The Global Energy Outlook 2022: Turning Points and Tension in the Energy Transition

An in-depth panel discussion on some of the potential long-term outlooks for energy markets in a year marked by progress and peril

Date

April 7, 2022

Time

noon — 1:15 p.m.

Event Series

RFF Live

Event Description

On April 7, 2022, Resources for the Future (RFF) hosted a virtual RFF Live event, “The Global Energy Outlook 2022: Turning Points and Tension in the Energy Transition.” This event coincided with the release of the 2022 Global Energy Outlook—RFF’s annual report that synthesizes global energy market projections and analysis from leading energy organizations, academics, and corporations—and an accompanying interactive web tool. The only report of its kind, RFF’s 2022 Global Energy Outlook harmonizes analyses from other organizations to allow for a clear understanding and easy comparison of potential future energy markets, climate trajectories, and policy options at global, regional, and national levels.

The event featured an in-depth panel discussion on some of the potential long-term outlooks for energy markets and the global energy system in the face of recent international climate action and energy market volatility from the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

RFF’s 2022 Global Energy Outlook includes projections from Bloomberg New Energy Finance, BP, Equinor, the International Energy Agency, the International Renewable Energy Agency, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Shell, and the US Energy Information Agency.

Presenters

  • Erin Campbell, Resources for the Future
  • Daniel Raimi, Resources for the Future
  • Seth Villanueva, Resources for the Future

Panelists

  • Sarah Ladislaw, RMI
  • Rose Mutiso, Energy for Growth Hub
  • Richard G. Newell, Resources for the Future
  • Ben Geman, Axios (Moderator)

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