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Define (background) 'Energy'
is what 'fuels' everything. Today, most comes from fossil fuels and much is consumed in the form of electricity.
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Define 'Energy Security'
the extent to which a country can achieve an affordable, reliable and stable energy supply. It is the ability to meet all the nations energy needs regardless of any events that might threaten that ability.
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Define 'Energy Mix'
refers to the different sources of energy that a country uses in meeting its energy demand.
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How much of the global energy supply comes in the form of coal?
25%
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How much of the global energy supply comes in the form of crude oil?
37%
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How much of the world's crude oil supply passes through the Straits of Hormuz at the entrance to the Persian Gulf?
30%
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State China's 1997 and 2007 energy consumption in million tonnes oil equivalent
961.4 in 1997, 1863.4 in 2007
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the extent to which a country can achieve an affordable, reliable and stable energy supply. It is the ability to meet all the nations energy needs regardless of any events that might threaten that ability.

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How much of the global energy supply comes in the form of coal?

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