Gross Domestic Product (GDP)

Qatar’s economy is largely driven by oil and gas sector; however, growth in manufacturing, construction, and financial services has mostly pushed the increase in GDP during the last 10 years. Qatar's total population in 2013 was 2.17 million, with 99% of the population is urbanized. CO2 emissions reached 72.40 Mt in the same year, representing 4.39% of total Middle East emissions. Its total primary energy supply in 2013 was 40177 thousand tons of oil equivalent (ktoe), with 100% coming from fossil fuel resources. Total installed power capacity in 2013 reached 77009 GWh and total generation 34668 GWh, all coming from natural gas. In 2013, Qatar’s electricity consumption reached 30 TWh mainly from air conditioning usage and soaring water desalination industry.

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