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News and Events in June, 2020

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WHAT DOES COP28 NEED TO DO TO KEEP 1.5 °C WITHIN REACH? THESE ARE THE IEA’S FIVE CRITERIA FOR SUCCESS

WHAT DOES COP28 NEED TO DO TO KEEP 1.5 °C WITHIN REACH? THESE ARE THE IEA'S FIVE CRITERIA FOR SUCCESS Dr Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency The COP28 climate change conference is bringing together world leaders in Dubai at a critical moment for the clean energy transition and international efforts to tackle climate [...]

THE DEVELOPED WORLD’S BROKEN PROMISES: HOW CAN AFRICA FINANCE THE ENERGY TRANSITION?

THE DEVELOPED WORLD’S BROKEN PROMISES: HOW CAN AFRICA FINANCE THE ENERGY TRANSITION? By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber From an African perspective, one of the most important things to come out of COP15, the 2009 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, was the formal recognition of the fact that lower-income countries were [...]

WE’VE GOT TO GET SERIOUS ABOUT ENDING GAS FLARING IN AFRICA

WE’VE GOT TO GET SERIOUS ABOUT ENDING GAS FLARING IN AFRICA By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber In an era when Africa needs oil and gas investments more than ever, attracting those investments has become increasingly difficult. Part of the challenge lies in the mounting pressure on oil companies to shift their focus [...]

LEAPFROGGING IS NOT THE QUICK ENERGY FIX THE WORLD SEEMS TO THINK IT WILL BE

LEAPFROGGING IS NOT THE QUICK ENERGY FIX THE WORLD SEEMS TO THINK IT WILL BE By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber As the hottest year ever recorded draws to a close, climate change is passing from theory to reality and gaining ever-increasing urgency in statehouses around the world. The goal of achieving net [...]

THE EVOLVING GLOBAL ENERGY LANDSCASPE: INEVITABILITY OF PETROLEUM BEYOND 2050

THE EVOLVING GLOBAL ENERGY LANDSCASPE: INEVITABILITY OF PETROLEUM BEYOND 2050. By Omowunmi Iledare, Ph.D., Snr. Fellow USAEE, Fellow NAEE, Fellow EI, Fellow NIPetE, Professor Emeritus in Petroleum Economics and Executive Director, Emmanuel Egbogah Foundation, Abuja, NG Preamble Energy transition, which refers to the switching away from fossil fuels or the transformation of the global energy [...]

MANAGING THE FUTURE OF OIL AND GAS SECTOR FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT: IS POLITICAL EXPEDIENCY ECLIPSING MACROECONOMIC EFFICACY?

MANAGING THE FUTURE OF OIL AND GAS SECTOR FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT:  IS POLITICAL EXPEDIENCY ECLIPSING MACROECONOMIC EFFICACY? By Omowunmi Iledare, Ph.D., Snr. Fellow USAEE, Fellow NAEE, Fellow EI, Fellow NIPetE, Professor Emeritus in Petroleum Economics and Executive Director, Emmanuel Egbogah Foundation, Abuja, NG Preamble That the structure of the economy of Nigeria has changed since [...]

THE 2023 ENERGY INSTITUTE (EI) STATISTCAL REVIEW OF WORLD ENERGY: PRIMARY ENERGY PANORAMA IN AFRICA

THE 2023 ENERGY INSTITUTE (EI) STATISTCAL REVIEW OF WORLD ENERGY: PRIMARY ENERGY PANORAMA IN AFRICA By Omowunmi Iledare, Ph.D., Snr. Fellow USAEE, Fellow NAEE, Fellow EI, Fellow NIPetE, Professor Emeritus in Petroleum Economics and Executive Director, Emmanuel Egbogah Foundation, Abuja, NG Preamble The 72nd Edition of Statistical Review of World Energy marks a new dawn [...]

REPORT FROM THE 12TH EMMANUEL EGBOGAH LEGACY LECTURE SERIES

REPORT FROM THE 12TH EMMANUEL EGBOGAH LEGACY LECTURE SERIES Click here to read the Energy Nuggets Daily report on the 12th Emmanuel Egbogah Legacy Lecture Series

STRONGER INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN HIGH EMISSIONS SECTORS CRUCIAL TO GET ON TRACK FOR 1.5 °C CLIMATE GOAL

STRONGER INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IN HIGH EMISSIONS SECTORS CRUCIAL TO GET ON TRACK FOR 1.5 °C CLIMATE GOAL By IEA Insufficient progress in transitions to clean technologies and sustainable solutions over the past year highlights the need for strong and targeted international collaboration in high emissions sectors to deliver transitions that are faster, easier and cheaper [...]

AFRICA’S RENEWABLES CAPACITY MINIMAL AT BEST — FOR NOW

AFRICA’S RENEWABLES CAPACITY MINIMAL AT BEST — FOR NOW By NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber PREAMBLE There’s no question that renewables will have a future in our energy systems in Africa. It’s an exciting prospect to consider homes powered completely by the sun and clean-burning cars with zero emissions. But for many areas [...]

News and Events in July 2020

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