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INTRODUCTION

The energy - climate challenge xvii

PART I: METHODOLOGY

1. IEA emissions estimates I.3 4. Geographical coverage 1.17

2. Units and conversions I.11 5. IPCC methodologies I.21

3. Indicators 1.13

PART II: CO2 EMISSIONS FROM FUEL COMBUSTION

SUMMARY TABLES

CO2 emissions: Sectoral Approach II.4

CO2 emissions: Reference Approach II.16

CO2 emissions from international marine bunkers II.19

CO2 emissions from international aviation bunkers II.22

Total primary energy supply II.25

GDP II. 31

Population II.37

CO2 emissions /TPES II.40

CO2 emissions / GDP II.43

CO2 emissions / population II.49

Per capita emissions by sector in 2007 II.52

Per capita emissions with electricity and heat allocated to consuming sectors in 2007 II.55

Electricity and heat output II.58

CO2 emissions per kWh from electricity and heat generation II.61

GLOBAL AND REGIONAL TOTALS

World II.74

Annex 1 Parties II.76

Annex IIParties II.78

North America II.80

Europe II.82

Pacific II.84

Economies in Transition II.86

Non-Annex 1 Parties II.88

Annex I Kyoto Parties II.90

OECD Total II.92

OECD North America II.94

OECD Pacific II.96

OECD Europe II.98

European Union - 27 II.100

Africa II. 102

Middle East II.104

Non-OECD Europe II.106

Former Soviet Union II.108

Latin America II.110

Asia (excluding China) II.112

China II.114

COUNTRY TABLES

Albania II.118

Algeria II. 120

Angola II. 122

Argentina II. 124

Armenia II. 126

Australia II.128

Austria II. 130

Azerbaijan II.132

Bahrain II.134

Bangladesh II.136

Belarus II. 138

Belgium II.140

Benin II.142

Bolivia II.144

Bosnia and Herzegovina II.146

Botswana II.148

Brazil II.150

Brunei Darussalam II.152

Bulgaria II.154

Cambodia II.156

Cameroon II.158

Canada II. 160

Chile II.162

People's Republic of China II.164

Chinese Taipei II.166

Colombia II.168

Congo II.170

Democratic Republic of Congo II.172

Costa Rica II.174

Cote d'Ivoire II.176

Croatia II. 178

Cuba II.180

Cyprus II.182

Czech Republic II.184

Denmark II. 186

Dominican Republic II.188

Ecuador II.190

Egypt II.192

El Salvador II.194

Eritrea II. 196

Estonia II. 198

Ethiopia II.200

Finland II.202

France II.204

Gabon II.206

Georgia II.208

Germany II.210

Ghana II.212

Gibraltar II.214

Greece II.216

Guatemala II.218

Haiti II.220

Honduras II.222

Hong Kong, China II.224

Hungary II.226

Iceland II.228

India II.230

Indonesia II.232

Islamic Republic of Iran II.234

Iraq II.236

Ireland II.238

Israel II.240

Italy II.242

Jamaica II.244

Japan II.246

Jordan II.248

Kazakhstan II.250

Kenya II.252

Democratic People's Republic of Korea II.254

Korea II.256

Kuwait II.258

Kyrgyzstan II.260

Latvia II.262

Lebanon II.264

Libyan Arab Jamahiriya II.266

Lithuania II.268

Luxembourg II.270

Former Yugoslav Rep. of Macedonia II.272

Malaysia II.274

Malta II.276

Mexico II.278

Republic of Moldova II.280

Mongolia II.282

Morocco II.284

Mozambique II.286

Myanmar II.288

Namibia II.290

Nepal II.292

Netherlands II.294

Netherlands Antilles II.296

New Zealand II.298

Nicaragua II.300

Nigeria II.302

Norway II.304

Oman II.306

Pakistan II.308

Panama II.310

Paraguay II.312

Peru II.314

Philippines II.316

Poland II.318

Portugal II.320

Qatar II.322

Romania II.324

Russian Federation II.326

Saudi Arabia II.328

Senegal II.330

Serbia II.332

Singapore II.334

Slovak Republic II.336

Slovenia II.338

South Africa II.340

Spain II.342

Sri Lanka II.344

Sudan II.346

Sweden II.348

Switzerland II.350

Syrian Arab Republic II.352

Tajikistan II.354

United Republic of Tanzania II.356

Thailand II.358

Togo II.360

Trinidad and Tobago II.362

Tunisia II.364

Turkey II.366

Turkmenistan II. 3 6 8

Ukraine II.370

United Arab Emirates II.372

United Kingdom II.374

United States II.376

Uruguay II.378

Uzbekistan II.380

Venezuela II.382

Vietnam II.384

Yemen II.386

Zambia II.388

Zimbabwe II.390

Kyoto Protocol base years

The year 1990 should be the base year for the estimation and reporting of inventories.

According to the provisions of Article 4.6 of the Convention and Decisions 9/CP.2

and 11/CP.4, the following Annex I Parties that are undergoing the process of transi

tion to a market economy,

are allowed to use a base year or a period of years other

than 1990, as follows:

Bulgaria:

to use 1988

Hungary:

to use the average of the years 1985 to 1987

Poland:

to use 1988

Romania:

to use 1989

Slovenia:

to use 1986

PART III: GREENHOUSE-GAS EMISSIONS

1. Shares and trends in GHG emissions III.3 3. Total greenhouse-gas emissions III.25

2. Sources and methods III.11

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