세계 에너지 통계 2020

Global Energy Statistical Yearbook은 Enerdata의 무료 온라인 대화 형 데이터 도구입니다. 지도와 그래프를 통해 데이터를 탐색하여 에너지 산업의 최신 동향을 시각적으로 분석 할 수 있습니다.

통계에 대한 액세스 :
  • 석유, 가스, 석탄, 전력 및 재생 에너지의 생산, 소비 및 무역;
  • 연료 연소로 인한 CO2 배출량;
  • 전세계 60 개 국가와 지역 범위
  • including updated data until 2019.

고급 분석을 위해 * .xls 파일에서 무료 데이터 내보내기.
Total energy consumption 2019

2019 선택된 인물

2000 년 이후 총 에너지 소비 증가에서 BRICS 비율.

미국의 원유 생산 급증.

베네수엘라의 생산 감소 및 제재로 5 년 연속 라틴 아메리카의 석유 제품 소비 감소.

미국EU의 동적 수요.

EU의 석탄 소비 급감.

BRICS가 2010 년부터 2019 년까지 전 세계 전력 소비량 증가에 기여.

2000 년과 2019 년 사이 EU의 전력 구성에서 재생 에너지 점유율 증가.

2019 년 중국의 CO2 배출량 꾸준한 증가.

Global Energy Trends 2020 - Update

New Consolidated Statistics & Estimates integrating COVID 19 impact.

간행물 다운로드

Global Energy & CO2 Data

에너지 공급, 수요, 가격, 온실가스 배출에 관한 종합적인 최신 데이터베이스에 접근 가능(189개국).

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