The head of the International Energy Agency (IEA), Fatih Birol, said on Monday that the energy security situation that has arisen as a direct result of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine must not result in an increased reliance on fossil fuels.
At the World Economic Forum, Birol said that the world does not have to make a choice between experiencing energy shortages and accelerating climate change as a result of emissions from fossil fuels if the world makes the appropriate investments, particularly in renewable energy and nuclear power.
Birol told attendees at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, “We need fossil fuels in the short future.” “But let’s not use the current situation as an excuse to justify some of the investments that are now being made in our country. It’s inefficient in terms of time and, to my mind, it’s unethical.”
Last year, the International Energy Agency (IEA), a leading energy watchdog located in Paris, issued a warning to investors that, if the world wants to attain net zero emissions by the middle of the century, they should not support new oil, gas, or coal supply projects.
Birol said that because of short-term demand, it would be impossible for the world to instantly wean itself off of conventional sources of energy. He added that he hoped that nations who had the potential to export more energy would make a “good contribution.”
The OPEC+ coalition of oil exporters has been gradually releasing oil into markets, with the top two producers, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, delaying accessing their maximum capacities for the time being.
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