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Remaining Fossil Fuels

STOCK CHECK data visualization on the Earth's non-renewable resources OIL O NATURAL GAS COAL Years remaining vs. world average life expectancy* *67.2 years (1] [2] 43 64 (126) 1999-2009: How much did we use (worldwide)? 3500 M- barels r cubic meters 15000 Mr toe (tones of oil equivalent) 2500000 M 1999-2009: Mean annual consumption growth % 1.07 2.41 3.87 Areas with related conflicts or controversy Akeyword [4] Tar Sand Corrib Gas Gazpron Lebanon-israel & Cyprus Gas Gulf oil Spill Persian Gul South China Sea Burna Pipelines Re-Nationalization Adar o11field Niger Delta Bolivian Gas Conflict Data (1) CIA - The World Factbook- Rank Order - Life expectancy at birth 2010 est. [2] At 2009 consumption levels, assuming no new reserves discovered and demand static. When assuming current production trends continue, cakulating using formula T=In["n+1)/rwhere Tis time, ris growth rate and n is reserves/production, and rounding to nearest year, we get 36, 39, and 46 years. You didn't prefer to see *that", did you? [3] Other data from http://bitly/stockcheck2 including BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2010 globalbp_uk_english/reports_and_publications/statistical_energy_review_2008/STAGING/local_assets/2010_downloads/ statistical_review_of_world_energy_full_report_2010.pdf [4] News, mainly. Try these keywords in your favourite search engine and find out what it's all about. Made for the first visualization challenge of Information is Beautiful, by @ekapros Evangelos Kapros, September-October 2011, not for commercial use.

Remaining Fossil Fuels

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How much oil, gas, coal is there? What regions are affected by related conflicts?


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