2021 economic recovery
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This report will provide you with 2020 vs. 2021 energy and climate data benchmarks, a detailed analysis on “The European gas crisis, what consequences should we expect?” and an exclusive interview with Pr. Manfred HAFNER regarding the future evolution of the global energy situation and the related measures.
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Consolidated 2021 energy and climate statistics, and projections to 2030
28 Jun 2022
The post-pandemic economic recovery implied higher energy consumption and energy-related CO2 emissions in 2021, exceeding the 2019 levels. From now, what will be the aftermath of the major game changers that occurred recently?
Our Global Energy Trends publication provides you with an in-depth analysis performed by our experts, leveraging our unique databases.
G20 countries account for 80% of global energy consumption
Figures in orange: data for 2021
Figures in blue: data for 2020
*CO2 emissions from energy combustion (> 80% of CO2 emissions)
Energy-related CO2 emissions (%/year) in G20 countries
Projection of European gas price and brent price from forward price
Source: Enerdata; Energymarketprice, as of 14th of June 2022
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