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European Union Compared by Energy > Commercial energy use

DEFINITION: Commercial energy use (kg of oil equivalent per capita). Commercial energy use refers to apparent consumption, which is equal to indigenous production plus imports and stock changes, minus exports and fuels supplied to ships and aircraft engaged in international transport.

CONTENTS

# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH
1 Luxembourg 8,409 2000
2 Finland 6,408.98 2000
3 Belgium 5,776.1 2000
4 Sweden 5,353.6 2000
5 Netherlands 4,761.54 2000
6 France 4,366.02 2000
7 Germany 4,131.38 2000
8 United Kingdom 3,961.93 2000
9 Czech Republic 3,930.87 2000
10 Ireland 3,854.2 2000
11 Denmark 3,643.5 2000
12 Austria 3,524.21 2000
13 Estonia 3,302.61 2000
14 Slovenia 3,288.04 2000
15 Slovakia 3,233.79 2000
16 Cyprus 3,203.24 2000
17 Spain 3,083.5 2000
18 Italy 2,973.95 2000
19 Greece 2,634.62 2000
20 Portugal 2,459.29 2000
21 Hungary 2,448.42 2000
22 Poland 2,328.07 2000
23 Bulgaria 2,299.1 2000
24 Malta 2,088.49 2088
25 Lithuania 2,031.87 2031
26 Croatia 1,775.22 2000
27 Romania 1,619.36 2000
28 Latvia 1,540.89 2000

Citation

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European Union Compared by Energy > Commercial energy use

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