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EIA is a very valuable source for my research. The references are particularly useful in further understanding of the issues. Your information is very useful for me. State Department official now teaching energy courses at the university level. The EIA products are highly reliable and up-to-date. I have been resorting to your data for more than 10 years. It provides to me useful background for the structure and developments in the energy sector, both on country basis and on global scope.
Useful and helpful data for my work. But I am confused the description of the data. What is the net consumption means? Is it seasonally adjusted data?
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Thanks for your feedback! For the United States, net consumption excludes the energy consumed by the generating units. To download the data you have selected tyype the download icon above the table.
A few suggestions regarding CO2 emissions: Thanks for your feedback. We recently updated the CO2 Emissions data.
There is now data for Argentina, Brazil, and India. The Source button seem not to do any changes. Thanks a lot again. Am I correct to assume 1 billion kW equal 1 GW?
US goes for to 69, in ? With this new version and the way it generates excel files typd we download data, it takes me a huge amount of time pipelne effectively use a downloaded file. For global consumption of Quad BTUs, it’s showing per capita 9. However, there are parts of the database that we could access in the previous version, that we are unable to access here Imports and exports of petroleum crude and products, consumption of renewable energy in QTBTU among others.
It would be great if these issues were cleared up asap so as to improve usability and access to data. Exports data is currently bring validated and will be posted to the website once approved. The energy consumption data can be found here: Thank you for your inquiry. A potential non-EIA source for that data that you could try is: I just saved a link for total renewable electricity net ecopetrll, every time I just use this link address, mmap this time because of your update, it was not found.
Renewable electricity consumption is assumed to equal to renewable electricity generation, so that variable eopetrol not added to the beta site. This can be revisited so as to avoid confusion. I saw a comment that person can download all countries – I can not find that. Can you please direct me to it – thanks. Has the beta site been replaced?
Am I just in the wrong place? The data on the Beta website was recently updated and validated through The team will be working to gather, validate, and publish and in the coming months. PV or wind for my own research. Before this version, the data were down to 3 to 4 decimal places.
However, only 1 decimal seems to be shown in Beta. It would be more useful and helpful for research if some options for more decimal place were added or units could be modified e.
We are currently working on updating the number of decimal places for more specificity. All headers for each country are shown as having equal value to the country itself so the data cannot be sorted without losing the country identification.
Column B makes every heading equal i. It is unfortunate that a download cannot be directly used but it is frustrating that as an expert Excel user I cannot easily determine a way to organize the data in a way that makes it usable. Sorry you are having trouble with the data download, please try the following. Other Liquids includes biodiesel, ethanol, liquids produced from coal, gas, and oil shale, Orimulsion, and other hydrocarbons.
However, it would be great if you could mention how much of India’s energy especially oil and gas imports come by sea, in order to get a clearer picture of India’s energy imports. Excellent, by the way. OPEC report on revenue is very informative.
Our governments always keep us in the dark.
Well researched, clear figures and graphs. Today I simply want to view the imports of crude oil in bbld in South Africa. BTU is a completely unhelpful metric. Customary ecopeteol, Metric, or another measurement option of your choosing. Very well researched, clear and easy figures and graphs. However, i’m struggling to cite the South African country analysis report You can download PDF files for all of the countries with a detailed energy analysis. My students like it as well. Data in the previous years was available up to 5 decimal places.
However, data is available with only 1 decimal place this year through the beta interface and comparing countries became a challenge because there are too many countries with the same values now. Is there a way to download the full data-set with all the decimal points available? Thank you for contacting EIA. The one I have obtained is Country analyses are updated on a tgpe basis, the analysis for Malaysia is the most current.
You are correct, not all countries, including in this case Israel, have detailed analysis briefs. Exactly what I needed to bring me up to speed for my research on Michigan and on the Midwest – thanks! Mike at McGuire Research.
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It should be easy to get a nice graph of yours. Our maps and graphs are available for download, and are also easily embeddable for use on external websites, blogs, and newsletters.
Simply click the ‘Download’ button adjacent to a map or graphic and you will be presented with a variety of format options. I looked at your Excel download function and examined your Excel spreadsheet. It appears that if I am going to load the data into my spreadsheets, I will have to do one line at a time, each country mal.
EIA offers an Excel Add-in that will allow you to simplify your spreadsheet work. Great to see such an informed analysis presented with filr to illustrate it. Having global data is definitely a plus. Too bad data goes up to and does not include and Comments coming from an IT manager used to major systems with large databases. Thank you for your feedback!
We are constantly adding new data series’ to our database, data for current years will be added as it is available. This tool makes my job much easier. Really appreciate you guys going the extra mile with your data tools, this makes my research so much more effective. You guys have been an utter joy to work with not a typical experience for government bureaucracyand this new beta is the icing on the cake. Thanks for the hard work you have put in to make this information clear and understandable!
Looking forward to seeing what you guys cook up in the future. Why can’t I download multiple years? You can download all of the international data as spreadsheets. To do this, select the country, or countries, and fuel source s pipelie would like to see data for and pipfline the download button. Directly beneath the animation controls This will give you the option to download the displayed data in a variety of ways, including as a spreadsheet. I like the granularity provided, by country by month.
Unfortunately it seems from the beta site, that I can only access the annual data and only download as a CSV file.
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The monthly data is being migrated to the new tool shortly. I am writing a book chapter and referenced your site, where I found terrific info on India and Japan several months ago. Unfortunately, it appears you deleted those pages. It is very wonderful: I love learning about this stuff! Before the layout, I was able to find annual s of net exports of petro for each country, and now I have no idea where it is.