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The Energy Outlook makes projections to 2050 and beyond, while the Statistical Review of World Energy provides historic data on world energy markets

bp Statistical Review of World Energy 2022

In 2021, economic growth and energy demand rebounded strongly as the world emerged from the pandemic. How did the energy system cope? And what can it tell us about the energy transition and the path to net zero?‎

 

Launching 28 June.

bp Statistical Review of World Energy 2022 | 71st edition
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bp’s economics team produces two reports annually. One – the Energy Outlook – is forward-looking and the other – the Statistical Review of World Energy – analyses data from the previous year. While the Energy Outlook was first published in January 2011, the Statistical Review has been informing the energy economics community since 1952.

Energy Outlook – 2022 edition

Energy Outlook 2022

Focus on the energy transition has intensified in recent years. How has this increase in global ambition shifted the pace of change in the energy system? And what impact will this have on the fuel mix and emissions?

The bp Energy Outlook outlines bp’s views on future global energy markets based on different scenarios through to 2050.

Statistical Review of World Energy 2021

Stats Review 2021

bp’s Statistical Review of World Energy 2021 reveals that the COVID-19 pandemic had a dramatic impact on energy markets, with both primary energy and carbon emissions falling at their fastest rates since the Second World War.

Nevertheless, renewable energy continued to grow, with solar power recording its largest ever increase.

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