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international energy agency
worldenergyoutlook2oo8
 
worldenergyoutlook2008
€150 (61 2008 23 1 P1) ISBN: 978-92-64-04560-6
 Are world
oil and gas supplies
under threat? How could a new international accord on
stabilising greenhouse-gas
emissions aect global energy markets?
World Energy Outlook 2008 
answers these and other burning questions.
WEO-2008
draws on the experience o another turbulent year in energy markets toprovide new
energy projections to 2030
, region by region and uel by uel. It incorporates the latest data and policies.
WEO-2008
ocuses on two
pressing issues acing the energy sector
today:
n
Prospects for oil and gas production
: How much oil and gas exists and how muchcan be produced? Will investment be adequate? Through
feld-by-feld analysis
 o production trends at 800 o the world’s largest oilfelds, an assessment o thepotential or fnding and developing new
reserves
and a bottom-up analysis o upstream
costs and
investment,
WEO-2008
takes a hard look at uture global oiland gas supply.
n
Post-2012 climate scenarios 
: What emissions limits might emerge rom current international negotiations on climate change? What role could
cap-and-trade
and
sectoral approaches
play in moving to a low-carbon energy uture? Two dierent scenarios are assessed, one in which the atmospheric concentration o emissions isstabilised at 550 parts per million (ppm) in CO
2
equivalent terms and the secondat the still more ambitious level o 450 ppm. The implications or energy demand,prices, investment, air pollution and energy security are ully spelt out. This ground-breaking analysis will enable policy makers to
distill the key choices
as they striveto agree in Copenhagen in 2009 on a
post-Kyoto climate ramework 
.With extensive data, detailed projections and in-depth analysis,
WEO-2008
providesinvaluable insights into the prospects or the global energy market and what they meanor climate change.
 
international energy agency
worldenergyoutlook2oo8

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