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NATURAL GAS

INFORMATION

2012

International
Energy Agency

2012

NATURAL GAS

INFORMATION

A detailed reference work on gas supply and


demand covering not only the OECD countries but
also the rest of the world, this publication contains
essential information on LNG and pipeline trade,
gas reserves, storage capacity and prices.
The main part of the book, however, concentrates
on OECD countries, showing a detailed supply
and demand balance for each country and for
the three OECD regions: Americas, Asia-Oceania
and Europe, as well as a breakdown of gas
consumption by end-user. Import and export data
are reported by source and destination.
Natural Gas Information is one of a series of
annual IEA statistical publication on major energy
sources; other reports are Coal Information,
Electricity Information, Oil Information and
Renewables Information.

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NATURAL GAS

INFORMATION

2012
with 2011 data

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTORY INFORMATION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Introduction................................................................................................................................................................. vii
Recent data revisions ................................................................................................................................................... ix
Definitions ................................................................................................................................................................... xi
Sources and notes.........................................................................................................................................................xv
Country notes ............................................................................................................................................................ xvii
Geographical coverage...............................................................................................................................................xxv
Abbreviations and conversion factors ..................................................................................................................... xxvii

PART I:

NATURAL GAS MARKET REVIEW ............................................................................................... I.1

PART II: WORLD OVERVIEW


Graphs 1 and 2: World natural gas production and consumption by region .................................................................... II.3
Tables 1 and 2: World natural gas production (in Mcm and in TJ) ................................................................................. II.4
Tables 3 and 4: World natural gas consumption (in Mcm and in TJ).............................................................................. II.8
Tables 5 and 6: World natural gas consumption for power generation (in Mcm and in TJ) ......................................... II.12
Tables 7 and 8: World imports of natural gas (in Mcm and in TJ) ................................................................................ II.16
Tables 9 and 10: World exports of natural gas (in Mcm and in TJ) .............................................................................. II.20
Tables 11-18: World natural gas imports by origin (in Mcm) 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 ................................................ II.22
Tables 19-26: World natural gas pipeline imports by origin (in Mcm) 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 .................................. II.38
Table 27: World liquefied natural gas imports by origin (in Mcm) 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 .............................. II.54
Table 28: World LNG terminals .................................................................................................................................... II.58
Table 29: World gas storage capacity............................................................................................................................ II.61
Table 30: World reserves of natural gas ........................................................................................................................ II.66

PART III: OECD OVERVIEW


Table 1: Share of natural gas in OECD energy production ............................................................................................III.3
Table 2: Share of natural gas in OECD energy consumption .........................................................................................III.5
Tables 3 and 4: OECD GDP and industrial production index .......................................................................................III.7
Tables 5 and 6: OECD Natural gas supply per unit of GDP and per capita ...................................................................III.9
Table 7: Key energy and CO2 emissions data for OECD countries in 2010 .................................................................III.11
Tables 8 and 9: Natural gas import prices into Europe by pipeline (in US$/MBtu and in national currency/MBtu) ...........III.12
Tables 10 and 11: LNG import prices into Europe (in US$/MBtu and in national currency) ......................................III.16
Tables 12: LNG import prices into Japan and Korea (in US$/MBtu) ..........................................................................III.20
Tables 13: LNG and natural gas import prices into USA (in US$/MBtu) ....................................................................III.22
Tables 14: LNG import prices into Japan and Korea (in national currency/MBtu) ......................................................III.24
Table 15: Natural gas prices for industry in national currency .....................................................................................III.26
Table 16: Natural gas prices for households in national currency ................................................................................III.27
Table 17: Natural gas prices for electricity generation in national currency ................................................................III.28
Table 18: Natural gas prices for industry in US Dollars ...............................................................................................III.29
Table 19: Natural gas prices for households in US Dollars ..........................................................................................III.30
Table 20: Natural gas prices for electricity generation in US Dollars ..........................................................................III.31
Table 21: Price comparison for competing fuels for industry (in US Dollars/toe) .......................................................III.32
Table 22: Price comparison for competing fuels for households (in US Dollars/toe) ..................................................III.33
Table 23: Price comparison for competing fuels for electricity generation (in US Dollars/toe) ..................................III.34
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PART IV: OECD DETAILED NATURAL GAS DATA


OECD Total................................................................................................................................................................... IV.3
OECD Americas .......................................................................................................................................................... IV.13
OECD Asia Oceania .................................................................................................................................................... IV.23
OECD Europe.............................................................................................................................................................. IV.33
IEA Total ..................................................................................................................................................................... IV.43
IEA Americas .............................................................................................................................................................. IV.53
IEA Asia Oceania ........................................................................................................................................................ IV.63
IEA Europe .................................................................................................................................................................. IV.73
Australia ...................................................................................................................................................................... IV.83
Austria ........................................................................................................................................................................ IV.93
Belgium ..................................................................................................................................................................... IV.103
Canada ....................................................................................................................................................................... IV.113
Chile .......................................................................................................................................................................... IV.123
Czech Republic.......................................................................................................................................................... IV.133
Denmark .................................................................................................................................................................... IV.143
Estonia ....................................................................................................................................................................... IV.153
Finland ....................................................................................................................................................................... IV.163
France ........................................................................................................................................................................ IV.173
Germany .................................................................................................................................................................... IV.183
Greece........................................................................................................................................................................ IV.193
Hungary ..................................................................................................................................................................... IV.203
Ireland........................................................................................................................................................................ IV.213
Israel .......................................................................................................................................................................... IV.223
Italy............................................................................................................................................................................ IV.231
Japan .......................................................................................................................................................................... IV.241
Korea ......................................................................................................................................................................... IV.251
Luxembourg .............................................................................................................................................................. IV.261
Mexico ....................................................................................................................................................................... IV.271
Netherlands ................................................................................................................................................................ IV.281
New Zealand.............................................................................................................................................................. IV.291
Norway ...................................................................................................................................................................... IV.301
Poland ........................................................................................................................................................................ IV.311
Portugal ..................................................................................................................................................................... IV.321
Slovak Republic ........................................................................................................................................................ IV.331
Slovenia ..................................................................................................................................................................... IV.341
Spain .......................................................................................................................................................................... IV.351
Sweden ...................................................................................................................................................................... IV.361
Switzerland ................................................................................................................................................................ IV.371
Turkey ....................................................................................................................................................................... IV.381
United Kingdom ........................................................................................................................................................ IV.391
United States.............................................................................................................................................................. IV.401

PART V: HISTORICAL TIME SERIES FOR OECD COUNTRIES


Table 1: Natural gas production ......................................................................................................................................V.2
Table 2: Natural gas imports ...........................................................................................................................................V.4
Table 3: Natural gas exports ............................................................................................................................................V.6
Table 4: Natural gas consumption ...................................................................................................................................V.8
Table 5: Natural gas consumption in transformation..................................................................................................... V.10
Table 6: Natural gas consumption in energy industry own use ..................................................................................... V.12
Table 7: Natural gas final consumption ......................................................................................................................... V.14
Table 8: Natural gas consumption in transport .............................................................................................................. V.16
Table 9: Natural gas consumption in industry ............................................................................................................... V.18
Table 10: Natural gas consumption in other .................................................................................................................. V.20

PART VI: MAPS OF PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE ORGANISATION AND


REGULATION OF GAS TRANSPORTATION .......................................................................... VI.1
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1. INTRODUCTION
Natural Gas Information 2012 is the latest edition of a
publication on natural gas that has been produced annually since 1996. Previously, statistical information
on natural gas was included in the publication Oil and
Gas Information. However given the increasing importance of natural gas in the world, the need was
seen for a publication dedicated solely to this energy
source.
The report is intended to provide both energy policy
makers and those employed in all sectors of the gas
industry with information on current natural gas
trends and prospects.
Natural Gas Information 2012 brings together, in one
volume, the basic statistics compiled by the IEA on
natural gas supply and demand. It also includes information on prices, storage capacity, LNG versus
pipeline trade, LNG terminals as well as maps on the
distribution network in OECD countries1 2.
Part I of this publication provides a summary of the
IEA publication Medium-Term Gas Market Report
2012.
Part II of this publication provides summary tables of
world natural gas developments, with time series back
to early 1970s.
Parts III and IV provide, in tabular form, a more detailed
and comprehensive picture of gas supply and demand
for the OECD by region and individual countries.
Part V includes historical time series of production
and consumption by sector.

1. This document is without prejudice to the status of or sovereignty


over any territory, to the delimitation of international frontiers and
boundaries and to the name of any territory, city or area.
2. In this publication, country refers to a country or a territory, as the
case may be.

Part VI shows the gas pipeline network for important


gas regions and for each OECD country, and provides
some information on the organisation and regulation
of gas transportation in the country.
References to OECD countries in this publication
include the 34 member countries: Australia, Austria,
Belgium, Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark,
Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary,
Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea,
Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, New Zealand,
Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United
Kingdom and the United States. The IEA has 28
member countries: all the member countries of the
OECD except Chile, Estonia, Iceland, Israel, Mexico
and Slovenia.
Energy data for all individual member countries are
presented in Parts III, IV and V. OECD totals and regional aggregates are also provided. In some instances, particularly where energy forecasts are concerned, only IEA aggregates are used.
Statistics for OECD countries are based on data submissions from national administrations to the Secretariat. Statistics up to 2010 are from the Annual Gas
Statistics (AGS) questionnaire, while data for 2011 are
based on estimates submitted by national administrations.
Data for non-OECD countries are primarily from the
IEAs database on World Energy Statistics. The database covers supply and demand for all forms of energy
for over 100 non-OECD countries from 1971 to 2010.
The data have been collected from national statistical
publications and through collaboration with other international organisations and the energy industry.
Annual gas data are collected by the Energy Data
Centre (EDC) of the IEA Secretariat, headed by
Mr. Jean-Yves Garnier. Ms Laura Thomson was responsible for the natural gas data collection from countries
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until end of December 2011. Ms Ana Luisa So Marcos


took over from her and is currently responsible for
annual natural gas data collection and publication.
Also in the IEA Secretariat, thanks are due to the nonOECD member countries section of the Energy Data
Centre headed by Mr. Pierre Boileau and to the OECD
Balances section headed by Ms. Karen Treanton.
Mrs. Sharon Burghgraeve contributed her desktop
publishing support. Ms. Mieke Reece has overall responsibility for this publication.
Data from Parts III, IV and V are also available online
and on CD-Rom. For more information on other IEA
energy statistics publications or to order information,
please refer to the end of this publication.

In addition a data service is available on the internet. It


includes unlimited access through an annual subscription
as well as the possibility to obtain data on a pay-perview basis. Details are available at http://data.iea.org.
Enquiries about data or methodology in this publication should be addressed to:
Ms. Mieke Reece
Energy Data Centre,
International Energy Agency
9 Rue de la Fdration
75739 Paris Cedex 15
France
E-mail: mieke.reece@iea.org.

Whats New?
The OECD National Accounts has rebased the GDP and GDP PPP Series from 2000 to 2005 USD. As a result, those
series and all associated ratios now refer to 2005 USD.

Starting with this years edition, the prices for natural gas are presented per megawatt hour on a gross calorific
value (GCV) basis instead of per 107 kilocalories GCV in Tables 15 20 in part III.
Data on monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) is available for the new countries joining the OECD in 2010, i.e. Chile, Estonia and Slovenia with the exception of Israel for which data are not yet
available.

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2. RECENT DATA REVISIONS


OECD data
The IEA Secretariat finalised processing the latest
submissions of energy statistics from OECD member
countries on 31 March 2012 (covering the period
1960 2010). These data were subsequently published in the Energy Statistics of OECD Countries
(2012 edition) and in the Energy Balances of OECD
Countries (2012 edition) publications.
Natural gas supply and demand data for all OECD
countries are available for years 1971-2010. For 2011,
data were submitted in simplified questionnaires by
member countries - only supply data are available as
end-use consumption data usually lag one to two years.
In addition, most supply and demand data are available for the earlier years 1960-1970.

Non-OECD data
Data for non-OECD countries are primarily from
IEA's database on World Energy Statistics. The database covers supply and demand for all forms of energy for over 100 non-OECD countries for the period
1971 to 2010. The data have been collected from national statistical publications and through collaboration with other international organisations and the
energy industry. Non-OECD data for 2010 in Part II
of Natural Gas Information 2012 are provisional;
2011 data have been estimated. The complete and
final results obtained from this work will be published
in the annual IEA publication Energy Statistics of
Non-OECD Countries (2012 edition) and Energy
Balances of Non-OECD Countries (2012 edition).

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3. DEFINITIONS
Product definitions

with natural gas, and consumed as a blend. The origin


of the fuel could be oil, coal and renewables.
For example:

Natural gas

Oil: LPG for upgrading the quality e.g. heat content;

Natural gas comprises gases occurring in deposits,


whether liquefied or gaseous, consisting mainly of
methane. It includes both non-associated gas originating from fields producing hydrocarbons only in
gaseous form, and associated gas produced in association with crude oil as well as methane recovered
from coal mines (colliery gas). Manufactured gas (produced from municipal or industrial waste, or sewage)
and quantities vented or flared are not included. Data
in million cubic metres are measured at 15C and at
760 mm Hg, i.e. Standard Conditions.

Coal: manufactured gas for blending with natural


gas;

Gas data presented in terajoules are on a gross calorific basis. However, gas data expressed in MTOE
(mainly for comparison reasons with other fuels) are
on a net calorific basis. The difference between the
net and the gross calorific value is the latent heat
of vaporisation of the water vapour produced during
combustion of the fuel. For natural gas, the net calorific value is 10 per cent less than gross.

Definitions of supply and


consumption items

Renewables: biogas for blending with natural gas.

Imports and exports


Amounts are regarded as imported or exported when
they have crossed the political boundaries of the country, whether customs clearance has taken place or not.
Imports of liquefied natural gas cover only the dry
marketable equivalent after regasification. Imports by
country of origin and exports by country of destination shown in Part III concern imports of gas by ultimate origin for use in the country, and exports of domestically produced gas by ultimate destination.

Stock changes
Stock changes reflect the difference between opening
stock level at the first day of the year and closing
stock level at the last day of the year of stocks held on
national territory. A stock build is shown as a negative
number and a stock draw as a positive number.

Statistical difference
Indigenous production
All dry marketable production within national
boundaries, including offshore production. Production
is measured after purification and extraction of NGLs
and sulphur. Quantities reinjected, vented or flared,
are not included.

National administrations sometimes obtain the data


components of domestic availability from a variety of
sources. Owing to differences in concepts, coverage,
timing and definitions, observed and calculated consumption are often not identical. This is reflected in
statistical differences.

From other sources

Total consumption

Supplies of fuel of which production is covered in


other fuel energy balances, but which are blended

This represents deliveries of marketable gas to the


inland market, including gas used by the gas industry
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for heating and operation of their equipment and including losses in distribution.

Opening stocks
Refer to opening stock levels, at the first day of the
year, of stocks held on national territory (including
government controlled stocks).

Closing stocks
Refer to closing stock levels, at the last day of the
year, of stocks held on national territory (including
government controlled stocks).

Transformation
Transformation comprises fuel inputs to both public
and private electricity, combined heat and power
plants and heat plants. An autoproducer is an industrial establishment which, in addition to its main activities, generates electricity and/or heat, wholly or
partly for its own use. It includes railway's own production of electricity. Heat plants and combined heat
and power plants only cover fuel inputs for that part
of the heat which is sold to a third party. Transformation also comprises fuels used as feedstocks in gas
works, coke ovens, blast furnaces and the petrochemical industry.
Main activity producer electricity plants (formerly public plants): Includes inputs of gas for the production of
electricity in electricity plants whose primary purpose
is to produce, transmit or distribute electricity.
Autoproducers of electricity: Includes inputs of gas
for the production of electricity by an enterprise
which, in addition to its main activities, generates
electricity wholly or partly for its own use,
e.g. industrial establishments, railways, refineries, etc.
CHP Plants: Includes inputs of gas to combined heat
and power plants which generate electricity and useful
heat in a single installation. These could be either
main activity producer CHP plants or autoproducers.
Note that for autoproducer's CHP plants, all fuel inputs for electricity production are taken into account,
while for heat production, only that part of inputs to
heat which is sold to outsiders (e.g. to a network) is
shown. Fuel inputs for the production of heat consumed within the autoproducer's establishment are not
included here. Information on inputs to and outputs
from electricity and heat generation in CHP and Heat
plants should be used with caution as a consistent
separation of input fuels according to the type of energy output has not always been provided. The IEA
Secretariat has undertaken a programme of estimating the missing data where possible.
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Heat Plants: Includes inputs of gas to plants which are


designed to produce heat only. Data are available for
both autoproducer and main activity producer heat
plants. Data for autoproducer heat plants represent
inputs of fuel to plants which sell heat to a third party
under the provisions of a contract.
Gas works: This is natural gas used in gas works and
gasification plants. Gas used for heating and operation
of equipment is not included here but in the Energy
sector.
Gas conversion to liquids: Includes natural gas used
as feedstock for the conversion to liquids e.g. the
quantities of fuel entering the methanol production
process for transformation into methanol.
Other transformation: This refers to natural gas used
in coke ovens and blast furnaces or any other transformation process not included in above.

Energy industry own use


Natural gas used by energy industries for heating purposes and for operation of their equipment are reported under this heading. It includes coal mining, oil
and gas extraction (all activities involved in making
oil and gas marketable up to the point of shipment
from the producing area) as well as transformation
industries such as electricity generating plants, gas
works, coke ovens, and petroleum refineries.

Losses
These are losses due to transport and distribution as
well as pipeline losses.

Final consumption
Total Final consumption is the sum of consumption
by the different end-use sectors and non-energy use.

Transport
Transport covers gas inputs to all transport activities.
Road: Compressed natural gas for use in road vehicles.
Excludes natural gas consumed in stationary engines.
Pipeline transport: All quantities used in support of
the operation of pipelines.

Industry
The following industrial categories are defined with
reference to their ISIC (International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities) division
or group number. The ISIC numbers refer to series M,
No4/Rev.4, United Nations, New York, 2008.

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Iron and steel: ISIC group no. 241 and class 2431;
Chemical: ISIC division 20 and 21. Excludes petrochemical feedstocks. In previous editions the petrochemical feedstocks were included in energy use in
the industry sector: in this edition they have been included with non-energy use;
Non-ferrous metals: ISIC group no. 242 and class
2432;
Non-metallic minerals: Glass, ceramic, cement and
other building materials industries (ISIC division
no. 23);
Transport equipment: ISIC divisions 29 and 30;
Machinery: Fabricated metal products, machinery and
equipment other than transport equipment (ISIC divisions 25, 26, 27 and 28);
Mining and quarrying: ISIC divisions 07, 08 and
Group 099;
Food, beverages and tobacco: ISIC divisions 10, 11 and
12;
Pulp, paper and printing: ISIC divisions 17 and 18;
Wood and wood products: ISIC division 16;
Construction: ISIC division 41, 42 and 43;
Textiles and leather: ISIC division 13, 14 and 15;

Non-specified: Any manufacturing industry not included in the above categories (ISIC divisions 22, 31
and 32).
Natural gas used for production of electricity in the
different industry categories (autoproducers) are included in the transformation sector.

Other
Commerce and public services: ISIC divisions 33, 3639, 45-47, 52, 53, 55, 56, 58-66, 68-75, 77-82, 84 (excluding Class 8422), 85-88, 90-96 and 99.
Residential: All consumption by households (ISIC
division 97).
Agriculture (incl. fishing): All consumption by agriculture, fishing (ocean, coastal and inland fishing),
hunting and forestry. ISIC divisions 01, 02 and 03.
Non-specified: All activities not included elsewhere,
e.g. military (except air).

Non-energy use
Petrochemical feedstocks: Includes feedstocks to the
petrochemical industry (ISIC Group 201). In previous
editions the petrochemical feedstocks were included
in energy use in the industry sector: in this edition
they have been included with non-energy use;
Other: Includes non-energy use for any other industry
sub-sectors.

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4. SOURCES AND NOTES


The annual historical data in Parts IV and V are from
the IEA/OECD energy statistics databases. Please see
below for further information. Data for 2010 and 2011
will be subject to revisions as final annual statistics
become available.

Part III: OECD overview


The annual historical data for the OECD countries are
from the following sources:
Annual Gas Statistics (AGS): (see 4 Part II above).

Part I: Natural gas market


review
The summary of the publication Medium-Term Gas
Market Report 2012 was provided by the Gas, Coal
and Power Markets Division of the IEA (for more
information see Part I).

Part II: World overview


The annual historical data are from the IEA/OECD
energy statistics databases:
Annual Gas Statistics (AGS): This database covers
annual data for natural gas for OECD countries. Data
include detailed supply/demand balances, final consumption by end-use, trade by origin and destination
and stock levels and changes, all submitted by
national administrations in questionnaires to the
Secretariat.

Economic Indicators
Population: the main source of these series for 1970
to 2010 is National Accounts of OECD Countries,
Volume 1, 2011. Data for 2011 are estimated by the
IEA Secretariat. Data for 1960 to 1969 have been
estimated using the growth rates from the population
series published in the OECD Economic Outlook
No 76. For the Czech Republic, Hungary and
Poland (1960 to 1969) and Mexico (1960 to 1962),
the data are estimated using the growth rates from the
population series from the World Bank published in
the World Development Indicators CD-ROM. For the
Slovak Republic, population data for 1960 to 1989
are from the Demographic Research Centre, Infostat,
Slovak Republic.
Population for 2011 has been estimated using the
population numbers submitted on the Questionnaire
for country submissions for the SLT/CERT annual
review of energy policies.

Additional sources: The following outside sources


provided information for some tables in Part II:

GDP: the main source of these series for 1970 to 2010


is National Accounts of OECD Countries, Volume 1,
2011. GDP data for 1960 to 1969 have been estimated
using the growth rates from the series in the OECD
Economic Outlook No 76 and data previously published by the OECD. Data prior to 1986 for Chile,
prior to 1990 for the Czech Republic and Poland,
prior to 1991 for Hungary, and prior to 1992 for the
Slovak Republic are IEA Secretariat estimates based
on GDP growth rates from the World Bank.

Cedigaz: provided information on reserves.


Oil and Gas Journal: provided information on
world-wide gas reserves (2010 and 2011).

Energy Balances: These are annual statistics that integrate data from the IEA/OECD coal, electricity, renewables, oil and gas databases to provide a summary

Energy Statistics and Balances of Non-OECD Countries: This database covers supply and demand for all
forms of energy for over 100 non-OECD countries
and regions on an annual basis.

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of energy supply and demand in a common unit


(millions of tons of oil equivalent) for each OECD
country on an annual basis.
CO2 emissions: CO2 Emissions are calculated from
the IEA energy balances, using the default IPCC
methodology and emission factors as described in the
Revised 1996 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories.
Energy Prices and Taxes: These are monthly and
quarterly statistics for OECD countries and certain
non-OECD countries which cover import and export
prices, spot prices and end-user prices and taxes.
End-use prices are collected quarterly from national
administrations or other relevant bodies and supplemented with data from national published sources. In
general, the end-use prices include 1) transport costs
to the consumer; 2) prices actually paid, i.e. net of
rebates; and 3) taxes which have to be paid by the
consumer as part of the transaction and which are not
refundable. This excludes value-added tax paid in
many European countries by industry for all goods
and services. In these cases value-added tax is refunded to the customer, usually in the form of a tax
credit. Therefore, it is not shown as part of prices.
Import prices have been derived from customs statistics reported by member countries to Eurostat for
Europe, while those of the US come from the EIA
Natural Gas Monthly, those of Japan from JTrade and
those of Korea from the Korean Energy Review
Monthly. Import values reported by these sources are
in national currency, and imported quantities are reported in Terajoules. The IEA has converted these
data into national currency and USD per MBTU, using energy unit conversion factors for natural gas (see
Conversion factors).
The derived import price therefore merely gives an
indication of the average import cost rather than a
precise and exact import price. Please note that for
some countries (e.g. Germany) there is no breakdown available by origin.

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Part IV: OECD detailed data


Annual Gas Statistics (AGS): (see 4 Part II above).
Monthly Oil and Gas Statistics (MOS): The MOS
database is compatible with the AGS database with
the exception of final consumption data by end-use
categories, which are not available on a monthly basis. The data are collected on a monthly basis from
OECD member countries in the form of questionnaires. As the objective of the monthly statistics is to
provide timely information, these data are often provisional and subject to revision. In a number of cases,
therefore, the addition of 12 months may deviate
slightly from the equivalent annual data.
Monthly data are not yet available for the four member countries that joined OECD in 2010: Chile, Estonia, Israel and Slovenia.
Please note in the MOS tables for regional totals the
stock changes do not necessarily equal to the conventional calculation of stock changes, since a number of
countries do not report stock levels. Please also note
that some countries have minor breaks in stocks.

Part V: Historical series


All historical data are from Annual Gas Statistics
(AGS): (see 4, Part II above).

Part VI: Maps


The pipeline distribution and LNG ports maps were
supplied by the OECD member countries.
The section on Pipeline Infrastructure also includes
information on Ownership and Operation of Gas
Transmission systems and Storage Facilities, Transit
of Gas, Regulatory Features, Transportation Tariffs,
and Distribution.

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5. COUNTRY NOTES
Please note that as a result of revisions, data in
Natural Gas Information 2012 may differ from those
published earlier in Energy Statistics of OECD
Countries and Energy Balances of OECD countries
(see 2. Recent Data Revisions).
Natural gas data for 2011 are based on national administrations' own estimates, unless otherwise specified.

Australia
All data refer to fiscal years, which run from 1 July to
30 June (e.g. 2011 = 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011).
Data after 1973 are based on national surveys.
Prior to 1973, there are no detailed data available for
autoproducers and for sub-sector industry consumption. Autoproducer data are included in main activity
producer before 1974.
Final consumption data for 1999-2000 are estimated
by the national administration.
Prior to 1986, natural gas inputs to blast furnaces were
included in the iron and steel sector.

Austria
Consumption of natural gas in gas works within the
transformation sector stopped in 1980.
The break in the time series for autoproducers electricity and CHP plants between 1995 and 1996 is due
to the availability of more detailed data from 1996
onwards.
There are breaks in the time series between 1969 and
1970.
Differences due to measurement are included with
losses prior to 2000.
There are breaks in the time series for commercial/public services as this sub-sector is the residual of
the consumption data.
In the 2012 edition, the entire time series in cubic metres was revised. The data are now reported on a standard basis whereas in previous editions they were reported on a normal basis.

Belgium

Prior to 1991, natural gas data included ethane.


Between 2001 and 2002 there are breaks in series for
consumption data due to an industry structural shift
and changes in methodology.

Breaks in stock levels between 1990/1991 are due to


the inclusion of natural gas stocks held abroad and the
elimination of non-recoverable cushion gas.

Monthly export data are estimated by the Secretariat.

Breaks in stock levels between 2005/2006 are due to


new method to collect the data.

For reasons of data confidentiality, Australia no


longer provides a breakdown of exports by destination. These data are estimated by the IEA Secretariat.

As of 2000, natural gas has started to replace blast


furnace gas in the iron and steel industry.

Revisions were made back to 2005, there is therefore


a break in series between 2004 and 2005 in the energy
and transformation sub-sectors.

The drop in non-specified industry in 2003 is due to


improvements in data collection.
Imports include spot purchases.
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New legislation for data collection has led to breaks in


series for industry and energy industry own use between 2004 and 2005, and between 2007 and 2008.
From 2009 onwards, gas trade in Belgium includes
imported LNG which is regasified and subsequently
exported to other countries.

Canada
Prior to 1978, consumption in non-specified industry
includes gas used as fuel in oil refineries.
Data on natural gas consumption in the chemical industry is not available before 1976; in 1976 and 1977,
the figure includes only natural gas used as a feedstock (excluding use as energy).
Prior to 1978, agriculture is included in industry, and
no breakdown of industry data is available.
Starting in 1992, consumption in main activity producer CHP plants includes use in three new cogeneration facilities in the province of Ontario.
Prior to 1990, data for consumption of natural gas for
construction is not available.
The data reported in non-specified transformation
represents quantities of natural gas used for the upgrading of refined oil products.
In 2000, the increase in main activity electricity producer
data is due to new generation plants in Alberta and
Ontario, while the increase in autoproducer electricity
is due to the addition of independent power production.
Non-associated gas production data includes colliery
gas, as well as associated gas produced in Alberta.
There is a break in time series between 2008 and 2009
in the transformation and industry sub-sectors.

Chile
Inputs of natural gas to autoproducer CHP plants in
2009 are estimated by the Chilean Administration
based on electricity generation. In previous years
these inputs are included in autoproducer electricity.
Data for gas inputs to oil refineries are not available
for 2008 and 2009.
Data reported in From other sources represent LPG
injected into the natural gas distribution network.
These data are available from 2009.
Stock levels are available starting in 2009.
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Czech Republic
Data from 1993 onwards have been officially submitted by the Czech Statistical Office.
The break in series between 1993 and 1994 is due to a
change in the energy balance methodology between
the former CSFR and the Czech Republic.
Prior to 1994, data in the transport sector are for former Czechoslovakia.
Natural gas inputs into gas works ceased in 1996.
Reported natural gas stocks are higher than storage capacity, as some storage is located outside the Czech territory.
From 2008, hydrogen production is reported in petrochemical feedstocks as non-energy use.
Data for gas inputs to oil refineries are not available
for 2008 and 2009.
Data reported in From other sources represent LPG
injected into the natural gas distribution network.
These data are available from 2009.
Stock levels are available starting in 2009.

Denmark
The time series were revised back to 1972 by the
Danish Administration in 2004.

Estonia
Data for Estonia are available starting in 1990. Prior
to that, they are included in Former Soviet Union.
In 2009, Estonias main producer of fertilisers ceased
activity, resulting in a sharp decrease in the nonenergy use of natural gas.
In the 2012 edition, the entire time series in cubic metres was revised. The data are now reported on a standard basis whereas in previous editions they were reported at 20 degrees Celsius and 760 mm Hg.

Finland
Prior to 1989, natural gas consumption in residential
and agriculture/forestry has been estimated by the
Finnish Administration.

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Due to new system of data collection, the breakdown


between residential and commerce/public services is
available since 1995.
Data from 1990 to 1999 were revised by the national
administration in 2002. This leads to breaks in the
times series between 1989 and 1990.
A new survey system and a reclassification of the data
lead to breaks in the time series between 1999 and
2000.
There is therefore a break in series between 1999 and
2000 in the transformation and industry sub-sectors.

France

Prior to 1995, end-use consumption data are based on


Arbeitsgemeinschaft Energiebilanzen.
Also prior to 1995, inputs of natural gas for main activity producer heat are included with main activity
producer CHP.
From 1995 onwards, the industry sector breakdown is
based on the new 1995 NACE classification. This
leads to a number of breaks in series between 1994
and 1995.
In 2003, there is a break in series for electricity and
CHP plants (both autoproducers and main activity
producers).
From 2003 onwards, gas consumption in coke ovens
was negligible.

From 1990, statistical difference includes gas consumption that is not broken down by sector.

There are no official data for the construction sector


from 2004 onwards.

The export breakdown is not available from 2000.

Non specified imports include gas imported from UK


and Denmark.

From 1999 onwards new methodology was used for


preparing the natural gas balances which leads to
breaks in series between 1999 and 2000.
From 2000 onwards residential consumption includes
consumption in commerce/public services.
The breakdown of transformation for 2003 and 2004
was estimated.
Due to modifications in reporting methodology, there
is a break in the monthly trade data series, starting
with February 2003 data.
Pipeline imports from non-specified/other origin may
contain spot purchases of LNG.
There is a break in series for commerce/public services and residential in 2001.
Gas for pipelines is included in losses.
There is a break in series in the industry sub-sectors
from 2005 onwards.
Improvements in data collection for 2009 lead to
some breaks in series between 2008 and 2009.

Imports include transit-imports for other countries and


exports are mainly re-exports of natural gas originating from other countries.
From 2007 onwards Germany changed their methodology for reporting heat. This causes breaks in series
in transformation between 2006 and 2007.
There is a break in time series between 2009 and 2010
in different consumption sectors. Revisions back to
2005 are pending.

Greece
Natural gas produced in Greece has a high average
GCV, due to a high content of C2/C4 hydrocarbons.
In 1997, a new pipeline between Russia and Greece
became operational.
In 1998, residential consumption is included in
commerce/public services.
Production of natural gas stopped on 30 November
1998 and started again in December 1999.

Germany
Before 1970, there is no detailed breakdown available
for the industry sector with the exception of iron and
steel and chemical industries.
The breakdown of consumption between commerce/
public services, residential and agricultural is only
available since 1984.

Hungary
Due to a new methodology some breaks in series may
exist between 1996 and 1997.
From 1997 on, two autoproducer heat plants have
been reclassified to main activity producer heat plants.
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The increase in main activity producer CHP data in


2000 is due to a reclassification of autoproducer
plants into main activity producer plants.

There is a break in stocks between 1989 and 1990 due


to a revision in stock levels back to 1990.

There is a break in the stock levels between 2001 and


2002.

Starting in 1991, data for losses include some statistical differences. However, since 1994, improved collection methods have decreased these differences.

Statistical difference includes natural gas used for


refilling cushion gas.

The production of gas works gas from natural gas


ceased in 1996.

The high gas vented figure in 2003 is due to an accidental fire at a gas field.

No autoproducer data are available from 2000 onwards for confidentiality reasons - these data are included in main activity producer plants.

Prior to 2004, iron and steel consumption includes


transformation of natural gas in blast furnaces.

Ireland
Detailed consumption figures for the use of natural
gas in industry and other sectors are not available
prior to 1986.
The large increase in imports since 1996 is due to the
depletion of the Kinsale gas field and the availability
of a new pipeline system to the United Kingdom.

The more detailed breakdown of consumption for energy industry own use is only available from 2007.
Except for liquefaction plants, data in the energy sector are estimated and include statistical differences
and other non-specified consumption.
There is a break in series between 2003 and 2004 in
transformation and industry sectors.

Japan

The decrease of natural gas consumption within the


iron and steel industry from 2001 onwards, is due to
the shutdown of Irelands main steel plant.

From 1990 onwards, all data refer to fiscal year, which


run from 1 April to 31 March (e.g. 2011 = April 2010
to 31 March 2011).

Stock change data was reported for the first time in 2003,
thanks to improvements in the measurement of stocks.

From 2000 onwards, most of the gas works gas production and consumption has been included with natural gas.

Consumption in the chemical industry fell in 2003,


due to the shutdown of a fertilizer plant.
The increased consumption in food, beverages and
tobacco from 2003 is due to a new methodology.
The increased consumption in machinery in 2007 is a
result of changes in industry sub-sector structure and
fuel usage.

Israel
Imports of natural gas began in 2008.

Italy

Korea
The breakdown of final consumption has been estimated by the Secretariat for the years 1987 to 1991.
Consumption in the residential subsector was estimated for 1992.
Prior to 2007, consumption of natural gas in machinery was included with transport equipment. There are
breaks in series in industry sub-sectors in 2008 due to
a new classification.

Luxembourg

Prior to 1970, the breakdown of industry data is only


available for iron and steel and chemical industry; all
other industry data are included in non-specified industry.

There is a break in series in transformation and industry in 1982 due to a change in methodology.

Prior to 1990, consumption in commerce/public services is included in residential.

Residential consumption includes consumption in


commerce/public services, and agriculture.

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The large increase of gas consumption in transformation from 2002 onwards is due to a new 350 MW
combined cycle power plant.

In 2008, a new autoproducer CHP plant came onstream, accounting for the large consumption increases
in that year.

The steep decrease in consumption in the iron and


steel industry in 2008 is due to the principal producers reduction in activity.

In 2009, the increase in main activity electricity is due


to the opening of a new plant in the second half of
2008. The decrease in autoproducer electricity is a
result of companies changing their installations from
electricity only plants to CHP.

Data for final consumption is more detailed from


2000 onwards, thanks to new methodology.
Consumption in the non-ferrous metals subsector is
included in iron and steel for reasons of confidentiality.
Non-specified imports include gas purchased on the
spot market.
Gas inputs to electricity and CHP plants are included in
Total transformation sector for reasons of confidentiality.

Mexico
Natural gas reported in the IEA publications may be
different from what is reported in the Mexican energy
publications, as the IEA includes only dry gas and
excludes natural gas liquids.
The breakdown of the energy and other Sectors is
available only from 1993 onwards.
From 1993 to 1999, oil and gas extraction and nonspecified (industry) data were estimated.
Distribution losses and pipeline transport are included
in oil and gas extraction.

Netherlands
Significant breaks in series between 1981 to 1982 and
1983 to 1984 reflect the introduction of more comprehensive surveys on end-use consumption.
Between 1987 and 1988 a break in series is observed
in commerce/public services due to a major reorganisation of three public utility companies.
All heat plants were converted to CHP plants in 1990.
Consumption in the commerce/public services sector
includes consumption in other sectors.
Imports from Germany include imports from Russia.
From 2003 onwards, an improved method to allocate
unsold steam from autoproducer CHP has been used;
data are therefore not comparable with the earlier
years.

New Zealand
Main aggregates in the transformation, energy, transport, industry and other are estimated by the national
administration.
Losses are included in the statistical difference for the
years 1977-1979 and 1986-1992. The detailed consumption breakdown for industry has only been available for the years 1980 to 1985 and is shown below.
TJ

1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985

Total industry
12 005 14 111 18 819 23 656 27 416
Iron and steel
424 558 595 662 748
Chemical
- 1 264 1 560 3 540 4 500
of which non-energy use:
- 1 264 1 560 3 540 4 500
Non ferrous metals
87 190 216 240 258
Non-metallic mineral
1 063 2 139 1 528 1 520 1 913
products
Transportation equipment
Machinery
385 816 620 599 632
Mining & quarrying
8
88
Food, beverages &
2166 2 841 4 251 4 983 6571
tobacco
Pulp, paper & printing
158 3 522 4 152 5 012 5 497
Wood & wood products
142 268 142
84 100
Construction
1
46
65 109 130
Textiles & leather
249 446 499 540 553
Non-specified (industry)
7 330 2 021 5 191 6 359 6 426

30 324
800
4 620
4 620
308
2 273
1 009
105
7 175
5 367
138
105
613
7 811

In February 1997, production of synthetic gasoline


from natural gas ceased.
In 1998, two new autoproducer CHP plants came onstream, accounting for the very large consumption
increase in that year.
Gas inputs to autoproducer CHP plants were high in
2001 and 2003, to compensate for the low production
from main activity producer hydro plants, as a result
of dry weather.
A steep decline in consumption in chemical industry
in 2005 was caused by closure of the Motunui methanol production plant.
The Motunui plant was then reopened in late 2008
causing a corresponding increase in consumption in
chemical industry.
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Norway
The large increase in the oil and gas extraction sector
in 1992 results from the start up of new fields.
Prior to 2000 all data normally included under total
final consumption is reported under oil and gas extraction in energy sector own use. From 2000 pipeline
transport is included in oil and gas extraction.
Non-associated natural gas production ceased in 2000.
From 2002 onwards, domestic navigation is included
under non-specified transport.
The steep increase in non-specified transport in 2007
is due to the wider usage of gas-powered sea vessels.
For Norway, supply of natural gas is the residual of
two very large and opposite terms, production and
exports. As a result, large statistical differences in
some years may lead to discrepancies in the growth
rates of supply and demand of natural gas.
Starting in 2007, gas inputs to electricity and CHP
plants are included in Autoproducers Electricity for
reasons of confidentiality.

Poland
Prior to 2000, monthly natural gas has been estimated
by the Secretariat on the basis of quarterly published
data.
Due to an immature companies' classification system,
high statistical variations occur in certain consumption sectors.
The inputs of gas in the transformation sector have
been inferred by the Polish Administration and may
be out of line with historical data for some years.

Portugal
Portugal started to import natural gas in February 1997.
The decrease in natural gas used for gas works in
2001 is due to the closing of the Lisbon gas works
plant in May 2001.
Before February 2004, most LNG imports from Nigeria
arrive via the Huelva terminal in Spain, where they
are regasified and sent by pipeline to Portugal. Since
February 2004, LNG imports arrive directly at the
Sines terminal.

Slovak Republic
Data were revised for 1968-1969 and 1979-1992 in
2003. Data for 1970 are estimated by the Secretariat.
As a result, there are breaks in the series between
1969 and 1971, and between 1978 and 1979.
Consumption in other transformation between 1994
and 2003 is mainly natural gas used as a feedstock in
refineries to make LPG.
The GCV of indigenous production increased strongly
in 2002, as extraction ended in a field with low GCV.
Imports include gas used for pipeline compressor station.
Consumption in other transformation is mainly natural
gas used for production of hydrogen and in hydrocracking for gasoline.
From 2009 data for losses are no longer available.
There are inconsistencies in the time series for commercial/public services as this sub-sector is the residual of the consumption data.

Slovenia

Non-specified transformation represents natural gas


used for hydrogen manufacture in catalytic reforming
processes.

Data for Slovenia are available starting in 1990. Prior


to that, they are included in Former Yugoslavia.

Prior to 2000 natural gas used in the pipeline transport


was partly included in energy industry own use (gas
works).

A new energy data collection system was implemented in January 2001, causing some breaks in time
series between 1999 and 2000.

Imports reported from Other FSU are from Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan or Uzbekistan.
Natural gas reported in associated production contains
some heavier hydrocarbons.
Distribution losses may include some statistical
differences.
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Spain
Prior to 1982, natural gas consumption in textiles and
leather, transportation equipment and machinery has
been included in non-specified industry.

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The increase of natural gas used as feedstock starting


in 1988 reflects a substitution of naphtha for the production of fertilisers.

The increase of gas consumption in main activity


CHP plants in 1996 is due to more complete accounting for all producing entities.

Since 1990, the decrease of natural gas inputs into gas


works gas production is due to the substitution of
natural gas by manufactured gas.

The break in series between 1998 and 1999 for the


final consumption breakdown is due to the introduction of a new survey.

There is a break in series between 1993 and 1994 in


autoproducer CHP consumption, since a new survey
revealed a large number of CHP autoproducers that
had previously been included in industry consumption.

The breakdown of the sub-sectors in industry was estimated by the IEA Secretariat for 2000 and by the
National Administration from 2001 onwards.

As the gas grid was enlarged 1996-1997, total imports


and domestic supply increased significantly.
The large increase in main activity producer electricity
plants consumption is due to two main activity producer electricity plants running on natural gas in 1997.
From 2001 onwards, the final consumption breakdown is estimated by the national administration.
There is a break in stocks between 2002 and 2003,
due to an improvement in stock level data from 2003
onwards. The break in stocks between 2006 and 2007
is due to the new methodology of including stocks in
storage facilities in testing phase and in transport facilities. In 2009, there is a break in stocks due to the
exclusion of mechanically recoverable cushion gas
from the reported levels.
The consumption data for 2006 and 2007 have been
estimated on a different basis, thus causing breaks in
the energy industry own use and in final consumption.

Sweden

The breaks in series in 2007 and 2008 for CHP plants


are due to the closing of a plant in 2007 and the opening of another plant in 2008.

Turkey
Data on natural gas consumption in the chemical industry (for fertilisers) and in non-specified industry (dye
industry) are available starting from 1988 onwards.
Commerce/public services consumption was included
in the residential data before 2001.
Classification improvements resulted in a break in
series for non-energy use in the chemical industry in
2006.
Storage capacity has been reviewed which resulted in
a break in series for stock change in 2008.
Starting with 2009 figures, consumption data is collected by Turkeys Energy Market Regulatory Authority.
This leads to breaks in series across all sectors.

United Kingdom

Autoproducer inputs to waste-heat production that is


sold are reported in the respective end-use sectors and
not in the transformation sector.

Prior to 1985, losses include stock changes.

Prior to 1993, road transport is included in commerce/


public services.

From 1992 onwards, losses include metering differences and losses due to pipeline leakage.

In 2008 total final consumption and its breakdown


was estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on Statistics Sweden publications.

The consumption of natural gas in commercial is included with non-specified other while public services
is shown separately.

Switzerland

Consumption includes substitute natural gas made at


gas works and piped into the natural gas distribution
system.

The break in series between 1977 and 1978 is the result


of the introduction of a new survey by industry type.

Data in the non-specified industry sector refer to sales


by independent gas suppliers unallocated by categories.

The breakdown of the transformation and of the industry sector is estimated by the national administration.

The natural gas used to form synthetic coke oven gas


is reported under non-specified transformation.
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The large increase in imports in 2002 reflects increased supplies from the Norwegian sector of the
North Sea through the Vesterled pipeline which was
commissioned in the 4th quarter of 2001.
Imports from Belgium reflect imports from unknown
origin through the Bacton-Zeebrugge Interconnector.
The increase in LNG imports in 2009 is a result of the
expansion of the Isle of Grain terminal and two new
terminals at Milford Haven. These include gas that
arrived at the Isle of Grain terminal in November and
December 2008 but which was not unloaded until
2009.
Exports to Ireland include gas offtake by the Isle of
Man.

United States
A detailed breakdown of industry consumption is not
available for natural gas prior to 1995 (chemical consumption between 1990 and 1994 is estimated by the
national administration). From 1995 on, this breakdown is estimated by the Energy Information Administration, using the Manufacturing Energy Consumption

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Survey (MECS). No data are available for the construction and mining and quarrying industries.
Data on natural gas use in road transport were collected for the first time in 1991 and are not available
for previous years.
Data for natural gas consumption by autoproducer
CHP plants are available from 1989, and by autoproducer electricity and main activity producer CHP
plants from 1991. Prior to these years, this consumption is included with industry and commerce/public
services.
Breaks in transformation subsectors between 1999
and 2000 are the result of a new data reporting
method.
Puerto Rico is not included in US data. LNG imports
into Puerto Rico are reported under Non-OECD
Americas.
Inputs of gas works gas have been estimated from
1990 to 2002 on the basis of the output efficiency of
the process.
Non-energy use for all industry except chemical and
petrochemical were included with energy use until
2002.

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6. GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE
Australia excludes the overseas territories.
Denmark excludes Greenland and the Danish Faroes.
France includes Monaco and excludes the French
overseas territories Guadeloupe, Martinique, Guyane,
La Runion, St.-Pierre et Miquelon, NouvelleCaldonie and French Polynesia.
Germany includes the new federal states of Germany
from 1970 onwards.
Japan includes Okinawa.
Italy includes San Marino and the Vatican.
The Netherlands excludes Suriname and the
Netherlands Antilles.
Portugal includes the Azores and Madeira.
Spain includes the Canary Islands.
Switzerland does not include Liechtenstein.
United States includes continental US.
OECD Total1 comprises Australia, Austria, Belgium,
Canada, Chile, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia
Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland,
Ireland, Israel2, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg,
Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland,
Portugal, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, and the
United States.
OECD Americas comprises Canada, Chile, Mexico
and the United States.

1. Estonia and Slovenia are included starting in 1990. Prior to 1990,


data for Estonia are included in Former Soviet Union and data for
Slovenia in Former Yugoslavia in the publication Energy Statistics of
Non-OECD Countries.
2. The statistical data for Israel are supplied by and under the responsibility of the relevant Israeli authorities. The use of such data by the
OECD is without prejudice to the status of the Golan Heights, East
Jerusalem and Israeli settlements in the West Bank under the terms of
international law.

OECD Asia Oceania comprises Australia, Israel,


Japan, Korea and New Zealand.
OECD Europe1 comprises Austria, Belgium, the
Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy,
Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland,
Portugal, the Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,
Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
IEA comprises OECD countries except Chile, Estonia,
Israel, Iceland, Mexico and Slovenia.
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia comprises Albania,
Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina,
Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus3, Former Yugoslav
Republic of Macedonia (FYROM), Georgia, Gibraltar,
Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta,
Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia,
Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
OPEC comprises Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Iran,
Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia,
United Arab Emirates and Venezuela.
Africa comprises Algeria, Angola/Cabinda, Benin,
Cameroon, Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Gabon,
Ghana, Cte dIvoire, Kenya, Libya, Morocco,
Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa,
Sudan, United Republic of Tanzania, Tunisia, Democratic
Republic of Congo, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Other Africa.

3. Note by Turkey:
The information in this document with reference to Cyprus relates to
the southern part of the Island. There is no single authority
representing both Turkish and Greek Cypriot people on the Island.
Turkey recognizes the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC).
Until a lasting and equitable solution is found within the context of
United Nations, Turkey shall preserve its position concerning the
Cyprus issue.
Note by all the European Union Member States of the OECD and the
European Commission:
The Republic of Cyprus is recognised by all members of the United
Nations with the exception of Turkey. The information in this report
relates to the area under the effective control of the Government of the
Republic of Cyprus.

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Non-OECD Americas comprises Argentina, Bolivia,


Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican
Republic, El Salvador, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti,
Honduras, Jamaica, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua,
Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago,
Uruguay, Venezuela, Other Non-OECD Americas
(including Puerto Rico).
Asia comprises Bangladesh, Brunei, India, Indonesia,
Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, North Korea, Pakistan,

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Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Chinese Taipei,


Thailand, Vietnam and Other Asia.
China comprises People's Republic of China and
Hong Kong, China (unless otherwise specified).
Middle East comprises Bahrain, Islamic Republic of
Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar,
Saudi Arabia, Syrian Arab Republic, United Arab
Emirates (UAE) and Yemen.

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7. ABBREVIATIONS AND CONVERSION


FACTORS
General conversion factors
General conversion factors for energy
TJ

To:
From:

Gcal

Mtoe

MBtu

238.8

2.388 x 10

-3

10

10

GWh

multiply by:

TJ

Gcal

4.1868 x 10

Mtoe

4.1868 x 10

MBtu

1.0551 x 10

GWh

-3

3.6

-5

-7

947.8

0.2778

3.968

1.163 x 10

3.968 x 10

0.252

2.52 x 10

860

8.6 x 10

-8

-5

-3

11630

2.931 x 10

3412

st

lb

-4

Conversion factors for mass


kg

lt

0.001

9.84 x 10

Tonne (t)

1000

0.984

1.1023

2204.6

Long ton (lt)

1016

1.016

1.120

2240.0

Short ton (st)

907.2

0.9072

To:
From:

multiply by:

Kilogramme (kg)

Pound (lb)

0.454

4.54 x 10

-4

1.102 x 10

0.893
-4

4.46 x 10

-3

1
-4

2.2046

2000.0

5.0 x 10

-4

Conversion factors for volume


To:
From:

gal U.S.

gal U.K.

bbl

ft

cm

multiply by:

U.S. gallon (gal U.S.)

0.8327

0.02381

0.1337

3.785

0.0038

U.K. gallon (gal U.K.)

