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Key indicators

% change

1990

1995 2000

2003

2004

2005

2006

90-06

CO2 Sectoral Approach (Mt of CO2)

20 987.6

21 829.0 23 508.5

25 107.8

26 331.8

27 146.3

28 002.7

33.4%

CO2 Reference Approach (Mt of CO2)

21 475.4

22 089.9 23 786.4

25 460.4

26 802.0

27 622.0

28 408.2

32.3%

TPES (PJ)

366 714

386 463 420 154

445 687

466 559

479 703

491 529

34.0%

TPES (Mtoe)

8 758.8

9 230.5 10 035.2

10 645.0

11 143.6

11 457.5

11 740.0

34.0%

GDP (billion 2000 US$ using exch. rates)

24 080.6

27 001.2 31 802.2

33 780.0

35 146.2

36 352.4

37 759.4

56.8%

GDP (billion 2000 US$ using PPPs)

33 070.4

37 504.6 45 240.0

49 647.5

52 222.8

54 690.8

57 564.5

74.1%

Population (millions)

5 262.4

5 675.9 6 072.8

6 305.8

6 383.0

6 459.7

6 536.0

24.2%

CO2 / TPES (t CO2 per TJ)

57.2

56.5 56.0

56.3

56.4

56.6

57.0

-0.5%

CO2 / GDP (kg CO2 per 2000 US$)

0.87

0.81 0.74

0.74

0.75

0.75

0.74

-14.9%

CO2 / GDP (kg CO2 per 2000 US$ PPP)

0.63

0.58 0.52

0.51

0.50

0.50

0.49

-23.3%

CO2 / population (t CO2 per capita)

3.99

3.85 3.87

3.98

4.13

4.20

4.28

7.4%

Ratios are based on the Sectoral Approach.

2006 CO2 emissions by sector

% change

million tonnes of CO 2

Coal/peat

Oil

Gas

Other *

Total

90-06

Sectoral Approach

11 686.3

10 768.3

5 444.7

103.4

28 002.7

33.4%

Main activity producer elec. and heat

7 842.0

711.9

1 816.2

29.7

10 399.7

49.8%

Unallocated autoproducers

501.3

170.3

400.8

36.7

1

109.1

93.1%

Other energy industries

207.6

665.6

463.5

1.6

1 338.3

32.2%

Manufacturing industries and construction

2 670.6

1 554.0

1 220.3

32.1

5 477.1

20.8%

Transport **

14.7

6 271.5

166.6

-

6 452.8

40.9%

of which: road

-

4 691.9

20.3

-

4 712.2

43.6%

Other sectors

450.2

1 394.9

1 377.4

3.3

3 225.8

-3.5%

of which: residential

279.2

650.4

930.0

0.0

1 859.5

2.3%

Reference Approach

11 892.1

10 886.7

5 525.1

104.3

28 408.2

32.3%

Diff. due to losses and/or transformation

218.8

100.2

89.0

0.9

408.9

Statistical differences

- 13.0

18.2

- 8.6

0.0

- 3.4

Memo: international marine bunkers **

-

582.6

-

-

582.6

62.8%

Memo: international aviation **

-

397.1

-

-

397.1

55.5%

* Other includes industrial waste and non-renewable municipal waste. ** World includes international marine bunkers and international aviation.

* Other includes industrial waste and non-renewable municipal waste. ** World includes international marine bunkers and international aviation.

Key sources for CO2 emissions from fuel combustion in 2006

IPCC source category

CO2 emissions (Mt of CO2)

(%) ***

Cumulative total (%)

Main activity prod. elec. and heat - coal/peat

7 842.0

69.1%

19.1

19.1

Road - oil

4 691.9

43.2%

11.4

30.6

Manufacturing industries - coal/peat

2 670.6

21.5%

6.5

37.1

Main activity prod. elec. and heat - gas

1 816.2

49.8%

4.4

41.5

Other transport - oil

1 579.6

40.1%

3.9

45.4

Manufacturing industries - oil

1 554.0

15.6%

3.8

49.2

Manufacturing industries - gas

1 220.3

24.0%

3.0

52.1

Residential - gas

930.0

45.2%

2.3

54.4

Non-specified other sectors - oil

744.6

1.3%

1.8

56.2

Main activity prod. elec. and heat - oil

711.9

-34.6%

1.7

58.0

Other energy industries - oil

665.6

18.1%

1.6

59.6

Memo: total CO 2 from fuel combustion

28 002.7

33.4%

68.3

68.3

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