MTOE

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AcronymDefinition
MTOEModification Table of Organization and Equipment (US DoD)
MTOEMillion Tons of Oil Equivalent
MTOEModified Table Of Organization & Equipment
MTOEMy Take on Everything (blog)
MTOEMaintenance Training Organisation Exposition
MTOEMission Table of Organization and Equipment
MTOEMega Tonnes of Oil Equivalent
MTOEMalongo Terminal Oil Export
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If all sectors are able to shave off 182 million tons of oil equivalent (Mtoe) in energy savings through EE projects, purchases and investments made between 2017-2040 to meet DOE's 10 Mtoe/year target by 2040, then these sectors would have avoided over P36 trillion in energy purchases for electricity, fuel and other conventional sources.
The investment made compares to USD 28.48 billion investment by Indian companies overseas in the past 50 years, giving it about 10 million tons of oil equivalent, he explained.
The scheme seeks to avoid about 2.2 million tons of oil equivalent (MTOE) annually over its first cycle from 2012-15, compared with a (rapidly rising) baseline of 165 MTOE.
Global production of biofuel has been growing rapidly, tripling from about 18 billion litres (10 million tons of oil equivalents) in 2000 to about 60 billion litres (42 million tons of oil equivalent oil in 2008.
Minister of Electricity, Ahmad Qussai Kayali, said "energy demand in 2009 reached to 23 million tons of oil equivalent compared to 16 million tons in 2000 with an annual growth above 5%.He added that energy demand is expected to reach more than 65 million tons in 2030 where 25 million of which can be produced locally.
The report stated that Changqing Oilfield company's annual oil and gas production is presently 35 million tons of oil equivalent, and is likely to increase by 43 percent to 50 million tons per annum in 2015.
Regarding energy consumption, Pakistans final energy consumption of about 37.3 million tons of oil equivalent are met by mix of gas, oil, electricity, coal and LPG sources with the different levels of shares.
Regarding energy consumption, Pakistan's final energy consumption of about 37.3 million tons of oil equivalent are met by mix of gas, oil, electricity, coal and LPG sources with the different levels of shares.
4 percent annually and the demand for primary energy to reach about 15 million tons of oil equivalent in 2020 compared to 7.
The energy base of Uzbekistan has seen slow expansion from 45 million tons of oil equivalent (oe) per annum in 1985 to a government estimate of about 56m t/yoe for 2008, up from almost 55m t/yoe in 2006.
[GRAPHIC OMITTED] Composition of Total Primary Energy Supply, 2006 Nuclear 5% Hydro 6% Other (includes biomass and waste combustion, geothermal, and wind) 11% Natural Gas 21% Coal 25% Oil 32% Total=12.210 million tons of oil equivalent Source: BP, IEA, REN21, F.O.
The $185 million pipeline will increase Algeria's total liquid hydrocarbons transportation capacity to 120 million tons of oil equivalent annually.
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