Energy demand in non-OECD countries was almost equal to that of OECD countries in 1989. By 2005, it is expected that non-OECD countries will account for more than half of global energy demand and will also have increased their majority share of global energy production. This book examines recent developments in energy demand and supply in non-OECD countries and outlines International Energy Agency projections for these regions to 2005. It considers the implications of these developments for the way in which OECD countries can meet their energy security and environmental objectives, while stressing their interdependence with non-OECD countries striving towards the same objectives.
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