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The 2014 BP Statistical Review of World Energy was published yesterday updating global energy statistics to the end of 2013. Oil consumption has been on a gently rising plateau since 2005 (Figure 1) and oil is declining in importance in the global energy mix (Figure 2). This entry was posted in Energy, Political commentary and tagged bp, CO2, coal, energy policy, failure, gas, global energy, new renewables, nuclear, oil. I was looking at UK natural gas production data in the 2014 BP Statistical Review and it seemed a bit odd to me. A reader over at Ron’s Peak Oil Barrel site pointed out that the data is shifted by 3 years. I would think that the UK government has statistics on Natural Gas production, could these be compared with the BP numbers? The statistics above are gross production for natural Gas Production from the UK government Agency, the report is DUKES Table 4.3. The numbers are fairly close to the 2013 Statistical Review, hopefully BP will correct the error in the 2014 report. At link above is a chart from energy trends table 4.2 (UK govt report) for gross and net natural gas production from 2000 to 2013. It would, however, need a backup power source to keep it operating on cold winter nights when the wind isn’t blowing and the lights have gone out.
The best estimate of global CO2 emissions and their sources are put together by the Global Carbon Project led by Corrine Le Quere at East Anglia.
Euan, many thanks for the excellent charts and clear analysis on this site, very helpful to understanding and communication. Regarding the anomalies in BP’s data, the Malaysian figures have also been undergoing major revisions every year for at least the last six, sometimes dramatically changing the message they convey. The phrase “open architecture” probably elicits a beautiful picture of a roofless garden or a spacious home with many windows, few walls, and as little a barrier as possible between human and nature. In this way, open architecture proponents see it as a way to highlight home energy consumption and hopefully decrease it, making it more efficient, in the future. In computer science, some researchers have proposed using open architecture to make homeowners aware of their energy consumption, causing them to do better from knowing better. Another proposal, this time focusing on energy consumption in businesses, designed, “an open architecture for a system with the potential to encourage sustainable energy usage within residential environments. In both scenarios, allowing users to easily access their energy consumption via open architecture-created data visualizations will spur homeowners to track what they’re consuming and calculating the costs of keeping up their habits as is or the potential savings from changing them.
Within this curriculum, learning about databases, health informatics, and public policy, students can apply this knowledge to understanding and tracking the implications of mass energy consumption in an era where sustained renewable energy is becoming a real possibility and energy costs are constantly rising.
A homeowner's guide to saving energy, increasing comfort, and protecting the environment. Energy is used worldwide in various forms (electricity, gas, fuel, steam, etc), but its cost increases as fast as non-renewable resources are disappearing.


In the European Union, even if the energy consumption has been relatively stable for the last decades, it is still very dependent on fossil fuels such as oil, gas and coal, which accounted for 74% of the European Union gross inland consumption in 2012. As we know, our energy consumption also affects our environment as it produces CO2, which is a greenhouse gas. More than half of the global European energy consumption is used by industry and transport. Electricity is produced through several kinds of energy, therefore its price is dependent on non-renewable sources. In order to become more energy efficient organizations need to follow a structured framework. Considering the current energy and electricity situation, it is expected that the European Union is more and more concerned with environmental issues and the future lack of fossil fuels. ReMake Electric provides sustainable energy management solutions that help customers optimise their energy usage. FF supply was up 183 million tonnes oil equivalent (mtoe) in 2013 while new renewable supply was up 42 mtoe from 2012. The fall in oil’s share has been picked up by coal and the only simple way for this substitution to occur is for oil fired power generation to close. The rate of increase of CO2 continued with no change but the increased emissions are more from coal and from China and India. One request, could you please expand the tag cloud to include China, Turkey, world, etc, to make it easier to find the relevant articles in the rapidly growing archive? But in reality, “open architecture” has to do with the unsexy steel of computers, the motherboards and software that gets run. The way that one team of researchers is proposing this is by having open architecture to create an interface that highlights the household’s energy consumption.
It enables the collection and storage of energy consumption data from individual electrical appliances. With online degree programs, such as an Online Master of Science in Health Informatics from The University of Scranton, students can receive a comprehensive education to prepare them for the fields of information technology, business, and healthcare.
Knowing how the data works as well as its implications makes open architecture not just an interesting strategy, but one that could prove to be extraordinarily cost-effective. In 2005, worldwide energy consumption rates were around 16*10^12 watts (think 160 billion 100-watt light bulbs). Additionally, according to the US Energy Information Administration world energy consumption is projected to increase by 50 percent from 2005 to 2030.
In the last decades, the energy demand has never ceased to grow as colossal countries like China and India are developing and are in constant need of more energy. Just as everywhere, Europe will be greatly affected by the increase in cost for fossil fuels. But even if the European Union is a major supporter of the Kyoto protocol and has reduced its gas emissions, it is a long term commitment that is far from being over.


Industry, for instance, is using every kind of energy, but most energy consumption is divided between oil, gas and electricity. It is not surprising to see the appearance of European directives on energy efficiency, reduction of greenhouse gases and the use of renewable energies.
This is testimony to the absolute failure of energy policies aimed at reducing CO2 emissions. Once all oil fired generation has been closed, expect severe upwards pressure on the oil price. If national governments were really serious about tackling emissions it should be abundantly clear that current strategy is not working. But as you point out, if you go back in time a bit to 2010 there is a change in the post-1999 data. He could direct me to a guy in DECC who was tasked with reporting UK stats to JODI but didn’t know where BP and the other agencies got their data from. Two years later the historic statistics on oil and gas, production and consumption all continue to shift, and I am none the wiser on the reasons for the changes. Open architecture is akin to open-source code in that anybody can access, upgrade, and design products and add-ons for the code in question. In this architecture, even the homeowners themselves can tweak what they see and how they see it, allowing them for their most change-worthy habits to be in their faces whenever they need to detract overusing energy. With the accelerated use of information technology and the technological development of second and thirdworld countries, consumption will continue to increase. The largest projected increases in energy consumption are expected from developing economies such as India and China.  Around 90% of the world’s energy is derived from the combustion of fossil fuels and experts anticipate that energy extraction from fossil fuels will not change drastically by 2030. Therefore these fields will be the most affected by the increase of energy costs and therefore the most likely to want to manage their energy usage. In addition, some developing and emerging country’s governments are stopping to subsidize electricity and they will suffer from these higher prices much sooner.
On the CO2 account, low emissions nuclear power has been replaced by low emissions renewable energy. The actual energy substitutions are a little more complex.
This chart shows quite clearly how on a CO2 account, new renewables are substituting mainly for declining nuclear.
From the year 2000 the NGL numbers seem to be erratically included for a number of countries after BP modified many of the 2000 to 2011 histories in last year’s Review.
New renewables are in part substituting oil (biofuel) and nuclear (geothermal, wind and solar), though the real picture will be more complex.



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