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“Arrogant” Woodside gaslights United Nations, IEA and CSIRO at chaotic AGM
G7 members can lead world in reducing emissions from heavy industry
Southeast Asian nations face growing energy security challenges and need to accelerate their clean energy transitions
APPEA Board appoints new Chief Executive
Poland needs stronger push to reduce emissions and ensure secure energy supplies, new IEA policy review says
‘The memory of goldfish and agility of an elephant’, AGL’s claims out of step with market
Renewable power is set to break another global record in 2022 despite headwinds from higher costs and supply chain bottlenecks
King of Sweden leads high-level delegation visit to IEA for discussion on energy markets and technologies with Executive Director
Nuclear in Wider Energy Context: Q&A with International Energy Agency Executive Director Fatih Birol
AGL’s massive $73m profit hit yet another domino falling in dodgy demerger strategy
Coal pushes wholesale power prices to double in year, squeezing Australian households
NAB delivers new ESG financial innovation
An update on Member Countries Contributions to IEA Collective Actions
Biden Administration Responds to Putin’s Price Hike by Awarding First Barrels from Historic Strategic Petroleum Reserve Release &
Energy saving actions by EU citizens could save enough oil to fill 120 super tankers and enough natural gas to heat 20 million homes
Australia 91% reliant on foreign oil: Research Report
Belgium needs to build on success with offshore wind to reduce reliance on imported fossil fuels, new IEA policy review says
Xodus eyes global opportunity for CCS
Global natural gas demand set to decline slightly in 2022 as Russia’s war disrupts markets and economies
Towards Just Energy Transition: Nuclear Power Boasts Best Paid Jobs in Clean Energy Sector
An update to Member Countries Contribution to IEA Collective Stock Draw decision of April 2022
Clean energy spending in governments’ economic recovery packages has surged by 50% since end of October
New Zealand to release more oil stocks
Statement on Unprecedented IEA Release Following President Biden’s SPR Announcement
IEA confirms member country contributions to second collective action to release oil stocks
MIT Energy Conference focuses on climate’s toughest challenges
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Member of Council of Economic Advisers Jared Bernstein,
Press Briefing by Press Secretary Jen Psaki and CEA Member Jared Bernstein, April 1, 2022
IEA Member Countries agree to new emergency oil stock release in response to market turmoil
Covid pandemic has slowed progress towards sustainable energy goals even as renewables continue to gain ground
Statement about Oil Market Report data
Santos’ oil and gas portfolio would halve in value under IEA’s net zero by 2050 scenario – Market Forces
Quiet Revolution Redefining ‘How’ of Government Spending
IEA reappoints Fatih Birol for new term as Executive Director
IEA Member Statement
Australia emphasises importance of affordable, reliable energy at International Energy Agency Ministerial meeting
Minister Wilkinson Advances Energy Security and Global Transition to Net Zero
At IEA Ministerial Meeting, global energy leaders vow to strengthen energy security and accelerate clean energy transitions
2022 IEA Ministerial Communiqué
IEA gets major backing from member countries to expand work on clean energy transitions
Africa faces both major challenges and huge opportunities as it transitions to clean energy
Ensuring that transformation of global energy sector is people-centred
Addressing barriers hindering progress on low-emissions energy technologies is key to meeting climate goals
Australia-India Virtual Summit
Accelerating priority natural gas infrastructure projects
Under Secretary Fernandez’s Travel to Paris
Unlocking critical local gas production and storage
Emergency measures can quickly cut global oil demand by 2.7 million barrels day, reducing risk of damaging supply crunch