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% change

1990

1995 2000

2004

2005

2006 2007

90-07

CO2 Sectoral Approach (Mt of CO2)

3 653.1

2 440.4 2 222.7

2 298.7

2 310.6

2 396.1 2 411.6

-34.0%

CO2 Reference Approach (Mt of CO2)

3 800.0

2 479.0 2 270.6

2 363.7

2 375.6

2 447.0 2 439.8

-35.8%

TPES (PJ)

58 822

40 499 38 249

40 615

41 355

42 380 42 644

-27.5%

TPES (Mtoe)

1 404.9

967.3 913.6

970.1

987.7

1 012.2 1 018.5

-27.5%

GDP (billion 2000 US$)

576.7

343.9 377.2

491.8

526.0

570.1 619.7

7.5%

GDP PPP (billion 2000 US$)

2 375.9

1 393.8 1 505.4

1 971.3

2 102.1

2 275.7 2 471.6

4.0%

Population (millions)

289.1

290.9 287.8

285.2

284.7

284.3 283.8

-1.8%

CO2 / TPES (t CO2 per TJ)

62.1

60.3 58.1

56.6

55.9

56.5

56.6

-8.9%

CO2 / GDP (kg CO2 per 2000 US$)

6.33

7.10 5.89

4.67

4.39

4.20

3.89

-38.6%

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

1.54

1.75 1.48

1.17

1.10

1.05

0.98

-36.5%

CO2 / population (t CO2 per capita)

12.64

8.39 7.72

8.06

8.12

8.43

8.50

-32.7%

Ratios are based on the Sectoral Approach.

* Data for 1990 and 1991 have been estimated for the individual countries of Former Soviet Union. This may cause breaks in the regional time series.

2007 CO2 emissions by sector

% change

million tonnes of CO 2

Coal/peat

Oil

Gas

Other **

Total

90-07

Sectoral Approach

710.4

483.1

1 203.9

14.1

2 411.6

-34.0%

Main activity producer elec. and heat

371.8

26.0

446.2

-

844.0

-52.2%

Unallocated autoproducers

123.1

32.9

202.3

11.6

369.9

593.1%

Other energy industries

6.3

51.0

52.5

0.5

110.3

8.0%

Manufacturing industries and construction

181.3

77.1

167.8

1.9

428.1

-35.1%

Transport

0.2

220.5

93.1

-

313.8

-23.6%

of which: road

-

185.7

1.8

-

187.5

-26.0%

Other sectors

27.7

75.7

242.1

0.1

345.6

-47.7%

of which: residential

16.5

27.4

165.0

-

208.8

-18.8%

Reference Approach

701.0

492.5

1 232.2

14.1

2 439.8

-35.8%

Diff. due to losses and/or transformation

- 0.9

9.5

25.9

-

34.5

Statistical differences

- 8.5

- 0.1

2.4

-

- 6.3

Memo: international marine bunkers

-

1.7

-

-

1.7

-79.2%

Memo: international aviation bunkers

-

20.4

-

-

20.4

-46.3%

** Other includes industrial waste and non-renewable municipal waste.

** Other includes industrial waste and non-renewable municipal waste.

Key sources for CO2 emissions from fuel combustion in 2007

IPCC source category

CO2 emissions (Mt of CO2)

(%) ***

Cumulative total (%)

Main activity prod. elec. and heat - gas

446.2

-37.7%

12.0

12.0

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

371.8

-46.7%

10.0

22.0

Unallocated autoproducers - gas

202.3

482.2%

5.4

27.5

Road - oil

185.7

-25.9%

5.0

32.5

Manufacturing industries - coal/peat

181.3

-35.2%

4.9

37.3

Manufacturing industries - gas

167.8

-11.5%

4.5

41.9

Residential - gas

165.0

14.8%

4.4

46.3

Unallocated autoproducers - coal/peat

123.1

+

3.3

49.6

Other transport - gas

91.3

17.7%

2.5

52.1

Manufacturing industries - oil

77.1

-59.3%

2.1

54.1

Non-specified other sectors - gas

77.1

-34.8%

2.1

56.2

Memo: total CO 2 from fuel combustion

2 411.6

-34.0%

64.9

64.9

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