US News natural gas remains the most important energy sources of the industry
Burkina Faso: The police disperse protesters in Ouagadougou
© AFP Photo / Sia Kambou seen from the city center of Ouagadougou, the capital of Burkina Faso. This is a very tense situation that reigns in the capital Burkinabè this Saturday, November 27. The security forces dispersed in the morning a group forbidden from protesters who demanded the resignation of President Roch Marc Christian Kaboré whom they deem "incapable" to stop the spiral of jihadist violence who regularly takes the country.
in the German industry remains natural gas by far the most important energy sources. As the Federal Statistical Office reported on Monday in Wiesbaden, natural gas had a share of 31 percent in the total energy consumption of the industry last year.
on electricity accounted for 21 percent. Mineral oils and mineral oil products and coal came to 16 percent each. In total, the industry spent 2020 3747 petajoule energy in Germany, 1.9 percent less than in the previous year. Twelve percent of them were not energetically used, but for the production, for example, chemical products, fertilizers or plastics. Most recently, the year 2009 with 3712 Petajoule had been undercut.
largest energy consumer was the chemical industry with a share of 29 percent. Metal generation and processing came to 22, coke production and mineral oil processing required 10 percent. In the chemical industry, however, more than one third of the energy sources was used as starting material for chemical products. Exclosed exclusively on energy use, metal production and processing with 24 percent had the highest share.
supplier: RWE provides gas storage in the Czech Republic for Sale .
The energy supplier wants to separate financial circles from the edge area. An evaluation of a three-digit million amount is expected. © DPA RWE can use the revenue from the sale for the planned investments in the new core business renewable energies. RWE prepares for sale of its gas storage business in the Czech Republic, according to financial circles, which is no longer considered core business.