1.201

0.02859

0.1605

4.546

0.0045

Barrel (bbl)

42.0

34.97

5.615

159.0

0.159

7.48

6.229

0.1781

28.3

0.0283

Litre (l)

0.2642

0.220

0.0063

0.0353

0.001

Cubic metre (cm)

264.2

220.0

6.289

35.3147

1000.0

Cubic foot (ft )

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Conversion factors from mass or volume to heat


(Gross calorific value)
LNG**

GAS
Norway

To:
From:

MJ

Netherlands

Russia

Algeria

Btu

MJ

Btu

MJ

Btu

MJ

Btu

MJ

Btu

multiply by:

cm*

40.00

37660

40.00

37913

33.32

31581

38.23

36235

39.19

37145

Kg

54.25

51417

52.22

49495

42.07

39875

55.25

52363

52.46

49726

* at 15oC
** in gaseous state average OECD imports

Conversion factors for natural gas


Scm versus Ncm
Standard
cm

To:
From:

LNG versus GAS


Normal
cm

To:
From:

multiply by:

Standard cm*

0.948

Normal cm**

1.055

cm of LNG

Standard
cm*

2.22

1360

0.45

1
-4

Standard cm*

*1 Scm measured at 15 C and 760mm Hg


**1 Ncm measured at 0oC and 760 mm Hg

cm of
LNG

multiply by:

Metric ton of LNG

Metric ton
of LNG

7.35*10

615

1.626*10

-3

*1 Scm = 40 MJ

Gross versus net calorific value


1 NCV* = 0.9 GCV**
*NCV = Net Calorific Value
**GCV = Gross Calorific Value

Conversion factors for natural gas flow rates (*)


To

Bcm
per year

Million
tonnes
per year

Bcf/d

Tcf
per year

From:

PJ
per year

TWh
per year

MBtu
per year

multiply by:
7

0.9554

1.299

3.91x10

9.869

1.07x10

27.04

9.47x10

0.02388

3.41x10

Bcm per year

0.7350

0.09681

0.03534

40.00

11.11

3.79x10

Million tonnes
per year

1,360

0.1317

0.04808

54.40

15.11

5.16x10

Bcf/d

10.33

7.595

0.3650

413.2

114.8

Tcf per year


PJ per year
TWh per year

28.30
0.02500
0.09000

20.81
0.01838
0.06615

2.740
0.002420
0.008713

1
0.0008834
0.003180

1,132
1
3.600

MBtu per year 2.638x10-8 1.939x10-8 2.554x10-9 9.32x10-10 1.055x10-6


Mtoe per year

Mtoe
per year

1.047

0.7693

(*) based on gas with calorific value of 40 MJ/cm

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0.1013

0.03698

41.87

314.5
0.2778
1
2.93x10
11.63

-7

1
3.97x10

0.08598
2.520x10

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Country specific conversion factors


Average* Gross Calorific Value of Natural Gas
(kJ/m3)
Albania
Algeria
Angola
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Belarus
Belgium
Bolivia
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Brazil
Brunei Darussalam
Bulgaria
Cameroon
Canada
Chile
China, People's Republic
Colombia
Congo
Congo, Democratic Republic
Cote d'Ivoire
Croatia
Cuba
Czech Republic
Denmark
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Egypt
Estonia
Finland
France
Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Gabon
Georgia
Germany
Greece
Hong Kong (China)
Hungary
India
Indonesia
Iran, Islamic Republic
Iraq
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Korea
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lebanon
Libya
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malaysia
Mexico
Moldova, Republic

Production

Imports

Exports

Consumption

38 889
42 000
38 000
38 945
41 734
37 936
38 766
38 000
38 248
38 622
38 940
39 425
40 660
35 618
38 000
38 342
39 091
38 931
34 598
38 000
38 000
37 283
37 823
36 957
37 132
41 640
48 441
38 000
38 341
37 700
36 144
33 545
49 919
35 713
38 531
40 600
39 356
38 000
37 705
37 779
38 100
44 211
38 000
39 734
41 697
38 000
39 020
38 000
39 249
38 147
-

38 945
37 700
39 997
37 973
38 360
38 622
39 688
37 861
39 425
38 009
38 342
39 091
38 931
37 825
37 991
41 563
38 000
37 959
37 868
40 355
37 615
39 358
37 860
38 651
38 000
38 073
38 775
39 356
39 977
38 440
38 100
38 974
38 000
39 019
41 681
38 000
39 020
37 281
38 897
37 211
40 762
39 249
38 493
36 750

42 000
38 945
40 000
37 934
38 979
39 344
38 940
40 660
38 342
38 931
34 598
37 815
37 994
41 640
38 000
40 300
37 337
38 629
40 600
39 356
38 100
39 017
38 000
39 249
39 393
-

38 889
42 000
38 000
38 945
37 700
42 774
37 978
38 766
38 000
38 248
38 622
39 687
38 940
37 861
39 425
40 660
37 782
38 000
38 379
39 100
38 931
34 598
38 000
38 000
37 283
37 826
36 957
37 961
41 640
38 000
48 441
38 000
37 959
37 868
40 340
37 617
37 700
39 326
37 170
38 744
38 000
37 574
38 730
40 600
39 356
38 000
39 753
37 779
38 100
39 341
38 000
41 288
41 810
38 000
39 020
37 281
38 897
38 000
37 211
40 762
39 249
38 199
36 754

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Average* Gross Calorific Value of Natural Gas


(kJ/m3)
Production

Imports

Exports

Consumption

39 170
38 000
39 269
33 336
38 000
39 776
37 589
38 000
38 000
38 000
38 000
32 317
44 922
38 307
29 570
41 400
37 072
38 230
38 000
33 494
37 031
40 103
39 922
38 000
40 324
37 700
37 263
38 000
38 000
36 396
38 937
43 727
38 315
37 700
39 000
39 861
37 876
38 260
37 889
44 380
38 612
40 600

39 170
33 339
38 000
38 000
38 000
38 000
38 071
40 544
37 064
38 230
37 494
38 000
38 097
37 861
38 000
40 333
41 964
38 087
37 700
41 449
38 000
36 396
39 752
38 522
38 000
39 595
38 757
38 000
38 154
37 889
44 380
-

38 000
39 269
33 339
38 000
39 776
38 000
38 000
38 000
44 922
37 749
41 400
38 230
39 281
40 366
38 937
38 317
37 700
39 000
39 585
37 876
37 698
37 889
38 612
40 600

39 170
38 000
39 269
33 339
38 000
39 775
37 589
38 000
38 000
38 000
38 000
32 317
44 922
38 307
35 224
40 544
41 400
36 966
38 230
38 000
33 494
37 441
38 000
38 092
37 868
38 000
40 308
41 964
38 087
37 700
41 185
38 000
38 000
36 396
38 937
42 600
38 549
37 700
39 000
39 785
38 445
38 000
38 260
37 889
44 380
38 612
40 600

Morocco
Mozambique
Myanmar
Netherlands
Nigeria
Norway
New Zealand
Oman
Other Africa
Other Asia and Pacific
Other Non-OECD Americas
Pakistan
Peru
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Qatar
Romania
Russian Federation
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Singapore
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Syrian Arab Republic
Chinese Taipei
Tajikistan
Tanzania, United Republic
Thailand
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
Ukraine
Uruguay
United States
Uzbekistan
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yemen
* Average values for 2005 to 2010.
Source: Annual Gas Statistics

Abbreviations and conventions


Abbreviations
Mt
Mtoe
Mcm

Million metric tons


Million tons of oil equivalent
Million cubic metres

Btu
cm
Bcm

British thermal unit


cubic metre
Billion cubic metres

TJ
MJ

Terajoule
Megajoule

Conventions
x
..
0.00

Nil
Not applicable
Not available
Negligible (depending on the number of decimals)

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c:
dc:
e:

confidential
data breakdown confidential
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PART I
NATURAL GAS MARKET REVIEW

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NATURAL GAS MARKET REVIEW 2012:


OVERVIEW
The text below is an extract from the IEA publication
Medium-Term Gas Market Report 20121. More
information about this publication and how to order
this book can be obtained from the IEA website:
www.iea.org.
World natural gas demand climbed to an estimated 3 361 billion cubic meters (bcm) in 2011,
translating into an annual growth rate of 2%,
much lower than the 7% recorded in 2010. This
growth does not quite put natural gas demand
back on its pre-crisis track, when natural gas demand was growing at 3% per year. Natural gas demand increased in all regions; in particular, Chinas
gas demand increased by 21%, reaching 130 bcm.
However, it collapsed in Europe, where it plummeted
by 9% to levels even lower than in 2009. The correction, which had been predicted in the Medium-Term
Gas Market Report 2011, can be attributed to a mixture of low economic growth and higher gas prices
and was exacerbated by mild weather. In particular,
gas-fired plants have been affected by sluggish European power demand and the strong growth of renewables, as well as increasing difficulties competing
against coal-fired plants due to both relatively high
gas prices and extremely low CO2 prices. Even the
decommissioning of a number of German nuclear
power plants in early 2011 did not translate into increasing gas demand in the German power sector. The
OECD Americas region benefitted from low gas
prices, which boosted the share of gas in the power
generation and industrial sectors, notably in the
United States. In OECD Asia Oceania, additional

1. Please note that the data mentioned in this article may differ from
the tables in Natural Gas Information 2012, as all data were not available or were provisional at the time of publication of the Medium-Term
Gas Market Report 2012.

demand mostly originated from Japan, as the country


replaced missing nuclear generation partly by gasfired generation, following the earthquake and tsunami and the subsequent incidents at the Fukushima
Daichi plant. Higher consumption in non-OECD regions was driven by economic growth and increasing
needs in both the power and industrial sectors. Gas
markets grew strongly in Asia, the Middle East and in
Africa, but more moderately in Latin America and
Former Soviet Union (FSU)/Non-OECD Europe.
Global gas supply increased by 3% in 2011, reaching 3 375 bcm. The 93 bcm increase was almost
entirely from three countries: the United States,
Russia and Qatar. Global gas supply increased actually faster than demand, as additional gas was needed
to replenish gas storage facilities in Europe, which
were below normal levels in early 2011, while the
United States faced an unprecedented surplus of gas
in its storage facilities at end-2011. From a regional
perspective, gas production increased significantly in
OECD Americas, the FSU/Non-OECD Europe and
the Middle East, but quite marginally in Latin America,
and OECD Asia Oceania. However, European gas
production declined sharply by 9.3% from 2010.
The situation in 2011 was nothing like business as
usual on the supply side, given the unrest in North
Africa and the Middle East. Although attention was
very much on oil following the disruption of 1.5 million barrels per day (mb/d) of Libyan oil, some shortages were also observed on the gas side. In particular,
gas production dropped sharply in Libya and Syria,
resulting in Libyan supplies to Italy being disrupted
during several months in 2011. Meanwhile, the repeated bombing of the Arab Gas Pipeline linking Egypt
to Israel, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon deprived these
countries of part of their natural gas imports, which in
some cases constituted most of their gas supplies.
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Unconventional gas represented 16% of global gas


production as of 2011. Despite the growing interest
in shale gas, half of unconventional gas production
consisted actually of tight gas. Production increases in 2011 came mostly from North America,
where shale gas continues to boom despite record
low gas prices and the reduction in the number of
rigs. In addition to shale gas and tight gas, associated
gas from light tight oil plays is also growing in importance. Together, production from these three sources
now more than compensates for the decline in US
conventional gas production. Over the medium term,
unconventional gas production is expected to continue
to expand, again coming primarily from North America,
where US shale gas production continues to boom.
Outside this region, tight gas and coalbed methane
(CBM) will be the largest contributors to incremental
production. In the Middle East, Africa and Latin
America, tight gas could complement existing conventional gas, while CBM is projected to increase
markedly in China and Australia. Other countries with
significant shale gas potential face a number of challenges in addition to environmental issues, such as
pricing, lack of transport infrastructure, upstream
competition or the more active presence of a mature
service industry. Consequently, new shale gas production developments are projected to be somewhat limited over the next five years, with the most likely
developments taking place in China and Poland.
The global trade balance is visibly shifting to Asia,
which is now not only attracting increasing flows
of liquefied natural gas (LNG), but also of pipeline
gas. Global LNG trade increased by 9.4% to reach
327 bcm in 2011, which represents a significant
slowdown compared to the record 21% increase in
2010. The reason behind this slowdown is that only a
single new liquefaction plant came on line in 2011, in
Qatar, but additional LNG was still being produced
from those started in 2010 and progressively reaching
plateau during 2011. Nevertheless, LNG trade was
still increasing faster than global gas demand. The
bulk of these additional LNG supplies went to the
hungry Asian markets, notably to Japan, which
needed to import more LNG as nuclear generation
steadily collapsed in that country following Fukushima. Meanwhile, the United States imported even
lower LNG volumes and European LNG imports remained flat. This stability is actually remarkable considering the collapse of European demand and of its
import requirements. On the pipeline side, Turkmenistans exports to China more than tripled from 2010
levels following the expansion of the Central Asia
Gas Pipeline.
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Regional gas prices continued to drift further


apart, as Henry Hub (HH) gas prices reached
levels below USD 2 per million British thermal
units (MBtu) the lowest prices in a decade, while
European spot and contract gas prices stabilised at
between USD 8 and USD 10/MBtu and average
import prices in Japan reached USD 17/MBtu during the second half of 2011. The gap between
Japanese LNG prices and HH prices actually widened,
from around USD 7/MBtu in January 2011 to over
USD 14/MBtu in March 2012. Regional prices are
increasingly determined by their respective regional
dynamics. Although oil and gas prices are no longer
as correlated as before 2009, European gas prices continue to be influenced by oil price movements. The
weaker influence of oil prices reflects an increase in
both volumes sold at the different continental spot
markets and spot indexation in some long-term supply
contracts. Despite the increasing LNG volumes available on global markets, the prospect of a global gas
price not only did not materialise, but also looks increasingly less plausible. The North American gas
market is expected to remain disconnected from other
regional markets, while Asia still needs to develop a
true market price, reflecting natural gas supply/
demand balances rather than the fundamentals of the
oil market.
Volumes of natural gas traded on European spot
markets increased markedly in 2011, driven by the
price differential between oil-indexed gas and gas
traded on hubs and regulatory developments,
which continued to facilitate hub trading. In 2011,
physical volumes traded on the European continent
grew by 8%, reaching 162 bcm, while traded volumes
jumped by around a third to 542 bcm a level higher
than total European gas demand. Despite these positive developments, most European spot markets still
lack liquidity. The National Balancing Point (NBP) is
the only truly liquid spot market. Meanwhile, continental European spot markets have generally low
churn rates and an insufficient number of products
that can be traded.
Global gas demand is projected to reach 3 937 bcm
by 2017, 576 bcm higher than today. These forecasts for natural gas demand over 2011-17 reflect
three significant expected developments:
Gas demand surges in the United States, increasing by around 90 bcm, with the power
generation sector being the primary driver contributing to nearly three-quarters of this
growth. In the power sector, gas benefits from low
gas prices to increase its market share at the expense of coal. There are still a certain number of

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factors limiting the growth of gas within this sector, including the amount of switchable capacity,
low prices of Powder River Basin's coal, coal contracts, and technology factors, but the push towards more gas seems inevitable. The US industry
takes advantage of low US gas prices, notably in
the petrochemical sector and for fertiliser producers. A wild card remains the penetration of gas in
the transport sector for heavy-duty vehicles.
China remains the fastest growing market as its
gas consumption doubles from 130 bcm in 2011
to 273 bcm in 2017, translating into an annual
growth rate of 13% per year. Gas demand increases in all sectors except for use by fertiliser
producers. To reach these levels, there are certain
key policy issues regarding pricing and regulation
that China is assumed to have tackled. In particular, the power generation sector is key and gasfired plants need to be more competitive against
coal-fired plants.
There is no Golden Age of Gas in Europe, as
gas demand remains below 2010 levels during
the whole projection period. Gas consumption is
hit by the triple whammy of 1) low economic
growth translating into slow power demand increases and sluggish development of the industrial
sector, 2) high gas prices, notably over the coming
two years, and 3) the strong growth of renewables.
Corrected from weather conditions, residential gas
demand will recover after the very mild 2011. The
industrial sector struggles amid prices three to four
times higher than in the United States, which becomes a new competitor for European-based petrochemical and fertiliser industries. Unlike their
US counterparts, European industrials will not see
any benefits of lower gas prices induced by shale
gas developments. In the power generation sector,
the boom of renewable energy sources actually results in declining generation by combustible fuels,
whereby gas has to compete against coal. In the
absence of a higher CO2 price, gas-fired plants are
projected to struggle, especially over the coming
few years.
Many Asian, Middle Eastern, African and Latin
American countries share the potential risk that,
given low domestic gas prices and in some cases,
more difficult fields to develop, domestic gas supply does not increase sufficiently to meet their potential gas demand. This leaves them with two options, besides fixing their gas policies: either curb
gas demand or import (often more expensive) gas.
Over the coming five years, many South Asian countries will become LNG importers, including current

exporters such as Malaysia and Indonesia. More than


half the Middle Eastern countries are importing or
will import natural gas, either from outside the region
through LNG or via pipeline from Egypt, Turkmenistan, or from the region, i.e. from Qatar, the only
country able to handle increasing domestic and export
demand. Middle Eastern demand grows faster than
production over the medium term. Rapidly increasing
domestic gas demand also leaves very little room for
additional exports from Algeria and Egypt, while
Latin American countries have to import increasing
amounts of LNG.
On the production side, the FSU/Non-OECD
Europe and OECD Americas regions will be the
most important providers of additional gas supplies, as they represent 43% of the additional production reaching markets during 2011-17. Russia is
projected to start major projects such as the Yamal
Peninsula, although it has yet to take Final Investment
Decisions (FIDs) on the next projects. Given the
gloomy demand perspectives in Europe, Russias
main export market, the country is likely to turn more
proactively to other export possibilities, namely LNG
and Asian markets. Despite the record low gas prices
and number of rigs, US gas production growth has
been accelerating, boosted by the development of
light tight oil, a trend that is expected to continue over
the coming five years, putting the United States
slightly ahead of Russia in terms of natural gas production in 2017. While Middle Eastern gas production
is projected to grow significantly, there are still considerable uncertainties, notably concerning developments in Iraq and Iran. Over the coming years, there
will be increasing interest in the development of the
next new promising production centre the African
East coast.
Global LNG trade will slow down considerably
over the coming three years before abruptly accelerating again in 2015, as both the new wave of
Australian LNG and exports from the United States
are projected to come on line. This slowdown is due
to limited new LNG capacity (25 bcm) starting over
2012-13. There are 13 LNG projects amounting to
114 bcm/y currently under construction worldwide (or
already started in 2012), which are expected to be operational by 2017. In addition, new LNG capacity will
start in North America, notably the Sabine Pass project, which received authorisation from the Federal
Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in April
2012. Most of these new projects will not be cheap,
with construction costs anticipated to be twice as high
as those for plants which came online over 2009-11.
Most will sell gas at oil-indexed prices. The exception,
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both in terms of capital costs and indexation, is the US


gas project, because its pricing formula is based on
HH gas prices. This makes this gas relatively competitive against oil-indexed gas in Asia, unless HH gas
prices quadruple. Australia is set to become the new
Qatar, with one plant started in May 2012, seven
plants currently under construction and many others
close to reaching FID. However, these projects are
likely to face many challenges, including higher capital costs and workforce shortages; they are expected
to come on line later than announced. Indeed, four of
these projects are first-of-a-kind, including three
CBM-to-LNG projects and a floating LNG plant.
Despite an impressive list of planned LNG liquefaction projects, it remains to be seen which projects will
ultimately take FID.
The next five years will see growing needs to import gas in Asia and Europe, and in a more limited
way, in the Middle East and Latin America. The

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main suppliers for these needs will be LNG, which


will increase by one-third to 426 bcm by 2017, but
also FSU pipeline exports, while exports from the
Middle East are expected to remain flat. This requires in some cases building new interregional transport capacity comprised of both pipeline and LNG
regasification terminals. At present, over 120 bcm of
new regasification capacity is under construction as of
early 2012, two-thirds of which is concentrated in
Asia, notably China and India. Meanwhile, only three
pipelines are under construction: the second part of
the Nord Stream pipeline between Russia and
Germany, the Central Asia Gas Pipeline between several Caspian countries and China, as well as the
Myanmar to China pipeline. While China appears as a
major centre for new imports, it also represents a major uncertainty for future investors if the shale gas
revolution also takes place in China and reduces import needs over the longer term.

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PART II
WORLD OVERVIEW

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Graph 1 - World natural gas production by region


4000

3500

Billion Cubic Meters

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

OECD

Non-OECD Americas (NOA)

Europe/Eurasia (EUS)

Africa (AFR)

Middle East (MEA)

Asia (ASI) incl. China

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

2003

2002

2001

2000

1999

1998

1997

1996

1995

1994

1993

1992

1991

1990

1989

1988

1987

1986

1985

1984

1983

1982

1981

1980

1979

1978

1977

1976

1975

1974

1973

500

Graph 2 - World natural gas consumption by region


1973

2011

1000
900
800
Billion Cubic Metres

700
600
500
400
300
200
100
0
OAM

EUR

OAO

OAM= OECD Americas


EUR = OECD Europe
OAO = OECD Asia Oceania

NOA

EUS

NOA = Non-OECD Americas


EUS= Europe/Eurasia
AFR = Africa

AFR

MEA

ASI

MEA = Middle East


ASI = Asia including China

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Table 1: World natural gas production


Million cubic metres
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

62 943
761
10 887
611 652
686 243

75 341
625
12 428
615 085
703 479

109 071
1 679
25 579
506 604
642 933

183 803
1 778
46 629
545 880
778 090

176 326
1 733
47 180
571 121
796 360

163 877
1 845
47 994
584 336
798 052

159 829
1 848
50 168
604 343
816 188

160 421
1 467
49 076
651 293
862 257

2 146
126
2 433
179
4 884

4 048
54
2 595
481
7 178

20 475
34
2 119
4 910
27 538

38 345
2 606
3 729
354
4 399
49 433

39 788
3 450
3 706
217
4 273
51 434

44 585
2 670
3 555
501
4 491
55 802

49 065
3 240
3 343
542
4 832
61 022

55 784
4 271
3 333
452
4 375
68 215

Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*

1 946
44
510
..
7 738
17 049
3 786
13 460
46 271
5 783
635
..
2
18 700
115 924

2 365
48
474
..
8 046
23 124
4 879
15 407
75 064
6 458
496
..
1
29 210
165 572

1 359
12
262
3 137
2 857
18 919
123
4 874
2 318
17 296
76 249
27 642
4 095
438
24
1 471
4
212
49 672
210 964

1 950
201
9 223
1 107
18 612
21
2 615
457
9 706
75 968
91 574
6 040
128
3
18
893
76 074
294 590

1 616
199
10 085
962
16 093
14
2 643
438
9 255
83 572
102 040
5 750
102
3
17
1 017
73 535
307 341

1 759
178
8 418
911
14 953
11
2 968
391
8 013
78 712
106 301
5 862
103
3
14
684
62 479
291 760

1 810
203
8 220
777
13 042
7
2 900
387
8 406
88 510
109 648
6 079
104
7
57
682
59 776
300 615

1 776
183
7 063
563
11 903
6
2 766
347
8 449
80 575
106 218
6 247
114
2
52
761
47 594
274 619

IEA Total

795 277

863 122

854 119

1 071 097

1 102 769

1 093 102

1 122 562

1 150 275

OECD Total*

807 051

876 229

881 435

1 122 113

1 155 135

1 145 614

1 177 825

1 205 091

6 520
71
129
1 503
6
326
1 914
9 350
61
19 880

6 629
2 036
195
1 903
14
315
1 900
11 268
51
24 311

20 326
3 333
3 823
4 537
34
422
5 613
21 754
246
60 088

46 493
14 048
10 814
8 245
1 235
2 691
42 201
26 500
653
152 880

46 758
14 674
13 877
8 840
1 178
3 362
41 849
24 100
412
155 050

44 401
12 622
11 662
11 958
1 155
4 248
43 234
23 060
431
152 771

42 251
14 746
14 737
12 673
1 072
7 897
44 754
24 270
485
162 885

40 857
15 999
16 726
12 458
1 092
11 846
42 810
24 998
488
167 274

126
312
-

191
212
-

243
9 900
297
14
1 983
61

17
10 832
201
290
2 892
16

9
16 273
203
214
2 729
13

9
16 280
205
17
2 705
9

14
16 622
213
73
2 727
8

16
16 361
222
476
2 341
7

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
OECD Americas
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
OECD Asia Oceania

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Venezuela
Other
Non-OECD Americas
Albania
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990.

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Table 1: World natural gas production (continued)


Million cubic metres

Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Romania
Russian Federation
Serbia
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia
Algeria
Angola
Cameroon
Cote d'Ivoire
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Gabon
Libya
Morocco
Mozambique
Nigeria
South Africa
Tunisia
Other
Africa
Bahrain
Iraq
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
UAE
Yemen
Middle East
Bangladesh
Brunei Darussalam
Chinese Taipei
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Pakistan
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other
Asia
China, People's Rep.
Non-OECD
World

1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

27 764
216 867
1 177
246 246

30 069
241 183
1 561
273 216

7 114
83
28 336
628 892
651
112
84 881
27 886
40 729
..
..
831 182

22 336
15
11 523
635 190
244
15
69 225
21 104
65 018
..
..
838 918

24 682
17
11 369
650 766
285
36
70 853
21 444
67 422
..
..
866 315

27 200
15
11 252
577 375
263
38
38 341
21 122
61 248
..
..
756 079

28 330
12
10 855
657 291
387
41
45 527
20 171
59 951
..
..
842 222

28 500
12
10 964
677 010
400
40
54 632
20 294
58 752
..
..
870 027

2 395
44
86
1
96
1 596
53
211
1
2
4 485

4 030
67
89
1
490
4 185
72
434
109
2
9 479

43 044
540
8 242
110
6 200
53
4 000
1 842
352
8
64 391

81 539
830
367
1 574
60 000
2 920
167
16 460
64
2 751
32 500
1 782
2 055
591
203 600

81 747
680
381
1 656
62 266
5 950
187
17 128
52
3 069
31 730
1 069
2 063
611
208 589

78 553
690
315
1 518
62 078
6 270
185
15 900
44
3 000
23 206
630
2 400
750
195 539

79 730
730
318
1 666
61 598
6 740
195
16 810
53
3 284
33 068
570
2 901
852
208 515

76 780
770
320
1 700
60 982
6 900
200
4 100
55
3 566
35 912
600
2 484
865
195 234

930
930
8 031
5 195
927
1 409
1 045
18 467

1 645
1 210
11 884
6 065
1 450
1 880
1 251
25 385

4 349
3 980
22 602
124
4 028
2 984
6 245
26 005
1 689
20 110
92 116

8 919
2 354
122 632
202
12 060
27 402
61 878
70 464
6 200
51 200
363 311

9 558
3 313
127 684
187
12 700
27 824
78 306
74 747
5 900
50 230
390 449

9 665
4 725
137 414
198
11 489
28 821
89 389
75 123
6 190
48 820
533
412 367

9 900
5 129
143 361
167
11 900
31 516
120 568
81 423
8 940
51 270
6 397
470 571

9 900
5 283
148 952
148
13 748
30 823
151 433
92 171
9 718
51 783
9 300
523 259

463
116
1 121
718
277
84
70
3 157
2 542
8 548

639
1 831
1 505
762
381
118
107
3 827
2 687
11 857

4 775
9 472
1 290
12 766
48 252
16 520
956
14 105
6 384
3
299
114 822

15 911
12 913
417
31 479
71 464
57 925
13 520
39 412
3 687
25 976
7 161
6 378
286 243

17 004
12 418
357
31 729
73 680
60 886
12 400
38 083
3 883
29 421
7 921
6 054
293 836

18 501
11 500
351
46 479
76 845
55 424
11 540
39 296
3 909
27 409
8 555
7 085
306 894

19 745
11 294
296
51 225
85 664
54 413
12 100
38 842
3 679
31 588
9 788
6 242
324 876

19 745
11 780
300
46 327
91 660
54 685
11 773
38 259
3 700
29 851
8 907
6 975
323 962

3 744

5 986

15 300

69 240

80 300

85 269

94 848

103 100

301 370

350 234

1 177 899

1 914 192

1 994 539

1 908 919

2 103 917

2 182 856

1 108 421

1 226 463

2 059 334

3 036 305

3 149 674

3 054 533

3 281 742

3 387 947

2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.

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Table 2: World natural gas production


Terajoules
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

2 385 547
29 746
430 667
23 485 700
26 331 660

2 855 419
24 457
490 563
23 388 315
26 758 754

4 120 688
65 611
1 058 653
19 455 013
24 699 965

7 043 320
69 355
1 782 114
20 929 601
29 824 390

6 746 226
67 578
1 774 732
21 854 831
30 443 367

6 297 778
71 956
1 786 656
22 316 957
30 473 347

6 156 621
71 948
1 949 685
23 036 053
31 214 307

6 179 432
57 960
1 963 125
24 874 306
33 074 823

83 405
4 880
99 847
4 890
193 022

157 311
2 097
106 475
13 147
279 030

797 340
1 316
89 203
180 122
1 067 981

1 610 348
98 431
166 369
14 770
169 570
2 059 488

1 698 150
130 310
165 667
9 058
159 992
2 163 177

1 829 481
100 849
159 411
20 869
167 242
2 277 852

1 978 561
124 307
149 324
22 579
179 342
2 454 113

2 303 169
163 871
148 898
18 860
161 960
2 796 758

76 291
1 763
18 169
..
281 495
563 920
143 854
512 808
1 541 697
211 161
23 047
..
67
728 105
4 102 377

91 006
1 913
16 884
17
..
292 687
764 857
187 345
587 010
2 501 073
226 591
18 006
..
59
1 137 344
5 824 792

51 014
450
9 337
128 852
117 032
629 513
6 426
177 314
87 127
652 664
2 540 607
1 123 348
110 621
15 734
940
59 228
140
8 120
1 903 851
7 622 318

73 899
7 630
384 607
42 585
609 138
1 026
93 251
17 181
369 799
2 532 697
3 632 557
181 274
5 056
120
727
34 202
3 019 712
11 005 461

61 262
7 468
419 374
37 724
526 334
681
93 312
16 477
352 617
2 786 225
4 053 028
171 652
4 065
120
652
38 965
2 916 752
11 486 708

66 667
6 775
349 886
35 516
517 126
545
106 405
14 814
305 293
2 624 186
4 218 715
171 089
4 078
120
568
26 224
2 500 340
10 948 347

69 128
7 779
341 653
30 044
450 948
354
103 967
14 717
320 268
2 950 851
4 352 477
171 797
4 108
279
2 390
26 134
2 394 299
11 241 193

67 812
7 066
293 915
23 530
418 626
286
98 402
13 215
321 907
2 686 295
4 208 357
179 095
4 505
80
2 115
29 096
1 893 710
10 248 012

IEA Total

30 161 766

32 345 459

32 263 744

40 939 319

42 120 512

41 739 965

42 763 394

43 934 557

OECD Total*

30 627 059

32 862 576

33 390 264

42 889 339

44 093 252

43 699 546

44 909 613

46 119 593

262 985
2 740
5 082
52 018
208
14 644
74 540
414 958
2 915
830 090

267 382
78 598
7 673
65 840
520
14 142
73 992
500 067
2 454
1 010 668

791 577
128 604
150 708
156 984
1 209
18 953
218 535
965 461
11 586
2 443 617

1 810 663
547 033
426 327
285 273
45 646
120 871
1 643 168
1 176 070
31 406
6 086 457

1 820 978
571 390
547 090
305 850
43 544
151 025
1 629 485
1 069 558
19 724
6 158 644

1 729 199
491 489
459 762
413 714
42 696
190 834
1 683 412
1 023 403
20 675
6 055 184

1 645 453
574 209
581 010
438 454
39 636
354 750
1 742 571
1 077 103
23 310
6 476 496

1 591 176
623 001
659 423
431 022
40 357
532 146
1 666 893
1 109 411
23 451
6 676 880

4 914
11 506
-

7 413
7 810
-

9 453
373 218
11 197
75 328
2 293

670
420 612
7 763
10 966
109 900
628

335
633 657
7 840
7 273
102 080
502

342
633 910
7 918
609
102 181
293

538
649 236
8 226
2 749
103 028
251

622
639 061
8 574
17 988
88 438
221

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
OECD Americas
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
OECD Asia Oceania
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Venezuela
Other
Non-OECD Americas
Albania
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990.

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Table 2: World natural gas production (continued)


Terajoules
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

1 044 291
8 175 896
46 534
9 283 141

1 130 968
9 092 601
61 724
10 300 516

268 198
3 114
1 065 811
24 042 556
24 548
4 218
3 200 000
1 051 313
1 535 495
..
..
31 666 742

871 652
585
429 507
24 283 317
9 197
551
2 609 794
823 478
2 463 465
..
..
32 042 085

999 954
663
418 334
24 878 778
9 975
1 349
2 671 175
836 745
2 554 536
..
..
33 123 196

1 099 034
586
415 816
22 073 061
9 735
1 444
1 445 465
751 685
2 320 622
..
..
28 862 701

1 144 686
469
400 938
25 128 116
14 342
1 558
1 716 372
717 826
2 271 497
..
..
32 159 832

1 151 571
468
404 966
25 883 446
14 817
1 520
2 059 626
722 203
2 226 055
..
..
33 219 576

100 581
1 678
3 269
37
3 618
60 648
2 009
8 011
42
84
179 977

169 250
2 536
3 390
37
18 465
159 045
2 721
16 491
5 240
89
377 264

1 807 845
20 520
313 196
6
4 140
235 600
2 014
152 000
70 000
15 402
259
2 620 982

3 424 652
31 540
13 963
58 683
2 280 000
110 960
6 300
625 480
2 494
104 520
1 235 000
67 732
89 876
22 360
8 073 560

3 433 373
25 840
14 481
61 754
2 366 117
226 100
7 061
650 859
2 050
116 617
1 205 740
40 639
90 209
23 130
8 263 970

3 299 215
26 220
11 965
56 594
2 358 964
238 260
6 961
604 200
1 724
113 996
881 828
23 932
104 963
28 404
7 757 226

3 348 647
27 740
12 070
62 103
2 340 724
256 120
7 355
638 780
2 090
124 783
1 256 569
21 674
126 860
32 283
8 257 798

3 224 760
29 260
12 160
63 381
2 317 316
262 200
7 540
155 800
2 154
135 508
1 364 656
22 800
108 618
32 775
7 738 928

35 326
35 340

62 494
45 980

165 279
151 240

338 924
89 465

363 186
125 888

367 276
179 550

376 204
194 889

376 200
200 754

Islamic Rep. of Iran


Jordan
Kuwait
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
UAE
Yemen
Middle East

316 064
197 421
38 380
53 550
40 750
716 831

467 705
230 470
60 040
71 441
48 782
986 912

889 511
4 724
153 077
113 388
258 557
988 178
63 687
784 290
3 571 931

4 826 290
7 676
458 280
1 041 261
2 561 748
2 677 617
233 740
1 996 800
14 231 801

5 025 145
7 094
482 600
1 057 315
3 241 856
2 840 389
222 430
1 958 970
15 324 873

5 408 074
7 532
436 582
1 095 181
3 700 699
2 854 671
233 363
1 903 980
21 643
16 208 551

5 642 133
6 345
452 200
1 197 590
4 991 505
3 094 078
337 038
1 999 530
259 715
18 551 227

5 862 155
5 624
522 424
1 171 274
6 269 326
3 502 498
366 369
2 019 537
377 580
20 673 741

Bangladesh
Brunei Darussalam
Chinese Taipei
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Pakistan
Philippines
Thailand
Vietnam
Other
Asia

17 596
4 529
42 244
27 657
11 261
3 315
2 578
109 874
96 601
315 655

24 322
71 433
56 701
29 352
15 456
4 642
3 976
133 215
102 111
441 208

173 285
369 588
48 602
491 746
1 959 011
648 410
35 359
468 924
232 347
126
11 379
4 438 777

613 134
503 856
15 532
1 212 571
2 901 438
2 273 490
530 917
1 263 360
141 089
945 440
276 506
242 365
10 919 698

655 274
525 272
13 316
1 222 894
2 991 417
2 389 734
486 936
1 230 849
148 512
1 070 810
305 850
230 063
11 270 927

712 953
486 450
13 066
1 791 411
3 119 905
2 175 353
453 164
1 270 054
149 499
997 582
330 339
269 213
11 768 989

767 318
477 733
11 037
1 974 304
3 477 950
2 135 645
475 155
1 255 377
141 831
1 149 682
377 925
237 203
12 481 160

767 310
498 294
11 179
1 785 535
3 721 396
2 146 332
462 314
1 236 531
142 631
1 086 457
343 917
265 050
12 466 946

China, People's Rep.

145 756

233 032

595 644

2 695 582

3 126 159

3 319 607

3 692 527

4 013 786

Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Romania
Russian Federation
Serbia
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia
Algeria
Angola
Cameroon
Cote d'Ivoire
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Gabon
Libya
Morocco
Mozambique
Nigeria
South Africa
Tunisia
Other
Africa
Bahrain
Iraq

Non-OECD

11 471 450

13 349 600

45 337 693

74 049 183

77 267 769

73 972 258

81 619 040

84 789 857

World

42 098 509

46 212 176

78 727 957

116 938 522

121 361 021

117 671 804

126 528 653

130 909 450

2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.

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II.8 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 3: World natural gas consumption


Million cubic metres

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
OECD Americas
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
OECD Asia Oceania
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*

1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

35 663
761
10 322
616 850
663 596

43 386
625
12 371
624 088
680 470

67 319
1 360
25 996
530 159
624 834

99 388
4 447
57 338
654 199
815 372

97 686
2 752
60 294
658 997
819 729

95 256
3 252
60 442
646 788
805 738

96 776
5 296
64 741
673 133
839 946

105 956
5 624
66 949
690 056
868 585

2 146
126
4 256
179
6 707

3 839
54
6 777
481
11 151

17 684
33
58 107
3 042
4 888
83 754

29 193
2 856
106 133
34 852
4 331
177 365

29 111
3 625
103 843
35 831
4 148
176 558

31 149
4 406
103 441
34 413
4 248
177 657

33 393
5 316
108 951
43 201
4 537
195 398

35 091
4 972
123 498
45 710
4 331
213 602

3 373
5 659
1 072
..
12 179
24 752
3 987
13 270
20
28 098
7 245
1 678
..
403
52
19 574
121 362

3 993
8 257
1 279
..
17 136
41 301
5 049
17 095
289
40 382
8 138
2 001
..
1 064
180
30 027
176 191

6 427
9 645
6 573
2 058
1 482
2 681
28 232
69 723
123
11 167
2 317
47 405
493
43 022
2 262
12 096
6 363
852
5 742
616
1 994
3 468
58 312
323 053

8 866
17 660
8 651
4 559
986
4 574
44 427
96 782
4 030
13 266
5 108
84 897
1 312
46 537
5 427
16 159
4 344
6 216
1 123
36 787
921
3 219
36 599
95 949
548 399

9 368
17 540
8 687
4 597
946
4 737
46 086
98 124
4 208
13 103
5 178
84 883
1 255
48 527
5 773
16 288
4 720
6 308
1 079
40 319
787
3 432
36 645
99 101
561 691

9 143
17 712
8 184
4 410
642
4 269
44 557
93 508
3 528
11 332
5 019
78 024
1 269
48 960
5 829
15 990
4 745
5 397
1 022
36 032
1 124
3 295
35 115
90 774
529 880

10 007
19 814
9 280
4 994
689
4 700
49 127
90 069
3 850
12 132
5 506
83 097
1 364
54 849
6 074
17 155
5 143
6 099
1 060
35 824
1 530
3 682
38 127
98 876
563 048

9 475
16 882
8 944
4 179
631
4 114
41 205
77 597
4 737
11 557
4 844
77 917
1 183
47 887
5 904
17 171
5 171
5 623
906
33 555
1 330
3 270
44 713
82 622
511 417

IEA Total

780 456

854 762

1 001 918

1 474 386

1 489 282

1 443 511

1 521 290

1 514 522

OECD Total*

791 665

867 812

1 031 641

1 541 136

1 557 978

1 513 275

1 598 392

1 593 604

6 476
70
290
1 503
42
282
1 914
9 350
61
19 988

8 265
101
372
1 903
45
311
1 900
11 268
52
24 217

22 499
748
3 874
4 326
81
462
5 613
20 783
245
58 631

45 470
2 272
20 961
8 162
1 263
2 690
22 340
34 456
2 099
139 713

46 099
2 530
25 144
8 750
1 199
3 359
21 454
32 412
1 821
142 768

45 372
2 765
20 116
10 008
1 176
4 245
22 258
30 621
1 836
138 397

44 544
3 097
27 164
10 459
1 092
5 692
23 515
32 540
2 214
150 317

47 439
3 407
27 414
10 400
1 092
6 700
23 500
33 000
2 309
155 261

126
312
-

191
212
-

243
4 497
17 588
15 479
488
6 717
2 687
5 624

17
2 028
9 145
20 901
413
3 582
3 307
106
1 687

9
2 222
10 755
21 311
410
3 508
3 205
121
1 317

9
1 743
9 759
17 697
234
2 609
2 959
80
1 209

14
1 593
9 337
21 862
245
2 795
3 242
118
1 130

16
1 700
9 544
20 220
245
3 300
3 175
118
1 417

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Venezuela
Other
Non-OECD Americas
Albania
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990.

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Table 3: World natural gas consumption (continued)


Million cubic metres
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

27 563
233 901
1 177
263 079

29 868
255 748
1 551
287 570

13 183
1 878
2 937
5 810
4 040
35 668
471 549
3 193
1 712
15 119
113 343
40 092
..
..
761 847

20 155
766
1 700
3 615
2 242
16 083
445 444
2 482
662
21 487
66 998
51 673
..
..
674 493

22 973
738
1 665
3 245
2 313
16 002
445 699
2 486
549
21 608
66 814
53 514
..
..
680 464

22 064
656
1 528
2 727
2 036
13 257
426 376
1 752
445
18 601
50 622
46 931
..
..
623 294

25 444
463
1 821
3 115
2 100
13 579
465 778
2 328
363
21 398
56 724
46 263
..
..
679 712

26 550
465
1 583
3 350
2 100
14 394
474 306
2 400
380
25 000
56 442
46 500
..
..
693 205

1 159
44
2
86
1 101
53
211
1
2 657

1 716
67
2
89
1 033
72
434
125
3 538

13 476
540
8 242
110
4 960
53
4 000
1 842
1 329
8
34 560

24 761
830
22
1 574
43 400
167
6 477
651
107
10 772
4 682
547
3 914
1 813
99 717

24 955
680
26
1 656
44 568
187
6 728
563
104
11 180
4 269
560
4 284
1 905
101 665

26 862
690
56
1 518
43 753
185
6 730
627
102
7 216
3 160
665
4 330
1 892
97 786

26 195
730
35
1 666
46 768
195
7 010
677
157
8 768
3 610
784
4 691
1 930
103 216

27 531
770
35
1 700
50 750
200
1 680
680
170
9 601
4 000
800
4 500
2 050
104 467

930
930
2 775
5 195
927
1 409
1 045
13 211

1 645
1 210
3 794
6 065
1 450
1 880
1 251
17 295

5 040
1 980
20 668
124
6 028
2 984
6 245
26 005
1 689
16 910
87 673

8 919
2 354
123 216
2 946
12 060
11 489
19 226
70 464
6 200
49 865
306 739

9 558
3 313
130 184
3 336
12 700
11 863
20 285
74 747
6 040
57 415
329 441

9 665
4 725
136 491
3 777
12 379
50
12 811
22 912
75 123
7 100
58 618
103
343 754

9 900
5 129
143 904
2 802
14 680
254
13 204
27 576
81 423
9 630
60 334
841
369 677

9 900
5 283
152 682
964
16 500
150
15 000
32 400
92 171
9 920
62 023
1 040
398 033

Bangladesh
Brunei Darussalam
Chinese Taipei
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Vietnam
Other
Asia

381
116
1 121
718
166
84
70
3 157
28
236
6 077

611
317
1 505
762
211
118
107
3 827
33
178
7 669

4 775
1 776
1 724
12 766
16 903
7 366
955
13 508
76
6 384
3
299
66 535

15 911
3 113
11 175
42 863
30 463
37 267
1 454
39 772
3 743
8 325
36 192
6 576
268
237 122

17 004
2 990
12 120
42 711
32 593
41 298
1 470
38 627
3 756
8 770
39 558
7 661
367
248 925

18 501
2 898
11 581
58 727
38 813
33 449
1 210
39 286
3 908
8 240
36 962
8 555
378
262 508

19 745
2 944
14 709
63 285
43 500
32 859
1 615
38 889
3 679
8 814
42 110
9 788
404
282 341

19 745
3 380
16 250
62 200
45 000
33 000
1 535
38 306
3 700
9 179
43 500
8 900
450
285 145

Hong Kong, China


China, People's Rep.

3 744

5 986

15 990

2 746
70 523

3 177
81 294

3 085
89 521

3 834
105 526

3 053
130 950

Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania
Russian Federation
Serbia
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia
Algeria
Angola
Congo
Cote d'Ivoire
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Morocco
Mozambique
Nigeria
South Africa
Tanzania
Tunisia
Other
Africa
Bahrain
Iraq
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
UAE
Yemen
Middle East

Non-OECD
World

308 756

346 275

1 025 236

1 531 053

1 587 734

1 558 345

1 694 623

1 770 114

1 100 421

1 214 087

2 056 877

3 072 189

3 145 712

3 071 620

3 293 015

3 363 718

2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.

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Table 4: World natural gas consumption


Terajoules

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
OECD Americas
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
OECD Asia Oceania
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*

1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

1 351 586
29 746
408 316
23 685 196
25 474 844

1 644 341
24 457
488 322
23 730 949
25 888 069

2 543 316
53 131
1 075 909
20 350 145
24 022 501

3 808 550
173 397
2 192 170
25 082 677
31 256 794

3 738 467
107 476
2 283 786
25 217 521
31 347 250

3 660 672
126 829
2 264 776
24 702 118
30 754 395

3 727 802
207 112
2 508 008
25 657 763
32 100 685

4 081 414
219 839
2 896 443
26 303 362
33 501 058

83 406
4 881
169 858
4 890
263 035

149 177
2 097
270 430
13 146
434 850

688 040
1 316
2 286 193
126 775
179 316
3 281 640

1 258 404
107 879
4 175 506
1 459 075
166 941
7 167 805

1 280 780
137 137
4 085 208
1 492 013
155 313
7 150 451

1 293 629
167 611
4 069 740
1 434 354
158 199
7 123 533

1 353 292
201 845
4 286 844
1 796 466
168 405
7 806 852

1 422 118
190 739
4 847 080
1 906 747
160 313
8 526 997

132 263
224 604
39 820
..
429 892
824 984
151 422
505 590
707
936 190
254 622
60 895
..
16 611
2 032
763 132
4 342 764

153 710
327 676
47 490
17
..
604 858
1 379 449
194 081
651 333
10 170
1 345 499
275 184
72 626
..
43 914
6 913
1 170 687
6 283 607

241 164
382 794
244 123
84 552
56 861
101 394
1 147 664
2 491 910
6 426
414 636
87 094
1 817 041
19 981
1 433 468
91 926
411 354
236 692
35 687
231 251
25 190
75 900
132 832
2 198 885
11 968 825

336 087
700 855
328 427
190 125
37 372
173 006
1 789 846
3 557 112
155 068
497 989
202 665
3 234 576
53 426
1 551 531
215 290
570 619
175 961
236 756
42 528
1 481 643
38 734
122 620
1 415 312
3 812 298
20 919 846

355 158
696 115
329 762
191 159
35 844
179 151
1 857 101
3 636 557
164 332
491 290
206 170
3 234 044
50 857
1 617 862
229 306
576 918
191 078
240 337
40 877
1 623 751
33 064
130 719
1 404 552
3 930 005
21 446 009

347 780
702 945
311 794
183 304
24 429
162 040
1 789 245
3 472 976
136 685
425 746
199 962
2 972 717
51 752
1 632 276
231 323
561 107
192 345
205 820
38 683
1 450 574
47 224
125 501
1 345 192
3 630 510
20 241 930

382 134
786 333
353 955
207 576
26 168
178 400
1 979 679
3 451 344
150 352
456 617
218 760
3 165 995
55 665
1 828 636
241 107
603 179
208 881
232 899
40 139
1 450 357
63 628
140 243
1 460 495
3 933 974
21 616 516

361 796
667 598
341 142
173 895
23 593
156 380
1 720 737
2 980 846
185 918
435 073
193 136
2 968 638
48 021
1 596 555
233 916
597 148
210 352
214 949
34 234
1 358 077
55 061
124 517
1 712 438
3 262 674
19 656 694

IEA Total

29 637 700

32 091 650

38 050 062

56 791 099

57 338 590

55 497 530

58 540 781

58 319 901

OECD Total*

30 080 643

32 606 526

39 272 966

59 344 445

59 943 710

58 119 858

61 524 053

61 684 749

261 234
2 701
11 439
52 018
1 514
12 677
74 540
414 959
2 915
833 997

333 396
3 908
14 663
65 840
1 608
13 974
73 992
500 069
2 487
1 009 937

876 222
28 862
152 724
149 678
2 894
20 753
218 535
922 371
11 573
2 383 612

1 770 815
88 472
826 381
282 391
46 680
120 849
869 840
1 529 145
86 364
5 620 937

1 795 337
98 532
991 294
302 734
44 308
150 891
835 347
1 438 446
73 263
5 730 152

1 766 998
107 664
793 065
346 252
43 460
190 693
866 664
1 358 952
74 123
5 547 871

1 734 776
120 614
1 070 938
361 845
40 355
255 686
915 592
1 444 130
88 983
6 032 919

1 847 512
132 669
1 080 797
359 819
40 357
300 977
915 020
1 464 540
92 649
6 234 340

4 914
11 506
-

7 413
7 810
-

9 453
169 516
663 055
583 558
18 473
252 070
102 091
212 027

670
76 456
356 073
807 238
15 632
136 060
125 655
3 984
64 477

335
83 769
418 788
823 073
15 513
132 542
119 871
4 530
50 325

341
65 550
380 004
683 494
8 841
99 293
111 800
3 001
50 535

535
60 063
364 684
844 354
9 285
106 164
122 457
4 445
47 223

622
64 090
372 789
780 937
9 276
125 308
119 945
4 445
58 806

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Venezuela
Other
Non-OECD Americas
Albania
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990.

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Table 4: World natural gas consumption (continued)


Terajoules
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

1 036 736
8 818 056
46 541
9 917 753

1 123 414
9 641 692
61 310
10 841 639

496 988
70 697
110 725
217 617
152 365
1 341 565
18 027 336
120 384
64 538
570 000
4 273 044
1 511 476
..
..
28 966 978

786 639
29 893
63 247
134 518
88 876
592 389
17 029 335
93 559
25 147
810 066
2 614 247
1 957 849
..
..
25 812 010

993 044
28 798
62 015
120 749
78 309
590 028
17 039 068
93 124
20 843
814 613
2 607 063
2 027 607
..
..
26 124 007

964 321
25 595
57 089
101 474
68 935
490 127
16 300 361
64 897
16 894
701 239
1 880 000
1 778 154
..
..
23 851 945

1 112 035
18 055
68 007
115 912
71 153
501 867
17 806 673
86 219
13 803
806 704
2 124 484
1 752 875
..
..
26 036 997

1 160 394
18 144
59 119
124 657
71 148
531 988
18 132 718
88 901
14 440
942 500
2 113 922
1 761 839
..
..
26 555 988

Algeria
Angola
Congo
Cote d'Ivoire
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Morocco
Mozambique
Nigeria
South Africa
Tanzania
Tunisia
Other
Africa

48 680
1 678
84
3 269
41 855
2 009
8 011
42
105 628

72 082
2 536
89
3 390
39 256
2 721
16 491
5 241
141 806

565 971
20 520
313 188
4 139
188 480
2 014
152 000
70 000
56 631
259
1 373 202

1 039 950
31 540
824
58 683
1 649 200
6 300
246 126
25 484
4 051
409 323
177 932
20 776
166 747
68 848
3 905 784

1 048 128
25 840
987
61 754
1 693 582
7 061
255 659
22 051
3 946
424 840
162 239
21 275
182 489
72 315
3 982 166

1 128 221
26 220
2 125
56 594
1 662 614
6 961
255 740
24 542
3 857
274 208
120 072
25 271
184 457
71 789
3 842 671

1 100 176
27 740
1 332
62 103
1 777 184
7 355
266 380
26 509
5 966
333 169
137 194
29 807
199 827
73 237
4 047 979

1 156 302
29 260
1 330
63 381
1 928 500
7 540
63 840
26 636
6 460
364 838
152 000
30 400
191 700
77 805
4 099 992

Bahrain
Iraq
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
UAE
Yemen
Middle East

35 326
35 340
109 228
197 421
38 380
53 550
40 750
509 995

62 494
45 980
149 317
230 470
60 040
71 441
48 782
668 524

191 534
75 240
813 400
4 724
229 077
113 388
258 557
988 178
63 687
659 490
3 397 275

338 924
89 465
4 849 275
111 932
458 280
436 582
795 954
2 677 617
233 740
1 944 720
11 936 489

363 186
125 888
5 123 525
126 771
482 600
450 811
839 790
2 840 389
227 708
2 239 190
12 819 858

367 276
179 550
5 371 730
143 542
470 402
1 931
486 822
948 538
2 854 671
267 670
2 286 090
4 162
13 382 384

376 204
194 889
5 663 485
106 470
557 840
9 867
501 760
1 141 651
3 094 078
363 051
2 353 010
34 129
14 396 434

376 200
200 754
6 008 953
36 632
627 000
5 835
570 000
1 341 360
3 502 498
373 984
2 418 897
42 224
15 504 337

Bangladesh
Brunei Darussalam
Chinese Taipei
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Vietnam
Other
Asia

14 486
4 529
42 232
27 657
6 739
3 307
2 578
109 874
1 080
8 967
221 449

23 246
12 363
56 698
29 352
8 574
4 626
3 975
133 215
1 239
6 746
280 034

173 285
69 312
67 649
491 746
686 252
289 098
35 346
449 078
2 906
232 347
126
11 379
2 508 524

613 134
121 468
460 253
1 661 075
1 236 813
1 462 705
57 086
1 274 892
143 235
316 338
1 317 257
253 897
10 181
8 928 334

655 274
126 465
499 176
1 655 762
1 323 264
1 620 887
57 733
1 248 418
143 670
333 268
1 439 756
295 801
13 957
9 413 431

712 953
122 602
476 975
2 276 687
1 575 798
1 312 847
47 496
1 269 709
149 479
313 114
1 345 275
330 339
14 363
9 947 637

767 318
124 547
605 805
2 453 373
1 766 115
1 289 701
63 433
1 256 877
141 832
334 944
1 532 641
377 925
15 370
10 729 881

767 310
142 974
669 256
2 411 307
1 827 000
1 295 217
60 278
1 238 050
142 631
348 802
1 583 226
343 647
17 100
10 846 798

Hong Kong, China


China, People's Rep.

145 765

233 051

622 509

104 350
2 745 536

120 712
3 164 850

117 233
3 485 123

145 689
4 108 214

116 014
5 098 014

Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania
Russian Federation
Serbia
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia

Non-OECD

11 734 587

13 174 991

39 252 100

59 053 440

61 355 176

60 174 864

65 498 113

68 455 483

World

41 815 230

45 781 517

78 525 066

118 397 885

121 298 886

118 294 722

127 022 166

130 140 232

2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.

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Table 5: World natural gas consumption for power generation1


Million cubic metres
1971

1973

1990

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2 623
29
1 957
113 019
117 628

5 243
30
1 893
102 045
109 211

2 300
75
3 858
108 785
115 018

8 708
2 412
24 684
192 344
228 148

10 516
1 093
27 248
210 101
248 958

11 405
559
28 962
204 587
245 513

11 634
900
29 466
210 340
252 340

13 906
2 086
30 394
225 890
272 276

Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
OECD Asia Oceania

615
17
1 284
26
1 942

944
2 335
138
3 417

4 150
39 526
2 274
1 575
47 525

5 478
2 306
57 951
13 991
2 096
81 822

7 766
2 780
63 492
16 099
2 543
92 680

8 354
3 561
61 690
15 964
2 248
91 817

8 914
4 082
61 647
13 834
1 914
90 391

9 640
5 092
64 250
20 142
2 188
101 312

Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia

1 330
1 743
140
..
1 937
6 698
917
805
3
8 491
1 901
132
..

1 393
2 650
168
..
2 538
12 945
1 366
1 251
55
13 085
1 324
156
..

2 191
1 545
826
495
947
1 199
500
13 814
16
2 703
1 041
9 800
11
9 925
706
1 210
58

2 826
4 725
1 472
2 428
506
3 240
6 323
23 329
2 278
4 401
2 822
35 422
652
15 345
83
1 663
2 431
1 297
154

2 665
5 037
1 311
1 975
496
2 808
6 497
22 170
2 965
4 796
3 202
38 283
579
15 817
145
1 562
2 577
1 115
165

2 927
4 959
1 175
2 024
503
2 962
6 484
23 507
2 972
4 614
3 278
37 821
501
16 372
87
1 601
2 936
1 048
171

3 080
5 836
1 173
1 950
388
2 694
6 606
20 772
2 181
3 359
3 213
32 275
566
17 562
661
1 641
2 952
1 064
203

3 474
6 204
1 251
2 287
420
3 047
8 684
24 006
2 455
3 648
3 532
34 009
18 660
864
1 651
3 181
1 190
193

Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*

34
787
24 918

148
1 126
38 205

316
227
150
2 585
1 374
51 639

15 936
243
266
15 961
30 160
173 963

15 900
316
233
19 019
34 429
184 062

20 840
239
241
20 062
36 515
193 839

18 829
605
236
19 881
34 389
182 116

16 994
814
286
20 708
35 797
193 355

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
OECD Americas

IEA Total

142 485

148 910

209 244

453 871

493 918

497 413

489 808

528 758

OECD Total*

144 488

150 833

214 182

483 933

525 700

531 169

524 847

566 943

1 413
9
351
7
406
2 823
5 009

2 030
15
376
11
438
2 860
5 730

6 243
270
85
1 672
7
70
1 295
5 853
8
15 503

13 787
842
4 155
2 064
604
515
1 144
2 605
4 939
1 046
31 701

14 958
931
3 522
2 064
675
373
1 682
2 873
5 196
1 332
33 606

15 556
1 068
6 392
1 537
686
326
2 114
2 757
4 907
1 308
36 651

15 516
1 180
2 950
2 953
644
367
2 542
2 812
4 930
1 316
35 210

15 408
1 424
7 816
3 099
614
415
3 241
3 029
6 411
1 612
43 069

1 014
5 473
9 828
59
3 376
638
2 419

474
5 222
15 252
68
1 253
718
41
557

568
5 221
15 219
73
1 196
1 038
64
709

547
5 883
15 503
55
1 208
853
80
379

339
5 059
12 013
72
1 112
752
42
459

332
4 621
15 806
73
1 174
829
79
310

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Venezuela
Other
Non-OECD Americas
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosniaherz
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


1. Power Generation includes electricity and heat sold.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990.

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Table 5: World natural gas consumption for power generation1 (continued)


Million cubic metres
1971

1973

1990

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

11 465
88 993
79
100 537

12 247
87 265
206
99 718

1 840
1 129
2 048
3 119
2 803
11 112
277 136
279
806
5 292
64 334
14 330
..
..
407 035

2 344
482
1 079
1 591
1 395
5 300
255 188
732
308
6 501
26 725
15 666
..
..
340 896

1 478
506
1 019
1 494
1 427
5 181
260 482
776
309
7 087
25 356
16 372
..
..
345 575

2 170
427
1 005
1 362
1 496
4 643
258 156
628
285
7 604
26 347
14 927
..
..
343 558

3 362
447
956
1 350
1 431
3 618
248 516
587
262
7 556
16 325
16 075
..
..
320 333

1 921
383
1 167
1 738
1 450
3 504
270 851
804
241
8 654
19 258
16 299
..
..
349 494

305
77
2
384

340
165
116
2
623

4 385
4 863
87
2 211
967
8
12 521

10 036
1 156
21 386
140
3 036
503
3 912
420
2 662
74
43 325

10 186
136
1 220
21 974
150
3 397
587
3 889
459
2 750
80
44 828

11 034
141
1 385
23 013
169
3 661
511
3 563
472
3 076
83
47 108

11 366
117
1 220
24 519
166
3 670
583
3 346
571
3 188
121
48 867

11 377
118
1 420
26 014
175
4 038
623
4 419
662
3 478
104
52 428

Bahrain
Iraq
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
UAE
Yemen
Middle East

159
465
118
1 188
536
76
2 542

185
605
561
1 387
803
270
3 811

1 935
990
7 928
124
2 166
1 340
2 495
15 297
684
6 169
39 128

3 856
2 458
35 239
2 453
3 496
4 841
5 064
34 402
4 068
27 124
123 001

4 611
2 242
36 974
2 946
3 635
5 077
5 292
33 927
3 461
27 124
125 289

4 066
3 155
43 411
3 336
4 046
5 500
5 550
35 180
3 685
31 231
139 160

4 200
4 500
43 404
3 777
4 249
50
6 094
5 891
33 910
5 672
28 316
140 063

4 436
4 884
44 890
2 802
4 020
254
6 345
6 687
36 934
7 316
28 948
557
148 073

Bangladesh
Brunei Darussalam
Chinese Taipei
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Vietnam
Other
Asia

143
116
263
317
40
1 155
2 034

206
116
217
327
61
1 287
2 214

2 151
547
318
4 182
241
1 452
546
5 026
4 888
3
19 354

7 690
1 337
7 876
15 378
5 783
14 628
744
11 802
2 809
7 261
24 256
5 586
127
105 277

8 026
1 205
8 730
17 836
5 989
14 526
695
11 712
3 307
7 698
24 844
5 924
126
110 618

8 901
1 204
9 601
16 034
6 704
15 661
697
10 709
3 471
8 011
25 677
6 859
211
113 740

9 933
1 271
9 057
25 757
9 755
15 760
443
9 720
3 608
7 374
26 205
7 786
219
126 888

11 280
1 289
11 710
31 262
9 905
19 234
637
8 881
3 319
7 672
28 976
9 195
234
143 594

990

2 826
5 888

2 453
10 051

2 848
10 337

2 661
15 994

3 423
21 140

Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia
Algeria
Cote d'Ivoire
Cameroon
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Morocco
Nigeria
South Africa
Tanzania
Tunisia
Other
Africa

Hong Kong, China


China, People's Rep.
Non-OECD

110 506

112 096

494 531

652 914

672 420

693 402

690 016

761 221

World

254 994

262 929

708 713

1 136 847

1 198 120

1 224 571

1 214 863

1 328 164

1. Power Generation includes electricity and heat sold.

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Table 6: World natural gas consumption for power generation1


Terajoules
1971

1973

1990

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

99 394
1 135
77 413
4 339 601
4 517 543

198 706
1 172
74 739
3 880 280
4 154 897

86 911
2 910
159 666
4 175 718
4 425 205

335 093
94 321
953 878
7 367 427
8 750 719

403 004
42 724
1 041 752
8 055 520
9 543 000

436 393
21 839
1 097 019
7 828 926
9 384 177

447 098
35 190
1 104 105
8 033 275
9 619 668

535 640
81 548
1 177 440
8 610 217
10 404 845

23 915
649
51 246
712
76 522

36 681
93 198
3 772
133 651

161 478
1 555 133
94 776
57 697
1 869 084

238 984
87 092
2 279 864
589 941
81 400
3 277 281

334 934
105 016
2 497 933
669 472
97 928
3 705 283

367 598
134 699
2 426 972
664 736
84 171
3 678 176

370 281
155 310
2 425 387
576 558
71 232
3 598 768

390 602
193 347
2 528 003
837 632
81 191
4 030 775

Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia

52 143
69 166
5 215
..
68 375
223 262
34 815
30 668
96
282 902
66 791
4 755
..

53 624
105 181
6 254
..
89 568
432 358
52 538
47 650
1 926
435 971
44 756
5 672
..

