Driving down the road, you’ll notice many hybrid or fuel efficient vehicles. But even with the move toward more environmentally friendly transportation, the United States still consumes the most oil of any country, followed by China. Finance Degree Center has created an infographic entitled “Gassed”, highlighting facts and statistics surrounding the oil industry.
Fuel consumption has a lot to do with the car you buy, but whatever you drive there are things you can do to save money and reduce energy use, CO2, emissions and pollution.
Today’s infographic provides a visual look on a survey, presented by Ad Age, profiling media use in 2011 by type of media, generation and time of day.
Peak oils is the point where the maximum rate of global petroleum extraction is reached, and after which, production enters a terminal decline. Some say it has already occurred, or will by 2015.
Global economic recession drove energy consumption lower in 2009 — the first such decline since 1982. Take a look at the world’s energy consumption as a factor of renewable and non-renewable energy resources.