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Energy consumption across Russia 2018-2050, by fuel and scenario

Primary consumption of energy in Russia in 2018 with a forecast until 2050, by fuel and scenario*

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Source

Release date

September 2020

Region

Russia

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

* Forecast. The scenarios are defined as follows on page 12 of BP Energy Outlook - 2020 Edition:
"The Rapid Transition Scenario posts a series of policy measures, led by a significant increase in carbon prices and supported by more-targeted sector specific measures, which cause carbon emissions from energy use to fall by around 70% by 2050. This fall in emissions is in line with scenarios which are consistent with limiting the rise in global temperatures by 2100 to well below 2-degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels.
The Net Zero Scenario assumes that the policy measures embodied in Rapid are both added to and reinforced by significant shifts in societal behaviour and preferences, which further accelerate the reduction in carbon emissions. Global carbon emissions from energy use fall by over 95% by 2050, broadly in line with a range of scenarios which are consistent with limiting temperature rises to 1.5-degrees Celsius.
The Business-as-usual Scenario assumes that government policies, technologies and social preferences continue to evolve in a manner and speed seen over the recent past. A continuation of that progress, albeit relatively slow, means carbon emissions peak in the mid-2020s. Despite this peaking, little headway is made in terms of reducing carbon emissions from energy use, with emissions in 2050 less than 10% below 2018 levels."

** Does not include biomethane.
*** Include wind, solar, geothermal, biomass, biomethane and biofuels.

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