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World Energy Statistics online data service 2016 edition - (expires 15 April 2017)

New (July 2016): A final version of this online data service has just been released.

This new data service replaces the former Energy Statistics of OECD Countries and Energy Statistics of Non-OECD Countries and contains key energy statistics for over 150 countries and regions.

The  data service contains key energy statistics for over 150 countries and regions. Data are provided in original units for the different types of coal, oil, natural gas, renewables and waste, as well as for electricity and heat. In general, the data are available for 1971 (1960 for OECD countries) to 2014, with preliminary estimates of 2015 production (and trade when available) for natural gas, primary coal and oil. 

Data are provided in original units for the different types of coal, oil, natural gas, renewables and waste, as well as for electricity and heat. In general, the data are available for 1960 to 2014.

This service will be updated twice a year. In May a preliminary edition containing OECD data only is published with the final edition released early August, augmented with data for more than 110 non-OECD countries. 

This first edition of this new service is for sale at a special reduced price - almost 30% less than the combined cost of the 2 former data services it replaces (i.e. Energy Statistics of OECD Countries and Energy Statistics of Non-OECD Countries).  

Price*:

1 user: 800 €
2-5 users: 1600 €
6-10 users: 2400 €
>10 users (& intranet): 4000 €
Global licence: 5600 €

This service is available from our e-commerce portal at http://data.iea.org. For information on our other online data services click here

* Note on multi-user licences. Apart from the Global Licences, subscriptions are for a single legal entity. 

See also:
World Energy Balances 

NOTE:
Data points may be used to access the online data services and the browser works best on Internet Explorer (if using Version 10 it should be in compatibility mode). The data services uses Beyond 20 software and if you want to download an entire database and install the B2020 software, then you must be running on a Windows-based system. The B2020 software cannot be installed on a MAC computer.