Energy Balances and Electricity Profiles (Ser. W)

English, French
Frequency
Annual
ISSN: 
2412-1037 (online)
DOI: 
10.18356/2619c3b8-en-fr
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This series is a source of overall consumption statistics of energy commodities in all sectors and provides detailed information on production, trade and consumption of electricity, net installed capacity and thermal power plant input and efficiency for selected countries. It provides energy balances for a specific number of developing countries, showing production, trade, conversion and consumption in energy units for all energy products. It also contains electricity profiles for a specific number of countries, providing detailed information on production, trade and consumption of electricity, net installed capacity and thermal power plant input for selected developing and developed countries.

 
2013 Energy Balances

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31 Dec 2015
Pages:
381
ISBN:
9789210577779 (PDF)
DOI: 
10.18356/9227ae0c-en

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The latest edition of Energy Balances, prepared by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), contains comprehensive information concerning energy balances pertinent to more than 200 countries and territories around the world, showing production, trade, transformation and consumption (by sector) in energy units for all energy products. This publication is an essential resource for those who work or have an interest in the energy sector.
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  • Introduction
    The Energy Balances 2013 presents energy data for countries and areas in a format which shows the overall picture of the production, trade, transformation and consumption of energy products utilized in the region, published by the United Nations Statistics Division (UNSD). Such a format is useful in assessing and analysing supply and consumption patterns across both products and countries in detail on an internationally comparable basis.
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  • Conversion factors
    The data which have been supplied by the countries in original units are converted to the common unit, terajoules (TJ), by using standard conversion factors or, in the case of solids, specific factors, where available, as indicated below.
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