2020 Edition

The 2020 Energy Statistics Pocketbook publication is the third in a series of pocketbook compilations on energy statistics designed to highlight the availability of data on various aspects of energy production, transformation and use and its linkages to other key statistics. The information in this publication is primarily based on the energy data available in the 2017 editions of the Energy Statistics Yearbook, the Energy Balances, and the Electricity Profiles.

The Energy Statistics Pocketbook aims at providing additional information by highlighting key indicators and using different visualizations to show developments, dependencies and distributions in a way that standard data tables cannot convey.

The first five chapters: Total energy supply (TES), Total energy production, Electricity, Refinery output, Total final consumption (TFC), present global data with a breakdown by world regions or type of fuels. Energy transformation is covered in two chapters: Electricity (including highlights of global electricity capacity) and Refinery output. The Energy balances chapter presents a short format of energy balances for the world and regions while the energy indicators chapter contains several indicators based on TES, TFC, energy production, population and GDP.

The publication is available in printed and electronic (PDF format) versions.


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2019 Edition

The 2019 Energy Statistics Pocketbook publication is the second in a series of pocketbook compilations on energy statistics designed to highlight the availability of data on various aspects of energy production, transformation and use and its linkages to other key statistics. The information in this publication is primarily based on the energy data available in the 2016 editions of the Energy Statistics Yearbook, the Energy Balances, and the Electricity Profiles.

The Energy Statistics Pocketbook aims at providing additional information by highlighting key indicators and using different visualizations to show developments, dependencies and distributions in a way that standard data tables cannot convey.

The first five chapters: Total energy supply (TES), Total energy production, Electricity, Refinery output, Total final consumption (TFC), present global data with a breakdown by world regions or type of fuels. Energy transformation is covered in two chapters: Electricity (including highlights of global electricity capacity) and Refinery output. The Energy balances chapter presents a short format of energy balances for the world and regions while the energy indicators chapter contains several indicators based on TES, TFC, energy production, population and GDP.

The publication is available in printed and electronic (PDF format) versions.


Download electronic publication: PDF

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