Tag Archives: International Energy Agency (IEA)

Oil Demand Growing while Drivers Suffer at the Pump

Oil demand growth is set to slow in the coming months, with consumers likely to endure high prices until consumption is brought back into line with supply that’s struggling to keep pace with the world’s thirst for fuels. The International Energy Agency, the US Energy Information Administration and the Organization …

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The Petrochemical Industry is Set to Explode

As countries around the globe are setting ambitious targets to reduce their dependency on fossil fuels, many will remain reliant on oil and gas for petrochemical production for decades to come. However, the decarbonization of oil and gas operations may well become key to the success of the industry, as …

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Russia’s Oil Revenue Soars despite Sanctions

Russia’s oil export revenue has jumped some 50% since the beginning of 2022, Bloomberg reports, citing data from the International Energy Agency (IEA). According to the agency’s monthly market report, Moscow has earned some $20 billion each month this year from sales of crude oil and oil-related products. The earnings …

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IEA: Natural Gas Demand Set to Edge down in 2022

The world’s demand for natural gas is set to decline slightly in 2022 as a result of higher prices and market disruptions caused by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, according to the International Energy Agency’s l(IEA) latest quarterly update. The expected small contraction in global gas demand compares with the IEA’s …

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