BP review reflects economic growth
2001-06 economic growth strongest since mid-1960s; company’s annual statistics show strong energy consumption in oil, gas, coal
Economic growth, energy consumption and energy prices have all been strong over the last five years, with global 2001-06 economic growth averaging just more than 4 percent.
Economic growth during those five years was “the strongest five-year chunk of economic growth the world has seen since the mid....
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Biggest growth in coal
Gas production changing
Oil changing, too
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