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bp Statistical Review shows 4.5% drop in primary energy consumption in 2020; mainly driven by oil

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bp released the 70 th annual edition of the bp Statistical Review of World Energy ; the data collected in this year’s edition includes energy data for 2020. The Review captures the significant impact the global pandemic had on energy markets and how it may shape future global energy trends.

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New EV charging statistics reveal record rate of charge point installation in 2023

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Other pieces of the puzzle, […] The post New EV charging statistics reveal record rate of charge point installation in 2023 appeared first on Electric Cars Report.

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The New bp Statistical Review of World Energy — What Does It Mean?

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The bp Statistical Review of World Energy is a venerable survey of the world’s energy production and consumption — the oil giant has been publishing it yearly since 1952. It’s an extremely detailed report — it lists the amounts of energy generated and consumed, as well as the means of generation, for just about every country […].

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More than half of all daily trips in US were less than three miles in 2021

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A research study for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics focused on the number of daily trips taken in the United States. Source: Estimated for the Bureau of Transportation Statistics by the Maryland Transportation Institute and Center for Advanced Transportation Technology Laboratory at the University of Maryland.

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UC Riverside study finds emissions benefits for E15 blend in California

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In a paper published in the journal Fuel , the team reported: No statistically significant fuel effect on nitrogen oxide (NO x ) emissions for E15. Total hydrocarbons (THC), non-methane hydrocarbons (NMHC), and carbon monoxide (CO) showed either marginally or statistically significant reductions for E15.

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DOE: In 2021, 87% of US truck freight tonnage was shipped less than 250 miles

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Source: US Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics and Federal Highway Administration, Freight Analysis Framework Version 5.5, Resources Contains only shipments associated with domestic freight moved between domestic origins and domestic destinations. Data Tabulation Tool.

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Statistically, Tesla Car Fires Are Less And Less Frequent

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The company reports that fire incidents are 11x lower for Tesla vehicles than the average vehicle in the US.

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