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[[File:GlobalGasProduction.jpg|frame|text-bottom|445x222px|Figure 4: Global gas production in the old Base Case (7.21) and the new Base Case (with 2013 BGR data).]]The largest increases in absolute terms occur in Algeria (red) and USA (brown plus-signs). The largest decrease occurs in Norway (yellow) and Mexico (teal).
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[[File:GlobalGasProduction.jpg|frame|text-bottom|445x222px|Figure 4: Global gas production in the old Base Case (7.21) and the new Base Case (with 2013 BGR data).]]The largest increases in absolute terms occur in Algeria (red) and USA (brown plus-signs). The largest decrease occurs in Norway (yellow) and Mexico (teal) (Figure 5).
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Algerian gas resources increased from 17,818 BCM in 2011 to 31,224 in 2012 (no change from 2012 to 2013).  
  
 
[[File:GasProductionByCountry.jpg|frame|text-bottom|445x222px|Figure 5: Gas production changes by country (cumulative) from the old Base Case (7.21) and the new Base Case.]]
 
[[File:GasProductionByCountry.jpg|frame|text-bottom|445x222px|Figure 5: Gas production changes by country (cumulative) from the old Base Case (7.21) and the new Base Case.]]

Revision as of 18:55, 1 May 2016

New data

  • Education - Attainment - UNHDRO - 3 series nonpreprocessor, pulled by Joel, vetted by Brandon
SeriesEdYearsAge25UNHDRO
SeriesEDYearsFemaleAge25UNHDRO
SeriesEDYearsMaleAge25UNHDRO
  • Education - Expected years of schooling - UIS - 2 new series (male and female disaggregated), non preprocessor - pulled by Brandon, vetted by Kristen
SeriesEdExpectedYearsofSchoolingFemale
SeriesEdExpectedYearsofSchoolingMale
  • Education - Vocation - UIS - 6 series, non preprocessor - pulled by Brandon, vetted by Andrew
SeriesEdSecLowerVoc%AllFemale
SeriesEdSecLowerVoc%AllMale
SeriesEdSecLowerVoc%AllTotal
SeriesEdSecUpperVoc%AllFemale
SeriesEdSecUpperVoc%AllMale
SeriesEdSecUpperVoc%AllTotal
  • SocioPol - Global Gender Gap - WEF - 1 series, nonpreprocessor - pulled by Joel, vetted by Brandon
    • Changed "notes" from "BV; GE,JM" to "JM;BV"
SeriesGlobalGenderGap
  • Economy - Govt Outlays - OECD - 1 series, preprocessor - pulled by Joel vetted by Kristen
    • Changed notes to "JM;KK"
SeriesGovTotalOutlays%GDP
  • SocioPol - HDR - 4 series, nonpreprocessor - pulled by Joel, vetted by Andrew
    • Changed "notes" to "JS;AS"
SeriesGenIneqInd
SeriesHDI
SeriesHDIIneqAdj
SeriesPovMulDim
  • SocioPol - Doing_Business - World Bank - 24 series, nonpreprcoessor - pulled by Kristen, vetted by Nenani
SeriesGovWBDoingBusConstructionPermitDays
SeriesGovWBDoingBusConstructionPermitProcedures
SeriesGovWBDoingBusContainerExportCostUSD
SeriesGovWBDoingBusContainerImportCostUSD
SeriesGovWBDoingBusContractEnforceDays
SeriesGovWBDoingBusCostClose
SeriesGovWBDoingBusCreditTransparency
SeriesGovWBDoingBusDirectorLiability
SeriesGovWBDoingBusDisclosureIndex
SeriesGovWBDoingBusExportDocumentationNeeded
SeriesGovWBDoingBusImportDays
SeriesGovWBDoingBusImportDocumentationNeeded
SeriesGovWBDoingBusinessCostofStarting
SeriesGovWBDoingBusinessProcedures
SeriesGovWBDoingBusinessPropRegDays
SeriesGovWBDoingBusinessRanking
SeriesGovWBDoingBusinessStartDays
SeriesGovWBDoingBusInvestorProtection
SeriesGovWBDoingBusLegalRightsStrengthIndex
SeriesGovWBDoingBusPropertyProceduresRequired
SeriesGovWBDoingBusShareholderSuits
SeriesGovWBDoingBusTaxHoursperPerson
SeriesGovWBDoingBusTimeClose
SeriesGovWBDoingBusTotalTaxRate
  • Energy - reserves and resources - BGR - 17 series, (some) preprocessor - pulled by Brandon, vetted by Kristen
    • From Steve: Changed "notes" column to include "BV" and "KK" because Brandon pulled and Kristen vetted.
    • From Steve: Changed "Source" column for all from
      • "BGR; "Reserves, Resources and Availability of Energy Resources 2012"
        Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR) in Hannover; Annual Report. Reserves, Resources and Availability of Energy Resources 2012" to
      • "BGR; "Reserves, Resources and Availability of Energy Resources 2014"
        Bundesanstalt für Geowissenschaften und Rohstoffe (BGR) in Hannover; Annual Report. Reserves, Resources and Availability of Energy Resources 2012,2013,2014"
SeriesEnCumProdGasBGR
SeriesEnCumProdOilBGR
SeriesEnReserCBMBGR
SeriesEnReserGasBGR
SeriesEnReserHeavyOilBGR
SeriesEnReserOilBGR
SeriesEnReserOilSandsBGR
SeriesEnReserShaleGasBGR
SeriesEnReserShaleOilBGR
SeriesEnResorCBMBGR
SeriesEnResorGasBGR
SeriesEnResorHeavyOilBGR
SeriesEnResorOilBGR
SeriesEnResorOilSandsBGR
SeriesEnResorShaleGasBGR
SeriesEnResorShaleOilBGR
SeriesEnResorTightGasBGR
  • Water - Irrigation - MY_GEO_HUB  - 1 series, non-preprocessor (yet), pulled by Joel, vetted by Brandon
    • There was a space in "Series LandIrAreaEquipSiebert" - removed space
    • Added "MY GEO HUB" to the source definition
    • Changed notes from "BV;JM" to "JM;BV"
    • Changed aggregation rule from "None" to "Sum"
SeriesLandIrAreaEquipSiebert
  • SocioPol - WGI - 6 series, Pulled by Kanishka, vetted by Kristen
SeriesGovernanceEffect
SeriesGovernanceRegQual
SeriesGovWBGovMatCorrupt
SeriesGovWBGovMatPolStab
SeriesGovWBGovMatRuleLaw
SeriesGovWBGovMatVoiceAcct

