In the 2004 edition of its "Annual Energy Outlook" (AEO), EIA projected liquid fuels consumption in the transport sector would hit 37 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) by 2020, equivalent to about 19.
What does QBTU stand for?
QBTU stands for Quadrillion British Thermal Units
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7 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) by 2020, up from 237.
SBI Energy predicts global energy consumption will increase by 19% from 462 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu) in 2005 to over 551 quadrillion Btu in 2015.
5% of the 4,500 quadrillion British thermal units (BTUs) of energy that could be generated there would meet total 2006 U.
According to the Department of Energy's own estimates, the efficiency standards covered by this agreement will reduce energy use by as much as 35 quadrillion British thermal units (BTUs) over a 30-year period.
73 quadrillion British thermal units annually, according to the U.
4 quadrillion British Thermal Units (BTU) by 2020, as countries strive to meet escalating demand for electricity, fuelled by booming populations, industrial development and stricter environmental regulations.
In 2000, three countries--the United States, China, and Russia--were the largest energy users with combined total consumption of 164 quadrillion British thermal units (Btu), or 41 percent of the global tally, about the same as the previous year.