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1868 Meiji Restoration
1895 Japan Defeated China
1880 85% Wood, Charcoal, 14% Coal, 1% Oil
1901 39% Wood, Charcoal, 57% Coal
1917 77% Coal (Coal Peak)
1940 66% Coal, 10% Biomas, 16% Hydro
1961 41% Oil, 39% Coal (Domestic Coal Production of 55 Mt)

Rise of LNG and decline of Oil
Imported LNG (from 6% in 1980, 14% in 2000 and 17% in 2008)
Oil Consumption (66% in 1980, 49% in 2000, 44% in 2008)

Image source, 2, (Vaclav Smil, Energy Transitions: History, Requirements, Prospects)

Written by Anjar Priandoyo

April 19, 2016 pada 1:15 pm

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