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Dr. Fatih Birol on World Energy Outlook post Copenhagen

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Uploaded on Jun 14, 2010

World Energy Outlook post Copenhagen

About the Event:

Drawing on the results of the IEA's new World Energy Outlook 2009, Dr. Birol will provide a comprehensive update of global energy market trends in the aftermath of the Copenhagen climate meeting and the worst economic crisis since the Second World War. His remarks will also cover the WEO-2009's 450 Scenario -- which sets out a pathway for the energy sector to achieve a transition to a low-carbon world -- and the key findings of its in-depth assessment of the prospects for global gas markets, including the emergence of shale gas as an abundant and potentially low-cost source of supply in North America.


About the Speaker:

Dr. Fatih Birol is the Chief Economist of the International Energy Agency (IEA), with overall responsibility for the organisation's economic analysis of energy and climate change policy. He is responsible for the publication of the annual 'World Energy Outlook', which is the flagship publication of the IEA and is recognized as one of the most authoritative sources for energy analysis and projections. He is also responsible for the IEA Energy Business Council, which provides policy-makers with a business perspective on energy market issues.




Throughout his career, Dr. Birol has been conferred with numerous awards in recognition of his contribution to the energy debate. In 2009, he was named by Forbes Magazine as the world's fourth most powerful person in terms of influence on the world's energy scene.

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