By: Cassie Collins
Scotland produces zinc, Iron, oil shale and coal. Coal used to be Scotland's main natural resource. The mining of coal decreased since the 20th century, due to cheaper foreign coal. Scotland's export goods are whiskey, renewable energy and oil. Live animals are imported within the British Isles, UK, Republic of Ireland, the Isle of Man and the Channel Island. Their export partners are the United States, United Kingdom, Europe, Switzerland, Republic of Ireland.
Scotland is a home to more than 2,000 energy companies and operating over 100 markets. The key energy sectors in Scotland today are:
- Oil and gas
- Offshore wind
- Onshore wind
- Fuel cells
- Solar power
Jamaica's electricity is produced by Diesel generators in Old Harbor. Jamaica has operated a nuclear reactor but haven't had any plans to expand it.
Greece's natural resources are lignite, petroleum, iron ore, bauxite, lead, zinc, nickel, magnetite marble, salt, hydropower potential. Greece is very poor in natural resources, Bauxite produced from aluminum, is the most signification mineral source. other relativity small minerals are chromium, copper, uranium, and magnesium. Greece petroleum deposits are rapidally being decreased. There are no significant reserves of natural gas.
Greece has 10 million barrels of oil reserves as of January 1, 2011. Hellenic Petroleum is the largest oil company in the country with Motor Oil Hellas in second.
Greece's main exports are food, beverages, textiles, Manufactured goods, Petroleum products and Chemicals. Main Trading partners are Italy, Germany, Bulgaria, Cyprus, US and UK.
Wind and Solar Potential, Coal, Natural gas and Oil Reserves make up Argentina's Energy Resources.