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Share of BRICS in the total increase in energy consumption since 2000.

Slowdown in energy consumption growth in 2019 (+0.6%), much below its historical trend

Global energy consumption growth slowed down in 2019 (+0.6%) compared to an average 2%/year over the 2000-2018 period, in a context of slower economic growth.
Energy consumption increased at a slower pace than in previous years in China (+3.2%), the world’s largest consumer since 2009, in Russia (+1.8%) and in India (+0.8% only). It declined in almost all OECD countries, including the USA (-1%), the EU (-1.9%), Japan (-1.6%), Canada and South Korea. Australia was the only exception, posting a 6.3% growth (caused by soaring gas consumption from LNG plants) well above the historical average. Consumption remained dynamic in Indonesia and Algeria, continued to increase in Saudi Arabia, Nigeria and South Africa but declined in Latin America (stable in Brazil and slight decrease in Mexico). US sanctions contributed to reduce Venezuela’s and Iran’s consumption.

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15
Jan

China's crude oil imports rose by 7.3% to 10.9 mb/d in 2020

According to the General Administration of Customs, China’s crude oil imports increased by 7.3% in 2020 to 542 Mt (10.85 mb/d), boosted by low prices and the start-up of new refineries. The country increased the first batch of crude oil import quotas for non-state companies by 18% to 122.6 Mt in 2021, reflecting the increased capacity of private refiners. In addition, China’s gas imports, including LNG, rose by 5.3% to 101.7 Mt, as a harsh winter and a quick economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic boosted demand.

14
Jan

Russia's electricity consumption declined by 2.3% in 2020

According to the Russian power transmission system operator SO UPS, electricity consumption in the Unified Energy System (UES) of Russia decreased by 2.4% in 2020. Electricity consumption in Russia as a whole declined by 2.3% in 2020. Electricity generation in Russia in 2020 amounted to 1,064 TWh, which is 3% less than in 2019. Power plants in the UES produced 1,047 TWh (-3.1%), with thermal accounting for 53% of the total, nuclear for 21% and hydropower for 20%. Power plants for industrial enterprises accounted for 6% of total generation in the UES.

14
Jan

Kazakhstan produced 85.7 Mt of oil and condensate in 2020

Kazakhstan produced 85.7 Mt of oil and condensate in 2020, of which 26.4 Mt (31%) were produced by Tengizchevroil, 15.1 Mt (18%) by North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC), and 12 Mt (14%) by Karachaganak Petroleum Operating. Oil exports reached 68.5 Mt. In addition, Kazakhstan’s natural gas output amounted to 55.2 bcm in 2020 (plus 3.2 Mt of LPG); domestic gas consumption reached 17.2 bcm and 10.7 bcm were exported. Oil product production reached 11.5 Mt, including 4.5 Mt of gasoline, 4.55 Mt of diesel and 2.1 Mt of fuel oil. Crude oil production is expected to remain stable in 2021, reaching 86 Mt, while oil exports are forecast to decline by 1.5% to 67.5 Mt.

13
Jan

Azerbaijan raised gas exports by 17% to 13.8 bcm in 2020

Azerbaijan increased gas exports by 17% to 13.8 bcm in 2020, thanks to the Southern Gas Corridor. The country exported 10.5 mcm/d of gas to Italy, 2 mcm/d to Greece and 1 mcm/d to Bulgaria. The Shaz Deniz field’s output, which reached 18.4 bcm of gas and 29.2 mbl of of condensate in 2020, is expected to rise to 21.3 bcm of gas and 32.5 mbl of condensate in 2021. However, oil production at the Azeri–Chirag–Gunashli (ACG) complex should decline from 174.6 mbl in 2020 to 171.6 mbl in 2021.


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