Non-OECD Countries Consume 49% of World Energy
A new study released by the International Energy Agency (IEA) shows that non-OECDcountries are emerging as important energy markets. In its recently publishedWorld Energy Statistics and Balances 1985-88, the IEA says that during 1988,these countries consumed 48.9% of world energy requirements.
According to the IEA, total world energy consumption in 1988 reached 7,956million tons of oil equivalent (mtoe), 3.4%...
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