Reserves, supply, demand, trade and prices linked to oil, natural gas and renewables sources.
The annual statistical World Oil, Gas and Renewables Review in 2018 reaches the seventeenth edition. Same as last year, it consists of two volumes: the first is dedicated to the world of oil and the second to natural gas and renewables sources. The review provides information for a more detailed understanding of the main energy trends and it is aimed at both energy specialists and a wider public.
The World Oil Review focuses on the oil market and the refining industry.
World oil demand grew by 1.7%, more than 2016 (+1.2%) after another year of low oil
OECD countries gave positive support to global growth, but non OECD maintained the dominant share with around 70%. The world refining capacity has increased, led by the Middle East and Asia.
The World Gas and Renewables Review provides data and statistics on natural gas, biofuels and modern renewables (wind and solar) which are assuming a progressively greater role in the energy panorama accompanying the transition to a less carbon-intensive and more sustainable energy system. In 2017, world gas reserves decreased slightly (-0.2%). Russia remains the top holder of gas reserves (25% of the world's total). Among the top ten, seven are OPEC countries with 44% of the world's total.
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