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  • More scenarios: whereas the data in EnerOutlook corresponds to the EnerBlue scenario (NDC achievement), two other scenarios are provided in EnerFuture: EnerBase (current policies) and EnerGreen (2°C scenario).
  • Detailed breakdown: very insightful details are provided in EnerFuture, like a complete disaggregation of all series by country, by sector and by energy source/vector; e.g. final consumption of gas in the US buildings sector, electricity price in the Chinese industry, solar capacity for power generation in India, CO2 emissions from the industry in Europe and by Member State, etc.
  • Full MS-Excel export capability: in EnerFuture, the user can pick-up the relevant forecasts necessary for further analysis and export these in a user-friendly prepared MS-Excel sheet, either by series or by country.
  • More analytical indicators: incl. macroeconomic indicators (economic growth, population, GDP per capita), demand indicators (primary energy intensity, per capita energy and electricity consumption), CO2 indicators (emissions per inhabitant, CO2 intensity of power generation, carbon price, CO2 intensity to GDP), renewables indicators (share in primary and final consumption, share in electricity generation), etc.
  • MAC curves (MACCs): provide both the level of emissions and the level of mitigated/reduced emissions that can be reached at a given carbon price for a given year, a given country and in a given sector. These levels are derived from our standard scenarios which are explicitly detailed. MACCs are provided for a wide range of carbon prices.
  • A Country Snapshot: pick up your country(ies) and explore the key trends of the future energy system through intuitive graphs and tables. Fully exportable to MS-Excel.

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Russia lowers its energy production forecasts for 2021-2022

The Russian government has lowered its forecast for oil production from 560 Mt to 517 Mt (-8% on previous forecast) in 2021 and to 548 Mt in 2022 (-2%); forecasts for 2023 and 2024 have not changed. In addition, the country should produce 391 Mt of coal in 2021 (-14% compared to a previous forecast), 390 Mt in 2022 and 2023 (-16% and -18%, respectively, on previous forecasts), and 420 Mt in 2024 (-14%). Where gas production is concerned, Russia is now expected to produce 698 bcm of gas in 2021 (-6.9%), 743 bcm in 2022 (-2%), 773 bcm in 2023 and 795 bcm in 2024 (unchanged); LNG production is still expected to average 30.1 Mt in 2021.


Poland’s gas demand should increase by 60% over the next decade

According to the Polish gas transmission system operator Gaz-System, Poland’s gas demand is forecast to increase by 60% over the next 10-13 years, from nearly 21 bcm in 2019 to over 30 bcm. The country will use gas as a transition fuel before switching to nuclear and renewables. In 2040, gas should account for 30% of Poland’s power mix, followed by wind (30%), nuclear (16%) and solar (5%).


Vietnam’s installed capacity should increase by 145% in 2019-2030

According to a draft electricity plan released by the Vietnamese Ministry of Industry and Trade, Vietnam will need about US$320bn to develop its power sector in 2021-2045, including US$235bn for electricity and US$85bn for the grid. The supply of commercial electricity is forecast to reach 491 TWh in 2030 (+87% compared to 2019) and 877 TWh by 2045 (+265%). The country’s total capacity should amount to 137 GW in 2030 (+145% compared to 2019), with 29% from wind power, solar and renewable energies, 27% from coal-fired thermal power plants, 21% from gas thermal power, 18% from hydropower, 4% from imports and 1% from storage devices. In 2045, Vietnam’s installed capacity is expected to reach 277 GW (+395% compared to 2019), including 44% from wind power, solar and renewable energies, 24% from gas thermal power, 18% from coal-fired thermal power, 9% from hydropower, 2% from imports and 3% from storage devices.


Bulgaria aims at installing 2.5 GW of renewable capacity by 2024

According to the Bulgarian power transmission system operator Electricity System Operator (ESO), Bulgaria had 1.1 GW of solar power plants and 0.7 GW of wind capacity at the end of 2020, accounting for about 20% of the country’s installed capacity. 77 MW of solar capacity was added during the year and another 114 MW should be connected in 2021.

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