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World Energy Focus: read our April issue

In this issue, we bring you a cover story on the progress and prospects for CCS, an exclusive interview with DNV GL Energy CEO David Walker on a European supergrid, a focus on Egypt’s investment rush, plus latest news from around the world.

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The “new normal”: Energy price volatility and climate framework uncertainty top concerns of global energy leaders

Energy leaders see energy price volatility and the future of a climate framework as their top critical uncertainties, according to our latest World Energy Issues Monitor. This 7th annual edition of the study, entitled “Energy price volatility: the new normal”, has gathered the views of more than 1,000 energy leaders, including ministers and chief executives from nearly 80 countries.

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Utilities call for joint action to deliver universal access while reducing emissions

New GEI report identifies the untapped opportunities for electricity utilities to further deliver a low-carbon future

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2014 World Energy Trilemma: Energy future hinges upon financing choices today

Annual ranking of 129 countries finds number of AAA countries drops from five to three while four countries put on negative watch

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2014 Executive Assembly put spotlight on regional integration

The World Energy Council’s Executive Assembly concluded last month (20–24 October) in Colombia with broad support from WEC members and the more than 700 attending representatives from governments and the private sector.

Voices from the WEC Network

(from left to right) Jean Marie Dauger, Rabiou Hassane Yari, Olivier Appert, Marie-José Nadeau, Teruaki Masumoto

Objective COP21: the road is still long

The 4th European Forum of Energy finds that much still needs to be done in bringing together the visions of industrialised and developing countries

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Pakistani Future Energy Leader gets Forbes award for “lighting a million lives”

Fiza Farhan has been named as one of this year’s “30 under 30” social entrepreneurs for her efforts to bring renewable energy to poor, rural areas of Pakistan