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Statistics and Future Outlook of Global Energy in 2007
Author of the article:Dai Xiaodong1, Yu Rui2, Liu Xiaona3, Lu Yourui1, Jia Lixin1
Author's Workplace:1. Shengli College, China University of Petroleum; 2. Junyuan Petroleum Development Co., Ltd.; 3. Committee of Agricultural High-Tech Industry Demonstration Area of the Yellow River Delta
Key Words:2017; BP (British Petroleum); Energy statistics; Energy outlook; Carbon emission

Statistics, analysis and forecast to global energy production and consumption are of positive significance to the national strategies.Based on BP company statistical review of world and outlook, and combined with data released by other agencies, the 2017 global energy statistics and future development is summed up.In 2017, global primary energy consumption increased significantly, higher than the average growth rate of ten years (1.7%), the fastest growth since 2013.Among them, natural gas grew fastest, followed by renewable energy and oil, and power generation increased by 2.8%.Energy consumption growth also brought about a 1.6% increase in carbon emissions in 2017.Based on the "gradual transformation" model, BP looks forward to the development of energy.It is estimated that by 2040, oil, natural gas, coal and non-fossil energy will each account for a quarter of the world's energy.Among them, oil is developing steadily and natural gas is growing strongly. Coal is slowing down. Electricity accounts for nearly 70% of primary energy demand growth.The fuel structure used for power generation will undergo a major shift,and renewable energy will increase from the current 7% to around 25%.At the same time, energy use is expected to cause carbon emissions to continue to grow during most of the horizon, increasing by about 10% by 2040.

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