Saturday, November 05, 2011

CO2 and Oil consumption

Germans Horrified, Outraged By New CO2 Record
caused by Growing Global Dirty Economy, Third World capitalist Development

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The climate summit in Durban is coming up and so expect a steady stream of shocking, frightful climate reports to come out over the weeks ahead. The latest comes from the US Department of Energy, which shows that global man-made CO2 emissions have reached shocking record levels.

Last year more than 9100 million tons of CO2 were emitted into the atmosphere. The reaction by the media in Germany today has been one of utter horror.


Just weeks before the UN climate conference in Durban South Africa, the US Department of Energy spooks the world with grim news: New preliminary results show that the emissions of the climate-killing gas Co2 is rising dramatically.

Alone in China and India CO2 emissions emissions climbed 10 percent."

German Green Party Chairwoman Claudia Roth called the latest figures "alarming at an extreme scale." Eberhard Brandes, Chairman of WWF Germany, is outraged and said: "The data coming out of the USA are shocking and exceed the worst our fears and pessimistic scenarios."


Here are the ice cold facts
http://cdiac.ornl.gov/trends/emis/tre_glob_2008.html

Since 1751 approximately 347 billion tons of carbon have been released to the atmosphere from the consumption of fossil fuels and cement production. Half of these emissions have occurred since the mid 1970s. The 2008 global fossil-fuel carbon emission estimate, 8749 million metric tons of carbon, represents an all-time high and a 2.4% increase from 2007.

Globally, liquid and solid fuels accounted for 76.3% of the emissions from fossil-fuel burning and cement production in 2008. Combustion of gas fuels (e.g., natural gas) accounted for 18.5% (1616 million metric tons of carbon) of the total emissions from fossil fuels in 2008 and reflects a gradually increasing global utilization of natural gas. Emissions from cement production (386 million metric tons of carbon in 2008) have more than doubled since the mid 1970s and now represent 4.4% of global CO2 releases from fossil-fuel burning and cement production. Gas flaring, which accounted for roughly 2% of global emissions during the 1970s, now accounts for less than 1% of global fossil-fuel releases.


Fuel Consumption Stats

Million tonnes oil equivalent - 1999


Oil N. Gas Coal Nuclear Hydroelec
USA 882.8 555.3 543.3 197.7 25.8
N Amer 1047.1 651.5 581.2 219.3 58.2
Europe 755.2 399.6 348 246.1 51.5
Asia Pac. 928.7 241.7 912.5 125.9 46.2
World 3462.4 2063.9 2129.5 650.8 226.8
 
OECD 2171.2 1128.5 1078.7 564.2 117.2

Oil Consumption in thousand barrels daily  (1999)

  • USA - 18490 thousand barrels daily
  • Europe - 15990 thousand barrels daily
  • Asia Pacific - 19920 thousand barrels daily
  • Total World - 73215 thousand barrels daily
  • Laterst OIL numbers -- http://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=n&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=2&eotf=1&u=http%3A%2F%2Fde.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FErd%C3%B6l%2FTabellen_und_Grafiken&act=url

    YOU BURN 4 TONS OF SMOKE every year!

     
    Rank Country Consumption Share in% Accumulation in%
    Oil Consumption in million tonnes (2008)
    First USA 903.0 23.1 23.1
    Second China 368.8 9.4 32.5
    Third Japan 211.3 5.4 37.9
    4th India 135.0 3.5 41.4
    5th Russia 130.4 3.3 44.7
    6th Germany 108.6 2.8 47.5
    7th Canada 108.0 2.8 50.3
     1 Tonne (7,3 Barrels) Crude-Oil is 1161 Litres = 1.161 cubic metres.
    USA 903 per year (divided by 365) = 2.48 million tons per day
    times 1.161 = 2.87 million cubic meters per day.
    A cube that is 142 meters high and 142 meters wide and 142 meters long.
    every day. Canada 70 metres cube. Burned into smoke every day.
    Peru 7mio/yr 28 meter cube. World 3910 tons per year =
     
    The total world consumption of crude oil in 1996 was 71.7 million barrels per day (there are 42 US gallons in a barrel, or 159 litres).
    71 700 000 * 159 = 2.25km cube
    10.7 million tons raw oil used per day wordlwide, 3910 mio ton pre year WORLD