Affected modules

Energy

We updated oil, gas, and coal resources and reserves using the 2014 report from BGR.

Oil

Largest percentage increases in oil production in Mongolia, Pakistan, and Niger (Figure 1).
Figure 1: Increases in oil production (new Base Case over old (7.21) Base Case). Mongolia (green), Pakistan (red) and Niger (blue).

Mongolian oil resources increased from 52 Mt in 2011 to 1,048 in 2012. Mongolian oil reserves increased from 2 Mt in 2011 to 35 in 2012.

Pakistan oil resources increased from 188 Mt in 2011 to 1,422 in 2012. Pakistan's oil reserves increased from 34 Mt in 2012 to 47 in 2013.

Niger's oil resources increased from 30 Mt in 2012 to 50 Mt in 2013. Niger's oil reserves increased from 0 in 2011 to 20 Mt in 2013.

Global oil production decreases only slightly (Figure 2).
Figure 2: Global oil production in Base Case (7.21) and new Base Case.
Figure 3: Changes in oil production (BBOE) by country, cumulative. The largest increase is in the US (green), followed by Pakistan (grey), and Russia (pink). The largest decrease is in China (brown).
In absolute terms, the largest increases occur in the US, Pakistan, and Russia (Figure 3). The largest decrease is in China.

Oil resources in the US increased from 24,116 Mt in 2011 to 29,321 in 2012 and then to 30,826 in 2012. Oil reserves in the US increased from 4,463 Mt in 2011 to 4,764 in 2012 and 6,274 in 2013. As stated above, Pakistan's oil resources and reserves have increased since 2011.

Russian oil resources increased from 38,948 Mt in 2011 to 46,669 in 2012 and then to 47,458 Mt in 2013. Likewise, Russian oil reserves increased from 11,868 Mt in 2012 to 12,657 in 2013.

China's oil resources were decreased from 59,146 Mt in 2011 to 23,083 Mt in 2012. This doesn't impact overall energy production for China all that much because over 80% of China's primary energy production is from coal and they have nearly 5.5 milliont Mt of hard coal resources.

Gas

The largest proportional increase is ibbn South Sudan. This is because we have estimated a value for South Sudan using the data point for "Sudan and South Sudan" in the BGR report and then disaggregating based on land area. See the BGR data page for more details on this methodology.

Global gas production increases after adding the new data (Figure 4).


Figure 4: Global gas production in the old Base Case (7.21) and the new Base Case (with 2013 BGR data).
The largest increases in absolute terms occur in Algeria (red) and USA (brown plus-signs). The largest decrease occurs in Norway (yellow) and Mexico (teal) (Figure 5).

Algerian gas resources increased from 17,818 BCM in 2011 to 31,224 in 2012 (no change from 2012 to 2013).

Figure 5: Gas production changes by country (cumulative) from the old Base Case (7.21) and the new Base Case.

Bugs and issues

Notes