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  • Extended global coverage including 65+ individual countries and regional aggregates.
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  • Marginal Abatement Cost curves (MACCs): providing both the level of emissions and the level of mitigated/reduced emissions that can be reached at a selected carbon price in a given year, country and sector. These levels are derived from our explicitly detailed standard scenarios. MACCs are provided for a wide range of carbon prices.
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Australia’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions fell by 0.4% to reach 469.3 MtCO2eq in 2022 (-2 MtCO2eq), after experiencing a 1% rise in 2021. GHG emissions increased in the transport sector (+4,9%) and in the agriculture sector (+2,6%), while they decreased for electricity generation (-3.5%) and for stationary energy excluding electricity (-1.5%). Fugitive emissions also decreased (-1.7%).



According to the French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), 572,000 new market offers were subscribed by residential customers in the French electricity market in 2022, with the growth being primarily attributed to the incumbent suppliers at the expense of alternative suppliers. However, there was a notable deceleration in the decrease of residential customers at the regulated electricity tariff (TRVE), with a recorded decrease of 186,000 customers in 2022 (compared to a fall of 1.05 million customers in 2021). The number of non-residential customers in electricity market offers slightly increased to 3.66 million sites, with incumbent suppliers recording an increase of 66,000 sites and alternative suppliers experiencing a decrease of 49,000 sites.



Sweden’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions decreased by 3% in 2022 compared to 2021, according to preliminary statistics. Emissions reached 49.5 MtCO2eq in 2022, which is 1.5 MtCO2eq less than the previous year. They decreased in all industries except transport.



Mexico's total proven oil and gas reserves increased by nearly 2% to reach 8.162 Gboe at end-2022, up from 8.014 Gboe at end-2021, according to the Mexican National Hydrocarbons Commission (CNH). In addition, proved crude oil reserves slightly increased by 1.6% from 6.059 Gbl to 6.155 Gbl, and gas reserves grew by 2.3% from 10.781 tcf (305 bcm) to 11.029 tcf (312 bcm) over the past year. Proved and probable (2P) reserves were broadly stable (+0.8%) at 15.138 Gboe at the end of 2022. CNH’s data comprises reserves from both state-owned oil company Pemex and domestic and foreign producers which entered the market after a 2013 energy opening allowed them to operate their fields. At the end of 2022, Pemex controlled over 87% of 2P reserves, followed by Fieldwood (4.7%) and Eni (2.7%).