    Ranking of the world's countries by 2008 per capita fossil-fuel CO2 emission rates. National per capita estimates (CO2_CAP) are expressed in metric tons of carbon. Source: Tom Boden, Gregg Marland, and Bob Andres Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center Oak Ridge National Laboratory doi 10.3334/CDIAC/00001_V2011 RANK NATION CO2_CAP 1 QATAR 14.58 2 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO 10.18 3 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 9.43 4 NETHERLAND ANTILLES 8.69 5 BAHRAIN 7.90 6 BRUNEI (DARUSSALAM) 7.37 7 KUWAIT 7.17 8 LUXEMBOURG 5.96 9 ARUBA 5.91 10 FALKLAND ISLANDS (MALVINAS) 5.23 11 AUSTRALIA 5.17 12 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4.90 13 SAUDI ARABIA 4.69 14 OMAN 4.48 15 CANADA 4.46 16 KAZAKHSTAN 4.16 17 FAEROE ISLANDS 3.88 18 NAURU 3.87 19 ESTONIA 3.72 20 GIBRALTAR 3.70 21 MONTSERRAT 3.54 22 NEW CALEDONIA 3.49 23 RUSSIAN FEDERATION 3.30 24 CZECH REPUBLIC 3.09 25 TAIWAN 3.06 26 ST. PIERRE & MIQUELON 3.03 27 FINLAND 2.91 28 REPUBLIC OF KOREA 2.88 29 NETHERLANDS 2.87 30 NORWAY 2.86 31 PALAU 2.83 32 CAYMAN ISLANDS 2.74 33 GREENLAND 2.73 34 CYPRUS 2.70 35 BELGIUM 2.70 36 IRELAND 2.68 37 ISRAEL 2.61 38 GERMANY 2.61 39 JAPAN 2.59 40 TURKMENISTAN 2.59 41 LIBYAN ARAB JAMAHIRIYAH 2.53 42 GREECE 2.40 43 SOUTH AFRICA 2.39 44 SLOVENIA 2.32 45 UNITED KINGDOM 2.32 46 DENMARK 2.30 47 POLAND 2.26 48 BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 2.26 49 SEYCHELLES 2.22 50 AUSTRIA 2.22 51 NEW ZEALAND 2.13 52 MALAYSIA 2.10 53 ITALY (INCLUDING SAN MARINO) 2.04 54 SPAIN 2.02 55 ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN 2.00 56 EQUATORIAL GUINEA 1.99 57 ICELAND 1.93 58 UKRAINE 1.92 59 SINGAPORE 1.91 60 SLOVAKIA 1.90 61 BULGARIA 1.82 62 BELARUS 1.77 63 BAHAMAS 1.74 64 ANDORRA 1.74 65 MALTA 1.71 66 FRANCE (INCLUDING MONACO) 1.66 67 VENEZUELA 1.64 68 BERMUDA 1.64 69 MACEDONIA 1.58 70 HONG KONG SPECIAL ADMINSTRATIVE REGION OF CHINA 1.51 71 HUNGARY 1.49 72 AZERBAIJAN 1.47 73 SWEDEN 1.45 74 SWITZERLAND 1.45 75 BARBADOS 1.45 76 PORTUGAL 1.44 77 CROATIA 1.44 78 CHINA (MAINLAND) 1.43 79 ANTIGUA & BARBUDA 1.41 80 SERBIA 1.38 81 ST. KITTS-NEVIS 1.33 82 ARGENTINA 1.32 83 TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS 1.31 84 MARTINIQUE 1.30 85 GUADELOUPE 1.29 86 SURINAME 1.29 87 UZBEKISTAN 1.25 88 BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS 1.25 89 LITHUANIA 1.24 90 JAMAICA 1.23 91 ROMANIA 1.21 92 MEXICO 1.20 93 CHILE 1.19 94 THAILAND 1.16 95 FRENCH GUIANA 1.13 96 MONGOLIA 1.13 97 LEBANON 1.11 98 ANGUILLA 1.07 99 TURKEY 1.05 100 COOK ISLANDS 0.98 101 JORDAN 0.95 102 REUNION 0.94 103 IRAQ 0.93 104 SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC 0.92 105 LATVIA 0.92 106 FRENCH