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The global energy landscape is changing quickly as a result of economic shifts and technological advancements. "Game-changers" such as the unconventional oil and gas revolutions, or the rapid retreat from nuclear power in some countries, will further accelerate this change. The data presented here covers energy sources, energy supply and consumption of coal, oil, gas, electricity, heat, renewables and waste.

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Keywords:  power, energy, source, force

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  • Primary energy supply

    Primary energy supply is defined as energy production plus energy imports, minus energy exports, minus international bunkers, then plus or minus stock changes.
  • Crude oil production

    Crude oil production is defined as the quantities of oil extracted from the ground after the removal of inert matter or impurities.
  • Electricity generation

    Electricity generation is defined as electricity generated from fossil fuels, nuclear power plants, hydro power plants (excluding pumped storage), geothermal systems, solar panels, biofuels, wind. It includes electricity produced in electricity-only...
  • Renewable energy

    Renewable energy is defined as the contribution of renewables to total primary energy supply.
  • Nuclear power plants

    Nuclear power plants is defined as the number of nuclear units in operation as of 1 June 2013.
  • Crude oil import prices

    Crude oil import prices comes from the IEA's Crude Oil Import Register and is influenced by a number of factors beyond the traditional movements of supply and demand, notably geopolitics.
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