82 181
61 349
30 630
20 347
36 370
45 296
20 319
493 753
840
100 345
39 130
375 640
448
330 704
24 046
44 980
2 447

107 140
187 550
55 784
101 120
19 210
122 452
257 285
858 868
87 877
165 560
112 225
1 349 619
26 600
511 582
3 319
58 676
98 517
49 329
5 839

101 006
199 895
49 757
82 364
18 909
106 202
261 782
814 837
114 104
179 980
127 064
1 458 575
23 585
527 389
5 783
55 170
104 365
42 458
6 294

110 965
196 828
44 611
84 105
19 088
112 000
261 285
871 197
116 078
173 149
130 485
1 440 974
20 225
545 861
3 450
56 724
118 841
39 928
6 475

117 144
231 629
44 674
80 983
14 778
102 320
265 241
771 414
84 511
126 148
128 079
1 229 672
23 072
585 464
26 181
57 587
119 662
40 580
7 667

132 704
246 224
47 708
95 006
16 001
115 687
349 935
919 903
95 857
137 305
140 372
1 295 794
622 102
34 378
58 033
129 071
45 441
7 296

Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*

1 394
30 689
870 271

6 129
43 899
1 325 526

12 722
9 280
5 708
99 005
51 810
1 887 350

641 857
10 208
10 101
618 392
1 200 350
6 659 460

640 403
13 288
8 893
735 515
1 366 264
7 043 882

839 261
10 036
9 170
765 584
1 448 051
7 424 371

757 935
25 436
8 949
761 660
1 375 418
6 986 204

687 998
33 804
10 910
793 194
1 424 251
7 438 974

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
OECD Americas
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
OECD Asia Oceania

IEA Total

5 385 139

5 538 163

7 980 246

17 527 120

19 077 470

19 207 604

18 887 590

20 398 962

OECD Total*

5 464 336

5 614 074

8 181 639

18 687 460

20 292 165

20 486 724

20 204 640

21 874 594

57 004
347
12 138
293
15 792
125 294
210 868

81 880
590
12 996
502
17 073
126 933
239 974

243 136
10 418
3 333
57 839
240
3 138
50 387
259 723
312
628 526

536 914
32 784
163 831
71 426
22 330
24 958
51 371
101 415
219 181
39 759
1 263 969

582 539
36 262
138 847
71 426
24 930
18 067
75 582
111 879
230 598
50 629
1 340 759

605 864
41 597
251 989
53 189
25 370
15 811
94 979
107 343
217 770
49 711
1 463 623

604 261
45 959
116 291
102 183
23 810
17 800
114 228
109 464
218 829
50 018
1 402 843

600 059
55 467
308 139
107 220
22 690
20 113
145 576
117 915
284 506
61 233
1 722 918

38 228
206 343
370 495
2 217
126 673
24 257
91 191

17 893
203 763
589 063
2 577
46 957
27 270
1 532
21 269

21 421
203 307
587 788
2 753
45 450
39 425
2 370
27 089

20 606
229 028
598 775
2 071
45 651
31 906
3 034
14 486

12 781
196 996
463 966
2 716
42 369
28 406
1 617
19 092

12 532
180 508
610 460
2 745
44 555
31 296
3 028
12 869

Argentina
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Peru
Trinidad and Tobago
Venezuela
Other
Non-OECD Americas
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosniaherz
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


1. Power Generation includes electricity and heat sold.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990.

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Table 6: World natural gas consumption for power generation1 (continued)


Terajoules
1971

1973

1990

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

431 253
3 355 049
3 081
3 789 383

460 606
3 289 902
8 183
3 758 691

69 360
42 494
77 209
116 805
105 665
417 957
10 594 889
10 520
30 388
199 500
2 425 361
540 235
..
..
15 489 787

91 467
18 795
40 208
59 229
55 355
195 234
9 755 779
27 585
11 699
245 087
1 042 801
593 554
..
..
13 047 117

57 687
19 743
37 911
55 593
56 591
190 866
9 958 222
31 216
11 760
267 177
989 419
620 283
..
..
13 226 071

93 787
16 670
37 432
50 681
50 682
171 193
9 869 223
23 518
10 825
286 668
1 028 048
565 549
..
..
13 149 833

146 934
17 444
35 723
50 231
48 479
133 806
9 500 739
21 732
9 964
284 874
606 249
609 053
..
..
12 233 171

83 969
14 955
43 584
64 673
49 112
129 531
10 354 671
29 837
9 171
326 240
721 328
617 541
..
..
13 342 605

Algeria
Cote d'Ivoire
Cameroon
Egypt
Gabon
Libya
Morocco
Nigeria
South Africa
Tanzania
Tunisia
Other
Africa

12 808
2 926
84
15 818

14 273
6 278
4 868
89
25 508

184 186
184 780
3 306
84 000
41 182
259
497 713

421 516
43 086
812 668
5 271
115 360
19 683
148 664
15 951
113 391
2 775
1 698 365

427 822
5 166
45 485
835 012
5 671
129 088
22 990
147 790
17 432
117 123
2 939
1 756 518

463 434
5 358
51 646
874 494
6 356
139 135
20 001
135 410
17 927
131 014
3 067
1 847 842

477 392
4 427
45 493
931 722
6 267
139 466
22 818
127 150
21 707
135 801
4 503
1 916 746

477 831
4 466
52 949
988 532
6 622
153 439
24 419
167 940
25 163
148 164
3 827
2 053 352

Bahrain
Iraq
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syrian Arab Republic
UAE
Yemen
Middle East

6 027
17 670
4 648
45 135
22 210
2 968
98 658

7 011
22 990
22 078
52 691
33 263
10 528
148 561

73 542
37 620
311 997
4 724
82 301
50 931
103 273
581 276
25 779
240 573
1 512 016

146 541
93 412
1 386 856
93 203
132 833
183 962
209 669
1 307 294
153 376
1 057 818
4 764 964

175 225
85 205
1 455 176
111 932
138 144
192 940
219 082
1 289 213
130 489
1 057 818
4 855 224

154 493
119 893
1 708 493
126 771
153 737
208 989
229 779
1 336 845
138 909
1 217 993
5 395 902

159 601
171 000
1 708 208
143 542
161 447
1 931
231 588
243 900
1 288 608
213 852
1 104 338
5 428 015

168 561
185 609
1 766 688
106 470
152 753
9 867
241 121
276 829
1 403 473
275 817
1 128 970
22 609
5 738 767

Bangladesh
Brunei Darussalam
Chinese Taipei
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Pakistan
Philippines
Singapore
Thailand
Vietnam
Other
Asia

5 441
4 529
9 903
12 206
1 472
40 193
73 744

7 852
4 529
8 195
12 614
2 270
44 798
80 258

78 057
21 363
12 487
161 078
9 787
56 982
20 188
167 097
177 917
126
705 082

296 348
52 151
324 356
596 051
234 797
574 140
29 229
381 927
107 487
275 920
882 822
215 685
4 822
3 975 735

309 294
47 003
359 541
691 193
243 161
570 104
27 295
375 416
126 531
292 507
904 203
228 706
4 791
4 179 745

342 992
50 918
395 409
621 585
272 188
614 681
27 382
346 116
132 769
304 436
934 553
264 840
8 007
4 315 876

382 786
53 746
373 032
998 519
396 049
618 575
17 393
314 152
138 001
280 218
953 770
300 626
8 330
4 835 197

438 361
54 554
482 293
1 211 939
402 125
754 922
25 029
287 047
127 963
291 543
1 054 612
355 008
8 906
5 494 302

38 542

107 389
229 212

93 196
391 295

108 229
402 429

101 110
622 663

130 064
822 979

Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Tajikistan
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia

Hong Kong, China


China, People's Rep.
Non-OECD

4 188 471

4 252 992

18 871 666

25 086 751

25 842 808

26 683 734

26 539 745

29 304 987

World

9 652 807

9 867 066

27 053 305

43 774 211

46 134 973

47 170 458

46 744 385

51 179 581

1. Power Generation includes electricity and heat sold.

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Table 7: World imports of natural gas


Million cubic metres
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States

396
26 464

409
29 239

641
441
43 407

13 109
2 783
11 297
130 473

15 601
780
13 864
112 818

20 659
1 461
12 989
106 225

22 620
3 577
15 070
105 926

30 172
4 152
18 080
97 791

OECD Americas
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New-Zealand
OECD Asia/Oceania
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic

26 860
1 367
1 367
1 459
5 525
631
..
5 334
6 755
207
33
20
1 462
1 043

29 648
3 258
3 258
1 620
8 335
911
..
10 197
17 220
200
2 008
289
1 680
1 505

44 489
50 507
2 992
53 499
5 507
9 632
5 988
1 482
2 685
28 197
54 288
6 404
30 470
493
2 837
8 266
6 698

157 662
5 804
95 627
33 388
134 819
10 013
17 464
8 628
986
4 578
43 816
88 355
4 025
10 497
4 552
73 950
1 312
26 093
10 124
4 319
6 268

143 063
5 484
320
95 391
37 217
138 412
10 192
18 175
9 573
946
4 739
46 446
91 991
4 220
11 403
4 798
76 867
1 255
26 459
11 202
4 763
6 266

141 334
6 462
1 510
92 812
33 719
134 503
11 634
21 098
9 683
642
4 270
47 134
94 557
3 555
9 635
4 628
69 250
1 269
25 657
9 954
4 896
5 878

147 193
5 643
2 104
98 787
43 852
150 386
12 417
22 910
8 510
152
689
4 703
48 745
88 662
3 851
9 637
5 119
75 354
1 364
25 749
10 895
5 160
6 098

150 195
6 526
702
116 455
46 832
170 515
14 631
19 185
9 321
369
631
4 117
46 065
87 350
4 510
8 019
4 489
70 369
1 183
23 009
1
11 790
5 185
5 907

Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

..
417
53
889

..
1 049
181
786

846
4 262
656
1 990
3 257
7 226

1 120
36 386
1 007
3 218
35 832
30 737

1 076
40 750
914
3 429
37 153
36 991

1 019
36 576
1 220
3 291
35 856
41 233

1 053
36 721
1 631
3 676
38 037
53 769

904
35 489
1 296
3 261
43 905
53 447

OECD Europe*

23 828

45 981

181 184

423 280

449 608

442 935

464 902

454 433

IEA Total

52 055

78 887

276 403

699 575

714 097

701 151

739 988

750 674

OECD Total*
Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Republic
Uruguay

52 055
-

78 887
1 674
-

279 172
2 175
-

715 761
1 701
10 158
572
116

731 083
1 351
11 154
475
102

718 772
2 474
8 397
543
71

762 481
3 588
12 432
847
79

775 143
7 400
10 225
939
80

Venezuela
Other

100
756

1 500
828

1 800
777

2 180
794

2 000
800

Non-OECD Americas
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM

1 674
-

2 175
4 435
13 112
18 798
488
6 732
704
-

13 403
2 028
20 625
413
3 370
1 055
106

15 410
2 222
21 061
410
3 432
1 227
121

14 062
1 743
17 617
234
2 604
1 044
80

19 920
1 691
21 570
245
2 608
1 070
118

21 444
1 700
19 998
245
2 824
899
118

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990.

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NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - II.17

Table 7: World imports of natural gas (continued)


Million cubic metres
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia

8 270
-

11 602
-

5 559
9 998
1 796
3 310
5 991
4 042
7 331
68 676
2 542
1 600
90 675
2 209
..
..

1 680
6 382
751
1 645
3 720
2 244
4 851
7 288
2 232
647
50 087
1 317
..
..

1 295
6 198
721
1 368
3 125
2 314
4 432
7 781
2 201
513
52 584
1 053
..
..

1 200
2 155
641
1 743
2 737
2 035
2 006
8 125
1 584
407
37 307
843
..
..

1 122
3 513
451
1 125
3 106
2 095
2 279
4 257
1 968
322
35 969
674
..
..

1 410
3 952
450
1 732
3 488
2 100
3 145
2 000
320
44 037
675
..
..

Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia
South Africa
Tunisia
Morocco
Other Africa

8 270
-

11 602
-

247 998
1 057
-

110 441
2 900
2 016
587
2

112 058
3 200
2 508
511
2

84 105
2 530
2 016
583
3

84 183
3 040
1 934
623
3

89 093
3 396
2 114
625
3

Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Republic
U.A.E.

1 057
2 000
-

5 505
6 168
2 744
6 450

6 221
7 067
3 149
1 852
140
15 400

5 132
5 789
3 579
890
50
1 634
910
17 250

5 600
8 997
2 635
2 780
254
2 070
690
17 410

6 138
13 855
817
3 600
150
2 000
200
17 500

Middle East
Chinese Taipei
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia

2 000
856
-

15 362
10 850
11 567
5 798
8 325
10 216
-

27 608
11 879
11 164
4 869
8 770
10 137
85

30 102
11 589
12 515
5 393
8 153
9 553
96

34 836
14 526
12 355
7 481
8 814
10 522
103

38 122
16 520
15 253
8 500
9 179
11 240
100

Asia

856

46 756

46 904

47 299

53 801

60 792

Hong Kong, China

2 746

3 177

3 085

3 834

3 053

China, People's Rep.

4 020

4 604

7 634

15 045

30 900

Non-OECD
World

8 270

13 276

254 086

198 233

215 982

191 419

217 219

249 542

60 325

92 163

533 258

913 994

947 065

910 191

979 700

1 024 685

2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.

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II.18 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 8: World imports of natural gas


Terajoules
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States

15 018
1 016 124

15 516
1 111 792

24 220
17 191
1 636 087

502 330
108 772
434 901
4 988 231

596 887
30 491
537 743
4 295 313

793 921
56 980
501 323
4 048 809

871 340
139 900
578 624
4 043 400

1 162 241
161 683
691 868
3 733 964

OECD Americas
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New-Zealand
OECD Asia/Oceania
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic

1 031 142
54 387
54 387
57 186
219 275
23 465
..
185 927
224 940
7 801
1 273
708
54 809
37 848

1 127 308
129 581
129 581
62 343
330 774
33 863
..
355 443
576 773
7 722
76 543
10 170
64 468
54 618

1 677 498
1 969 965
124 700
2 094 665
206 709
382 255
222 627
56 861
101 546
1 147 554
1 985 817
241 444
1 178 158
19 981
94 532
315 104
249 025

6 034 234
232 184
3 726 023
1 391 631
5 349 838
379 606
693 125
327 343
37 372
173 166
1 763 524
3 323 694
155 138
398 883
182 153
2 817 495
53 426
869 930
385 427
174 947
238 667

5 460 434
219 330
12 323
3 716 978
1 551 273
5 499 904
386 405
720 653
363 565
35 844
179 240
1 865 485
3 480 471
163 122
433 824
191 988
2 928 634
50 857
882 112
425 945
192 795
238 647

5 401 033
258 493
58 150
3 618 570
1 405 435
5 340 648
442 252
836 911
368 886
24 429
162 080
1 894 275
3 551 278
137 835
367 843
184 417
2 638 433
51 752
855 399
379 452
198 472
224 072

5 633 264
225 728
80 719
3 852 397
1 827 765
5 986 609
474 151
909 253
324 541
6 328
26 168
178 520
1 959 008
3 456 727
150 292
368 092
204 042
2 870 987
55 665
858 439
414 583
209 589
232 724

5 749 756
261 044
26 945
4 541 442
1 953 578
6 783 009
558 688
761 327
355 528
15 337
23 593
156 500
1 903 387
3 405 642
176 959
306 979
178 254
2 681 059
48 020
767 094
40
449 540
210 925
225 661

..
17 195
2 028
35 027

..
43 283
6 907
30 949

33 639
171 653
26 840
75 760
124 750
287 407

42 408
1 465 575
42 358
122 562
1 385 956
1 216 892

40 757
1 641 119
38 450
130 599
1 424 072
1 465 394

38 563
1 478 110
50 684
125 341
1 373 446
1 640 842

39 860
1 486 539
67 785
140 015
1 456 993
2 122 189

34 234
1 436 483
53 653
124 193
1 681 604
2 103 890
17 658 590

Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*

867 482

1 653 856

6 921 662

16 249 647

17 279 978

17 024 772

18 012 490

IEA Total

1 953 011

2 910 745

10 586 134

27 010 266

27 583 158

27 087 008

28 767 092

29 253 032

OECD Total*
Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Republic
Uruguay

1 953 011
-

2 910 745
67 511
-

10 693 825
84 691
-

27 633 719
66 263
400 474
21 750
4 405

28 240 316
52 604
439 765
18 046
3 870

27 766 453
96 366
331 067
20 616
2 712

29 632 363
139 746
490 116
32 201
2 996

30 191 355
288 193
403 121
35 682
3 040

Venezuela
Other

4 438
28 730

66 570
31 474

79 884
29 527

96 748
30 181

88 760
30 400

Non-OECD Americas
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia-Herzegovina
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM

67 511
-

84 691
167 200
494 322
708 685
18 473
252 614
26 763
-

526 060
76 456
796 579
15 632
128 088
40 094
3 988

612 329
83 769
813 418
15 513
130 460
45 882
4 529

560 172
65 550
680 404
8 849
99 130
39 448
2 997

791 988
63 761
833 077
9 283
99 133
40 407
4 449

849 196
64 090
772 363
9 276
107 366
33 962
4 449

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990.

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Table 8: World imports of natural gas (continued)


Terajoules
1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia

311 773
-

437 413
-

209 568
376 931
67 583
124 787
224 397
152 365
275 754
2 625 490
95 836
60 320
3 418 435
83 288
..
..

64 184
249 006
29 308
61 201
138 425
88 955
179 802
278 603
84 136
24 596
1 954 395
49 882
..
..

49 488
241 844
28 135
50 953
116 284
78 343
164 264
297 467
83 149
19 494
2 051 828
39 906
..
..

50 242
84 069
25 009
65 117
101 846
68 931
74 342
310 620
58 673
15 450
1 426 247
31 925
..
..

46 972
137 089
17 585
42 014
115 577
70 993
84 471
162 745
72 890
12 245
1 375 095
25 540
..
..

58 656
154 207
17 559
64 683
129 792
71 093
116 569
74 084
12 160
1 683 535
25 575
..
..

Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia
South Africa
Tunisia
Morocco
Other Africa

311 773
-

437 413
-

9 382 811
42 020
-

4 263 330
110 200
80 157
22 990
90

4 314 726
121 600
99 712
20 001
90

3 208 849
96 140
80 135
22 818
102

3 213 326
115 520
76 880
24 419
106

3 399 419
129 048
84 036
24 481
114

Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Republic
U.A.E.

42 020
76 000
-

213 437
242 767
104 256
245 100

241 403
278 147
119 677
70 380
5 278
585 200

199 195
227 828
136 011
33 820
1 931
62 100
34 307
655 500

216 925
354 094
100 125
105 640
9 867
78 660
26 013
661 580

237 679
545 277
31 046
136 800
5 835
76 000
7 540
665 000

Middle East
Chinese Taipei
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia

76 000
35 465
-

592 123
449 740
448 504
227 552
316 338
371 817
-

1 058 682
492 365
432 868
191 111
333 268
368 947
3 221

1 151 497
480 365
485 276
211 656
309 823
347 692
3 643

1 335 979
602 086
479 069
293 620
334 944
382 958
3 895

1 467 498
684 737
591 435
333 617
348 802
409 091
3 800

Asia

35 465

1 813 951

1 821 780

1 838 455

2 096 572

2 371 482

Hong Kong, China

104 350

120 712

117 233

145 689

116 014

China, People's Rep.

156 503

179 238

297 199

585 702

1 202 968

Non-OECD
World

311 773

504 924

9 620 987

7 669 754

8 348 870

7 372 600

8 386 181

9 644 256

2 264 784

3 415 669

20 314 812

35 303 473

36 589 186

35 139 053

38 018 544

39 835 611

2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.

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II.20 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 9: World exports of natural gas


Million cubic metres

Canada
Mexico
United States
OECD Americas
Australia
OECD Asia Pacific
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
France
Germany
Hungary
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Slovak Republic
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*
IEA Total
OECD Total*
Argentina
Bolivia
Colombia
Peru
Trinidad
Non-OECD Americas
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Croatia
Kazakhstan
Russian Federation
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Other
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia
Algeria
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Libya
Mozambique
Nigeria
Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Iraq
Oman
Qatar
UAE
Yemen
Middle East
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Vietnam
Other
Asia
China, People's Rep.
Non-OECD
World

1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

25 153
568
2 264
27 985

28 372
57
2 180
30 609

40 689
2 424
43 113

107 163
1 433
23 290
131 886

103 000
1 112
27 276
131 388

95 241
687
30 366
126 294

95 589
860
32 190
128 639

92 724
250
42 678
135 652

2 791
2 791

19 492
19 492

18 602
18 602

20 957
20 957

24 298
24 298

27 141
27 141

8
10
159
3
18 403
18 583
46 000
46 568
201
4 690
4 891
1 253
495
1 748
5 256
5 256
2 306
2 306
14 201
60 769

5
101
135
14
35 265
35 520
66 072
66 129
1 933
1 933
201
6 912
7 113
2 314
3 152
5 466
8 075
8 075
1 514
2 510
4 024
26 611
92 740

1 051
339
1 218
25
18
36 064
25 380
1
64 096
110 000
110 000
2 569
2 569
5 424
3 929
245 461
69 761
2 846
3 475
..
..
330 896
29 558
1 240
30 798
1 934
2 000
3 200
7 134
7 463
30 137
9 266
46 866
418 263
528 263

2 778
402
4 518
898
12 222
21
68
55 668
85 866
45
180
31
11 272
173 969
323 914
325 347
2 689
11 890
100
19 861
34 540
1 823
751
7 773
188 620
47 738
4
14 661
..
..
261 370
56 814
16 600
1 499
9 983
2 644
21 728
109 268
5 621
17 410
41 516
7 620
72 167
9 833
39 512
26 745
10 216
586
6 110
93 002
2 600
572 947
898 294

1 995
711
968
5 516
1 265
12 685
23
210
61 718
96 351
39
186
47
435
11 150
193 299
342 177
343 289
1 069
12 107
95
20 395
33 666
5 260
696
6 238
192 056
49 246
5
14 960
..
..
268 461
56 792
17 698
4 450
10 400
2 965
20 550
112 855
4 714
15 722
57 897
7 820
86 153
9 316
39 542
25 389
9 515
260
5 772
89 794
3 245
594 174
937 463

3 799
3 560
1 111
4 006
2 224
11 305
86
125
55 612
99 857
41
15
1 029
708
12 489
195 967
342 531
343 218
614
9 816
1 856
20 976
33 262
5 867
805
6 621
165 537
19 741
5
15 160
..
..
213 736
51 979
18 325
4 725
9 170
2 898
15 990
103 087
6 785
17 162
67 425
7 010
431
98 813
8 810
37 452
26 425
9 556
6 802
89 045
3 209
541 152
884 370

4 968
3 228
159
3 535
2 953
16 934
227
141
59 532
102 348
46
1 155
649
15 998
211 873
363 950
364 810
466
11 631
1 608
2 205
21 239
37 149
6 187
484
6 230
187 607
24 129
6
14 362
..
..
239 005
53 895
14 830
5 160
9 800
3 127
24 300
111 112
8 491
16 847
97 947
7 900
5 556
136 741
8 350
41 206
28 617
10 522
5 940
94 635
4 030
622 672
987 482

4 852
2 511
167
3 125
4 877
19 694
567
124
55 852
99 104
29
3
1 698
713
16 555
209 871
372 414
372 664
200
12 759
2 000
4 530
18 903
38 392
6 817
228
5 906
195 700
28 955
13 788
..
..
251 394
49 476
10 233
5 200
2 420
3 396
25 520
96 245
9 332
17 000
119 030
7 900
8 260
161 522
8 400
46 237
30 334
10 238
6 525
101 734
3 053
652 340
1 025 004

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990

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Table 10: World exports of natural gas


Terajoules

Canada
Mexico
United States
OECD Americas
Australia
OECD Asia Pacific
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
France
Germany
Hungary
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Slovak Republic
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
OECD Europe*
IEA Total
OECD Total*
Argentina
Bolivia
Colombia
Peru
Trinidad
Non-OECD Americas
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Croatia
Kazakhstan
Russian Federation
Turkmenistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Other
Former Soviet Union
Former Yugoslavia
Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia
Algeria
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Libya
Mozambique
Nigeria
Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Iraq
Oman
Qatar
UAE
Yemen
Middle East
Brunei Darussalam
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Vietnam
Other
Asia
China, People's Rep.
Non-OECD
World

1971

1973

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

953 313
22 349
86 931
1 062 593

1 075 287
2 240
82 894
1 160 421

1 537 221
91 905
1 629 126

4 106 487
57 078
877 948
5 041 513

3 940 791
41 544
1 027 951
5 010 286

3 660 093
27 336
1 145 976
4 833 405

3 682 101
34 234
1 216 629
4 932 964

3 571 721
9 728
1 612 154
5 193 603

109 300
109 300

779 676
779 676

744 095
744 095

838 297
838 297

971 908
971 908

1 085 657
1 085 657

279
356
5 309
116
613 174
619 234
1 659 478
1 681 827

186
3 676
4 501
540
1 175 009
1 183 912
2 342 093
2 344 333

43 172
13 817
43 532
929
690
1 201 667
1 031 422
35
2 335 264
4 073 690
4 073 690

105 296
15 196
188 377
36 192
450 935
795
2 591
1 855 921
3 406 124
1 677
6 967
1 188
443 373
6 514 632
12 278 743
12 335 821

75 640
27 567
36 766
229 373
50 991
471 304
874
8 003
2 057 637
3 827 004
1 470
7 176
1 899
16 706
441 612
7 254 022
12 966 859
13 008 403

144 024
140 866
42 309
166 516
89 626
420 979
3 283
4 764
1 854 073
3 963 230
1 554
594
41 552
27 139
493 560
7 394 069
13 038 435
13 065 771

189 705
128 123
6 063
146 899
118 983
660 239
8 668
5 372
1 984 740
4 062 705
1 752
46 749
24 846
635 037
8 019 881
13 890 519
13 924 753

185 255
99 647
6 375
130 056
203 644
767 822
21 661
4 724
1 862 051
3 926 463
1 099
118
68 666
27 353
661 275
7 966 209
14 235 741
14 245 469

74 624
74 624

99 125
99 125

104 741
462 987
3 460
773 328
1 344 516

41 624
471 465
3 290
794 138
1 310 517

23 907
382 216
64 221
816 748
1 287 092

18 133
452 892
55 617
99 066
826 979
1 452 687

7 789
496 835
69 196
203 497
736 026
1 513 343

7 555
176 826
184 381

7 555
260 586
268 141

204 485
148 141
9 383 976
2 630 000
107 307
130 964
..
..
12 604 873

71 003
28 565
303 248
7 210 955
1 799 728
156
555 498
..
..
9 969 153

204 825
26 027
243 406
7 342 290
1 856 562
195
566 835
..
..
10 240 140

228 449
30 407
258 345
6 328 479
744 226
178
574 393
..
..
8 164 477

241 672
18 288
243 105
7 172 216
909 668
214
544 162
..
..
9 129 325

266 272
8 613
230 452
7 481 611
1 091 604
522 414
..
..
9 600 966

52 636
18 793
71 429

97 187
119 789
216 976

1 241 454
47 120
1 288 574

2 386 198
630 800
56 966
379 354
100 469
825 677
4 379 464

2 385 245
672 535
169 116
395 200
112 671
780 900
4 515 667

2 183 127
696 350
179 546
348 460
110 139
607 620
4 125 242

2 263 580
563 540
196 095
372 400
118 817
923 400
4 437 832

2 077 992
388 854
197 600
91 960
129 048
969 760
3 855 214

206 836
206 836
87 634
87 634
550 280
2 232 107

317 807
317 807
59 070
95 365
154 435
1 031 983
3 376 316

76 111
76 000
124 800
276 911
291 208
1 223 582
363 665
1 878 455
16 147 938
20 221 628

221 220
661 596
1 718 772
297 180
2 898 768
383 698
1 604 183
1 049 718
401 178
22 609
232 184
3 693 570
101 221
22 386 692
34 722 513

185 527
597 420
2 396 941
304 980
3 484 868
394 051
1 605 404
996 510
373 657
10 048
219 330
3 599 000
126 331
23 276 523
36 284 926

267 044
652 146
2 791 405
273 390
17 481
4 001 466
372 663
1 520 541
1 037 148
375 260
258 493
3 564 105
124 930
21 267 312
34 333 083

334 176
640 171
4 055 000
308 100
225 586
5 563 033
353 186
1 672 981
1 123 193
413 187
225 728
3 788 275
156 892
24 528 044
38 452 797

367 270
646 000
4 927 842
308 100
335 356
6 584 568
355 320
1 877 222
1 190 579
402 036
247 950
4 073 107
118 856
25 746 054
39 991 523

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.
* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990

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Table 11: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin


2008

1 415

Belgium

6 835

6 522

559

84

Canada

15 601

Chile

Czech Republic

2 073

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

9 073

14 653

7 044

938

Germany

19 972

27 531

Greece

985

Hungary

138

18

Ireland

4 798

Israel

320

Italy

1 165

7 050

5 535

25 992

Indonesia

Equatorial
Guinea

Netherlands

Egypt

Germany

Brunei

France

Austria

Algeria

Denmark

United States

Canada

Australia

Origins:
Importing countries

Norway

Australia

United Kindom

Million cubic metres

Japan

17 044

87

979

688

8 554

1 777

1 644

19 529

Korea

585

446

959

2 927

707

4 058

Luxembourg

13

587

43

Mexico

92

10 111

1 177

Netherlands

2 682

1 032

13 256

4 328

Norway

Poland

906

Portugal

2 036

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

326

Spain

135

2 739

13 878

4 632

Sweden

914

Switzerland

344

2 458

549

Turkey

4 148

United Kingdom

8 440

25 528

287

101 632

421

United States
Total OECD

17 629 101 632

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3 596

617

5 579

51 932 100 439

1 553

9 685

26 691

55 873

9 513

13 408

2 351

23 587

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Table 11: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin (continued)
2008

Qatar

Trinidad and
Tobago

U. A. E.

5 484

5 484

6 391

2 386

10 192

Austria

2 775

79

852

469

18 175

Belgium

15 601

Canada

780

780

Chile

7 500

9 573

Czech Republic

946

946

Estonia

4 739

4 739

Finland

2 245

6 772

5 721

46 446

France

40 735

3 753

91 991

Germany

2 798

437

4 220

Greece

8 855

1 937

455

11 403

Hungary

4 798

Ireland

320

Israel

9 871

23 486

3 768

76 867

Italy

18 675

2 548

4 290

11 333

474

7 769

95 391

Japan

8 385

453

6 323

11 579

764

31

37 217

Korea

295

317

1 255

Luxembourg

1 110

69

1 305

13 864

Mexico

5 161

26 459

Netherlands

7 783

2 508

11 202

Poland

2 727

4 763

Portugal

6 266

6 266

Slovak Republic

509

241

1 076

Slovenia

545

8 277

171

5 125

4 988

260

40 750

914

Sweden
Switzerland

Total Imports

Peru

Non Specified

Oman

Oth. FSU

Nigeria

Uzbekistan

Malaysia

Turkmenistan

Libya

Russian
Federation

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Denmark

Norway

Spain

78

3 429

4 113

1 017

22 962

4 580

333

37 153

Turkey

534

2 202

36 991

United Kingdom

341

88

7 556

4 113

10 416 27 060 18 718 10 784

30 969 15 700

1 227 112 818

United States

7 800

146 050

4 445

455

4 585

27 456 731 083

Total OECD

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Table 12: Natural gas imports into non-OECD countries by origin


2008

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Bolivia

China

Egypt

Equatorial
Guinea

Indonesia

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Malaysia

Myanmar

Russian Federation 1
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Morocco
511
Tunisia
2 508
South Africa
Other Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Rep.
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
3 784
167
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
77
India
160
80
530
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia 1
Total Non-OECD 2
3 944
80
3 793
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

Argentina

Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herz.
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania

Algeria

Norway

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Million cubic metres

438
102
540

921
10 716
11 637

3 177
3 177

100
3 149
140
250
240
3 879

161
830
415
1 406

3 950
4 869
7 108
15 927

3 630
80
1 662
5 372

10 137
10 137

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Table 12: Natural gas imports into non-OECD countries by origin (continued)
2008
Russian
Federation

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Oth. FSU

Non Specified

130
130

513
9 639
1 053
11 205

2 222
21 061
410
3 432
1 083
121
1 295
1 495
1 368
3 125
2 314
4 321
2 177
1 376
45 800

1 635
111
31 251
7 067
40 064

3 068
721
10 318
14 107

7 781
7 781

1 500
144
24
3 200
2
173
85
5 128

Total Imports

Kazakhstan

330
475
828
1 852
15 400
242
2 156
83
996
157
380
410
8 336
230
2 778
493
26 584
2 020
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

U. A. E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Nigeria

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

1 351
Argentina
11 154
Brazil
475
Dominican Rep.
828
Puerto Rico
102
Uruguay
1 500
Venezuela
2 222
Armenia
Azerbaijan
21 061
Belarus
410
Bosnia and Herz.
3 432
Bulgaria
1 227
Croatia
121
FYROM
1 295
Georgia
6 198
Kazakhstan
721
Kyrgyzstan
1 368
Latvia
3 125
Lithuania
2 314
Moldova
4 432
Romania
7 781 Russian Federation 1
2 201
Serbia
513
Tajikistan
52 584
Ukraine
1 053
Uzbekistan
Ghana
511
Morocco
2 508
Tunisia
3 200
South Africa
2
Other Africa
7 067
Islamic Rep. of Iran
3 149
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
1 852
Oman
140
Syrian Arab Rep.
15 400
U.A.E.
4 604 China, People's Rep.
3 177
Hong Kong, China
11 879
Chinese Taipei
11 164
India
4 869
Malaysia
8 770
Singapore
10 137
Thailand
Other Asia 1
85
2
215 982 Total Non-OECD

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Table 13: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin


2009

1 615

Belgium

168

6 139

6 310

730

88

Canada

19 682

84

Chile

335

Czech Republic

3 000

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

8 327

15 259

7 110

1 427

Germany

21 796

32 493

Greece

526

253

Hungary

648

383

Ireland

4 628

Israel

1 510

Italy

1 797

4 278

4 160

22 670

Indonesia

Equatorial
Guinea

Netherlands

Egypt

Germany

Brunei

France

Austria

Algeria

Denmark

United States

Canada

Australia

Origins:
Importing countries

Norway

Australia

United Kindom

Million cubic metres

Japan

17 423

788

84

8 376

1 882

17 828

Korea

1 715

78

692

312

1 492

4 027

Luxembourg

15

657

Mexico

88

9 359

454

Netherlands

2 053

725

13 423

5 829

Norway

Poland

1 084

Portugal

1 996

83

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

299

Spain

138

3 496

12 708

4 508

Sweden

1 220

Switzerland

376

2 364

472

Turkey

4 487

United Kingdom

74

6 475

23 478

71

1 763

528

United States

92 627

830

Total OECD

19 212

92 627

3 273

1 162

6 521

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

47 502 104 809 11 187

4 543

29 900

51 721

9 068

13 707

3 792

21 855

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - II.27

Table 13: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin (continued)
2009

Qatar

Trinidad and
Tobago

U. A. E.

6 462

6 462

7 315

2 704

11 634

Austria

86

6 055

158

492

872

21 098

Belgium

93

800

20 659

Canada

83

158

885

1 461

Chile

6 683

9 683

Czech Republic

642

642

Estonia

4 270

4 270

Finland

1 167

459

360

7 409

5 616

47 134

France

35 751

4 517

94 557

Germany

46

2 023

707

3 555

Greece

7 964

254

386

9 635

Hungary

Total Imports

Peru

Non Specified

Oman

Oth. FSU

Nigeria

Uzbekistan

Malaysia

Turkmenistan

Libya

Russian
Federation

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Denmark

4 628

Ireland

1 510

Israel

9 168

1 591

19 999

5 587

69 250

Italy

17 583

326

3 896

11 206

228

7 123

6 069

92 812

Japan

7 671

230

5 943

9 106

882

1 328

243

33 719

Korea

305

292

1 269

Luxembourg

2 705

133

87

163

12 989

Mexico

3 627

25 657

Netherlands

8 166

704

9 954

Poland

2 111

410

82

214

4 896

Portugal

5 834

44

5 878

Slovak Republic

494

226

1 019

Slovenia

758

4 381

1 421

4 520

4 452

194

36 576

Spain

1 220

Sweden
Switzerland

Norway

79

3 291

5 252

903

19 473

4 960

781

35 856

Turkey

5 560

1 888

1 396

41 233

United Kingdom

377

359

6 688

801

106 225

United States

254

5 664

32 169 718 772

Total OECD

5 252

9 926

25 254 12 286 11 260

39 165 16 157

7 205 137 844

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Table 14: Natural gas imports into non-OECD countries by origin


2009

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Bolivia

China

Egypt

Equatorial
Guinea

Indonesia

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Malaysia

Myanmar

Russian Federation 1
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Morocco
583
Tunisia
2 016
South Africa
Other Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
85
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Rep.
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
4 770
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
588
India
1 108
158
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia 1
Total Non-OECD 2
6 551
2 757
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

Argentina

Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herz.
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania

Algeria

Norway

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Million cubic metres

71
71

1 701
8 022
9 723

3 085
3 085

160
3 579
50
910
82
73
330
5 184

82
682
250
1 014

735
3 725
80
5 393
7 012
16 945

114
114

85
890
3 696
254
1 141
6 066

9 553
9 553

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - II.29

Table 14: Natural gas imports into non-OECD countries by origin (continued)
2009
Russian
Federation

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Oth. FSU

Non Specified

163
163

407
4 951
843
6 201

1 629
17 617
234
2 604
1 000
80
200
600
1 743
2 737
2 035
1 979
1 565
21 803
400
56 226

27
4 425
5 789
10 241

1 555
641
6 128
8 324

1 000
8 125
9 125

1 800
44
19
2 530
3
270
675
96
5 437

Total Imports

Kazakhstan

613
79
296
543
777
85
235
1 634
17 250
85
90
550
80
928
165
1 644
88
317
345
8 155
680
1 409
685
29 233
3 312
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

U. A. E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Nigeria

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

2 474
Argentina
8 397
Brazil
543
Dominican Rep.
777
Puerto Rico
71
Uruguay
1 800
Venezuela
1 743
Armenia
Azerbaijan
17 617
Belarus
234
Bosnia and Herz.
2 604
Bulgaria
1 044
Croatia
80
FYROM
1 200
Georgia
2 155
Kazakhstan
641
Kyrgyzstan
1 743
Latvia
2 737
Lithuania
2 035
Moldova
2 006
Romania
8 125 Russian Federation 1
1 584
Serbia
407
Tajikistan
37 307
Ukraine
843
Uzbekistan
Ghana
583
Morocco
2 016
Tunisia
2 530
South Africa
3
Other Africa
5 789
Islamic Rep. of Iran
3 579
Jordan
890
Kuwait
50
Lebanon
1 634
Oman
910
Syrian Arab Rep.
17 250
U.A.E.
7 634 China, People's Rep.
3 085
Hong Kong, China
11 589
Chinese Taipei
12 515
India
5 393
Malaysia
8 153
Singapore
9 553
Thailand
Other Asia 1
96
2
191 419 Total Non-OECD

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Table 15: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin


2010

1 968

Belgium

484

5 799

7 279

1 163

162

Canada

20 509

Chile

173

386

1 342

Czech Republic

1 057

Denmark

152

Estonia

Finland

France

7 881

16 303

6 175

644

Germany

22 185

28 818

Greece

1 142

Hungary

440

127

Ireland

5 119

Israel

2 104

Italy

1 624

3 163

2 987

27 670

870

Indonesia

Equatorial
Guinea

Netherlands

Egypt

Germany

Brunei

France

Austria

Algeria

Denmark

United States

Canada

Australia

Origins:
Importing countries

Norway

Australia

United Kindom

Million cubic metres

Japan

18 548

779

8 317

763

412

18 102

Korea

1 347

153

226

1 027

2 288

613

7 414

Luxembourg

16

707

Mexico

9 829

183

891

Netherlands

940

808

12 889

7 073

Norway

Poland

1 133

Portugal

1 949

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

347

Spain

165

3 337

12 008

2 825

Sweden

1 631

Switzerland

563

2 517

502

Turkey

3 907

United Kingdom

8 164

25 838

1 051

115

United States

92 872

737

Total OECD

19 895

92 872

2 571

1 168

6 845

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

47 710 102 073 13 355

2 067

31 343

54 422

9 344

12 407

2 367

26 407

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Table 15: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin (continued)
2010

Qatar

Trinidad and
Tobago

U. A. E.

5 643

5 643

6 446

4 003

12 417

Austria

156

81

5 553

459

1 774

22 910

Belgium

92

424

1 595

22 620

Canada

256

675

745

3 577

Chile

7 453

8 510

Czech Republic

152

Denmark

689

689

Estonia

4 703

4 703

Finland

3 387

2 503

73

7 524

4 255

48 745

France

32 426

5 233

88 662

Germany

2 066

643

3 851

Greece

6 771

2 299

9 637

Hungary

5 119

Ireland

2 104

Israel

9 401

6 154

168

14 964

8 353

75 354

Italy

20 464

1 059

3 725

10 809

155

7 118

8 369

167

98 787

Japan

6 452

1 072

5 994

81

9 933

851

337

3 847

2 217

43 852

Korea

327

314

1 364

Luxembourg

3 166

264

674

63

15 070

Mexico

4 039

25 749

Netherlands

9 756

10 895

Poland

2 691

185

335

5 160

Portugal

6 098

6 098

Slovak Republic

495

211

1 053

Slovenia

579

7 463

341

5 841

3 193

969

36 721

Spain

1 631

Sweden
Switzerland

Total Imports

Peru

Non Specified

Oman

Oth. FSU

Nigeria

Uzbekistan

Malaysia

Turkmenistan

Libya

Russian
Federation

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Norway

94

3 676

7 766

1 189

17 575

4 521

3 079

38 037

Turkey

335

14 585

1 517

2 164

53 769

United Kingdom

1 182

454

1 291

5 373

972

58 023 13 785

7 766

9 980

26 916 21 700 10 060

7 455 134 007

1 950 105 926

United States

4 527

44 511 762 481

Total OECD

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Table 16: Natural gas imports into Non-OECD countries by origin


2010

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Bolivia

China

Egypt

Equatorial
Guinea

Indonesia

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Malaysia

Myanmar

Russian Federation 1
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Morocco
623
Tunisia
1 934
South Africa
Other Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Rep.
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
3 844
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
1 082
74
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia 1
Total Non-OECD 2
4 926
74
2 557
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

Argentina

Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herz.
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania

Algeria

Norway

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Million cubic metres

79
79

1 800
9 745
11 545

3 834
3 834

90
2 635
450
254
690
172
86
4 377

280
86
338
172
876

2 497
2 550
7 481
7 364
19 892

251
251

230
1 710
3 700
1 450
7 090

10 522
10 522

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Table 16: Natural gas imports into Non-OECD countries by origin (continued)
2010
Russian
Federation

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Oth. FSU

Non Specified

30
240
424
694

4 257
322
674
5 253

1 440
21 570
245
2 608
1 046
118
187
1 000
1 125
3 106
2 095
2 230
1 766
35 969
90
523
597
75 715

8 600
3 550
12 150

2 513
451
2 964

935
397
1 332

90
2 180
24
49
202
3 040
3
200
886
447
103
7 224

Total Imports

Kazakhstan

150
1 638
857
160
660
800
847
794
80
890
320
2 070
17 410
172
86
1 691
1 121
510
3 515
443
320
10 670
660
2 550
1 486
160
36 166
5 502
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

U. A. E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Nigeria

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

3 588
Argentina
12 432
Brazil
847
Dominican Rep.
794
Puerto Rico
79
Uruguay
2 180
Venezuela
1 691
Armenia
Azerbaijan
21 570
Belarus
245
Bosnia and Herz.
2 608
Bulgaria
1 070
Croatia
118
FYROM
1 122
Georgia
3 513
Kazakhstan
451
Kyrgyzstan
1 125
Latvia
3 106
Lithuania
2 095
Moldova
2 279
Romania
4 257 Russian Federation 1
1 968
Serbia
322
Tajikistan
35 969
Ukraine
674
Uzbekistan
Ghana
623
Morocco
1 934
Tunisia
3 040
South Africa
3
Other Africa
8 997
Islamic Rep. of Iran
2 635
Jordan
2 780
Kuwait
254
Lebanon
2 070
Oman
690
Syrian Arab Rep.
17 410
U.A.E.
15 045 China, People's Rep.
3 834
Hong Kong, China
14 526
Chinese Taipei
12 355
India
7 481
Malaysia
8 814
Singapore
10 522
Thailand
Other Asia 1
103
2
217 219 Total Non-OECD

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Table 17: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin


2011

1 351

Belgium

122

4 424

4 894

498

Canada

28 722

Chile

77

111

1 315

84

Czech Republic

279

Denmark

369

Estonia

Finland

France

586

8 460

15 765

16

5 415

807

Germany

21 072

27 986

Greece

728

75

Hungary

68

Ireland

4 489

Israel

702

Italy

2 809

3 647

3 624

22 952

500

Indonesia

Equatorial
Guinea

Netherlands

Egypt

Germany

Brunei

France

Austria

Algeria

Denmark

United States

Canada

Australia

Origins:
Importing countries

Norway

Australia

United Kindom

Million cubic metres

Japan

19 029

481

339

157

8 646

1 192

2 973

11 068

Korea

961

535

69

902

595

859

10 131

Luxembourg

14

613

Mexico

14 017

264

Netherlands

852

404

13 916

5 815

Norway

Poland

1 714

Portugal

1 914

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

298

Spain

489

2 909

13 426

2 307

Sweden

1 296

Switzerland

568

1 966

640

Turkey

4 156

United Kingdom

6 454

21 845

128

163

69

United States

87 834

430

994

Total OECD

19 990

87 834

2 148

1 125

7 970

44 711

94 628

10 818

43 352

49 209

9 548

7 352

5 147

21 547

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Table 17: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin (continued)
2011

Qatar

Trinidad and
Tobago

U. A. E.

6 526

6 526

6 221

7 059

14 631

Austria

136

5 712

136

293

2 970

19 185

Belgium

155

1 295

30 172

Canada

603

1 205

757

4 152

Chile

9 042

9 321

Czech Republic

369

Denmark

631

631

Estonia

4 117

4 117

Finland

3 321

2 635

715

6 258

2 087

46 065

France

31 105

7 187

87 350

Germany

107

161

25

2 700

714

4 510

Greece

5 218

2 733

8 019

Hungary

4 489

Ireland

702

Israel

2 339

6 204

271

19 634

8 389

70 369

Italy

21 176

4 672

5 918

1 053

20 021

367

7 893

10 881

589

116 455

Japan

5 210

1 533

5 444

898

10 519

1 911

3 577

3 688

46 832

Korea

284

272

1 183

Luxembourg

1 152

651

1 715

281

18 080

Mexico

2 022

23 009

Netherlands

10 076

11 790

Poland

3 073

198

5 185

Portugal

5 907

5 907

Slovak Republic

425

181

904

Slovenia

86

6 990

171

4 607

2 461

2 043

35 489

Spain

1 296

Sweden
Switzerland

Total Imports

Peru

Non Specified

Oman

Oth. FSU

Nigeria

Uzbekistan

Malaysia

Turkmenistan

Libya

Russian
Federation

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Norway

87

3 261

8 190

1 248

25 434

3 807

1 070

43 905

Turkey

1 222

21 550

498

1 518

53 447

United Kingdom

67

2 576

3 642

1 777

97 791

United States

50 127 775 143

Total OECD

8 190

2 425

26 386 23 521 11 533

471
3 073

76 458 12 526

7 893 143 825

3 807

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Table 18: Natural gas imports into non-OECD countries by origin


2011

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Bolivia

China

Egypt

Equatorial
Guinea

Indonesia

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Malaysia

Myanmar

Russian Federation 1
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Morocco
625
Tunisia
2 114
South Africa
Other Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
270
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Rep.
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
4 530
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
400
130
India
130
130
200
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia 1
Total Non-OECD 2
5 330
260
2 939
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

Argentina

Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herz.
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania

Algeria

Norway

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Million cubic metres

80
80

3 540
9 285
12 825

3 053
3 053

130
817
140
150
200
270
670
670
3 047

130
800
930

3 150
2 530
8 500
6 879
21 059

250
250

400
2 400
4 530
130
2 300
9 760

11 240
11 240

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Table 18: Natural gas imports into non-OECD countries by origin (continued)
2011
Russian
Federation

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Oth. FSU

Non Specified

130
130
130
390

320
675
995

1 450
19 998
245
2 824
870
118
310
1 200
1 732
3 488
2 100
3 045
1 800
44 037
400
270
83 887

13 355
14 300
27 655

2 752
450
3 202

1 100
500
1 600

270
2 000
29
100
200
3 396
3
1 460
120
536
100
8 214

Total Imports

Kazakhstan

400
400
2 930
130
270
270
939
800
800
1 730
130
2 000
17 500
930
130
3 200
930
130
160
5 460
260
147
130
12 520
530
3 337
260
290
43 080
5 859
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

U. A. E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Nigeria

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

7 400
Argentina
10 225
Brazil
939
Dominican Rep.
800
Puerto Rico
80
Uruguay
2 000
Venezuela
1 700
Armenia
Azerbaijan
19 998
Belarus
245
Bosnia and Herz.
2 824
Bulgaria
899
Croatia
118
FYROM
1 410
Georgia
3 952
Kazakhstan
450
Kyrgyzstan
1 732
Latvia
3 488
Lithuania
2 100
Moldova
3 145
Romania
Russian Federation 1
2 000
Serbia
320
Tajikistan
44 037
Ukraine
675
Uzbekistan
Ghana
625
Morocco
2 114
Tunisia
3 396
South Africa
3
Other Africa
13 855
Islamic Rep. of Iran
817
Jordan
3 600
Kuwait
150
Lebanon
2 000
Oman
200
Syrian Arab Rep.
17 500
U.A.E.
30 900 China, People's Rep.
3 053
Hong Kong, China
16 520
Chinese Taipei
15 253
India
8 500
Malaysia
9 179
Singapore
11 240
Thailand
Other Asia 1
100
2
249 542 Total Non-OECD

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Table 19: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries


2008

1 415

Belgium

6 835

6 436

559

Canada

15 601

Chile

Czech Republic

2 073

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

9 073

14 653

Germany

19 972

27 531

Greece

Hungary

138

18

Ireland

4 798

Israel

320

Italy

1 165

7 050

5 535

24 437

Japan

Korea

Luxembourg

13

587

43

Mexico

10 111

Netherlands

2 682

1 032

13 256

4 328

Norway

Poland

906

Portugal

2 036

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

326

Spain

135

1 717

9 264

Sweden

914

Switzerland

344

2 458

549

Turkey

United Kingdom

8 440

25 528

United States

101 632

Total OECD

101 632

3 596

617

5 579

51 932

98 731

9 685

25 712

36 106

320

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Indonesia

Equatorial
Guinea

Netherlands

Egypt

Germany

Brunei

France

Austria

Algeria

Denmark

United States

Canada

Australia

Origins:
Importing countries

Norway

Australia

United Kindom

Million cubic metres

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Table 19: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries (continued)
2008

Qatar

Trinidad and
Tobago

U. A. E.

5 484

5 484

6 391

2 386

10 192

Austria

852

458

15 140

Belgium

15 601

Canada

780

780

Chile

7 500

9 573

Czech Republic

946

946

Estonia

4 739

4 739

Finland

6 772

5 721

36 219

France

40 735

3 753

91 991

Germany

2 798

437

3 235

Greece

8 855

1 937

455

11 403

Hungary

4 798

Ireland

320

Israel

9 871

23 486

3 768

75 312

295

317

1 255

10 111

Mexico

5 161

26 459

Netherlands

7 783

2 508

11 202

Poland

2 036

Portugal

6 266

6 266

Slovak Republic

509

241

1 076

Slovenia

11 116

914

Sweden
Switzerland

Total Imports

Peru

Non Specified

Oman

Oth. FSU

Nigeria

Uzbekistan

Malaysia

Turkmenistan

Libya

Russian
Federation

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Denmark

Italy
Japan
Korea
Luxembourg

Norway

Spain

78

3 429

4 113

22 962

4 580

31 655

Turkey

2 202

36 170

United Kingdom

4 113

9 871

146 050 4 445

1 227 102 859

United States

455

4 585

26 852 530 281

Total OECD

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Table 20: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries


2008

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Bolivia

China

Egypt

Equatorial
Guinea

Indonesia

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Malaysia

Myanmar

Russian Federation 1
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Morocco
511
Tunisia
2 508
South Africa
Other Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Rep.
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia 1
Total Non-OECD 2
3 019
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

Argentina

Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herz.
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania

Algeria

Norway

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Million cubic metres

438
102
540

921
10 716
11 637

3 177
3 177

3 149
140
3 289

4 869
7 108
11 977

1 662
1 662

10 137
10 137

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Table 20: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries (continued)
2008
Russian
Federation

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Oth. FSU

Non Specified

513
9 639
1 053
11 205

2 222
21 061
410
3 432
1 083
121
1 295
1 495
1 368
3 125
2 314
4 321
2 177
1 376
45 800

1 635
111
31 251
7 067
40 064

3 068
721
10 318
14 107

7 781
7 781

1 500
144
24
3 200
2
85
4 955

Total Imports

Kazakhstan

1 852
15 400
17 252
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

U. A. E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Nigeria

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

921
Argentina
11 154
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
102
Uruguay
1 500
Venezuela
2 222
Armenia
Azerbaijan
21 061
Belarus
410
Bosnia and Herz.
3 432
Bulgaria
1 227
Croatia
121
FYROM
1 295
Georgia
6 198
Kazakhstan
721
Kyrgyzstan
1 368
Latvia
3 125
Lithuania
2 314
Moldova
4 432
Romania
7 781 Russian Federation 1
2 201
Serbia
513
Tajikistan
52 584
Ukraine
1 053
Uzbekistan
Ghana
511
Morocco
2 508
Tunisia
3 200
South Africa
2
Other Africa
7 067
Islamic Rep. of Iran
3 149
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
1 852
Oman
140
Syrian Arab Rep.
15 400
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
3 177
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
India
4 869
Malaysia
8 770
Singapore
10 137
Thailand
Other Asia 1
85
2
186 602 Total Non-OECD

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Table 21: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries


2009

1 615

Belgium

168

6 139

6 140

730

Canada

19 682

Chile

Czech Republic

3 000

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

8 327

14 993

42

Germany

21 796

32 493

Greece

Hungary

648

383

Ireland

4 628

Israel

1 510

Italy

1 797

4 278

4 160

21 371

Japan

Korea

Luxembourg

15

657

Mexico

9 359

Netherlands

2 053

725

13 423

5 829

Norway

Poland

1 084

Portugal

1 996

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

299

Spain

138

2 008

7 186

Sweden

1 220

Switzerland

376

2 364

472

Turkey

United Kingdom

6 475

23 309

United States

92 627

Total OECD

92 627

3 273

1 162

6 521

29 041

30 894

1 510

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47 502 101 798 11 187

Indonesia

Equatorial
Guinea

Netherlands

Egypt

Germany

Brunei

France

Austria

Algeria

Denmark

United States

Canada

Australia

Origins:
Importing countries

Norway

Australia

United Kindom

Million cubic metres

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Table 21: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries (continued)
2009

Qatar

Trinidad and
Tobago

U. A. E.

6 462

6 462

7 315

2 704

11 634

Austria

492

872

14 541

Belgium

19 682

Canada

885

885

Chile

6 683

9 683

Czech Republic

642

642

Estonia

4 270

4 270

Finland

7 409

5 536

36 307

France

35 751

4 517

94 557

Germany

2 023

707

2 730

Greece

7 964

254

386

9 635

Hungary

4 628

Ireland

1 510

Israel

9 168

19 999

5 587

66 360

305

292

1 269

9 359

Mexico

3 627

25 657

Netherlands

8 166

704

9 954

Poland

214

2 210

Portugal

5 834

44

5 878

Slovak Republic

494

226

1 019

Slovenia

15

9 347

Spain

1 220

Sweden
Switzerland

Total Imports

Peru

Non Specified

Oman

Oth. FSU

Nigeria

Uzbekistan

Malaysia

Turkmenistan

Libya

Russian
Federation

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Denmark

Italy
Japan
Korea
Luxembourg

Norway

79

3 291

5 252

19 473

4 960

29 685

Turkey

1 396

31 180

United Kingdom

801

93 428

United States

5 252

9 168

130 447

254

5 664

30 723 507 023

Total OECD

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Table 22: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries


2009

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Bolivia

China

Egypt

Equatorial
Guinea

Indonesia

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Malaysia

Myanmar

Russian Federation 1
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Morocco
583
Tunisia
2 016
South Africa
Other Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Rep.
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia 1
Total Non-OECD 2
2 599
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

Argentina

Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herz.
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania

Algeria

Norway

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Million cubic metres

71
71

1 701
8 022
9 723

3 085
3 085

3 579
50
910
4 539

5 393
7 012
12 405

114
114

1 141
1 141

9 553
9 553

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Table 22: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries (continued)
2009
Russian
Federation

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Oth. FSU

Non Specified

407
4 951
843
6 201

1 629
17 617
234
2 604
1 000
80
200
600
1 743
2 737
2 035
1 979
1 565
21 803
55 826

27
4 425
5 789
10 241

1 555
641
6 128
8 324

1 000
8 125
9 125

1 800
44
19
2 530
3
96
4 492

Total Imports

Kazakhstan

1 634
17 250
18 884
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

U. A. E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Nigeria

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

1 701
Argentina
8 022
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
71
Uruguay
1 800
Venezuela
1 743
Armenia
Azerbaijan
17 617
Belarus
234
Bosnia and Herz.
2 604
Bulgaria
1 044
Croatia
80
FYROM
1 200
Georgia
2 155
Kazakhstan
641
Kyrgyzstan
1 743
Latvia
2 737
Lithuania
2 035
Moldova
2 006
Romania
8 125 Russian Federation 1
1 584
Serbia
407
Tajikistan
37 307
Ukraine
843
Uzbekistan
Ghana
583
Morocco
2 016
Tunisia
2 530
South Africa
3
Other Africa
5 789
Islamic Rep. of Iran
3 579
Jordan
Kuwait
50
Lebanon
1 634
Oman
910
Syrian Arab Rep.
17 250
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
3 085
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
India
5 393
Malaysia
8 153
Singapore
9 553
Thailand
Other Asia 1
96
2
156 323 Total Non-OECD

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Table 23: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries


2010

1 968

Belgium

484

5 799

7 198

1 163

Canada

20 509

Chile

Czech Republic

1 057

Denmark

152

Estonia

Finland

France

7 881

15 781

Germany

22 185 28 818

Greece

Hungary

440

127

Ireland

5 119

Israel

2 104

Italy

1 624

3 163

2 824

26 036

46

Japan

Korea

Luxembourg

16

707

Mexico

9 829

Netherlands

940

808

12 889

7 073

Norway

Poland

1 133

Portugal

1 949

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

347

Spain

165

1 505

7 229

Sweden

1 631

Switzerland

563

2 517

502

Turkey

United Kingdom

8 164

25 026

United States

92 872

Total OECD

92 872

2 571

1 168

6 845

2 150

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47 710 97 773 13 355 30 338 35 561

Indonesia

Equatorial
Guinea

Netherlands

Egypt

Germany

Brunei

France

Austria

Algeria

Denmark

United States

Canada

Australia

Origins:
Importing countries

Norway

Australia

United Kindom

Million cubic metres

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Table 23: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries (continued)
2010

Qatar

Trinidad and
Tobago

U. A. E.

5 643

5 643

6 446

4 003

12 417

Austria

459

1 774

16 877

Belgium

20 509

Canada

556

556

Chile

7 453

8 510

Czech Republic

152

Denmark

689

689

Estonia

4 703

4 703

Finland

7 524

4 255

35 441

France

32 426

5 233

88 662

Germany

2 066

643

2 709

Greece

6 771

2 299

9 637

Hungary

5 119

Ireland

2 104

Israel

9 401

14 964

8 353

66 411

327

314

1 364

9 829

Mexico

4 039

25 749

Netherlands

9 753

10 892

Poland

335

2 284

Portugal

6 098

6 098

Slovak Republic

495

211

1 053

Slovenia

8 899

Spain

1 631

Sweden
Switzerland

Total Imports

Peru

Non Specified

Oman

Oth. FSU

Nigeria

Uzbekistan

Malaysia

Turkmenistan

Libya

Russian
Federation

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Italy
Japan
Korea
Luxembourg

Norway

94

3 676

7 766

17 575

4 521

29 862

Turkey

2 000

35 190

United Kingdom

849

93 721

United States

7 766

9 401

121 788

4 527

36 562 510 387

Total OECD

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Table 24: Natural gas pipeline imports into Non-OECD countries


2010

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Bolivia

China

Egypt

Equatorial
Guinea

Indonesia

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Malaysia

Myanmar

Russian Federation 1
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Morocco
623
Tunisia
1 934
South Africa
Other Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Rep.
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia 1
Total Non-OECD 2
2 557
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

Argentina

Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herz.
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania

Algeria

Norway

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Million cubic metres

79
79

1 800
9 745
11 545

3 834
3 834

2 635
254
690
3 579

7 481
7 364
14 845

251
251

1 450
1 450

10 522
10 522

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Table 24: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries (continued)
2010
Russian
Federation

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Oth. FSU

Non Specified

4 257
322
674
5 253

1 440
21 570
245
2 608
1 046
118
187
1 000
1 125
3 106
2 095
2 230
1 766
35 969
74 505

8 600
3 550
12 150

2 513
451
2 964

935
397
1 332

2 180
24
49
202
3 040
3
103
5 601

Total Imports

Kazakhstan

2 070
17 410
19 480
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

U. A. E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Nigeria

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

1 800
Argentina
9 745
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
79
Uruguay
2 180
Venezuela
1 691
Armenia
Azerbaijan
21 570
Belarus
245
Bosnia and Herz.
2 608
Bulgaria
1 070
Croatia
118
FYROM
1 122
Georgia
3 513
Kazakhstan
451
Kyrgyzstan
1 125
Latvia
3 106
Lithuania
2 095
Moldova
2 279
Romania
4 257 Russian Federation 1
1 968
Serbia
322
Tajikistan
35 969
Ukraine
674
Uzbekistan
Ghana
623
Morocco
1 934
Tunisia
3 040
South Africa
3
Other Africa
8 997
Islamic Rep. of Iran
2 635
Jordan
Kuwait
254
Lebanon
2 070
Oman
690
Syrian Arab Rep.
17 410
U.A.E.
3 550 China, People's Rep.
3 834
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
India
7 481
Malaysia
8 814
Singapore
10 522
Thailand
Other Asia 1
103
2
169 947 Total Non-OECD

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Table 25: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries


