BP statistical review of world energy 2015

BP’s 2015 edition of its Statistical Review of World Energy highlights how significant changes in global energy production and consumption have had profound implications for prices, for the global fuel mix, and for global carbon dioxide emissions. The 64th annual edition of the review highlights the continuing importance of the US shale revolution, with the US overtaking Saudi Arabia as the world’s biggest oil producer and surpassing Russia as the world’s largest producer of oil and gas. When it comes to consumption, the review records primary energy consumption slowing markedly, with growth of just 0.9% last year, a lower rate than at any time since the late 1990s. Chinese growth in consumption slowed to its lowest level since 1998 as its economy rebalances away from energy intensive sectors, though China remained the world’s largest growth market for energy.

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