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|| Monday: January 18: 2021| ά. The International Energy Agency:IEA has published new data, analysis and policy advice on global methane emissions from the oil and gas industry today, Monday, 18. Methane emissions are the second largest cause of global warming. While methane tends to receive less attention than carbon dioxide:CO2, reducing methane emissions will be critical for avoiding the worst effects of climate change. The largest source of methane emissions from human activity is agriculture, responsible for around a quarter of the total, closely followed by the energy sector, which includes emissions from coal, oil, natural gas and bio-fuels.

The concentration of methane in the atmosphere is currently around two-and-a-half time greater than pre-industrial levels and is increasing steadily. This rise has important implications for climate change. Estimates of methane emissions are subject to a high degree of uncertainty but, the most recent comprehensive estimate, provided in the Global Methane Budget, suggests that annual global methane emissions are around 570 million tonnes:Mt. This includes emissions from natural sources, around, 40% of emissions and those, originating from human activity, the remaining 60%, known as anthropogenic emissions.

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|| Monday: January 18: 2021| ά. Poland is accelerating its transition from fossil fuels with the construction of two new wind farms, financed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development:EBRD. Than Bank is providing a loan of PLN 117 million, €26 million-equivalent, for a project in the north-east of the country with a total installed capacity of 51.4 MW:Mława or 37.4 MW, located, approximately, 110km northwest of Warsaw and Grajweo, 60 km southwest from Suwałki.

EBRD finance will be complemented by a parallel loan from DNB. The wind farms will be built and operated by a joint venture between the Taaleri Solar Wind Fund II, a fund managed by Helsinki based renewable fund manager and developer Taaleri Energia and Masdar, the Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company. Both wind farms will benefit from the Polish renewable energy support scheme, contract for difference, for a portion of their respective outputs, following their successful bids in the December 2019 auction.

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|| Monday: January 18: 2021| ά. Multi-lateral development banks:MDBs and development finance institutions:DFIs have mobilised $175 billion of private finance in 2019, an increase of 09% over the previous year, a Report on the activities of 27 institutions published today finds. According to the Report, the reporting MDBs and DFIs mobilised $63.6 billion of private finance in operations in countries with low and middle income.

The total mobilisation includes $20.1 billion in private direct mobilisation, an increase of 18% over 2018 and a key priority of many MDBs. Since reporting began in 2016, MDBs have collectively increased mobilisation of private finance by 07%. These investments support global sustainable development goals by promoting inclusive and sustainable growth, fighting poverty and inequality, mitigating the effects of climate change or achieving other development impacts.

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Over $50 Billion in Gas Power Projects and LNG Import Facilities are at Risk of Cancellation in Baangladesh Pakistan and Vietnam: Time to Fully Turn Towards Renewables



|| Sunday: January 17: 2021 || ά. || Emerging markets, such as, Vietnam, Pakistan and Baangladesh, that are turning to liquefied natural gas:LNG as a source of power are likely to be hit by higher and more volatile prices, according to a new briefing note from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis:IEEFA. The Author of the note an LNG:Gas Analyst Mr Bruce Robertson says that new gas-fired power plants and LNG import facilities, totalling over US$50 billion are at high risk of cancellation as gas-fired electricity becomes unaffordable in emerging markets.

“Asian LNG spot prices have soared to a new high on the back of stronger than expected seasonal demand for heating as freezing weather grips large parts of the northern hemisphere.” says Mr Robertson. “Interruptions to supply in Malaysia, Australia and the US, three of the world’s largest LNG exporters and higher freight rates have, also, affected prices.” The average LNG price for the February 2021 delivery into northeast Asia is estimated to be around $21.45 per million British thermal units:mmBtu, according to pricing agency SandP Global Platts, up 47% from the previous week, $14.60, source: Reuters.

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