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Tracking Industrial Energy Efficiency and CO2 Emissions

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ISBN 10: 9264030166 / ISBN 13: 9789264030169
Published by oecd publishing, 2007
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Title: Tracking Industrial Energy Efficiency and ...

Publisher: oecd publishing

Publication Date: 2007

Book Condition: Good

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Tracking Industrial Energy Efficiency and CO 2 Emissions responds to a G8 request. This major new analysis shows how industrial energy efficiency has improved dramatically over the last 25 years. Yet important opportunities for additional gains remain, which is evident when the efficiencies of different countries are compared. This analysis identifies the leaders and the laggards. It explains clearly a complex issue for non-experts. With new statistics, groundbreaking methodologies, thorough analysis and advice, and substantial industry consultation, this publication equips decision makers in the public and private sectors with the essential information that is needed to reshape energy use in manufacturing in a more sustainable manner.Table of Content : Foreword Acknowledgements Executive Summary Chapter 1. Introduction -Scope of Indicator Analysis -Energy and CO2 Saving Potentials -Next Steps Chapter 2. Manufacturing Industry Energy Use and CO2 Emissions Chapter 3. General Industry Indicators Issues -Energy Indicators Based on Economic and Physical Ratios -Practical Application of Energy and CO2 Emission Indicators -International Initiatives: Sectoral Approaches to Developing Indicators Chapter 4. Chemical and Petrochemical Industry -Introduction -Global Importance and Energy Use -Petrochemicals Production -Inorganic Chemicals Production -Ammonia Production -Combined Heat and Power -Plastics Recovery Operations -Energy and CO2 Emission Indicators for the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry -Energy Efficiency Potential Chapter 5. Iron and Steel Industry -Introduction -Global Importance and Energy Use -Indicator Issues -Energy Indicators -Coke Ovens -Iron Ore Agglomeration -Blast Furnaces -Basic Oxygen Furnaces -Electric Arc Furnaces -Cast Iron Production -Direct Reduced Iron Production -Steel Finishing -Energy Efficiency and CO2 Reduction Potentials Chapter 6. Non-Metallic Minerals -Introduction -Cement -Lime -Glass -Ceramic Products Chapter 7. Pulp, Paper, and Printing Industry -Global Importance and Energy Use -Methodological and Data Issues -Pulp and Paper Production and Demand Drivers -Energy Use in the Pulp and Paper Industry -Energy Indicators -Combined Heat and Power in the Pulp and Paper Industry -Paper Recycling and Recovered Paper Use -Use of Technology to Increase Energy Efficiency and Reduce CO2 Emissions -Differences in Energy Intensity and CO2 Emissions across Countries -Energy Efficiency Potentials Chapter 8. Non-Ferrous Metals -Introduction -Global Importance and Energy Use -Aluminium Production -Copper Production -Energy Efficiency and CO2 Reduction Potentials Chapter 9. System Optimisation -Introduction -Industrial Systems -Combined Heat and Power Chapter 10. Life Cycle Improvement Options -Introduction -Indicator Issues -Trends in the Efficiency of Materials and Product Use -Recycling and Reuse -Energy Recovery Annex A. Process Integration Annex B. Industry Benchmark Initiatives Annex C. Definitions, Acronyms and Units Anenx D. References

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