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United Kingdom energy markets outlook 2013 - overview

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Report summary

In 2011, total primary energy demand declined by 6% as lower Eurozone trade, contraction in the petrochemical sector, and low consumer sentiment impacted consumption. Industrial demand will be lower than pre-recession highs over the forecast, while the rise in the service/commercial sector has seen gas and electricity demand increase.

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This report includes 22 images and tables including:

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  • Location map
  • GDP by sector (2010)
  • GDP and industrial production forecast (2000 to 2030)
  • Population by age cohort (2000-2030)
  • Demand by sector (2000-2030)
  • Demand by fuel (2000-2030)
  • Electricity intensity comparison (2000-2030)
  • End-use intensity comparison (2000-2030)
  • CO2 emissions & ETS NAP CAP (2005-2012)
  • Industrial energy mix (2000-2030)
  • Demand: Image 6
  • RCA sub-sectors (2010)
  • Residential, commercial and agricultural fuel mix (2000-2030)

Tables

  • Key facts (2000-2030)
  • Economic indicators (2000-2030)
  • Short-term economic indicators (2008-2015)
  • Total primary energy demand (2000-2030)
  • Energy demand for industry and non-energy use (2000-2030)
  • Transport sector energy demand (2000-2030)
  • Energy demand in the residential/commercial sector (2000-2030)
  • Major energy policies
  • Major energy legislation

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