Chairman’s Message for May 2023：G7 Ministerial Communiqué ~ “Common Goal, Various Pathways”
The G7 Ministers of Climate, Energy and Environment met in Sapporo on April 15 & 16 and issued their communiqué on April 16. This communiqué provides one of the major building blocks for the G7 Leaders’ Meeting which will be held in Hiroshima on May 20 & 21...
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Chairman’s Message for April 2023：The need to integrate Economic Security and Global Climate Change policies
These days, economic security and global climate change are often cited as the two most important issues. Yet, the two issues are addressed separately without...
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LNG Review May 2023
Author: Hiroshi Hashimoto
While both Asian spot LNG and European spot gas prices have been more than 60% lower than those at the end of last year, LNG import projects in the emerging Asian markets are advancing. The Philippines' first FSU has arrived at its planned site, to be...
EU Agreed on World’s First CBAM – Summary Bulletin
Phasing out free allowance to steel and other sectors by 2034 in transition to the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) Tensions of potential Green Trade War
Author: Miki Yanagi, Soichi Morimoto
The EU will impose reporting obligation of embedded emission on imported goods from October 2023, and will start charging through Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) certificate which....
Carbon Neutrality and Trade Challenges–Focusing on Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism
Author: Miki Yanagi
EU has promoted the consideration of the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) towards carbon neutrality, planning to legislate theCBAM within 20221. This is a...
Latest podcast episode: "Is the European Gas Crisis over?" released
This episode is talking about the following question, "Is Europe's Natural Gas Crisis over?". Based on the exchange of opinions during his business trip to Europe last week, Dr. Koyama speaks issues related to the European gas crisis that shook the international energy market last year.
IEA Global EV Outlook 2023 (Presentation materials)
Speaker:Dr. Elizabeth Connelly (IEA)
Presentation materials for the 30th IEEJ Global Energy Webinar(2023.5.30)
Video：Overview of this year's G7 agreement and its impacts on both Japan and Asian Countries
Speaker : Toshiyuki Sakamoto(IEEJ)
Guest Commentator: Shinichi Kihara (METI)
Video for the 11th IEEJ Webinar for the World (2023.5.24)
Dramatically Changing State-Market Relationship (1)-Emerging “New Washington Consensus”- : A Japanese Perspective on the International Energy Landscape (637)
Author: Ken Koyama
In my view, the international energy situation has reached a historic turning point, influenced greatly by a wide range of coexisting factors including the need for...
Deepening World Division and Economic Security : A Japanese Perspective on the International Energy Landscape (636)
Author: Ken Koyama
One of the most important keywords for understanding today's international politics, security and geopolitics is the division of the world. It is widely known that...
A Geopolitical Viewpoint to Analyze International Energy Situation : A Japanese Perspective on the International Energy Landscape (635)
Author: Ken Koyama
There are various viewpoints from which to examine the international energy situation. We can examine energy issues from macroeconomic, business, financial and...
Perspectives on the current and future International Energy Landscape - Global Energy Agenda -
The 37th IEEJ Energy Webinar "Corporate Procurement of Renewable Electricity in Japan"
Speaker: Sichao Kan
Japan is one of the most difficult regions in the world for businesses to switch to renewable power. IEEJ has conducted a study on the issues regarding corporate procurement of renewable electricity in Japan. IEEJ will host a public webinar to present the findings of the study followed by a panel discussion on the future of corporate PPAs in Japan and the measures required to reduce renewable energy power generation costs.
The 11th IEEJ Webinar for the World “Overview of this year's G7 agreement and its impacts on both Japan and Asian Countries”
(4/27/2022) The 8th IEEJ / APERC Joint International Energy Symposium: Session 3 “Energy transition in Asia”, Closing Remarks
(4/27/2023) The 8th IEEJ / APERC Joint International Energy Symposium: Session 2 “Bolstering supplies of critical materials for decarbonization technologies”
(4/27/2023) The 8th IEEJ / APERC Joint International Energy Symposium: Opening Remarks、Session 1 “Smooth and orderly energy transition policies in the context of optimum use of fossil fuels”
(３/29/2023) The 10th IEEJ Webinar for the World "Decarbonizing Asian Economies with Green Hydrogen”
(2/21/2023) ERIA-IEEJ Workshop on 'Global Principles and Practices of Nuclear Regulatory Framework'
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IEEJ/APERC International Symposium
Challenges for Carbon Neutrality and Energy Security -Searching for a realistic and pragmatic pathway- (2023.4.27)
In order to redress the looming bottlenecks such as use of fossil fuels, supplies of critical materials, and Asian emerging countries’ sustainable economic growth, APERC and IEEJ will offer global stakeholders with viewpoints on a realistic and pragmatic pathway to carbon neutrality and energy security through discussions among prominent experts from various nationalities and backgrounds.
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IEEJ Energy Journal
IEEJ Outlook 2023 - Challenges for achieving both energy security and carbon neutrality
Trend toward Reexamination of Full Liberalization of the Retail Electricity Market in Massachusetts, the United States
No.242 covers Energy Market and Policy Trends and Global Monitoring and more...
Oil Market Review in Japan
The key WTI crude oil futures contract on NYMEX (March 9-15)
Forum on Research Works
Exploration of the short-term Energy Outlook for Japan
"Economic and Energy Outlook of Japan for FY2022 " & Outlook for Oil, Gas, Coal, Global Warming Policy, Renewable Energy, Nuclear and Electric Power