Category: IEA (International Energy Agency)

By Stephen Leahy UXBRIDGE, Canada, May 25, 2012 (IPS) – Climate-heating carbon emissions set a record high in 2011, in a 3.2 percent increase over the previous year, the International Energy Agency reported this week. The main reason for this dangerous increase is that governments are failing to implement policies to prevent catastrophic increases of [...]

I spoke with Dr. Fatih Birol Chief Economist Director, Office of the Chief Economist International Energy Agency, Paris the the 2010 Challenge Bibendum, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. President Lula had talked earlier about the Gulf oil gusher. What does Birol think of the Gulf oil gusher? Do we need to drill in deep water?

November, 11, 2007 - John Batchelor and Lou Ann Hammond talk about the upcoming OPEC summit, the price of oil and gasoline and what the alternatives are for the future. pp_flashembed( ‘powerpress_player_908′, {src: ‘’, width: 320, height: 24, wmode: ‘transparent’ }, {config: { autoPlay: false, autoBuffering: false, initialScale: ‘scale’, showFullScreenButton: false, showMenu: false, videoFile: ‘′, loop: [...]

From the International Energy Agency (IEA) Paris, 25 June 2007 New Comprehensive Overview of World Industrial Energy Efficiency and CO2 Intensity “Manufacturing industries in OECD countries have made great progress in energy efficiency during the last 25 years, but important opportunities to reduce emissions remain,” said Claude Mandil, Executive Director of the Paris-based International Energy [...]

I would like to thank the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce for the opportunity to address this distinguished audience. When I talk about getting off the dependence of oil on television and radio I am trying to educate my fellow Americans on a timeframe to release itself from the stranglehold of foreign oil, but also the [...]

William C. Ramsay, Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA), discusses Brazil, Russia, India, China (BRIC)’s growth and national prosperity versus energy and emissions. Ramsay discusses nuclear power; the problems and what needs to be done to make it a viable energy for the United States.

William C. Ramsay, Deputy Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA), explains what IEA is and how they influence energy consumption. Ramsay talks about getting off the dependence of gasoline, using diesel, hybrids, nuclear, ethanol, cellulosic ethanol and hydrogen. How will the world meet the world demand of energy?