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1990

1995

2000

2004

2005

2006

2007

% change 90-07

CO2 Sectoral Approach (Mt of CO2)

604.1

727.5

866.6

921.2

943.6

978.3

1 016.0

68.2%

CO2 Reference Approach (Mt of CO2)

632.3

741.2

878.7

921.3

943.2

971.6

1 024.0

61.9%

TPES (PJ)

14 365

16 476 19 111

20 486

21 054

21 946

23 065

60.6%

TPES (Mtoe)

343.1

393.5

456.5

489.3

502.9

524.2

550.9

60.6%

GDP (billion 2000 US$)

1 096.5

1 327.3 1

485.7

1 623.4

1 714.7

1 818.1

1 937.6

76.7%

GDP PPP (billion 2000 US$)

2 104.9

2 533.0 2

838.2

3 123.6

3 292.6

3 486.9

3 713.9

76.4%

Population (millions)

356.3

387.8

418.9

443.1

449.1

455.0

460.6

29.3%

CO2 / TPES (t CO2 per TJ)

42.1

44.2

45.3

45.0

44.8

44.6

44.0

4.7%

CO2 / GDP (kg CO2 per 2000 US$)

0.55

0.55

0.58

0.57

0.55

0.54

0.52

-4.8%

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

0.29

0.29

0.31

0.29

0.29

0.28

0.27

-4.7%

CO2 / population (t CO2 per capita)

1.70

1.88

2.07

2.08

2.10

2.15

2.21

30.1%

Ratios are based on the Sectoral Approach.

2007 CO2 emissions by sector

% change

million tonnes of CO 2

CoalIpeat

Oil

Gas

Other *

Total

90-07

Sectoral Approach

88.5

688.9

238.6

-

1

016.0

68.2%

Main activity producer elec. and heat

25.6

81.3

56.4

-

163.3

110.3%

Unallocated autoproducers

10.7

14.2

9.9

-

34.8

64.6%

Other energy industries

4.7

40.5

39.1

-

84.2

29.1%

Manufacturing industries and construction

46.8

130.7

90.4

-

267.8

79.9%

Transport

0.1

339.4

13.3

-

352.8

73.9%

of which: road

-

3G7.7

11.9

-

319.e

75.3%

Other sectors

0.8

82.7

29.5

-

113.0

28.0%

of which: residential

G.5

39.G

23.4

-

e3.G

35.3%

Reference Approach

87.9

694.1

241.9

-

1

024.0

61.9%

Diff. due to losses and/or transformation

0.4

12.2

1.3

-

13.9

Statistical differences

- 1.0

- 7.0

2.1

-

- 5.9

Memo: international marine bunkers

-

29.G

-

-

29.G

91.5%

Memo: international aviation bunkers

-

15.e

-

-

15.e

77.3%

* 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 (%)

Road - oil

307.7

69.2%

12.3

12.3

Manufacturing industries - oil

130.7

69.0%

5.2

17.5

Manufacturing industries - gas

90.4

121.5%

3.6

21.1

Main activity prod. elec. and heat - oil

81.3

113.1%

3.2

24.3

Main activity prod. elec. and heat - gas

56.4

116.6%

2.3

26.6

Manufacturing industries - coal/peat

46.8

52.1%

1.9

28.4

Non-specified other sectors - oil

43.7

19.0%

1.7

30.2

Other energy industries - oil

40.5

32.7%

1.6

31.8

Other energy industries - gas

39.1

25.8%

1.6

33.4

Residential - oil

39.0

8.8%

1.6

34.9

Other transport - oil

31.8

54.9%

1.3

36.2

Memo: total CO 2 from fuel combustion

1 016.0

e8.2%

4G.5

4G.5

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