This report comparing the outlooks of the IEA and OPEC was prepared by the IEF and the Duke University Energy Initiative, in consultation with the experts of the IEA and OPEC.
The IEA comprises 29 member countries of the OECD. Its World Energy Outlook is often cited as the most authoritative source of strategic analysis of global energy markets.
OPEC's World Oil Outlook is part of their commitment to market stability, helping to improve understanding of the possible future challenges & opportunities for the oil industry.
The DECC is a UK Ministerial department that counts among its responsibilities the publishing of National and Official statistics covering energy and related areas.
The EIA collects, analyzes, and disseminates impartial energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy.
The purpose of the EU's Energy 2020 - A strategy for competitive, sustainable & secure energy is to present a consistent EU energy and emissions outlook up to 2020.
The IEEJ Outlook published by the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan provides analyses and projections of energy, environment and economy.
The IMF's World Economic Outlook presents analysis & projections of economic developments at global level, in major country groups and many individual countries.
The WEC's World Energy Scenarios: Composing energy futures to 2050 is the result of a 3 year study by over 60 experts from nearly 30 countries, aided by the Paul Scherrer Institute.
BP's Annual Energy Outlook reflects assumptions on policy changes, technology & the economy, based on internal & external consultations to build a "most likely" view.
Eni's World Oil and Gas Review is an annual report on the international oil and gas market to provide a useful source of information and an enticing insight into the world of energy.
The Outlook for Energy is ExxonMobil's long-term global view of energy demand and supply. Its findings help guide ExxonMobil's long-term investments.
Shell Scenarios explore alternative views of the future, considering long-term trends in economics, energy, geopolitics & social change, including factors that drive change.
Statoil's Energy Perspectives 2015 provides analysis based on three different trajectories labelled Reform, Renewal and Rivalry.
The interim report of the Chinese Academy of Social Science's World Energy China study employs both a Current Policies Scenario and an Eco-friendly Energy Strategy.