Key World Energy Statistics – 2014
International Energy Agency (IEA)
‘Key World Energy Statistics – 2014’
September 2014, 80 pagina’s
The IEA produced its first handy, pocket-sized summary of key energy data in 1997 and every year since then it has been more and more successful. The Key World Energy Statistics – the International Energy Agency’s free, easy-to-consult reference tool – is offering the most important statistics on production, transformation and consumption of energy in more than 140 countries and regions, with global and regional overviews.The interested businessman, journalist or student will have at his or her fingertips the annual Australian production of coal, the electricity consumption in Japan, the price of diesel oil in Spain and thousands of other useful energy facts.
Published each year since 1997, the booklet presents 16 different headline statistics for every country, from gross domestic product to total primary energy supply to energy production to CO2 emissions per capita. Overview sections offer graphs showing energy output, generation or refining, and use by region, fuel or sector from 1973 through 2013, with pie charts demonstrating differences between those two endpoints. Other sections present energy-related CO2 emissions and various market and retail prices for select fuels and countries.
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