Global Energy Statistical Yearbook 2019

The Global Energy Statistical Yearbook is a Enerdata's free online interactive data tool. It allows to browse data through intuitive maps and graphs, for a visual analysis of the latest trends in the energy industry.

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  • on production, consumption and trade of oil, gas, coal, power and renewables;
  • on CO2 emissions from fuel combustion;
  • covering 60 countries and regions throughout the world;
  • including updated data until 2018.

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Total energy consumption 2018

2018 Selected figures

China's energy consumption growth rate.

Sharp rise in crude oil production in the US.

Decline of oil product consumption in Latin America continues for fourth consecutive year.

Major increase in gas consumption in the US (half of world increase).

Surge in Turkey's coal consumption .

Contribution of BRICS to the global increase in power consumption between 2010 and 2018.

Rise in the share of renewables in the British power mix between 2000 and 2018.

New growth in CO2 emissions in the US.

Global Energy Trends, 2019 edition

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26
Mar

Global wind capacity increased by over 60 GW in 2019

According to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), a total of 60.4 GW of wind capacity was installed worldwide in 2019 (19% more than in 2018), raising the global wind capacity by 10% to more than 650 GW.

25
Mar

India's carbon-free generation capacity rose by 72% over 2014-2020

According to the Indian government, the installed carbon-free capacity in the country increased by 72% between late March 2014 and the end of February 2020, from 81 GW to 139 GW. Around 55% of new installations between 2014 and 2020 (58 GW) were solar power plants (32 GW), followed by wind (17 GW, 29%) and large hydro (5 GW, 8%). In addition, 2.8 GW of other renewable sources (biomass, small-hydropower and waste-to-energy) and 2 GW of nuclear were added. Total investment in the Indian carbon-free energy sector reached US$75bn over the 2014-2020 period, with foreign direct investments accounting for 8% of it (US$6bn).

23
Mar

Global offshore wind capacity rose by 6.1 GW in 2019

According to the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), the global offshore wind power capacity increased by 6.1 GW to 29.5 GW in 2019. Offshore wind installations accelerated compared with 2018, when 4.5 GW were added, and accounted for 10% of the new wind power installations.

19
Mar

Renewables exceeded coal-fired power generation in the Netherlands in 2019

According to Statistics Netherlands (CBS), power generation in the Netherlands rose by 5.7% in 2019 to nearly 121 TWh (+6.5 TWh for net power generation). Most of the increase came from thermal power plants, especially from gas-fired power plants, whose power generation surged by 23% (+13 TWh at 71 TWh) in a context of low gas prices and high carbon prices; meanwhile, coal-fired power generation fell by 34% (-10 TWh at 17.4 TWh). According to CBS, renewable power generation rose by 18.5% (+3.5 TWh at 22.4 TWh) in 2019 (+8.5% for wind, including +14% for onshore wind, and +40% for solar), exceeding coal-fired power generation for the first time.


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