Anuario estadístico mundial de energía 2019

El Anuario estadístico de Enerdata es una herramienta de datos interactiva disponible de forma gratuita online y que le permite consultar estadísticas energéticas a nivel mundial por medio de mapas y gráficos intuitivos para el análisis de las últimas tendencias del sector energético.

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  • sobre la producción, consumo y comercio de petróleo, gas, carbón, electricidad y energias renovables;
  • sobre emisiones de CO2 procedentes de la quema de combustibles;
  • sobre un total de 60 países y regiones de todo el mundo;
  • que incluyen datos actualizados hasta 2018.

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Consumo energético total 2018

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Tasa de crecimiento del consumo energético de China.

Fuerte aumento de la producción de crudo en EE UU.

El descenso del consumo de productos del petróleo en los países de Latinoamérica se prolonga por cuarto año consecutivo.

Gran aumento del consumo de gas natural en EE UU (la mitad del aumento mundial).

Aumento del consumo de carbón en Turquía.

Contribución de BRICS al aumento mundial del consumo energético entre 2010 y 2018.

Aumento de la cuota de renovables en la oferta energética de Reino Unido entre 2000 y 2018.

Aumento neto de las emisiones de CO2 en EE UU.

Tendencias energéticas mundiales, edición 2019

Enerdata se sirve de sus propios datos sobre los países del G20 en 2018 para analizar las tendencias de los mercados energéticos mundiales.

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21
Oct

US Gulf of Mexico oil production should reach record high in 2019 and 2020

According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), crude oil production in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) reached an annual record in 2018 at 1.8 mb/d. Crude oil production should continue to rise in 2019 and 2020, in spite of shut-ins related to hurricanes (Hurricane Barry in July 2019 and forecast adjustments for future hurricanes in 2019 and 2020). The production growth should be supported by eight new projects coming online in 2019 and adding about 44,000 b/d in 2019; four more projects with a combined capacity of 190,000 bbl/d are expected in 2020. The average crude oil production should rise to 1.9 mb/d in 2019 and to 2 mb/d in 2020, but offshore production growth should be outpaced by onshore production, leading to a continued erosion of the share of the GOM in the total US crude oil production (around 15% in 2019-2020, compared to 23% in 2011).

07
Oct

US crude oil exports rose by 50% in the first half of 2019

According to the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), US crude oil exports continued to increase in the first half of 2019, rising to an average of 2.9 mb/d (+50% compared to the same period of 2018) and reaching a record-high monthly average of 3.2 mb/d in June 2019. Canada remained the largest importer of US crude oil (over 450 kb/d, +3% compared to the first half of 2018), whereas exports to China fell by 64% to 248 kb/d over escalating trade tensions. US crude oil exports to other destinations surged, especially in South Korea (+246% to nearly 400 kb/d), India (+114% to over 380 kb/d) and the Netherlands (+192% to over 260 kb/d). Overall, US export to Asian countries grew by 58% (+472 kb/d).

12
Sep

USGS survey points out 1.5 Tcm of gas hydrate resources in Alaska (US)

According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) latest 3D seismic mapping, the Alaska North Slope contains 1,523 bcm (53,800 bcf) of technically recoverable natural gas hydrate (methane ice) resources stored within gas hydrate formations. The resources are located on a depth range of 200-1,200 m. Ressources are assumed to be tackled by using conventional technology. As there are no exploration fields on gas hydrate formation, its commercial viability is unknown.

03
Sep

Australia's rising LNG production pushes GHG emissions upward

According to the Australian government, Australia’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reached 538.9 MtCO2eq (+0.6%) for the year to March 2019. The growth is largely due to a 19% increase in LNG exports and to a higher steel and aluminum production. Without the impact of LNG production on emissions (+4.7 MtCO2eq), domestic GHG emissions would have fallen, as the growth in wind and solar power generation contributed to a 2.1% drop in GHG emissions from the power sector.  GHG emissions in Australia, which pledged to reduce its emissions by at least 26% from 2005 levels by 2030 under the Paris Climate Accord, stood 11.7% below their 2005 level in the year to March 2019.


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