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Latest Scorecards

CountryLatest Release
AustriaQ3 2016
CanadaQ3 2016
FinlandQ3 2016
FranceQ3 2016
GermanyQ3 2016
PortugalQ3 2016

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2016 LNG import growth dominated by China, India and new entrants

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Energy Consumption in Residential Buildings

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Regulatory indicators for sustainable energy

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Lower costs shifts the balance towards solar photovoltaics from fossil fuel alternatives

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Latest Analysts' Insights

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

Bringing back some fear on the market?

Germany and France will have a very busy electoral year in 2017. Between Presidential and general elections in both countries, and after Brexit (implementation of the Article 50), the European [...]

How protectionism could find its way back to the United States

In his first days in the Oval Office, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order to withdraw from the negotiating process of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP). The aim [...]

Mitigating the impact of energy on the economic cycle: shale oil & gas not the game-changer

There was no longer any room to deny the evidence. In just a few weeks in late 2016, the International Energy Agency confirmed in two of its publications what a [...]

Agricultural impact of climate change and beyond

Will this new year reach a new temperature record? While some (rarer and rarer, though) science dissenters are still doubtful of the evidence, claiming for one extra tenth of percentage [...]

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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.

European Commission seeks reviews of Ireland’s low rates of Vat – Irish Examiner – 23/02/2017

The European Commission has called on the Government to install “systematic” reviews of all its reduced rates for Vat, such as its low level of [...]

Despite tough energy recovery, Norway’s debt decreases – UPI – 17/02/2017

Country's central bank says the worst-case scenario never happened, but struggles remain.

Source:  UPI, 2017/02/17

OPEC To Seek “Energy Dialogue” With U.S. As Shale Output Rises – Oilprice.com – 22/02/2017

OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Barkindo dismissed speculation that the United States’ increase in shale oil production was counteracting the effects of the bloc’s less-than-two-month-old output reduction [...]

France’s economy needs reform not revolution – FT – 16/02/2017

France’s next president will be on course for a collision with Brussels, judging by the latest economic forecasts from the European Commission. These show the [...]

EU to say French economy out of balance, Germany surplus too high – Reuters – 21/02/2017

The European Commission will tell France on Wednesday its economy is improving but still has excessive imbalances, while chiding Germany over its current account surplus [...]

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