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GDP 대비 CO2

전 세계적으로 GDP의 배출 집약도는 2050년까지 81% 감소할 것으로 예상됩니다.

GDP 대비 CO2

전 세계적으로 GDP의 배출 집약도는 2050년까지 81% 감소할 것으로 예상됩니다.

-5.7%/년


2050년까지 GDP 대비 CO2 집약도의 평균 감소율.

전 세계적으로 GDP의 배출 집약도는 2050년까지 81% 감소할 것으로 예상됩니다.

NDC 및 국가별 공약에 따라 EnerBlue 시나리오에서는 GDP의 CO2 집약도가 빠르게 감소하여 경제 성장과 CO2 배출이 디커플링되는 것을 보여줍니다.

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May

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Apr

The Russian Ministry of Economic Development has confirmed the official forecasts for gas production in Russia for the 2024-2027 period. Gas production in the country should reach 666.7 bcm in 2024, 695.4 bcm in 2025, 707.5 bcm in 2026 and 727.3 bcm in 2027. The ministry has also unveiled a conservative forecast alongside the baseline one, with production reaching 654 bcm in 2024 and potentially standing at 659 bcm for 2025, 666 bcm in 2026 and 671 bcm for 2027.

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Apr

The Russian Ministry of Economic Development has lowered its forecasts for the country's crude oil export prices over the 2024-2027 period to US$65/bbl. The forecasts were cut from previous estimates of US$71.3/bbl for 2024, US$70.1/bbl for 2025 and US$70/bbl for 2026.

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Apr

The European Union Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) has published its European LNG Market Monitoring Report (MMR). According to the report, the EU outpaced China as the largest global LNG importer in 2023, with 134 bcm of LNG imports recorded, while the United States have surpassed Qatar and Australia as the largest LNG producer, with an estimated export volume of 119 bcm in 2023. The EU’s increased demand of LNG may reach its peak during 2024 under ‘REPowerEU’ demand scenarios, at 330 bcm.