Papua New Guinea is on track to double its liquefied natural gas (LNG) production capacity following a recent agreement with energy majors, although opposition to the deal may slow down the development process.
After passenger numbers dropped off sharply in the opening months of the year, Indonesia’s government has moved to rein in rising air travel costs by lowering ticket prices and increasing local production of jet fuel.
Articles & Analysis | Egypt looks beyond oil to alternative natural resources from The Report: Egypt 2019
Egypt has the potential to produce 53% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030, according to a 2018 assessment from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). Egypt’s current energy strategy calls for input from renewables to generate 20% of power capacity by 2022, rising to 42% by 2035. IRENA’s more optimistic view can be...
Articles & Analysis | Investments in gas, coal, nuclear and renewables could secure Egypt's energy future from The Report: Egypt 2019
The energy sector is an important driver of Egypt’s socio-economic development, accounting for around 13% of GDP in 2017. Aside from the member states of the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Egypt is Africa’s largest oil producer, as well as its third-largest producer of dry natural gas, according to the US Energy Information...
Interviews & Viewpoints | Tarek El Molla, Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources: Interview from The Report: Egypt 2019
What measurable progress has the energy modernisation programme made thus far?
Articles & Analysis | As costs decline, renewables grow in Egypt and other emerging markets from The Report: Egypt 2019
Although the world remains largely dependent upon fossil fuels for power generation, a gradual transition towards renewable sources has been taking place since the 1990s, underpinned by multilateral deals such as the Kyoto Protocol, the Doha Amendment and, more recently, the Paris Agreement. Investment and development in renewable technologies...