Sovereign Risks Scorecards

Augmented Sovereign Risk Assessment: advanced risk assessment methodology combining classic macro-financial analysis with in-depth evaluation of countries' resilience to Energy, Climate and Natural Resources challenges.

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AustriaQ3 2016
CanadaQ3 2016
FinlandQ3 2016
FranceQ3 2016
GermanyQ3 2016
PortugalQ3 2016

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Renewable and non-renewable power capacity additions, 2001-2015

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Refinery utilisation rates worldwide

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Annual electricity generating capacity additions and retirements (Reference case)

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China’s Share of Global Renewable Capacity Growth, 2015-21

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Latest Analysts' Insights

Reactive analysis on hot topics that may impact financial and infrastructure investors.

Good night and good luck

On Friday afternoon, Donald Trump will officially become the United States 45th President. This came as quite a shock when the elections took place in early November. However, the buzz [...]

Germany beyond expectations… for long?

This morning, the German Federal Statistical Office released a new set of figures indicating that the price-adjusted gross domestic product grew by 1.9% on annual average in 2016. This is [...]

The Vienna oil agreement: what really is the Saudi agenda?

The USD 10.00-rebound in crude oil price (from USD 47 to USD 57 for Brent) since the agreement settled by OPEC in Vienna in early December seems to be consistent [...]

ECB: the European firefighter?

On December 8, 2016, Mario Draghi, the European Central Bank (ECB) president, announced an extension of the ECB QE that should have ended at the end of March 2017. Indeed, [...]

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Latest News

Release of Daily news from international press on climate & energy risks issues, public finances, stranded assets, sovereign debts and much more.

Tough decisions must be taken to diversify the oil economies – The National – 15/01/2017

In November 2013, Norway’s prime minister, Erna Solberg, said that "We have to prepare Norway for an economy that less oil income, directly, and [...]

India: Country received FDI worth $1.77 bn in renewables – The Asian Age – 19/01/2017

Total FDI equity inflow in the non-conventional energy sector during April 2014 to September 2016.

Source:  The Asian Age, 2017/01/19

Bone-Chilling Winter From Berlin to Davos Causes Energy Scramble – Bloomberg – 14/01/2017

From the rivers criss-crossing eastern Europe to the Mediterranean ports of Greece and France, everyone is hunting for energy supplies. Blizzards, gale force winds, arctic [...]

UN Report – Global Economy Still In Recession, India To Grow At 7.7% In 2017 – Forbes – 18/01/2017

One of the usual United Nations reports, the World Economic Situation and Prospects one, has just appeared and it tells us that India is forecast [...]

For Israel, Energy Boom Could Make Friends Out of Enemies – New York Times – 14/01/2017

Once a barren energy island in a part of the planet otherwise awash in resources, Israel is, after years of delay, finally pushing ahead with [...]

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