On May 25, 2010, the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration (EIA) released the latest edition of the agency's long-term assessment of world energy markets at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Howard Gruenspecht, EIA's Deputy Administrator, presented the briefing. The International Energy Outlook 2010 (IEO2010) includes projections of world energy demand by region and primary energy source through 2035; electricity generation by fuel type; and energy-related carbon dioxide emissions. Among other topics, Dr. Gruenspecht will discuss EIA's view on long-term petroleum and other liquids fuel supplies, projections for global natural gas markets, prospects for worldwide growth in the use of renewable energy, and energy demand growth among the developing nations.
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