Reliable, affordable access to all fuels and energy sources
The IEA was created to ensure secure and affordable energy supplies, and it conducts analysis on current and future risks for oil supply disruption, emerging gas security challenges, and increasing system flexibility and resilience of the electricity sector. But energy transitions and the growth of cyber criminality have expanded the scope of what constitutes energy security.
Share of variable renewables in the global electricity mix, 2015-2024Open
A major structural change in the electricity generation around the world
IEA total oil stocks, end-January 2023Open
One of the IEA's core activities is ensuring the security of oil supplies by setting stockholding requirements for member countries
Our work on energy security
The IEA defines energy security as the uninterrupted availability of energy sources at an affordable price. Energy security has many aspects: long-term energy security mainly deals with timely investments to supply energy in line with economic developments and environmental needs. On the other hand, short-term energy security focuses on the ability of the energy system to react promptly to sudden changes in the supply-demand balance.
National Reliance on Russian Fossil Fuel Imports
How do countries rely on and consume Russian energy?
Armenia energy profile
Georgia energy profile
Korea Oil Security Policy
Part of Oil Security Policy
Korea Natural Gas Security Policy
Part of Natural Gas Security Policy
Korea Electricity Security Policy
Part of Electricity Security Policy
Gas Market Report, Q1-2023
Including Gas Market Highlights 2022
Where things stand in the global energy crisis one year on