Global Energy Statistik Jahrbuch 2017

Das Global Energy Statistik Jahrbuch ist ein kostenloses Online-Interaktives Daten-Tool von Enerdata. Es ermöglicht das Durchsuchen von Daten durch intuitive Karten und Grafiken für eine visuelle Analyse der neuesten Trends der Energiewirtschaft.

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Gesamter Energieverbrauch 2016

2016 Kennzahlen

Indiens Energieverbrauchswachstum im Jahr 2016.

Erster Rückgang der US-Rohölproduktion seit 2008.

Zweites Jahr in Folge von Ölverbrauchswachstum in Europa nach neun Jahren von Rückgang.

Viertes Jahr in Folge des Rückgangs des russischen Gasverbrauchs.

Der britischen Kohleverbrauch stürzte im Jahr 2016.

Das Stromverbrauchswachstum von nicht-OECD-Ländern im Jahr 2016.

Australien's Anteil der erneuerbaren Energien stieg im Jahr 2016.

Rückgang der CO2-Emissionen im Vereinigten Königreich im Jahr 2016.

Globale Energietrends - Ausgabe 2017

Auf der Grundlage von 2016-Daten für G20-Länder, Enerdata analysiert die Trends der weltweiten Energiemärkte.

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NIOC (Iran) wants to raise oil output, rejects proposed OPEC rise

The Iranian state-held oil firm National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) aims at increasing the production capacity of its oil fields by 400,000 bbl/d, fitting into the Iranian government's objective of raising the domestic oil production to 4.2 mb/d. However, Iran is opposed with Saudi Arabia and Russia's proposition to raise OPEC's crude oil production by 1.5 mb/d in the third quarter of 2018, and is likely to veto any significant oil production increase across the OPEC. Iran, which was exempted from any production cut in the 2017 agreement, benefited from higher production and rising oil prices. The country will maintain its position to keep OPEC oil production and exports at their current levels.


Europe's Cross-Border Intraday power market (XBID) comes online

The new European Cross-Border Intraday (XBID) market has come online after several years of development and will now enable to increase the number of of power exchanges between the European transmission system operators (TSOs) and the nominated electricity market operators (NEMOs). The aim of the project is to create an integrated European intraday market and ensure the continuous trading of power across Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, The Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Sweden. Most of the remaining European countries are expected to join it later in 2019 for the second go-live. A total of 31 TSOs and 15 power exchange back the XBID market, which is designed to handle up to 400,000 trades per day.


Eni's Zohr gas field will ramp up production to 18 bcm/year (Egypt)

The giant offshore gas field Zohr in Egypt will raise its production capacity to 1.75 bcf/d (49.5 mcm/d or 18 bcm/year) by August 2018. The production ramp-up is scheduled to continue so that the field's output reaches a plateau output of 2.7 bcf/d (28 bcm/year) by mid-2019. Once reached, this level will enable the country to save an estimated US$1bn/year in gas imports and achieve self-sufficiency from natural gas by 2019.


Saudi Arabia and Russia seek to raise OPEC's oil output by 1.5 mb/d

Saudi Arabia and Russia will ask the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to hike crude oil production by 1.5 mb/d in the third quarter of 2018. In November 2016, Russia and the OPEC jointly decided to cut their output by 1.8 mb/d in order to prop up global prices and production levels were set for each member country: Saudi Arabia agreed to limit its crude production by nearly 486 kb/d to 10.058 mb/d, while Iraq, the second largest producer among OPEC, agreed to cut its production by 209 kb/d.