2011

1 351

Belgium

122

4 424

4 894

498

Canada

28 722

Chile

Czech Republic

279

Denmark

369

Estonia

Finland

France

586

8 460

15 707

16

Germany

21 072

27 986

Greece

Hungary

68

Ireland

4 489

Israel

702

Italy

2 809

3 647

3 453

21 317

Japan

Korea

Luxembourg

14

613

Mexico

14 017

Netherlands

852

404

13 916

5 815

Norway

Poland

1 714

Portugal

1 914

Slovak Republic

Slovenia

298

Spain

489

1 751

9 654

Sweden

1 296

Switzerland

568

1 966

640

Turkey

United Kingdom

6 454

21 204

United States

87 834

Total OECD

87 834

2 148

1 125

7 970

44 711

91 154

10 818

42 739

33 183

702

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Indonesia

Equatorial
Guinea

Netherlands

Egypt

Germany

Brunei

France

Austria

Algeria

Denmark

United States

Canada

Australia

Origins:
Importing countries

Norway

Australia

United Kindom

Million cubic metres

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Table 25: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries (continued)
2011

Qatar

Trinidad and
Tobago

U. A. E.

6 526

6 526

6 221

7 059

14 631

Austria

293

2 562

12 793

Belgium

28 722

Canada

294

294

Chile

9 042

9 321

Czech Republic

369

Denmark

631

631

Estonia

4 117

4 117

Finland

6 258

2 087

33 114

France

31 105

7 187

87 350

Germany

2 700

679

3 379

Greece

5 218

2 733

8 019

Hungary

4 489

Ireland

702

Israel

2 339

19 634

8 389

61 588

284

272

1 183

Total Imports

Peru

Non Specified

Oman

Oth. FSU

Nigeria

Uzbekistan

Malaysia

Turkmenistan

Libya

Russian
Federation

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

Australia

Italy
Japan
Korea
Luxembourg

14 017

Mexico

2 022

23 009

Netherlands

10 073

11 787

Poland

198

2 112

Portugal

5 907

5 907

Slovak Republic

425

181

904

Slovenia

11 894

Spain

1 296

Sweden
Switzerland

Norway

87

3 261

8 190

25 434

3 807

37 431

Turkey

958

28 616

United Kingdom

76

87 910

United States

8 190

2 339

129 364

3 807 39 288 505 372

Total OECD

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Table 26: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries


2011

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

Bolivia

China

Egypt

Equatorial
Guinea

Indonesia

Islamic Rep. of
Iran

Malaysia

Myanmar

Russian Federation 1
Serbia
Tajikistan
Ukraine
Uzbekistan
Ghana
Morocco
Tunisia
South Africa
Other Africa
Islamic Rep. of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Lebanon
Oman
Syrian Arab Rep.
U.A.E.
China, People's Rep.
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
India
Malaysia
Singapore
Thailand
Other Asia 1
Total Non-OECD 2
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

Argentina

Argentina
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
Uruguay
Venezuela
Armenia
Azerbaijan
Belarus
Bosnia and Herz.
Bulgaria
Croatia
FYROM
Georgia
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Romania

Algeria

Norway

Origins:
Importing Countries

Australia

Million cubic metres

625
2 114
2 739

80
80

3 540
9 285
12 825

3 053
3 053

817
150
200
1 167

8 500
6 879
15 379

250
250

2 300
2 300

11 240
11 240

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Table 26: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries (continued)
2011
Russian
Federation

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Oth. Former
USSR

Non Specified

320
675
995

1 450
19 998
245
2 824
870
118
310
1 200
1 732
3 488
2 100
3 045
1 800
44 037
83 217

13 355
14 300
27 655

2 752
450
3 202

1 100
500
1 600

2 000
29
100
200
3 396
3
100
5 828

Total Imports

Kazakhstan

2 000
17 500
19 500
1. Detailed data by import origin are not available.
2. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

U. A. E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Nigeria

Million cubic metres

Origins:
Importing countries

3 540
Argentina
9 285
Brazil
Dominican Rep.
Puerto Rico
80
Uruguay
2 000
Venezuela
1 700
Armenia
Azerbaijan
19 998
Belarus
245
Bosnia and Herz.
2 824
Bulgaria
899
Croatia
118
FYROM
1 410
Georgia
3 952
Kazakhstan
450
Kyrgyzstan
1 732
Latvia
3 488
Lithuania
2 100
Moldova
3 145
Romania
Russian Federation 1
2 000
Serbia
320
Tajikistan
44 037
Ukraine
675
Uzbekistan
Ghana
625
Morocco
2 114
Tunisia
3 396
South Africa
3
Other Africa
13 855
Islamic Rep. of Iran
817
Jordan
Kuwait
150
Lebanon
2 000
Oman
200
Syrian Arab Rep.
17 500
U.A.E.
14 300 China, People's Rep.
3 053
Hong Kong, China
Chinese Taipei
India
8 500
Malaysia
9 179
Singapore
11 240
Thailand
Other Asia 1
100
2
191 030 Total Non-OECD

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Table 27: World LNG imports by origin

Malaysia

Nigeria

1 086
1 086

387
423
155
7 254
905
545
2 431
1 327
240
81
4 484
4 205
613
2 189
25 239

9 297
770
10 067

981
1 067
91
2 278
1 451
1 108
4 196
162
3 245
14 579

785
785

4 353
19 047
4 978
28 378

783
783

3 944
91
18 553
7 972
30 560

87
166
2 929
817
1 428
233
719
2 849
8 610
1 396
2 691
21 925

3 784
160
17 044
585
21 573

979
979

167
77
7 044
985
530
1 555
688
446
4 614
4 148
287
20 541

8 554
959
9 513

100
84
250
938
240
1 777
2 927
1 177
4 632
1 553
13 678

161
830
415
1 644
707
3 757

3 950
19 529
4 058
27 537

545
545

3 630
80
18 675
8 385
30 770

242
2 156
2 245
380
2 548
453
1 110
2 727
8 277
1 017
341
21 496

Argentina
Belgium
Brazil
Candada
Chile
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Kuwait
Mexico
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States

4 770
588
1 108
17 423
1 715
85
74
-

788
71
-

7 068
526
158
1 299
84
78
5 522
4 487
1 763
-

8 376
692
-

160
88
84
82
73
1 427
253
330
312
454
4 508
528
4 543

335
82
682
250
1 882
1 492
83
-

735
3 725
80
17 828
4 027
-

758
-

890
3 696
254
17 583
7 671
85
-

86
79
85
928
1 167
317
326
230
2 705
2 111
4 381
903
377

Total

25 763

859

20 985

9 068

12 842

4 806

26 395

758

30 179

13 695

Libya

Egypt

Indonesia

Eq. Guinea

Brunei

3 428
318
16 543
551
20 840

Origins:

Australia

Algeria

United States

Million cubic metres

Importing countries:

2007
Belgium
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Total

2008
Argentina
Belgium
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Total

2009

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Table 27: World LNG imports by origin (continued)


Total Imports

Non Specified

Yemen

U.A.E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Russian
Federation

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Norway

Million cubic metres

Origins:

Importing countries:

2007
85
85

82
250
272
5 179
6 420
323
12 526

2 205
580
9 433
11 380
10 410
4 426
250
520
39 204

77
23
572
238
839
289
670
756
2 185
358
12 679
18 686

80
7 800
74
7 954

80
167
504
751

2 669
4 020
10 850
572
11 250
905
11 567
2 431
95 627
33 388
2 578
2 849
756
25 007
5 768
1 383
21 828
233 448

Belgium
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Total

86
80
87
92
1 022
421
1 788

83
410
4 290
6 323
171
11 277

2 775
996
8 336
11 333
11 579
69
5 125
88
40 301

330
79
157
475
230
474
764
1 305
828
4 988
534
7 556
17 720

130
7 769
31
7 930

11
173
260
333
777

430
3 035
4 604
11 879
475
10 227
985
11 164
1 555
95 391
37 217
3 753
2 727
828
29 634
5 498
821
9 959
230 182

Argentina
Belgium
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Total

170
266
88
1 488
169
830

90
165
345
3 896
5 943
85
1 421
-

6 055
93
83
550
1 644
459
8 155
1 591
11 206
9 106
133
4 520
5 560
359

6 069
1 328
400
-

613
158
296
800
158
80
88
543
360
46
680
228
882
235
87
410
777
4 452
1 888
6 688

163
7 123
82
-

243
91
-

270
80
675
72
179
781
-

773
6 557
375
977
576
7 634
11 589
543
10 827
825
12 515
2 890
92 812
33 719
890
3 630
2 686
777
27 229
6 171
10 053
12 797

Argentina
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Kuwait
Mexico
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States

3 011

11 945

49 514

7 797

19 469

7 368

334

2 057

2008

2009

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246 845 Total

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Table 27: World LNG imports by origin (continued)

Nigeria

162
90
386
172
644
86
824
763
2 288
450
183
2 825
115
2 067
11 055

1 342
86
338
172
412
613
280
3 243

2 497
2 550
18 102
7 414
891
31 454

579
579

1 710
3 700
20 464
6 452
230
32 556

156
857
172
1 121
3 387
320
1 059
1 072
80
3 166
2 691
7 463
1 189
335
1 182
24 250

4 530
400
130
19 029
961
270
25 320

270
77
130
270
339
69
128
1 283

5 415
728
200
1 635
157
3 772
4 156
163
16 226

8 646
902
9 548

130
111
270
670
807
75
670
500
1 192
595
140
2 307
69
994
8 530

1 315
130
800
2 973
859
6 077

84
3 150
2 530
11 068
10 131
264
27 227

86
86

2 400
4 530
130
21 176
5 210
400
33 846

400
136
130
930
930
3 321
107
147
4 672
1 533
800
1 152
3 073
6 990
1 248
1 222
67
26 858

Libya

Malaysia

Indonesia

Eq. Guinea

8 317
1 027
9 344

Egypt

173
6 175
1 142
1 634
4 779
3 907
1 051
18 861

Brunei

90
779
226
1 095

Algeria

3 844
1 082
18 548
1 347
24 821

Australia

Origins:

United States

Million cubic metres

Importing countries:

2010
Argentina
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Kuwait
Mexico
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Total

2011
Argentina
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Kuwait
Mexico
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Total

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Table 27: World LNG imports by origin (continued)


Total Imports

Non Specified

Yemen

U.A.E.

Trinidad and
Tobago

Russian
Federation

Qatar

Peru

Oman

Norway

Million cubic metres

Origins:

Importing countries:

2010
81
74
522
163
153
1 832
812
737
4 374

86
510
3 725
5 994
890
341
11 546

81
160
92
81
264
454
1 132

150
5 553
660
424
256
1 691
3 515
2 503
10 670
6 154
10 809
9 933
674
5 841
14 585
1 291
74 709

523
597
8 369
3 847
90
13 426

1 638
800
1 595
675
443
847
73
660
168
155
851
320
185
794
3 193
1 517
5 373
19 287

30
424
7 118
337
240
8 149

189
886
370
167
2 133
100
63
164
1 101
5 173

77
84
100
969
3 079
4 309

1 788
6 033
2 687
2 111
3 021
11 495
14 526
847
13 304
1 142
12 355
8 943
98 787
43 852
2 780
5 241
2 876
794
27 822
8 175
18 579
12 205
299 363

Argentina
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Kuwait
Mexico
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Total

130
58
130
171
481
535
1 158
641
430
3 734

130
130
5 918
5 444
171
11 793

130
160
1 053
898
651
471
3 363

400
5 712
270
155
603
3 200
5 460
2 635
161
12 520
6 204
20 021
10 519
1 730
1 715
4 607
21 550
2 576
100 038

400
270
10 881
3 577
3
15 131

2 930
136
270
1 295
1 205
260
939
715
25
530
271
367
1 911
130
800
2 461
498
3 642
18 385

130
130
7 893
130
8 283

408
463
930
120
130
506
3 618
281
560
1 701
8 717

400
35
136
83
70
1
2 043
1 070
3 838

3 860
6 392
940
1 450
3 858
16 600
16 520
939
12 951
1 131
15 253
8 781
116 455
46 832
3 600
4 063
1
3
3 073
800
23 595
6 474
24 831
9 881
328 283

Argentina
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
China
Chinese Taipei
Dominican Rep.
France
Greece
India
Italy
Japan
Korea
Kuwait
Mexico
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Puerto Rico
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Total

2011

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Table 28: World LNG terminals


1. Import terminals
Regasification
Nominal capacity
million cm per
billion cm per
year of LNG
year of gas

Storage
Capacity
Number of
thousand cm
tanks
of LNG

Country

Name

Argentina

Bahia Blanca
Escobar
Total

7.0
8.7
15.8

4.3
5.4
9.7

6
6
12

151
151
302

1
1
2

Belgium

Zeebrugge

15.4

9.5

11

380

Brazil

Guanabara Bay
Pecm
Total

8.6
4.3
12.9

5.3
2.6
7.9

2
2
4

138
129
267

1
1
2

Canada

Canaport

17.2

10.6

160

Chile

Mejillones
Quintero
Total

3.4
6.3
9.7

2.1
3.9
6.0

3
3
6.0

155
334
489

1
3
4

China

Dalian

7.2
15.4
6.3
7.2
0.3
7.0
43.6

4.4
9.5
3.9
4.4
0.2
4.3
26.8

320

Guangdong Dapeng
Fujian
Rudong
Shanghai Mengtougou
Shanghai Yangshan
Total

7
3
13

480
320
320
120
495
2055

3
2
2
3
3
15

Chinese Taipei

Taichung
Yung-An
Total

6.6
16.5
23.1

4.1
10.1
14.2

6
16
22

480
690
1170

3
6
9

Dominican Republic

Punta Caucedo

4.0

2.4

160

Dubai

Jebel Ali

5.1

3.2

126

France

Fos-Cavaou
Fos-sur-Mer
Montoir-de-Bretagne
Total

14.2
9.4
17.2
40.7

8.7
5.8
10.6
25.1

4
12
11
27

330
150
360
840

3
3
3
9

Greece

Revithoussa

8.6

5.3

130

India

Dahej
Hazira
Total

21.4
5.8
27.3

13.2
3.6
16.8

19
5
24

592
320
912

4
2
6

Italy

Panigaglia
Rovigo
Total

5.7
13.7
19.4

3.5
8.4
11.9

4
5
9

100
200
300

2
2
4

Japan

Chita
Chita Kyodo
Chita-Midorihama Works
Fukuoka
Futtsu
Hatsukaichi
Higashi-Ohgishima
Himeji
Himeji LNG
Joetsu
Kagoshima
Kawagoe
Mizushima
Nagasaki
Negishi
Niigata
Ohgishima
Oita
Sakai
Sakaide
Senboku I
Senboku II
Shin-Minato
Sodegaura
Sodeshi
Tobata
Yanai
Yokkaichi LNG Centre
Yokkaichi Works
Total

25.4
16.7
15.8
1.9
44.6
2.0
30.9
11.0
18.9
4.3
0.5
11.5
2.2
0.3
17.0
19.9
22.0
10.8
15.7
2.8
5.0
26.9
0.7
55.4
6.7
17.6
5.3
14.9
3.4
409.9

15.6
10.3
9.7
1.2
27.4
1.2
19.0
6.8
11.6
2.6
0.3
7.1
1.4
0.2
10.4
12.2
13.5
6.6
9.7
1.7
3.1
16.6
0.4
34.1
4.1
10.8
3.3
9.2
2.1
252.1

11
14
7
7
13
4
9
6
8
3
4
3
3
14
14
10
6
6
3
5
15
3
36
8
9
5
8
4
238

640
300
400
70
1 110
170
540
740
520
86
480
160
35
1 180
720
600
460
420
180
180
1 585
80
2 660
337
480
480
320
160
15 093

7
4
2
2
10
2
9
8
7
2
4
1
1
14
8
3
5
3
1
4
18
1
35
3
8
6
4
2
174

Source: International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers

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Table 28: World LNG terminals (continued)


1. Import terminals (continued)
Country

Name

Korea

Gwangyang
Incheon
Pyeong-Taek
Tong-Yeong
Total

Kuwait
Mexico

Regasification
Nominal capacity
million cm per
billion cm per
year of LNG
year of gas
3.9
82.0
81.1
35.6
202.7

2.4
50.4
49.9
21.9
124.6

Mina Al Ahmadi

12.1

Altamira
Costa Azul
Total

12.7
17.7
30.4

Netherlands

Gate LNG

15.3

Portugal

Sines

13.0

Puerto Rico

Penuelas

Spain

Barcelona
Bilbao
Cartagena
Huelva
Murgados
Sagunto
Total

Thailand
Turkey

Number of
vaporizers

Storage
Capacity
Number of
thousand cm
tanks
of LNG

2
37
34
12
85

365
2 880
2 960
2 480
8 685

3
20
21
16
60

7.5

150

7.8
10.9
18.7

5
6
11

300
320
620

2
2
4

9.4

540

8.0

240

6.4

4.0

160

29.3
12.0
20.3
20.3
6.2
15.0
103.1

18.0
7.4
12.5
12.5
3.8
9.2
63.4

13
4
9
9
3
5
43

840
300
587
610
300
600
3 237

8
2
5
5
2
4
26

Map Ta Phut

11.2

6.9

320

Aliaga/Izmir
Marmara Ereglisi
Total

10.3
10.6
20.9

6.3
6.5
12.9

5
7
12

280
255
535

2
3
5

United Kingdom

Dragon
Isle of Grain
South Hook
Teesside
Total

10.3
33.5
36.0
7.9
87.7

6.3
20.6
22.2
4.9
53.9

6
14
15
35

320
1 000
775
138
2233

2
8
5
1
16

USA

Cameron LNG
Cove Point
Cove Point Expansion
Elba Island
Everett
Freeport LNG
Golden Pass
Gulf LNG
Lake Charles
Neptune LNG
Northeast Gateway
Sabine Pass
Total

26.6
18.4
13.7
28.0
11.8
30.9
16.8
20.6
31.9
6.7
7.9
70.9
284.2

16.4
11.3
8.4
17.2
7.3
19.0
10.3
12.7
19.6
4.1
4.9
43.6
174.8

10
10
15
11
4
7
14
16
87

480
380
320
535
155
320
775
320
425
290
150
800
4 950

3
5
2
5
2
2
5
2
4
2
1
5
38

1 440

885

662

44 054

394

World Total

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Table 28: World LNG terminals (continued)


2. Export Terminals
Liquefaction
Nominal capacity
million cm per
billion cm per
year of LNG
year of gas

Storage
Capacity
Number of
thousand cm
tanks
of LNG

Country

Name

Algeria

Arzew GL 1Z (Bethioua)
Arzew GL 2Z
Skikda GL 1K
Total

18.1
17.6
6.9
42.7

11.1
10.9
4.3
26.2

6
6
3
15

300
300
308
908

3
3
5
11

Australia

Darwin
Withnell Bay
Total

7.5
36.3
43.8

4.6
22.3
26.9

1
5
6

188
325
513

1
5
6

Brunei

Lumut

15.9

9.8

195

Egypt

Damietta
Idku
Total

11.1
15.9
27.0

6.8
9.8
16.6

1
2
3

300
280
580

2
2
4

Equatorial Guinea

Bioko Island

8.2

5.0

272

Indonesia

Blang Lancang Arun


Bontang Badak
Tangguh
Total

10.5
49.1
16.8
76.4

6.5
30.2
10.3
47.0

2
16
2
20

509
630
340
1 479

4
6
2
12

Libya

Marsa-el-Brega

1.3

0.8

96

Malaysia

Bintulu MLNG 1
Bintulu MLNG 2
Bintulu MLNG 3
Total

17.9
20.6
15.0
53.5

11.0
12.6
9.2
32.9

3
4
2
9

390

390

Nigeria

Bonny Island

48.0

29.5

337

Norway

Hammerfest

9.5

5.8

250

Oman

Qalhat

23.7

14.6

240

Peru

Peru LNG

9.8

6.1

260

Qatar

Ras Laffan 1
Ras Laffan 2
Ras Laffan 3
Total

21.0
69.0
80.3
170.3

12.9
42.4
49.4
104.7

3
4
7
14

340
1 160
840
2 340

4
8
6
18

Russia

Sakhalin II

21.1

13.0

200

Trinidad & Tobago

Point Fortin

33.4

20.5

520

U.A.E.

Das Island 1

12.4

7.6

240

USA

Kenai

3.1

1.9

108

Yemen

Balhaf

14.8

9.1

280

615

377

100

9208

88

World Total
Source: International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers

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Number of
trains

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Table 29: World gas storage capacity


Storage: Europe
end 2011

Working
capacity
(mcm)

Peak
output
(mcm/day)

1100
1780
400
250
2656
1165
100
7 451

12.5
23.0
3.8
3.1
26.8
14.6
1.2
85.1

Country

Name

Type

Austria

Puchkirchen
Schnkirchen
Tallesbrunn
Thann
Haidach
7 fields
Aigelbbrunn
Total

Depleted gas field


Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field

Belgium

Loenhout

Aquifer

700

15.0

Bulgaria

Chiren

Depleted gas field

509

4.2

Croatia

Okoli

Depleted gas field

550

5.0

Czech Republic

Doln Dunajovice
Hje
Lobodice
tramberk
Tanovice
Tvrdonice
Uhice
Total

Depleted gas field


Granite cavern
Aquifer
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field

900
64
177
480
240
460
180
2 501

12.0
6.0
3.0
7.0
4.0
7.0
6.0
45.0

Denmark

Lille Torup
Stenlille
Total

Salt cavity
Aquifer

429
584
1 013

12.0
7.7
19.7

France

Cr-la-Ronde (Centre)
Chmery (Centre)
Soings-en-Sologne (Centre)
Beynes profond (IdF Sud)
Beynes suprieur (IdF Sud)
Saint-Illiers (IdF Sud)
Saint-Clair-sur-Epte (IdF Nord)
Germigny-sous-Colombs (IdF Nord)
Cerville-Velaine (Lorraine)
Gournay-sur-Aronde (Picardie)
Etrez (Salins Sud)
Manosque (Salins Sud)
Tersanne (Salins Sud)
Izaute
Lussagnet
Trois Fontaines
Total

Aquifer
Aquifer
Aquifer
Aquifer
Aquifer
Aquifer
Aquifer
Aquifer
Aquifer
Aquifer
Salt cavern
Salt cavern
Salt cavern
Aquifer
Aquifer
Depleted gas field

545
3640
220
330
167
690
485
880
650
1280
576
274
166
1440
1127
125
12 595

5.6
58.8
1.7
9.6
4.0
16.3
5.1
9.1
7.5
28.2
37.3
13.7
16.9
12.1
22.5
5.3
253.7

Germany

Allmenhausen bei Mhlausen/Th.


Bad Lauschstdt b. Halle
Bad Lauschstdt b. Halle
Berlin
Bernburg
Bierwang b. Mnchen
Breitbrunn/Eggesttt im Chiemgau

Depleted gas field


Salt cavity
Depleted gas field
Aquifer
Salt cavity
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field

62
661
440
135
1087
1441
1080

1.5
22.0
5.7
5.0
24.0
28.8
12.5

Source: National Administrations, except Austria where data is from OMV and RAG.

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Table 29: World gas storage capacity (continued)


Storage: Europe (continued)
end 2011

Working
capacity
(mcm)

Peak
output
(mcm/day)

73
160
175
3
1560
136
260
210
358
2048
474
72
485
80
33
80
119
311
500
215
180
190
180

3.8
5.0
2.0
1.0
20.2
9.0
12.0
14.0
9.6
69.0
21.0
3.1
31.4
3.0
1.8
2.4
7.2
8.0
7.2
11.0
5.0
3.0
5.0

30
35
17
1070
220
110
4200
350
36
30
150
200
135
750
365
187
20693

5.0
1.2
2.4
36.0
12.0
2.4
57.6
8.4
3.0
1.1
3.6
6.0
2.0
11.0
6.0
6.7
518.6

Country

Name

Type

Germany (ctd)

Bremen - Lesum (swb Netze)


Bremen - Lesum (EPMG)
Buchholz b. Postdam
Burggraf-Bernsdorf bei Naumburg
Dtlingen b. Oldenburg
Empelde b. Hannover
Epe
Epe (Nuon)
Epe (Essent Energie)
Epe (E.ON)
Epe (Thyssengas)
Eschenfelden bei Nrnberg
Etzel b. Wilhelmshaven
Frankenthal b. Worms
Fronhofen
Hhnlein b. Darmstadt
Harsefeld b. Stade
Huntorf i.d. Wesermarsch
Inzenham - West bei Rosenheim
Kalle b. Bad Bentheim
Kiel - Rnne
Kirchheiligen bei Mhlausen/Th.
Kraak
Krummhrn b. Emden
Lehrte/Hannover
Neuenhuntorf
Nttermoor b. Leer
Peckensen
Reckrod
Rehden b. Diepholz
Reitbrook b. Hamburg
Rdersdorf
Sandhausen b. Heidelberg
Schmidhausen b. Mnchen
Stafurt
Stockstadt b. Darmstadt
Uelsen
Wolfersberg b. Mnchen
Xanten am Niederrhein
Total

Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Aquifer
Salt mine
Depleted gas field
Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Salt Cavern
Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Aquifer
Salt cavity
Aquifer
Depleted oil field
Aquifer
Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Depleted gas field
Aquifer
Salt cavity
Depleted gas field
Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Depleted oil field
Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Depleted gas field
Oil field with gas cap
Salt cavity
Aquifer
Depleted gas field
Salt cavity
Depleted gas field, Aquifer
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Salt cavity

Hungary

Hajdszoboszl
Kardoskt
Pusztaederics
Szreg
Zsana
Total

Depleted gas field


Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field

1440
280
340
1900
2170
6 130

20.2
2.9
2.9
25.0
28.0
79.0

Ireland

Kinsale

Depleted gas field

230

2.6

Source: National Administrations.

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Table 29: World gas storage capacity (continued)


Storage: Europe (continued)
end 2011

Working
Capacity
(mcm)

Peak
Output
(mcm/day)

330
648
402
913
2783
1773
964
3185
2402
1750
15 150

8.3
18.0
2.5
13.7
61.0
25.9
18.1
48.1
53.7
43.0
292.2

Country

Name

Type

Italy

Brugherio
Cellino
Collalto
Cortemaggiore
Minerbio
Ripalta
Sabbioncello
Fiume Treste
Sergnano
Settala
Total

Depleted gas field


Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field

Latvia

Incukalns

Aquifer

2300

22.0

Netherlands

Alkmaar (BP Nederland Energie)


Grijpskerk (NAM)
Maasvlakte
Norg (operated by NAM)
Total

Depleted gas field


Depleted gas field
LNG peak shaving unit
Depleted gas field

500
1500
78
3000
5 078

36.0
55.0
31.0
55.0
177.0

Poland

Bonikowo
Brzeznica
Daszewo
Husow
Mogilno
Strachocina
Swarzow
Wierzchowice
Total

Depleted gas field


Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Salt cavity
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field

211
68
32
369
399
158
95
607
1 939

3.0
0.9
0.4
5.8
22.0
1.5
1.0
4.8
39.4

Carrio

Salt cavity

181

7.2

SNGN RomGaz
SC Depomures
Total

Depleted gas field


Depleted gas field

2748
300
3048

27.2
3.0
30.2

Banatski Dvor

Depleted field

475

5.0

Lab

Depleted gas field

2875

35.0

Gaviota
Serrablo
Total

Depleted field
Depleted field

1546
820
2 366

5.7
6.8
12.5

Portugal

Romania

Serbia

Slovak Republic

Spain

Source: National Administrations.

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Storage: Europe (continued)
end 2011

Working
capacity
(mcm)

Peak
output
(mcm/day)

8.75

1.0

Country

Name

Type

Sweden

Skallen

Line rock cavern

Turkey

Deirmenky
Kuzey Marmara
Total

Depleted gas field


Depleted gas field

407
2254
2 661

4.0
16.0
20.0

UK

Aldbrough
Hornsea
Hatfield Moors
Holehouse Farm
Humbly Grove
4 LNG Peak Shavers
Rough
Total

Salt cavity
Salt cavity
Depleted gas field
Salt cavity
Depleted gas field
LNG peak shaving unit
Depleted gas field

100
300
100
50
300
180
3500
4 530

10
18.0
2.0
6.0
7.0
35.0
43.0
121.0

92 984

1790.3

Working
capacity
(mcm)

Peak
output
(mcm/day)

Total Europe

Storage: North America


Country
Canada

Name

Type

AECO Hub

Depleted gas/oil field


Depleted gas field
Depleted gas/oil field
Salt cavern
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted reef
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Others
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas field

Aitken Creek
Alberta Hub
Asquith
Bayhurst
Beacon Hill - Pierceland
Bentpath
Bentpath East
Bickford
Black Creek
Bluewater 1
Booth Creek
Carbon
Chatham D
Corunna
Coveny
CrossAtla
Crowland
Dawn
Dow Moore
Dow Sarnia
East Cantuar
Edson
Edys Mills
Enniskillen
Huron Gas
Hussar
Hythe

Source: National Administrations.

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3654
1 360
1 180
73
349
326
125
134
575
26
52
52
1 140
43
127
99
1 416
8
1 155
749
174
170
1 416
58
95
212
482
296

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Table 29: World gas storage capacity (continued)


Storage: North America (continued)
end 2011

Country

Name

Canada (ctd)

Ladysmith
Landis
Mandaumin
Melville
Mid Kimball - Colinville
Moosomin
Oil City
Oil Springs East
Payne
Pointe-du-Lac
Prud'Homme
Regina North
Rosedale
Saint-Flavien
Seckerton
Sombra
South Kimball - Colinville
Terminus
Tipperary
Unity
Waubuno
Wilkesport
Total

USA

Number
of
Type
sites

Working
capacity
(mcm)

Depleted gas/oil field


Salt cavern
Depleted gas/oil field
Salt cavern
Depleted gas/oil field
Salt cavern
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas field
Salt cavern
Salt cavern
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Salt cavern
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field
Depleted gas/oil field

184
27
119
79
590
52
49
99
636
82
159
73
75
119
317
67
409
297
91
157
245
221
19 693

Peak
output
(mcm/day)

..
..
..

East

38
219
4

Aquifer
Depleted gas/oil field
Salt cavern

9 527
55 188
215

..
..
..

West

5
42

Aquifer
Depleted gas/oil field

786
18 864

..

70
33

Depleted gas/oil field


Salt cavern

31 679
8 619

..
..

10 313
105 731
8 834

..
..
..

Working
Capacity
(mcm)

Peak
Output
(mcm/day)

127
623
234
308
17
1 309

5.0
4.0
..
5.2
6.0
20.2

434

1.1

Producing

Total

43
331
37

Aquifer
Depleted gas/oil field
Salt cavern

..

Storage: Pacific
Country

Name

Type

Australia

Mondarra Field, Perth Basin


Moomba, Cooper Basin
Newstead, Surat Basin
Iona Field, Otway Basin
Dandenong
Total

Depleted gas field


Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
Depleted gas field
LNG peak shaving unit

Japan

Storage at LNG Terminals (see Table 28 - World LNG Terminals)

Korea

Storage at LNG Terminals (see Table 28 - World LNG Terminals)

New Zealand

Ahuroa Field, Taranaki

Depleted gas field

High pressure Maui and Vector pipelines used as storage buffer for operational contingencies.
Source: National Administrations.
** Data as of end 2007

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Table 30: World reserves of natural gas *


Billion cubic metres
Cedigaz

Oil and Gas Journal

End
1990

End
2010

End
2011

%
World
Total
2011

Canada
Chile
Mexico
USA

2 719
110
2 009
4 650

1 700
43
349
8 200

1 720
42
348
8 490

0.87
0.02
0.18
4.31

2 762
116
2 059
4 704

1 753
98
339
6 924

1 726
98
490
7 712

0.92
0.05
0.26
4.11

OECD Americas
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand

9 488
2 294
1
35
..
132

10 292
3 759
215
37
1
52

10 600
3 849
215
37
1
48

5.38
1.95
0.11
0.02
..
0.02

9 641
437
..
32
..
116

9 114
3 113
198
21
..
34

10 026
788
271
21
7
28

5.35
1.66
0.14
0.01
..
0.01

OECD Asia Oceania


Austria
Czech Republic
Denmark
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Slovak Republic
Spain
Turkey
United Kingdom

2 462
18
4
167
35
244
9
114
46
350
1 950
2 353
126
9
20
28
540

4 064
16
3
101
6
87
1
10
25
66
1 390
2 762
93
13
..
6
520

4 150
15
3
97
11
80
1
9
25
62
1 312
2 685
88
13
..
6
481

2.11
..
..
0.05
..
0.04
..
..
0.01
0.03
0.67
1.36
0.04
..
..
..
0.24

585
11
4
127
37
351
1
113
48
329
1 723
1 717
..
..
22
33
560

3 366
16
4
58
7
175
1
8
10
64
1 387
2 038
165
14
3
6
256

1 114
16
4
52
6
175
1
8
10
66
1 302
2 006
95
14
3
6
253

0.59
..
..
0.03
..
0.09
..
..
..
0.04
0.69
1.07
0.05
..
..
..
0.13

OECD Europe

End
1990

End
2010

End
2011

%
World
Total
2011

6 013

5 099

4 888

2.48

5 076

4 211

4 016

2.14

Total OECD
Albania
Bulgaria
Croatia
Romania
Serbia
Former Soviet Union

17 963
19
7
..
500
..
55 000

19 455
2
5
25
595
40
62 012

19 638
2
5
24
109
40
62 242

9.97
..
..
0.01
0.06
0.02
31.60

15 302
..
..
..
133
..
45 280

16 691
1
6
25
63
48
61 264

15 157
1
6
25
63
48
61 264

8.08
..
..
0.01
0.03
0.03
32.68

Non-OCED Europe/Eurasia
Bahrain
Iraq
Islamic Republic of Iran
Jordan
Kuwait
Neutral Zone
Oman
Qatar
Saudi Arabia
Syria
Yemen
Abu Dhabi
Dubai
Ras al Khaimah
Sharjah
Total UAE

55 526
173
3 100
19 800
15
1 500
..
480
6 428
5 170
200
396
5 335
127
34
297
5 793

62 679
92
3 158
33 090
6
1 784
..
950
25 201
8 016
285
488
5 715
100
30
245
6 090

62 422
92
3 142
34 000
6
1 784
..
950
25 076
8 016
285
479
5 715
100
30
245
6 090

31.69
0.05
1.60
17.26
..
0.91
..
0.48
12.73
4.07
0.14
0.24
2.90
0.05
0.02
0.12
3.09

45 413
177
2 689
16 990
11
1 375
283
204
4 619
5 104
156
198
5 173
136
57
306
5 672

61 406
92
3 168
29 592
6
1 783
28
849
25 351
7 788
241
478
6 000
113
34
303
6 450

61 406
92
3 156
29 592
6
1 783
28
849
25 187
8 009
241
478
5 660
107
32
286
6 085

32.76
0.05
1.68
15.79
..
0.95
0.02
0.45
13.44
4.27
0.13
0.26
3.02
0.06
0.02
0.15
3.25

Middle East

43 055

79 160

79 920

40.57

37 478

75 826

75 507

40.28

* Comparison of proven reserves.

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Table 30: World reserves of natural gas * (continued)


Billion cubic metres
Cedigaz

Oil and Gas Journal

End
1990

End
2010

End
2011

%
World
Total
2011

Algeria
Angola
Benin
Cameroon
Congo
Cote d'Ivoire
Democratic Rep. of Congo
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Ethiopia
Gabon
Ghana
Libya
Madagascar
Mauritania
Morocco
Mozambique
Namibia
Nigeria
Rwanda
Senegal
Somalia
South Africa
Sudan
Tanzania
Tunisia
Other countries

3 626
49
..
110
77
100
1
396
37
25
11
..
1 309
2
..
3
65
147
3 400
57
..
6
56
86
118
90
..

4 504
310
..
155
127
18
..
2 210
125
28
28
27
1 495
..
..
..
75
70
5 110
57
10
6
12
86
37
65
11

4 504
310
..
153
124
16
..
2 190
121
28
27
27
1 468
..
..
..
75
70
5 110
57
10
6
12
85
37
65
11

2.29
0.16
..
0.08
0.06
..
..
1.11
0.06
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.75
..
..
..
0.04
0.04
2.59
0.03
..
..
..
0.04
0.02
0.03
..

3 246
51
..
110
73
99
1
351
..
25
14
..
1 217
2
..
1
65
..
2 473
..
..
6
50
85
116
85
..

4 500
310
1
135
91
28
1
2 185
37
25
28
23
1 547
..
28
1
127
62
5 289
57
..
6
..
85
7
65
14

4 500
310
1
135
91
28
1
2 185
37
25
28
23
1 494
..
28
1
127
62
5 107
57
..
6
..
85
7
65
14

2.40
0.17
..
0.07
0.05
0.02
..
1.17
0.02
0.01
0.02
0.01
0.80
..
0.02
..
0.07
0.03
2.72
0.03
..
..
..
0.05
..
0.03
..

Africa

9 771

14 566

14 506

7.36

8 070

14 651

14 416

7.69

Afghanistan
Bangladesh
Brunei
China
Chinese Taipei
India
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Pakistan
Papua New Guinea
Philippines
Timor Leste
Thailand
Vietnam

100
720
396
1 400
1 090
2 950
1 674
278
632
404
51
..
245
15

100
353
301
2 853
70
1 149
2 963
2 328
522
810
442
89
105
300
228

100
354
288
3 051
69
1 241
2 963
2 328
509
797
442
87
101
282
224

0.05
0.18
0.15
1.55
0.04
0.63
1.50
1.18
0.26
0.40
0.22
0.04
0.05
0.14
0.11

..
359
317
999
20
709
2 588
1 610
266
550
226
51
166
3

50
195
391
3 028
6
1 073
3 000
2 349
283
840
226
98
..
312
192

50
184
391
3 028
6
1 153
3 992
2 349
283
753
155
98
..
300
699

0.03
0.10
0.21
1.62
..
0.62
2.13
1.25
0.15
0.40
0.08
0.05
..
0.16
0.37

10 023

12 613

12 836

6.52

7 864

12 044

13 441

7.17

643
..
185
124
203
..
110
..
338
451
3 530

379
2
417
358
153
14
7
..
353
381
5 521

359
2
434
417
163
12
7
..
353
401
5 520

0.18
..
0.22
0.21
0.08
..
..
..
0.18
0.20
2.80

764
..
117
114
127
3
112
..
200
252
2 991

379
0
750
366
113
71
8
..
345
408
5 062

379
0
281
417
134
71
8
..
353
381
5 521

0.20
..
0.15
0.22
0.07
0.04
..
..
0.19
0.20
2.95

Asia
Argentina
Barbados
Bolivia
Brazil
Colombia
Cuba
Ecuador
Guatemala
Peru
Trinidad & Tobago
Venezuela
Non-OECD Americas

TOTAL WORLD
of which: Total OECD
Total OPEC

68

End
1990

End
2010

End
2011

%
World
Total
2011

5 584

7 585

7 668

3.89

4 680

7 502

7 544

4.02

141 922

196 058

196 990

100.00

118 807

188 120

187 471

100.00

17 963

19 455

19 638

9.97

15 302

16 691

15 157

53 815

94 286

95 027

46 822

90 876

90 781

48.24

8.08
48.42

* Comparison of proven reserves.

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PART III
OECD OVERVIEW

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NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.3

Table 1: Share of natural gas in OECD energy production


1973

1990
Other

Oil

Gas

Coal

Production

Oil

Gas

Coal

Other 1

Production

Mtoe

Mtoe

Canada

48.7

31.0

5.9

14.4

198.2

34.4

32.4

13.9

19.4

Chile

35.3

10.3

18.9

35.5

5.1

14.7

17.8

18.3

49.2

273.7
7.9

Mexico

58.1

22.3

3.2

16.4

47.3

78.5

11.7

1.7

8.1

194.7

United States

36.7

34.5

22.9

5.9

1456.2

26.2

25.3

32.8

15.7

1652.5

OECD Americas

38.7

33.7

20.4

7.3

1706.8

32.0

24.9

27.5

15.6

2128.8

Australia

29.2

5.0

59.2

6.6

68.0

18.4

10.9

67.4

3.3

157.5

Israel

99.2

0.7

0.0

6.1

3.1

6.7

5.0

85.2

0.4

Japan

2.8

7.8

60.7

28.8

29.5

0.9

2.5

5.9

90.6

75.2
22.6

Korea

98.4

1.6

6.8

33.5

66.5

4.4

7.0

31.9

56.8

4.0

17.1

33.6

12.4

37.0

11.5

OECD Asia Oceania

23.5

5.2

57.7

13.5

114.5

11.9

8.6

44.7

34.8

267.3

Austria

33.3

24.7

12.9

29.2

7.9

14.9

13.5

7.8

63.8

8.1

0.6

98.7

0.7

6.5

0.1

9.0

90.9

13.1

New Zealand

Belgium
Czech Republic

0.1

0.9

98.2

0.7

38.5

0.5

0.5

88.7

10.2

40.9

16.3

0.1

83.6

0.4

60.6

27.5

11.9

10.1

Estonia

..

..

..

..

..

89.3

10.7

5.4

Finland

100.0

4.9

100.0

12.1

France

4.7

14.2

40.8

40.2

44.2

3.1

2.2

7.4

87.3

111.9

Germany

4.0

9.6

82.4

4.1

171.7

2.5

7.3

65.4

24.8

186.2

Denmark

Greece

72.5

27.5

2.3

9.1

1.5

77.4

12.0

9.2

15.9

31.7

47.7

4.7

12.7

15.5

25.9

28.8

29.8

14.7

Iceland

100.0

0.5

100.0

1.4

Ireland

4.0

96.0

1.1

54.0

0.5

45.5

3.5

5.2

61.9

1.5

31.5

20.4

17.6

55.4

1.1

25.9

25.3

Hungary

Italy
Luxembourg

100.0

0.0

100.0

0.0

Netherlands

2.8

94.7

2.0

0.5

56.8

6.7

90.2

3.1

60.5

Norway

18.6

3.6

77.8

8.1

69.9

20.3

0.2

9.6

119.1

Poland

0.4

4.5

93.8

1.3

107.4

0.2

2.3

95.3

2.3

103.9

9.5

90.5

1.4

3.4

96.6

3.4

5.0

15.0

66.0

13.9

2.6

1.5

6.4

26.4

65.7

5.3

..

..

..

..

..

0.1

0.7

44.0

55.2

3.1

5.9

0.0

57.1

37.1

11.3

3.4

3.7

34.0

59.0

34.6

0.1

99.9

9.3

0.0

0.0

100.0

29.7

Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

OECD Europe 2
IEA Total
OECD Total 2

100.0

4.3

0.0

100.0

10.3

23.1

33.6

43.3

15.5

14.0

0.7

47.9

37.4

25.8

0.5

22.5

69.9

7.0

108.5

45.8

19.7

25.8

8.8

208.0

3.6

19.7

63.6

13.1

636.3

20.2

15.7

34.8

29.3

1045.4

28.1

29.0

34.0

8.9

2398.5

23.8

21.5

32.8

21.9

3228.6

28.9

28.7

33.3

9.1

2457.5

26.8

20.8

31.1

21.3

3441.5

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


1. Other: Nuclear, Hydro, Geothermal, Solar, Biofuels & Waste.
2. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD countries.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.4 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 1: Share of natural gas in OECD energy production (continued)


2010

Canada
Chile
Mexico

Oil

Gas

Coal

2011e
Other

Production

Oil

Gas

Coal

Other 1

Production

Mtoe

Mtoe

41.5

33.3

8.5

16.8

397.8

42.2

32.5

8.2

17.1

6.6

16.8

2.8

73.8

9.2

6.5

13.8

3.0

76.7

408.9
9.0

71.0

18.5

2.1

8.4

226.4

70.1

18.5

2.6

8.8

227.7

United States

20.1

28.7

30.8

20.4

1724.5

20.2

29.8

30.1

19.9

1792.2

OECD Americas

28.5

28.4

24.2

18.8

2357.9

28.5

29.2

23.8

18.6

2437.8

Australia

7.6

13.7

76.4

2.3

310.6

6.6

16.1

74.9

2.4

308.3

Israel

0.1

69.3

0.8

29.8

3.9

0.1

75.2

0.6

24.1

4.7

Japan

0.7

3.3

96.0

96.8

1.4

6.7

91.9

47.5

Korea

1.6

1.1

2.1

95.2

44.9

1.5

0.9

2.1

95.5

45.4

16.3

22.9

18.6

42.3

16.9

14.5

21.8

18.1

45.6

16.0

OECD Asia Oceania

5.9

11.1

51.0

31.9

473.0

5.7

14.2

55.6

24.4

422.0

Austria

8.7

12.6

78.6

11.8

9.1

13.6

77.4

10.7

Belgium

4.6

95.4

16.0

1.5

98.5

15.8

Czech Republic

0.9

0.5

65.6

33.1

31.6

1.0

0.5

64.4

34.1

31.7

53.5

31.5

15.0

23.3

53.7

29.4

16.8

21.5

Estonia

78.2

21.8

4.9

80.4

19.6

5.0

Finland

0.2

99.8

17.3

0.2

99.8

17.0

New Zealand

Denmark

France

0.8

0.5

0.1

98.6

135.6

0.8

0.4

0.1

98.8

136.2

Germany

2.5

7.4

34.4

55.7

131.3

2.8

7.2

36.8

53.3

125.5

Greece

1.1

0.1

77.5

21.4

9.4

0.9

0.1

80.3

18.7

9.5

Hungary

9.9

20.2

14.4

55.5

11.0

8.8

19.5

15.4

56.2

10.8
4.8

Iceland

100.0

4.4

100.0

Ireland

15.9

2.2

81.8

2.0

15.5

2.2

82.2

1.8

18.7

23.1

0.2

58.0

29.8

18.1

22.3

0.2

59.5

31.1

Italy
Luxembourg

100.0

0.1

100.0

0.1

Netherlands

2.4

90.9

6.7

69.8

2.7

89.5

7.8

64.5

Norway

48.1

45.5

0.6

5.7

205.5

47.3

46.1

0.5

6.1

196.1

Poland

1.1

5.5

82.2

11.2

67.4

1.0

5.6

81.6

11.9

69.2

100.0

5.6

100.0

5.3

3.4

1.4

9.9

85.3

6.2

3.0

1.6

10.2

85.1

6.0

0.2

31.3

68.5

3.7

0.0

31.2

68.7

3.8

0.4

0.2

8.9

90.6

34.2

0.3

0.1

7.4

92.2

31.1

100.0

33.5

100.0

33.1
12.4

Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland

100.0

12.6

100.0

7.7

1.7

54.4

36.2

32.2

7.0

1.9

55.8

35.3

33.3

United Kingdom

43.3

34.6

7.4

14.7

148.8

41.0

31.4

8.5

19.1

129.8

OECD Europe 2

18.5

23.0

16.1

42.3

1048.3

17.4

21.9

17.0

43.7

1006.1

IEA Total
OECD Total 2

20.2

25.3

26.8

27.7

3626.7

20.3

26.1

27.0

26.6

3610.8

23.1

24.9

25.3

26.8

3879.2

23.1

25.6

25.5

25.8

3865.8

Turkey

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


1. Other: Nuclear, Hydro, Geothermal, Solar, Biofuels & Waste.
2. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD countries.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.5

Table 2: Share of natural gas in OECD energy consumption


1973

1990
Other

Oil

Gas

Coal

Canada

49.8

23.4

9.6

17.2

Chile

58.5

6.2

14.1

21.2

Mexico

61.8

20.0

3.5

14.8

TPES

Oil

Gas

Coal

Other 1

TPES

Mtoe

Mtoe

159.3

36.7

26.2

11.6

25.4

8.5

46.2

8.1

17.8

27.8

14.0

52.6

65.5

18.9

2.8

12.8

122.5

208.5

United States

47.3

29.7

18.0

5.0

1729.9

39.5

22.9

24.0

13.6

1915.0

OECD Americas

47.9

28.9

16.9

6.4

1950.4

40.7

22.9

21.7

14.7

2260.0

Australia

46.6

5.9

39.6

7.9

57.1

36.2

17.1

40.6

6.1

86.2

Israel

99.4

0.6

0.0

-0.0

7.8

77.0

0.2

19.9

2.8

11.5

Japan

77.7

1.6

18.1

2.7

320.4

57.0

10.1

17.4

15.5

439.3

Korea

61.8

37.7

0.5

21.5

53.4

2.9

27.5

16.2

93.1

New Zealand

52.0

3.5

15.8

28.7

8.0

27.6

30.1

9.2

33.1

12.9

OECD Asia Oceania

72.5

2.1

21.7

3.7

414.8

53.5

10.2

21.9

14.5

643.0

Austria

56.4

15.4

18.0

10.2

21.5

41.8

20.9

16.5

20.9

24.8

Belgium

60.2

15.5

24.3

-0.0

46.0

37.2

16.9

21.9

24.0

48.3

Czech Republic

19.2

2.3

78.4

0.2

45.2

17.6

10.6

63.5

8.3

49.6

Denmark

88.1

0.0

10.2

1.8

19.0

44.0

10.5

35.1

10.4

17.4

Estonia

..

..

..

..

..

29.9

12.3

58.0

-0.3

9.9

Finland

63.0

12.0

25.0

21.0

33.3

7.7

14.4

44.5

28.4

France

66.5

7.5

16.3

9.7

180.1

37.5

11.6

9.0

41.9

223.9

Germany

47.4

8.6

41.6

2.4

334.7

34.6

15.7

36.6

13.2

351.1

Greece

76.7

17.8

5.5

11.8

56.3

0.6

37.6

5.4

21.4

Hungary

38.3

19.6

37.2

4.9

21.3

29.0

31.0

21.6

18.4

28.8

Iceland

51.6

0.1

48.4

1.1

29.9

3.1

67.0

2.1

Ireland

76.2

8.2

15.6

6.9

44.8

18.7

21.1

15.4

10.0

Italy

75.8

11.9

6.8

5.5

119.1

56.9

26.6

10.0

6.6

146.6

Luxembourg

36.1

4.9

54.9

4.0

4.4

43.4

12.6

33.2

10.8

3.4

Netherlands

49.1

46.0

4.6

0.3

62.0

35.4

46.9

13.6

4.1

65.7

Norway

52.8

6.4

40.8

14.3

38.4

9.4

4.1

48.1

21.0

Poland

11.5

6.7

80.4

1.3

92.9

12.6

8.7

76.5

2.2

103.1

Portugal

74.3

7.4

18.4

6.9

63.9

16.5

19.6

16.7

Slovak Republic

34.7

10.1

51.3

3.9

15.5

21.1

23.8

36.7

18.4

21.3

Slovenia

..

..

..

..

..

30.3

13.4

27.6

28.7

5.7

Spain

72.9

1.8

17.4

7.8

51.6

50.5

5.5

21.4

22.6

90.1

Sweden

71.8

4.2

24.0

38.8

30.3

1.2

5.8

62.7

47.2

Switzerland

76.4

0.8

1.7

21.1

18.9

50.4

6.7

1.5

41.4

24.3

Turkey

51.3

21.1

27.6

24.4

44.4

5.4

32.0

18.2

52.8

United Kingdom

49.9

11.5

35.0

3.5

218.1

37.1

22.9

30.6

9.3

205.9

OECD Europe 2

53.2

9.8

30.8

6.1

1375.4

37.4

16.1

27.6

19.0

1619.5

IEA Total
OECD Total 2

52.4

18.9

22.9

5.8

3670.6

40.6

18.7

24.4

16.3

4356.8

52.6

18.9

22.5

6.0

3740.6

41.3

18.6

23.8

16.2

4522.5

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


1. Other: Nuclear, Hydro, Geothermal, Solar, Biofuels & Waste.
2. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD countries.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.6 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 2: Share of natural gas in OECD energy consumption (continued)


2010
Oil

Gas

Coal

2011e
Other

TPES

Oil

Gas

Coal

Other 1

TPES

Mtoe

Mtoe

Canada

34.3

31.2

8.9

25.6

251.8

32.1

34.3

7.6

26.0

Chile

48.5

14.4

14.8

22.3

30.9

47.8

14.6

16.1

21.6

256.1
32.4

Mexico

54.6

29.9

4.8

10.6

178.1

54.0

30.3

5.1

10.7

187.0

United States

36.3

25.1

22.7

15.9

2216.3

35.7

26.0

22.2

16.1

2202.7

OECD Americas

37.5

25.9

20.1

16.5

2677.2

36.8

26.9

19.5

16.8

2678.2

Australia

32.0

21.2

41.2

5.6

124.7

32.5

26.5

34.7

6.2

119.8

Israel

44.9

19.2

32.3

3.6

22.9

48.8

16.9

31.2

3.2

24.3

Japan

40.9

17.3

23.1

18.7

496.8

45.0

21.8

23.6

9.5

458.1

Korea

38.0

15.5

29.4

17.1

250.0

36.0

16.2

31.0

16.8

257.6

New Zealand

33.2

20.5

7.2

39.2

18.2

32.6

18.9

8.0

40.5

18.0

OECD Asia Oceania

38.8

17.5

27.2

16.5

912.7

40.5

20.6

27.2

11.7

877.9

Austria

36.3

24.3

10.1

29.3

33.8

36.3

23.8

10.9

29.0

32.6

Belgium

40.7

27.9

5.2

26.2

60.9

40.5

25.5

4.8

29.1

55.9

Czech Republic

20.3

17.2

42.0

20.5

44.1

20.4

16.8

41.2

21.6

42.9

Denmark

17.5

35.5

23.0

19.8

21.8

19.3

34.1

21.2

18.5

26.2

Estonia

9.3

10.1

69.0

11.6

5.6

8.7

9.1

72.7

9.4

5.5

Finland

25.7

10.5

12.7

51.0

36.4

25.1

9.8

10.8

54.4

34.3

France

29.2

16.2

4.6

50.0

262.3

30.2

14.0

4.1

51.7

251.4

Germany

32.1

22.4

23.6

21.9

327.4

33.2

20.9

24.3

21.7

307.2

Greece

50.2

11.7

28.5

9.7

27.6

47.3

14.4

30.0

8.3

26.5

Hungary

25.5

38.2

10.5

25.8

25.7

25.0

37.3

10.9

26.7

25.1

Iceland

15.8

1.7

82.5

5.4

14.1

1.5

84.4

5.7

Ireland

48.0

32.6

9.0

10.4

14.4

47.2

30.5

10.3

12.0

13.5

Italy

38.3

40.0

8.3

13.4

170.2

37.5

38.6

9.2

14.7

165.1

Luxembourg

57.6

28.3

1.8

12.3

4.2

60.4

24.9

1.6

13.1

4.2

Netherlands

37.7

47.0

9.1

6.2

83.4

38.5

44.1

9.7

7.7

77.5

Norway

39.5

19.2

2.6

38.7

32.5

37.0

20.3

2.8

40.0

29.9

Poland

25.0

12.6

54.6

7.8

101.5

25.4

12.5

54.0

8.1

102.6

Portugal

49.1

19.1

7.0

24.8

23.5

47.2

19.3

9.8

23.8

23.1

Slovak Republic

19.9

28.1

21.9

30.1

17.8

19.9

27.3

22.3

30.5

16.9

Slovenia

35.2

12.0

19.7

33.1

7.2

35.3

10.2

19.8

34.7

7.2

Spain

45.5

24.4

6.0

24.1

127.7

44.5

23.0

9.5

23.1

125.9

Sweden

27.1

2.8

4.2

65.9

51.3

27.2

2.3

4.4

66.1

49.4

Switzerland

39.5

11.5

0.6

48.5

26.2

39.3

10.5

0.6

49.6

25.5

Turkey

28.6

29.9

30.5

11.0

105.1

27.7

32.2

29.8

10.3

114.2

United Kingdom

31.3

41.9

15.2

11.7

202.5

32.6

37.1

16.1

14.1

189.0

OECD Europe 2

33.2

25.6

16.3

24.9

1816.0

33.3

24.1

17.0

25.6

1748.9

IEA Total
OECD Total 2

35.6

24.3

20.5

19.6

5155.8

35.6

24.9

20.4

19.1

5042.7

36.3

24.4

20.0

19.3

5405.9

36.3

24.9

19.9

18.8

5305.0

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


1. Other: Nuclear, Hydro, Geothermal, Solar, Biofuels & Waste.
2. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD countries.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.7

Table 3: OECD gross domestic product (billion 2005 US dollars)


1971

1973

1978

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

397.7

448.6

535.8

749.9

1191.4

1199.6

1166.4

1203.9

1233.5

29.4

27.7

30.4

51.8

129.4

134.1

131.9

138.7

147.0

251.8

296.1

387.3

547.8

918.8

930.0

871.5

920.0

956.2

United States

4359.1

4871.7

5635.7

7962.6

13144.4

13097.2

12635.2

13017.0

13243.0

OECD Americas

5038.0

5644.1

6589.3

9312.1

15384.0

15360.9

14805.0

15279.6

15579.8

259.8

277.4

313.4

451.4

822.4

834.3

853.3

874.5

893.3

Israel

31.3

37.1

43.6

68.1

149.2

155.3

156.6

164.1

171.9

Japan

1631.8

1911.2

2223.7

3794.1

4754.8

4699.4

4403.9

4578.6

4544.3

Korea

66.7

81.5

134.0

360.3

934.0

955.5

958.5

1017.6

1054.5

New Zealand

49.8

56.4

56.6

69.8

118.9

117.6

118.5

121.3

122.9

2039.3

2363.6

2771.3

4743.7

6779.3

6762.0

6490.8

6756.0

6787.0

Austria

127.3

141.8

161.0

215.3

327.9

332.5

319.8

327.2

337.4

Belgium

170.8

190.8

214.5

279.8

398.7

402.5

391.1

399.9

407.5

70.7

75.7

86.9

102.0

147.2

151.7

144.6

148.6

151.0

125.9

136.0

147.5

187.4

270.6

268.5

252.9

256.1

258.7

Estonia

..

..

..

10.1

16.5

15.9

13.6

13.9

15.0

Finland

73.3

84.4

91.9

140.2

215.3

216.0

197.9

205.3

211.2

Canada
Chile
Mexico

Australia

OECD Asia Oceania

Czech Republic 1
Denmark

France

942.1

1050.0

1220.8

1623.8

2239.3

2237.5

2176.4

2208.6

2245.7

1365.1

1491.8

1667.0

2216.3

2962.4

2994.5

2840.9

2945.8

3034.0

100.4

119.5

140.3

156.3

261.0

260.6

252.1

243.2

226.4

51.3

61.1

73.0

87.7

114.8

115.8

107.9

109.3

111.1

Iceland

4.8

5.4

7.1

10.3

18.1

18.3

17.1

16.4

16.9

Ireland

37.6

42.0

54.4

82.4

225.2

218.5

203.2

202.3

203.8
1772.9

Germany
Greece
Hungary 1

Italy

802.3

891.2

1044.2

1451.6

1856.3

1834.8

1734.0

1765.3

Luxembourg

9.5

10.9

11.5

19.3

42.2

42.5

40.2

41.3

41.9

Netherlands

269.5

292.3

333.4

437.8

686.0

698.4

673.7

685.1

693.1

Norway

98.8

108.7

135.6

189.5

319.8

319.9

314.6

316.7

321.7

Poland 1

136.0

156.7

188.4

180.1

344.7

362.4

368.2

382.8

399.4
193.0

Portugal

67.0

80.4

90.3

137.4

199.2

199.2

193.4

196.1

Slovak Republic 1

23.8

25.4

29.2

34.9

57.3

60.6

57.6

60.1

62.1

..

..

..

