Possible effects of US oil sanctions against Iran

U.S. sanctions against Iran will ‘undoubtedly put upward pressure’ on the oil prices in the short run, and will be far more aggressive than the previous sanctions, which merely limited Iran’s oil exports by about 50 percent, a senior fellow in U.S. based think tank said on Sunday. (more…)

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Energy supply

Energy supply projections

The supply mix to meet growing energy demand will be historically diverse – from the oil and natural gas in America’s shale regions, to the deepwater fields off Brazil; from new nuclear reactors in China, to wind turbines and solar arrays in nations around the world.

This diversification in global energy supply will grow over the next two-and-a-half decades. Society’s push for lower-emission energy sources will drive substantial increases in renewables such as wind and solar. By 2040, nuclear and all renewables will be approaching 25 percent of global energy supplies.

Oil grows and continues to be the primary source of energy for transportation and as a feedstock for chemicals. Natural gas also grows, with increasing use in power generation, as utilities look to switch to lower-emissions fuels. Coal struggles to grow due to increased competition in power generation from renewables and natural gas, led by declines in OECD nations. (more…)

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