燃料-棕櫚殼Providing Bio Energy Fuel
Providing Bio Energy Fuel
Fluctuations in global oil prices have always been in the focus of economic. In 2010, oil prices 27 dollars per barrel rose to 137 dollars per barrel. In July 2014, oil prices averaged 100 dollars per barrel. In recent years, oil prices are always soaring in the global market. In many factories and enterprises, material costs continue to increase. It will be decrease the profit.
As the prices of oil continue to soar, there is a need to find an alternative and affordable energy. Besides, It has become the potential risk to environment protection. It is clear that our energy future is moving away from a dependence on fossil fuel energy such as oil and gas, towards renewable sources of energy.
Renewable sources of energy is a new national energy development project, and it has a low carbon, energy saving, environmental protection and the advantage of reusing. So why don’t we choose it?
Our country’s energy dependence on imports
Since 1990, our country greenhouse gas emissions have increased by about 98.1%. In 2012, our country greenhouse gas emissions increased compared to 1990 levels. Government establish a limit on the overall amount of greenhouse gases, mainly carbon dioxide from the burning of fossil fuels that can be emitted each year. Even more importantly, Biofuel resources produce little or no waste products such as carbon dioxide or other chemical pollutants, so has minimal impact on the environment.
Biofuel is that as it is renewable it is therefore sustainable , never run out, and also bring economic benefits. Biofuel not only solves the energy utilization, and what’s more, it also makes an important contribution to our environmental protection, so this means that we have taken another important step forward in the face of resource shortages. Biofuel becomes the favored fuel material, certainly have a great advantage, today we come to it as a specific analysis.
Fossil Fuels will run out, have to look for the best way
With the continuous deterioration of the people’s living environment, global warming topic has become a comment of people from all walks of people. It has been very important to the development of new energy. At present, our main fuel is oil and coal, these are non－renewable materials, and you will never have again when we use them up. Therefore, many countries are in the research of new energy, how to turn wastes into wealth has also become one of the hottest topics nowadays.
Based on REN21 Renewables 2010 Global Status Report, The use of fossil fuels occupied 78% to human’s global energy consumption, 2.8% to nuclar energy, and 19% to the other energy resources. We can conclude that energy is often crucial in potential development. Based on BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2010, reserves are sufficient to meet 2009 production for 45.7 year and coal for 119 years. It means that there is a finite amount of fossil fuels available and the reserves are not replenished naturally.
The major disadvantage of fossil fuels is because they give off carbon dioxide when burned thereby causing a greenhouse effect. That’s why we carry out a wide range of environmental production all around the world.
The total of carbon emission for per country and people
The Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change was agreed to in December 1997 and is now open for ratification. One of the major issues in the negotiation has been the involvement of developing countries in the process of reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. Kyoto Mechanisms refers to Emissions Trading（ET）, The Clean Development Mechanism（CDM）and Joint Implementation（JI）. These are mechanisms defined under the Kyoto Protocol intented to lower the overall costs of achieving its emissions targets.
The main goal of the Kyoto Protocol is to control and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. Finally, the Kyoto Protocol through the Clean Development Mechanism.
|Total emissions a
（million tons CO2）
（kg ton CO2/dollar）
Explain：A. Not including International shipping emission carbon dioxide B. by purchasing power parity and in 2005 dollars currency count
Fossil fuels comprise mainly of coal, oil, and gas. Although Fossil Fuels are cheap and very easy to find but it will also produces carbon dioxide when burned thereby causing a greenhouse effect. This is also the main contributory factor to the global warming experienced by the earth today. Forbes International Company Limited puts the obligation to reduce carbon emissions by producing biofuel energy, renewable fuels, and so on.