24.9

40.4

41.9

38.5

39.0

39.0

Spain

401.2

467.6

535.3

730.9

1217.8

1228.7

1182.7

1181.9

1190.2

Sweden

176.6

187.8

201.1

263.9

399.3

396.9

376.9

400.0

415.8

Switzerland

231.7

246.4

235.1

313.9

400.1

408.4

400.8

411.7

419.3

Turkey

115.0

127.6

167.4

269.7

540.4

543.9

517.7

564.3

612.2

Slovenia

United Kingdom

954.2

1058.7

1126.1

1485.1

2421.1

2394.4

2289.7

2337.6

2352.9

OECD Europe2

6354.6

7052.3

7961.8

10650.8

15721.5

15764.1

15105.5

15458.5

15732.2

OECD Total 2

13431.9

15060.1

17322.4

24706.5

37884.7

37887.0

36401.3

37494.1

38099.0

1. GDP data prior to 1986 for Chile, prior to 1990 for the Czech Republic and Poland, prior to 1991 for Hungary, and prior to 1992 for
the Slovak Republic are IEA Secretariat estimates based on GDP growth rates from the World Bank.
2. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.
Source: OECD National Accounts.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.8 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 4: OECD industrial production index (2005=100)

Canada
Chile
Mexico

1971

1973

1978

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

41.8

50.7

54.7

68.3

98.6

94.1

83.3

88.4

91.6

..

..

..

..

107.5

107.7

100.5

101.0

106.5

..

..

..

67.1

107.9

107.7

99.5

105.6

109.6

39.8

47.1

52.4

65.2

104.7

101.0

89.5

94.3

98.1

OECD Americas

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

Australia

..

..

51.7

74.3

105.0

107.6

105.8

110.6

110.3
127.4

United States

Israel

..

..

..

54.9

114.7

123.2

115.8

124.9

Japan

45.1

55.7

58.5

96.9

107.2

103.8

81.7

94.8

91.4

Korea

..

..

..

31.7

115.9

119.8

119.7

139.2

148.8

New Zealand

..

..

61.6

73.0

97.6

96.8

89.0

89.6

90.0

OECD Asia Oceania

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

Austria

32.7

37.1

41.2

59.7

113.8

116.0

103.1

110.2

118.3

Belgium

47.7

54.4

56.7

70.6

110.5

114.5

103.8

115.9

122.4

Czech Republic

..

..

..

89.9

119.8

117.7

101.6

112.1

119.8

Denmark

..

..

52.4

72.1

102.1

101.0

85.8

87.3

88.9

Estonia

..

..

..

..

116.9

111.0

84.3

104.1

121.7
100.8

Finland

29.8

34.8

37.3

58.9

114.6

115.5

94.6

100.0

France

59.7

68.8

73.3

88.2

101.8

99.2

86.5

90.8

92.9

Germany

59.6

65.8

67.6

85.7

113.5

113.8

94.1

105.0

114.4

Greece

43.6

56.9

71.0

83.7

102.6

102.4

92.4

87.0

79.6

Hungary

..

..

..

51.9

118.5

118.5

97.6

107.8

113.7

Iceland

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

Ireland

..

..

12.2

23.6

108.5

106.1

101.4

109.0

..

57.1

65.4

71.9

90.2

105.4

101.7

82.6

87.9

87.9

Italy
Luxembourg

45.8

53.4

46.4

66.5

101.9

96.3

80.5

89.5

86.5

Netherlands

58.0

65.7

71.1

77.9

103.8

105.3

97.6

104.5

103.7

Norway

29.7

33.5

42.9

74.2

96.7

97.1

93.3

88.1

83.7

Poland

..

..

..

47.3

122.5

125.8

121.0

134.4

143.6

33.6

42.5

51.9

93.3

103.0

98.8

90.6

92.1

90.2

..

..

..

86.6

130.3

136.7

119.1

143.2

153.1

Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia

..

..

..

..

113.3

116.1

96.0

101.9

104.5

Spain

43.1

55.6

64.9

79.1

106.0

98.4

82.8

83.5

82.3

Sweden

46.7

51.2

47.9

64.3

107.7

104.5

85.9

93.3

98.6

Switzerland

58.9

63.6

59.9

78.3

118.1

119.6

110.1

117.1

..

..

..

..

57.0

114.8

114.2

102.9

116.4

126.8

Turkey
United Kingdom

69.6

77.2

79.9

89.2

100.5

97.7

88.9

90.5

89.3

OECD Europe1

50.2

57.2

61.4

78.0

108.9

107.4

93.4

99.9

103.6

OECD Total1

..

..

55.2

72.9

107.2

105.1

92.2

99.6

102.7

1. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.


Source: OECD Main Economic Indicators.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.9

Table 5: OECD natural gas supply per unit of GDP1

1971

1973

1978

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Canada

0.078

0.083

0.076

0.073

0.068

0.065

0.067

0.065

0.071

Chile

0.022

0.019

0.021

0.022

0.030

0.016

0.021

0.032

0.032

Mexico

0.035

0.035

0.038

0.042

0.050

0.053

0.056

0.058

0.059

United States

0.119

0.106

0.082

0.055

0.041

0.041

0.042

0.043

0.043

OECD Americas

0.111

0.100

0.078

0.056

0.044

0.044

0.045

0.045

0.046

Australia

0.007

0.012

0.020

0.033

0.028

0.030

0.032

0.030

0.036

Israel

0.003

0.001

0.001

0.000

0.014

0.020

0.022

0.027

0.024

Japan

0.002

0.003

0.007

0.012

0.018

0.018

0.018

0.019

0.022

Korea
New Zealand

..

..

..

0.008

0.033

0.033

0.033

0.038

0.040

0.002

0.005

0.023

0.056

0.031

0.029

0.030

0.031

0.028

OECD Asia Oceania

0.003

0.004

0.008

0.014

0.021

0.022

0.023

0.024

0.027

Austria

0.022

0.023

0.027

0.024

0.022

0.023

0.023

0.025

0.023

Belgium

0.028

0.037

0.040

0.029

0.037

0.037

0.039

0.042

0.035

Czech Republic

0.012

0.014

0.023

0.051

0.049

0.047

0.047

0.051

0.048

Denmark

..

..

..

0.010

0.015

0.015

0.015

0.017

0.014

Estonia

..

..

..

0.121

0.049

0.049

0.039

0.041

0.034

Finland

..

..

0.009

0.016

0.017

0.018

0.018

0.019

0.016

France

0.010

0.013

0.015

0.016

0.017

0.018

0.018

0.019

0.016

Germany

0.012

0.019

0.028

0.025

0.026

0.026

0.027

0.025

0.021

Greece

..

..

..

0.001

0.013

0.014

0.012

0.013

0.017

0.064

0.068

0.096

0.102

0.093

0.091

0.085

0.090

0.084

Iceland

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

Ireland

..

..

..

0.023

0.019

0.021

0.021

0.023

0.020

Italy

0.014

0.016

0.021

0.027

0.037

0.038

0.037

0.039

0.036

Luxembourg

0.002

0.020

0.039

0.022

0.027

0.026

0.028

0.029

0.025

Netherlands

Hungary

0.074

0.098

0.098

0.070

0.049

0.050

0.052

0.057

0.049

Norway

..

..

0.005

0.010

0.015

0.015

0.018

0.020

0.019

Poland

0.042

0.040

0.044

0.050

0.036

0.035

0.033

0.033

0.032

..

..

..

..

0.019

0.021

0.022

0.023

0.023

0.055

0.061

0.105

0.146

0.089

0.085

0.077

0.083

0.074

..

..

..

0.031

0.023

0.021

0.022

0.022

0.019

0.001

0.002

0.002

0.007

0.026

0.028

0.026

0.026

0.024

..

..

..

0.002

0.002

0.002

0.003

0.004

0.003

0.000

0.001

0.003

0.005

0.007

0.007

0.007

0.007

0.006

..

..

..

0.011

0.056

0.056

0.056

0.056

0.060

Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

0.017

0.024

0.033

0.032

0.034

0.035

0.034

0.036

0.030

OECD Europe2

0.015

0.019

0.024

0.024

0.029

0.029

0.029

0.030

0.027

OECD Total2

0.049

0.047

0.042

0.034

0.033

0.034

0.034

0.035

0.035

1. Measured in toe per $1000 of GDP at 2005 prices and exchange rates.
2. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.
Sources: OECD National Accounts, Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.10 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 6: OECD natural gas supply per capita1

1971

1973

1978

1990

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Canada

1.419

1.657

1.701

1.976

2.448

2.349

2.324

2.304

2.547

Chile

0.065

0.052

0.058

0.087

0.231

0.126

0.165

0.261

0.274

Mexico

0.176

0.197

0.236

0.285

0.439

0.460

0.452

0.492

0.519

United States

2.489

2.428

2.064

1.752

1.797

1.775

1.741

1.795

1.826

OECD Americas

1.927

1.890

1.614

1.389

1.473

1.452

1.428

1.475

1.521

Australia

0.136

0.248

0.424

0.861

1.074

1.161

1.212

1.174

1.390

Israel

0.034

0.014

0.013

0.006

0.293

0.417

0.457

0.578

0.528

Japan

0.032

0.047

0.136

0.357

0.650

0.656

0.633

0.675

0.788

Korea
New Zealand

..

..

..

0.064

0.643

0.654

0.650

0.791

0.851

0.037

0.095

0.410

1.148

0.859

0.803

0.809

0.850

0.771

OECD Asia Oceania

0.034

0.054

0.133

0.342

0.683

0.702

0.695

0.756

0.858

Austria

0.379

0.435

0.572

0.675

0.870

0.916

0.894

0.979

0.928

Belgium

0.488

0.734

0.868

0.819

1.405

1.385

1.400

1.558

1.305

Czech Republic

0.087

0.103

0.196

0.506

0.696

0.683

0.641

0.721

0.685

Denmark

..

0.000

0.000

0.354

0.744

0.741

0.705

0.797

0.669

Estonia

..

..

..

0.770

0.599

0.574

0.392

0.420

0.378

Finland

..

..

0.171

0.438

0.704

0.725

0.652

0.715

0.628

France

0.186

0.253

0.345

0.447

0.603

0.622

0.596

0.656

0.543

Germany

0.215

0.363

0.603

0.693

0.934

0.932

0.935

0.898

0.785

Greece

..

..

..

0.013

0.301

0.312

0.263

0.286

0.337

0.314

0.400

0.655

0.860

1.064

1.052

0.913

0.981

0.938

Iceland

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

Ireland

..

..

..

0.534

0.981

1.009

0.959

1.049

0.903

Italy

0.201

0.260

0.399

0.687

1.171

1.162

1.061

1.125

1.059

Luxembourg

0.045

0.623

1.254

1.124

2.392

2.240

2.238

2.364

2.004

Netherlands

Hungary

1.512

2.121

2.334

2.061

2.031

2.107

2.116

2.360

2.043

Norway

..

..

0.171

0.466

1.034

1.019

1.137

1.274

1.224

Poland

0.174

0.187

0.234

0.235

0.328

0.330

0.316

0.335

0.336

..

..

..

..

0.359

0.390

0.397

0.422

0.419

0.287

0.336

0.626

0.960

0.943

0.955

0.816

0.922

0.848

..

..

..

0.382

0.453

0.434

0.407

0.421

0.359

0.010

0.027

0.032

0.127

0.708

0.766

0.680

0.677

0.628

..

..

..

0.067

0.100

0.090

0.117

0.155

0.123

0.007

0.023

0.107

0.240

0.346

0.364

0.345

0.387

0.343

..

..

..

0.052

0.433

0.425

0.402

0.431

0.498

Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

0.293

0.447

0.657

0.825

1.344

1.375

1.264

1.364

1.124

OECD Europe2

0.207

0.296

0.416

0.520

0.829

0.840

0.797

0.842

0.761

OECD Total2

0.733

0.771

0.763

0.792

1.047

1.048

1.019

1.069

1.068

1. Toe per capita.


2. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.
Sources: OECD National Accounts, Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

199.18
14.49
11.40
95.80
17.17
73.36
15.27
14.18
27.73
45.26
306.24
32.95
10.45
0.36
7.87
28.80
51.81
425.38
276.29
0.29
38.51
28.19
5.31
2.76
207.23
6.40
14.09
5.94
31.39
9.37
0.61
119.75
117.02
1940.72
4076.58
4181.53
1089.01

from
Coal
383.48
69.34
106.43
536.63
69.71
114.48
47.02
18.47
62.92
357.81
761.58
84.28
48.95
1.92
38.66
68.06
398.47
1143.07
563.08
10.61
416.91
187.00
30.86
39.17
305.10
48.15
35.00
15.32
268.32
47.57
43.83
265.88
483.52
5368.63
11849.86
12440.27
3659.54

Total

% Gas in
total energyrelated CO2
emissions
(%)
17.3
27.3
36.5
33.3
14.1
15.2
22.1
7.1
13.9
26.7
22.6
8.6
45.3
0.0
28.0
14.9
39.5
18.8
16.0
26.3
29.7
48.2
25.9
30.1
9.2
21.7
31.9
12.8
26.9
6.5
16.0
27.5
40.0
23.9
24.5
24.5
27.64
(t CO2 / toe)
3.07
2.05
1.75
2.13
2.25
2.60
2.44
3.32
1.73
1.36
2.33
3.05
1.91
0.36
2.69
2.97
2.34
2.30
2.25
2.51
2.34
2.24
1.70
1.21
3.01
2.05
1.97
2.12
2.10
0.93
1.67
2.53
2.39
2.42
2.30
2.30
2.13

Energyrelated
CO2/TPES

Energyrelated
CO2/GDP
(kg CO2/
2005 US$)
0.44
0.21
0.27
0.45
0.50
0.77
0.18
1.33
0.31
0.16
0.26
0.35
0.45
0.12
0.19
0.41
0.23
0.25
0.55
0.26
0.45
0.27
0.25
0.12
0.80
0.25
0.58
0.39
0.23
0.12
0.11
0.47
0.21
0.41
0.33
0.33
0.25
(t CO2 / capita)
17.00
8.27
9.78
15.73
4.08
10.89
8.48
13.79
11.73
5.52
9.32
7.45
4.89
6.04
8.64
8.93
6.59
8.97
11.52
20.98
3.85
11.26
7.04
8.01
7.99
4.53
6.45
7.48
5.82
5.07
5.63
3.65
7.78
17.31
10.82
10.10
7.29

Energyrelated
CO2/population
(%)
2.3
0.6
1.1
4.7
0.6
0.8
0.4
0.1
0.7
4.9
6.1
0.5
0.5
0.1
0.3
0.4
3.1
9.2
4.6
0.1
3.3
1.5
0.3
0.6
1.9
0.4
0.3
0.1
2.4
0.9
0.5
1.9
3.7
41.0
95.4
100.0
x

Share in
total OECD
TPES

Sources: IEA, Energy Balances of OECD Countries (Paris: OECD, 2012) and CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion (Paris: OECD, 2012).

Note: Energy-related CO2 emissions are calculated using the Tier 1 IPCC Sectoral Approach. Emissions from the combustion of biomass-derived fuels are not included in accordance with the IPCC
greenhouse gas inventory methodology.
* Other includes industrial wastes and non-renewable municipal wastes.

Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
Chile
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Japan
Korea
Luxembourg
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
IEA Total
OECD Total
EU27

TPES
(Mtoe)
124.73
33.84
60.86
251.84
30.92
44.11
19.25
5.57
36.40
262.29
327.37
27.62
25.67
5.37
14.40
22.91
170.24
496.85
250.01
4.23
178.11
83.43
18.20
32.45
101.45
23.54
17.81
7.21
127.74
51.28
26.21
105.13
202.51
2216.32
5155.77
5405.87
1714.28

Energy-related CO2 emissions


from
from
from
Oil
Gas
Other*
(Million tonnes CO2)
117.15
66.53
0.62
33.03
18.90
2.93
52.76
38.83
3.45
261.52
178.54
0.77
42.72
9.81
0.01
22.82
17.39
0.92
19.66
10.38
1.70
2.98
1.31
0.00
25.79
8.74
0.66
211.43
95.60
5.52
266.05
171.81
17.48
43.95
7.24
0.15
15.93
22.17
0.40
1.56
0.00
0.00
19.94
10.82
0.04
29.12
10.14
0.00
184.94
157.43
4.29
497.41
215.02
5.27
186.64
90.22
9.93
7.35
2.80
0.17
254.57
123.84
0.00
65.44
90.07
3.29
17.55
8.00
0.00
23.97
11.79
0.65
66.64
27.94
3.30
30.65
10.46
0.65
9.61
11.15
0.15
7.32
1.96
0.11
163.73
72.23
0.98
32.77
3.10
2.34
32.71
7.00
3.51
72.78
73.19
0.16
171.08
193.63
1.79
2116.67
1282.17
29.07
4769.96
2903.15
100.18
5108.24
3050.21
100.29
1508.25
1011.61
50.68

Table 7 : Key Energy and CO2 Emissions Data for OECD Countries (2010)

Share in
total OECD
energy-related
CO2 emissions
(%)
3.1
0.6
0.9
4.3
0.6
0.9
0.4
0.1
0.5
2.9
6.1
0.7
0.4
0.0
0.3
0.5
3.2
9.2
4.5
0.1
3.4
1.5
0.2
0.3
2.5
0.4
0.3
0.1
2.2
0.4
0.4
2.1
3.9
43.2
95.3
100.0
x

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 Edition) - III.11

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.12 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 8: Selected Natural Gas Pipeline Import Prices into Europe


US Dollars/MBtu
Czech
Germany
Republic

Austria

Belgium

Greece

Hungary

Ireland

Average1

Average

Average

Average

Russian
Federation

Average1

Average

Algeria

Russian
Federation

Average1

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

4.48
5.90
7.79
7.94
11.91
8.35
..
..

4.27
..
..
6.26
10.70
4.99
6.59
9.18

..
..
..
7.89
11.57
8.67
8.74
11.14

4.40
5.86
7.83
8.07
11.50
8.47
8.05
10.58

2.94
..
..
..
..
8.31
9.90
11.17

4.40
5.90
8.14
8.28
11.97
9.68
9.62
11.12

3.81
..
..
7.57
8.19
6.08
6.36
7.67

..
..
..
..
..
8.51
9.14
11.39

..
..
..
..
..
10.02
10.32
12.45

..
..
..
..
..
9.05
8.66
10.72

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

10.39
10.72
11.51
11.77
12.00
12.63
13.18
13.29
13.15
12.16
11.10
11.26

10.47
10.01
10.93
12.26
11.56
12.28
12.18
10.54
12.83
9.66
8.91
8.50

9.02
9.88
10.73
10.75
11.05
11.80
13.46
12.70
12.87
12.81
12.50
13.49

9.66
10.25
10.83
11.31
11.63
12.16
12.93
12.59
12.20
11.99
11.74
11.84

6.71
10.25
10.25
10.25
11.14
..
..
13.16
12.80
12.26
14.79
14.26

8.94
10.31
10.66
10.56
11.68
11.60
12.03
13.16
13.39
13.04
15.17
15.13

8.88
6.36
4.02
9.85
10.21
10.27
9.34
9.62
9.94
9.96
9.38
8.39

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

9.85
8.07
7.69
7.23
7.50
7.58
8.08
8.32
8.66
9.00
9.33
9.10

8.82
7.14
4.61
4.37
4.31
4.36
3.79
3.64
3.65
4.03
4.39
4.83

12.31
10.36
10.84
10.63
9.33
8.56
7.86
7.32
7.25
7.07
6.87
7.19

11.61
10.89
10.27
8.62
8.22
8.04
7.22
7.04
7.21
7.55
7.84
7.83

15.25
11.04
11.52
11.19
6.43
6.56
6.53
6.77
6.71
6.74
8.45
8.23

13.42
13.22
14.02
13.50
10.90
9.56
9.71
7.50
7.68
7.60
8.07
7.54

8.47
8.15
7.34
5.83
5.79
6.01
5.37
4.83
4.31
4.97
5.44
5.70

13.58
9.13
9.51
9.42
6.39
6.52
6.37
6.63
7.21
7.39
8.38
7.92

14.00
12.45
11.68
11.80
11.05
9.59
8.25
7.18
9.20
8.58
8.97
8.82

12.92
10.12
10.17
9.82
8.41
8.36
7.51
7.21
7.88
7.89
8.24
8.00

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

6.00
5.50
4.73
5.05
5.75
6.32
7.21
6.73
7.16
7.60
7.74
9.41

7.33
7.73
8.05
8.74
8.34
8.55
9.73
9.94
9.48
10.28
9.95
9.37

7.76
7.66
7.72
7.61
7.30
7.27
7.86
7.89
8.10
9.05
9.20
8.91

8.45
9.35
9.55
9.71
10.38
10.05
10.68
10.38
10.47
10.59
10.08
10.05

8.13
8.87
9.28
9.08
10.15
9.85
10.20
10.34
10.27
10.91
10.52
10.29

6.73
5.40
5.63
5.33
5.48
5.84
6.41
6.43
5.88
6.62
7.43
8.31

7.93
8.47
8.59
8.62
8.84
8.93
9.78
10.04
10.32
10.02
9.81
9.32

9.14
10.28
10.33
11.06
11.09
10.67
11.90
11.56
9.49
10.68
10.37
9.94

8.16
8.56
8.54
8.47
8.34
8.10
8.83
9.04
8.84
9.29
9.10
8.71

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

8.82
8.64
9.76
9.61
9.42
9.57
9.10
8.99
9.54
8.89
9.30
8.69

10.66
10.68
10.30
11.00
10.99
11.17
11.71
12.36
12.13
10.64
11.25
11.79

9.44
9.73
10.10
10.72
10.72
10.65
10.97
10.80
10.17
10.77
11.81
11.61

10.44
10.71
10.99
10.84
11.12
11.42
11.28
11.97
11.58
12.66
12.82
8.72

10.17
11.10
10.99
10.45
11.20
11.11
11.02
11.25
10.33
11.85
11.81
12.52

7.97
8.02
6.38
8.39
..
..
..
..
8.08
..
..
..

9.33
10.36
10.64
10.74
11.76
11.87
11.90
13.07
13.09
11.20
13.58
13.29

10.60
11.08
11.28
12.34
12.25
12.40
14.09
12.89
12.23
13.11
14.50
12.84

8.85
9.40
9.39
9.76
9.90
11.03
12.07
12.34
11.99
12.16
13.68
12.70

Origin

Italy

Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics, converted by IEA into
US$/MBtu. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.U. member states' natural gas import prices. From January 2005
onwards, the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. These are then
converted to national currency/Mbtu. Prior to January 2005, import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities
reported in kilograms, which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time
series. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.
1. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. For the European Union, calculated average prices may not be
comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. For more information, please consult Sources and Notes.
Source: Eurostat Intra- and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.

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NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.13

Table 8: Selected Natural Gas Pipeline Import Prices into Europe (continued)
Netherlands

Slovak
Portugal
Republic
1

Spain

Sweden

UK

US Dollars/MBtu
European Union
Member States

UK

Average1

Average

Average

Norway

Algeria

Average1

Denmark

Norway

Average1

3.34
4.70
..
..
..
..
..
11.33

3.90
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

4.40
5.95
7.43
7.80
10.92
..
8.52
11.48

3.95
5.54
7.84
7.84
11.65
..
9.47
10.80

6.10
5.52
7.54
7.76
..
8.20
7.29
9.06

3.93
5.17
..
7.14
9.44
7.23
7.52
9.62

4.37
4.19
..
7.25
..
7.41
7.49
9.54

4.13
6.09
8.39
8.08
12.16
8.49
9.25
12.70

3.20
5.40
7.48
5.18
9.17
4.90
4.70
7.00

4.20
5.55
7.40
7.13
10.56
7.57
7.61
9.97

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

9.21
9.46
9.03
10.05
10.02
10.17
11.80
11.86
11.79
13.17
12.89
13.15

8.97
9.98
11.14
10.92
11.12
12.15
12.65
12.61
13.44
12.84
14.53
15.15

8.67
9.77
10.47
10.47
11.45
11.53
12.07
..
11.22
9.68
10.42
11.19

7.96
8.39
9.06
9.13
9.41
9.34
9.55
9.74
9.92
9.55
10.30
11.68

8.05
8.56
9.26
9.30
9.71
9.71
9.94
..
10.08
9.57
10.32
11.60

10.69
12.20
11.92
12.68
12.09
12.20
13.53
13.54
12.86
11.95
12.89
12.03

8.53
8.95
8.46
8.61
8.95
9.75
11.24
10.71
8.69
10.56
9.54
8.23

9.12
9.46
9.81
10.51
10.83
11.42
12.04
11.41
11.61
10.96
10.57
10.46

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

9.92
10.66
..
6.40
6.31
7.02
6.53
6.14
6.00
7.45
7.43
7.33

..
12.70
..
12.61
10.51
10.28
8.69
7.83
7.12
7.92
8.22
8.33

10.99
9.55
9.72
9.81
7.22
7.43
7.47
7.29
7.30
7.41
6.88
6.68

10.69
8.47
8.74
8.25
6.46
6.53
6.16
6.07
6.10
6.30
7.00
6.77

10.76
8.65
8.94
8.68
6.61
6.68
6.39
6.32
6.33
6.48
6.97
6.76

10.74
7.85
9.86
8.93
7.45
7.35
9.33
8.17
7.07
8.68
9.28
7.20

7.09
7.14
6.45
4.37
3.92
3.86
3.81
3.75
3.23
3.03
3.35
3.82

10.62
9.26
8.48
7.52
7.07
7.16
6.64
6.34
6.48
6.67
6.91
6.85

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

8.16
8.09
8.14
12.50
8.01
8.43
9.04
8.84
8.59
9.06
8.71
9.24

8.10
8.34
8.75
9.05
8.86
8.88
10.21
10.39
10.13
10.40
11.88
9.66

6.49
7.04
6.99
7.36
7.13
6.72
7.51
7.42
7.36
8.41
7.85
7.56

6.66
7.19
7.21
7.47
7.41
7.18
7.85
7.82
7.95
8.62
8.02
7.79

6.63
7.17
7.18
7.46
7.36
7.11
7.78
7.76
7.92
8.59
7.99
7.75

8.25
10.08
9.42
9.62
10.16
9.90
9.17
8.11
5.65
7.57
10.97
10.47

4.19
5.00
4.48
4.04
3.89
4.47
4.35
4.67
5.28
5.05
5.12
5.29

7.07
7.11
7.03
7.04
7.10
7.16
7.82
7.90
7.95
8.57
8.42
8.34

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

9.91
9.92
10.36
10.53
11.04
11.30
12.09
11.99
11.53
12.27
12.29
12.02

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

9.78
9.66
9.55
11.31
10.85
10.79
23.09
13.50
13.17
12.89
13.26
12.66

4.87
10.91
10.93
11.66
11.48
11.86
12.32
12.71
12.09
12.07
12.53
12.84

7.54
8.36
8.36
8.37
9.30
8.76
9.12
9.84
9.76
9.33
10.33
9.84

7.82
8.48
8.53
8.53
9.87
9.80
9.77
10.70
10.37
..
11.64
11.03

7.78
8.46
8.51
8.51
9.81
9.69
9.73
10.58
10.27
..
11.42
10.82

11.38
10.59
11.13
15.41
13.90
13.95
14.07
14.07
13.83
13.20
13.81
13.10

6.18
5.89
6.73
7.45
8.30
7.63
7.56
7.81
7.10
6.92
7.49
7.93

8.58
8.90
9.34
9.78
10.10
10.40
10.66
10.68
10.17
10.41
11.26
10.86

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

Origin

Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics, converted by IEA into
US$/MBtu. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.U. member states' natural gas import prices. From January 2005
onwards, the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. These are then
converted to national currency/Mbtu. Prior to January 2005, import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities
reported in kilograms, which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time
series. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.
1. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. For the European Union, calculated average prices may not be
comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. For more information, please consult Sources and Notes.
Source: Eurostat Intra- and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.14 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 9: Selected Natural Gas Pipeline Import Prices into Europe


Austria
()

Belgium
()

Average1

Average

Hungary
(Forint)

Ireland
()

Average

Russian
Federation

Average1

Average

Algeria

Russian
Federation

Average1

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

3.58
4.77
6.22
5.78
8.09
5.98
..
..

3.42
..
..
4.49
7.30
3.63
4.95
6.61

..
..
..
158.84
197.56
167.11
166.15
196.66

3.51
4.73
6.25
5.86
7.86
6.11
6.04
7.62

2.35
..
..
..
..
5.92
7.46
8.04

879.32
1181.54
1713.28
1524.04
2068.52
1953.80
1978.67
2243.73

3.03
..
..
5.50
5.61
4.42
4.79
5.54

..
..
..
..
..
6.24
6.88
8.17

..
..
..
..
..
7.24
7.69
8.98

..
..
..
..
..
6.59
6.51
7.71

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

7.06
7.28
7.41
7.47
7.71
8.12
8.36
8.89
9.17
9.16
8.73
8.39

7.12
6.79
7.04
7.78
7.43
7.89
7.73
7.05
8.94
7.28
7.01
6.33

159.75
170.11
174.10
171.10
178.30
184.42
201.01
206.31
219.19
239.35
247.28
261.78

6.57
6.95
6.98
7.18
7.47
7.82
8.20
8.42
8.50
9.03
9.23
8.82

4.56
6.96
6.60
6.51
7.16
..
..
8.80
8.92
9.24
11.62
10.62

1554.32
1833.89
1784.82
1700.60
1859.37
1809.11
1770.45
2074.11
2246.00
2565.66
3152.04
2978.27

6.03
4.32
2.59
6.25
6.56
6.61
5.93
6.44
6.93
7.50
7.38
6.25

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

7.47
6.30
5.90
5.48
5.49
5.41
5.74
5.83
5.94
6.08
6.26
6.24

6.69
5.57
3.54
3.31
3.15
3.11
2.69
2.55
2.51
2.72
2.94
3.32

254.60
229.77
225.83
214.64
182.24
161.73
143.80
131.44
126.06
123.35
118.91
128.62

8.80
8.50
7.88
6.53
6.02
5.74
5.13
4.94
4.95
5.10
5.26
5.38

11.56
8.62
8.83
8.48
4.71
4.68
4.63
4.75
4.60
4.55
5.66
5.65

2864.57
3075.78
3263.21
2997.88
2245.14
1908.83
1874.41
1417.22
1430.11
1375.93
1464.76
1413.57

6.43
6.36
5.63
4.42
4.24
4.29
3.81
3.38
2.96
3.35
3.65
3.91

10.30
7.13
7.29
7.13
4.68
4.65
4.52
4.65
4.95
4.99
5.62
5.44

10.61
9.72
8.96
8.94
8.09
6.84
5.85
5.04
6.32
5.79
6.01
6.05

9.80
7.90
7.80
7.44
6.16
5.97
5.33
5.05
5.41
5.33
5.52
5.49

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

4.20
4.02
3.49
3.77
4.57
5.18
5.64
5.22
5.47
5.47
5.68
7.12

133.90
146.60
151.41
165.13
170.11
180.28
192.41
190.88
178.36
181.49
179.63
178.39

5.43
5.60
5.69
5.68
5.81
5.95
6.14
6.12
6.19
6.52
6.75
6.75

5.92
6.84
7.04
7.25
8.26
8.23
8.35
8.05
8.00
7.62
7.40
7.61

1531.07
1755.91
1813.60
1798.61
2233.01
2268.39
2257.94
2251.56
2208.33
2151.81
2125.26
2157.72

4.71
3.95
4.15
3.98
4.36
4.78
5.01
4.99
4.49
4.77
5.45
6.29

5.55
6.19
6.33
6.44
7.03
7.32
7.65
7.78
7.89
7.21
7.19
7.06

6.40
7.51
7.61
8.26
8.82
8.74
9.31
8.96
7.25
7.69
7.61
7.52

5.71
6.26
6.29
6.32
6.64
6.64
6.91
7.01
6.75
6.69
6.68
6.59

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

6.60
6.33
6.97
6.64
6.58
6.64
6.32
6.27
6.94
6.48
6.86
6.61

194.65
189.76
179.13
184.50
187.07
188.02
196.89
209.17
216.34
192.48
211.02
228.54

7.06
7.12
7.20
7.42
7.49
7.39
7.62
7.53
7.40
7.85
8.70
8.83

7.82
7.85
7.84
7.50
7.77
7.93
7.83
8.35
8.42
9.22
9.45
6.63

2093.93
2200.23
2122.73
1914.20
2088.00
2054.06
2019.05
2134.41
2137.05
2561.42
2687.70
2898.91

5.96
5.87
4.56
5.80
..
..
..
..
5.87
..
..
..

6.98
7.59
7.59
7.43
8.22
8.24
8.26
9.12
9.51
8.16
10.01
10.11

7.93
8.11
8.05
8.54
8.56
8.61
9.78
8.99
8.89
9.55
10.69
9.76

6.63
6.88
6.70
6.75
6.91
7.66
8.38
8.61
8.72
8.86
10.08
9.66

Average

Germany
()

National currency/MBtu
Italy
()

Greece
()

Origin

Czech
Republic
(Koruna)

Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics, converted by IEA into
US$/MBtu. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.U. member states' natural gas import prices. From January 2005
onwards, the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. These are then
converted to national currency/Mbtu. Prior to January 2005, import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities
reported in kilograms, which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time
series. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.
1. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. For the European Union, calculated average prices may not be
comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. For more information, please consult Sources and Notes.
Source: Eurostat Intra- and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.15

Table 9: Selected Natural Gas Pipeline Import Prices into Europe (continued)
Netherlands
()
UK

Average1

Portugal Slovak
()
Republic
()
1
Average

Spain
()
Norway

Algeria

Average

Sweden
(Krona)

UK
()

Average1

Denmark

Norway

National currency/MBtu
European Union
Member States
()
Origin
1

Average

2.69
3.79
..
..
..
..
..
8.13

3.13
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

3.57
4.81
5.93
5.65
7.47
..
6.40
8.26

4.17
5.68
7.76
6.39
8.28
..
7.10
7.77

4.90
4.45
6.01
5.66
..
5.95
5.48
6.56

3.15
4.18
..
5.20
6.45
5.23
5.65
6.91

3.51
3.39
..
5.29
..
5.37
5.62
6.86

30.00
44.66
62.57
54.05
80.57
65.55
66.28
82.37

1.74
2.96
4.09
2.60
5.06
3.25
3.03
4.39

3.40
4.54
5.99
5.31
7.43
5.62
5.86
7.37

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

6.26
6.42
5.81
6.38
6.44
6.54
7.49
7.93
8.21
9.92
10.13
9.79

6.79
7.44
7.74
7.45
7.48
7.86
8.08
8.49
9.41
9.78
11.53
11.30

5.89
6.63
6.74
6.65
7.35
7.42
7.66
..
7.82
7.29
8.19
8.33

5.41
5.69
5.84
5.80
6.05
6.01
6.06
6.51
6.91
7.19
8.09
8.70

5.47
5.81
5.96
5.91
6.24
6.24
6.31
..
7.02
7.21
8.11
8.64

68.53
77.50
72.25
75.50
72.40
73.60
81.22
85.03
85.80
88.81
102.75
96.36

4.33
4.56
4.23
4.38
4.55
4.96
5.66
5.68
4.84
6.26
6.23
5.54

6.38
6.61
6.49
6.86
7.14
7.51
7.80
7.82
8.36
8.54
8.60
8.11

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

7.52
8.32
..
4.85
4.62
5.01
4.64
4.30
4.12
5.03
4.98
5.03

..
9.91
..
9.55
7.69
7.34
6.17
5.49
4.89
5.34
5.51
5.71

8.33
7.45
7.45
7.43
5.28
5.30
5.30
5.11
5.01
5.00
4.61
4.59

8.10
6.61
6.70
6.25
4.73
4.66
4.37
4.26
4.19
4.25
4.69
4.64

8.16
6.75
6.85
6.58
4.84
4.77
4.53
4.43
4.35
4.37
4.67
4.64

87.46
66.96
84.46
73.43
57.65
57.08
71.69
58.49
49.49
60.41
64.23
51.37

4.91
4.95
4.56
2.97
2.54
2.36
2.33
2.27
1.98
1.87
2.02
2.35

8.25
7.45
6.75
5.85
5.28
5.18
4.77
4.51
4.52
4.59
4.74
4.82

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

5.72
5.91
6.00
9.33
6.37
6.90
7.07
6.86
6.56
6.52
6.39
6.99

5.67
6.10
6.45
6.75
7.05
7.28
7.98
8.06
7.74
7.49
8.71
7.31

4.55
5.15
5.15
5.50
5.67
5.51
5.87
5.75
5.62
6.05
5.76
5.72

4.66
5.26
5.31
5.58
5.89
5.88
6.14
6.06
6.07
6.21
5.88
5.90

4.64
5.24
5.29
5.57
5.86
5.82
6.09
6.02
6.05
6.19
5.86
5.87

58.96
73.20
67.48
69.39
78.21
77.56
68.04
59.23
39.78
50.59
74.87
71.68

2.59
3.20
2.98
2.63
2.65
3.03
2.84
2.99
3.39
3.18
3.21
3.40

5.11
5.38
5.37
5.42
5.77
5.96
6.20
6.23
6.19
6.30
6.35
6.49

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

7.42
7.27
7.39
7.29
7.71
7.84
8.40
8.36
8.38
8.95
9.06
9.14

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

7.32
7.07
6.82
7.82
7.58
7.49
16.04
9.42
9.57
9.39
9.78
9.63

3.65
7.99
7.80
8.06
8.02
8.23
8.56
8.87
8.79
8.80
9.23
9.77

5.64
6.12
5.97
5.79
6.49
6.08
6.33
6.87
7.09
6.80
7.62
7.48

5.86
6.21
6.09
5.90
6.89
6.80
6.79
7.47
7.54
..
8.58
8.39

5.82
6.19
6.07
5.89
6.85
6.72
6.76
7.38
7.47
..
8.41
8.23

75.91
68.09
70.61
95.49
86.93
88.20
88.73
90.06
91.86
87.67
92.99
89.73

3.92
3.65
4.17
4.55
5.08
4.71
4.71
4.77
4.50
4.40
4.74
5.09

6.62
6.72
6.87
6.93
7.20
7.36
7.56
7.62
7.56
7.80
8.49
8.49

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics, converted by IEA into
US$/MBtu. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.U. member states' natural gas import prices. From January 2005
onwards, the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. These are then
converted to national currency/Mbtu. Prior to January 2005, import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities
reported in kilograms, which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time
series. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.
1. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. For the European Union, calculated average prices may not be
comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. For more information, please consult Sources and Notes.
Source: Eurostat Intra- and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.16 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 10: LNG import prices into Europe


US Dollars/MBtu

Spain

Italy

Portugal

Average1

Nigeria

Norway

Algeria

Egypt

Libya

Nigeria

Oman

x
x
x
x
x
7.86
8.87
11.73

3.71
4.17
4.86
4.93
6.15
7.34
7.12
8.81

x
x
x
7.24
13.33
7.27
7.26
8.83

4.02
5.29
6.91
6.98
9.44
7.18
7.88
9.89

x
4.74
6.41
7.13
9.48
6.94
6.40
8.09

3.89
4.94
6.66
6.64
9.31
7.14
7.39
8.06

3.76
4.74
6.15
6.24
8.85
6.69
7.28
9.14

3.15
4.54
5.88
5.78
9.78
6.06
8.84
9.06

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.43
5.41
5.36
5.64
5.41
6.06
7.02
6.43
6.66
6.60
6.25
7.94

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
13.21
13.39

8.24
8.83
9.26
8.62
8.47
8.68
10.41
x
8.55
10.59
11.68
12.35

10.00
8.11
8.50
8.77
7.87
10.27
9.42
9.73
9.25
11.40
9.84
11.45

7.80
8.00
8.67
8.95
9.08
8.99
9.82
x
10.08
9.90
10.58
11.67

8.01
7.96
8.26
8.71
8.50
8.22
8.86
9.44
9.50
8.77
9.34
10.89

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
9.18
10.39

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

11.41
9.31
13.18
8.33
7.55
5.71
7.84
8.07
6.63
7.38
7.46
7.28

5.05
5.17
10.89
9.08
3.63
5.47
6.96
8.72
7.89
7.05
7.50
8.37

10.71
10.04
7.85
6.72
5.69
5.24
5.37
6.93
6.79
6.82
5.49
x

10.68
9.06
9.41
7.42
6.09
6.05
6.11
6.07
6.37
6.48
7.13
7.07

10.67
7.20
6.71
5.40
7.14
6.21
5.94
6.43
6.07
5.93
5.88
6.31

9.04
8.91
8.49
6.23
6.43
6.13
5.87
6.00
6.32
6.78
6.88
6.69

7.93
8.33
7.39
7.08
5.86
6.59
5.90
5.75
6.27
6.46
6.77
6.35

x
6.32
7.59
5.56
5.48
5.46
5.33
5.77
6.18
6.77
x
x

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

8.43
9.46
6.70
9.77
8.72
9.02
9.77
8.64
9.13
9.32
9.84
9.45

6.60
4.12
7.28
7.49
6.96
8.96
6.19
7.59
6.94
8.15
6.95
6.74

x
8.12
6.66
6.10
8.02
6.01
7.67
7.15
7.90
x
6.07
6.62

7.23
7.70
7.78
8.18
7.86
7.63
8.66
7.90
8.55
8.47
7.64
7.93

6.03
7.16
6.25
6.01
5.37
6.13
5.89
6.41
6.48
6.44
x
8.17

7.36
7.05
7.02
7.41
x
x
x
7.25
8.20
8.00
x
7.45

7.14
7.30
8.09
7.44
7.14
7.03
7.00
6.81
7.16
7.89
7.29
7.36

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
8.84

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

9.66
9.30
10.17
11.04
10.78
12.45
12.60
13.40
12.79
13.91
12.98
12.22

8.98
7.58
8.74
9.13
9.52
9.14
9.11
7.26
8.02
7.26
8.57
10.67

x
8.11
6.92
9.19
9.13
x
x
x
8.29
10.17
x
10.13

8.58
8.80
9.07
9.81
9.71
10.01
9.93
11.12
x
11.23
10.54
11.47

7.56
7.26
7.70
7.62
7.65
8.49
8.50
8.44
8.83
9.74
8.97
9.00

7.95
8.09
8.36
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

7.94
7.67
8.63
8.58
8.74
9.39
9.62
9.97
9.40
10.12
10.07
10.38

9.19
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
8.95
9.03

Origin
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics, converted by IEA into
US$/MBtu. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.U. member states' natural gas import prices. From January 2005
onwards, the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. These are then
converted to national currency/Mbtu. Prior to January 2005, import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities
reported in kilograms, which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time
series. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.
1. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. For the European Union, calculated average prices may not be
comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. For more information, please consult Sources and Notes.
Source: Eurostat Intra- and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.17

Table 10: LNG import prices into Europe (continued)


US Dollars/MBtu

Spain

European Union
Member States

United Kingdom

Qatar

Trinidad

Average1

Algeria

Egypt

Qatar

Trinidad

Average1

Average

3.96
4.92
6.86
6.82
9.47
6.53
7.22
9.36

x
5.29
5.94
6.03
8.52
6.03
6.42
7.91

3.87
4.88
6.38
6.58
9.22
6.70
7.14
9.08

x
10.99
7.60
6.69
9.82
4.83
5.11
8.63

x
x
9.84
7.86
4.16
4.26
4.42
9.23

x
x
6.51
5.28
11.68
3.99
5.50
8.63

x
12.47
7.96
6.79
9.02
5.27
5.43
8.10

x
11.18
8.14
6.37
9.21
4.43
5.55
8.57

3.89
5.03
6.47
6.45
9.18
6.24
2.25
9.45

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

7.91
8.03
8.76
8.95
8.91
8.91
9.67
9.79
9.92
9.80
11.43
12.44

7.67
7.78
8.15
7.98
7.81
8.59
7.56
6.23
11.32
6.93
9.37
10.41

8.21
8.13
8.53
8.69
8.59
9.05
9.33
9.25
9.73
9.26
10.20
11.58

10.22
10.21
x
x
11.55
x
x
x
x
x
x
7.28

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
4.16

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
11.68

6.85
x
x
x
x
x
x
17.07
x
7.43
x
9.00

8.52
10.21
x
x
11.55
x
x
17.07
x
7.43
x
8.53

8.21
8.13
8.47
8.87
8.80
9.07
9.30
9.38
9.83
8.97
10.09
11.12

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

8.55
7.48
7.26
6.29
6.43
5.48
5.53
5.90
5.97
6.60
6.70
6.66

8.36
7.39
7.54
5.55
4.92
4.66
4.54
5.25
5.45
6.27
5.48
5.73

9.59
8.01
7.68
6.25
6.12
5.76
5.63
5.91
6.06
6.47
6.33
6.40

7.92
7.95
7.35
4.50
4.34
4.28
4.04
3.55
3.27
3.61
4.37
4.76

x
x
4.19
4.15
4.10
4.35
x
x
4.38
x
x
x

x
8.22
x
8.88
4.48
4.51
2.17
3.60
3.28
2.96
4.54
4.33

8.09
9.01
6.19
4.75
3.94
4.58
4.30
3.69
4.18
4.50
4.93
4.97

8.03
8.35
6.20
5.99
4.23
4.42
2.83
3.70
3.44
3.27
4.58
4.49

9.48
8.22
8.18
6.41
5.79
5.54
5.09
5.38
5.16
5.66
5.89
5.92

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

7.10
6.89
7.32
7.27
6.74
7.47
7.12
7.23
7.59
7.82
6.89
6.32

5.61
6.21
6.53
5.82
2.34
6.01
6.20
5.87
8.19
7.75
7.19
7.03

6.73
7.15
7.12
7.01
6.34
6.96
7.20
7.02
7.51
7.75
7.19
7.50

4.70
5.25
4.49
4.57
5.66
5.44
x
6.16
6.53
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
4.65
x
4.30
x
x

5.16
4.82
4.33
4.37
3.51
3.95
5.92
6.41
5.68
6.32
6.88
6.66

4.43
5.42
x
4.82
4.76
5.45
6.05
x
5.28
x
7.41
x

5.10
5.06
4.46
4.59
4.34
4.61
6.01
6.34
5.70
6.22
7.07
6.76

6.30
0.51
6.24
0.46
5.87
6.63
7.23
6.96
6.99
7.41
7.52
7.71

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

7.92
7.91
8.17
9.23
9.00
9.09
10.21
10.12
x
10.34
10.62
10.00

6.77
8.22
7.53
7.61
7.15
x
9.50
10.17
x
7.16
9.63
7.60

7.97
8.12
8.14
8.81
8.56
9.30
9.81
9.99
9.24
10.14
10.41
10.01

7.47
8.68
x
9.48
x
8.94
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
9.23
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

8.43
8.35
8.22
9.24
9.04
8.91
8.38
8.46
7.56
9.01
9.26
9.07

8.88
x
7.07
x
9.68
7.50
x
x
x
x
x
x

8.34
8.38
7.99
9.09
9.04
8.86
8.38
8.45
7.56
9.01
9.25
8.90

8.40
8.39
8.41
9.24
9.16
9.49
9.82
10.14
9.53
10.30
10.48
10.65

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

Origin

Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics, converted by IEA into
US$/MBtu. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.U. member states' natural gas import prices. From January 2005
onwards, the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. These are then
converted to national currency/Mbtu. Prior to January 2005, import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities
reported in kilograms, which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time
series. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.
1. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. For the European Union, calculated average prices may not be
comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. For more information, please consult Sources and Notes.
Source: Eurostat Intra- and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.18 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 11: LNG import prices into Europe


National currency/MBtu

Italy
()
Origin

Portugal
()
1

Spain
()

Average

Nigeria

Norway

Algeria

Egypt

Libya

Nigeria

Oman

x
x
x
x
x
5.56
6.68
8.43

2.98
3.37
3.87
3.57
4.22
5.24
5.41
6.32

x
x
x
4.97
10.11
5.39
5.57
6.36

3.23
4.26
5.49
5.07
6.44
5.17
5.94
7.16

x
3.87
5.17
5.21
6.46
5.05
4.82
5.80

3.10
4.02
5.34
4.86
6.37
5.17
5.48
5.95

3.03
3.83
4.89
4.56
6.09
4.83
5.51
6.56

2.52
3.65
4.75
4.21
7.48
4.38
6.69
6.78

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

3.69
3.67
3.45
3.58
3.48
3.90
4.46
4.30
4.64
4.97
4.92
5.92

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
10.38
9.97

5.60
5.99
5.97
5.48
5.44
5.58
6.61
x
5.96
7.98
9.18
9.20

6.80
5.51
5.47
5.57
5.06
6.60
5.98
6.51
6.45
8.59
7.73
8.53

5.30
5.43
5.58
5.69
5.83
5.78
6.23
x
7.02
7.45
8.32
8.69

5.44
5.40
5.32
5.53
5.46
5.29
5.63
6.32
6.62
6.61
7.34
8.11

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
7.21
7.74

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

8.65
7.27
10.10
6.31
5.52
4.08
5.57
5.65
4.55
4.98
5.00
5.00

3.83
4.04
8.35
6.87
2.66
3.90
4.94
6.12
5.42
4.76
5.03
5.75

8.12
7.84
6.02
5.09
4.17
3.74
3.81
4.86
4.66
4.60
3.68
x

8.10
7.07
7.22
5.62
4.46
4.32
4.34
4.26
4.37
4.37
4.78
4.85

8.09
5.62
5.15
4.09
5.23
4.43
4.22
4.51
4.17
4.00
3.94
4.33

6.85
6.95
6.51
4.72
4.70
4.37
4.17
4.21
4.34
4.58
4.61
4.59

6.01
6.50
5.67
5.36
4.29
4.71
4.18
4.03
4.31
4.36
4.54
4.36

x
4.93
5.82
4.21
4.01
3.90
3.78
4.04
4.24
4.57
x
x

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

5.90
6.91
4.94
7.29
6.93
7.39
7.64
6.70
6.97
6.71
7.22
7.15

4.62
3.01
5.36
5.59
5.54
7.34
4.84
5.88
5.30
5.87
5.10
5.10

x
5.94
4.91
4.56
6.38
4.92
6.00
5.55
6.04
x
4.45
5.01

5.06
5.63
5.74
6.10
6.25
6.25
6.77
6.13
6.53
6.10
5.61
6.00

4.22
5.23
4.60
4.48
4.27
5.02
4.60
4.97
4.95
4.64
x
6.18

5.15
5.15
5.17
5.53
x
x
x
5.62
6.26
5.76
x
5.64

5.00
5.33
5.96
5.55
5.68
5.76
5.47
5.28
5.47
5.68
5.35
5.57

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
6.69

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

7.23
6.81
7.26
7.64
7.53
8.65
8.75
9.35
9.30
10.14
9.57
9.30

6.72
5.55
6.24
6.32
6.65
6.35
6.33
5.06
5.83
5.29
6.32
8.12

x
5.94
4.94
6.36
6.38
x
x
x
6.02
7.41
x
7.70

6.42
6.45
6.47
6.79
6.78
6.95
6.90
7.76
x
8.18
7.77
8.72

5.66
5.32
5.49
5.27
5.34
5.89
5.90
5.89
6.42
7.10
6.61
6.84

5.95
5.92
5.97
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.94
5.61
6.16
5.94
6.11
6.52
6.68
6.96
6.84
7.37
7.42
7.89

6.88
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
6.60
6.87

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics, converted by IEA into
US$/MBtu. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.U. member states' natural gas import prices. From January 2005
onwards, the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. These are then
converted to national currency/Mbtu. Prior to January 2005, import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities
reported in kilograms, which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time
series. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.
1. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. For the European Union, calculated average prices may not be
comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. For more information, please consult Sources and Notes.
Source: Eurostat Intra- and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.19

Table 11: LNG import prices into Europe (continued)


National currency/MBtu

Spain
()
Qatar

Trinidad

United Kingdom
()
1

Average

Algeria

Egypt

Qatar

European Union
Member States

Trinidad

Average

()
1

Origin

Average

3.18
3.98
5.45
4.99
6.52
4.69
5.45
6.73

x
4.29
4.74
4.39
5.89
4.37
4.81
5.67

3.11
3.94
5.09
4.80
6.35
4.85
5.39
6.53

x
6.29
4.17
3.32
5.29
3.12
3.36
5.35

x
x
5.30
4.01
2.80
2.74
2.80
5.63

x
x
3.40
2.70
7.86
2.49
3.53
5.37

x
7.15
4.36
3.36
5.44
3.43
3.55
5.05

x
6.40
4.44
3.18
5.47
2.82
3.58
5.34

3.12
4.06
5.15
4.69
6.32
4.49
1.69
6.79

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

5.38
5.45
5.64
5.68
5.73
5.73
6.13
6.55
6.91
7.38
8.98
9.26

5.21
5.28
5.25
5.07
5.02
5.52
4.80
4.17
7.89
5.22
7.36
7.75

5.58
5.52
5.50
5.52
5.52
5.82
5.92
6.19
6.78
6.98
8.02
8.62

5.19
5.20
x
x
5.87
x
x
x
x
x
x
4.90

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
2.80

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
7.86

3.48
x
x
x
x
x
x
9.06
x
4.40
x
6.06

4.33
5.20
x
x
5.87
x
x
9.06
x
4.40
x
5.74

5.58
5.52
5.46
5.63
5.65
5.83
5.90
6.28
6.85
6.76
7.93
8.28

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

6.48
5.84
5.56
4.77
4.71
3.91
3.92
4.14
4.10
4.46
4.49
4.57

6.34
5.77
5.78
4.21
3.60
3.32
3.22
3.68
3.74
4.23
3.67
3.93

7.27
6.25
5.89
4.73
4.48
4.11
4.00
4.15
4.16
4.37
4.24
4.39

5.48
5.52
5.19
3.06
2.81
2.61
2.46
2.15
2.00
2.23
2.64
2.93

x
x
2.96
2.82
2.66
2.66
x
x
2.69
x
x
x

x
5.70
x
6.03
2.90
2.76
1.33
2.18
2.01
1.83
2.74
2.67

5.60
6.25
4.37
3.23
2.55
2.80
2.62
2.23
2.56
2.78
2.97
3.07

5.56
5.80
4.37
4.07
2.74
2.70
1.73
2.24
2.11
2.02
2.76
2.77

7.19
6.42
6.27
4.85
4.24
3.96
3.61
3.77
3.54
3.82
3.95
4.06

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

4.97
5.04
5.39
5.43
5.36
6.12
5.57
5.61
5.80
5.63
5.05
4.78

3.93
4.54
4.81
4.34
1.86
4.93
4.85
4.55
6.26
5.58
5.27
5.32

4.71
5.22
5.24
5.23
5.05
5.70
5.63
5.44
5.74
5.58
5.27
5.67

2.90
3.36
2.98
2.98
3.85
3.69
x
3.94
4.19
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
2.98
x
2.71
x
x

3.19
3.08
2.88
2.85
2.39
2.67
3.87
4.10
3.65
3.99
4.31
4.27

2.74
3.47
x
3.15
3.24
3.69
3.96
x
3.39
x
4.64
x

3.15
3.24
2.96
3.00
2.95
3.13
3.93
4.06
3.66
3.92
4.44
4.34

4.41
0.37
4.60
0.35
4.67
5.43
5.65
5.40
5.34
5.34
5.51
5.83

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

5.93
5.80
5.83
6.39
6.29
6.31
7.09
7.06
x
7.54
7.83
7.60

5.06
6.02
5.38
5.26
4.99
x
6.59
7.09
x
5.22
7.10
5.78

5.97
5.94
5.81
6.10
5.98
6.45
6.81
6.97
6.72
7.39
7.67
7.62

4.73
5.38
x
5.79
x
5.51
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
5.63
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.34
5.18
5.09
5.64
5.53
5.50
5.23
5.17
4.79
5.72
5.86
5.82

5.63
x
4.38
x
5.93
4.63
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.28
5.20
4.95
5.55
5.53
5.46
5.23
5.17
4.79
5.72
5.85
5.71

6.29
6.14
6.00
6.39
6.40
6.59
6.82
7.08
6.93
7.51
7.73
8.10

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics, converted by IEA into
US$/MBtu. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.U. member states' natural gas import prices. From January 2005
onwards, the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. These are then
converted to national currency/Mbtu. Prior to January 2005, import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities
reported in kilograms, which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time
series. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.
1. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. For the European Union, calculated average prices may not be
comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. For more information, please consult Sources and Notes.
Source: Eurostat Intra- and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.20 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 12: LNG import prices into Japan and Korea


US Dollars/MBtu

Japan
LNG
Origin

Australia

Algeria

Brunei

Egypt

Indonesia

Malaysia

Nigeria

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

4.93
5.61
6.50
6.96
11.69
8.98
11.82
15.00

x
x
10.11
10.49
17.73
x
7.41
x

4.75
5.53
5.90
6.38
13.16
10.47
12.21
15.49

x
x
11.69
11.12
16.36
17.77
13.52
15.98

5.95
7.05
8.16
8.53
11.65
7.59
9.49
15.17

4.94
5.72
6.56
7.83
12.97
9.65
11.94
15.68

6.23
x
10.60
11.09
17.27
11.73
8.79
13.58

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

9.52
9.24
10.26
10.23
10.66
10.48
10.74
10.93
13.33
14.62
15.39
13.92

15.19
18.56
16.80
x
14.34
13.79
x
19.06
20.62
23.24
x
19.27

9.56
10.33
11.94
11.85
12.08
11.59
12.85
13.48
16.22
16.79
16.98
15.24

13.71
14.73
15.71
14.29
14.13
x
16.52
18.35
18.50
22.04
21.29
x

10.90
10.88
11.17
11.42
12.42
13.27
14.28
13.86
12.99
12.43
9.33
7.46

9.60
9.96
10.97
11.27
11.48
11.87
12.17
12.53
14.89
16.97
17.84
16.63

13.94
16.35
17.52
14.42
14.48
14.09
16.66
17.03
19.41
19.31
19.19
22.58

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

13.63
10.45
8.69
7.40
7.02
6.87
7.71
7.60
8.51
10.57
9.44
9.60

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

14.71
14.79
13.41
12.90
11.31
9.82
8.42
7.55
7.47
7.52
7.98
8.17

x
18.73
17.31
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

6.12
5.91
6.32
6.56
6.88
7.08
8.17
8.60
8.67
8.88
9.01
9.30

14.99
11.60
10.18
7.42
7.30
7.02
7.18
7.84
8.49
9.72
10.74
10.77

16.48
8.41
11.13
x
8.65
x
x
x
x
x
x
8.96

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

10.90
10.99
11.83
11.72
11.54
12.10
12.06
12.70
12.07
12.12
11.84
11.84

x
7.41
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

11.20
11.24
11.42
12.22
12.64
12.52
12.65
12.79
12.88
12.88
12.08
12.13

x
x
x
x
13.58
x
13.49
13.70
13.34
x
12.96
14.01

9.49
9.14
9.30
9.19
10.16
9.44
9.22
8.98
9.11
9.65
10.15
10.08

10.98
11.25
11.64
11.98
12.29
12.06
12.67
12.78
12.36
12.05
11.63
11.78

11.56
x
x
x
x
x
x
8.18
8.14
8.77
8.75
9.25

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

12.15
12.68
12.92
13.26
13.68
14.49
16.16
17.43
16.28
16.71
17.28
16.51

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

12.14
12.44
13.04
13.61
14.41
15.63
16.03
17.55
17.93
17.92
17.76
17.57

13.10
14.64
x
14.66
14.95
x
16.44
16.63
x
16.93
17.91
x

10.95
12.06
12.34
14.61
15.97
16.52
17.16
17.97
18.11
17.84
18.14
x

11.61
12.59
12.71
14.56
14.85
14.84
17.36
18.81
18.58
18.24
18.55
17.84

x
9.01
11.84
x
11.98
12.71
13.36
12.90
13.27
14.49
15.70
15.79

Source: Japanese Trade Statistics and Korean Energy Review Monthly.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.21

Table 12: LNG import prices into Japan and Korea (continued)
US Dollars/MBtu

Japan

Korea

LNG

LNG

Oman

Qatar

Trinidad

U.A.E.

