Emissions from fossil fuels are the primary source of anthropogenic carbon
dioxide. The production of energy is, in turn, the primary source of fossil
fuel emissions. Hence the statistics needed to estimate world energy
consumption are a critical source of data in global change research. The two
most widely used sources of energy statistics are the produced by the United ... Nations (UN) and the International Energy Agency (IEA). The energy
statistics data is available as annual updates through IEA's online
data service (http://data.iea.org) or on CD-ROM.
ENERGY STATISTICS OF OECD COUNTRIES
Contains detailed annual supply and consumption data for OECD countries in
physical units (tons, joules, and GWh). The data covers the principal coal and
other solids fuel categories as well as manufactured gases, crude oil, NGLs,
refinery feedstocks and the principal oil products. Supply data covers
production, trade, bunkers and stocks while end use data covers categories such
as electricity generation, refineries, iron and steel, chemicals, road and air
transport, residential, commercial and public services, and agriculture. The
series begins in 1960. The publication is available on CD-ROM for
the period 1960-1999.
ENERGY STATISTICS FOR NON-OECD COUNTRIES
Complements the above. Presents energy statistics in the same format as for
OECD countries statistics in physical units for non-OECD countries and regions.
Key oil production and consumption series are presented in barrels/day as well
as in tons. The series is available on CD-ROM from 1971-1999.
ENERGY BALANCES OF OECD COUNTRIES
Supply and demand balances for the main energy sources expressed in a common
unit (thousand tons of oil equivalent). The energy balances are derived from
the supply consumption data in physical units in the ENERGY STATISTICS OF OECD
COUNTRIES above. The series is available on CD-ROM for the period 1960-1999.
ENERGY BALANCES OF NON-OECD COUNTRIES
Complements the above. Presents supply and demand balances as for OECD
countries in common units (thousand tons of oil equivalent) for non-OECD
countries and regions. The energy balances are derived from the supply
consumption data in the ENERGY STATISTICS OF NON-OECD COUNTRIES
above. The series is available on CD-ROM from 1971-1999