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Gas-fired power generation in some countries of the world for the period 1990 -2010.[2]

Gas-fired power generation in some countries of the world for the period 1990 -2010.[2]

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... all countries in the world, there is an increase in demand for the use of natural gas as a fuel for electric plants levels, especially in economically developed countries such as United States of America and Japan, shown in Figure 2.. For example, In 2012, the electric power industry planned to bring 23.5 GW of new capacity online with 37 percent being natural gas-fired (20 percent wind, 18 percent coal, 12 percent solar, 5 percent nuclear, and 8 percent other). ...

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