For our convenience of comparison, APEC member economies are conventionally grouped in the following groups
This chart is based on monthly oil data that are collected through a common questionnaire of the Joint Organisation Data Initiative (JODI).
This chart is based on monthly gas data that are collected through a common questionnaire of the Joint Organisation Data Initiative (JODI).
Monthly oil and gas data are available from the database.
Monitoring CO2 eimissions in the energy sector has been specifically important recently because more than 70 percent of Green House gas emissions can be account from CO2 emissions of the energy sector. ESTO/APERC estimates CO2 emissions from fuel consumption using the 2006 IPCC Guidelines. More detailed data can be found in Environment of the database.
In 2011 APEC leaders set a goal to reduce energy intensity by at least 45 percent by 2035. The member economies are required to improve energy efficiency and support the use of cleaner and more efficient energy technologies by setting individual goals and action plans. This chart will help you monitor the energy intensity reduction goal. The energy intensity is measrued in terms of total final energy consumption divided by GDP. Total final energy consumption does not include non-energy use of energy, and it is available from the database, where ESTO/APERC, the secretariat of EGEDA, introduced a new format of energy balances to show values of total final energy consumption explicitly. GDP data is from World Bank (Constant 2011 USD PPP).
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