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Renewables rise by 699 per cent, nuclear by 317 per cent and hydro by 97 per cent by 2035.2 million bpd in 2035. Renewables overtakes oil as the second largest, increasing from 4 per cent to 14 per cent in 2035 as oil drops from 10 per cent today to 3 per cent by 2035.Oil consumption will rise beom 4."Declining oil production (-26 per cent) is outweighed by increases in gas (+154 per cent) and coal (+104 per cent), and non-fossil fuels (+312 per cent)," BP said."Oil imports rise by 165 per cent and account for 56 per cent of the increase in imports, followed by increasing imports of gas (173 per cent) and coal (105 per cent)," it said. As a result, the country remains import dependent despite increases in production," it said.Its share of global energy demand increases to 9 per cent by 2035, accounting for the second largest share among the BRIC countries with China at 26 per cent, Russia at 4 per cent and Brazil at 2 per cent."We project that Indias energy consumption grows the fastest among all major economies by 2035."The fuel mix evolves very slowly over the Outlook (period) with fossil fuels accounting for 86 per cent of demand in 2035, compared to 92 per cent today.BP said Indias demand for gas expands by 162 per cent, followed by oil (120 per cent) and coal (105 per cent).Indias energy demand growth at "129 per cent is more than double the non-OECD average of 52 per cent and also outpaces each of the BRIC countries as China (47 per cent), Brazil (41 per cent), and Russia (2 per cent), all expand slower," BP said.India, Asias second biggest energy consumer since China Auto-maintenance equipment rubber product Suppliers 2008, had in 2015 overtaken Japan as the worlds third largest oil consuming country behind US and China.New Delhi: Having pipped Japan to become worlds third largest oil consumer, Indias oil consumption growth will be the fastest among all major economies by 2035, BP Statistical Review of World Energy said..1 million barrels per day in 2015 to 9. "The share of coal in the fuel mix falls from 58 per cent today to 52 per cent by 2035, while the share of renewables rises from 2 per cent to 8 per cent," it said.Coal remains the dominant fuel produced in India with a 65 per cent share of total production in 2035.2 per cent per annum -- faster than all major economies in the world -- Indias consumption growth of fossil fuels would be the largest in the world. India, it said, will overtake China as the largest growth market for energy in volume terms by 2030. Natural gas consumption would jump from 4.Energy production as a share of consumption declines marginally from 58 per cent today to 56 per cent by 2035 as imports rise by 138 per cent.While energy consumption will grow by 4.8 bcfd while coal consumption is project to more than double to 833 million tons.9 billion cubic feet per day to 12.

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