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7.4%

Nach drei rückläufigen Jahren steigt die japanische Stromerzeugung im Jahr 2017 wieder an.

¾ des Anstiegs der 2017 globalen Stromerzeugung werden in China, Indien und Japan verursacht

Ein Großteil der Erhöhung der globalen Stromerzeugung im Jahr 2017 wird in Asien verursacht: China hat zu 50% dieses Wachstums aufgrund einer höheren Nachfrage und schneller entwickelnder Stromkapazitäten beigetragen. Darauf folgen Indien und Japan.
Stromverbrauch hat sich in den USA wegen niedrigster Nachfrage verringert, er ist aber in Kanada und in Europa in geringerem Umfang hochgestiegen. Der Stromverbrauch stagniert in Russland, doch entwickelt sich in der Türkei und im Nahen Osten aufgrund der zunehmenden Erzeugung in Iran.

Globale Energietrends - Ausgabe 2018

Auf der Grundlage von 2017-Daten für G20-Länder, Enerdata analysiert die Trends der weltweiten Energiemärkte.

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Feb

Ørsted's Hornsea One offshore wind project achieves first power (UK)

The first turbine of Ørsted's 1,218 MW Hornsea One offshore wind project in the North Sea (United Kingdom) has been commissioned and it has started to deliver power to the British domestic grid. The project broke ground in fourth quarter of 2017 and the export cable system was installed in December 2018, a few months ahead of schedule. The full commissioning of the wind park is currently expected for 2020.

15
Feb

Uganda's first oil production will be delayed by one year to 2022

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development of Uganda has delayed the startup of domestic oil production by one year until 2022. The country discovered its crude reserves more than 10 years ago but the production has been repeatedly delayed by disagreements with field operators over taxes and the development process. Besides, the lack of existing transportation pipelines and refining infrastructure also played a significant role in holding up the country's projects.

14
Feb

Renewables reached 17.5% of EU final energy consumption in 2017

According to Eurostat, the share of renewables in the European Union's (EU) gross final energy consumption hiked to 17.5% in 2017, up from 17% in 2016, which is more than twice the 2004 share of 8.5%. Compared with the previous year, it increased in 19 of the 28 Member States.

13
Feb

Saudi Arabia will cut crude oil output to 9.8 mb/d in March 2019

The Saudi Arabian government has outlined plans to reduce the domestic crude oil production to approximately 9.8 mb/d in March 2019, which is over 0.5 mb/d below its pledged production level of 10.3 mb/d agreed under the latest global supply cutting agreement between OPEC and non-OPEC producers. Besides, Saudi oil exports are slated to follow the same trend and will decrease to 6.9 mb/d.