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By 2030, our world will need more energy than it does nowa lot more. Populations will expand, economies will grow and living standards will rise. Hundreds of millions of people will gain access to basic energy supplies that many take for granted. This economic growth will require energy. Even assuming significant improvements in energy efficiency, global energy demand in 2030 will be about 40 percent higher than in 2005. Its an increase in total energy equivalent to more than 90 million barrels of oil a dayan addition more than double the current energy consumption of China. How will we meet this demand safety, reliably and affordably, while also minimizing our impact on the environment? ExxonMobils Energy Outlook to 2030 looks at this and other challenging questions. This outlook, developed each year and available on our web site, focuses on long-term energy trends. Key findings include: The vast majority of the energy-demand increase will take place in developing countries. Especially in the Asia-Pacific region with its large populations and growing economies. The large energy-demand sector today, and the greatest anticipated volume growth through 2030, is power generation. The fastest-growing sector, and the one most important to oil demand, is transportation. Nuclear and renewable sources of energy will grow rapidly, but oil, gas and coal will continue to meet the majority about 80 percent of global energy needs for the foreseeable future. Energy-related carbon-dioxide (CO2) emissions are expected to rise on average about 1.2 percent a year, a total increase of about one-third by 2030. Options for mitigating this expected rise in CO2 emissions include a more significant expansion of nuclear power and step changes in energy efficiency. Our Energy Outlook to 2030 looks at several possible alternatives, each of which illustrates the challengesand the practical realitiesthe world faces in reducing emissions. We hope our Energy Outlook to 2030 will enhance understanding of our global energy future. Because fueling our growing world through 2030 will require not only a lot of energy, but also a lot of thoughtful actions by governments, businesses and individuals. To download a copy of Energy Outlook to 2030, go to

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