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World Energy Outlook

3 June 2014, India Times

The IEA urged for new forms of investment to be exploited, and suggested that institutional investors, such as pension funds and insurers, could be vital as a source of long-term funds. It also predicted that oil investment would shift towards the Middle East as non-OPEC supplies run out, and that gas prices around the world should converge given the boom in investment.

3 June 2014, CNBC

Countries must invest nearly $50 trillion to meet the world's energy needs over the next 21 years, the International Energy Agency (IEA) reported on Tuesday.

3 June 2014, The Telegraph

World needs $48 trillion of investment by 2035 to keep the lights on says IEA

3 June 2014, Reuters

The world will need to invest $40 trillion in energy supply and $8 trillion on energy efficiency by 2035 to meet growing demand and falling output from mature sources of energy, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in a report.

3 June 2014, Bloomberg

Energy Supply Requires $40 Trillion Investment to 2035, IEA Says

3 June 2014, CNN Money

The lights could be going out across Europe unless it finds a way to stimulate massive new investment in energy infrastructure. That's the stark warning contained in a new study by the International Energy Agency

3 June 2014, New York Times

Enormous amounts of capital investment — up to $2.5 trillion a year — will be needed to supply the world’s energy needs through 2035, according to a report released Monday by the International Energy Agency, the intergovernmental organization based in Paris.

3 June 2014, Platts

IEA warns of tighter oil markets if Middle East investment fails to pick up

3 June 2014, Balkans Business News

Meeting the world’s growing need for energy will require more than $48 trillion in investment over the period to 2035, according to a special report on investment released today by the International Energy Agency (IEA) as part of the World Energy Outlook series.

3 June 2014, Globe and Mail

Rising costs of production threaten energy profits, IEA warns