Understanding the contributions of specific fuels and sectors to GHG emissions associated with combustion of fuels from 1971 to 2021 for over 205 countries and 38 regions
Cite data tool
IEA (2023), Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Energy Data Explorer, IEA, Paris https://www.iea.org/data-and-statistics/data-tools/greenhouse-gas-emissions-from-energy-data-explorer
The data explorer and the dataset are designed to assist in understanding the contributions of specific fuels and sectors to GHG emissions associated with energy for each country globally. The database includes estimates of total GHG emissions from energy and related indicators, covering CO2, CH4 and N2O emissions from fuel combustion, as well as fugitive emissions.
It is estimated that energy accounts for more than three-quarters of total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions globally. The IEA Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Energy dataset provides a full analysis of historical country-level emissions stemming from energy use, and has become an essential tool for analysts and policy makers.
Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Energy
Annual time series of GHG emissions from energy, a major source of anthropogenic emissions. This database is updated twice a year. The April update includes all OECD and IEA family countries plus selected additional countries up to year-2. The final edition released in August includes data for all countries and regions up to year-2 and additional provisional data for OECD and selected countries up to year-1.