World Energy Consumption and Production Trends, 2001

January 2004
World Almanac & Book of Facts;2004, p169
Discusses the trends in world energy consumption and production. Increase in the consumption of petroleum, natural gas, coal, net hydroelectric, nuclear, geothermal, wood and waste; Increase in the world production of primary energy.


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