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The Oslo Group is a city group created by the UN Statistical Commission to address methodological issues related to energy statistics and contribute to improved international standards and improved methods for official energy statistics. It was established as a follow-up to the programme review of energy statistics during the 36th Session of the UN Statistical Commission (1-4 March 2005) and the recommendations of the Ad-hoc Expert Group on Energy Statistics (
The terms of reference of the Oslo Group include the following:
Members of the Oslo Group include energy statisticians from national statistical offices, energy ministries/authorities and international organizations engaged in energy statistics as well as experts from academia and the private sector on an ad hoc basis as advisers. Statistics
The Oslo Group meets on an annual basis to review and address methodological issues related to energy statistics as well as share country practices. The Oslo Group reports regularly to the UN Statistical Commission.
For more information on the Oslo Group, please visit: http://unstats.un.org/oslogroup