POLYNESIA 0.91 107 DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE S REPUBLIC OF KOREA 0.90 108 ALGERIA 0.88 109 MONTENEGRO 0.85 110 MAURITIUS 0.84 111 MALDIVES 0.82 112 CUBA 0.76 113 SAINT HELENA 0.74 114 EGYPT 0.70 115 MACAU SPECIAL ADMINSTRATIVE REGION OF CHINA 0.69 116 BOTSWANA 0.69 117 URUGUAY 0.68 118 TUNISIA 0.67 119 GRENADA 0.65 120 SAINT LUCIA 0.63 121 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 0.59 122 BRAZIL 0.56 123 PANAMA 0.55 124 NIUE 0.55 125 GUYANA 0.55 126 ECUADOR 0.54 127 DOMINICA 0.53 128 NAMIBIA 0.51 129 ST. VINCENT & THE GRENADINES 0.51 130 ARMENIA 0.49 131 INDONESIA 0.49 132 COSTA RICA 0.48 133 GABON 0.47 134 TONGA 0.46 135 MARSHALL ISLANDS 0.44 136 MOROCCO 0.41 137 COLOMBIA 0.41 138 FIJI 0.41 139 INDIA 0.40 140 VIET NAM 0.40 141 BELIZE 0.39 142 WALLIS AND FUTUNA ISLANDS 0.39 143 PERU 0.38 144 ANGOLA 0.37 145 ALBANIA 0.36 146 PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA 0.36 147 REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA 0.36 148 GEORGIA 0.33 149 HONDURAS 0.32 150 KYRGYZSTAN 0.31 151 BHUTAN 0.29 152 YEMEN 0.28 153 EL SALVADOR 0.27 154 SWAZILAND 0.26 155 PAKISTAN 0.25 156 PHILIPPINES 0.25 157 SAMOA 0.24 158 GUATEMALA 0.24 159 SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 0.22 160 NICARAGUA 0.21 161 ZIMBABWE 0.20 162 PARAGUAY 0.18 163 NIGERIA 0.17 164 MAURITANIA 0.17 165 DJIBOUTI 0.17 166 CAPE VERDE 0.17 167 SRI LANKA 0.16 168 FEDERATED STATES OF MICRONESIA 0.15 169 CONGO 0.15 170 OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORY 0.14 171 WESTERN SAHARA 0.13 172 BENIN 0.13 173 TAJIKISTAN 0.13 174 SENEGAL 0.11 175 VANUATU 0.11 176 SOLOMON ISLANDS 0.10 177 GHANA 0.10 178 COTE D IVOIRE 0.09 179 SUDAN 0.09 180 PAPUA NEW GUINEA 0.09 181 KIRIBATI 0.09 182 CAMBODIA 0.09 183 BANGLADESH 0.08 184 REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON 0.08 185 KENYA 0.07 186 MYANMAR (FORMERLY BURMA) 0.07 187 LAO PEOPLE S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC 0.07 188 GAMBIA 0.07 189 HAITI 0.07 190 SIERRA LEONE 0.07 191 TOGO 0.06 192 COMOROS 0.05 193 GUINEA BISSAU 0.05 194 TIMOR-LESTE (FORMERLY EAST TIMOR) 0.05 195 LIBERIA 0.04 196 UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA 0.04 197 ZAMBIA 0.04 198 GUINEA 0.04 199 NEPAL 0.03 200 BURKINA FASO 0.03 201 UGANDA 0.03 202 MOZAMBIQUE 0.03 203 MADAGASCAR 0.03 204 ETHIOPIA 0.02 205 ERITREA 0.02 206 MALAWI 0.02 207 SOMALIA 0.02 208 RWANDA 0.02 209 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC 0.02 210 NIGER 0.02 211 MALI 0.01 212 CHAD 0.01 213 DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO (FORMERLY ZAIRE) 0.01 214 AFGHANISTAN 0.01 215 BURUNDI 0.01









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