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                    [Title] => IEA: Renewables set to displace coal as top energy source
                    [Summary] => Renewables are set to displace coal as the top source of energy for electricity production globally in 2025, the International Energy Agency said Wednesday.
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                    [Title] => IEA urges ‘emergency measures’ to cut oil use
                    [Summary] => The International Energy Agency on Friday urged governments to urgently implement measures to cut global oil consumption within months following supply fears stemming from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
                    [DatePublished] => 2022-03-22 00:00:00
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                    [Title] => Virus sparks record drop in energy investments
                    [Summary] => The energy industry is set to suffer a record drop in investment due to the coronavirus fallout, the IEA said on Wednesday, and while renewables are likely to fare better than oil, any swift economic recovery could create a global fuel crunch.
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                    [Title] => China, India increasingly drive energy demand
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China and India are increasingly driving world energy demand as the United States' production boom puts it on track to become independent of the global market, the International Energy Agency said yesterday.

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World oil demand will rise this year due to surging economic activity in Asian countries, especially China, the International Energy Agency said Friday as it bumped up its forecasts.

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PARIS (AP) – The International Energy Agency on Thursday forecast that the slump in global oil demand in 2009 would be slightly less severe than previously expected, the organization's first upward revision to its estimates in 10 months as economic indicators suggest the recession may be past its peak.

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) has lowered its estimate for global oil demand in 2009 after “much lower-than-expected” economic growth in the global economy.

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