USA

Average

Average

Origin

5.69
7.12
8.88
8.09
12.31
6.99
7.12
9.71

5.08
5.92
7.68
8.20
13.58
11.11
12.52
15.92

x
x
11.50
10.83
16.40
10.14
10.12
10.49

4.88
5.57
6.81
7.21
11.48
9.08
11.71
13.78

4.99
5.79
6.69
6.07
7.79
8.57
12.36
13.21

5.23
6.04
7.18
7.80
12.64
9.23
11.02
14.73

5.74
7.12
9.22
10.08
14.15
10.50
10.17
12.67

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

11.46
8.88
12.08
9.85
11.14
10.76
10.12
15.94
14.58
16.04
14.22
14.22

9.96
10.36
11.08
12.02
12.48
12.51
13.19
14.12
15.97
16.41
16.55
17.14

x
13.43
18.68
x
14.00
15.89
x
x
14.41
12.38
23.87
x

9.04
9.22
9.78
10.17
10.42
9.79
10.95
10.79
13.84
14.62
14.82
15.46

6.60
6.78
7.52
7.04
7.26
7.28
7.53
7.82
8.47
9.11
9.14
9.12

10.18
10.55
11.52
11.26
11.70
11.95
12.48
13.20
14.76
15.25
15.26
13.86

11.08
12.43
11.36
15.75
13.84
19.23
15.06
15.07
16.08
15.77
17.08
13.27

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

12.26
8.16
8.16
7.65
5.00
5.87
4.98
5.42
4.97
7.69
6.21
7.56

15.81
14.11
12.31
10.94
8.68
8.03
8.52
9.05
10.64
11.14
11.68
11.52

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
13.04
7.46

13.75
10.24
8.57
7.20
7.06
6.82
7.29
7.62
9.23
9.87
10.56
10.79

8.11
6.68
5.64
7.10
7.56
7.19
7.86
8.48
9.22
11.23
11.16
11.26

12.83
10.53
9.53
8.28
7.53
7.30
7.72
7.96
8.63
9.56
9.66
10.00

15.19
12.96
11.85
8.85
7.78
7.52
7.33
8.17
8.54
8.95
9.28
9.73

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

6.74
6.79
7.81
6.88
8.45
6.65
10.33
7.48
6.06
5.00
7.29
6.16

12.12
12.61
12.44
12.73
13.17
12.47
12.84
13.42
12.47
12.23
11.52
12.63

x
11.81
x
x
x
x
x
x
8.37
x
x
x

10.82
10.72
11.89
11.66
12.13
11.02
12.28
12.26
12.11
12.47
11.50
12.28

11.24
11.83
12.19
12.24
12.74
12.22
12.70
13.56
12.65
12.34
11.60
12.15

10.42
10.45
10.81
10.83
11.53
10.67
11.53
11.45
11.21
11.29
11.03
11.13

9.69
9.10
9.92
11.05
11.27
10.31
10.66
11.01
10.57
10.07
9.96
9.87

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

7.48
7.94
8.90
8.41
8.45
9.57
9.81
8.81
9.98
9.73
14.09
12.75

13.22
13.44
14.37
12.54
15.05
15.63
17.29
17.60
17.20
17.67
17.12
16.69

x
x
11.12
8.70
x
x
8.98
9.22
8.55
x
16.93
x

12.07
12.50
13.72
14.49
14.45
15.24
16.71
x
17.46
16.69
16.89
16.67

12.21
13.00
13.50
x
9.89
x
11.70
11.98
x
15.20
x
17.53

11.60
12.16
12.67
13.17
13.83
14.79
16.07
15.45
16.54
16.63
16.96
16.61

10.29
10.27
11.03
12.30
12.30
13.60
13.54
14.14
14.00
13.96
13.72
14.60

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

Source: Japanese Trade Statistics and Korean Energy Review Monthly.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.22 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 13: LNG and natural gas import prices into USA
US Dollars/MBtu

United States
LNG
Origin

Australia

Algeria

Egypt

Malaysia

Nigeria

Oman

Qatar

6.34
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.73
8.69
8.32
7.05
x
x
x
x

x
10.67
6.67
6.69
8.84
3.86
4.72
5.74

4.83
8.82
x
x
x
x
x
x

6.08
9.91
6.65
6.91
9.37
3.49
4.30
9.13

5.48
5.61
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.57
5.85
x
7.11
15.54
4.29
6.20
5.71

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

7.31
x
x
9.49
11.23
11.88
13.09
9.13
8.19
7.35
6.24
6.75

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
8.27
x
10.88
x
9.74
8.51
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
15.54
x
x
x
x
x
x

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

6.23
4.29
3.38
3.82
3.47
3.45
3.78
3.93
3.12
4.07
4.05
4.45

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
3.49
x
x
3.60
x
3.39
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
4.29
4.56

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.62
5.95
4.70
3.65
4.01
3.97
4.55
x
3.46
3.65
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
4.71
3.81
4.23
3.78
5.17
x
6.75
3.49
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.93
5.74
6.49
4.28
x
x
x
x
x
6.89
7.58
8.09

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

8.90
4.13
3.60
4.06
4.21
8.40
x
x
x
11.99
x
3.16

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
9.13
x
x
x
x

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.65
x
6.38
6.61
4.75
4.69
5.03
7.88
4.43
7.86
4.06
3.93

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Note: US Import prices have been converted by IEA into US$/MBtu, using an average conversion factor of 1 020 Btu per Cubic Foot.
Source: DOE/EIA - Natural Gas Monthly.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.23

Table 13: LNG and natural gas import prices into USA (continued)
US Dollars/MBtu

United States
LNG

Pipeline

Trinidad

U.A.E.

Average

Canada

Mexico

Average

Origin

5.72
7.53
7.17
7.00
10.03
5.02
4.55
5.13

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

..
8.10
..
6.95
9.84
4.52
4.79
5.47

5.70
7.94
6.70
6.70
8.41
4.06
4.38
4.01

..
8.30
..
6.42
7.47
3.83
4.54
3.42

..
7.94
..
6.70
8.40
4.06
4.38
4.01

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

8.36
9.29
9.19
9.84
10.99
11.83
12.66
10.39
9.25
9.18
9.08
9.78

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

8.25
..
9.22
9.66
11.10
12.10
12.75
10.06
8.89
8.97
7.93
8.68

7.46
8.11
8.83
9.39
10.53
11.39
11.43
8.31
7.24
6.53
6.30
6.44

7.06
..
8.56
9.15
10.33
12.02
11.10
8.15
6.65
6.24
5.66
5.15

7.46
..
8.83
9.39
10.53
11.40
11.43
8.31
7.22
6.52
6.29
6.41

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

7.97
8.28
8.48
4.75
4.00
3.98
4.42
3.79
3.43
3.65
4.20
4.61

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

7.48
6.69
6.22
4.11
3.81
3.82
4.13
3.86
3.29
3.87
4.17
4.77

5.97
4.96
4.05
3.50
3.32
3.35
3.32
3.16
2.79
3.83
4.38
5.22

4.64
3.96
3.77
3.25
3.10
3.58
3.13
2.96
2.85
4.04
3.69
5.49

5.95
4.96
4.05
3.49
3.32
3.35
3.32
3.15
2.79
3.84
4.38
5.22

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

5.44
5.52
4.70
4.50
4.19
4.38
4.61
4.77
4.04
4.03
3.70
4.17

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.61
5.69
4.81
4.16
4.15
4.06
4.70
4.77
4.20
4.38
5.21
5.03

5.86
5.49
4.77
4.02
4.02
4.16
4.26
3.99
3.60
3.64
3.77
4.43

5.49
5.09
4.81
4.87
4.71
4.72
5.09
5.09
3.50
3.53
2.34
3.83

5.86
5.49
4.78
4.04
4.03
4.16
4.27
4.00
3.60
3.64
3.77
4.43

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

4.71
4.98
4.45
4.71
4.06
7.25
4.54
5.95
4.49
6.75
4.13
5.86

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

5.40
4.67
5.19
4.90
4.54
6.99
4.67
7.04
4.47
7.50
4.11
5.96

4.49
4.34
4.02
4.13
4.19
4.28
4.23
4.02
3.78
3.59
3.48
3.42

3.51
3.55
3.36
3.43
3.63
3.31
3.70
3.69
3.31
3.44
3.13
3.06

4.49
4.34
4.02
4.13
4.19
4.28
4.23
4.02
3.78
3.59
3.48
3.42

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

Note: US Import prices have been converted by IEA into US$/MBtu, using an average conversion factor of 1 020 Btu per Cubic Foot.
Source: DOE/EIA - Natural Gas Monthly.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.24 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 14: LNG import prices into Japan and Korea


National currency/MBtu

Japan
(Yen)
LNG
Origin

Australia

Algeria

Brunei

Egypt

Indonesia

Malaysia

Nigeria

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

532.12
618.34
755.75
819.44
1196.29
835.76
1034.41
1193.40

x
x
1185.61
1200.64
1847.86
x
667.84
x

513.33
609.31
686.33
748.17
1354.94
980.57
1070.19
1231.93

x
x
1359.82
1281.82
1700.76
1707.45
1171.86
1266.78

643.11
776.45
948.99
1002.48
1211.59
708.37
832.10
1213.14

534.11
630.63
764.44
920.25
1328.52
897.83
1046.49
1248.74

680.17
x
1250.01
1269.20
1786.83
1091.55
742.73
1067.53

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

1027.26
990.08
1033.75
1049.68
1112.27
1120.29
1147.98
1194.72
1421.89
1462.83
1490.22
1270.93

1639.05
1988.13
1691.60
x
1496.51
1474.63
x
2084.29
2199.27
2325.26
x
1759.58

1031.30
1106.87
1202.65
1216.37
1260.25
1239.42
1372.51
1474.22
1729.93
1680.18
1644.86
1391.79

1478.69
1578.20
1582.21
1466.48
1474.75
x
1764.60
2006.46
1972.93
2205.98
2061.71
x

1175.62
1165.30
1125.40
1171.48
1296.01
1418.89
1526.07
1515.16
1384.86
1243.66
903.90
681.60

1035.70
1066.30
1104.87
1156.20
1197.67
1269.11
1300.13
1370.44
1587.55
1698.44
1727.62
1518.17

1503.85
1750.99
1764.46
1480.07
1510.89
1506.44
1780.13
1861.44
2070.40
1932.49
1858.44
2061.85

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

1230.51
970.14
850.33
731.37
677.95
664.30
727.54
721.02
777.48
954.28
841.19
863.63

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

1327.60
1372.48
1311.14
1276.09
1092.21
948.98
794.00
716.83
682.35
679.00
711.13
734.28

x
1738.46
1692.52
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

552.47
548.73
618.32
648.91
664.23
683.70
770.33
815.90
791.61
801.82
803.46
836.56

1353.01
1076.89
995.92
733.93
704.47
678.63
676.75
744.41
775.23
877.73
957.13
968.80

1487.56
780.18
1088.12
x
834.81
x
x
x
x
x
x
806.00

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

993.62
990.47
1073.09
1095.73
1061.12
1098.81
1055.63
1084.01
1018.03
991.44
977.37
986.04

x
667.84
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

1020.59
1013.18
1036.13
1142.85
1162.85
1136.96
1107.22
1091.82
1086.32
1053.64
997.06
1009.98

x
x
x
x
1249.39
x
1180.27
1169.96
1125.89
x
1069.63
1166.39

864.90
823.34
843.91
859.08
934.37
857.62
806.88
766.44
768.41
789.03
837.88
839.76

1000.83
1013.64
1056.24
1119.96
1130.76
1095.11
1108.20
1090.84
1042.82
985.32
960.46
981.14

1052.90
x
x
x
x
x
x
698.15
687.05
717.61
721.99
770.28

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

1003.12
1046.65
1055.23
1102.96
1108.82
1165.19
1308.83
1341.40
1250.65
1280.92
1339.22
1284.67

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

1002.86
1026.77
1064.58
1131.90
1168.62
1256.43
1298.33
1350.71
1377.19
1373.66
1376.56
1367.16

1082.02
1208.66
x
1218.96
1212.11
x
1331.48
1279.36
x
1297.83
1387.83
x

904.38
995.08
1007.53
1214.94
1294.64
1327.84
1389.28
1382.67
1391.43
1367.26
1406.18
1423.64

959.13
1039.38
1038.18
1210.74
1203.88
1193.36
1405.37
1447.31
1427.28
1398.22
1437.62
1388.26

x
743.99
967.19
x
971.06
1021.67
1081.74
992.70
1019.50
1110.95
1216.88
1228.72

Source: Japanese Trade Statistics and Korean Energy Review Monthly.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.25

Table 14: LNG import prices into Japan and Korea (continued)
National currency/MBtu

Korea
(Won)

Japan
(Yen)
LNG

LNG

Oman

Qatar

Trinidad

U.A.E.

USA

Average

Average

Origin

618.99
786.06
1037.13
950.69
1272.90
653.84
630.14
769.12

547.50
653.39
892.75
965.11
1397.29
1033.48
1099.38
1260.12

x
x
1348.66
1253.43
1687.39
906.65
888.83
832.46

526.85
615.62
792.54
849.65
1181.22
846.12
1029.48
1098.21

538.56
640.72
777.64
715.46
805.46
793.60
1082.50
1056.11

564.68
666.03
835.23
915.34
1302.45
859.95
965.83
1171.58

6545.69
7298.10
8765.77
9379.48
15754.10
13669.94
11707.22
14119.14

2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

1236.43
950.61
1216.33
1010.97
1162.88
1150.64
1081.32
1742.90
1554.84
1605.10
1377.32
1298.12

1074.38
1109.33
1115.75
1233.55
1302.03
1337.17
1408.75
1543.71
1703.29
1642.41
1602.82
1564.99

x
1438.33
1881.09
x
1460.56
1699.42
x
x
1537.09
1238.79
2312.27
x

975.33
987.29
984.62
1043.56
1087.23
1046.50
1169.94
1179.46
1475.83
1462.78
1435.53
1411.98

711.92
725.98
757.24
722.26
757.56
778.14
804.76
854.89
903.40
911.50
885.76
832.33

1097.83
1129.61
1160.60
1155.37
1220.89
1277.42
1333.32
1443.58
1573.67
1526.35
1477.83
1265.94

10440.70
11746.44
11158.86
15550.52
14319.86
19812.52
15332.12
15772.36
18259.52
20736.11
23926.41
18217.48

Jan-08
Feb-08
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
Sep-08
Oct-08
Nov-08
Dec-08

1106.86
757.44
797.80
756.12
482.34
567.37
470.04
514.01
454.32
694.27
553.77
679.43

1427.13
1309.68
1204.40
1082.32
838.33
775.56
803.07
859.18
972.30
1005.89
1040.81
1035.45

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
1162.09
670.95

1241.27
950.67
837.78
712.56
681.24
658.96
687.38
723.20
843.28
891.53
941.20
970.15

731.71
619.71
551.81
702.43
729.95
694.97
741.23
804.92
841.88
1013.74
994.80
1012.25

1158.06
977.30
932.47
819.05
727.27
704.93
727.87
755.75
788.67
863.19
860.93
898.96

20622.24
18651.50
17168.83
11779.49
9750.14
9477.17
9234.21
10118.16
10352.68
10493.74
10783.86
11316.99

Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
Aug-09
Sep-09
Oct-09
Nov-09
Dec-09

613.84
611.49
708.58
643.44
776.89
603.58
904.16
638.39
511.12
409.40
602.16
513.22

1104.05
1136.11
1128.51
1190.21
1211.19
1132.82
1123.19
1145.89
1051.69
1000.02
951.31
1051.73

x
1063.92
x
x
x
x
x
x
706.00
x
x
x

986.10
965.81
1078.76
1090.06
1115.76
1000.68
1074.30
1047.14
1021.59
1020.09
949.41
1022.91

1024.22
1066.41
1105.98
1144.16
1171.60
1110.13
1110.93
1157.81
1067.10
1009.02
957.28
1011.79

949.90
941.83
981.00
1012.42
1060.49
969.14
1008.47
977.33
945.72
923.79
910.50
926.46

11032.33
10506.68
11270.93
12328.33
13147.75
12518.84
12842.77
12990.15
12256.38
11298.07
11249.57
11304.07

Jan-10
Feb-10
Mar-10
Apr-10
May-10
Jun-10
Jul-10
Aug-10
Sep-10
Oct-10
Nov-10
Dec-10

617.53
655.37
726.63
699.07
685.39
769.68
794.21
678.03
766.38
746.16
1092.06
991.81

1092.02
1109.62
1173.17
1042.57
1220.42
1256.73
1400.05
1354.56
1321.11
1354.47
1326.89
1298.29

x
x
907.73
723.34
x
x
727.12
709.41
656.76
x
1311.69
x

996.92
1031.52
1120.58
1205.10
1171.83
1225.29
1353.19
x
1341.01
1279.64
1308.95
1296.78

1008.13
1072.85
1102.39
x
802.16
x
947.17
921.93
x
1164.76
x
1363.66

958.03
1003.50
1034.36
1095.19
1121.28
1189.24
1301.51
1189.26
1270.89
1274.71
1314.18
1292.54

11506.95
11481.61
12336.47
13317.26
13337.49
14688.49
14404.39
15190.95
15666.82
16071.20
15562.93
16771.32

Jan-11
Feb-11
Mar-11
Apr-11
May-11
Jun-11
Jul-11
Aug-11
Sep-11
Oct-11
Nov-11
Dec-11

Source: Japanese Trade Statistics and Korean Energy Review Monthly.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.26 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 15: Natural gas prices for industry1


Country

National Currency

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Rep.
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

Canadian Dollar
Chilean Pesos
Mexican Pesos
US Dollar
Australian Dollar
New Israeli Sheqel
Japanese Yen
South Korean Won
New Zealand Dollar
Euro
Euro
Czech Crown
Danish Crown
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Hungarian Forint
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Norwegian Crown
Polish Zloty
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Swedish Crown
Swiss Franc
New Turkish Lira
Pound Sterling

11
..
122
15
..
..
4 196
..
16
..
c
490
c
..
12
17
18
18
2 661
14
c
..
16
x
50
..
13
..
16
..
32
9
6

14
..
131
17
..
..
4 246
..
17
..
c
510
c
..
12
19
..
18
3 034
14
c
..
17
x
61
..
15
..
17
..
43
21
8

17
..
102
13
..
..
3 847
..
17
..
c
488
c
..
12
17
21
17
3 187
17
c
..
15
x
61
22
17
..
15
..
37
28
8

25
..
190
19
..
..
3 836
..
21
..
c
492
c
..
12
18
24
17
4 546
18
c
..
17
x
59
22
23
..
16
..
37
30
9

25
..
292
22
..
..
3 648
33 655
23
..
c
480
c
..
12
18
23
16
5 012
20
21
..
..
x
56
20
22
..
15
..
38
28
10

30
..
334
28
..
..
3 801
34 553
27
..
c
602
c
..
13
23
28
22
5 930
26
24
..
..
x
62
24
25
..
18
..
43
35
14

27
..
322
26
..
..
4 356
40 536
32
..
c
781
c
..
17
28
36
..
8 162
32
31
..
..
x
79
27
32
..
24
..
53
43
18

20
..
326
25
..
..
4 597
44 020
33
..
..
683
c
..
17
26
36
28
9 222
c
31
..
28
x
89
27
30
..
24
354
59
49
14

32
..
415
32
..
c
..
47 284
29
..
33
902
c
26
22
36
39
38
11 166
36
38
26
32
x
110
32
38
39
29
440
69
64
21

17
..
..
18
..
c
4 549
52 564
32
..
26
865
347
24
21
27
34
27
10 623
30
35
29
31
x
116
30
32
35
27
385
66
62
19

Country

National Currency

2010

2011 1Q2010 2Q2010 3Q2010 4Q2010 1Q2011 2Q2011 3Q2011 4Q2011

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Rep.
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

Canadian Dollar
Chilean Pesos
Mexican Pesos
US Dollar
Australian Dollar
New Israeli Sheqel
Japanese Yen
South Korean Won
New Zealand Dollar
Euro
Euro
Czech Crown
Danish Crown
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Hungarian Forint
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Norwegian Crown
Polish Zloty
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Swedish Crown
Swiss Franc
New Turkish Lira
Pound Sterling

14
..
..
18
..
c
4 789
60 630
27
..
23
870
..
28
23
31
35
34
7 635
28
31
29
27
x
118
36
35
39
25
410
59
52
18

15
..
..
17
..
c
..
66 701
30
..
26
897
..
..
32
37
39
40
8 752
32
..
36
28
x
126
36
36
42
27
451
64
56
22

18
..
..
21
..
c
..
60 630
31
..
21
790
378
28
21
29
33
33
7 312
26
31
..
26
x
112
27
32
39
24
407
58
53
18

14
..
..
16
..
c
..
60 630
29
..
21
861
..
28
22
30
33
36
8 193
27
31
..
26
x
117
27
35
39
26
407
58
52
16

1. Average price in national currency per MWh on a gross calorific value basis.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

12
..
..
17
..
c
..
60 630
30
..
25
925
..
27
24
33
37
33
7 567
30
31
..
27
x
120
33
37
39
26
414
58
52
18

13
..
..
16
..
c
..
60 630
27
..
25
906
..
27
24
33
37
33
7 708
29
31
..
27
x
122
33
35
39
25
414
62
53
20

14
..
..
18
..
c
..
64 213
27
..
25
828
..
27
30
33
37
35
7 435
31
33
..
28
x
118
34
35
39
26
436
64
54
22

16
..
..
17
..
c
..
65 750
27
..
25
869
..
27
32
36
37
34
7 322
31
..
..
28
x
122
34
35
39
23
436
64
55
22

16
..
..
16
..
c
..
66 519
28
..
28
922
..
30
34
40
41
44
9 134
31
..
..
28
x
133
38
37
46
29
451
64
55
21

15
..
..
15
..
c
..
70 322
30
..
28
971
..
30
34
39
41
48
10 562
33
..
..
28
x
131
38
38
46
30
451
66
62
24

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.27

Table 16: Natural gas prices for households1


Country

National Currency

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Rep.
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

Canadian Dollar
Chilean Pesos
Mexican Pesos
US Dollar
Australian Dollar
New Israeli Sheqel
Japanese Yen
South Korean Won
New Zealand Dollar
Euro
Euro
Czech Crown
Danish Crown
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Hungarian Forint
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Norwegian Crown
Polish Zloty
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Swedish Crown
Swiss Franc
New Turkish Lira
Pound Sterling

25
27 038
..
28
..
..
11 995
..
52
32
38
711
511
..
15
32
35
24
3 795
32
c
26
34
x
92
..
14
..
46
..
60
14
17

39
29 438
..
32
..
..
12 204
..
47
35
..
762
507
..
21
39
..
25
3 695
34
c
29
39
x
107
..
16
..
49
..
71
26
17

32
28 940
..
26
..
..
11 704
..
49
35
..
773
488
..
18
39
45
28
3 898
34
c
25
42
x
118
59
16
..
45
..
66
33
18

41
33 896
..
31
..
..
11 911
..
57
45
..
780
506
..
19
40
48
30
4 697
38
c
26
46
x
114
60
24
..
45
..
65
34
19

40
34 155
530
35
..
..
11 819
44 732
81
48
..
779
542
..
19
38
48
29
3 912
39
54
25
47
x
116
63
32
..
45
..
66
32
20

44
39 745
592
42
..
..
11 792
46 484
95
51
..
884
646
..
21
41
53
42
4 205
46
57
33
55
x
123
67
37
..
47
..
72
42
21

47
40 728
583
45
..
..
12 395
52 505
98
54
..
1 056
..
..
24
48
63
..
5 398
63
64
38
62
x
148
70
47
..
52
..
82
51
28

45
44 829
593
43
..
..
12 524
56 953
115
59
..
1 008
..
..
24
49
65
63
9 715
69
64
..
65
x
164
67
46
..
54
856
91
58
28

46
61 667
429
46
..
..
..
60 009
137
60
66
1 247
..
36
31
54
71
71
11 103
61
68
51
73
x
193
63
48
62
60
959
102
74
34

39
53 610
488
40
..
..
12 672
63 444
118
65
56
1 335
613
38
29
52
70
64
12 456
63
66
44
72
x
215
59
48
62
57
986
96
76
38

Country

National Currency

2010

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Rep.
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

Canadian Dollar
Chilean Pesos
Mexican Pesos
US Dollar
Australian Dollar
New Israeli Sheqel
Japanese Yen
South Korean Won
New Zealand Dollar
Euro
Euro
Czech Crown
Danish Crown
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Hungarian Forint
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Norwegian Crown
Polish Zloty
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Swedish Crown
Swiss Franc
New Turkish Lira
Pound Sterling

38
60 191
493
37
..
..
12 473
65 122
119
61
57
1 308
701
39
32
56
64
70
11 531
56
71
44
65
x
200
61
46
63
56
1 013
91
68
37

2011 1Q2010 2Q2010 3Q2010 4Q2010 1Q2011 2Q2011 3Q2011 4Q2011


37
66 649
454
36
..
..
..
71 983
130
67
65
1 465
..
..
45
61
67
78
12 782
58
..
53
70
x
214
69
50
71
64
1 063
95
71
40

31
61 262
499
35
..
..
..
65 122
114
61
53
1 252
683
36
30
51
63
47
10 779
48
63
..
63
x
180
59
46
59
53
1 012
90
68
38

40
60 342
488
41
..
..
..
65 122
118
61
53
1 289
708
36
32
56
63
73
12 515
56
63
..
63
x
225
59
46
59
55
1 012
90
68
36

49
58 598
496
51
..
..
..
65 122
117
61
60
1 346
701
41
33
59
64
103
13 456
68
79
..
67
x
256
63
46
67
59
1 015
90
68
36

35
60 564
486
35
..
..
..
65 122
119
62
60
1 345
711
41
34
59
64
59
11 964
51
79
..
67
x
197
63
46
67
57
1 015
94
68
37

28
64 857
490
33
..
..
..
68 778
121
63
57
1 370
752
43
41
59
65
57
12 368
50
70
..
67
x
191
61
48
66
60
1 094
94
68
38

36
68 560
496
40
..
..
..
71 051
125
66
57
1 409
761
43
44
62
66
70
13 567
56
..
..
66
x
241
61
48
66
63
1 094
94
68
38

51
67 171
434
51
..
..
..
72 150
128
68
73
1 502
..
44
46
62
67
118
15 246
65
..
..
73
x
280
77
51
78
66
1 063
95
69
40

32
66 009
397
34
..
..
..
75 953
130
70
73
1 579
..
44
47
62
69
65
12 855
61
..
..
73
x
209
77
51
78
67
1 063
98
78
45

1. Average price in national currency per MWh on a gross calorific value basis.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.28 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 17: Natural gas prices for electricity generation1


Country

National Currency

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Rep.
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

Canadian Dollar
Chilean Pesos
Mexican Pesos
US Dollar
Australian Dollar
New Israeli Sheqel
Japanese Yen
South Korean Won
New Zealand Dollar
Euro
Euro
Czech Crown
Danish Crown
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Hungarian Forint
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Norwegian Crown
Polish Zloty
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Swedish Crown
Swiss Franc
New Turkish Lira
Pound Sterling

17
..
122
15
..
..
..
..
c
..
c
486
c
..
11
..
14
c
2 424
9
c
..
..
..
..
..
13
..
15
..
..
9
6

19
..
131
15
..
..
..
..
c
..
c
496
c
..
10
..
..
c
3 831
12
c
..
..
..
..
..
15
..
..
..
..
21
7

20
..
102
12
..
..
..
..
c
..
c
475
c
..
10
..
..
c
4 188
14
c
..
..
..
..
..
17
..
..
..
..
28
6

21
..
190
18
..
..
..
..
c
..
c
478
c
..
10
..
..
c
4 181
13
c
..
..
..
..
15
23
..
..
..
..
29
7

19
..
267
20
..
..
..
28 834
c
..
c
..
c
..
10
..
..
c
4 379
c
c
..
..
..
57
17
22
..
..
..
..
28
8

23
..
341
28
..
..
..
32 316
c
..
c
..
c
..
11
..
..
c
4 904
c
c
..
..
..
57
20
25
..
..
..
..
35
10

21
..
318
24
..
..
..
39 050
c
..
c
..
c
..
15
..
..
c
7 090
c
c
..
..
..
66
24
32
..
..
..
..
43
13

25
..
297
24
..
..
..
39 137
c
..
c
..
c
..
15
..
..
c
7 800
c
c
..
..
..
75
23
30
..
..
..
..
49
12

..
..
406
31
..
55
..
63 949
c
..
c
..
c
..
20
..
..
c
9 248
c
c
..
..
..
78
31
44
..
..
..
..
64
16

..
..
230
16
..
63
..
49 624
c
..
c
..
c
..
19
..
..
c
8 927
c
c
..
..
..
75
23
41
..
..
..
..
62
14

Country

National Currency

2010

2011 1Q2010 2Q2010 3Q2010 4Q2010 1Q2011 2Q2011 3Q2011 4Q2011

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Rep.
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

Canadian Dollar
Chilean Pesos
Mexican Pesos
US Dollar
Australian Dollar
New Israeli Sheqel
Japanese Yen
South Korean Won
New Zealand Dollar
Euro
Euro
Czech Crown
Danish Crown
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Hungarian Forint
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Norwegian Crown
Polish Zloty
Euro
Euro
Euro
Euro
Swedish Crown
Swiss Franc
New Turkish Lira
Pound Sterling

..
..
253
17
..
77
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
21
..
..
c
6 777
c
c
..
..
..
76
25
26
..
..
..
..
51
15

..
..
234
16
..
83
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
24
..
..
c
8 417
c
c
..
..
..
81
26
32
..
..
..
..
56
19

..
..
308
21
..
80
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
19
..
..
c
6 293
c
c
..
..
..
73
23
26
..
..
..
..
51
15

..
..
234
17
..
82
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
21
..
..
c
7 632
c
c
..
..
..
74
25
26
..
..
..
..
51
13

1. Average price in national currency per MWh on a gross calorific value basis.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

..
..
254
17
..
75
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
22
..
..
c
7 130
c
c
..
..
..
76
25
26
..
..
..
..
51
14

..
..
216
16
..
72
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
22
..
..
c
6 510
c
c
..
..
..
79
28
26
..
..
..
..
51
17

..
..
235
17
..
77
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
22
..
..
c
6 371
c
c
..
..
..
78
26
32
..
..
..
..
54
19

..
..
239
17
..
80
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
24
..
..
c
6 934
c
c
..
..
..
81
26
32
..
..
..
..
54
19

..
..
237
16
..
89
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
26
..
..
c
9 280
c
c
..
..
..
81
26
32
..
..
..
..
54
18

..
..
226
14
..
87
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
26
..
..
c
10 489
c
c
..
..
..
85
26
32
..
..
..
..
61
21

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.29

Table 18: Natural gas prices for industry in US Dollars1


Country

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

7.72
..
12.90
14.70
..
..
38.91
..
7.33
..
c
12.69
c
..
11.24
15.31
16.16
16.97
9.43
12.47
c
..
14.32
x
11.44
..
8.72
..
15.08
..
19.17
15.05
9.00

9.35
..
14.05
17.08
..
..
34.95
..
7.01
..
c
13.41
c
..
10.84
16.95
..
15.86
10.59
12.34
c
..
15.10
x
14.90
..
9.16
..
15.13
..
25.49
17.23
12.07

10.78
..
10.55
13.28
..
..
30.71
..
8.05
..
c
14.92
c
..
10.91
15.69
20.25
15.56
12.36
15.80
c
..
14.14
x
14.88
20.48
11.42
..
14.23
..
24.01
18.52
12.59

18.06
..
17.65
19.24
..
..
33.09
..
12.23
..
c
17.49
c
..
13.65
20.79
27.54
19.04
20.27
20.00
c
..
19.12
x
15.13
24.73
18.97
..
17.54
..
27.54
19.69
14.15

19.23
..
25.85
21.67
..
..
33.74
29.39
15.21
..
c
18.70
c
..
14.64
22.54
28.65
19.97
24.74
25.08
25.83
..
..
x
15.43
24.57
20.89
..
18.54
..
30.30
19.80
17.43

25.03
..
30.71
27.96
..
..
34.53
33.74
19.15
..
c
25.15
c
..
16.35
28.39
34.25
26.86
29.72
32.16
30.25
..
..
x
19.32
29.26
24.72
..
21.86
..
34.62
26.18
25.69

23.39
..
29.51
25.97
..
..
37.44
42.59
20.85
..
c
34.59
c
..
21.33
35.44
45.10
..
38.79
40.06
39.05
..
..
x
25.30
34.31
32.59
..
30.52
..
41.93
30.33
32.98

18.58
..
29.84
25.26
..
..
39.04
47.36
23.93
..
..
33.68
c
..
23.03
35.61
49.53
37.95
50.23
c
42.23
..
38.40
x
32.25
36.87
36.14
..
32.70
52.39
49.58
37.91
28.63

30.29
..
37.24
31.93
..
c
..
42.95
20.60
..
48.13
52.80
c
38.69
32.01
52.22
57.21
55.36
64.75
52.99
55.59
37.64
46.23
x
45.72
47.11
53.52
56.36
41.84
66.77
64.09
49.26
38.35

14.84
..
..
17.59
..
c
48.62
41.23
20.06
..
35.89
45.41
64.67
33.72
28.61
37.75
47.76
37.93
52.57
41.57
47.95
39.93
43.21
x
37.21
41.63
44.43
49.09
37.30
50.33
60.56
40.21
30.36

Country

2010

2011

1Q2010

2Q2010

3Q2010

4Q2010

1Q2011

2Q2011

3Q2011

4Q2011

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

13.77
..
..
17.83
..
c
54.57
52.47
19.71
..
30.52
45.62
..
36.45
30.13
41.67
46.56
44.50
36.75
37.08
41.53
38.66
35.59
x
39.10
47.77
45.98
51.61
33.57
56.98
56.88
35.02
28.27

15.41
..
..
16.96
..
c
..
60.21
23.76
..
36.41
50.82
..
..
45.19
51.52
54.37
56.00
43.63
43.91
..
50.03
38.53
x
42.57
50.19
50.22
58.34
37.72
69.56
72.37
33.83
35.51

17.08
..
..
21.49
..
c
..
53.05
22.10
..
29.44
42.31
70.29
38.62
29.37
39.89
45.97
45.55
37.71
36.53
43.59
..
36.41
x
38.97
37.96
43.86
54.08
33.54
56.59
55.15
35.01
28.56

13.18
..
..
16.44
..
c
..
52.02
20.10
..
27.03
42.76
..
35.47
28.58
38.43
42.22
45.25
37.92
34.09
40.02
..
33.44
x
37.14
34.86
44.46
49.67
32.42
53.66
52.64
34.21
24.23

11.99
..
..
16.74
..
c
..
51.32
21.38
..
32.05
48.00
..
35.02
30.41
43.14
47.92
43.00
34.70
38.14
40.34
..
35.43
x
38.90
43.18
47.18
50.11
33.81
57.06
56.59
34.76
27.47

12.98
..
..
16.15
..
c
..
53.56
20.74
..
33.66
49.65
..
36.86
32.21
45.31
50.32
44.23
37.97
39.69
42.36
..
37.21
x
41.79
45.35
48.02
52.62
34.56
61.01
63.92
36.15
31.93

13.98
..
..
17.87
..
c
..
57.41
20.76
..
33.82
46.47
..
37.10
40.86
44.85
51.19
48.00
37.35
41.89
45.77
..
37.71
x
41.06
46.56
47.68
53.83
35.22
67.21
67.65
34.57
34.95

16.85
..
..
17.01
..
c
..
60.75
21.51
..
35.60
51.48
..
39.05
46.09
51.95
53.88
48.85
39.61
45.17
..
..
39.69
x
44.31
49.01
50.49
56.66
33.32
69.62
73.20
34.97
35.54

16.53
..
..
16.30
..
c
..
61.27
23.41
..
39.07
53.61
..
42.30
47.95
56.30
57.63
62.15
47.26
44.23
..
..
39.35
x
45.45
53.91
51.86
64.55
41.21
69.92
77.45
31.85
34.19

14.34
..
..
14.95
..
c
..
61.43
23.35
..
37.19
51.79
..
40.26
45.99
53.14
54.85
64.72
46.92
44.41
..
..
37.46
x
39.99
51.31
50.89
61.44
40.97
66.88
71.81
34.10
37.09

1. Average price per MWh on a gross calorific value basis.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.30 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 19: Natural gas prices for households in US Dollars1


Country
Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

Country
Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

17.15
50.12
..
27.64
..
..
111.24
..
23.37
29.95
35.05
18.41
63.22
..
13.71
29.88
32.11
22.24
13.44
29.73
c
23.70
30.90
x
21.28
..
9.31
..
42.25
..
35.37
22.29
25.19

25.28
46.36
..
31.74
..
..
100.46
..
19.62
31.69
..
20.03
60.98
..
19.01
34.63
..
22.20
12.90
30.35
c
25.81
34.52
x
26.14
..
9.91
..
43.67
..
42.17
20.86
24.62

20.31
42.01
..
26.13
..
..
93.45
..
22.47
32.61
..
23.62
61.91
..
17.33
36.59
42.74
26.08
15.12
32.35
c
23.45
39.31
x
28.97
55.98
10.81
..
42.73
..
42.54
21.89
27.27

29.22
49.03
..
31.42
..
..
102.74
..
33.27
50.78
..
27.72
76.97
..
21.58
44.85
53.84
33.71
20.94
43.29
c
29.45
51.80
x
29.23
68.27
19.68
..
51.09
..
48.38
22.82
30.24

31.08
56.03
46.94
35.49
..
..
109.28
39.06
53.51
59.01
..
30.32
90.53
..
23.20
46.80
59.84
36.42
19.31
49.01
66.92
31.61
58.69
x
31.77
78.17
30.23
..
55.31
..
52.71
22.37
36.39

36.20
71.00
54.33
42.32
..
..
107.10
45.38
66.80
62.73
..
36.90
107.70
..
25.63
50.77
66.37
51.66
21.07
56.56
70.80
41.06
68.82
x
38.11
82.85
36.04
..
58.87
..
57.67
31.13
38.87

41.41
76.81
53.50
45.41
..
..
106.53
55.16
63.87
67.50
..
46.74
..
..
30.29
60.78
79.37
..
25.66
78.85
80.54
48.04
77.36
x
47.67
87.56
47.61
..
65.08
..
65.81
35.72
50.80

41.58
85.80
54.30
43.05
..
..
106.35
61.28
84.37
80.53
..
49.66
..
..
32.98
67.56
89.20
86.00
52.92
94.53
87.38
..
88.67
x
59.20
92.43
56.49
..
74.62
126.60
75.68
44.67
56.42

43.43
117.79
38.51
45.87
..
..
..
54.51
96.13
88.07
96.05
72.99
..
52.13
44.76
79.14
103.83
104.40
64.38
88.90
99.11
74.75
106.61
x
80.25
91.69
67.55
91.17
88.29
145.36
94.02
56.68
61.48

34.22
95.91
36.16
40.04
..
..
135.43
49.76
73.96
89.61
77.90
70.08
114.41
52.69
40.79
72.93
97.02
89.57
61.64
87.45
91.10
61.21
99.97
x
68.94
82.52
67.09
86.75
79.61
128.89
88.27
48.92
59.13

2010

2011

1Q2010

2Q2010

3Q2010

4Q2010

1Q2011

2Q2011

3Q2011

4Q2011

37.04
118.03
38.99
36.95
..
..
142.13
56.36
86.05
81.39
75.05
68.55
124.62
51.45
42.69
74.32
84.26
93.26
55.50
73.87
94.04
57.93
86.09
x
66.46
81.01
60.51
82.78
73.87
140.71
87.34
45.27
56.50

37.10
137.84
36.54
35.94
..
..
..
64.98
102.43
93.11
90.58
82.97
..
..
62.18
84.65
92.63
108.06
63.73
80.65
..
73.53
96.84
x
72.20
96.32
68.90
98.83
89.27
163.93
107.21
42.40
64.84

29.81
118.05
39.06
34.97
..
..
..
56.98
80.57
85.01
73.23
67.01
127.04
50.32
41.87
70.70
87.44
65.32
55.58
67.04
86.51
..
87.31
x
62.67
82.15
63.21
81.55
72.86
140.73
85.04
45.16
58.71

38.82
113.81
38.85
41.40
..
..
..
55.88
82.42
78.02
67.24
64.05
120.88
46.22
40.41
71.08
80.52
92.41
57.92
71.45
79.44
..
80.17
x
71.04
75.44
58.05
74.89
69.32
133.44
81.13
44.34
53.76

47.64
114.78
38.80
51.08
..
..
..
55.13
83.80
79.35
78.07
69.90
121.57
53.36
43.04
75.86
82.08
133.34
61.71
87.40
102.71
..
86.32
x
82.82
81.37
59.04
87.09
76.05
139.93
87.30
45.18
55.85

34.20
126.11
39.26
34.87
..
..
..
57.53
90.53
83.56
81.99
73.69
129.42
56.17
45.54
79.67
87.39
79.45
58.94
68.90
107.87
..
90.94
x
67.38
85.46
62.00
91.46
77.41
149.60
96.94
46.44
57.83

27.96
134.71
40.62
32.92
..
..
..
61.50
91.85
86.19
78.06
76.93
137.91
58.82
56.74
80.26
89.35
78.54
62.13
67.72
95.28
..
90.92
x
66.16
83.42
65.94
90.15
82.44
168.86
100.14
43.34
61.04

37.20
146.17
42.29
39.51
..
..
..
65.65
100.10
95.55
82.18
83.48
146.91
61.92
63.51
88.61
94.52
101.23
73.39
81.14
..
..
95.67
x
87.68
87.82
69.41
94.90
91.06
174.91
108.36
43.72
62.42

51.82
142.28
35.27
51.23
..
..
..
66.45
106.01
96.67
103.48
87.36
..
61.71
65.68
87.13
94.22
166.66
78.89
91.40
..
..
102.98
x
95.74
109.61
71.92
110.70
94.09
164.77
114.32
40.03
64.94

31.68
129.03
29.11
34.49
..
..
..
66.35
100.69
94.27
98.49
84.24
..
58.73
62.95
82.93
92.58
87.76
57.11
82.70
..
..
97.93
x
63.78
104.32
68.45
105.36
89.72
157.61
106.93
42.68
70.80

1. Average price per MWh on a gross calorific value basis.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.31

Table 20: Natural gas prices for electricity generation in US Dollars1


Country

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

11.59
..
12.90
14.86
..
..
..
..
c
..
c
12.57
c
..
9.73
..
13.19
c
8.59
8.52
c
..
..
..
..
..
8.72
..
14.19
..
..
14.49
8.95

12.51
..
14.05
15.16
..
..
..
..
c
..
c
13.04
c
..
9.37
..
..
c
13.37
10.92
c
..
..
..
..
..
9.14
..
..
..
..
16.95
9.55

12.44
..
10.55
12.08
..
..
..
..
c
..
c
14.50
c
..
9.37
..
..
c
16.24
12.95
c
..
..
..
..
..
11.33
..
..
..
..
18.43
9.14

15.03
..
17.65
18.32
..
..
..
..
c
..
c
17.01
c
..
11.71
..
..
c
18.64
14.47
c
..
..
..
..
16.69
18.97
..
..
..
..
19.17
11.14

14.78
..
23.64
20.27
..
..
..
25.18
c
..
c
..
c
..
12.52
..
..
c
21.61
c
c
..
..
..
15.60
20.81
20.89
..
..
..
..
19.60
13.94

19.37
..
31.28
28.02
..
..
..
31.55
c
..
c
..
c
..
14.22
..
..
c
24.58
c
c
..
..
..
17.70
25.09
24.72
..
..
..
..
25.90
18.45

18.81
..
29.20
23.61
..
..
..
41.03
c
..
c
..
c
..
19.18
..
..
c
33.70
c
c
..
..
..
21.43
30.53
32.59
..
..
..
..
30.04
23.63

22.86
..
27.19
24.21
..
..
..
42.11
c
..
c
..
c
..
20.68
..
..
c
42.49
c
c
..
..
..
27.02
31.94
36.14
..
..
..
..
37.74
24.74

..
..
36.36
31.16
..
15.25
..
58.09
c
..
c
..
c
..
29.24
..
..
c
53.63
c
c
..
..
..
32.25
44.65
61.82
..
..
..
..
49.18
30.10

..
..
17.03
16.14
..
16.02
..
38.92
c
..
c
..
c
..
25.98
..
..
c
44.18
c
c
..
..
..
24.11
32.62
56.83
..
..
..
..
40.09
21.88

Country

2010

2011

1Q2010

2Q2010

3Q2010

4Q2010

1Q2011

2Q2011

3Q2011

4Q2011

Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

..
..
20.04
17.32
..
20.63
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
27.62
..
..
c
32.62
c
c
..
..
..
25.09
33.49
34.28
..
..
..
..
34.12
22.57

..
..
18.83
16.27
..
23.35
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
33.88
..
..
c
41.96
c
c
..
..
..
27.53
35.69
44.39
..
..
..
..
33.38
30.67

..
..
24.12
20.67
..
21.36
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
26.75
..
..
c
32.45
c
c
..
..
..
25.38
31.86
35.82
..
..
..
..
34.10
22.88

..
..
18.64
16.68
..
21.64
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
26.18
..
..
c
35.32
c
c
..
..
..
23.28
32.40
32.91
..
..
..
..
33.40
19.77

..
..
19.84
16.65
..
19.69
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
27.96
..
..
c
32.70
c
c
..
..
..
24.39
32.04
33.39
..
..
..
..
33.89
21.75

..
..
17.45
16.01
..
19.82
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
29.64
..
..
c
32.07
c
c
..
..
..
27.14
37.78
35.16
..
..
..
..
35.15
26.84

..
..
19.48
17.22
..
21.50
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
29.75
..
..
c
32.00
c
c
..
..
..
27.21
35.07
43.94
..
..
..
..
34.25
30.01

..
..
20.37
16.79
..
23.29
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
34.39
..
..
c
37.51
c
c
..
..
..
29.37
36.92
46.28
..
..
..
..
34.51
31.42

..
..
19.23
16.24
..
25.14
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
36.44
..
..
c
48.02
c
c
..
..
..
27.66
36.31
44.97
..
..
..
..
31.32
29.30

..
..
16.56
14.10
..
23.49
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
35.03
..
..
c
46.60
c
c
..
..
..
26.00
34.56
42.50
..
..
..
..
33.59
32.32

1. Average price per MWh on a gross calorific value basis.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.32 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 21: Price comparison for competing fuels for industry in US Dollars/toe1
Natural
Gas
Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Rep.
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

302.3
..
381.3
335.6
..
..
483.8
550.3
269.4
..
c
447.0
c
..
275.6
458.0
582.8
..
501.3
517.7
504.6
..
..
x
326.9
443.3
421.1
..
394.3
..
541.8
391.9
426.1

Natural
Gas
Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Rep.
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

191.8
..
..
227.3
..
c
628.2
532.8
259.2
..
463.7
586.8
835.7
435.7
369.7
487.8
617.2
490.2
679.4
537.2
619.6
516.0
558.4
x
480.8
537.9
574.1
634.3
482.0
650.4
782.6
519.6
392.3

2006
Steam
Light Natural
HSFO3
Fuel Oil
Gas
Coal2
..
..
x
88.0
..
x
124.4
87.3
c
259.0
..
c
..
..
214.0
..
..
..
..
..
112.3
..
..
..
116.7
..
..
..
..
..
158.9
114.3
141.7

383.1
..
252.0
342.9
..
..
475.0
589.7
383.6
..
x
303.4
..
..
..
368.0
..
394.5
..
525.6
..
x
x
x
314.9
x
x
..
..
x
x
667.8
x

664.1
..
336.7
542.6
..
..
602.0
1 388.2
520.9
701.2
694.6
707.0
851.6
689.0
760.8
741.2
713.0
938.9
..
808.3
1 378.4
713.5
..
953.2
768.2
..
679.5
749.8
752.7
701.8
634.4
..
713.6

240.1
..
385.7
326.4
..
..
504.5
612.0
309.2
..
..
435.2
c
..
297.6
460.1
640.1
490.4
649.1
c
545.7
..
496.3
x
416.7
476.4
467.0
..
422.5
677.0
640.7
489.8
370.0

2009
Steam
Light Natural
HSFO3
Fuel Oil
Gas
Coal2
..
..
x
110.4
..
x
218.4
134.5
c
348.1
..
c
..
..
274.6
..
..
..
..
..
185.0
..
..
..
175.3
..
..
..
..
..
229.8
198.6
158.5

450.1
..
298.7
372.7
..
c
..
521.9
422.1
..
x
c
..
..
..
440.3
..
..
..
772.4
..
x
x
x
366.3
x
x
..
..
x
x
836.1
x

622.7
..
382.0
490.1
..
c
609.9
1 071.9
510.7
682.7
662.1
650.1
852.3
781.7
782.7
711.2
689.3
958.6
..
822.3
1 420.8
686.8
..
1 036.2
729.4
..
582.3
759.3
749.1
643.0
600.3
..
756.3

177.9
..
..
230.4
..
c
705.2
678.1
254.7
..
394.3
589.5
..
471.0
389.3
538.4
601.6
575.1
474.9
479.1
536.7
499.6
459.8
x
505.3
617.2
594.1
666.9
433.8
736.4
735.1
452.5
365.3

1. Tonne of oil equivalent on a net calorific value basis.


2. For the Czech Republic and Turkey, the price shown is for brown coal.
3. High Sulphur Fuel Oil.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

2007
Steam
Light Natural
HSFO3
Fuel Oil
Gas
Coal2
..
..
x
92.6
..
x
140.0
107.6
c
290.2
..
c
..
..
238.0
..
..
..
..
..
139.3
..
..
..
138.3
..
..
..
..
..
208.4
164.3
162.0

459.1
..
255.8
388.5
..
..
504.3
599.4
421.9
..
x
299.5
..
..
..
418.3
..
..
..
658.2
..
x
x
x
361.6
x
x
..
..
x
x
818.8
x

745.7
..
358.9
613.1
..
..
614.9
1 429.4
568.2
805.0
764.9
738.2
937.5
762.7
820.9
810.5
763.4
1 031.8
..
887.8
1 503.1
784.3
..
1 047.0
843.3
..
700.8
816.8
826.0
765.0
670.6
..
794.0

391.4
..
481.3
412.6
..
c
..
555.0
266.2
..
622.0
682.3
c
499.9
413.6
674.8
739.2
715.4
836.7
684.7
718.3
486.4
597.3
x
590.8
608.8
691.6
728.3
540.7
862.8
828.2
636.5
495.5

2010
Steam
Light Natural
HSFO3
Fuel Oil
Gas
Coal2
..
..
x
108.9
..
x
217.0
..
c
298.2
..
c
..
..
276.8
..
..
..
..
..
181.7
..
..
..
178.9
201.2
..
..
..
..
258.9
196.9
186.4

574.6
..
406.0
483.0
..
c
..
679.5
571.2
..
x
c
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
893.9
..
x
x
x
489.4
x
x
..
..
x
x
969.5
x

784.2
..
498.4
635.0
..
c
784.8
1 306.8
675.2
1 048.2
806.2
804.6
1 095.5
952.8
966.3
877.5
808.3
1 045.1
..
1 033.8
1 531.6
826.3
..
1 233.6
909.7
..
786.8
934.1
883.3
806.1
804.9
..
912.6

199.1
..
..
219.1
..
c
..
778.0
307.0
..
470.5
656.7
..
..
583.9
665.7
702.6
723.6
563.8
567.4
..
646.5
497.9
x
550.1
648.5
648.9
753.9
487.4
898.9
935.2
437.2
458.9

2008
Steam
Light
HSFO3
Fuel Oil
Coal2
..
..
x
108.0
..
x
239.5
178.3
c
356.4
..
c
..
..
355.8
..
..
..
..
..
233.2
..
..
..
193.1
..
..
..
..
..
360.7
217.9
186.5

595.3
..
423.9
559.1
..
c
808.9
751.9
562.8
..
x
459.9
..
..
..
569.9
..
..
..
923.5
..
x
x
x
497.1
x
x
..
..
x
x
1 040.8
x

1 031.3
..
525.5
812.4
..
c
996.3
1 589.9
777.4
792.9
1 066.8
1 063.8
1 194.1
1 154.4
1 156.8
1 115.1
1 052.9
1 258.0
..
1 199.4
1 867.7
1 090.4
..
1 437.9
1 167.0
..
1 116.3
1 122.7
1 156.9
1 020.9
1 008.8
..
1 083.0

2011
Steam
Light
HSFO3
Fuel Oil
Coal2
..
..
x
106.0
..
x
275.7
..
c
352.8
..
c
..
..
517.7
..
..
..
..
..
227.6
..
..
..
203.5
274.3
..
..
..
..
333.7
203.7
229.9

772.3
..
532.8
669.1
..
c
..
920.7
630.2
..
x
c
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
1 170.0
..
x
x
x
670.0
x
x
..
..
x
x
1 169.2
x

1 068.7
..
673.5
865.8
..
c
1 035.5
..
903.8
1 352.2
1 084.5
1 070.9
1 424.1
1 269.8
1 391.0
1 149.2
1 042.9
1 439.2
..
1 339.2
1 850.7
1 083.7
..
1 511.9
1 194.7
..
1 152.4
1 231.5
1 146.9
1 169.6
1 096.2
..
1 181.2

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - III.33

Table 22: Price comparison for competing fuels for households in US Dollars/toe1
Natural
Gas
Canada
Chile
Mexico
2
United States
2
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

535.1
992.5
691.3
586.8
..
..
1 376.6
712.8
825.4
872.2
..
603.9
..
..
391.4
785.4
1 025.7
..
331.6
1 018.9
1 040.7
620.8
999.6
x
616.0
1 131.4
615.2
..
841.0
..
850.4
461.6
656.4

Natural
Gas
Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States2
Australia2
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

442.1
1 239.4
467.3
517.4
..
..
1 750.0
643.0
955.7
1 157.9
1 006.6
905.6
1 478.4
680.8
527.1
942.4
1 253.8
1 157.5
796.6
1 130.1
1 177.2
790.9
1 291.8
x
890.9
1 066.3
867.0
1 121.0
1 028.7
1 665.6
1 140.6
632.2
764.0

2006
Light Fuel
Electricity
Oil
842.3
970.2
..
713.2
..
1 158.1
825.9
1 384.0
..
988.1
840.4
931.9
1 453.0
813.0
928.2
954.4
827.1
1 117.2
x
1 039.1
1 654.0
781.1
1 303.3
1 220.2
1 006.4
984.8
..
899.8
873.2
1 523.9
721.4
1 780.4
776.3

958.5
1 581.8
1 171.1
..
..
1 329.7
2 071.3
1 144.7
1 546.3
2 028.0
..
1 421.0
3 744.9
..
1 487.4
1 672.0
2 578.0
..
1 675.8
2 319.7
2 626.1
2 131.5
3 000.1
1 811.7
1 536.4
2 144.7
1 808.2
..
1 915.6
..
1 540.2
1 287.1
2 083.7

2009
Light Fuel
Electricity
Oil
789.9
961.4
..
781.9
..
1 532.6
860.7
1 073.8
..
990.3
801.1
878.6
1 496.0
930.0
954.9
935.4
820.3
1 140.7
x
1 068.1
1 704.9
749.3
1 092.0
1 326.5
968.5
1 102.3
..
911.1
869.0
1 559.3
725.3
1 771.6
789.4

983.1
2 478.9
925.1
..
..
1 590.3
2 647.0
894.4
1 760.8
2 973.0
2 704.2
2 234.0
4 241.6
1 439.1
2 020.1
1 851.3
3 696.1
1 765.7
2 398.0
2 965.3
3 304.9
2 743.0
3 000.3
1 541.9
1 947.5
2 502.3
2 684.9
2 128.5
2 469.0
2 256.3
1 906.0
1 919.7
2 223.3

Natural
Gas
537.2
1 108.8
701.7
556.3
..
..
1 374.3
791.8
1 090.3
1 040.6
..
641.7
..
..
426.2
873.1
1 152.6
1 111.3
683.8
1 221.6
1 129.1
..
1 145.9
x
764.9
1 194.4
730.0
..
964.3
1 635.9
978.0
577.3
729.1

Natural
Gas
478.6
1 525.2
503.8
477.5
..
..
1 836.6
728.3
1 112.0
1 051.8
969.8
885.9
1 610.4
664.9
551.7
960.3
1 088.8
1 205.2
717.2
954.6
1 215.2
748.6
1 112.5
x
858.8
1 046.9
781.9
1 069.7
954.6
1 818.3
1 128.6
584.9
730.1

2007
Light Fuel
Electricity
Oil
919.3
1 031.6
..
803.4
..
1 361.3
814.3
1 419.1
..
1 047.1
925.5
979.3
1 595.9
899.9
1 001.5
1 037.7
908.4
1 227.8
x
1 140.4
1 803.7
858.8
1 422.9
1 340.2
1 096.0
1 159.3
..
980.2
958.2
1 698.6
768.4
2 033.6
921.7

1 035.9
1 926.0
1 081.5
..
..
1 436.5
2 052.3
1 185.7
1 877.0
2 484.9
..
1 696.4
4 001.7
..
1 690.4
1 819.1
3 059.9
..
2 189.7
2 831.6
2 994.6
2 682.4
3 313.4
1 531.1
1 754.9
2 484.9
2 183.6
..
2 174.1
2 276.4
1 585.4
1 415.8
2 377.1

2010
Light Fuel
Electricity
Oil
995.9
1 105.1
..
918.1
..
1 857.7
1 049.5
1 312.8
..
1 145.2
975.5
1 087.7
1 808.2
1 143.3
1 183.7
1 106.4
961.9
1 272.5
x
1 290.0
1 837.9
906.5
..
1 579.2
1 157.4
1 273.5
..
1 121.0
1 037.9
1 815.3
936.6
1 962.9
962.2

1 099.4
2 428.2
1 032.8
..
..
1 626.0
2 699.5
967.1
2 119.1
2 995.7
2 693.7
2 157.4
4 142.9
1 477.8
2 039.4
1 921.8
3 706.3
1 842.0
2 542.2
2 704.5
3 060.1
2 505.8
2 571.6
2 044.5
2 082.8
2 502.7
2 476.5
2 156.6
2 868.8
2 534.8
2 092.9
2 141.2
2 141.9

Natural
Gas
561.2
1 522.1
497.6
592.7
..
..
..
704.4
1 242.3
1 138.1
1 241.2
943.2
..
673.6
578.5
1 022.7
1 341.8
1 349.1
832.0
1 148.8
1 280.8
965.9
1 377.7
x
1 037.0
1 184.9
872.8
1 178.1
1 140.9
1 878.4
1 215.0
732.5
794.5

Natural
Gas
479.4
1 781.1
472.2
464.5
..
..
..
839.7
1 323.7
1 203.2
1 170.5
1 072.2
..
..
803.5
1 093.9
1 197.0
1 396.4
823.5
1 042.2
..
950.2
1 251.4
x
933.0
1 244.6
890.3
1 277.1
1 153.5
2 118.4
1 385.4
547.9
837.9

2008
Light Fuel
Electricity
Oil
1 209.2
1 319.6
..
998.8
..
1 975.0
1 239.5
1 589.6
..
1 461.4
1 290.8
1 384.4
1 945.4
1 362.1
1 411.3
1 433.0
1 252.9
1 497.1
x
1 503.0
2 241.2
1 200.3
1 675.3
1 840.7
1 502.4
1 596.8
..
1 347.3
1 342.0
2 068.1
1 156.5
2 455.2
1 231.6

1 046.7
2 656.9
1 116.9
..
..
1 809.5
2 395.5
1 030.7
1 911.3
2 988.6
3 088.9
2 226.4
4 605.3
1 362.0
2 004.7
1 910.8
3 753.6
1 824.1
2 606.7
3 106.4
3 549.6
2 505.8
2 821.4
1 758.9
2 243.6
2 554.2
2 556.8
1 948.5
2 535.0
2 539.9
1 794.2
1 916.3
2 532.2

2011
Light Fuel
Electricity
Oil
1 298.6
1 410.0
..
1 155.4
..
2 363.1
1 369.1
1 696.0
..
1 475.2
1 312.3
1 417.2
2 211.0
1 523.7
1 710.9
1 446.5
1 279.7
1 419.6
x
1 654.9
2 226.3
1 193.8
..
1 935.4
1 504.5
1 710.4
..
1 477.8
1 353.4
2 276.6
1 261.1
2 176.6
1 255.4

..
2 450.5
1 107.0
..
..
1 730.1
3 034.1
1 030.7
2 466.3
3 172.7
3 074.0
2 450.1
4 757.8
..
2 483.9
2 175.5
4 092.5
2 012.7
2 710.2
3 017.1
3 242.8
2 561.1
2 766.2
1 984.9
2 308.2
2 856.6
2 810.7
2 347.1
3 433.8
2 885.8
2 584.2
1 969.2
2 382.8

1. Tonne of oil equivalent on a net calorific value basis.


2. Electricity price excluding taxes.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

III.34 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

Table 23: Price comparison for competing fuels for electricity generation in US Dollars/toe1
Natural
Gas
Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

Coal2

243.0
..
377.3
305.1
..
..
..
530.2
c
..
c
..
c
..
247.8
..
..
c
435.4
c
c
..
..
..
276.9
394.5
421.1
..
..
..
..
388.2
305.3

Natural
Gas
Canada
Chile
Mexico
United States
Australia
Israel
Japan
Korea
New Zealand
Austria
Belgium
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Italy
Luxembourg
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
United Kingdom

2006
Steam
42.9
82.0
92.6
63.5
..
..
..
78.2
c
140.3
118.5
c
..
..
121.9
117.4
112.7
..
c
98.9
113.2
..
..
..
99.6
95.5
..
..
..
..
x
124.1
123.9

2009
Steam
Coal2

..
..
220.1
208.6
..
207.0
..
503.0
c
..
c
..
c
..
335.8
..
..
c
570.9
c
c
..
..
..
311.6
421.5
734.4
..
..
..
..
518.1
282.7

41.7
136.3
111.7
82.7
..
236.0
..
125.1
c
202.0
144.0
c
..
..
159.4
183.5
159.2
..
c
183.6
174.4
..
..
..
156.9
133.3
..
..
..
..
x
160.6
150.1

Heavy
Fuel Oil
231.6
..
249.7
327.1
..
..
..
..
c
235.5
x
303.4
..
..
382.5
..
361.3
..
..
362.0
c
..
..
x
330.3
323.9
x
..
..
..
..
667.8
432.4

Heavy
Fuel Oil
..
..
298.7
381.7
..
425.1
..
..
c
219.6
x
c
..
..
439.5
..
428.8
..
..
..
c
..
..
x
400.8
352.1
x
..
..
..
..
836.1
410.7

Natural
Gas
295.4
..
351.4
312.8
..
..
..
544.1
c
..
c
..
c
..
267.3
..
..
c
549.0
c
c
..
..
..
349.2
412.7
467.0
..
..
..
..
487.6
319.6

Natural
Gas
..
..
258.9
223.8
..
266.6
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
356.9
..
..
c
421.5
c
c
..
..
..
324.2
432.8
443.0
..
..
..
..
440.9
291.6

1. Tonne of oil equivalent on a net calorific value basis.


2. For the Czech Republic, Mexico and Turkey, the price shown is for brown coal.

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2007
Steam
Coal2
46.7
99.7
100.4
66.4
..
..
..
91.4
c
145.6
141.5
c
..
..
137.4
135.0
130.5
..
c
134.7
144.0
..
..
..
113.2
125.2
..
..
..
..
x
138.7
145.7

2010
Steam
Coal2
..
119.5
119.3
84.9
..
186.4
..
..
c
165.1
..
c
..
..
167.0
174.4
170.4
..
c
134.6
182.6
..
..
..
153.2
144.6
..
..
..
..
x
181.9
170.2

Heavy
Fuel Oil
272.2
..
249.0
360.1
..
..
..
..
c
229.5
x
299.5
..
..
429.5
..
380.1
..
..
357.8
c
..
..
x
388.3
368.6
x
..
..
..
..
818.8
460.5

Heavy
Fuel Oil
..
..
406.7
529.3
..
517.0
..
..
c
385.8
x
c
..
..
557.6
..
513.4
..
..
..
c
..
..
x
514.5
..
x
..
..
..
..
969.5
639.8

Natural
Gas
..
..
469.9
402.7
..
197.1
..
750.7
c
..
c
..
c
..
377.9
..
..
c
693.0
c
c
..
..
..
416.7
577.0
798.8
..
..
..
..
635.5
388.9

Natural
Gas
..
..
243.3
210.3
..
301.7
..
..
c
..
c
..
c
..
437.8
..
..
c
542.3
c
c
..
..
..
355.8
461.2
573.6
..
..
..
..
431.3
396.3

2008
Steam
Coal2
47.4
166.7
114.6
77.6
..
242.5
..
137.8
c
184.8
244.6
c
..
..
234.6
219.2
220.7
..
c
160.6
241.5
..
..
..
157.4
231.4
..
..
..
..
x
161.7
212.4

2011
Steam
Coal2
..
152.6
122.7
90.3
..
271.1
..
..
c
205.7
..
c
..
..
225.1
206.7
221.7
..
c
202.5
..
..
..
..
165.8
185.6
..
..
..
..
x
187.3
227.1

Heavy
Fuel Oil
..
..
437.9
573.4
..
623.8
..
..
c
356.6
x
459.9
..
..
601.1
..
583.8
..
..
597.2
c
..
..
x
536.8
500.7
x
..
..
..
..
1 040.8
540.5

Heavy
Fuel Oil
..
..
530.5
760.2
..
801.4
..
..
c
510.2
x
c
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
c
..
..
x
687.0
..
x
..
..
..
..
1 169.2
816.3

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - IV.1

PART IV
OECD DETAILED NATURAL GAS DATA

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NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - IV.3

OECD TOTAL *

Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

* OECD Total and OECD Europe include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990.

