The International Energy Agency expected record growth in global coal consumption during 2022, exceeding 8 billion tons for the first time in history, amid high gas prices, which were affected by sanctions against Russia.

The International Energy Agency has indicated that rising natural gas prices amid the global energy crisis have led to an increase in the use of coal for energy production.

In August, Andrey Gusev, an economist and professor at the Russian Financial University, expressed his forecast for an increase in demand for coal in almost all developing countries.

Source: RT

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