This roadmap provides a quantitative assessment of the main catalytic processes in the chemical sector and their impact on the top (i.e. largest volume) 18 chemical products. It also describes some impacts on other catalytic processes using rough estimates based on publicly available information.

India has electrified an annual average of 24 million people & provided 20 million a year with access to modern cooking since 1990 according to this IEA-led report that outlines challenges ahead as countries try to meet objectives of SE4ALL initiative.

The G-20 has committed itself to rationalize and eliminate inefficient fossil-fuel subsidies, with targeted subsidies for the poorest. The analytical basis, and measures, could be improved. This Note, in that context, asks three questions---rationale for the proposal, measuring the „subsidy‟, and addressing energy poverty---and some evidence.

The report starts with overview of global petrochemical sector & comprehensive analysis of Indian petrochemical sector. Next, the report discusses various global benchmarking practices in detail with the pros and cons of each method, identifying the two most relevant methods for establishing baseline for petrochemical sector i.e.

UNEP Risø Centre, the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) and the OECD have released a report titled 'National Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Baseline Scenarios: Learning from Experiences of Developing Countries.' The report intends to increase transparency and contribute to the understanding of pledges presented by UNFCCC parties with the ultimate obje

Energy‐intensive industries account for a significant part of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Industrial sectors such as cement, iron and steel, chemicals and refining represent one‐fifth of total global CO2 emissions, and the amount of CO2 they produce is likely to grow over the coming decades.

Against a backdrop of increasing emission of greenhouse gases (GHGs) that are responsible for global climate change, the South Asia developing member countries (DMCs) of the Asian Development Bank have been witnessing a steady rise in fossil fuels and energy consumption and demand, keeping pace with their economic growth.

The outlook highlights the growing role of developing economies in global energy consumption, and the increasing share of non-fossil fuels in global energy supply.

India, recognising the challenge of pursuing rapid economic growth in a sustainable manner, has developed an energy efficiency scheme to govern large energy consumers. Energy efficiency measures can support India's development priorities while yielding climate co-benefits.

Updated each year, the Outlook analyzes the trends that will shape global energy supply and demand over the coming decades. This year's report reveals a number of key findings about how we use energy, how much we will need in the future and what types of fuels will meet demand.