CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion

International Energy Agency

Frequency :
Annual
ISSN :
2219-9446 (online)
ISSN :
2219-9438 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/22199446
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This annual report presents data on the evolution of the emissions of CO2 from 1971 onwards for than 140 countries and regions by sector and by fuel. Emissions were calculated using IEA energy databases and the default methods and emission factors from the Revised 1996 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories.

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Publication Date :
13 Nov 2013
Pages :
566
ISBN :
9789264203174 (PDF) ; 9789264203167 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/co2_fuel-2013-en

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This book provides data on CO2 emission from fuel combustions from 1971 to 2010 for more than 140 countries and regions by sector and by fuel. Emissions were calculated using IEA energy databases and the default methods and emission factors from the Revised 1996 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories.

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2011 CO2 EMISSIONS OVERVIEW
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Recent trends in CO2 emissions from fuel combustion xiii
-Regional aspects of the energy-climate challenge xxvii
PART I: METHODOLOGY
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1. IEA emissions estimates I.3
-2. Units and conversions I.13
-3. Indicator sources and methods  I.15
-4. Geographical coverage I.21
-5. IPCC methodologies I.25
PART II: CO2 EMISSIONS FROM FUEL COMBUSTION SUMMARY TABLES
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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
-CO2 emissions by sector in 2011 II.25
-CO2 emissions with electricity and heat allocated to consuming sectors in 2011 II.28
-Total primary energy supply  II.31
-GDP  II.37
-Population II.43
-CO2 emissions / TPES II.46
-CO2 emissions /GDP  II.49
-CO2 emissions / population  II.55
-Per capita emissions by sector in 2011  II.58
-Per capita emissions with electricity and heat allocated to consuming sectors in 2011 II.61
-Electricity output II.64
-CO2 emissions per kWh II.67
-CO2 emissions and drivers (Kaya decomposition) II.79
GLOBAL AND REGIONAL TOTALS
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World  II.98
Annex I Parties  II.100
Annex II Parties II.102
-North America  II.104
-Europe  II.106
-Asia Oceania  II.108
-Economies in Transition II.110
Non-Annex I Parties II.112
Annex I Kyoto Parties   II.114
-OECD Total  II.116
-OECD Americas II.118
-OECD Asia Oceania II.120
-OECD Europe II.122
-European Union - 27 II.124
-Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia  II.126
-Africa  II.128
-Asia (excluding China) II.130
-China (including Hong Kong)  II.132
-Non-OECD Americas  II.134
-Middle East II.136
COUNTRY TABLES
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Albania  II.140
-Algeria  II.142
-Angola  II.144
-Argentina  II.146
-Armenia  II.148
-Australia  II.150
-Austria  II.152
-Azerbaijan II.154
-Bahrain II.156
-Bangladesh  II.158
-Belarus II.160
-Belgium  II.162
-Benin  II.164
-Bolivia  II.166
-Bosnia and Herzegovina II.168
-Botswana  II.170
-Brazil  II.172
-Brunei Darussalam  II.174
-Bulgaria II.176
-Cambodia  II.178
-Cameroon II.180
-Canada  II.182
-Chile II.184
-People’s Republic of China II.186
-Chinese Taipei II.188
-Colombia II.190
-Congo II.192
-Democratic Republic of Congo  II.194
-Costa Rica  II.196
-Côte d’Ivoire II.198
-Croatia II.200
-Cuba II.202
-Cyprus II.204
-Czech Republic II.206
-Denmark  II.208
-Dominican Republic II.210
-Ecuador II.212
-Egypt  II.214
-El Salvador II.216
-Eritrea II.218
-Estonia II.220
-Ethiopia II.222
-Finland  II.224
-France  II.226
-Gabon  II.228
-Georgia II.230
-Germany II.232
-Ghana II.234
-Gibraltar II.236
-Greece II.238
-Guatemala II.240
-Haiti II.242
-Honduras II.244
-Hong Kong, China II.246
-Hungary II.248
-Iceland II.250
-India  II.252
-Indonesia II.254
-Islamic Republic of Iran II.256
-Iraq  II.258
-Ireland  II.260
-Israel  II.262
-Italy  II.264
-Jamaica II.266
-Japan II.268
-Jordan II.270
-Kazakhstan II.272
-Kenya  II.274
-Democratic People’s Republic of Korea  II.276
-Korea  II.278
-Kosovo II.280
-Kuwait II.282
-Kyrgyzstan II.284
-Latvia  II.286
-Lebanon II.288
-Libya II.290
-Lithuania II.292
-Luxembourg  II.294
-Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia II.296
-Malaysia II.298
-Malta II.300
-Mexico II.302
-Republic of Moldova II.304
-Mongolia  II.306
-Montenegro II.308
-Morocco II.310
-Mozambique II.312
-Myanmar II.314
-Namibia II.316
-Nepal  II.318
-Netherlands II.320
-Netherlands Antilles   II.322
-New Zealand II.324
-Nicaragua II.326
-Nigeria II.328
-Norway II.330
-Oman  II.332
-Pakistan II.334
-Panama II.336
-Paraguay II.338
-Peru  II.340
-Philippines II.342
-Poland  II.344
-Portugal II.346
-Qatar  II.348
-Romania II.350
-Russian Federation II.352
-Saudi Arabia II.354
-Senegal II.356
-Serbia  II.358
-Singapore  II.360
-Slovak Republic II.362
-Slovenia II.364
-South Africa  II.366
-Spain II.368
-Sri Lanka II.370
-Sudan II.372
-Sweden II.374
-Switzerland  II.376
-Syrian Arab Republic II.378
-Tajikistan  II.380
-United Republic of Tanzania II.382
-Thailand II.384
-Togo II.386
-Trinidad and Tobago II.388
-Tunisia   II.390
-Turkey II.392
-Turkmenistan II.394
-Ukraine II.396
-United Arab Emirates II.398
-United Kingdom  II.400
-United States II.402
-Uruguay II.404
-Uzbekistan  II.406
-Venezuela II.408
-Vietnam II.410
-Yemen II.412
-Zambia II.414
-Zimbabwe  II.416
PART III: GREENHOUSE-GAS EMISSIONS
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1. Shares and trends in GHG emissions III.3
-2. Sources and methods III.11
-3. Total GHG emissions III.28