"While China has been grabbing headlines with its unprecedented growth in demand, other emerging Asian markets – notably India, S.E Asia & S. Asia - are also increasing their presence in the global gas arena"
Electricity is at the heart of modern life, and so it’s easy to assume that our reliance on electricity will increase or even accelerate. However, in many advanced economies the data reveals a surprisingly different story. https://t.co/lnMskz6wxQ
Global oil supply fell 1.4 mb/d to 99.7 mb/d in January as the Vienna Agreement & Alberta’s cuts took effect. Our non-OPEC growth estimates have increased to 2.7 mb/d in 2018 & to 1.8 mb/d in 2019 - mainly due to higher US output.
• Demand growth of 1.4 mb/d expected in 2019 • Global supply fell 1.4 mb/d to 99.7 mb/d in Jan • OPEC crude output was 30.83 mb/d in Jan, a near 4-year low • Global refining throughput fell 0.7 mb/d y-o-y in Dec https://t.co/zZLK2t2TGE
In a sign of great progress, over 120 million people worldwide gained access to electricity in 2017. This means that for the first time ever, the total number of people without access fell below 1 billion https://t.co/AgnDx9q3ko
39% of all new cars sold in Norway 🇳🇴 in 2017 were electric, giving the country the largest market share of #ElectricVehicles in the world. Iceland 🇮🇸 follows at 11.7%, then Sweden 🇸🇪 at 6.3% https://t.co/xPkxX107wB
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