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IEA scoreboard: 35 key energy trends over 35 years

Corporate author: International Energy Agency (IEA) Publisher: OECD, 2009. ; International Energy Agency (IEA) 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: 141 p. : Graphs ; 27 cm.ISBN: 9789264063778Type of document: Book Online Access: Click here Bibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and glossary
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IEA Scoreboard 2009 35 Key Energy Trends Over 35 Years Table of contents Executive summary....................................................................................................................................... 7 lEA in the world Population and gross domestic product ..................................................................................................... 14 Energy production: total, coal and oil ........................................................................................................ 16 Energy production: natural gas, nuclear and renewables .......................................................................... 18 Energy imports............................................................................................................................................ 20 Energy exports............................................................................................................................................ 22 Total primary energy supply by region........................................................................................................ 24 Primary energy supply by fuel .................................................................................................................... 26 Total primary energy supply by region and by fuel .................................................................................... 28 Electricity production .................................................................................................................................. 30 Electricity consumption............................................................................................................................... 32 CO2 emissions from fuel combustion.......................................................................................................... 34 A Diversity within the energy sector 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Diversification in energy production ............................................................................................... 38 Diversification in total primary energy supply ................................................................................ 40 Diversification in oil supply and consumption................................................................................. 42 Diversification in coal supply and consumption.............................................................................. 44 Diversification in gas supply and consumption .............................................................................. 46 Diversification in industry consumption ..........................................................................................48 Diversification in transport consumption ........................................................................................ 50 Diversification in residential consumption ...................................................................................... 52 Diversification in commercial and public services consumption..................................................... 54 Diversification in electricity production............................................................................................ 56 Diversification in sectoral electricity consumption...........................................................................58 B Ability to respond promptly to energy emergencies 12 13 14 Net energy imports......................................................................................................................... 62 Self-sufficiency................................................................................................................................64 Emergency oil stockholding............................................................................................................ 66 C Development of economic non-fossil fuels: nuclear and renewables 15 16 17 18 19 20 Share of nuclear in TPES and electricity production...................................................................... 70 Share of renewables in TPES ........................................................................................................72 Share of renewables in electricity production................................................................................. 74 Hydro ............................................................................................................................................. 76 Non-hydro renewables....................................................................................................................78 Biofuels .......................................................................................................................................... 80 D Improved energy efficiency 21 23 24 25 26 27 TPES per capita..............................................................................................................................84 22 TPES per GDP ..................................................................................................................................... 86 Energy efficiency savings in IEA member countries.......................................................................88 Energy intensity in manufacturing industries.................................................................................. 90 Energy efficiency in freight transport ............................................................................................. 92 Energy efficiency in passenger transport........................................................................................94 Energy efficiency in households..................................................................................................... 96 28 Power plant efficiency........................................................................................................................... 98 E Environmentally sustainable provision and use of energy 29 30 31 CO2 emissions from fuel combustion.............................................................................................. 102 CO2 emissions from the electricity sector ...................................................................................... 104 CO2 emission intensities................................................................................................................. 106 F Undistorted energy prices 32 G Continued research, development and market deployment 33 34 35 Prices and taxes of selected products ............................................................................................ 110 RDandD budgets in the energy sector .............................................................................................. 114 RDandD budgets for renewable energy ............................................................................................ 116 IEA Implementing Agreements ...................................................................................................... 118 Annexes Annex 1 Annex 2 Annex 3 Annex 4 Annex 5 Annex 6 Annex 7 lEA Shared Goals.............................................................................................................. 122 Geographical coverage .....................................................................................................123 Selected graphs for the world............................................................................................ 124 Selected key indicators for 140 countries, economies and regions................................... 128 Glossary .............................................................................................................................132 Units and conversions........................................................................................................136 Abbreviations..................................................................................................................... 139

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