Energy Policies of IEA Countries: 2003 Review
|This volume contains an analysis of developments in energy policies in the Member countries of the International Energy Agency. It features an overview of major trends in the energy markets, notably the renewed interest in energy security on the part of policy-makers. The study describes how, during the period before and during the war in Iraq, the IEA successfully worked to secure oil supply. In addition to external developments, an internal dimension of energy security arose in the context of electricity and gas market reform. The Review also describes the efforts by countries having ratified the Kyoto Protocol to implement the agreements and the trend of energy R&D policies, as well as developments in energy security and energy market reform in major non-OECD countries.|
|Published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the IEA, 2004.|
|Note: for an in-depth report on the Canadian energy sector,
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