Facts and figures

April 2007
Energy (9781405318730);2007, p56
Book Chapter
Information on energy-related facts and figures from a section of the book "Energy" is presented. The world's leading coal exporter is Australia. It notes that a bus emits 10 times less carbon dioxide than a car on a short trip. The fastest-growing source of energy in the world is wind power. Almost a third of the world's oil supply comes from the Middle East, while Saudi Arabia supplies more oil than from any other country.


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