DUBLIN, October 22, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global Energy Consumption Industry Guide - Summary, Competitive Analysis and Forecast to 2025" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The Global Energy Consumption industry profile provides top-line qualitative and quantitative summary information including: Sector size (value and volume 2016-20, and forecast to 2025). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the Sector.
The energy consumption sector is defined as the energy consumption by industry, transport, residential, commercial, agricultural, and fishing consumers and markets. Volume is defined as consumption of millions of tonnes of oil equivalent of coal & coal gases (including coal and peat), oil & oil products (including crude oil), natural gas, nuclear, and renewable energy (including hydro, geothermal, solar and biofuel). Value refers to the sum of segments values, as the product of volume and average prices for each type of energy (renewable and nuclear prices estimated from average electricity retailing prices. All market data and forecasts are represented in nominal terms (i.e. without adjustment for inflation) and all currency conversions used in the creation of this report have been calculated using constant 2020 annual average exchange rates.
The length of the pandemic and restrictions introduced by various countries are still difficult to predict, though many governments had introduced the national lockdowns and temporarily banned sales of products and services that are deemed "non essential". As the length of the pandemic and its impact on this market is not certain, the data used in this report has been modelled on the assumption of a crisis scenario and has taken into consideration forecast impacts on national economics.
The global energy consumption sector had total revenues of $4,479.5bn in 2020, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.9% between 2016 and 2020.
Sector consumption volume increased with a CAGR of 0.5% between 2016 and 2020, to reach a total of 11,909.5 mtoe in 2020.
The value of the global energy consumption sector declined by 12% in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which reduced energy demand.
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Key Topics Covered:
1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3 Global Energy Consumption
3.1. Market Overview
3.2. Market Data
3.3. Market Segmentation
3.4. Market outlook
3.5. Five forces analysis
3.6. Macroeconomic Indicators
4 Energy Consumption in Asia-Pacific
5 Energy Consumption in Europe
6 Energy Consumption in France
7 Energy Consumption in Germany
8 Energy Consumption in Italy
9 Energy Consumption in Japan
10 Energy Consumption in Australia
11 Energy Consumption in Canada
12 Energy Consumption in China
13 Energy Consumption in The Netherlands
14 Energy Consumption in Spain
15 Energy Consumption in The United Kingdom
16 Energy Consumption in The United States
17 Company Profiles
17.1. Royal Dutch Shell plc
17.2. Exxon Mobil Corporation
17.3. China Petroleum & Chemical Corp
17.4. Indian Oil Corporation Limited
17.5. ENEOS Holdings Inc.
17.6. OAO Gazprom
17.7. Total S.E.
17.8. Electricite de France SA
17.9. Engie SA
17.10. E.ON SE
17.11. RWE AG
17.12. EnBW Energie Baden-Wuerttenberg AG
17.13. Vattenfall AB.
17.14. Eni S.p.A
17.15. Edison S.p.A.
17.16. The Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings., Incorporated
17.17. Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.
17.18. GS Caltex Corp
17.19. Origin Energy Limited
17.21. AGL Energy Limited
17.22. Suncor Energy Inc.
17.23. Husky Energy Inc
17.24. Imperial Oil Limited
17.25. PetroChina Company Limited
17.26. China Shenhua Energy Co Ltd
17.27. China National Petroleum Corporation
17.28. Equinor ASA.
17.29. Iberdrola, S.A.
17.30. Enel SpA
17.31. Naturgy Energy Group SA
17.32. BP Plc
17.33. Centrica plc
17.34. EDF Energy Holdings Ltd
17.35. SSE Plc.
17.36. Southern Company Gas
17.37. Duke Energy Corporation
17.38. NextEra Energy, Inc.
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