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Global Energy Outlook

Global Energy Outlook (EnerOutlook)は、オンラインのインタラクティブなデータソフトウェアで、直感的な地図やグラフを使ってデータを閲覧し、エネルギー業界の長期的な傾向を視覚的に分析することができます。

これらは、世界全体的にも地域別にも見ることができます。 このインターフェースは、エネルギーの需給や、化石燃料価格、再生可能エネルギー、CO2排出量などの情報を提供します。

このアプリケーションは、POLES model モデルに基づく完全な EnerFuture グローバル予測サービスの抜粋です。

EnerFuture では、次の 3 つの地球規模のエネルギーと気候のシナリオが考慮されています。

  • EnerBase: エネルギー消費とそれに関連する排出量の過去の傾向が 2050 年まで維持されるビジネス アズ ユージュアル シナリオ。
  • EnerBlue: 国が決定する貢献 (NDC) の達成成功に基づくシナリオ。
  • EnerGreen: 2100 年までに世界の気温上昇を 2°C 未満に抑えることを可能にする野心的なシナリオ。


  • 電気および再生エネルギーの詳細を含む、一次および最終消費のトータルについて。
  • CO2排出量について。
  • エネルギーおよび気候指標について。
  • 全世界を7つの地域グループでカバーする。
  • サンプリングされた国 (ブラジル、カナダ、ハンガリー、トルコ、ベトナム) のスナップショット専用タブ付き。
  • 2050年までのデータを含む。
  • EnerBlue シナリオの詳細な結果と、EnerBase および EnerGreen シナリオの重要な数値を示します。

高度な分析のための* .xlsファイルでの自由なデータエクスポート。

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Our forecasting experts just released the 2023 edition of our 2050 Global Energy & Climate scenarios.

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According to a white paper from the China Energy Storage Alliance (CNESA), China’s battery storage capacity addition is expected to slow down from 34.5 GW in 2023 to 30.1 GW in 2024 (-13%) under conservative estimates, as energy storage struggles with low profitability, cause most notably by high upfront costs. With more favourable conditions, new addition in China are forecast to increase by almost a fifth in 2024 to 41.2 GW, which remains, however, below the projected 35% global growth rate of battery storage capacity addition. China needs battery storage as a back up to integrate rising intermittent renewables capacity into power grids, in a context where gas-fired capacity is limited. 



The local Chinese government of the Shanxi province has published the "2024 Work Plan for Stable Coal Production and Supply in Shanxi Province", proposing a slight reduction in the coal output to reach 1.3 Gt during 2024. Citing safety concerns and weak demand that caused a fall in prices, the province will voluntarily reduce 4% of its coal output from the 1.36 Gt produced in 2023. However, production is expected to increase in the coming months to reach the 1.3 Gt of coal during 2024, due to mines working under 70% of the registered production capacity because of production restrictions.



According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), the US gas production increased by 4% in 2023, thanks to a higher output in the three largest producing regions of Appalachia, Permian, and Haynesville, which jointly accounted for 59% of all natural gas production in the United States. The Appalachia region accounted for 29% of domestic gas production but its output growth slowed down in 2023 due to insufficient pipeline capacity to serve demand markets (no new major pipeline capacity addition in 2023). The Permian region accounted for 19% of domestic production and its gas production grew by 13% in a context of high oil prices boosting oil and associated gas production. Finally, the Haynesville region accounted for 13% of domestic production, with a slower production growth owing to low natural gas prices. The EIA Short-Term Energy Outlook expects a modest production contraction in 2024, due to low natural gas prices and a relatively stable rig count. 



The US Department of Energy (DOE) has released the Atlantic Offshore Wind Transmission Study, a two-year study evaluating transmission options to support offshore wind energy deployment along the Atlantic Coast of the United States. The study was based on deploying 85 GW of offshore wind off the Atlantic Coast by 2050, and it analysed various potential scenarios for offshore transmission considering the costs and benefits of each pathway, providing a multi-regional planning perspective.