This event is open to the public. Industry Stakeholders, Government Officials, NGOs, and other interested groups and individuals are welcome.
Resurgence in oil and gas production from the United States. Deep declines in the cost of renewables. The growing share of electricity in the energy mix. A cleaner and more diversified energy mix in China.
These changes provide the backdrop for the World Energy Outlook 2017, which will have its Canadian launch on Friday, November 24th at Carleton University.
A presentation of the World Energy Outlook, which includes a full update of energy demand and supply projections to 2040 based on different scenarios, will be presented. The projections are accompanied by detailed analyses of their impact on energy industries and investment, as well as implications for energy security and the environment.
Paul Simons, Deputy Executive Director of the International Energy Agency in Paris, will provide the presentation followed by a Q&A.
Paul Simons supports the
Executive Director in providing leadership and strategic direction to the Agency, including advancing
the global engagement strategy by strengthening co-operation with non-member countries and
pursuing initiatives with key partner countries. Paul holds overall responsibility for co-ordinating internal operations, such as the budget and Programme of Work, and oversees the IEA Energy Data Centre.
2:30 – 3:00 pm
Paul Simons, Deputy Executive Director of the International Energy Agency in Paris
3:00 – 3:45 pm
Discussion and Q & A
Moderated by André Plourde, Dean, Faculty of Public Affairs
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