Singapore, with a population of 5.7 million, all residing in urban areas, generated a total of 32,506,889 tons of CO2 in 2022. This equates to a per capita emission of 5.47 tons, indicating that each individual contributes approximately 5.5 tons of CO2 annually.
Furthermore, Singapore’s GDP stands at $372,062,527,489, resulting in a carbon intensity of 0.087 kg of CO2 per International dollar.
Comparatively, Singapore’s carbon intensity is significantly lower than that of China (0.57 kg) and the USA (0.3 kg).
Singapore Total CO2 emissions by source
How much do coal, oil, gas, cement and flaring contribute to CO2 emissions in Singapore?
In 2022, Singapore’s total CO2 emissions reached 32,506,889 metric tons. The primary sources of these emissions were coal, accounting for 3,348,566 metric tons, and gas, with 22,225,249 metric tons.
These figures highlight the significant contributions of coal and gas to Singapore’s carbon footprint.
Notably, there were no emissions from cement or flaring.
Additionally, oil contributed 6,933,074 metric tons to the overall emissions.
These emissions are closely correlated with Singapore’s GDP, reflecting the impact of economic activities on carbon dioxide emissions.
What fraction of world fossil co2 emissions does Singapore accounts?
Singapore is the 74th largest emitter of CO2 in the world. It represents 0.088% of global CO2 emissions.
CO2 emissions from Coal
In Singapore, carbon usage resulted in the production of 3,348,566 tons of CO2, accounting for 10.30% of the total CO2 emissions.
CO2 emissions from coal in Singapore
In Singapore, gas usage resulted in the production of 22,225,249 tons of CO2, accounting for 68.37% of the total CO2 emissions.
CO2 emissions from oil in Singapore
In Singapore, oil usage resulted in the production of 6,933,074 tons of CO2, accounting for 21.33% of the total CO2 emissions.