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Impact of energy costs on the transport sector in Latin America
by Inter-American Development Bank, Economic and Social Development Dept., Technical Cooperation Division II, Industrial Economics and Infrastructure Section in [Washington]
Written in English
|Other titles||Impact of energy costs on transportation in Latin America.|
|Statement||sponsored by the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation of Colombia and the Inter-American Development Bank.|
|Contributions||Colombia. Ministerio de Obras Públicas y Transporte., Inter-American Development Bank.|
|LC Classifications||HE215.5.A2 I56 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 405 p. :|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||83189959|
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The transportation sector is the largest consumer of energy in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) with 36% of its total energy consumption. This is also true for the United States (42% of its total) but it is not the case in India, where the largest consumers are residences of all sorts with 36%, or in China, where industry consumes 44% of.
Further, delays in customs clearance throughout the region have the effect of increasing transport costs by an additional 4% to 12%. The impact of logistics costs on the wider economy through productivity, food prices, trade and poverty is therefore not an insignificant one.
Almost two-thirds of global transport energy was used by passenger transport vehicles , with the US figure being about 73% . BP  anticipates that oil will still supply 88% of global. Transportation sector energy consumption. Non-OECD transportation sector energy consumption.
Virtually all (94%) of the projected growth in world transportation energy use occurs in the developing non-OECD economies, where strong economic growth leads to rising standards of living that translate to demand for personal travel and freight transport.
A new dataset compiled for this paper suggests that energy subsidies in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) amounted to about percent of GDP, on average, in –13, with fuel subsidies representing about 1 percent of GDP, and those for electricity about to transforming the energy sector.
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Energy efficiency progress (Figure 1) is measured from the ODEX indicator. This index aggregates the unit consumption trends for each transport mode in a single indicator for the whole sector.
It is calculated at the level of 8 modes or vehicle types: cars, trucks, light vehicles, motorcycles, buses, total air transport, rail, and water transport. For cars, energy efficiency is. Section outlines energy use for U.S. transportation overall.
Passenger and freight transport are covered in Sections andrespectively. Section briefly discusses the effects of alternative fuels on the efficiency of highway vehicles. Much of the discussion in this chapter is “vehicle-centric” in the sense that it focuses on.
Energy consumption does not only vary by equipment type but also has a temporal dimension. Therefore the breakdown for different periods of time is a relevant factor in the measuring of energy consumption. The analysis of energy consumption requires to also understand the periodicities of demand to evaluate the impact of demand peaks.
A scenario with higher oil prices has important implications for diverting from oil-based technologies to renewables, as well as gas, coal, and nuclear alternatives. Byenergy demand in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is expected to double from levels.
The dominant energy source in the transport sector is liquid fuels (diesel and gasoline) for which relative costs are less important than changes in price through time. Let’s therefore focus on the relative costs of energy sources in the electricity sector.
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This comprehensive study identifies the concepts that are central to assessing the effect of infrastructure reform on the poor, based on a detailed analysis of the effects of a decade of reforms in Latin by: The energy efficiency in transport is the useful travelled distance, of passengers, goods or any type of load; divided by the total energy put into the transport propulsion means.
The energy input might be rendered in several different types depending on the type of propulsion, and normally such energy is presented in liquid fuels, electrical energy or food energy.