Q&A: The Thinking Behind IEA's Net-Zero Report

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The International Energy Agency's (IEA) recently published Net Zero by 2050 report sent a shudder through the oil and gas industry. Commissioned by the UK government ahead of November's COP26 climate conference, the report sees an oil market of just 24 million barrels per day and a price of just $24 per barrel in 2050, if the world wants to limit global warming to 1.5°C. Energy Intelligence spoke to senior IEA analyst Christophe McGlade, one of the authors, about some of the thinking behind the report.

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