新公布的基于卫星资料的测算结果显示,2018年全球天然气燃除量增至1450亿立方米,增幅达3%

Zubin Bamji |

Newly released estimates from satellite data show a 3% increase in global gas flaring globally in 2018 to 145 billion cubic meters (bcm).

Zubin Bamji |

Selon de nouvelles estimations reposant sur des données recueillies par satellite, le torchage a augmenté de 3 % en 2018, à 145 milliards de mètres cubes.

Zubin Bamji |

La quema mundial de gas se incrementó un 3 % en 2018 y alcanzó los 145 000 millones de metros cúbicos

Zubin Bamji |

إحراق الغاز هو التخلص من الغاز الطبيعي المصاحب لاستخراج النفط بالحرق. هذه العادة التي تمارس منذ 160 عاما تساهم في تغير المناخ، وفي إطلاق أكثر من 350 مليون طن سنويا من معادل انبعاثات غاز ثاني أكسيد…

زوبين بامجي |

Although they are facing many similar challenges, the transport and energy sectors seem to be working in parallel tracks. If we want to find credible solutions to the climate challenge, it is…

Nancy Vandycke |

Aerial view of construction at a large scale mine. © Bannafarsai/shutterstock The shift to a low-carbon future that includes clean technology such as solar panels, wind turbines, electric vehicles…

Kirsten Hund, Erik Reed |

This blog is the third in a series of nine blogs on commodity market developments, elaborating on themes discussed in April 2019 edition of the World Bank’s Commodity Markets Outlook.   Natural…

Peter Nagle |

Traditional Charcoal Stoves in Haiti/ World Bank [[tweetable]]Across the world, over 3 billion people cook with solid biomass over traditional stoves resulting in negative impacts on health and…

Katie Kennedy Freeman |

2018 continued to see major shifts in global energy markets and extractive industries, which were reflected in the work done by the World Bank in developing and middle-income countries. From…

Aarthi Sivaraman |