World Energy Outlook

Agence Internationale de l'Energie

Frequency :
Annuel
ISSN :
2072-5302 (en ligne)
ISSN :
1026-1141 (imprimé)
DOI :
10.1787/20725302
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The International Energy Agency’s annual energy projections. Based on scenarios, these projections compare what will happen if policies remain the same and what might happen if policies were improved. Each edition tends to have a particular geographical or policy focus.

 
World Energy Outlook 1999

World Energy Outlook 1999

Looking at Energy Subsidies: Getting the Prices Right You do not have access to this content

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Auteur(s):
AIE
Date de publication :
10 nov 2000
Pages :
150
ISBN :
9789264188426 (PDF) ; 9789264171404 (imprimé)
DOI :
10.1787/weo-1999-en

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This in-depth study of world energy markets demonstrates the extent to which energy is under-priced in some of the largest developing and transition countries. It also quantifies the benefits that could be achieved by getting energy prices right, including a reduction of wasteful energy consumption, greater economic growth and lower emissions of carbon dioxide.

Table des matières

Executive Summary
PART A. CONCEPTS, METHODS, AND RESULTS
Chapter 1. The First Step in a Dialogue
Chapter 2. The Increasing Weight of Non-OECD Countries
Chapter 3. The General Approach to Energy Subsidies
Chapter 4. Quantitative Results
Annex: Methods, Concepts, and Data
PART B. THE COUNTRY STUDIES
Chapter 5. China
Chapter 6. The Russian Federation
Chapter 7. India
Chapter 8. Indonesia
Chapter 9. Iran
Chapter 10. South Africa
Chapter 11. Venezuela
Chapter 12. Kazakhstan
Annex: The Potential Benefits of Valuing CO2 Emissions Reductions through Global Emission Trading
PART C. DATA SECTION - END-USE AND REFERENCE PRICES