World energy outlook 2007: China and India insights + executive summary.

Author(s) : IEA

Type of monograph: Book


China and India are the emerging giants of the world economy. Their unprecedented pace of economic development will require ever more energy, but it will transform living standards for billions. There can be no question of asking them selectively to curb growth so as to solve problems which are global. With extensive statistics, projections in three scenarios, analysis and advice, this outlook shows China, India and the rest of the world why we need to co-operate to change the energy future and how to do it. Extract from the table of contents: Global energy prospects: impact of developments in China and India (global energy trends; international trade and the world economy; the world's energy security; global environmental repercussions; energy policy ramifications). China's and India's energy prospects (political, economic and demographic contexts; overview of the energy sector; reference scenario demand and supply projections; alternative policy scenario projections; high growth scenario projections; focus on the coastal region). The 18-page executive summary can be downloaded in Chinese, English, French, German, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Russian, and Spanish from the Web site:


  • Original title: World energy outlook 2007: China and India insights + executive summary.
  • Record ID : 2008-1421
  • Languages: English
  • Subject: Environment, General information
  • Publication: Oecd (organisation for economic co-operation and development) - France/France
  • Publication date: 2007
  • ISBN: 9789264027305
  • Source: Source: 663 + 14 p. (16 x 23); fig.; tabl.; ref.; append.; EUR 150.