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Gross inland consumption of energy divided by GDP

Gross inland consumption of energy divided by GDP
Catalonia Spain European Union-27
2019 112.3 113.0 119.6
2018 112.0 118.2 123.4
2017 116.5 120.9 126.9
2016 116.2 119.4 127.8
2015 119.4 121.6 129.2
2014 118.8 122.1 130.4
2013 120.7 125.6 137.1
2012 124.5 133.0 138.6
2011 123.5 129.7 139.6
2010 128.6 129.0 146.3
2009 121.4 129.7 143.9
2008 122.6 135.2 146.5
2007 128.5 140.8 147.8
2006 131.2 143.3 154.2
2005 137.4 149.0 157.9
2004 142.2 150.8 160.2
2003 143.6 148.9 161.9
2002 141.1 148.3 159.4
2001 139.9 148.2 160.7
2000 140.3 149.4 160.0
Units: kgoe per 1,000 euros (constant year 2010).
Source Catalonia: Catalan Energy Institute. Source Spain, European Union: Eurostat.

Last update: April 14, 2021.

Statistics ENE

Methodological note

This indicator is the quotient between the gross inland energy consumption and the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

The gross inland consumption of energy is calculated as the sum of the gross inland consumption of five energy types: coal, oil, natural gas, renewable energy sources and electrical exchange balances. The GDP figures are taken at constant prices to avoid the impact of changes in the prices of all the goods and services generated by the economy.

This indicator measures the overall energy efficiency of an economy.

The gross inland consumption is measured in kgoe (kilogram of oil equivalent) per every 1,000 euros of the GDP at constant prices (year 2010).