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Global coal consumption is likely to reach 4.32 billion tonnes of oil equivalent (btoe) by 2017, compared with 4.4 btoe for oil, although the pace of growth is likely to be slower than over the past decade, the IEA forecast.
The current global energy consumption of about 11 billion tons oil equivalent (BTOE) in 2004 consists of about 80 percent fossil fuels (oil 35 percent, gas 21 percent and coal 23 percent), about ten percent biomass and five percent each hydropower and nuclear energy.
Just to recap on my last two columns, between 2016 and 2040, global primary energy demand would grow from about 13.8- to 17.6 billion tonnes of oil equivalent (btoe), gas demand from about 3 to 4.4-btoe and oil from 95.5- to 109 million barrels a day (mbd) in the New Policies Senario (NPS).