2000 Annual Energy Review, Volume 1
Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2001 - Reference - 223 pages
This publication looks at the pattern of energy production and consumption both in Europe and the world. As well as providing statistical data it also analyses the information and highlights the key trends. The sections examine : the world; the European Union; European Union enlargement; other OECD countries; central and eastern Europe; CIS; Africa; Middle East; Asia; Latin America.
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acquis communautaire Africa Annual Asia Autoprod.Thermal Power Average Load Factor average since 1990 Average Thermal Efficiency biomass C02 Emissions/Capita Capacity in GWe Carbon Intensity Central and Eastern Change Primary Production Consumption Mtoe ConsVCapita Kgoe/inhabitant ConsVGDP toe/1990 MEUR contribution Crude oil declined Eastern Europe economic EFTA Electricity Generated/Capita kWh/inhabitant Emissions in Mt ENERGY BALANCE Mtoe Energy Branch energy intensity European Union exports Final Energy Consumption final energy demand fossil fuels Fuel Inputs Geothermal Geothermal 0.0 Gross Inl ConsVCapita Gross Inl ConsVGDP Gross Inland Consumption heating Hydro & wind hydro and wind Import Dependency imports of electricity increased Indicators Population Million Inl ConsVGDP toe/1990 Inputs for Thermal Intensity toe/1990 MEUR Luxembourg mainly Middle East Mt of C02 NAFTA NAFTA region Natural gas Non-Energy Oil products OPEC Public Thermal Power reduced renewable energy renewable energy sources share solid fuels SUMMARY ENERGY BALANCE Tertiary-Domestic tertiary-domestic sector tion Total Final Energy United Kingdom