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    Energy Efficiency in the Transport Sector: Information ... Energy Efficiency in the Transport Sector: Information ... Document Transcript

    • A. Greenhouse gas emissions All sector, total GhG emissions a unit: thousand metric tons of CO2 equivalent per year (available – Thousand Metric Tons of CO2) Transport sector GhG emissions b unit: thousand metric tons of CO2 equivalent per year Road transport GhG emissions c unit: thousand metric tons of CO2 equivalent per year Road Transport GhG emissions as percent of All-sector c unit: percent a - KEY GHG DATA Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Data for 1990 – 2003 submitted to the UNFCCC (November 2005) b - National Emissions of CO2 from Transport (IEA), GEO-3 Data Compendium, http://geocompendium.grid.unep.ch/data_sets/atmosphere/data/emissions_co2_transport_iea.htm Note: clumped to GHG emissions for energy c - Data is missing / not identified B. Energy consumption All sector, total energy consumption a unit: million tonne oil equivalent per year (1 Mtoe = 41.868 PJ.) Transport sector energy consumption b unit: million tonne oil equivalent per year Transport sector energy consumption breakdown by fuel type b unit: million tonne oil equivalent per year Transport sector energy consumption as percent of All-sector b unit: percent a - BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2005 b - IEA-SMP C. Vehicle Population Personal Transport unit: Vehicles in use • 2-wheelers • 4-wheelers (cars, SUVs and pickups used as personal transport) Goods Vehicles unit: Vehicles in use • Local delivery (only if possible to breakout number) • Long distance Mass Transit unit: Vehicles in use • 3-wheelers (if not possible to breakout from 2 wheelers we will leave in personal transport and add a footnote) • taxis (if not possible to breakout from cars we will leave in personal transport and add a footnote) • urban buses • long distance buses Number of vehicles per 1000 people vis-à-vis GNI (PPP) unit: Vehicles in use per 1000 people • 2-wheelers • 4-wheelers Number of vehicles per 1000 people vis-à-vis GDP(PPP) unit: Vehicles in use per 1000 people • Goods vehicles • Mass Transit (separate 3-wheelers) Registered Vehicles Asia, compiled by CAI-Asia IRF World Road Statistics 2004, International Road Federation (IRF) Need more sources for 2- and 3-wheelers
    • D. Vehicle Sales Personal Transport unit: Vehicles sold or imported • 2-wheelers • cars, • SUVs Goods Vehicles unit: Vehicles sold or imported • Local delivery (only if possible to breakout number) • Long distance Mass Transit unit: Vehicles sold or imported • 3-wheelers (if not possible to breakout from 2 wheelers we will leave in personal transport and add a footnote) • urban buses • long distance buses IRF World Road Statistics 2004, International Road Federation (IRF) IEA-SMP (Regional) Need more sources for 2- and 3-wheelers E. Congestion Kilometers of road by road type unit: kms Number of vehicles per 1000 km of road unit: vehicles per 1000 km of road Average urban traffic speed (based on journey time) Km/h ARRIVE ALIVE ASEAN Commits to Cutting Road Deaths Association of Southeast Asian Nations Regional Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan (2005–2010) Asian Development Bank 2005 (ASEAN member countries only) – latest data available 2003 IRF World Road Statistics 2004, International Road Federation (IRF) ASEAN website (http://www.aseansec.org/7603.htm), 1996-1999 Note: Data for ARRIVE ALIVE and IRF do not tally Need more sources No forecast for these concepts F. Safety Deaths in road accidents unit: people Deaths per 1000 vehicles unit: people per 1000 vehicles Deaths per 1000 population unit: people per 1000 population Serious injuries in road accidents unit: people Serious injuries per 1000 vehicles unit: people per 1000 vehicles Serious injuries per 1000 population unit: people per 1000 population ARRIVE ALIVE ASEAN Commits to Cutting Road Deaths Association of Southeast Asian Nations Regional Road Safety Strategy and Action Plan (2005–2010) Asian Development Bank 2005 (ASEAN member countries only) – latest data available 2003 IRF World Road Statistics 2004, International Road Federation (IRF) No forecast for these concepts G. Vehicle Standards Existing and proposed new vehicle emissions and fuel economy standards by country by date of effectiveness Existing and proposed in-use vehicle emissions standards by country by date of effectiveness As compiled by CAI-Asia (see http://www.cleanairnet.org/caiasia/1412/article-58969.html) Note: To be updated and sent to government contacts and local network Need more sources for 2- and 3-wheelers No forecast for these concepts
    • H. In-use Vehicle emissions CO2 a unit: thousand metric tons per year NOx unit: thousand metric tons per year HC unit: thousand metric tons per year a Data Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries (1960-1999) and Non-OECD Countries (1971-1999) Years: 1960-1999, Copyright c 2001 Energy Statistics Division (ESD) of the International Energy Agency (IEA)Note: To check with the benchmarking report information Need more sources No forecast for these concepts I. Fuel Specifications Existing and proposed fuel standards by country by date of effectiveness (lead and sulfur) Existing and proposed bio-fuel standards by country by date of effectiveness As compiled by CAI-Asia IFQC Note: To be updated and sent to government contacts and local network Need more sources
    • J. Fuel Sales (or use) Gasoline consumption/sales unit: millions of litres • Leaded • Unleaded Diesel consumption for on-road transport unit: millions of litres • by level of sulfur in ppm CNG consumption for on-road transport (if available) unit: millions of gasoline equivalent litres LPG consumption for on-road transport (if available) unit: millions of gasoline equivalent litres Bio-fuel consumption for on-road transport (by type of fuel) unit: millions of gasoline equivalent litres IEA-SMP (Regional) BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2005 http://www.bp.com/liveassets/bp_internet/globalbp/globalbp_uk_english/publications/energy_reviews_2 005/STAGING/local_assets/downloads/spreadsheets/statistical_review_full_report_workbook_2005.xls