: Decarbonisation Policies in SE Europe Amid COVID-19

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

IENE Analysis: Decarbonisation Policies in SE Europe Amid COVID-19

On June 1, the Institute of Energy for SE Europe (IENE) sent to its members its latest newsletter “Monthly Analysis” (Issue No. 310). The analysis focused on the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) and how it affects the energy sector in SE Europe, in terms of investments and potential impediments in the decarbonization process. The plunge in carbon prices, as a result of lower energy demand, indicates the obstacles that were caused by the coronavirus spread and may affect the recently launched European Green Deal.

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ANALYSISRivalry between US and Rivalry between US and China enters new phaseChina enters new phase

Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Rivalry between US and Rivalry between US and China enters new phaseChina enters new phase

As the push to reopen economies intensifies, world leaders face mounting pressure to successfully balance health concerns, national economies and their own political futures. That’s true of US President Donald Trump as he heads into his re-election campaign this fall, but a surprise addition to this list of vulnerable world leaders is Chinese President Xi Jinping. This new reality may bring the US and China to the cusp of a cold war.

ANALYSISChinese Oil Imports To Rise In 2020 Despite Coronavirus

Friday, May 22, 2020

Chinese Oil Imports To Rise In 2020 Despite Coronavirus

by Tsvetana Paraskova*

Despite the low oil demand during the COVID-19 outbreak in China, the world’s top oil importer is set to increase its crude oil imports by 2 percent in 2020, thanks to the low oil prices, according to a research think-tank affiliated with state oil giant China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC).

China’s apparent crude oil consumption is expected to increase by between 1 percent and 2 percent year on year, CNPC Research says, as carried by Reuters.

ANALYSISMotor Mouth: Can Electric Vehicles Sell Without Incentives?

Friday, May 15, 2020

Motor Mouth: Can Electric Vehicles Sell Without Incentives?

by David Booth*

It wasn’t a banner year for electric vehicles in 2019. After a six-year run typified by near exponential growth — EVs averaged an incredible 60 per cent year-over-year increase from 2012 to 2018 — worldwide sales of plug-in vehicles have stagnated

ANALYSISIs This The End Of The LNG Boom?

Friday, May 8, 2020

Is This The End Of The LNG Boom?

by Nick Cunningham*

The glut of natural gas could lead to more cancelled LNG exports in the next few months. “It is clear that yes we face today people talk lot about the oil market, but the gas markets are suffering a lot,” the CEO of Total SA, Patrick Pouyanne, told investors and analysts on an earnings call on Tuesday. “We are on the way to, I would say, cancel some of the of the LNG tankers during summer time in order to limit some losses.”


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