World Energy Outlook: The Coming Year (NS 220)

2022 Fall
Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Natural Sciences(NS)
6.00 / 6.00 ECTS (for students admitted in the 2013-14 Academic Year or following years)
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The analysis of the world energy outlook in each coming year will be studied: Scope and methodology. Global energy trends this year. Natural gas market outlook. Coal market outlook. Power sector outlook. Renewable energy outlook. Energy efficiency outlook. Energy and competitiveness. Case study, e.g. Brazil. From oil resources to reserves. Prospects for oil supply. Prospects for oil demand. Implications for oil refining and trade.


Work with the analyses that WEO provides us with and understand how WEO contributes to the energy matters
Gain a greater understanding of the energy concerns of producer and consumer countries
Learn to analyze how countries shape their foreign policies with regard to energy matters
Examine shifting trends in the energy realm, with a major focus on the unconventional revolution
Have a comprehensive understanding about the future of energy and the climate change
Anticipate new patterns and structural shifts in the international environment in light of these trends


  Percentage (%)
Final 50
Midterm 50