Global Energy Statistical Yearbook 2018

The Global Energy Statistical Yearbook is a Enerdata's free online interactive data tool. It allows to browse data through intuitive maps and graphs, for a visual analysis of the latest trends in the energy industry.

Access to statistics:
  • on production, consumption and trade of oil, gas, coal, power and renewables;
  • on CO2 emissions from fuel combustion;
  • covering 60 countries and regions throughout the world;
  • including updated data until 2017.

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Total energy consumption 2017

2017 Key figures

China's energy consumption growth rate doubled vs 2016.

Saudi Arabia cut its crude oil production in 2017, under the OPEC agreement.

Continuous decline in Japanese oil product consumption.

First decline in US gas consumption since 2009.

Surge in Turkey's coal consumption..

Chinese electricity consumption grew at its fastest pace since 2014.

Portugal's share of renewable decline in 2017 (low hydro).

Continuous growth in India's CO2 emissions.

Global Energy Trends, 2018 edition

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Aug

Germany's renewable power generation grew by 10% in first half of 2018

According to the German Federal Environment Agency (Umweltbundesamt or UBA), renewable power production reached a new record in the first semester of 2018, with 117 TWh generated, which is 10% more than in the first half of 2017 (+10 TWh). Wind power plants generated 57 TWh, with 26 TWh from biomass and biogas waste installations, 24 TWh from solar PV units and 10 TWh from hydropower plants.

21
Aug

Global nuclear power generation grew by 1.2% to 2,500 TWh in 2017

According to the World Nuclear Association latest performance report, global nuclear power generation grew for the fifth year in a row and reached 2,506 TWh (+1.2% from 2,477 TWh in 2016). At the end of 2017, the global nuclear capacity stood at 392 GWe spread across 448 reactors, which is 2 GWe more (+0.5%) than at the end of 2016.

20
Aug

Sonatrach (Algeria) signs 12 bcm/year gas contracts with Spain and Italy

The Algerian oil and gas company Sonatrach has announced a nine-year gas supply contract with Spain for 9 bcm/year. Algeria is intensifying commercial relations with Europe, as Gas Natural Fenosa renewed its gas supply agreement with Sonatrach until 2030 in June 2018. Sonatrach currently supplies around 9.8 bcm/year to Gas Natural Fenosa.

20
Aug

Inauguration of new Germany-Netherlands interconnection line

The German and Dutch power transmission network operators Amprion and TenneT will integrate the first circuit of the 380 kV interconnection line between Doetinchem in the Netherlands and Niederrhein in Germany into the CWE market on 25 August 2018. The interconnection capacity between the two countries will then increase by 750 MW, from 5 000 MW to 5,750 MW, and by another 750 MW to 6,500 MW when the second circuit goes live in November 2018.