Electric power sector - carbon dioxide emissions from petroleum

U.S. electric power sector carbon dioxide emissions from petroleum between 2009 and 2040 (in million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent)*

Electric power sector - carbon dioxide emissions from petroleum The statistic shows the U.S. electric power sector's carbon dioxide emissions from petroleum between 2009 and 2040. It is estimated that some 16 million metric tons of CO² equivalent will be produced by the use of petroleum in the U.S. electric power sector in 2015.
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U.S. electric power sector carbon dioxide emissions from petroleum between 2009 and 2040 (in million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent)*

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Emissions in million metric tons of CO2 equivalent
200934
201033
201127
201516
202013
202514
203014
203514
204014
Emissions in million metric tons of CO2 equivalent
200934
201033
201127
201516
202013
202514
203014
203514
204014
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The statistic shows the U.S. electric power sector's carbon dioxide emissions from petroleum between 2009 and 2040. It is estimated that some 16 million metric tons of CO² equivalent will be produced by the use of petroleum in the U.S. electric power sector in 2015.
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