Energy Balances of non-OECD Countries

International Energy Agency

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Annual
ISSN :
1996-2843 (online)
ISSN :
1606-8394 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/19962843-en
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Published annually, this volume contains data for the last two years for which final data is available on the supply and consumption of coal, oil, natural gas, electricity, heat, renewables and waste presented as comprehensive energy balances.  Data are expressed in thousand tonnes of oil equivalent for over 100 non-OECD countries. Historical tables summarise production, trade and final consumption data as well as key energy and economic indicators.  Other tables show preliminary estimates of last year's  production (and trade when available) for natural gas, primary coal and oil. This book also includes definitions of products and flows, explanatory notes on the individual country data and conversion factors from original units to energy units.

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Publication Date :
19 Aug 2014
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570
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9789264217089 (PDF) ; 9789264217072 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/energy_bal_non-oecd-2014-en

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This volume contains data for 2011 and 2012 on the supply and consumption of coal, oil, natural gas, electricity, heat, renewables and waste presented as comprehensive energy balances. Data are expressed in thousand tonnes of oil equivalent for over 100 non-OECD countries.

Historical tables summarise production, trade and final consumption data as well as key energy and economic indicators. These tables also include preliminary estimates of 2013 production (and trade when available) for natural gas, primary coal and oil. This book includes definitions of products and flows, explanatory notes on the individual country data and conversion factors from original units to energy units.

More detailed data in original units are published in the 2014 edition of Energy Statistics of Non-OECD Countries, the sister volume of this publication.

 

INTRODUCTION vii
WORLD ENERGY TRENDS: AN OVERVIEW ix
PART I: METHODOLOGY
-1. Issues of data quality I.3
-2. Explanatory notes I.7
-3. Units and conversions I.15
-4. Geographical coverage I.19
-5. Country notes and sources I.21
PART II: STATISTICAL DATA
Country-Specific Net Calorific Valuess II.3
Graphs and Energy Balance Sheets 2011-2012
-World II.34
-OECD Total II.41
-Non-OECD Total II.44
-Africa II.47
-Non-OECD Americas II.49
-Asia (excluding China) II.51
-China (P.R. of China and Hong Kong, China) II.53
-Non-OECD Europe and Eurasia II.56
-Middle East II.58
-Albania II.62
-Algeria II.64
-Angola II.67
-Argentina II.69
-Armenia II.72
-Azerbaijan II.74
-Bahrain II.77
-Bangladesh II.79
-Belarus II.81
-Benin II.84
-Bolivia II.86
-Bosnia and Herzegovina II.88
-Botswana II.90
-Brazil II.92
-Brunei Darussalam II.95
-Bulgaria II.97
-Cambodia II.100
-Cameroon II.102
-China, People’s Republic of  II.104
-Colombia II.107
-Congo II.110
-Congo, Democratic Republic of II.112
-Costa Rica II.114
-Côte d’Ivoire II.116
-Croatia II.118
-Cuba II.121
-Cyprus II.123
-Dominican Republic II.125
-Ecuador II.127
-Egypt II.129
-El Salvador II.131
-Eritrea II.133
-Ethiopia II.135
-Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia II.137
-Gabon II.139
-Georgia II.141
-Ghana II.143
-Gibraltar II.145
-Guatemala II.147
-Haiti II.149
-Honduras II.151
-Hong Kong, China II.153
-India II.156
-Indonesia II.159
-Iran, Islamic Republic of  II.162
-Iraq II.164
-Jamaica II.166
-Jordan II.168
-Kazakhstan II.170
-Kenya II.173
-Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of  II.175
-Kosovo II.177
-Kuwait II.179
-Kyrgyzstan II.181
-Latvia II.183
-Lebanon II.186
-Libya II.188
-Lithuania II.190
-Malaysia II.193
-Malta II.196
-Mauritius II.198
-Moldova, Republic of  II.200
-Mongolia II.203
-Montenengro II.205
-Morocco II.207
-Mozambique II.210
-Myanmar  II.212
-Namibia II.214
-Nepal II.216
-Netherlands Antilles II.218
-Nicaragua II.220
-Nigeria II.222
-Oman II.224
-Pakistan II.226
-Panama II.229
-Paraguay II.231
-Peru II.233
-Philippines II.235
-Qatar II.238
-Romania II.240
-Russian Federation II.243
-Saudi Arabia II.246
-Senegal  II.248
-Serbia II.250
-Singapore II.253
-South Africa II.255
-Sri Lanka II.258
-Sudan II.260
-Syrian Arab Republic II.262
-Chinese Taipei II.264
-Tajikistan II.267
-Tanzania, United Republic of II.269
-Thailand II.271
-Togo II.274
-Trinidad and Tobago II.276
-Tunisia II.278
-Turkmenistan II.281
-Ukraine II.283
-United Arab Emirates II.286
-Uruguay II.288
-Uzbekistan II.290
-Venezuela II.292
-Viet Nam II.294
-Yemen II.296
-Zambia II.298
-Zimbabwe II.300
Summary Tables and Energy Indicators
-Production II.304
-Net imports II.326
-Primary energy supply II.339
-Electricity generation II.359
-Electricity consumption II.376
-Final consumption II.379
-Consumption in industry  II.392
-Consumption in transport  II.405
-Other consumption II.413
-Gross domestic product (GDP) II.423
-Population II.429
-Energy production/TPES II.432
-Net oil imports/GDP II.435
-TPES/GDP  II.438
-TPES/population  II.444
-Oil supply/GDP II.447
-Oil supply/population II.450
-Electricity consumption/GDP II.453
-Electricity consumption/population II.456