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Gross inland consumption of energy. By products

Gross inland consumption of energy. Total 2014
Value % over total
Catalonia 23,198 100.0
Spain 116,681 100.0
Eurozone 1,134,556 100.0
European Union 1,607,754 100.0
Units: Thousands of toe.
Source Catalonia: Catalan Energy Institute. Source Spain, eurozone and European Union: Eurostat.
Gross inland consumption of energy. Coal 2014
Value % over total
Catalonia 32 0.1
Spain 11,487 9.8
Eurozone 154,003 13.6
European Union 269,046 16.7
Units: Thousands of toe.
Source Catalonia: Catalan Energy Institute. Source Spain, eurozone and European Union: Eurostat.
Gross inland consumption of energy. Oil and petroleum products 2014
Value % over total
Catalonia 10,301 44.4
Spain 49,066 42.1
Eurozone 411,895 36.3
European Union 551,804 34.3
Units: Thousands of toe.
Source Catalonia: Catalan Energy Institute. Source Spain, eurozone and European Union: Eurostat.
Gross inland consumption of energy. Natural gas 2014
Value % over total
Catalonia 4,997 21.5
Spain 23,667 20.3
Eurozone 239,553 21.1
European Union 343,548 21.4
Units: Thousands of toe.
Source Catalonia: Catalan Energy Institute. Source Spain, eurozone and European Union: Eurostat.
Gross inland consumption of energy. Nuclear energy 2014
Value % over total
Catalonia 6,004 25.9
Spain 14,782 12.7
Eurozone 173,943 15.3
European Union 226,140 14.1
Units: Thousands of toe.
Source Catalonia: Catalan Energy Institute. Source Spain, eurozone and European Union: Eurostat.
Gross inland consumption of energy. Renewable sources and others 2014
Value % over total
Catalonia 1,864 8.0
Spain 17,680 15.2
Eurozone 155,163 13.7
European Union 217,217 13.5
Units: Thousands of toe.
Source Catalonia: Catalan Energy Institute. Source Spain, eurozone and European Union: Eurostat.

Date published: November 14, 2016.

Methodological note

Gross inland energy consumption, is the total energy demand of a country or region. It represents the quantity of energy necessary to satisfy inland consumption of the geographical entity under consideration. Gross inland energy consumption covers consumption by the energy sector itself, distribution and transformation losses, final energy consumption by end users, and takes into account the statistical differences.

It is calculated as the sum of the primary production, recovered products, net imports and variation of stocks. It does not include energy (fuel oil) provided to international maritime bunkers.