Identify and monitor the energy market challenges you face now and how they will evolve within the future of a low-carbon economy.
Our Global Integrated Energy Model (GIEM) provides the basis for analysis and long-term outlooks in Platts Future Energy Outlooks:
Coverage across 143 countries (13 regions), 9 end-use sectors, 30 fuel types, emissions detail
Sectoral energy requirements are calculated as a demand for energy services (industrial, buildings, transportation, power generation, petrochemicals)
Demand data incorporating GDP/income, population, commodity price, technological change, and policy drivers
Annual data back to 1990, annual forecast through 2040
Each month, global oil supply and demand are balanced on price
Updated monthly with our key assumptions aligned to GDP growth and supply and demand changes
Our fuel supply forecasts are made available to GIEM subscribers on a monthly basis, with balances determined via an integrated process across Platts Analytics.
Annual Guidebook — A comprehensive study that includes Platts oil, gas and overall energy reference cases, along with long-term outlooks for global crude, regional crude and product markets, and regional natural gas markets. Discussion includes analysis around outlooks with emission levels consistent with limiting global warning to 2 degrees (2 Degree Outlook).
Quarterly Tracking Reports — Defines short- and long-term outlooks surrounding S&P Global Platts Analytics cross-commodity supply, demand, trade and price outlooks. Alternative high and low price outlooks for key commodity prices are presented along with "signposts" of the energy transition, that can impact the trajectory of commodity outlooks.
Annual 2-degrees Outlook — Analysis of the current trajectory of emissions compared to the 2-degree outlook, with special reports focusing on analyzing future investment decisions required to limit global warming to two degrees.
Exclusive Access — It's challenging keeping up with volatile markets, but we're committed to helping our customers navigate through energy transition. We deliver thought-provoking insights, exclusive client roundtables, webinars, seminars, and critical ad-hoc market coverage.
Our global team provides a clear picture of emerging trends. Leveraging our long-term outlooks we look at the potential of new technologies, policies and consumer behavior to shape the energy transition.
Alternative Transport/Electric Vehicle Analytics — Analysis and data around alternative transport, including vehicle fleets, fuel demand, and emissions implications. Monthly updates include EV Essentials historical data compilations. Quarterly and biannual scorecards that cover trends, policies, drivers, and forecasts of electric vehicle penetration and impacts on fuel demand.
Hydrogen Analytics — Analysis and data on hydrogen’s role as a flexible energy carrier. Detailed research includes analysis of hydrogen production and transport pathways, cost trajectories and outlooks for commercial uptake in different demand use cases.
Renewables Analytics — Access detailed, fundamentals-driven forecasts of solar photovoltaic (PV), onshore and offshore wind, policy changes impacting the deployment of renewables
Battery Metal Demand Analysis — Leveraging expertise in alternative transport, stationary storage to provide quarterly insights on demand, key considerations for battery metals (e.g. lithium, cobalt).
Energy Storage Analytics — Analysis on trends and policy for power storage, globally. Regional Power Storage Outlooks offer insights into this key technology that facilitates high levels of penetration of renewables in the power sector.