World Energy Council (WEC)

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World Energy Council (WEC)

The World Energy Council (WEC) is the foremost multi-energy organization in the world.  WEC has Member Committees in nearly 100 countries, including most of the largest energy-producing and energy consuming countries. Established in 1923; the organization provides data on all types of energy, including coal, oil, natural gas, nuclear, hydro, and renewables. The World Energy Council is perhaps the only source of extensive analyses of ultimate resources for fossil fuels, which it provides by country in a publication called the Survey of Energy Resources.   The publication details 16 key energy resources with data provided by 96 WEC Member Committees worldwide.  See http://www.worldenergy.org/default.asp

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Table Group Definition Source Last IFs Update UsedInPreprocessor Years
SeriesEnReserCoal Energy, Infrastructure Energy reserves, coal WEC
No
SeriesEnReserGas Energy, Infrastructure Energy reserves, gas WEC; Oil and Gas Journal; 1960 estimated 02/25/2012 Yes
SeriesEnReserOil Energy, Infrastructure Energy reserve, oil, in billion barrels WEC; Oil and Gas Journal; 1960 estimated 02/25/2012 Yes
SeriesEnResorCoal Energy, Infrastructure Energy resources, coal WEC
No
SeriesEnResorGas Energy, Infrastructure Energy resources, gas WEC
No
SeriesEnResorOil Energy, Infrastructure Energy resources, oil WEC
No
SeriesEnResorSynthetic Energy, Infrastructure Energy resources, synthetic fuels (oil shale, tar sands) WEC
No