par Pauwels, Jean-Pierre ;Possemiers, François
Référence Revue de l'énergie, 405, page (531-540)
Publication Publié, 1988
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : In the opinion of the authors the Community will fail to achieve its 1995 oil objective (40% or less) if the use of natural gas is not increased, taking into account, on the one hand, the reluctance of consumers where coal is concerned and, on the other hand, the probable stagnation of nuclear power capacity. Consequently, the Community will have to set a gas objective of about 25% of its primary energy consumption, which is close to the former objective of the Community, rather than letting the share of gas decrease to 18%. This scenario positions the Community for the year 2000 somewhere between the share of gas in the United States and that in the USSR. -from English summary