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International Energy Outlook 2021

Release Date: October 6, 2021 Next Release Date: October 2022 IEO Narrative

Release Event

  • Webcast of release
  • Release Event Presentation
  • The International Energy Outlook (IEO) presents the U.S. Energy Information Administration's (EIA) assessment of the outlook for international energy markets.
  • PDF | PPT
  • Note: You can access chart data by right-clicking the chart in the PPT file.

Features

  • IEO Introduction
  • IEO Consumption
  • IEO Electricity
  • IEO Production

Narrative

The International Energy Outlook narrative is the primary discussion of the International Energy Outlook 2021. It is divided into four main sections:

Chart Library

The International Energy Outlook chart library is a curated set of charts that you can use to review and analyze International Energy Outlook data. You can access chart data by right-clicking the chart in the pptx files.

  • Full chart library
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Macroeconomics and assumptions
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Consumption
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Industrial
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Buildings
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Transportation
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Electricity
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Coal
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Petroleum and other liquids
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Natural gas
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Emissions
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • References
  • Available formats: PDF| PPT
  • Data Tables

  • Reference and side case data tables can be accessed in the below ways:
  • Excel spreadsheets
  • Available formats: XLS
  • PDF documents
  • Available formats: PDF
  • Interactive table browser
  • Available formats: INTERACTIVE
  • API data and tools
  • Available formats: API
  • Issues in Focus

  • Energy implications of potential iron- and steel-sector decarbonization pathways (coming soon)
  • Effects of changes in coal supply and demand on international trade and electricity generation in India and Other non-OECD Asia (coming soon)
  • Changes in composition of economic growth in China (coming soon)