World Energy Outlook 2021
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World Energy Outlook 2021
Wednesday 20 October 5:30pm-7:00pm
Amphitheater Chapsal, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume
Please arrive 30min in advance for the check of health passes.
Following the publication of their report on “Net Zero by 2050” this past May, and just ahead of COP26 in Glasgow, the International Energy Agency will publish the 2021 edition of their flagship World Energy Outlook on October 13 next.
Continuing a tradition of several years, Tim Gould, IEA’s Chief Energy Economist, will present the report at SciencesPo on October 20 - at a time of great turbulence in global energy markets, with prices for natural gas, oil, coal, electricity and carbon all heading towards high or even unprecedented levels, and threatening the global post-Covid recovery.
What are we to make of the current situation? What scenarios for the future of energy and climate change?
Giacomo Luciani, Scientific Advisor, Master in International Energy, PSIA
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. Guest Speaker:
Tim Gould, Chief Energy Economist, International Energy Agency
Tim Gould was appointed the International Energy Agency’s Chief Energy Economist in 2021. As Chief Energy Economist, he provides strategic advice on energy economics across a wide range of IEA activities and analysis. Mr Gould is also Head of the Division for Energy Supply and Investment Outlooks, in which capacity he co-leads the World Energy Outlook, the IEA’s flagship publication, and oversees the Agency’s work on investment and finance, including the World Energy Investment report.
Audrey Quehen, Managing Director, external relations Department, ENGIE
Audrey Quehen has held the position of Managing Director of ENGIE’s external relations Department since 2018. She represents ENGIE as a Board member of several professional associations, including CEDIGAZ and EVOLEN, in which she also chairs its ESG committee. Audrey Quehen is vice-president of Sciences Po Alumni’s Energy, Infrastructure, and Mobility Group.
Anne Geschke, 2020/2021 Representative of the Master in International Energy, PSIA
Anne Geschke is part of the International Energy Masters Programme, which she was representative of in the academic year 2020/21. She has a background in Intistutional Analysis and Political Economy, which she is currently connecting with interdisciplinary research on European hydrogen supply at the electricity trader and producer Axpo.