The International Energy Agency’s new report makes the critical mistake of assuming that technology in the oil and gas industry will stay the same even as they assume green technology will improve greatly. The IEA vision for the future is already out of date because oil and gas environmental technology already improved.

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This is a news compilation setting the record straight on the day’s top anti-oil and gas stories and providing research and facts to counter misinformation about the oil and gas industry.

News Headline:

International Energy Agency road map to net-zero says an immediate stop to oil and gas investment would be needed. But this makes the fatal error that environmental technology for oil and gas hasn’t improved and won’t keep improving. 
International Energy Agency: Net Zero by 2050 A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector

The Facts:

The International Energy Agency’s new report makes the critical mistake of assuming that technology in the oil and gas industry will stay the same even as they assume green technology will improve greatly. The IEA vision for the future is already out of date because oil and gas environmental technology already improved. 


Here is a story that gets it right.

Terence Corcoran: Flagship climate craziness

The International Energy Agency’s new report detailing a roadmap to net-zero could lead to problems with energy security writes Terence Corcoran. Issues such as massive public spending and global cooperation play a part, but the most glaring issue in the report is that the agency believes most of the new technology related to the path to the net-zero aren’t even commercially available yet.

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