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Report on Energy in China

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Energy Outlook for China 2009

Rapid economic growth in the People’s Republic of China will drive an annual growth  rate of 2.4% in final energy demand (2005–2030).  Total primary energy demand is projected to grow at 2.6% annually. Coal will account  for the bulk of the primary energy mix, at 53.4% in 2030, although it represents a reduced  share compared with the 2005 level of 63.2%.  The increasing amount of oil demand will have to be met by imports, with oil import dependency increasing from 43.6% in 2005 to 71.9% in 2030. Nuclear power will play a key role to slow carbon dioxide emissions; its growth rate will  be about 11.9% (2005–2030)

1 Energy and Climate, 1.1 General Energy Concerns, 1.1.2 Multilateral Institutions and Foreign Government Reports

Energy and Environmental Issues in China

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World Energy Outlook 2007, China and India Insights

China and India, the world’s fastest growing energy markets, are the special focus of the 2007 edition in the award-winning World Energy Outlook (WEO) series. China and India, the world’s fastest growing energy markets, are the special focus of the 2007 edition in the award-winning World Energy Outlook (WEO) series. How fast will demand in these dynamic economies rise? How will it be met? And what impact will their energy choices have on the rest of the world? Incorporating a global update of the WEO mid- and long-term energy projections reflecting the latest data, WEO 2007 also features 3 key energy scenarios to 2030.

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APEC Energy Demand and Supply Outlook 2006: China

Growth in China’s economy will result in an almost three-fold increase in energy demand through 2030. Over the outlook period, China will account for about 42 percent of APEC’s overall energy demand growth, 67 percent of  coal demand growth, more than 30 percent of oil demand growth, and about 24 percent of natural gas demand growth. China’s oil import dependency will increase from 22 percent in 2002 to 70 percent in 2030. The investment requirement will amount to between US$1.9-2.3 trillion, representing 37 percent of the overall APEC  investment requirements for the energy sector.

1 Energy and Climate, 1.1 General Energy Concerns, 1.1.2 Multilateral Institutions and Foreign Government Reports

Energy Policies and Strategies for China

1 Energy and Climate, 1.1 General Energy Concerns, 1.1.2 Multilateral Institutions and Foreign Government Reports