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IV.4 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

OECD TOTAL
Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
6000

5000

Mtoe

4000

3000

2000

1000

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 3741 Mtoe)

(TPES: 5305 Mtoe)


Oil
(36.3%)

Oil
(52.6%)

Nuclear
(10.2%)
Coal
(20.0%)

Hydro
(2.3%)
Other
(6.3%)

Nuclear
(1.3%)

Coal
(22.6%)

Hydro
(2.1%)
Natural Gas
(18.9%)

Other
(2.5%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Natural Gas
(24.9%)

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - IV.5

OECD TOTAL
Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

2 457.55
706.22
710.51
819.25
221.58

2 913.34
719.16
847.84
969.28
377.06

3 441.53
717.56
923.22
1 072.83
727.91

3 674.29
823.91
1 012.89
990.25
847.24

3 793.93
939.10
890.56
970.15
994.11

3 879.21
965.11
894.85
984.22
1 035.04

3 865.84
991.11
893.51
988.00
993.22

1.20
0.90
0.60
0.49
4.03

0.56
1.55
- 0.16
- 0.39
1.49

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1 805.73
62.55
1 613.68
121.92
7.58

1 858.11
146.72
1 533.36
165.83
12.20

2 072.58
229.81
1 596.98
223.26
22.52

2 339.65
302.60
1 766.14
248.02
22.88

3 044.72
596.70
2 065.33
341.58
41.11

3 149.95
636.80
2 100.79
369.05
43.31

3 135.10
648.81
2 066.02
372.40
47.88

1.46
6.35
0.65
2.98
4.97

1.99
5.07
1.23
2.47
3.66

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

404.80
50.38
236.30
111.10
7.02

553.35
87.29
304.77
150.47
10.81

821.52
87.54
512.25
200.67
21.06

1 025.57
136.13
656.87
210.35
22.23

1 393.26
280.78
829.80
246.70
35.99

1 478.38
299.24
855.75
285.96
37.43

1 515.85
306.14
872.72
292.24
44.76

3.54
4.86
3.50
2.58
5.00

2.96
6.14
2.57
1.81
3.66

3 740.55
706.32
1 967.44
844.60
222.19

4 068.27
778.08
1 945.51
966.25
378.43

4 522.50
842.72
1 869.69
1 080.50
729.58

4 873.09
1 000.75
1 998.55
1 025.87
847.92

5 229.70
1 248.64
1 953.00
1 029.17
998.90

5 405.87
1 316.96
1 961.46
1 086.37
1 041.07

5 304.95
1 322.71
1 924.97
1 061.10
996.18

0.92
1.66
- 0.06
0.60
4.03

0.76
2.17
0.14
- 0.09
1.49

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

962.91
120.65
257.79
447.57
136.91

1 241.53
141.64
233.63
594.75
271.52

1 719.36
175.82
153.91
759.51
630.12

1 924.35
245.33
141.37
801.69
735.96

2 174.89
434.20
74.88
843.96
821.84

2 266.76
470.61
71.41
875.50
849.24

..
..
..
..
..

2.34
3.75
- 3.41
1.83
5.06

1.39
5.05
- 3.77
0.71
1.50

Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

2 815.48
498.48
1 584.02
303.19
429.79

2 941.62
558.73
1 573.54
258.92
550.43

3 109.43
589.07
1 592.42
235.88
692.06

3 335.00
665.14
1 731.19
159.05
779.63

3 568.70
705.32
1 745.53
114.54
1 003.31

3 691.11
736.95
1 766.76
128.00
1 059.40

..
..
..
..
..

0.73
1.06
0.30
- 2.30
2.47

0.86
1.13
0.52
- 3.01
2.15

695.32
17.00
665.68
7.34
5.31

782.29
16.96
756.67
2.60
6.07

940.33
18.68
913.59
0.29
7.77

1 036.92
22.07
1 003.24
0.10
11.50

1 167.37
20.83
1 101.93
0.14
44.47

1 179.69
22.67
1 107.26
0.14
49.61

..
..
..
..
..

1.44
0.78
1.38
- 10.23
6.23

1.14
0.97
0.97
- 3.70
9.72

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

1 178.71
256.01
525.25
185.79
211.66

1 185.69
268.11
503.29
162.65
251.65

1 120.17
261.59
421.59
163.26
273.73

1 156.62
275.21
451.98
126.76
302.67

1 116.92
261.03
433.20
92.24
330.45

1 193.95
285.22
448.67
104.30
355.76

..
..
..
..
..

0.03
0.29
- 0.43
- 1.55
1.41

0.32
0.43
0.31
- 2.22
1.32

941.45
225.47
393.09
110.07
212.83

973.65
273.67
313.58
93.68
292.71

1 048.93
308.80
257.24
72.33
410.57

1 141.46
367.86
275.96
32.19
465.46

1 284.42
423.47
210.41
22.16
628.39

1 317.48
429.06
210.83
23.57
654.02

..
..
..
..
..

0.91
1.75
- 1.67
- 4.08
3.08

1.15
1.66
- 0.99
- 5.45
2.36

549.16
144.14
198.68
76.67
129.67

556.43
173.92
149.96
63.87
168.68

599.01
198.67
120.57
47.40
232.37

661.06
234.51
128.18
24.03
274.34

709.98
265.26
96.79
16.10
331.82

733.98
269.23
96.55
18.11
350.08

..
..
..
..
..

0.79
1.70
- 1.93
- 3.82
2.72

1.02
1.53
- 1.10
- 4.70
2.07

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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IV.6 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

OECD TOTAL
Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

876 229

861 892

889 704

881 435

1 155 135

1 145 614

1 177 825

1 205 091

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

78 887
66 129
- 14 829
6 346

146 512
91 215
- 7 377
5 449

182 635
112 321
- 721
20 315

5 717
279 172
110 000
- 20 738
3 945

4 150
731 083
343 289
2 253
- 8 646

4 206
718 772
343 218
- 7 885
4 214

4 371
762 481
364 810
17 064
- 1 461

4 627
775 143
372 664
- 13 199
5 394

Total consumption

867 812

904 363

938 982

1 031 641

1 557 978

1 513 275

1 598 392

1 593 604

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

158 990
131 316
2 563
15 315
727
95
817
7 848
309

159 660
133 569
5 573
13 815
1 890
180
1 275
3 178
180

177 791
153 113
5 812
10 140
1 963
2 057
1 301
3 314
91

219 846
153 317
7 264
15 407
34 538
2 453
1 203
3 617
1 244
803

535 004
377 787
13 366
89 132
41 282
6 750
2 852
325
2 080
1 430

528 954
375 315
15 049
87 496
38 305
6 133
2 549
328
2 375
1 404

571 936
403 263
15 931
96 011
41 631
7 441
2 666
336
2 335
2 322

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

88 612
159
55 699
31 111
364
1 155
124

90 187
197
63 030
24 990
482
1 316
172

68 206
189
45 571
20 681
527
1 041
197

86 889
228
61 007
23 089
528
593
1 444

121 767
144
81 110
30 994
68
472
8 979

124 292
139
82 240
31 852
44
328
9 689

129 279
148
83 931
34 087
61
371
10 681

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

3 284

3 115

3 238

3 595

3 327

3 921

4 541

..

Final consumption

616 926

651 401

689 747

721 311

897 880

856 108

892 636

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

309 908
15 497
24 514
1 779
12 386
776
5 013
1 273
3 952
3 155
74
52
1 215
240 222

285 119
20 455
28 329
3 799
17 519
1 343
8 218
3 275
6 426
6 652
148
84
2 288
186 583

309 131
21 447
30 155
3 981
18 506
1 356
8 640
5 771
7 281
6 948
129
112
2 506
202 299

275 595
17 798
85 033
5 421
18 006
2 944
8 715
3 279
11 925
10 866
422
1 542
3 584
106 060

307 753
30 767
75 152
14 480
38 267
11 478
24 046
11 833
37 715
28 998
3 433
2 629
7 312
21 643

282 171
25 704
69 527
13 978
33 124
10 346
21 630
12 712
36 089
27 397
3 212
2 679
6 948
18 825

308 546
28 389
76 450
14 521
34 935
11 227
23 219
15 395
38 803
29 318
3 403
3 131
7 370
22 385

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

20 803
169
20 634
-

15 518
303
15 177
38

20 680
327
20 008
345

22 711
376
22 323
12

27 064
2 678
24 225
161

25 234
3 132
21 932
170

27 502
3 829
23 502
171

..
..
..
..

279 012
85 786
177 618
149
15 459

330 030
93 932
209 710
591
25 797

338 046
95 403
213 958
757
27 928

378 965
122 276
243 900
6 143
6 646

524 894
180 197
328 999
5 342
10 356

514 110
178 754
321 633
5 225
8 498

519 849
183 998
325 637
5 628
4 586

..
..
..
..
..

7 203
7 203
-

20 734
20 704
30

21 890
21 859
31

44 040
44 016
24

38 169
36 768
1 401

34 593
33 322
1 271

36 739
35 397
1 342

..
..
..

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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OECD TOTAL
Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

32 862 576

32 209 258

33 464 940

33 390 264

44 093 252

43 699 546

44 909 613

46 119 593

2 910 745
2 344 333
- 561 580
260 882

5 464 382
3 276 607
- 272 808
221 630

6 827 420
4 062 009
- 23 813
768 412

232 829
10 693 825
4 073 690
- 795 826
174 436

165 580
28 240 316
13 008 403
86 039
- 366 926

166 473
27 766 453
13 065 771
- 297 074
149 769

174 922
29 632 363
13 924 753
665 328
- 66 580

187 566
30 191 355
14 245 469
- 515 508
52 788

32 606 526

33 902 595

35 438 126

39 272 966

59 943 710

58 119 858

61 524 053

61 684 749

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

5 921 100
4 954 734
85 984
514 630
26 894
3 668
28 164
296 616
10 410

5 944 573
5 033 657
202 390
468 369
65 871
6 908
44 514
116 631
6 233

6 716 058
5 839 077
213 069
349 078
67 584
76 727
45 359
121 875
3 289

8 391 423
5 919 632
270 124
541 113
1 313 889
94 096
42 785
133 277
45 964
30 543

20 634 668
14 638 553
520 125
3 375 112
1 588 181
253 398
111 355
14 146
79 569
54 229

20 362 579
14 511 440
582 684
3 308 742
1 470 672
231 124
99 978
13 642
91 271
53 026

22 067 743
15 612 195
622 603
3 650 779
1 600 326
284 544
104 147
13 634
89 950
89 565

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

3 367 277
5 989
2 116 693
1 182 666
12 464
45 297
4 168

3 420 211
7 191
2 391 413
946 980
16 904
51 720
6 003

2 602 774
7 018
1 741 233
788 358
18 603
40 587
6 975

3 337 610
8 563
2 351 879
880 406
19 692
21 675
55 395

4 704 987
5 468
3 128 369
1 181 304
2 704
18 488
368 654

4 782 502
5 339
3 161 056
1 211 500
1 741
12 800
390 066

4 984 800
5 675
3 237 174
1 298 254
2 441
14 389
426 867

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

122 373

114 700

119 628

133 074

130 641

154 327

178 737

..

Final consumption

23 195 776

24 423 111

25 999 666

27 410 859

34 473 414

32 820 450

34 292 773

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

11 653 618
555 670
889 989
64 294
450 421
27 016
184 431
46 098
140 437
114 311
2 661
1 990
43 232
9 133 068

10 704 186
748 252
1 047 419
140 794
647 328
47 844
304 390
121 940
232 778
248 615
5 195
3 186
83 997
7 072 448

11 678 433
787 423
1 121 310
148 036
685 127
48 910
320 228
216 616
264 946
259 948
4 572
4 186
92 465
7 724 666

10 505 902
672 744
3 242 838
206 256
682 439
109 320
330 099
125 009
448 094
412 800
15 776
58 913
135 955
4 065 659

11 849 494
1 184 499
2 888 724
572 529
1 476 569
441 838
923 502
452 412
1 446 869
1 112 607
131 110
102 541
283 118
833 176

10 838 120
988 375
2 662 239
545 931
1 271 525
398 079
830 141
487 942
1 383 160
1 049 816
122 649
104 757
268 801
724 705

11 877 570
1 097 699
2 932 953
563 515
1 344 271
432 728
892 729
593 767
1 489 243
1 126 519
129 966
122 267
285 062
866 851

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

791 006
6 393
784 613
-

588 875
11 522
576 018
1 335

789 063
12 442
763 955
12 666

869 345
14 279
854 604
462

1 039 775
105 540
927 694
6 541

969 090
123 751
838 543
6 796

1 055 047
151 065
897 161
6 821

..
..
..
..

10 491 652
3 255 279
6 707 249
5 439
523 685

12 378 504
3 554 115
7 903 193
22 230
898 966

12 734 741
3 628 844
8 093 049
28 127
984 721

14 369 407
4 676 162
9 244 657
201 807
246 781

20 135 436
6 904 307
12 636 460
193 482
401 187

19 705 491
6 846 647
12 343 490
188 196
327 158

19 965 558
7 051 917
12 528 081
201 510
184 050

..
..
..
..
..

259 500
259 500
-

751 546
750 361
1 185

797 429
796 223
1 206

1 666 205
1 665 287
918

1 448 709
1 395 149
53 560

1 307 749
1 259 193
48 556

1 394 598
1 343 457
51 141

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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IV.8 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

OECD TOTAL
Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres

2010

2011e

Terajoules

Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

1 553
92 627
3 273
1 162
6 521
129
801
47 502
101 798
11 187
29 041
2 325
297 919

2 169
92 872
2 571
1 168
6 845
147
849
47 710
97 773
13 355
30 338
4 347
300 144

1 105
87 834
2 148
1 125
7 970
132
76
44 711
91 154
10 818
42 739
4 487
294 299

61 295
3 516 921
119 141
44 724
245 345
4 892
29 855
1 707 835
3 974 035
407 706
1 117 608
88 814
11 318 171

85 314
3 526 215
99 115
44 948
258 147
5 579
31 648
1 838 696
3 779 357
485 991
1 167 406
165 976
11 488 392

43 703
3 334 942
82 049
43 990
305 234
5 024
2 819
1 742 474
3 534 521
392 598
1 642 774
172 037
11 302 165

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

30 894
4 960
5 252
130 447
13 357
184 910

35 561
4 521
7 766
121 788
12 563
182 199

33 183
3 807
8 190
129 364
3 597
178 141

1 198 621
189 980
201 187
4 934 705
510 526
7 035 019

1 376 870
173 178
297 431
4 717 742
479 679
7 044 900

1 292 120
145 790
313 704
5 049 750
137 488
6 938 852

Non-specified

24 194

28 044

32 932

974 621

1 044 603

1 220 490

Total imports

507 023

510 387

505 372

19 327 811

19 577 895

19 461 507

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

19 212
859
3 097
23 168

19 895
1 005
4 462
25 362

19 990
613
3 762
24 365

753 731
33 547
124 642
911 920

779 429
39 819
179 432
998 680

782 137
24 690
161 745
968 572

20 827
9 068
12 197
3 792
21 855
758
25 254
12 286
11 260
39 165
16 157
7 205
334
7 469
187 627

18 861
9 344
10 257
2 367
26 407
579
26 916
21 700
10 060
972
58 023
13 785
7 455
3 817
12 219
222 762

16 026
9 548
6 650
5 147
21 547
86
26 386
23 521
11 533
3 073
76 458
12 526
7 893
7 537
14 461
242 392

846 784
355 414
487 594
151 988
862 961
30 581
1 005 242
493 160
456 987
1 567 014
642 421
281 052
13 741
294 620
7 489 559

765 922
367 137
411 920
94 204
1 049 172
23 482
1 066 961
878 724
408 905
38 793
2 316 411
546 082
291 622
155 583
486 822
8 901 740

644 515
374 791
266 312
202 963
867 575
3 481
1 043 145
943 283
464 773
122 574
3 018 795
500 603
307 808
307 485
573 643
9 641 746

Non-specified

954

3 970

3 014

37 163

154 048

119 530

Total imports

211 749

252 094

269 771

8 438 642

10 054 468

10 729 848

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - IV.9

OECD TOTAL
Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres

2011e

Terajoules

Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

19 212
1 631
92 627
3 273
1 162
6 521
137
801
47 502
104 809
11 187
29 900
2 325
321 087

19 895
2 331
92 872
2 571
1 168
6 845
147
849
47 710
102 073
13 355
31 343
4 347
325 506

19 990
1 356
87 834
2 148
1 125
7 970
167
76
44 711
94 628
10 818
43 352
4 489
318 664

753 731
64 438
3 516 921
119 141
44 724
245 345
5 243
29 855
1 707 835
4 095 183
407 706
1 151 155
88 814
12 230 091

779 429
91 966
3 526 215
99 115
44 948
258 147
5 579
31 648
1 838 696
3 952 137
485 991
1 207 225
165 976
12 487 072

782 137
53 971
3 334 942
82 049
43 990
305 234
6 397
2 819
1 742 474
3 684 558
392 598
1 667 464
172 104
12 270 737

Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

51 721
885
4 960
9 068
13 707
3 792
21 855
5 252
9 926
25 254
12 286
11 260
39 165
137 844
16 157
7 205
334
1 866
372 537

54 422
556
4 521
9 344
12 407
2 367
26 407
7 766
9 980
26 916
21 700
10 060
58 023
134 007
13 785
7 455
3 817
1 428
404 961

49 209
294
3 807
9 548
7 352
5 147
21 547
8 190
2 425
26 386
23 521
11 533
76 458
143 825
12 526
7 893
7 537
3 335
420 533

2 045 405
34 575
189 980
355 414
545 744
151 988
862 961
201 187
379 882
1 005 242
493 160
456 987
1 567 014
5 226 662
642 421
281 052
13 741
71 163
14 524 578

2 142 792
21 647
173 178
367 137
494 392
94 204
1 049 172
297 431
381 660
1 066 961
878 724
408 905
2 316 411
5 204 564
546 082
291 622
155 583
56 175
15 946 640

1 936 635
11 445
145 790
374 791
293 257
202 963
867 575
313 704
92 597
1 043 145
943 283
464 773
3 018 795
5 623 393
500 603
307 808
307 485
132 556
16 580 598

Non-specified

25 148

32 014

35 946

1 011 784

1 198 651

1 340 020

Total imports

718 772

762 481

775 143

27 766 453

29 632 363

30 191 355

Memo: Total OPEC

125 555

159 346

167 696

4 967 700

6 308 640

6 612 822

2010

2011e

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

19 689
19 839
3 289
22 249
54 351
4 946
12 882
18 288
1 792
9 674
12 382
3 881
1 219
1 034
33 687
96 799
4 698
320 699

26 585
21 006
3 030
19 614
50 074
5 133
14 938
19 480
1 859
9 443
12 204
3 698
1 641
926
39 547
97 302
5 487
331 967

Terajoules
25 864
26 535
3 157
18 553
48 337
5 287
16 402
19 957
1 728
14 167
11 809
3 215
1 296
676
35 675
93 401
6 532
332 591

736 595
753 244
130 518
833 257
1 998 080
195 685
469 360
729 461
71 650
360 656
493 561
154 002
50 674
37 576
1 283 355
3 722 006
185 460
12 205 140

983 760
797 712
120 276
730 705
1 847 952
202 558
536 059
777 003
74 116
351 833
491 458
146 940
68 193
32 805
1 509 297
3 750 195
217 236
12 638 098

957 389
1 007 489
125 080
688 359
1 779 849
208 949
597 276
777 870
70 463
527 871
477 426
127 544
53 927
22 953
1 370 958
3 598 368
258 193
12 649 964

22 519

32 843

40 073

860 631

1 286 655

1 595 505

343 218

364 810

372 664

13 065 771

13 924 753

14 245 469

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

IV.10 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

OECD TOTAL
Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

108 879
67 219
36 530
38 461
1 461
176 568
138 259
105 614

96 928
59 059
31 532
24 623
-1 891
150 969
105 614
86 167

102 897
59 471
32 196
11 135
-1 402
142 709
86 167
79 160

93 226
53 958
26 489
-10 655
-1 133
111 173
79 160
89 476

93 241
50 507
24 365
-22 602
215
96 566
89 476
108 451

90 476
52 571
23 143
-22 758
533
96 613
108 451
126 967

92 114
55 833
23 907
-21 001
- 160
103 199
126 967
143 228

90 977
54 750
25 210
-15 972
956
103 589
143 228
156 229

87 361
54 986
25 067
-13 635
3 192
100 453
156 229
168 312

94 537
57 719
26 054
-6 209
4 160
115 833
162 351
168 449

96 389
64 867
30 250
213
2 351
128 868
168 449
168 965

104 847
74 541
34 924
30 441
5 752
169 153
168 965
142 504

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

107 192
75 765
36 048
41 484
3 715
184 678
142 546
106 856

97 333
67 755
32 147
29 836
1 399
161 378
106 856
81 526

100 778
70 741
31 467
4 834
- 775
145 661
81 526
77 814

94 780
59 807
26 958
-12 354
- 413
115 688
77 814
89 102

96 862
57 805
29 046
-17 470
1 917
106 234
89 102
104 790

90 509
54 889
26 666
-18 754
- 444
100 422
104 790
121 299

94 143
54 922
26 295
-14 324
984
107 462
121 299
133 105

92 973
54 131
24 939
-13 176
1 287
107 702
133 105
144 716

89 283
53 180
22 870
-14 573
2 326
102 694
144 716
157 788

99 613
60 532
29 979
-10 738
3 060
116 368
157 788
168 471

100 514
66 596
32 111
5 471
2 081
138 389
168 471
165 046

109 780
77 895
38 055
35 093
790
183 923
165 046
137 105

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

109 242
79 524
39 355
38 155
242
187 324
137 105
104 618

97 116
72 011
35 771
26 674
604
159 426
104 618
82 119

105 877
75 970
37 452
6 633
- 499
151 527
82 119
76 661

95 988
64 727
30 533
-11 136
1 170
117 876
76 661
86 899

95 088
64 339
29 583
-21 036
1 803
107 005
86 899
105 727

92 423
58 308
27 575
-18 438
1 408
103 310
105 727
122 105

94 996
58 383
28 975
-14 244
869
109 291
122 105
134 442

95 758
58 487
29 511
-14 757
447
109 530
134 442
147 856

93 191
55 548
28 448
-16 032
816
103 443
147 856
162 434

100 840
62 533
32 449
-12 889
2 715
115 320
162 434
175 083

103 569
66 937
35 107
3 435
2 626
136 208
175 083
172 851

109 342
73 182
37 087
20 474
2 182
163 729
172 851
155 358

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

4165 333
2601 490
1381 024
1458 751
58 243
6786 307
5329 053
4076 856

3710 700
2286 954
1198 027
931 634
-67 987
5799 248
4076 856
3328 663

3942 146
2306 986
1226 207
415 254
-49 017
5487 196
3328 663
3059 845

3593 917
2094 755
1019 296
-407 872
922
4260 582
3059 845
3456 039

3595 870
1955 997
940 931
-857 327
10 002
3743 607
3456 039
4184 653

3474 025
2033 895
894 693
-863 017
34 956
3715 254
4184 653
4897 697

3554 493
2155 414
917 102
-793 200
31 409
3968 196
4897 697
5522 564

3507 591
2112 383
959 779
-598 987
40 178
4021 030
5522 564
6021 231

3371 423
2120 842
960 885
-513 971
104 098
3913 311
6021 231
6483 381

3632 328
2235 695
995 047
-238 101
154 627
4480 248
6256 267
6492 520

3696 233
2515 522
1154 755
8 697
104 267
4961 430
6492 520
6511 296

4007 899
2880 472
1319 384
1165 890
226 013
6508 864
6511 296
5491 505

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

4095 993
2947 506
1372 113
1600 157
164 268
7107 275
5493 011
4117 134

3725 821
2637 084
1224 747
1147 887
74 294
6211 751
4117 134
3143 504

3881 056
2754 729
1210 732
186 674
-8 217
5619 944
3143 504
3000 230

3638 697
2326 089
1026 230
-471 408
8 743
4458 405
3000 230
3430 160

3723 165
2248 834
1110 919
-670 799
98 269
4092 012
3430 160
4031 744

3485 952
2135 104
1022 050
-724 621
4 746
3869 639
4031 744
4669 378

3639 770
2134 718
1016 862
-553 911
60 593
4143 122
4669 378
5125 554

3588 498
2106 276
961 101
-510 957
71 953
4150 763
5125 554
5575 668

3441 995
2077 394
884 815
-561 154
119 958
3953 462
5575 668
6078 747

3829 017
2355 653
1156 717
-412 306
136 706
4478 941
6078 747
6488 947

3854 805
2596 515
1231 427
211 048
100 226
5330 715
6488 947
6357 261

4199 130
3032 770
1454 218
1353 670
48 227
7083 125
6357 261
5280 850

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
4182 178 3717 335 4058 231
+ Imports
3092 748 2802 688 2960 164
- Exports
1510 383 1365 939 1434 665
+ Stock changes
1472 600 1022 893 252 912
- Statistical difference
85
14 863 -27 221
Total consumption
7237 058 6162 114 5863 863
Opening stock level
5280 850 4027 566 3166 186
Closing stock level
4027 566 3166 186 2958 648
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

3696 136
2515 970
1176 974
-427 823
39 544
4567 765
2958 648
3351 530

3665 186
2503 402
1142 358
-811 014
65 250
4149 966
3351 530
4076 769

3561 514
2264 142
1062 568
-708 356
46 342
4008 390
4076 769
4705 338

3656 043
2267 935
1114 566
-560 934
13 628
4234 850
4705 338
5192 297

3693 663
2276 235
1144 272
-572 318
6 502
4246 806
5192 297
5712 402

3588 321
2160 874
1099 700
-618 270
19 978
4011 247
5712 402
6274 397

3876 230
2430 923
1248 015
-497 754
92 501
4468 883
6274 397
6762 845

3973 228
2599 775
1347 155
134 503
87 430
5272 921
6762 845
6674 836

4183 476
2847 404
1415 162
791 065
70 706
6336 077
6674 836
5999 317

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)


Mcm

Mcm

45000

120000

40000
100000
35000
80000

30000
25000

60000
20000
40000

15000
10000

20000

Jan-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Jan-11

Stock changes

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

5000

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

200000

50000

180000
40000
160000
30000

140000

20000

120000

10000

100000
80000

0
60000
-10000
40000
-20000

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

0
Jan-09

-30000

20000

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
3000

2500

Mtoe

2000

1500

1000

500

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 1950 Mtoe)

(TPES: 2678 Mtoe)


Oil
(36.8%)

Oil
(47.9%)

Nuclear
(1.4%)

Coal
(16.9%)

Nuclear
(9.0%)

Coal
(19.5%)

Hydro
(2.4%)
Other
(5.3%)

Hydro
(2.1%)
Other
(2.8%)
Natural Gas
(28.9%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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OECD AMERICAS
Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

1 706.82
575.05
660.41
347.53
123.83

1 913.51
540.46
698.45
470.94
203.67

2 128.80
530.80
680.61
585.08
332.30

2 217.92
589.78
667.28
575.65
385.22

2 306.23
654.87
649.67
566.12
435.57

2 357.91
670.80
672.73
570.70
443.69

2 437.79
710.78
694.09
579.58
453.35

0.94
0.56
0.13
1.35
3.47

0.65
1.40
0.09
- 0.05
1.49

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

411.60
24.23
374.04
11.67
1.67

429.49
22.82
390.60
13.17
2.90

511.78
36.05
459.19
13.03
3.52

600.84
67.78
513.65
14.62
4.79

862.29
116.07
712.77
26.35
7.10

874.08
121.06
719.97
26.80
6.24

850.01
123.56
696.16
22.93
7.36

1.93
4.38
1.65
1.79
3.98

2.45
6.04
2.00
2.73
3.58

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

141.19
24.94
75.95
38.68
1.62

179.70
21.94
86.27
68.61
2.89

292.06
35.01
164.11
89.44
3.51

345.20
68.49
191.32
80.65
4.75

467.73
103.87
304.64
51.79
7.42

511.65
106.01
330.48
67.92
7.23

565.15
111.61
358.61
83.44
11.50

3.72
4.02
4.17
2.04
5.29

3.19
5.68
3.79
- 0.33
5.82

1 950.36
562.81
934.32
329.35
123.88

2 101.88
542.19
954.97
401.05
203.67

2 260.04
517.22
920.09
490.42
332.31

2 446.13
600.48
953.38
506.99
385.28

2 619.84
664.89
1 001.53
518.46
434.96

2 677.20
692.81
1 003.67
538.13
442.60

2 678.17
720.96
985.92
522.27
449.02

0.84
0.65
0.14
1.22
3.45

0.81
1.59
0.33
0.30
1.44

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

474.83
89.29
88.70
225.57
71.28

605.03
90.22
74.04
307.54
133.24

852.89
95.10
46.64
420.58
290.57

980.85
138.36
34.39
472.79
335.31

1 050.31
206.73
26.80
470.37
346.41

1 091.80
223.60
24.50
494.78
348.93

..
..
..
..
..

2.28
2.51
- 3.42
2.15
4.39

1.24
4.37
- 3.17
0.82
0.92

1 492.94
398.00
795.17
81.46
218.31

1 539.62
386.57
812.85
62.72
277.49

1 547.78
361.35
808.78
61.04
316.61

1 656.35
392.23
857.62
36.35
370.15

1 782.24
377.15
905.67
28.28
471.14

1 833.43
386.08
924.99
31.99
490.36

..
..
..
..
..

0.56
- 0.08
0.41
- 2.49
2.21

0.85
0.33
0.67
- 3.18
2.21

462.11
16.84
444.32
0.25
0.69

494.48
16.38
477.53
0.05
0.52

562.26
18.31
543.23
..
0.72

610.38
21.45
585.51
..
3.41

689.93
17.33
648.50
..
24.10

701.92
18.72
655.62
..
27.58

..
..
..
..
..

1.14
0.29
1.06
..
10.46

1.12
0.11
0.94
..
19.97

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

554.19
195.95
188.85
66.85
102.54

581.09
182.44
222.57
54.57
121.50

504.77
158.10
183.00
51.25
112.43

524.42
162.97
188.97
33.39
139.08

502.15
150.03
184.89
26.66
140.57

535.99
159.74
196.43
30.46
149.37

..
..
..
..
..

- 0.09
- 0.55
0.11
- 2.10
1.02

0.30
0.05
0.35
- 2.57
1.43

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

476.64
185.20
162.00
14.35
115.07

464.05
187.75
112.74
8.10
155.47

480.75
184.94
82.55
9.80
203.46

521.55
207.81
83.13
2.95
227.66

590.16
209.78
72.28
1.62
306.47

595.52
207.63
72.95
1.53
313.41

..
..
..
..
..

0.60
0.31
- 2.13
- 5.87
2.74

1.08
0.58
- 0.62
- 8.86
2.18

273.65
119.39
87.65
3.61
63.00

257.22
119.74
57.30
1.69
78.49

257.47
114.85
38.35
1.59
102.67

299.08
127.28
41.20
1.82
128.78

317.28
126.31
32.72
0.01
158.24

322.39
125.39
31.59
0.01
165.41

..
..
..
..
..

0.44
0.13
- 2.72
- 14.49
2.64

1.13
0.44
- 0.97
- 22.01
2.41

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1
Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

703 479

635 171

657 992

642 933

796 360

798 052

816 188

862 257

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

29 648
30 609
- 14 110
7 938

27 345
26 728
- 4 190
7 937

27 900
26 814
1 036
20 738

1 398
44 489
43 113
- 17 731
3 142

2 222
143 063
131 388
7 589
- 1 883

2 357
141 334
126 294
- 2 683
7 028

2 321
147 193
128 639
8 254
5 371

2 241
150 195
135 652
- 2 233
8 223

Total consumption

680 470

623 661

639 376

624 834

819 729

805 738

839 946

868 585

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

109 211
109 181
30
-

95 383
94 878
505
-

109 778
109 137
641
-

115 731
84 357
775
289
29 597
293
420

248 310
188 743
6 214
35 425
15 131
19
2 080
698

255 437
194 744
7 629
34 684
15 283
13
2 375
709

275 592
210 942
7 810
37 086
16 438
15
2 335
966

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

84 294
53 673
30 621
-

81 243
57 652
23 591
-

58 815
39 571
19 244
-

71 468
115
50 787
20 566
-

89 939
114
65 029
24 795
1
-

90 930
105
66 143
24 680
2
-

94 007
113
67 593
26 263
3
35

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

146

154

136

..

Final consumption

486 819

446 881

470 647

437 635

481 480

459 371

470 347

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

238 936
1 252
2 077
16
702
78
338
35
212
234 226

194 917
3 341
6 101
719
1 657
106
2 049
44
2 332
178 568

216 782
3 687
7 660
834
1 768
134
4 493
52
2 473
195 681

166 142
3 648
59 637
703
1 248
47
2 255
140
3 424
517
94 523

177 997
14 866
48 590
7 663
16 374
7 515
12 304
11 069
20 562
17 496
2 599
486
3 599
14 874

164 097
13 240
45 266
6 935
15 031
6 831
11 177
11 944
18 703
16 827
2 361
376
3 269
12 137

175 082
13 435
48 660
7 246
15 670
7 197
11 795
14 308
19 769
17 641
2 492
478
3 450
12 941

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

20 611
20 611
-

15 142
15 142
-

19 968
19 968
-

22 255
51
22 204
-

23 006
817
22 189
-

21 100
914
20 186
-

22 819
952
21 867
-

..
..
..
..

226 672
80 564
146 108
-

232 621
82 603
149 699
319
-

228 774
82 556
145 881
337
-

224 518
84 526
139 379
613
-

260 061
101 619
157 849
593
-

255 417
100 995
153 794
628
-

253 132
99 534
152 879
719
-

..
..
..
..
..

600
600
-

4 201
4 201
-

5 123
5 123
-

24 720
24 720
-

20 416
19 015
1 401

18 757
17 486
1 271

19 314
17 972
1 342

..
..
..

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

26 758 754

24 127 929

25 149 238

24 699 965

30 443 367

30 473 347

31 214 307

33 074 823

1 127 308
1 160 421
- 536 321
301 251

1 037 821
1 013 909
- 158 982
301 415

1 062 007
1 020 783
39 222
787 222

52 084
1 677 498
1 629 126
- 680 323
97 597

81 846
5 460 434
5 010 286
296 598
- 75 291

86 300
5 401 033
4 833 405
- 101 237
271 643

85 996
5 633 264
4 932 964
323 897
223 815

84 243
5 749 756
5 193 603
- 82 360
131 801

25 888 069

23 691 444

24 442 462

24 022 501

31 347 250

30 754 395

32 100 685

33 501 058

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

4 154 897
4 153 725
1 172
-

3 623 500
3 604 304
19 196
-

4 198 166
4 173 811
24 355
-

4 452 142
3 248 879
29 308
10 919
1 136 099
11 062
15 875

9 491 194
7 213 111
236 436
1 355 612
579 018
743
79 569
26 705

9 738 707
7 420 909
289 690
1 325 370
583 699
516
91 271
27 252

10 532 570
8 061 446
301 388
1 415 431
626 580
578
89 950
37 197

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

3 207 364
2 043 019
1 164 345
-

3 086 873
2 191 547
895 326
-

2 250 607
1 515 468
735 139
-

2 755 509
4 350
1 962 389
788 770
-

3 435 752
4 358
2 483 721
947 620
53
-

3 465 795
4 048
2 520 882
940 773
92
-

3 602 326
4 360
2 592 663
1 003 824
103
1 376

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

5 726

6 038

5 337

..

18 520 082

16 975 033

17 988 352

16 814 850

18 420 304

17 549 893

17 965 789

..

9 094 536
49 423
82 016
637
27 701
3 084
13 324
1 367
8 350
8 908 634

7 410 080
129 121
236 659
27 271
64 178
4 149
78 155
1 721
88 830
6 779 996

8 291 873
142 476
297 199
31 651
68 669
5 292
170 861
2 063
94 221
7 479 441

6 401 274
145 597
2 304 772
26 719
50 145
1 939
86 802
5 777
130 742
19 524
3 629 257

6 807 186
567 539
1 858 533
293 212
626 068
287 537
470 852
423 214
786 751
669 237
99 468
18 602
137 724
568 449

6 265 943
504 098
1 728 338
265 008
573 107
260 865
426 869
458 289
714 111
642 633
90 176
14 458
124 859
463 132

6 692 601
514 222
1 858 307
276 474
598 089
274 343
449 591
551 866
753 738
673 870
94 976
18 404
131 505
497 216

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

783 723
783 723
-

574 684
574 684
-

762 395
762 395
-

852 068
1 919
850 149
-

880 365
31 288
849 077
-

806 625
34 942
771 683
-

871 036
36 367
834 669
-

..
..
..
..

8 618 155
3 062 587
5 555 568
-

8 828 445
3 134 599
5 681 738
12 108
-

8 736 609
3 152 030
5 571 822
12 757
-

8 605 937
3 238 363
5 344 403
23 171
-

9 952 262
3 888 505
6 041 086
22 671
-

9 761 913
3 860 280
5 877 469
24 164
-

9 661 611
3 799 273
5 834 658
27 680
-

..
..
..
..
..

23 668
23 668
-

161 824
161 824
-

197 475
197 475
-

955 571
955 571
-

780 491
726 931
53 560

715 412
666 856
48 556

740 541
689 400
51 141

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Losses
Final consumption
Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified
Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

2010

2011e

Terajoules

92 627
801
29 041
122 469

92 872
849
30 338
124 059

87 834
76
42 739
130 649

3 516 921
29 855
1 117 608
4 664 384

3 526 215
31 648
1 167 406
4 725 269

3 334 942
2 819
1 642 774
4 980 535

885
885

556
556

294
294

34 575
34 575

21 647
21 647

11 445
11 445

Non-specified

Total imports

123 354

124 615

130 943

4 698 959

4 746 916

4 991 980

2010

2011e

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

918
918

737
737

77
430
507

36 802
36 802

29 643
29 643

2 988
17 292
20 280

5 081
335
3 082
668
7 733
91
72
17 062

173
2 636
1 342
891
4 348
810
2 645
7 643
1 353
21 841

1 105
1 315
348
1 219
1 122
5 049
6 142
2 445
18 745

196 790
13 034
120 004
26 987
302 167
3 627
2 663
665 272

6 727
102 241
52 590
34 219
170 443
32 164
106 326
298 252
53 743
856 705

42 844
51 201
13 355
46 850
44 026
203 076
239 444
96 700
737 496

Non-specified

Total imports

17 980

22 578

19 252

702 074

886 348

757 776

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres


Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

2011e

Terajoules

92 627
801
918
29 041
123 387

92 872
849
737
30 338
124 796

87 834
76
430
42 816
131 156

3 516 921
29 855
36 802
1 117 608
4 701 186

3 526 215
31 648
29 643
1 167 406
4 754 912

3 334 942
2 819
17 292
1 645 762
5 000 815

885
5 081
335
3 082
668
7 733
91
72
17 947

173
556
2 636
1 342
891
4 348
2 645
7 643
1 353
810
22 397

294
1 105
1 315
348
1 219
5 049
6 142
2 445
1 122
19 039

34 575
196 790
13 034
120 004
26 987
302 167
3 627
2 663
699 847

6 727
21 647
102 241
52 590
34 219
170 443
106 326
298 252
53 743
32 164
878 352

11 445
42 844
51 201
13 355
46 850
203 076
239 444
96 700
44 026
748 941

Non-specified

Total imports

141 334

147 193

150 195

5 401 033

5 633 264

5 749 756

3 750

7 166

6 268

146 991

283 496

249 926

2010

2011e

Memo: Total OPEC

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

19 839
865
77
9 585
95 928
126 294

20 919
932
334
9 443
117
271
96 449
128 465

Terajoules
26 535
510
259
14 167
168
81
92 974
82
134 776

753 244
32 541
3 050
357 141
3 687 429
4 833 405

794 259
35 083
13 170
351 833
4 735
10 688
3 716 335
4 926 103

1 007 489
19 195
10 197
527 871
6 806
3 192
3 581 449
3 285
5 159 484

174

876

6 861

34 119

126 294

128 639

135 652

4 833 405

4 932 964

5 193 603

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres
Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

71 834
13 519
12 450
22 520
1 050
94 373
80 382
60 370

65 082
12 319
11 666
12 778
-2 247
80 760
60 370
49 752

71 811
12 190
12 666
4 598
- 761
76 694
49 752
46 968

66 518
11 819
9 886
-7 181
- 436
61 706
46 968
54 051

68 032
9 968
8 718
-14 707
473
54 102
54 051
67 207

66 088
10 069
8 525
-12 606
1 432
53 594
67 207
78 112

67 251
11 180
8 838
-11 045
1 088
57 460
78 112
87 456

68 250
11 795
10 645
-7 885
1 326
60 189
87 456
95 063

65 058
11 216
10 438
-8 146
2 164
55 526
95 063
103 181

66 947
10 186
9 121
-4 274
3 837
59 901
103 181
107 819

65 422
11 438
10 048
- 159
3 197
63 456
107 819
108 599

69 273
13 319
11 863
22 658
5 933
87 454
108 599
88 581

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

70 243
14 608
11 824
25 612
3 504
95 135
88 581
65 199

63 839
12 337
10 260
19 716
1 418
84 214
65 199
47 638

69 972
12 836
10 645
1 377
-1 027
74 567
47 638
46 763

66 825
11 245
9 246
-10 134
-1 182
59 872
46 763
56 914

69 033
11 304
10 109
-11 789
935
57 504
56 914
68 476

65 505
11 009
9 674
-9 739
- 65
57 166
68 476
77 544

69 913
12 476
10 442
-6 842
2 001
63 104
77 544
83 932

70 753
11 590
10 818
-5 403
2 052
64 070
83 932
89 223

67 711
10 976
9 403
-10 766
1 558
56 960
89 223
99 266

70 184
11 694
10 014
-9 808
2 799
59 257
99 266
108 973

68 619
11 763
10 481
2 887
2 401
70 387
108 973
106 660

73 655
14 764
13 065
21 011
2 448
93 917
106 660
88 044

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

73 914
15 264
13 488
25 804
1 229
100 265
88 044
65 307

65 922
13 228
11 758
18 766
138
86 020
65 307
48 781

73 469
13 702
12 192
4 995
-6
79 980
48 781
44 730

70 864
11 780
10 854
-5 883
501
65 406
44 730
50 630

72 509
11 581
10 923
-11 506
1 123
60 538
50 630
61 909

70 641
11 756
10 546
-10 354
1 558
59 939
61 909
71 592

72 512
12 132
11 329
-7 374
853
65 088
71 592
78 512

72 910
11 589
10 834
-7 058
465
66 142
78 512
85 458

70 865
10 649
10 683
-11 935
121
58 775
85 458
96 670

74 710
11 400
10 465
-11 094
1 661
62 890
96 670
107 663

73 580
11 036
10 462
- 310
1 869
71 975
107 663
108 750

77 056
12 359
11 857
11 843
2 069
87 332
108 750
97 981

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

2767 670
515 942
475 978
860 661
40 633
3627 662
3069 823
2305 556

2507 457
470 027
445 888
488 507
-85 223
3105 326
2305 556
1900 050

2764 449
465 069
482 662
175 718
-28 136
2950 710
1900 050
1793 728

2563 564
452 834
378 239
-274 261
-14 629
2378 527
1793 728
2064 231

2622 006
381 421
333 234
-562 026
19 606
2088 561
2064 231
2566 664

2547 064
384 795
326 122
-481 839
55 605
2068 293
2566 664
2983 130

2592 256
427 421
337 953
-422 225
42 858
2216 641
2983 130
3339 982

2630 634
449 827
407 294
-301 194
50 840
2321 133
3339 982
3630 496

2510 203
428 134
399 122
-311 091
85 913
2142 211
3630 496
3940 526

2580 688
388 930
348 761
-163 135
147 195
2310 527
3940 526
4117 653

2521 806
437 788
383 849
-5 916
124 099
2445 730
4117 653
4147 442

2670 552
508 527
453 224
865 955
227 611
3364 199
4147 442
3382 946

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

2707 215
559 105
452 213
978 648
152 629
3640 126
3382 946
2489 978

2460 579
471 913
392 253
753 480
73 065
3220 654
2489 978
1819 315

2696 618
490 617
406 866
52 716
-21 263
2854 348
1819 315
1785 899

2575 681
430 788
353 512
-387 029
-25 880
2291 808
1785 899
2173 570

2660 104
432 202
386 425
-450 293
53 712
2201 876
2173 570
2615 128

2524 010
421 093
369 587
-372 097
15 685
2187 734
2615 128
2961 438

2695 096
476 789
399 185
-261 416
96 373
2414 911
2961 438
3205 399

2727 596
442 173
413 679
-206 388
97 759
2451 943
3205 399
3407 464

2608 822
419 439
360 150
-411 382
76 517
2180 212
3407 464
3791 011

2703 545
447 572
383 238
-374 620
124 524
2268 735
3791 011
4161 725

2643 438
450 030
400 549
110 456
110 134
2693 241
4161 725
4073 391

2837 804
564 565
499 730
803 212
111 631
3594 220
4073 391
3362 438

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
2847 699 2540 067 2829 053
+ Imports
584 617 506 063 525 336
- Exports
516 015 449 651 465 855
+ Stock changes
986 492 717 408 191 083
- Statistical difference
39 963
-2 423
-7 711
Total consumption
3862 830 3316 310 3087 328
Opening stock level
3362 438 2494 102 1862 967
Closing stock level
2494 102 1862 967 1708 258
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

2727 893
450 770
414 111
-224 681
11 518
2528 353
1708 258
1933 581

2791 302
444 412
416 671
-439 485
36 634
2342 924
1933 581
2364 331

2719 295
449 564
402 461
-395 585
51 344
2319 469
2364 331
2734 129

2791 441
463 385
432 675
-281 733
24 129
2516 289
2734 129
2998 407

2807 820
443 867
414 396
-269 603
10 291
2557 397
2998 407
3263 677

2728 415
407 320
408 177
-456 026
-3 284
2274 816
3263 677
3691 868

2876 588
436 469
400 227
-423 734
56 064
2433 032
3691 868
4111 696

2832 964
421 877
399 622
-11 579
63 764
2779 876
4111 696
4153 209

2966 825
472 557
453 209
452 659
71 645
3367 187
4153 209
3741 936

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)


Mcm

Mcm

90000

3000

80000

2500

70000

2000

60000
1500
50000
1000
40000
500

Jan-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Jan-11

Stock changes

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

-1000

Jan-10

Oct-09

-500

Jul-09

10000

Apr-09

Jan-09

20000

Jan-09

30000

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

120000

30000
25000

100000
20000
15000

80000

10000
60000

5000
0

40000
-5000
-10000

20000

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

0
Jan-09

-20000

Jan-09

-15000

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
1000
900
800
700

Mtoe

600
500
400
300
200
100

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 415 Mtoe)

(TPES: 878 Mtoe)

Oil
(40.5%)

Oil
(72.5%)

Coal
(27.2%)
Nuclear
(7.5%)

Coal
(21.7%)
Natural Gas
(2.1%)

Nuclear
(0.6%)
Hydro
Other (1.9%)
(1.2%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Hydro
(1.3%)
Other
(3.0%)
Natural Gas
(20.6%)

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Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

114.45
6.00
26.94
66.09
15.43

143.60
10.33
22.25
72.14
38.88

267.30
22.95
31.70
119.59
93.06

319.81
30.88
31.16
136.02
121.75

453.92
48.95
29.23
229.54
146.19

473.04
52.74
27.89
241.46
150.95

421.97
60.10
24.14
234.76
102.96

3.49
6.25
- 0.29
3.39
5.12

2.20
4.69
- 1.29
3.26
0.48

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

354.87
2.78
310.34
41.75
..

379.41
19.53
307.41
52.47
..

487.47
45.01
350.86
91.58
0.02

616.14
59.49
439.13
117.50
0.02

716.31
114.77
429.50
172.01
0.03

768.77
128.65
444.30
195.80
0.02

796.95
145.77
455.23
195.95
0.00

2.15
10.98
1.01
4.15
..

2.37
5.75
1.25
3.69
- 7.60

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

26.02
..
7.81
18.20
0.00

33.76
..
4.45
29.30
0.01

90.61
2.35
19.38
68.84
0.04

141.43
8.25
41.07
92.03
0.08

273.54
18.02
83.93
171.27
0.33

301.09
20.89
87.54
192.33
0.34

303.90
23.33
93.94
186.27
0.36

6.68
..
6.76
6.31
12.00

5.93
11.55
7.81
4.85
11.18

414.75
8.78
300.71
89.84
15.42

472.14
29.78
302.12
101.38
38.87

642.98
65.57
343.74
140.62
93.05

763.98
82.10
404.99
155.21
121.69

866.24
146.14
347.28
226.94
145.88

912.70
159.30
354.32
248.46
150.61

877.86
180.85
355.82
238.60
102.59

1.99
8.29
0.44
2.60
5.11

1.49
4.95
0.16
2.55
0.47

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

117.91
2.87
76.64
26.47
11.93

157.75
17.45
73.72
31.67
34.91

245.50
40.17
58.62
62.81
83.90

300.37
47.45
56.23
84.65
112.03

398.06
77.34
23.37
162.53
134.82

416.71
86.62
24.55
166.86
138.68

..
..
..
..
..

3.47
9.64
- 3.03
5.10
6.85

2.68
3.92
- 4.26
5.01
2.54

Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

300.53
5.39
211.62
36.66
46.86

321.38
11.34
209.26
40.32
60.46

438.46
26.38
265.68
49.42
96.98

519.96
36.01
326.04
41.74
116.17

563.24
64.85
304.18
37.94
156.28

584.87
69.68
306.62
41.86
166.72

..
..
..
..
..

1.82
7.16
1.01
0.36
3.49

1.45
4.98
0.72
- 0.83
2.75

59.28
..
57.84
0.23
1.21

79.26
0.01
77.82
0.01
1.42

112.61
0.07
110.77
0.07
1.70

139.17
0.22
136.93
0.09
1.93

142.53
1.32
138.41
0.13
2.67

144.14
1.45
139.79
0.12
2.77

..
..
..
..
..

2.43
..
2.41
- 1.69
2.26

1.24
16.65
1.17
2.63
2.47

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

170.69
3.21
112.86
24.64
29.99

157.99
6.26
88.20
27.41
36.12

193.18
11.64
96.80
39.38
45.36

219.88
14.68
114.62
39.46
51.12

235.05
22.98
115.69
36.28
60.09

248.73
25.01
116.82
40.24
66.65

..
..
..
..
..

1.02
5.71
0.09
1.33
2.18

1.27
3.90
0.94
0.11
1.94

70.56
2.18
40.93
11.79
15.67

84.14
5.08
43.24
12.90
22.92

132.67
14.67
58.11
9.96
49.92

160.91
21.11
74.49
2.19
63.13

185.67
40.55
50.08
1.53
93.52

192.01
43.21
50.00
1.49
97.30

..
..
..
..
..

2.74
8.41
0.54
- 5.43
5.06

1.87
5.55
- 0.75
- 9.06
3.39

33.36
1.57
9.79
10.62
11.38

42.44
3.93
11.12
11.79
15.60

60.95
9.78
16.29
8.85
26.03

66.25
13.59
19.42
1.47
31.77

80.45
20.47
17.08
0.92
41.98

84.61
21.33
18.11
0.87
44.30

..
..
..
..
..

2.55
7.31
1.68
- 6.53
3.74

1.65
3.98
0.53
- 10.94
2.69

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

7 178

12 068

12 293

27 538

51 434

55 802

61 022

68 215

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

3 258
- 715

15 719
- 117
- 724

22 854
- 94
- 892

4 313
53 499
2 791
- 56
- 1 251

1 756
138 412
18 602
- 1 589
- 5 147

1 681
134 503
20 957
436
- 6 192

1 902
150 386
24 298
- 1 357
- 7 743

2 220
170 515
27 141
- 1 950
- 1 743

11 151

28 394

35 945

83 754

176 558

177 657

195 398

213 602

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

3 479
3 417
62
-

14 765
14 084
163
518
-

20 980
20 268
164
8
540
-

49 219
46 379
970
19
157
461
951
282

92 189
82 214
3 354
4 897
859
493
285
87

90 763
80 820
3 665
4 365
1 037
504
296
76

101 700
90 223
3 731
5 697
1 078
583
301
87

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

1 260
450
810
-

1 753
690
117
946
-

1 549
776
191
582
-

3 121
1 769
278
1 074

10 486
4
3 105
660
3
6 714

12 059
6
3 666
903
1
7 483

12 906
5
3 706
886
1
8 308

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

15

21

22

19

..

