Breakdown by region | EnerBlue scenario


EnerOutlook Presentation


Download the EnerOutlook 2019 presentation to have an overview of the main outcomes of our central scenario EnerBlue in various world regions.
The presentation includes details on the underlying assumptions of this scenario, along with insightful graphs and learnings on the future of energy systems through 2040.

Download the publication


Nordic European countries will invest over €15bn in power grids by 2028

The power transmission system operators (TSOs) of Norway (Statnett), Sweden (Svenska Kraftnat), Finland (Fingrid) and Denmark ( plan to invest more than €15bn in their power grids by 2028. Additional investments will be required to improve the integration of renewable power generation sources in the regional grid from 2030 to 2040.


PDO aims to raise its production capacity by 10% (Oman)

Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), the largest oil producer in Oman, plans to raise its production capacity by more than 10%, from 610,700 bbl/d in 2018 to over 670,000 bbl/d within five years. The company is investing in exploration -especially in the center of the country- and is raising its production thanks to enhanced oil recovery (EOR) techniques.


PT PLN expects coal consumption in the Indonesian power sector to rise in 2020

According to the Indonesian state-owned power company PT PLN, coal consumption in the power sector should increase from 92 Mt in 2018 to an estimated 97 Mt in 2019 and to 109 Mt in 2020, as new coal-fired power plants are expected to be commissioned in late 2019. These new coal-fired power capacities should reduce the demand for gas in the power sector. Gas consumption in the power sector should increase from 14 bcm in 2018 to 14.5 bcm in 2019 but would dip to 13.65 bcm in 2020; indeed, piped gas consumption should declined by 21% from around 331 bcf (9.4 bcm) in 2019 to 262 bcf (7.4 bcm) in 2020, while LNG consumption should grow by 22% from 181 bcf (5.1 bcm) in 2019 to 221 bcf (6.25 bcm) in 2020.


Indian coal-fired power capacity may grow by 22% by 2022

According to the Federal Ministry of Power of India, India's coal-fired power capacity is expected to increase by more than 22% by 2022, as domestic electricity demand keeps on rising (though at a slower pace in the last four years). Most of the capacity additions should come from state-owned power utilities (owned by the state or federal governments), such as NTPC. NTPC is the largest power generation company in India and has announced plans to raise its coal-fired power capacity from the current 47 GW to 85 GW by 2032.

More news

EnerFuture: Global Energy Forecasts


EnerFuture provides energy projections up to 2040. Our service offers clear insight into the future of energy demand, prices and GHG emissions.

More information

MACC: Marginal Abatement Cost Curves

EnerFuture MACC

Enerdata's long-term MACC allow you to gain unique insight and comprehensive data from the globally recognised POLES model.

More information