- OECD (List of 35 nations) representing 17% of global population & 43% of total energy consumption
- Combined Africa / S. Asia (S. Asia = India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Maldives) representing 41% of global population & 9% of total energy consumption
- China, representing 19% of global population & 22% of energy consumption
- "RoW" or Rest of the World, representing 23% of global population & 26% of global energy consumption
The chart below shows global primary energy consumption, by region, as a percentage of all energy consumed. Noteworthy, the long declining OECD portion of total energy consumption, the more than doubling of Chinese consumption from '00, and the flattish consumption from Africa / S. Asia and the RoW.
23% of global population, 26% of global energy consumption. 10% increase in core population from '18 to '35 but growth is significantly decelerating.