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Poland 2006 energy security and climate change the norwegian perspective

Poland 2006Energy Security and Climate Change – The Norwegian perspective

Anita Utseth, State Secretary

Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

Trondheim, Norway, 18th October 2006


The global energy challenge
The Global Energy Challenge

+52%

2003

2030

Source: The International Energy Agency


Norway a large energy producer
Norway – A large Energy Producer

  • 8th largest oil producer in the world

  • 3rd largest exporter of oil and natural gas in the world

  • 6rd largest producer of

    hydro power in the world


Norwegian Continental Shelf –

Large undiscovered resources

Source: NPD


Gas exports from norwegian continental self a total export of 82 5 bcm in 2005
Gas Exports from Norwegian Continental Self A total export of 82,5 BCM in 2005

14 %

20 %

17 %

10 %

39 %


The norwegian perspective

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100

TWh

80

80

TWh

125

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119

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The Norwegian Perspective

  • Electricity production depends on hydro power

  • Small growth in production capacity over several years

  • Unique access to renewable energy sources

Yearly variation

+/- 30 TWh

Consumption

Production in a normal year


Need for a new energy mix
Need for a New Energy Mix

  • Initiative to change energy use and supply

    • new electricity production from additional renewable sources

    • increased use of district heating and biomass

    • energy efficiency and energy savings

  • Contribute to making gas fired power plants with carbon capture and storage a reality


Target for renewable energy
Target for renewable energy

12 TWh within 2010

  • 3 TWh wind power

  • 4 TWh district heatingbased on renewables

  • energy efficiency

    30 TWh within 2016

    Enova is the government’s tool for achieving the targets


Natural gas in the energy supply
Natural Gas in the Energy Supply

  • A possible gas pipeline to South-Eastern Norway and Sweden is currently being evaluated

  • There has been considerable interest from the Polish side to participate in this pipeline project

  • Good dialogue between Polish and Norwegian authorities in this process


Co 2 capture and storage ccs
CO2 Capture and Storage (CCS)


Ccs projects in norway
CCS Projects in Norway

  • The Norwegian government and Statoil will establish CCS in conjunction with the projected CHP plant at Mongstad

  • Tjeldbergodden

  • Kårstø


International cooperation is a key factor
International cooperation is a key factor

  • R&D

  • Gassnova

  • IEA

  • CSLF

  • MOU Norway-US

  • Dialogue at a political level:

    • Energy dialogue Norway-EU Commission

    • Joint Statement between Norwegian and UK energy ministers on CCS, including establishment of a North Sea Basin Task Force


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • A sustainable energy future does not emerge without a substantial effort

  • R&D important

  • Need for a mix of energy technologies:

    Energy efficiency, renewables and carbon dioxide capture and storage


Internettadresse internet address
Internettadresse - Internet address

www.oed.dep.no

www.mpe.dep.no


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