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原油生産統計

COVID-19パンデミックが原因で、世界の原油生産量は減少しました(-6.1%)。

原油生産統計

COVID-19パンデミックが原因で、世界の原油生産量は減少しました(-6.1%)。

国別内訳 (Mt)
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世界

トレンド 1990 - 2020 - Mt

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世界 の総エネルギー出力 (2020) - Mtoe

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-8.6%


2020年にロシアの原油生産量が急減

COVID-19パンデミックが原因で、世界の原油生産量は減少しました(-6.1%)。

2020年には、COVID-19パンデミックと都市封鎖措置が引き起こした世界的な需要の大幅な落ち込みのために、原油の国際価格は3分の1以上の割合で下がりました(ブレント原油はUS$42/バレルで-35%)。その結果、OPECプラスは、世界の供給過剰を回避して、原油安を持ち直させるために、2020年5月1日から2020年6月30日(2020年7月末まで延長)の期間に、全体の原油生産量を日量970万バレル削減することを2020年4月に決定しました。制限は2020年8月に緩和されました(世界の減産は日量770万バレルに限定)。 2020年に米国は原油生産量(世界の産出量の17%)を3.4%縮小しましたが、世界最大の原油生産国として、サウジアラビアとの差をさらに拡大しました。2020年に米国はサウジアラビアと比べて42%多く生産しました。全体として、原油生産量は、サウジアラビアの-7%を含めた中東で-8.8%、ロシアで-8.6%、ナイジェリアで-14%と落ち込みました。カナダでは4.5%減少しましたが、中国で1.6%、ブラジル(プレソルトでの生産が急増)で7.1%増加しました。

グローバル・エネルギー・トレンド - 2021年版

COVID-19の影響と構造変化を含む、統合した2020年のエネルギーと排出量の統計と2021年の予測

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Jan

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Jan

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