Overview of Energy Use and Related Issues

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1.818J/2.65J/3.564J/10.391J/11.371J/22.811J/ESD166J SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Prof. Michael W. Golay Nuclear Engineering Dept.
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fossil fuels accounted for 85% of all energy produced World crude oil production reach a record 68 million barrels worldwide, renewable energy 9%, and nuclear power 7%. per day in 2000. OPEC’s share fell from 55% in 1973 to 43% in 2000. World Primary Energy Production by Source From 1970 to 1999, world primary energy production grew by 76%. Growth occurred in all types of energy. In 1999, World Crude Oil Production Leading Crude Oil Producers Leading Petroleum Consumers After 1991, Saudi Arabia was the largest producer. U.S. The U.S. accounted for 26% of world consumption of production peaked in 1970. Russia’s production surpassed petroleum in 1999. Japan and China accounted for 7% and U.S. output in 1999 and 2000. 6%, respectively. OPEC = Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. Annual Energy Review, 2000
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