In anticipation of yet another announcement released by the G20 and OPEC+ today, experts at Oil Change International have issued the following statements.
A toolbox isn’t very helpful if even the best tool in it only gets you halfway to the repair you need to make. As the IEA prepares a special report on economic recovery, it must close its own climate credibility gap.
In response to the apparent deal struck today by major oil producers for deep output cuts to end the price war, and in anticipation of the G20 meetings tomorrow, experts at Oil Change International have issued the following statements.
People all over the world are facing unprecedented crises from COVID-19. These tragic impacts will be the deepest in the world’s most vulnerable communities, regions and countries. IEA director Dr. Fatih Birol has urged governments worldwide to place clean energy at the heart of stimulus. Here Dr. Birol is right – but making this clean energy call count with real ambition is critical if the IEA wants to shake its reputation as a shill for the fossil fuel sector.
In response to the International Energy Agency (IEA) Oil 2020 report released today, as global oil prices plummet amid supply swings and the impacts of COVID 19, Kelly Trout, senior research analyst at Oil Change International, released the following statement.
The IEA is embarking on a public relations effort that bears a striking resemblance to the spin coming from the oil and gas industry itself. This post takes a closer look at the IEA’s new spin, and why it’s a dangerous distraction from real solutions.
By Laurie van der Burg As the climate crisis wreaks havoc across the globe and we enter a decade that will make or break our ability to limit warming to 1.5°C, Big Oil continues to use the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) dangerous scenarios to justify major new investments in oil and gas, including in court. … Read More
The IEA’s fingerprints were all over the failed UN climate talks in Madrid. And so, it was not hard to find them and set the record straight.
The IEA has become a liability on climate with its annual World Energy Outlook failing to provide the critical tools to plan for Paris success.
In case you missed it, yesterday the International Energy Agency released its hallmark report, World Energy Outlook (WEO) 2019. If the resultant press coverage and social media traffic was any indication, there are growing concerns over the inadequacy of the WEO.