Lessons to take from Switzerland's slow phase-out
Water is a critical element of energy security, so we need to monitor it carefully
Bus rapid transit – a mix of efficient service and land-use policies – provides a low-cost, energy-efficient solution to urban transport woes
With official data often tardy, the IEA counts oil tankers for an up-to-date assessment of trade flows: right now, the focus is on Iranian shipments
Shale oil is generating talk that the United States can cease importing oil. But causes for caution range from pipeline constraints to prices
As China shifts from coal power, an IEA-assisted roadmap shows how wind can generate 17% of the surging economy’s electricity by 2050
The author of "The Prize" and "The Quest" reflects on the evolution of energy security and the different challenges in this century
Speculation can actually temper volatility while not affecting oil prices
To attain true energy security, Saudi Petroleum Minister calls for enabling people in developing countries to access energy reliably
Emerging markets are entering the arena, led by banks, institutional investors and corporations in Asia
Humanity’s increasing impact on the Earth’s climate system involves more than just the emission of a trillion-plus tonnes of carbon dioxide since 1750.
Much more than just a database, JODI highlights the importance of data transparency
This article appears in the latest issue of IEA Energy: The Journal of the International Energy Agency.
As long as the world relies on oil, the IEA will be on the cutting edge of monitoring it
IEA is preparing in-depth energy outlook for Iraq for release on 9 October