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Statistical aspects of the energy economy in 2009.

12 pages

Keenan (R). http://temis.documentation.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/document.xsp?id=Temis-0067609

Ajouté le : 08 janvier 2010
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Environment and energy Author: Rita KEENAN
S t a t i s t i c s i n f o c u s 43/2010
Statistical aspects of the energy economy in 2009 This publication provides a first overview of the electrical energy. Main indicators such as energy economy in 2009 based on monthly energy dependence rate and energy intensity cumulated data for each EU Member State. are presented. In addition, heating degree days Production and consumption trends are calculated on the basis of a common Eurostat outlined for the principal energy commodities  methodology are also included. oil, natural gas, solid fuels, nuclear and primary
Energy dependency fell by 5.7% Gross inland consumption fell by 5.5% in 2009 Production of primary energy sources dropped for the third consecutive year
Energy intensity
For the sixth consecutive year EU-27 energy intensity (gross inland consumption divided by gross domestic product) dropped while GDP continued a general upward trend over the same period. Exceptionally cold weather conditions may account for years registering high energy consumption. Energy intensity is a measure of how much energy is used to produce a unit of economic output. The decoupling of increasing economic activity from increasing energy consumption is a goal for sustainable development.
Energy intensity dropped for the sixth consecutive year Russia was once again the main supplier of oil, natural gas and coal
Figure 1: Energy intensity 190 185 180 175
170 165 160
150 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 EU-27
Source: Eurostattsien020)