Global Energy Outlook

Global Energy Outlook (EnerOutlook)은 무료 온라인 대화형 데이터 소프트웨어로서 직관적인 지도와 그래프를 통해 데이터를 검색하고 에너지 업계의 장기적인 추세를 시각적으로 분석 할 수 있습니다.
이 모든 것들은 전세계적으로 그리고 세계 지역별로 볼 수 있습니다. 이 인터페이스는 화석 연료 가격, 재생 에너지, 이산화탄소 배출에 관한 정보뿐만 아니라 에너지 공급과 수요에 대한 예측치를 제공합니다.

이 애플리케이션은 POLES 모델에 기반한 전체 EnerFuture 글로벌 예측 서비스의 발췌입니다.

예측 액세스:
  • 전기 및 재생 에너지에 대한 세부 정보와 함께 총 1차 및 최종 소비량;
  • CO2 배출량;
  • 에너지 및 기후 지표;
  • 7개의 지역으로 나눠 전 세계에 적용;
  • 특정 국가의 스냅 샷을위한 새로운 탭이 있습니다.
  • 2050년까지의 데이터를 포함합니다.

고급 분석을 위한 자유로운 *xls 파일 내보내기.

EnerFuture : 글로벌 에너지 예측

EnerFuture

EnerFuture는 최대 2050 년까지 에너지 예측을 제공합니다. 당사의 서비스는 미래의 에너지 수요, 가격 및 온실 가스 배출량에 대한 명확한 통찰력을 제공합니다.

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한계 저감 비용 곡선 - MACC

EnerFuture MACC

Enerdata의 장기 MACC을 통해 전세계적으로 인정되는 POLES 모델의 고유한 통찰력과 포괄적인 데이터를 얻을 수 있습니다.

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20
Jan

Indonesia is expected to add almost 3 GW of power capacity in 2022

According to the country's Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM), Indonesia added 1,902 MW of power capacity, including 655 MW of renewables, and 3,821 km of transmission lines. In 2022, the country is expected to commission 2,950 MW of power capacity and to build 4,632 km of transmission lines. The electrification rate should reach 100% in 2022 and the electricity consumption should increase to 1,268 kWh/capita (up from 939 kWh/capita in 2020).

12
Jan

China's CNOOC aims to raise its hydrocarbon output by at least 5% in 2022

The Chinese state-owned oil and gas company China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), which produced an estimated 570 Mboe of oil and gas in 2021 (above its 545-555 Mboe target), aims to reach an output of 600-610 Mboe in 2022 (+5.2-7%), including 69% in China. Moreover, the group targets a net oil and gas production of 640-650 Mboe in 2023 and 680-690 Mboe in 2024. The group plans to drill 227 offshore exploration wells and 132 onshore unconventional exploration wells, and to start 13 new projects in China and abroad. CNOOC plans to spend CNY90-100bn (US$14.1-15.7bn), with 57% for development, 21% for production and 20% for exploration. The company foresees its domestic crude oil output to hit a peak of 60 Mt by 2030 and natural gas output to cap at 40 bcm by 2035.

11
Jan

The United States is expected to add 46 GW of new capacity in 2022

In 2021, the United States added 17.1 GW of wind and 15.5 GW of solar according to early estimates released by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA). The public agency forecasts that the country will commissions 46.1 GW of new capacity in 2022, including 21.5 GW of solar, 9.6 GW of gas, 7.6 GW of wind and 5.1 GW of battery. Most of the new solar capacity will be installed in Texas (6.1 GW, or 28% of the national total) and in California (4 GW), while 51% of the new wind capacity will be installed in Texas (with the 999 MW Traverse Wind Energy Center expected in Oklahoma in April 2022). New gas-fired capacities - mainly CCGT (8.1 GW) - will be added in Ohio, Florida, Michigan, and Illinois. In addition, two new reactors at the Vogtle nuclear power plant in Georgia should come online, adding 2.2 GW of new nuclear capacity.

The installed capacity in the United States amounted to 1,246 GW at the end of 2020. It is dominated by gas (44%) and coal (19%). Renewables account for 26% and nuclear for 8% of the total capacity.

07
Jan

Saudi Arabia plans to generate 15.1 TWh of renewable electricity in 2024

Saudi Arabia plans to generate 15.1 TWh of renewable electricity in 2024, according to the country's Kingdom's General Authority for Statistics. In 2020, Saudi Arabia generated less than 730 GWh from renewables, accounting for 0.2% of the country's electricity production. Saudi Arabia’s National Renewable Energy Program includes 13 projects with a total capacity of 4,870 MW, including 4,470 MW of solar and 400 MW of wind.

Saudi Arabia’s installed capacity is almost entirely thermal and reached 89 GW at the end of 2020 (54% oil and 46% gas). The country promised in October 2021 to double the emissions cut it plans to achieve by 2030, from 130 MtCO2eq/year to 278 MtCO2eq/year. To do so, Saudi Arabia plans to cover around 50% of its power mix with renewables and up to 50% of the power mix with gas in 2030, and to build a green hydrogen plant fuelled by 4 GW of wind and solar and able to produce 650t/d of green hydrogen by electrolysis and 1.2 Mt/year of green ammonia. CO2 energy emissions increased strongly between 1990 and 2015 (+5%/year on average) and have since been decreasing by 2.6%/year, reaching 492 MtCO2 in 2020.


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