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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 7, NUMBER 9, SEPTEMBER 1994

REPORTS... ENERGY: ENERGY DATA & PROJECTIONS


Item #d94sep97

Electricity Information 1993, Aug. 1994, FF550 (data diskettes FF2,500 (Intl. Energy Agency/OECD).

An annual report that gives basic statistics on electricity and heat production from all types of fuel sources for OECD countries. Includes information on production and installed capacity, consumption, trade, and prices.


Item #d94sep98

World Energy Outlook--1994 Edition, 230 pp., Mar. 1994, $61/FF360/43/DM100 (IEA/OECD).

Although world energy demand will grow through 2010, energy efficiency improvements will keep the rate of increase below that of economic growth. The Asia/Pacific region currently consumes 20% of world energy, and will account for 40% of the increase in demand through 2010.


Item #d94sep99

Short-Term Energy Outlook, 1994 (EIA).

World oil demand will rise by 500,000 barrels per day in 1994 and more than 700,000 barrels per day in 1995, compared with an increase of 240,000 barrels per day in 1993. The major cause is improved economic growth in OECD countries, continued growth in developing countries, and a reduction in the decline rate of the economies of the former Soviet Union.


Item #d94sep100

BP Statistical Review of World Energy 1994, 1994, no charge. Contact British Petrol. Co., Britannic House, 1 Finsbury Circus, London EC2M 7BA, UK. Available on diskette from BP Educ. Serv., POB 934, Poole, Dorset BH17 7BR, UK (+44-202-669940).

In 1993, global energy consumption grew by 0.2%, a slight increase over the previous two years, resulting from growth in OECD and developing countries, offset by declines in the former Soviet Union.


Item #d94sep101

World Nuclear Capacity and Fuel Cycle Requirements 1993, 1994 (EIA).

Most new capacity will be added in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan; Japan's capacity will increase as well.


Item #d94sep102

Annual Energy Review (a special issue of the periodical Energy in Europe, Apr. 1993), Dir.-Gen. for Energy (DG XVII), Off. for Official Pubs. of the European Communities, L-2985 Luxembourg.

Examines trends in consumption, fuel mix, pricing, imports, CO2 emissions, and energy efficiency in the world as a whole and various regions such as the EC and the former Soviet countries.

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