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World energy, technology and climate policy outlook 2030 – Table of Contents (published in May 2003)

FOREWORD

KEY MESSAGES [pdf]

CHAPTER 1 : CONTEXT AND METHODOLOGY [pdf]
1.1 THE REFERENCE SCENARIO
1.2 UNCERTAINTIES
1.3 POLICY ISSUES

CHAPTER 2 : ENERGY AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDS TO 2030 [pdf]
2.1 KEY ASSUMPTIONS
2.2 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY PRICES
2.3. GLOBAL OUTLOOK FOR ENERGY AND CO2 EMISSIONS
2.3.1 World energy consumption
2.3.2 Energy related CO2 emissions
2.4 PRIMARY FUEL SUPPLY
2.4.1 Simulation of oil and gas discovery
2.4.2 World oil supply
2.4.3 World gas supply
2.4.4 World coal supply

CHAPTER 3 : SECTORAL OUTLOOK [pdf]
3.1 ENERGY DEMAND
3.1.1 Global trends
3.1.2 Regional trends
3.1.3 Industry
3.1.4 Transport sector
3.1.5 Household sector
3.1.6 Services and agriculture
3.2 POWER GENERATION AND RENEWABLE TECHNOLOGIES
3.2.1 Global trends
3.2.2 Renewables

CHAPTER 4: ASSESSMENT OF UNCERTAINTIES [pdf]
4.1. OIL AND GAS RESOURCES
4.1.1 Low oil and gas resources
4.1.2 High gas resources
4.2. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT FOR POWER GENERATION
4.2.1 Gas
4.2.2 Coal
4.2.3 Nuclear
4.2.4 Renewables
4.2.5 Impact on CO2 emissions

CHAPTER 5: EU GAS MARKET IN A WORLD PERSPECTIVE [pdf]
5.1 GAS DEMAND
5.2 GAS SUPPLY
5.3 SECURITY OF EU GAS SUPPLY

CHAPTER 6: IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES [pdf]
6.1 INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS
6.2 A CO2 EMISSION ABATEMENT CASE FOR 2030
6.3 CONSEQUENCES OF ACCELERATED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

DEFINITION OF REGIONS, LIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS, AKNOWLEDGMENT [pdf]

ANNEX 1: COMPARISON OF WORLD ENERGY STUDIES [pdf]

ANNEX 2: WETO PROJECTIONS BY REGIONS [pdf]

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