Traditional energy, also known as non-renewable energy, supplies more than 80% of global energy demand and it is mostly used across the globe for transportation purposes and in households. In traditional energy, most common resources used are: coal, which can be extracted from underground mines and also found on surface; natural gas formed by gaseous hydrocarbons, primary methane and petroleum. Petroleum is the main ingredient to form gasoline, detergent, plastic, diesel fuel, synthetic rubber, among others. Traditional energy (oil & gas) is sub-divided into three segments: upstream (exploration & production), midstream (storage & transportation) and downstream (refining and marketing).
Traditional energy causes numerous environmental impacts such as air pollution due to high carbon dioxide emissions. Policies and regulations has been implemented across the globe to decrease adverse impacts of traditional energy fuels. Moreover, depletion in fossil fuels has also been identified as a future challenge. It is estimated that all fossil fuel reserves will fairly run out by the end of this century. Such threats makes the energy sector to move towards renewable energy, as investment in renewable energy safeguards a greener, cleaner & sustainable environment.
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