N° 95 - July 2019 - What future equilibrium for the supply and demand of energy?
Issue editors: Dominique Auverlot and Richard Lavergne
Foreword : Dr. Fatih Birol,
executive director, International Energy Agency
Introduction: What future equilibrium for the supply and demand of energy in the transition toward a carbon-neutral world?
Ministry of Environmental Transition and Solidarity (MTES)
Conseil Général de l’Économie
1 ‒ Final consumption of energy: New uses, new behavior patterns in France and the world
Application by 2050 of the energy transition and carbon neutrality to the demand for energy in France
general director of Energy and Climate, Ministry of Environmental Transition and Solidarity (DGEC/MTES),
engineer from the Corps des Ponts, des Eaux et des Forêts (DGEC/MTES)
Trends in electricity consumption in France?
director of Stratégie et Prospective, Réseau de Transport d’Électricité (RTE)
Possible trends in the uses of electricity from the perspectives of carbon neutrality in France and of the respect of the Paris Agreement worldwide
analysts at the Direction of Strategy, Électricité de France (EdF)
The transformation of electricity systems: Will the consumer be a winner?
Commission de Régulation de l’Énergie (CRE)
Demand as a lever of decarbonization: Visions, disparities and limits
Center of Applied Mathematics, MINES ParisTech, PSL Research University
Major issues: The transformation of transportation and sustainable mobility
Carbon neutrality: Opportunities and risks for French industry
general director, MEDEF
Heating and air-conditioning: Issues and opportunities in France, Europe and the world
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Balancing the demand for energy and the protection of a capital asset, our forests
2 ‒ What supply of energy for a carbon-neutral environment?
The propescts for energy systems and hydrocarbons in a carbon-neutral world
former executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA)
Breakthrough technology for energy?
Hervé Bercegol, Sophie Didierjean, Mathieu Étienne, François Kalaydjian, Jean Le Bideau, Fabrice Lemoine, Guy Maisonnier, Gaël Maranzana, Fabrice Patisson and Abdelilah Slaoui,
The prospects for developing nuclear power in France and the world: Which technology?
Jean-Guy Devezeaux de Lavergne,
director of the Economic Institute, Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique et aux Énergies Alternatives (CEA) & president of the Section Technique Économie, SFEN
The place of nuclear energy in a carbon-neutral world
France needs natural gas to achieve carbon neutrality
Gas: An asset or liability in the quest for carbon neutrality?
president of the Comité Scientifique d’Équilibre des Énergies
What future demand-supply equilibrium for energy?
Future of Oil in a Low-Carbon World
T.J. Wojnar Jr,
Vice President, Corporate Strategic Planning, Exxon Mobil Corporation
Determinants of trends in energy production from the perspective of sustainability
Hespul et négaWatt,
WISE-Paris et négaWatt
Freed from fossil fuels by 2060 thanks to nuclear power
the association Sauvons le Climat
The challenges for making Europe carbon-free
Energy Center, IFRI
What prospects for energy suppliers in Europe?
What place for the biomass as a source of energy in a carbon-neutral France?
Entreprises pour l’Environnement (EpE)
3 ‒ The long-term equilibrium of supply and demand, or the geopolitics of energy on the road toward carbon neutrality
The geopolitics of energy in 2050
advisor at the Energy Center, IFRI
A carbon-free world – What is Russia’s response?
PhD, Director, Energy Center, SKOLKOVO Business School,
Senior analyst, Energy Centre, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
National Oil Companies of the Future
Strategies and policies for energy transitions: Between cooperation and fragmentation
Conseil Français de l’Énergie
Will China and India remain the world’s workshop on a planet struggling with climate change? A technological and demographic interpretation of energy issues
economist at the CNRS (CEPN Paris 13 & CRG École Polytechnique) and president of the Bridge Tank