World Energy Outlook 2020
- Actualité Sciences Po
The annual World Energy Outlook (WEO) is the International Energy Agency’s flagship publication, used as a reference by both governments and the energy industry. This year’s edition of the World Energy Outlook will take a close look at the implications of the pandemic on the energy sector, exploring the actions needed to move towards a clean energy transition and a sustainable recovery.
World Energy Outlook 2020
Thursday 22 October 2020 | 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm CET
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A presentation by Tim Gould, Head of the Energy Supply Division, International Energy Agency
Discussed by Coby van der Linde, director of the Clingendael International Energy Programme and PSIA faculty member
Chaired by Giacomo Luciani, Scientific Advisor, Master in International Energy, PSIA
More about the guest speakers:
Tim Gould is co-head of the World Energy Outlook series at the Paris-based International Energy Agency, which is one of the world’s most authoritative sources for strategic insight on long-term energy and environmental trends. As Head of Division, he designs and directs the work on all aspects of energy supply as well as contributing to the Outlook as a principal author. He also oversees the Agency’s work on investment, including the World Energy Investment report.
The World Energy Outlook covers all fuels and energy technologies and uses different scenarios to illustrate the choices that can lead towards a more secure and sustainable energy future. As part of this work, Tim Gould has led in-depth analysis of Africa (2014 and 2019), Southeast Asia (2017, 2019), major oil and gas-exporting economies (2018) China (2017), Mexico (2016), India (2015), Brazil (2013), Iraq (2012), Russia (2011) and the Caspian region (2010). He has also developed and overseen a multi-year programme of analysis on the future of oil and gas and the evolving pressures on industry and major resource-holders, including detailed work on methane abatement and the emissions intensities of different fuels.
Before joining the IEA in 2008, initially as a specialist on Russian and Caspian energy, he worked on European and Eurasian energy issues in Brussels and has ten years of experience in Eastern Europe, primarily in Ukraine. He graduated from Oxford University and has a post-graduate diploma from the School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.
Coby van der Linde is Director of the Clingendael International Energy Programme (CIEP) since 2001. This programme aims to contribute to the public debate on international political and economic developments in the energy sector. Dr van der Linde is also a Professor of Geopolitics and Energy Management, University of Groningen, Netherlands. At PSIA, she teaches a course on International Natural Gas Markets and the Role of Clean Gases in the Energy Transition.
Giacomo Luciani is the Scientific Advisor of the Master in International Energy, PSIA, Sciences Po, Paris; he is also Adjunct Professor at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. In February 2015 he launched a MOOC on “Politics and Economics of International Energy”, initially on the FUN platform, then from May 2016 on Coursera. As of October 2020 it has attracted in excess of 40’000 students, of which 10% successfully completed the course and received a certificate.
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