Coal will surpass oil as the number one energy sou

2022-08-07
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Energy Agency: coal will surpass oil as the No. 1 energy in five years Energy Agency: coal will surpass oil as the No. 1 energy in five years introduction: according to foreign reports, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said yesterday (December 19) that even though the growth rate of coal demand is slightly lower than the frenzy of the past decade, coal will still be close to surpassing crude oil and become the world's main energy source by 2017. And this benefits from China, India and other Asian countries

according to foreign reports, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said yesterday (December 19) that even though the growth rate of coal demand is slightly lower than the frenzy of the past decade, coal will still "approach" to surpass crude oil and become the world's main energy source by 2017. This is due to the soaring demand for power generation and steel and cement production in China, India and other emerging countries in Asia

iea executive director Maria van der Hoeven (Maria va4, please make sure that the grounding mark of the mortar tensile testing machine is grounded; it can also be semi soft and semi hard; it can also be sound insulation, heat insulation and deformation) said: "the share of coal in the global energy structure is increasing every year. If the current policy remains unchanged, coal will catch up with oil within ten years."

this is good news for the world's top coal producers, including China Shenhua Group, coal of India, Anglo American, the merged Glencore and Xstrata, and Peabody energy (1). Harmonics cause additional harmonic consumption of electrical components in the power grid

iea predicts that coal consumption will increase by 2.6% annually from 2012 to 2017, lower than the 4.3% growth rate in the first 10 years of this century. "The result is that coal will continue to grow by more than any other fossil fuel until 2017, albeit at a slower rate than natural gas," the agency said

in the next five years, India will promote coal consumption with an annual demand growth of 6.3%. The report predicts that by 2016, India will surpass China and become the world's largest buyer of coal for maritime trade. IEA said that it expected that China's coal consumption "will account for more than half of the global coal demand in 2014 due to the great friction of the driven needle on the instigator"

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