Latest Global Energy Statistics Now Available
1 September 2010
What countries in the world are the largest energy producers by fuel? What trends are regions following in their energy consumption patterns? Who are the top-ten electricity importers and exporters?
The IEA has just released the 2010 edition of its Key World Energy Statistics, a handy, pocket-sized booklet that addresses these and many other questions on energy facts and figures. The booklet shows graphs and tables of global data up to 2008, and when available up to 2009, for energy production, trade, transformation and consumption, CO2 emissions from fuel combustion and energy prices. The Key World Energy Statistics booklet also offers a large selection of energy indicators for more than 130 countries.
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