Global Energy Investment Index

Based on growth in oil and gas production, reforms in electricity and gas markets, and the effects of those reforms on independent power production (IPP) capacity, the average Global Energy Investment (GEI) Index for the 20 countries tracked rose by 5 points during third quarter 1999 vs. second quarter.The GEI Index was introduced last October as a tool to be used by the energy industry, finance and government leaders, energy buyers and sellers, and consultants to monitor trends in oil, gas, and electricity activities in a group of key countries that serve as a proxy for global energy activity (OGJ, Oct. 11, 1999, p. 42). This is the first in a series of quarterly reviews of changes in th...

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