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According to the results of life-cycle analysis, energy consumption, C[O.sub.2] emissions, and production cost of one ton of combined aggregates (scenario 3) are 1.6 kilogram oil equivalent (kgoe), 2.85 C[O.sub.2] eq., and 1.17 USD, which are 30%, 36%, and 31% better than their respective values in scenario 1.
In comparison, the per capita energy consumption in the United Kingdom and the United States are 3,254 kgoe and 7,164 kgoe, respectively while on an average India consumes 566 kgoe per annum.
Between 1990 and 2008, energy consumption in the EU increased from 3,530 kilograms of oil equivalent (kgoe) per capita to 3,620 kgoe.
It is clear from Table 1 that India has uses highest per capita commercial energy (479.28 KGOE) and Bangladesh has the lowest (139.46 KGOE).
"There is very little to cut back," Gandhi said, pointing out that in 2005 India consumed 520 kgoe (kilogram of oil equivalent) per person, compared to the world average of 1,731 kgoe; the European average is 4,282 kgoe.
From the above table the energy per capita would increase from 526 KGOE to 1220 KGOE with normal population growth rate and to 2270 kilogram oil equivalent (KGOE) with controlled population growth rate by the year 2050.
Dubai: A UAE resident consumes 8,271 kilogrammes of oil equivalent energy (kgoe) per annum, much lower than some of its neighbours, such as Qatar which has a per capita energy consumption of 12,799 kgoe and 12,204 by the people of Kuwait.