Key World Energy Statistics 2014 now available for free
22 September 2014
An electronic version of the 2014 edition of the Key World Energy Statistics – the International Energy Agency’s free, easy-to-consult reference tool – is now available for download, offering the most important statistics on production, transformation and consumption of energy in more than 140 countries and regions, with global and regional overviews.
Published each year since 1997, the booklet presents 16 different headline statistics for every country, from gross domestic product to total primary energy supply to energy production to CO2 emissions per capita. Overview sections offer graphs showing energy output, generation or refining, and use by region, fuel or sector from 1973 through 2013, with pie charts demonstrating differences between those two endpoints. Other sections present energy-related CO2 emissions and various market and retail prices for select fuels and countries.
Key World Energy Statistics was downloaded 13 500 times in August alone, and more 71 000 times in the past two years. Key World Energy Statistics is also available for Android devices at the Google Play store as well as for iPhones and other Apple devices at the iTunes store. A version for Windows phones will soon be released.
Much more detailed statistics by country, including energy balance Sankey flow animations, are also available for free on the IEA website’s statistics page. The site was updated in early September to incorporate the most recent data available.
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