Final consumption

6 412

11 876

13 401

31 411

73 862

74 813

80 773

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

3 537
33
1 250
2 254

5 993
850
1 425
630
1 013
100
125
9
294
320
3
86
1 138

6 898
1 057
1 438
693
1 255
117
157
13
400
411
4
135
1 218

12 653
1 358
2 320
2 139
1 644
167
1 093
122
1 379
676
90
532
196
937

24 236
4 283
4 388
3 445
2 295
576
2 584
156
2 702
1 320
83
880
597
927

24 527
4 142
4 449
3 461
2 407
552
2 403
166
2 905
1 322
159
893
584
1 084

26 863
4 771
5 409
3 320
2 548
669
2 589
177
3 078
1 463
150
922
664
1 103

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

7
7
-

84
72
12

1 230
838
369
23

1 477
1 054
396
27

1 641
1 203
416
22

..
..
..
..

2 606
728
1 856
22

5 551
1 196
4 338
17

5 968
1 333
4 613
22

17 367
5 743
11 569
55
-

46 578
23 341
23 185
52
-

46 957
23 410
23 488
59
-

50 192
25 583
24 561
48
-

..
..
..
..
..

269
269
-

332
302
30

528
497
31

1 307
1 283
24

1 818
1 818
-

1 852
1 852
-

2 077
2 077
-

..
..
..

Total consumption

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

279 030

454 814

480 519

1 067 981

2 163 177

2 277 852

2 454 113

2 796 758

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

129 581
- 26 239

625 219
- 4 565
- 27 544

909 009
- 3 659
- 35 732

180 555
2 094 665
109 300
- 2 125
- 49 864

77 975
5 499 904
744 095
- 67 373
- 220 863

74 551
5 340 648
838 297
20 308
- 248 471

83 943
5 986 609
971 908
- 55 881
- 309 976

97 730
6 783 009
1 085 657
- 78 658
- 13 815

Total consumption

434 850

1 103 012

1 421 601

3 281 640

7 150 451

7 123 533

7 806 852

8 526 997

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

135 351
133 651
1 700
-

569 962
543 514
6 410
20 038
-

832 858
805 079
6 423
272
21 084
-

1 932 879
1 824 267
37 934
714
6 169
17 934
34 902
10 959

3 694 565
3 283 653
135 629
203 016
36 339
19 539
12 551
3 838

3 614 235
3 209 859
145 991
179 945
42 924
20 049
12 306
3 161

4 046 517
3 581 741
147 644
234 087
44 030
23 273
12 195
3 547

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

48 831
16 509
32 322
-

67 810
25 477
4 572
37 761
-

60 354
29 807
7 335
23 212
-

121 559
68 657
10 815
19
42 068

442 437
155
135 689
28 182
112
278 299

491 300
237
151 541
36 880
24
302 618

517 366
214
149 495
35 243
30
332 384

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

527

120

780

801

694

..

Final consumption

250 668

465 240

527 862

1 227 082

3 012 669

3 017 197

3 242 275

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

138 762
1 273
49 869
87 620

232 969
33 871
56 614
24 698
39 745
3 940
4 894
339
11 535
12 548
117
3 358
41 310

270 608
42 031
56 940
27 197
49 245
4 589
6 180
519
15 701
16 144
167
5 317
46 578

491 027
52 976
88 296
83 236
63 925
6 499
42 855
4 800
53 375
26 075
3 400
20 936
7 585
37 069

1 005 513
174 155
183 147
150 878
97 575
23 980
103 808
6 415
110 128
54 600
3 267
34 929
25 100
37 531

995 764
167 328
180 402
143 599
98 845
23 024
96 198
6 704
116 584
53 485
6 444
35 313
24 282
43 556

1 082 406
192 219
217 837
134 684
103 182
27 819
103 479
7 028
122 791
58 696
6 006
36 385
27 452
44 828

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

250
250
-

3 112
2 650
462

52 220
34 969
16 226
1 025

61 489
43 914
16 450
1 125

67 701
49 934
16 857
910

..
..
..
..

101 456
27 595
72 975
886

219 259
46 799
171 786
674

236 390
52 550
182 978
862

682 821
225 608
455 167
2 046
-

1 880 084
930 661
947 439
1 984
-

1 886 744
931 750
952 749
2 245
-

2 010 809
1 016 424
992 602
1 783
-

..
..
..
..
..

10 450
10 450
-

13 012
11 827
1 185

20 614
19 408
1 206

50 122
49 204
918

74 852
74 852
-

73 200
73 200
-

81 359
81 359
-

..
..
..

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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OECD ASIA OCEANIA


Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

2010

2011e

Terajoules

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

1 510
1 510

2 104
2 104

702
702

58 150
58 150

80 719
80 719

26 945
26 945

Non-specified

6 462

5 643

6 526

258 493

225 728

261 044

Total imports

7 972

7 747

7 228

316 643

306 447

287 989

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

19 138
788
19 926

19 895
1 005
237
21 137

19 990
408
1 086
21 484

750 808
30 725
781 533

779 429
39 819
9 888
829 136

782 137
16 114
43 972
842 223

162
9 068
312
3 374
21 855
25 254
556
9 839
20 312
1 110
7 123
243
7 397
106 605

9 344
3 051
1 025
25 516
26 916
2 131
9 719
81
20 742
1 006
7 455
2 300
12 216
121 502

157
9 548
1 787
3 832
21 199
26 386
6 205
11 362
1 951
30 540
2 278
7 893
4 124
14 458
141 720

6 496
355 414
13 005
135 606
862 961
1 005 242
22 301
399 588
816 432
45 644
277 712
10 114
291 957
4 242 472

367 137
125 148
41 614
1 014 953
1 066 961
85 965
395 121
3 375
835 502
41 539
291 622
95 382
486 707
4 851 026

6 135
374 791
71 277
151 762
854 220
1 043 145
246 156
457 870
78 548
1 219 569
94 054
307 808
170 675
573 538
5 649 548

Non-specified

83

3 249

Total imports

126 531

142 639

163 287

5 024 005

5 680 162

6 495 020

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres


Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

2011e

Terajoules

19 138
788
19 926

19 895
84
153
1 005
21 137

19 990
70
1 016
408
21 484

750 808
30 725
781 533

779 429
3 499
6 389
39 819
829 136

782 137
2 910
41 062
16 114
842 223

162
9 068
1 822
3 374
21 855
25 254
556
9 839
20 312
7 397
1 110
7 123
243
108 115

9 344
5 155
1 025
25 516
26 916
2 131
9 719
20 742
12 216
1 006
7 455
2 300
81
123 606

157
9 548
2 489
3 832
21 199
26 386
6 205
11 362
30 540
14 458
2 278
7 893
4 124
1 951
142 422

6 496
355 414
71 155
135 606
862 961
1 005 242
22 301
399 588
816 432
291 957
45 644
277 712
10 114
4 300 622

367 137
205 867
41 614
1 014 953
1 066 961
85 965
395 121
835 502
486 707
41 539
291 622
95 382
3 375
4 931 745

6 135
374 791
98 222
151 762
854 220
1 043 145
246 156
457 870
1 219 569
573 538
94 054
307 808
170 675
78 548
5 676 493

Non-specified

6 462

5 643

6 609

258 493

225 728

264 293

Total imports

134 503

150 386

170 515

5 340 648

5 986 609

6 783 009

28 153

30 328

44 795

1 122 941

1 213 089

1 779 668

2010

2011e

Memo: Total OPEC

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

17 423
1 715
74
19 212

18 548
1 347
19 895

Terajoules
19 029
961
19 990

696 920
68 600
2 960
768 480

741 920
53 880
795 800

742 065
40 072
782 137

1 745

4 403

7 151

69 817

176 108

303 520

20 957

24 298

27 141

838 297

971 908

1 085 657

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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OECD ASIA OCEANIA


Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres
Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

4 140
12 958
1 881
422
195
15 444
8 040
7 618

3 815
11 393
1 881
355
500
13 182
7 618
7 263

3 944
11 900
1 881
- 299
- 394
14 058
7 263
7 562

4 171
10 488
1 830
224
451
12 602
7 562
7 338

4 032
8 108
1 830
683
- 39
11 032
7 338
6 655

4 593
9 746
1 830
- 701
- 479
12 287
6 655
7 356

4 754
9 505
1 605
286
- 304
13 244
7 356
7 070

4 615
9 698
1 691
380
- 218
13 220
7 070
6 690

3 712
10 191
1 992
372
488
11 795
6 690
6 318

4 412
10 391
1 961
- 302
228
12 312
6 318
6 620

4 256
11 177
1 961
- 44
- 684
14 112
6 620
6 664

4 421
13 985
1 961
- 503
- 508
16 450
6 664
7 167

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

4 446
13 574
1 961
1 166
- 309
17 534
7 167
6 001

4 137
13 112
1 961
- 167
- 51
15 172
6 001
6 168

4 407
14 528
1 961
- 860
97
16 017
6 168
7 028

4 149
11 199
1 961
1 552
882
14 057
7 028
5 476

3 988
9 843
1 961
543
789
11 624
5 476
4 933

4 613
10 655
1 855
- 890
- 175
12 698
4 933
5 823

5 074
10 773
1 961
55
- 573
14 514
5 823
5 768

5 156
12 459
1 961
- 853
- 430
15 231
5 768
6 621

4 246
12 036
2 241
- 434
744
12 863
6 621
7 055

4 708
11 511
2 389
- 175
896
12 759
7 055
7 230

4 494
13 452
2 389
-1 168
226
14 163
7 230
8 398

4 468
14 442
2 097
- 62
- 676
17 427
8 398
8 460

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

4 535
14 299
2 053
1 694
-1 119
19 594
8 460
6 766

4 006
14 191
2 053
- 293
221
15 630
6 766
7 059

4 475
14 951
2 053
- 548
- 127
16 952
7 059
7 607

4 372
11 947
2 053
1 445
1 086
14 625
7 607
6 162

4 622
12 591
2 075
- 778
469
13 891
6 162
6 940

4 598
12 267
2 075
- 49
- 120
14 861
6 940
6 989

4 796
12 441
2 251
- 119
- 603
15 470
6 989
7 108

4 810
14 676
2 079
-1 421
- 34
16 020
7 108
8 529

3 803
13 854
2 079
- 398
702
14 478
8 529
8 927

4 149
13 736
2 252
- 769
727
14 137
8 927
9 696

4 404
13 679
2 252
- 261
373
15 197
9 696
9 957

4 398
16 250
2 252
-1 080
19 476
9 957
9 957

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

173 418
518 373
79 284
17 063
7 516
622 054
323 947
306 884

159 535
455 556
79 284
13 610
19 311
530 106
306 884
293 274

164 944
474 687
79 284
-11 428
-15 505
564 424
293 274
304 702

174 435
417 763
77 164
8 348
17 399
505 983
304 702
296 354

168 381
322 366
77 164
26 616
-1 804
442 003
296 354
269 738

192 059
387 135
77 164
-27 527
-19 062
493 565
269 738
297 265

198 750
376 265
67 655
12 400
-12 439
532 199
297 265
284 865

193 001
384 379
65 947
15 786
-8 609
535 828
284 865
269 079

155 076
403 821
83 982
16 150
19 049
472 016
269 079
252 929

184 439
415 627
82 664
-14 216
8 776
494 410
252 929
267 145

177 888
446 771
82 664
- 986
-26 946
567 955
267 145
268 131

184 977
558 806
82 664
-18 288
-20 234
663 065
268 131
286 419

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

186 076
543 656
82 664
47 779
-12 096
706 943
286 419
238 640

173 086
524 155
82 664
-6 872
-2 624
610 329
238 640
245 512

184 149
580 781
82 664
-34 468
2 869
644 929
245 512
279 980

173 320
446 411
82 664
62 514
33 999
565 582
279 980
217 466

166 387
392 524
82 664
21 286
31 263
466 270
217 466
196 180

192 633
423 134
78 226
-35 544
-7 752
509 749
196 180
231 724

211 974
428 319
82 649
2 291
-23 078
583 013
231 724
229 433

215 398
495 683
82 696
-34 064
-16 879
611 200
229 433
263 497

177 304
479 318
94 464
-18 735
28 475
514 948
263 497
282 232

196 698
460 566
100 715
-8 764
34 592
513 193
282 232
290 996

187 881
539 515
100 715
-47 607
8 585
570 489
290 996
338 603

186 879
578 656
88 412
-1 441
-27 251
702 933
338 603
340 044

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
190 025 167 828 187 328
+ Imports
572 552 568 414 598 484
- Exports
86 543
86 543
86 543
+ Stock changes
70 799 -12 412 -22 027
- Statistical difference
-44 160
8 057
-5 404
Total consumption
790 993 629 230 682 646
Opening stock level
340 044 269 245 281 657
Closing stock level
269 245 281 657 303 684
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

182 886
475 761
86 543
59 016
42 511
588 609
303 684
244 668

193 333
502 476
87 476
-32 313
17 800
558 220
244 668
276 981

192 322
488 365
87 476
-1 541
-5 221
596 891
276 981
278 522

200 388
494 924
94 904
-4 641
-23 930
619 697
278 522
283 163

200 902
583 868
87 648
-57 027
-1 547
641 642
283 163
340 190

158 500
552 770
87 648
-18 254
26 600
578 768
340 190
358 444

173 394
549 984
94 963
-33 075
28 199
567 141
358 444
391 519

184 204
544 350
94 963
-9 318
14 061
610 212
391 519
400 837

184 080
650 997
94 963
437
-42 876
783 427
400 837
400 400

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)


Mcm

Mcm

16000

6000

14000
5000
12000
4000
10000
3000

8000

6000
2000
4000
1000

Jan-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Jan-11

Stock changes

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

2000

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

25000

2000
1500

20000
1000
500

15000

0
10000
-500
-1000
5000

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

0
Jan-09

-2000

Jan-09

-1500

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

* OECD Total and OECD Europe include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990.

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
2000
1800
1600
1400

Mtoe

1200
1000
800
600
400
200

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 1375 Mtoe)

(TPES: 1749 Mtoe)


Oil
(33.3%)
Oil
(53.2%)
Nuclear
(13.5%)

Hydro
(2.5%)

Coal
(17.2%)

Other
(9.5%)

Coal
(30.9%)

Nuclear
(1.4%)
Hydro
(2.1%)
Natural Gas
(9.8%)

Other
(2.5%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

636.28
125.17
23.17
405.62
82.32

856.23
168.38
127.13
426.20
134.52

1 045.42
163.80
210.91
368.16
302.55

1 136.55
203.24
314.46
278.59
340.27

1 033.78
235.28
211.66
174.49
412.35

1 048.26
241.57
194.23
172.06
440.40

1 006.08
220.23
175.28
173.66
436.91

1.21
1.50
5.47
- 2.21
4.49

- 0.18
1.42
- 0.88
- 3.51
1.77

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1 039.25
35.54
929.30
68.50
5.91

1 049.21
104.36
835.35
100.20
9.30

1 073.32
148.75
786.94
118.65
18.98

1 122.66
175.32
813.36
115.91
18.07

1 466.13
365.86
923.06
143.21
33.99

1 507.11
387.09
936.52
146.46
37.05

1 488.14
379.48
914.63
153.51
40.51

0.95
6.43
- 0.04
2.15
5.20

1.57
4.56
0.72
1.23
3.68

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

237.59
25.44
152.54
54.22
5.40

339.88
65.36
214.06
52.56
7.91

438.85
50.18
328.77
42.38
17.51

538.94
59.39
424.49
37.67
17.40

652.00
158.90
441.23
23.63
28.24

665.64
172.35
437.73
25.71
29.86

646.80
171.19
420.17
22.53
32.90

2.67
5.14
2.70
- 2.28
4.87

1.86
6.02
1.17
- 2.96
3.05

1 375.44
134.73
732.41
425.41
82.89

1 494.24
206.11
688.42
463.82
135.89

1 619.47
259.93
605.86
449.46
304.23

1 662.97
318.17
640.17
363.68
340.95

1 743.62
437.60
604.20
283.77
418.05

1 815.98
464.85
603.47
299.79
447.86

1 748.92
420.90
583.23
300.23
444.56

0.63
3.04
- 0.60
- 0.91
4.52

0.37
2.32
- 0.18
- 1.90
1.82

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

370.17
28.49
92.45
195.53
53.70

478.75
33.97
85.87
255.54
103.37

620.98
40.56
48.66
276.11
255.65

643.13
59.52
50.74
244.25
288.61

726.52
150.13
24.71
211.06
340.62

758.25
160.38
22.36
213.86
361.64

..
..
..
..
..

1.96
4.78
- 3.76
0.24
5.29

1.00
7.12
- 3.81
- 1.27
1.75

1 022.01
95.09
577.22
185.08
164.62

1 080.61
160.82
551.43
155.88
212.48

1 123.19
201.34
517.96
125.41
278.47

1 158.69
236.90
547.53
80.96
293.30

1 223.22
263.32
535.69
48.31
375.89

1 272.81
281.19
535.16
54.15
402.31

..
..
..
..
..

0.59
2.97
- 0.20
- 3.27
2.44

0.63
1.68
0.16
- 4.11
1.86

173.93
0.16
163.52
6.85
3.40

208.55
0.57
201.32
2.54
4.13

265.46
0.30
259.59
0.21
5.35

287.37
0.40
280.80
0.02
6.16

334.91
2.17
315.02
0.01
17.71

333.63
2.50
311.85
0.01
19.26

..
..
..
..
..

1.78
7.78
1.76
- 15.87
4.80

1.15
11.10
0.92
- 13.62
6.62

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

453.82
56.86
223.54
94.30
79.13

446.61
79.41
192.52
80.66
94.02

422.22
91.85
141.80
72.63
115.94

412.32
97.56
148.39
53.90
112.47

379.72
88.01
132.63
29.29
129.79

409.23
100.47
135.42
33.60
139.74

..
..
..
..
..

- 0.28
1.55
- 1.35
- 2.75
1.55

- 0.16
0.45
- 0.23
- 3.78
0.94

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

394.26
38.08
190.16
83.93
82.09

425.45
80.84
157.60
72.69
114.33

435.51
109.18
116.57
52.57
157.18

459.00
138.95
118.34
27.04
174.67

508.59
173.14
88.05
19.01
228.39

529.95
178.22
87.88
20.54
243.30

..
..
..
..
..

0.80
4.26
- 2.06
- 3.73
2.98

0.99
2.48
- 1.40
- 4.59
2.21

242.15
23.18
101.24
62.44
55.29

256.77
50.25
81.54
50.39
74.59

280.59
74.03
65.93
36.96
103.67

295.73
93.63
67.56
20.75
113.79

312.25
118.48
47.00
15.17
131.60

326.97
122.51
46.86
17.23
140.37

..
..
..
..
..

0.81
4.60
- 2.06
- 3.42
2.55

0.77
2.55
- 1.69
- 3.74
1.53

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1
Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

165 572

214 653

219 419

210 964

307 341

291 760

300 615

274 619

45 981
35 520
- 719
- 877

103 448
64 487
- 3 070
- 1 764

131 881
85 507
- 1 663
469

6
181 184
64 096
- 2 951
2 054

172
449 608
193 299
- 3 747
- 1 616

168
442 935
195 967
- 5 638
3 378

148
464 902
211 873
10 167
911

166
454 433
209 871
- 9 016
- 1 086

176 191

252 308

263 661

323 053

561 691

529 880

563 048

511 417

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

46 300
18 718
2 533
15 315
727
95
817
7 786
309

49 512
24 607
4 905
13 815
1 890
180
1 275
2 660
180

47 033
23 708
5 007
10 140
1 955
2 057
1 301
2 774
91

54 896
22 581
5 519
15 118
4 922
2 296
1 203
3 156
101

194 505
106 830
3 798
48 810
25 292
6 257
2 852
21
645

182 754
99 751
3 755
48 447
21 985
5 629
2 549
19
619

194 644
102 098
4 390
53 228
24 115
6 858
2 666
20
1 269

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

3 058
159
1 576
490
364
345
124

7 191
197
4 688
1 282
482
370
172

7 842
189
5 224
1 246
527
459
197

12 300
113
8 451
2 245
528
593
370

21 342
26
12 976
5 539
65
471
2 265

21 303
28
12 431
6 269
43
326
2 206

22 366
30
12 632
6 938
60
368
2 338

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Losses

3 138

2 961

3 087

3 592

3 306

3 899

4 522

..

123 695

192 644

205 699

252 265

342 538

321 924

341 516

..

67 435
14 212
21 187
1 763
11 684
698
5 013
935
3 917
2 943
74
52
1 215
3 742

84 209
16 264
20 803
2 450
14 849
1 137
8 093
1 217
6 088
4 000
145
84
2 202
6 877

85 451
16 703
21 057
2 454
15 483
1 105
8 483
1 265
6 829
4 064
125
112
2 371
5 400

96 800
12 792
23 076
2 579
15 114
2 730
7 622
902
10 406
6 766
332
493
3 388
10 600

105 520
11 618
22 174
3 372
19 598
3 387
9 158
608
14 451
10 182
751
1 263
3 116
5 842

93 547
8 322
19 812
3 582
15 686
2 963
8 050
602
14 481
9 248
692
1 410
3 095
5 604

106 601
10 183
22 381
3 955
16 717
3 361
8 835
910
15 956
10 214
761
1 731
3 256
8 341

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

192
169
23
-

376
303
35
38

705
320
40
345

372
253
119
-

2 828
1 023
1 667
138

2 657
1 164
1 350
143

3 042
1 674
1 219
149

..
..
..
..

49 734
4 494
29 654
149
15 437

91 858
10 133
55 673
272
25 780

103 304
11 514
63 464
420
27 906

137 080
32 007
92 952
5 475
6 646

218 255
55 237
147 965
4 697
10 356

211 736
54 349
144 351
4 538
8 498

216 525
58 881
148 197
4 861
4 586

..
..
..
..
..

6 334
6 334
-

16 201
16 201
-

16 239
16 239
-

18 013
18 013
-

15 935
15 935
-

13 984
13 984
-

15 348
15 348
-

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Final consumption
Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified
Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

5 824 792

7 626 515

7 835 183

7 622 318

11 486 708

10 948 347

11 241 193

10 248 012

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

1 653 856
1 183 912
- 25 259
- 14 130

3 801 342
2 262 698
- 109 261
- 52 241

4 856 404
3 041 226
- 59 376
16 922

190
6 921 662
2 335 264
- 113 378
126 703

5 759
17 279 978
7 254 022
- 143 186
- 70 772

5 622
17 024 772
7 394 069
- 216 145
126 597

4 983
18 012 490
8 019 881
397 312
19 581

5 593
17 658 590
7 966 209
- 354 490
- 65 198

Total consumption

6 283 607

9 108 139

9 574 063

11 968 825

21 446 009

20 241 930

21 616 516

19 656 694

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

1 630 852
667 358
84 812
514 630
26 894
3 668
28 164
294 916
10 410

1 751 111
885 839
176 784
468 369
65 871
6 908
44 514
96 593
6 233

1 685 034
860 187
182 291
349 078
67 312
76 727
45 359
100 791
3 289

2 006 402
846 486
202 882
530 194
177 076
87 927
42 785
115 343
3 709

7 448 909
4 141 789
148 060
1 816 484
972 824
233 859
111 355
852
23 686

7 009 637
3 880 672
147 003
1 803 427
844 049
211 075
99 978
820
22 613

7 488 656
3 969 008
173 571
2 001 261
929 716
261 271
104 147
861
48 821

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

111 082
5 989
57 165
18 321
12 464
12 975
4 168

265 528
7 191
174 389
47 082
16 904
13 959
6 003

291 813
7 018
195 958
45 884
18 603
17 375
6 975

460 542
4 213
320 833
80 821
19 673
21 675
13 327

826 798
955
508 959
205 502
2 592
18 435
90 355

825 407
1 054
488 633
233 847
1 717
12 708
87 448

865 108
1 101
495 016
259 187
2 411
14 286
93 107

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Losses

116 647

108 662

113 764

132 954

129 861

153 526

178 043

..

Final consumption

4 425 026

6 982 838

7 483 452

9 368 927

13 040 441

12 253 360

13 084 709

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

2 420 320
504 974
758 104
63 657
422 720
23 932
184 431
32 774
139 070
105 961
2 661
1 990
43 232
136 814

3 061 137
585 260
754 146
88 825
543 405
39 755
299 496
43 446
219 522
147 237
5 078
3 186
80 639
251 142

3 115 952
602 916
767 171
89 188
567 213
39 029
314 048
45 236
247 182
149 583
4 405
4 186
87 148
198 647

3 613 601
474 171
849 770
96 301
568 369
100 882
287 244
33 407
388 942
255 983
12 376
18 453
128 370
399 333

4 036 795
442 805
847 044
128 439
752 926
130 321
348 842
22 783
549 990
388 770
28 375
49 010
120 294
227 196

3 576 413
316 949
753 499
137 324
599 573
114 190
307 074
22 949
552 465
353 698
26 029
54 986
119 660
218 017

4 102 563
391 258
856 809
152 357
643 000
130 566
339 659
34 873
612 714
393 953
28 984
67 478
126 105
324 807

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

7 283
6 393
890
-

14 191
11 522
1 334
1 335

26 418
12 192
1 560
12 666

14 165
9 710
4 455
-

107 190
39 283
62 391
5 516

100 976
44 895
50 410
5 671

116 310
64 764
45 635
5 911

..
..
..
..

1 772 041
165 097
1 078 706
5 439
522 799

3 330 800
372 717
2 049 669
10 122
898 292

3 761 742
424 264
2 338 249
15 370
983 859

5 080 649
1 212 191
3 445 087
176 590
246 781

8 303 090
2 085 141
5 647 935
168 827
401 187

8 056 834
2 054 617
5 513 272
161 787
327 158

8 293 138
2 236 220
5 700 821
172 047
184 050

..
..
..
..
..

225 382
225 382
-

576 710
576 710
-

579 340
579 340
-

660 512
660 512
-

593 366
593 366
-

519 137
519 137
-

572 698
572 698
-

..
..
..

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres

2010

2011e

Terajoules

Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

1 553
3 273
1 162
6 521
129
47 502
101 798
11 187
2 325
175 450

2 169
2 571
1 168
6 845
147
47 710
97 773
13 355
4 347
176 085

1 105
2 148
1 125
7 970
132
44 711
91 154
10 818
4 487
163 650

61 295
119 141
44 724
245 345
4 892
1 707 835
3 974 035
407 706
88 814
6 653 787

85 314
99 115
44 948
258 147
5 579
1 838 696
3 779 357
485 991
165 976
6 763 123

43 703
82 049
43 990
305 234
5 024
1 742 474
3 534 521
392 598
172 037
6 321 630

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

30 894
4 960
5 252
130 447
10 962
182 515

35 561
4 521
7 766
121 788
9 903
179 539

33 183
3 807
8 190
129 364
2 601
177 145

1 198 621
189 980
201 187
4 934 705
417 801
6 942 294

1 376 870
173 178
297 431
4 717 742
377 313
6 942 534

1 292 120
145 790
313 704
5 049 750
99 098
6 900 462

Non-specified

17 732

22 401

26 406

716 128

818 875

959 446

Total imports

375 697

378 025

367 201

14 312 209

14 524 532

14 181 538

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

74
71
2 179
2 324

3 488
3 488

128
2 246
2 374

2 923
2 822
87 840
93 585

139 901
139 901

5 588
100 481
106 069

20 665
6 804
83
758
8 648
1 421
18 185
7 314
82
63 960

18 688
4 570
579
15 221
341
81
34 636
5 136
164
3
79 419

15 869
3 758
86
16 097
171
40 869
4 106
968
3
81 927

840 288
277 799
3 348
30 581
350 855
57 399
723 595
294 610
3 340
2 581 815

759 195
184 531
23 482
622 316
13 784
3 254
1 374 583
206 291
6 458
115
3 194 009

638 380
152 191
3 481
650 277
6 903
1 596 150
167 105
40 110
105
3 254 702

Non-specified

954

3 970

2 931

37 163

154 048

116 281

Total imports

67 238

86 877

87 232

2 712 563

3 487 958

3 477 052

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - IV.39

OECD EUROPE
Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres

2011e

Terajoules

Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

74
1 631
3 273
1 162
6 521
137
47 502
103 891
11 187
71
2 325
177 774

2 247
2 571
1 168
6 845
147
47 710
101 183
13 355
4 347
179 573

1 286
2 148
1 125
7 970
167
44 711
93 182
10 818
128
4 489
166 024

2 923
64 438
119 141
44 724
245 345
5 243
1 707 835
4 058 381
407 706
2 822
88 814
6 747 372

88 467
99 115
44 948
258 147
5 579
1 838 696
3 916 105
485 991
165 976
6 903 024

51 061
82 049
43 990
305 234
6 397
1 742 474
3 626 204
392 598
5 588
172 104
6 427 699

Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

51 559
4 960
6 804
83
5 252
9 926
8 648
1 421
18 185
130 447
7 314
82
1 794
246 475

54 249
4 521
4 616
7 766
9 980
15 221
341
34 636
121 791
5 136
164
537
258 958

49 052
3 807
3 758
8 190
2 425
16 097
171
40 869
129 367
4 106
968
262
259 072

2 038 909
189 980
277 799
3 348
201 187
379 882
350 855
57 399
723 595
4 934 705
294 610
3 340
68 500
9 524 109

2 136 065
173 178
186 284
297 431
381 660
622 316
13 784
1 374 583
4 717 857
206 291
6 458
20 636
10 136 543

1 930 500
145 790
152 191
313 704
92 597
650 277
6 903
1 596 150
5 049 855
167 105
40 110
9 982
10 155 164

Non-specified

18 686

26 371

29 337

753 291

972 923

1 075 727

Total imports

442 935

464 902

454 433

17 024 772

18 012 490

17 658 590

93 652

121 852

116 633

3 697 768

4 812 055

4 583 228

2010

2011e

Memo: Total OPEC

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

19 689
3 289
22 249
54 351
4 946
12 882
89
12 382
3 881
1 219
1 034
33 613
871
4 698
175 193

26 585
87
3 030
19 614
50 074
5 133
14 938
178
12 204
3 581
1 641
926
39 276
853
5 487
183 607

Terajoules
25 864
3 157
18 553
48 337
5 287
16 402
418
508
11 809
3 047
1 296
676
35 594
427
6 450
177 825

736 595
130 518
833 257
1 998 080
195 685
469 360
3 515
493 561
154 002
50 674
37 576
1 280 395
34 577
185 460
6 603 255

983 760
3 453
120 276
730 705
1 847 952
202 558
536 059
7 066
491 458
142 205
68 193
32 805
1 498 609
33 860
217 236
6 916 195

957 389
125 080
688 359
1 779 849
208 949
597 276
16 610
20 194
477 426
120 738
53 927
22 953
1 367 766
16 919
254 908
6 708 343

20 774

28 266

32 046

790 814

1 103 686

1 257 866

195 967

211 873

209 871

7 394 069

8 019 881

7 966 209

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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IV.40 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

OECD EUROPE
Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres
Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

32 905
40 742
22 199
15 519
216
66 751
49 837
37 626

28 031
35 347
17 985
11 490
- 144
57 027
37 626
29 152

27 142
35 381
17 649
6 836
- 247
51 957
29 152
24 630

22 537
31 651
14 773
-3 698
-1 148
36 865
24 630
28 087

21 177
32 431
13 817
-8 578
- 219
31 432
28 087
34 589

19 795
32 756
12 788
-9 451
- 420
30 732
34 589
41 499

20 109
35 148
13 464
-10 242
- 944
32 495
41 499
48 702

18 112
33 257
12 874
-8 467
- 152
30 180
48 702
54 476

18 591
33 579
12 637
-5 861
540
33 132
54 476
58 813

23 178
37 142
14 972
-1 633
95
43 620
52 852
54 010

26 711
42 252
18 241
416
- 162
51 300
54 010
53 702

31 153
47 237
21 100
8 286
327
65 249
53 702
46 756

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

32 503
47 583
22 263
14 706
520
72 009
46 798
35 656

29 357
42 306
19 926
10 287
32
61 992
35 656
27 720

26 399
43 377
18 861
4 317
155
55 077
27 720
24 023

23 806
37 363
15 751
-3 772
- 113
41 759
24 023
26 712

23 841
36 658
16 976
-6 224
193
37 106
26 712
31 381

20 391
33 225
15 137
-8 125
- 204
30 558
31 381
37 932

19 156
31 673
13 892
-7 537
- 444
29 844
37 932
43 405

17 064
30 082
12 160
-6 920
- 335
28 401
43 405
48 872

17 326
30 168
11 226
-3 373
24
32 871
48 872
51 467

24 721
37 327
17 576
- 755
- 635
44 352
51 467
52 268

27 401
41 381
19 241
3 752
- 546
53 839
52 268
49 988

31 657
48 689
22 893
14 144
- 982
72 579
49 988
40 601

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

30 793
49 961
23 814
10 657
132
67 465
40 601
32 545

27 188
44 592
21 960
8 201
245
57 776
32 545
26 279

27 933
47 317
23 207
2 186
- 366
54 595
26 279
24 324

20 752
41 000
17 626
-6 698
- 417
37 845
24 324
30 107

17 957
40 167
16 585
-8 752
211
32 576
30 107
36 878

17 184
34 285
14 954
-8 035
- 30
28 510
36 878
43 524

17 688
33 810
15 395
-6 751
619
28 733
43 524
48 822

18 038
32 222
16 598
-6 278
16
27 368
48 822
53 869

18 523
31 045
15 686
-3 699
-7
30 190
53 869
56 837

21 981
37 397
19 732
-1 026
327
38 293
56 837
57 724

25 585
42 222
22 393
4 006
384
49 036
57 724
54 144

27 888
44 573
22 978
8 631
1 193
56 921
54 144
47 420

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

1224 245
1567 175
825 762
581 027
10 094
2536 591
1935 283
1464 416

1043 708
1361 371
672 855
429 517
-2 075
2163 816
1464 416
1135 339

1012 753
1367 230
664 261
250 964
-5 376
1972 062
1135 339
961 415

855 918
1224 158
563 893
-141 959
-1 848
1376 072
961 415
1095 454

805 483
1252 210
530 533
-321 917
-7 800
1213 043
1095 454
1348 251

734 902
1261 965
491 407
-353 651
-1 587
1153 396
1348 251
1617 302

763 487
1351 728
511 494
-383 375
990
1219 356
1617 302
1897 717

683 956
1278 177
486 538
-313 579
-2 053
1164 069
1897 717
2121 656

706 144
1288 887
477 781
-219 030
- 864
1299 084
2121 656
2289 926

867 201
1431 138
563 622
-60 750
-1 344
1675 311
2062 812
2107 722

996 539
1630 963
688 242
15 599
7 114
1947 745
2107 722
2095 723

1152 370
1813 139
783 496
318 223
18 636
2481 600
2095 723
1822 140

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

1202 702
1844 745
837 236
573 730
23 735
2760 206
1823 646
1388 516

1092 156
1641 016
749 830
401 279
3 853
2380 768
1388 516
1078 677

1000 289
1683 331
721 202
168 426
10 177
2120 667
1078 677
934 351

889 696
1448 890
590 054
-146 893
624
1601 015
934 351
1039 124

896 674
1424 108
641 830
-241 792
13 294
1423 866
1039 124
1220 436

769 309
1290 877
574 237
-316 980
-3 187
1172 156
1220 436
1476 216

732 700
1229 610
535 028
-294 786
-12 702
1145 198
1476 216
1690 722

645 504
1168 420
464 726
-270 505
-8 927
1087 620
1690 722
1904 707

655 869
1178 637
430 201
-131 037
14 966
1258 302
1904 707
2005 504

928 774
1447 515
672 764
-28 922
-22 410
1697 013
2005 504
2036 226

1023 486
1606 970
730 163
148 199
-18 493
2066 985
2036 226
1945 267

1174 447
1889 549
866 076
551 899
-36 153
2785 972
1945 267
1578 368

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
1144 454 1009 440 1041 850
+ Imports
1935 579 1728 211 1836 344
- Exports
907 825 829 745 882 267
+ Stock changes
415 309 317 897
83 856
- Statistical difference
4 282
9 229 -14 106
Total consumption
2583 235 2216 574 2093 889
Opening stock level
1578 368 1264 219 1021 562
Closing stock level
1264 219 1021 562 946 706
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

785 357
1589 439
676 320
-262 158
-14 485
1450 803
946 706
1173 281

680 551
1556 514
638 211
-339 216
10 816
1248 822
1173 281
1435 457

649 897
1326 213
572 631
-311 230
219
1092 030
1435 457
1692 687

664 214
1309 626
586 987
-274 560
13 429
1098 864
1692 687
1910 727

684 941
1248 500
642 228
-245 688
-2 242
1047 767
1910 727
2108 535

701 406
1200 784
603 875
-143 990
-3 338
1157 663
2108 535
2224 085

826 248
1444 470
752 825
-40 945
8 238
1468 710
2224 085
2259 630

956 060
1633 548
852 570
155 400
9 605
1882 833
2259 630
2120 790

1032 571
1723 850
866 990
337 969
41 937
2185 463
2120 790
1856 981

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)


Mcm

Mcm

30000

35000

30000

25000

25000
20000
20000
15000
15000
10000

Jan-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Jan-11

Stock changes

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

5000

Jan-09

5000

Jan-09

10000

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

80000

20000

70000
15000
60000
10000
50000
5000
40000
0
30000
-5000

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

0
Jul-09

-15000

Apr-09

10000

Jan-09

-10000

Jan-09

20000

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
6000

5000

Mtoe

4000

3000

2000

1000

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 3671 Mtoe)

(TPES: 5043 Mtoe)


Oil
(35.6%)

Oil
(52.4%)

Nuclear
(10.7%)
Coal
(20.5%)

Hydro
(2.3%)
Other
(6.1%)

Nuclear
(1.3%)

Coal
(22.9%)

Hydro
(2.1%)
Natural Gas
(18.9%)

Other
(2.3%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

2 398.49
695.10
675.13
816.78
211.49

2 759.45
696.76
731.35
966.77
364.57

3 228.64
693.35
769.28
1 061.40
704.61

3 456.13
798.77
856.90
981.15
819.32

3 548.21
896.99
732.69
960.37
958.16

3 626.72
918.99
733.62
973.99
1 000.13

3 610.80
944.15
733.39
976.43
956.83

1.08
0.81
0.22
0.47
4.05

0.53
1.48
- 0.23
- 0.40
1.47

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1 791.13
62.55
1 599.58
121.45
7.55

1 842.73
146.72
1 519.36
164.50
12.15

2 037.88
227.50
1 569.70
218.51
22.17

2 296.00
299.81
1 732.65
240.88
22.66

2 953.35
582.10
2 003.31
327.79
40.15

3 047.65
618.20
2 033.59
353.49
42.37

3 026.47
628.65
1 995.05
355.79
46.98

1.39
6.26
0.58
2.87
4.93

1.90
4.96
1.15
2.35
3.64

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

403.00
50.33
234.56
111.10
7.02

501.70
84.87
255.64
150.39
10.80

743.37
87.54
435.34
200.60
19.89

945.48
135.88
577.63
210.28
21.68

1 305.47
280.20
744.24
246.66
34.37

1 380.35
298.51
760.39
285.89
35.56

1 420.56
305.93
779.49
292.17
42.97

3.37
4.86
3.21
2.58
4.88

3.13
6.14
2.81
1.81
3.74

3 670.60
695.26
1 921.71
841.56
212.08

3 954.36
758.10
1 867.71
962.65
365.90

4 356.81
816.45
1 768.79
1 064.48
707.09

4 696.07
973.31
1 893.02
1 009.39
820.34

4 986.83
1 192.57
1 824.41
1 006.24
963.61

5 155.78
1 253.40
1 834.96
1 060.34
1 007.07

5 042.72
1 256.03
1 792.85
1 033.18
960.67

0.84
1.57
- 0.18
0.54
4.06

0.70
2.07
0.06
- 0.14
1.47

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

951.95
119.02
251.08
447.22
134.64

1 221.60
138.76
220.40
594.28
268.15

1 673.53
171.50
134.55
747.69
619.80

1 870.97
239.51
121.38
788.89
721.19

2 090.34
405.89
61.17
822.39
800.89

2 178.96
438.89
58.93
851.94
829.20

..
..
..
..
..

2.26
3.59
- 3.84
1.76
5.04

1.33
4.81
- 4.04
0.65
1.47

Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

2 764.58
491.13
1 554.54
301.12
417.80

2 862.61
545.67
1 525.84
256.73
534.37

2 995.91
572.83
1 526.65
232.67
663.76

3 212.14
649.04
1 657.47
156.08
749.55

3 411.41
691.05
1 648.23
112.92
959.22

3 528.05
720.89
1 667.09
125.71
1 014.36

..
..
..
..
..

0.66
1.04
0.19
- 2.33
2.43

0.82
1.16
0.44
- 3.03
2.14

679.80
17.00
650.33
7.21
5.26

755.85
16.96
730.33
2.55
6.01

904.62
18.68
878.01
0.28
7.64

996.96
22.06
963.42
0.10
11.37

1 103.46
20.79
1 038.23
0.14
44.29

1 113.85
22.64
1 041.67
0.14
49.41

..
..
..
..
..

1.34
0.78
1.28
- 10.18
6.24

1.05
0.97
0.86
- 3.61
9.78

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

1 158.26
249.09
517.44
183.95
207.78

1 153.45
255.60
491.34
160.58
245.93

1 073.43
246.53
403.27
160.61
263.03

1 108.90
260.20
433.13
123.98
291.59

1 067.36
248.39
415.76
90.66
312.54

1 141.47
270.89
431.10
102.04
337.44

..
..
..
..
..

- 0.04
0.23
- 0.49
- 1.58
1.32

0.31
0.47
0.33
- 2.24
1.25

926.53
225.04
386.77
109.95
204.76

953.31
273.11
304.17
93.60
282.43

1 017.87
307.62
245.37
71.78
393.09

1 106.29
366.78
260.92
32.01
446.59

1 240.60
421.86
194.24
22.12
602.38

1 272.72
427.35
194.33
23.53
627.51

..
..
..
..
..

0.86
1.75
- 1.84
- 4.08
3.07

1.12
1.66
- 1.16
- 5.42
2.37

537.71
143.72
194.96
76.63
122.41

542.16
173.37
144.58
63.83
160.38

576.29
197.64
112.29
47.06
219.29

635.19
233.73
118.16
23.90
259.40

681.16
264.05
88.10
16.09
312.93

704.63
267.93
87.76
18.10
330.84

..
..
..
..
..

0.73
1.70
- 2.13
- 3.83
2.72

1.01
1.53
- 1.22
- 4.67
2.08

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

863 122

843 068

863 212

854 119

1 102 769

1 093 102

1 122 562

1 150 275

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

78 887
66 072
- 14 829
6 346

146 512
90 525
- 7 377
5 449

182 635
109 460
- 721
20 316

5 717
276 403
110 000
- 20 441
3 880

3 359
714 097
342 177
2 021
- 9 213

3 364
701 151
342 531
- 7 822
3 753

3 602
739 988
363 950
17 561
- 1 527

3 839
750 674
372 414
- 12 933
4 919

Total consumption

854 762

886 229

915 350

1 001 918

1 489 282

1 443 511

1 521 290

1 514 522

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

157 067
129 423
2 533
15 315
727
95
817
7 848
309

157 041
130 985
5 538
13 815
1 890
180
1 275
3 178
180

174 390
149 759
5 765
10 140
1 963
2 057
1 301
3 314
91

214 908
149 412
7 236
15 100
34 490
1 803
1 203
3 617
1 244
803

501 229
348 492
9 574
88 924
41 251
6 389
2 783
306
2 080
1 430

493 902
344 617
11 305
87 268
38 268
5 866
2 484
315
2 375
1 404

533 736
369 298
12 346
95 802
41 581
7 104
2 627
321
2 335
2 322

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

86 295
159
53 382
31 111
364
1 155
124

87 231
197
60 074
24 990
482
1 316
172

63 563
189
40 928
20 681
527
1 041
197

80 460
228
54 791
22 876
528
593
1 444

105 207
144
67 846
27 700
68
471
8 978

107 227
139
68 585
28 498
44
326
9 635

109 674
148
68 048
30 404
61
368
10 645

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

3 138

2 961

3 102

3 593

3 327

3 921

4 541

..

Final consumption

608 262

638 996

674 295

702 957

879 519

838 461

873 339

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

302 401
14 245
22 437
1 763
11 684
698
5 013
935
3 917
2 943
74
52
1 215
237 425

275 233
18 665
24 438
3 781
16 536
1 237
8 218
2 907
6 382
6 350
148
84
2 288
184 199

296 763
19 559
25 436
3 960
17 358
1 222
8 640
5 397
7 229
6 586
129
112
2 506
198 629

262 555
15 551
79 040
5 340
17 119
2 897
8 667
2 821
11 748
10 430
410
1 443
3 522
103 567

296 248
27 233
72 946
14 416
36 787
11 405
23 977
10 959
37 352
28 144
3 415
2 622
7 281
19 711

270 870
22 923
67 514
13 906
31 657
10 271
21 583
11 823
35 731
26 417
3 198
2 671
6 929
16 247

295 597
25 971
73 726
14 448
33 555
11 159
23 160
13 626
38 397
28 240
3 388
3 121
7 347
19 459

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

20 803
169
20 634
-

15 518
303
15 177
38

20 680
327
20 008
345

22 704
369
22 323
12

27 032
2 646
24 225
161

25 194
3 092
21 932
170

27 467
3 794
23 502
171

..
..
..
..

278 509
85 778
177 123
149
15 459

329 422
93 912
209 122
591
25 797

337 378
95 383
213 310
757
27 928

377 631
122 118
242 736
6 141
6 636

522 917
179 743
327 485
5 333
10 356

512 140
178 287
320 146
5 209
8 498

517 798
183 516
324 081
5 615
4 586

..
..
..
..
..

6 549
6 549
-

18 823
18 793
30

19 474
19 443
31

40 067
40 043
24

33 322
31 921
1 401

30 257
28 986
1 271

32 477
31 135
1 342

..
..
..

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

32 345 459

31 469 703

32 422 617

32 263 744

42 120 512

41 739 965

42 763 394

43 934 557

2 910 745
2 342 093
- 561 580
260 881

5 464 382
3 249 623
- 272 808
221 630

6 827 420
3 949 468
- 23 813
768 413

232 829
10 586 134
4 073 690
- 784 247
174 708

135 826
27 583 158
12 966 859
76 905
- 389 048

134 920
27 087 008
13 038 435
- 294 572
131 356

145 022
28 767 092
13 890 519
684 840
- 70 952

156 046
29 253 032
14 235 741
- 504 882
283 111

32 091 650

33 190 024

34 508 343

38 050 062

57 338 590

55 497 530

58 540 781

58 319 901

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

5 845 189
4 879 995
84 812
514 630
26 894
3 668
28 164
296 616
10 410

5 841 627
4 932 080
201 021
468 369
65 871
6 908
44 514
116 631
6 233

6 582 220
5 707 077
211 231
349 078
67 584
76 727
45 359
121 875
3 289

8 190 030
5 758 139
269 041
529 356
1 311 975
68 950
42 785
133 277
45 964
30 543

19 354 805
13 528 492
376 429
3 367 215
1 587 041
239 674
108 753
13 403
79 569
54 229

19 045 013
13 357 549
442 223
3 300 071
1 469 241
221 003
97 503
13 126
91 271
53 026

20 591 533
14 299 473
483 860
3 642 812
1 598 439
271 712
102 666
13 056
89 950
89 565

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

3 275 972
5 989
2 025 388
1 182 666
12 464
45 297
4 168

3 304 103
7 191
2 275 305
946 980
16 904
51 720
6 003

2 420 162
7 018
1 558 621
788 358
18 603
40 587
6 975

3 071 981
8 563
2 094 562
872 094
19 692
21 675
55 395

4 077 116
5 468
2 625 414
1 056 470
2 704
18 435
368 625

4 142 008
5 339
2 648 680
1 085 517
1 741
12 708
388 023

4 225 281
5 675
2 621 747
1 155 673
2 441
14 286
425 459

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

116 647

108 662

114 291

133 008

130 641

154 327

178 737

..

Final consumption

22 853 842

23 935 632

25 391 670

26 655 043

33 776 028

32 156 182

33 545 230

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

11 357 328
506 247
807 973
63 657
422 720
23 932
184 431
32 774
139 070
105 961
2 661
1 990
43 232
9 022 680

10 315 695
677 901
894 517
140 092
608 685
43 695
304 390
107 487
231 057
236 734
5 195
3 186
83 997
6 978 759

11 191 606
713 121
935 576
147 200
639 950
43 618
320 228
201 877
262 883
245 716
4 572
4 186
92 465
7 580 214

9 966 681
579 683
2 995 025
202 865
645 698
107 381
328 109
106 091
440 760
394 739
15 293
54 779
133 375
3 962 883

11 413 575
1 050 628
2 805 178
570 089
1 420 500
439 058
920 906
419 258
1 433 094
1 080 288
130 419
102 266
281 938
759 953

10 414 120
884 140
2 586 793
543 216
1 216 547
395 248
828 382
454 496
1 369 669
1 013 007
122 149
104 460
268 072
627 941

11 376 232
1 004 058
2 827 450
560 753
1 290 958
430 137
890 521
524 926
1 473 575
1 084 819
129 384
121 861
284 229
753 561

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

791 006
6 393
784 613
-

588 875
11 522
576 018
1 335

789 063
12 442
763 955
12 666

869 086
14 020
854 604
462

1 038 523
104 288
927 694
6 541

967 564
122 225
838 543
6 796

1 053 679
149 697
897 161
6 821

..
..
..
..

10 471 773
3 254 959
6 687 690
5 439
523 685

12 354 627
3 553 331
7 880 100
22 230
898 966

12 708 560
3 628 067
8 067 645
28 127
984 721

14 314 787
4 669 639
9 197 040
201 733
246 375

20 059 812
6 886 890
12 578 587
193 148
401 187

19 630 529
6 828 849
12 286 931
187 591
327 158

19 886 101
7 033 210
12 467 809
201 032
184 050

..
..
..
..
..

233 735
233 735
-

676 435
675 250
1 185

702 441
701 235
1 206

1 504 489
1 503 571
918

1 264 118
1 210 558
53 560

1 143 969
1 095 413
48 556

1 229 218
1 178 077
51 141

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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IEA TOTAL
Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres

2010

2011e

Terajoules

Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

1 553
92 627
3 273
1 162
6 521
79
801
47 502
101 798
11 187
19 682
2 150
288 335

2 169
92 872
2 571
1 168
6 845
94
849
47 710
97 773
13 355
20 509
4 189
290 104

1 105
87 834
2 148
1 125
7 970
87
76
44 711
91 154
10 818
28 722
4 351
280 101

61 295
3 516 921
119 141
44 724
245 345
3 007
29 855
1 707 835
3 974 035
407 706
756 375
82 186
10 948 425

85 314
3 526 215
99 115
44 948
258 147
3 586
31 648
1 838 696
3 779 357
485 991
790 022
159 997
11 103 036

43 703
3 334 942
82 049
43 990
305 234
3 312
2 819
1 742 474
3 534 521
392 598
1 106 385
166 902
10 758 929

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

30 595
4 960
5 252
129 311
10 961
181 079

35 214
4 521
7 766
120 604
9 903
178 008

32 885
3 807
8 190
128 308
2 601
175 791

1 187 318
189 980
201 187
4 891 570
417 760
6 887 815

1 363 716
173 178
297 431
4 672 840
377 313
6 884 478

1 280 823
145 790
313 704
5 010 067
99 098
6 849 482

Non-specified

24 194

28 044

32 932

974 621

1 044 603

1 220 490

Total imports

493 608

496 156

488 824

18 810 861

19 032 117

18 828 901

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

19 212
859
3 009
23 080

19 895
1 005
4 462
25 362

19 990
536
3 762
24 288

753 731
33 547
121 258
908 536

779 429
39 819
179 432
998 680

782 137
21 702
161 745
965 584

20 827
9 068
11 743
3 457
21 855
758
25 254
9 581
11 260
38 949
15 912
7 205
243
7 397
183 509

18 688
9 344
9 688
1 025
25 516
579
26 916
18 534
10 060
708
57 093
13 110
7 455
3 565
12 219
214 500

16 026
9 548
6 539
3 832
21 199
86
26 386
22 369
11 533
2 422
74 140
11 321
7 893
6 793
14 461
234 548

846 784
355 414
470 078
138 954
862 961
30 581
1 005 242
388 739
456 987
1 558 660
632 925
281 052
10 114
291 957
7 330 448

759 195
367 137
389 771
41 614
1 014 953
23 482
1 066 961
757 157
408 905
28 626
2 280 524
519 684
291 622
145 794
486 822
8 582 247

644 515
374 791
262 006
151 762
854 220
3 481
1 043 145
899 199
464 773
97 662
2 929 673
453 673
307 808
278 666
573 643
9 339 017

Non-specified

954

3 970

3 014

37 163

154 048

119 530

Total imports

207 543

243 832

261 850

8 276 147

9 734 975

10 424 131

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres

2011e

Terajoules

Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

19 212
1 631
92 627
3 273
1 162
6 521
87
801
47 502
104 721
11 187
20 541
2 150
311 415

19 895
2 331
92 872
2 571
1 168
6 845
94
849
47 710
102 073
13 355
21 514
4 189
315 466

19 990
1 356
87 834
2 148
1 125
7 970
122
76
44 711
94 628
10 818
29 258
4 353
304 389

753 731
64 438
3 516 921
119 141
44 724
245 345
3 358
29 855
1 707 835
4 091 799
407 706
789 922
82 186
11 856 961

779 429
91 966
3 526 215
99 115
44 948
258 147
3 586
31 648
1 838 696
3 952 137
485 991
829 841
159 997
12 101 716

782 137
53 971
3 334 942
82 049
43 990
305 234
4 685
2 819
1 742 474
3 684 558
392 598
1 128 087
166 969
11 724 513

Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

51 422
4 960
9 068
11 743
3 457
21 855
5 252
9 926
25 254
9 581
11 260
38 949
136 708
15 912
7 205
243
1 793
364 588

53 902
4 521
9 344
9 734
1 025
25 516
7 766
9 980
26 916
18 534
10 060
57 093
132 823
13 110
7 455
3 565
1 164
392 508

48 911
3 807
9 548
6 539
3 832
21 199
8 190
2 425
26 386
22 369
11 533
74 140
142 769
11 321
7 893
6 793
2 684
410 339

2 034 102
189 980
355 414
470 078
138 954
862 961
201 187
379 882
1 005 242
388 739
456 987
1 558 660
5 183 527
632 925
281 052
10 114
68 459
14 218 263

2 122 911
173 178
367 137
391 524
41 614
1 014 953
297 431
381 660
1 066 961
757 157
408 905
2 280 524
5 159 662
519 684
291 622
145 794
46 008
15 466 725

1 925 338
145 790
374 791
262 006
151 762
854 220
313 704
92 597
1 043 145
899 199
464 773
2 929 673
5 583 710
453 673
307 808
278 666
107 644
16 188 499

Non-specified

25 148

32 014

35 946

1 011 784

1 198 651

1 340 020

Total imports

701 151

739 988

750 674

27 087 008

28 767 092

29 253 032

Memo: Total OPEC

122 335

154 730

163 928

4 843 622

6 131 305

6 468 319

2010

2011e

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

19 689
19 839
3 289
22 249
54 351
4 946
12 882
18 288
1 792
9 674
12 382
3 881
1 219
1 034
33 687
96 112
4 698
320 012

26 585
21 006
3 030
19 614
50 074
5 133
14 938
19 480
1 859
9 443
12 204
3 698
1 641
926
39 547
96 442
5 487
331 107

Terajoules
25 864
26 535
3 157
18 553
48 337
5 287
16 402
19 957
1 728
14 167
11 809
3 215
1 296
676
35 675
93 151
6 532
332 341

736 595
753 244
130 518
833 257
1 998 080
195 685
469 360
729 461
71 650
360 656
493 561
154 002
50 674
37 576
1 283 355
3 694 670
185 460
12 177 804

983 760
797 712
120 276
730 705
1 847 952
202 558
536 059
777 003
74 116
351 833
491 458
146 940
68 193
32 805
1 509 297
3 715 961
217 236
12 603 864

957 389
1 007 489
125 080
688 359
1 779 849
208 949
597 276
777 870
70 463
527 871
477 426
127 544
53 927
22 953
1 370 958
3 588 640
258 193
12 640 236

22 519

32 843

40 073

860 631

1 286 655

1 595 505

342 531

363 950

372 414

13 038 435

13 890 519

14 235 741

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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IEA TOTAL
Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

103 734
65 934
36 381
38 461
666
171 082
138 259
105 614

92 299
57 858
31 521
24 623
-2 739
145 998
105 614
86 167

97 654
58 265
32 194
11 135
-2 302
137 162
86 167
79 160

88 178
52 779
26 317
-10 655
-1 981
105 966
79 160
89 476

88 018
49 315
24 329
-22 602
- 778
91 180
89 476
108 451

85 411
51 409
23 107
-22 758
- 464
91 419
108 451
126 967

86 855
54 522
23 841
-21 001
-1 266
97 801
126 967
143 228

85 695
53 595
25 169
-15 972
19
98 130
143 228
156 229

81 697
53 696
25 052
-13 635
1 558
95 148
156 229
168 312

89 260
56 356
25 990
-6 209
3 133
110 284
162 351
168 449

91 285
63 472
30 240
213
1 251
123 479
168 449
168 965

99 460
73 075
34 838
30 441
4 706
163 432
168 965
142 504

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

101 922
74 066
36 014
41 484
2 753
178 705
142 546
106 856

92 473
66 301
32 128
29 836
460
156 022
106 856
81 526

95 485
69 083
31 396
4 834
-1 666
139 672
81 526
77 814

89 610
58 363
26 940
-12 354
-1 337
110 016
77 814
89 102

91 696
56 482
29 045
-17 470
1 238
100 425
89 102
104 790

85 625
53 294
26 665
-18 754
-1 372
94 872
104 790
121 299

88 613
53 170
26 294
-14 324
106
101 059
121 299
133 105

87 373
52 525
24 938
-13 176
- 260
102 044
133 105
144 716

84 549
51 536
22 840
-14 573
1 469
97 203
144 716
157 788

94 854
58 903
29 969
-10 738
2 283
110 767
157 788
168 471

95 858
64 821
32 111
5 471
2 007
132 032
168 471
165 046

104 818
75 716
38 041
35 093
387
177 199
165 046
137 105

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

104 304
77 701
39 355
38 155
393
180 412
137 105
104 618

92 640
70 301
35 770
26 674
803
153 042
104 618
82 119

101 234
74 192
37 450
6 633
- 101
144 710
82 119
76 661

91 357
63 049
30 531
-11 136
842
111 897
76 661
86 899

90 300
62 616
29 582
-21 036
1 406
100 892
86 899
105 727

87 796
56 501
27 574
-18 438
1 004
97 281
105 727
122 105

90 196
56 542
28 974
-14 244
315
103 205
122 105
134 442

90 967
56 923
29 510
-14 757
192
103 431
134 442
147 856

88 687
54 289
28 447
-16 032
835
97 662
147 856
162 434

96 061
61 126
32 448
-12 889
2 481
109 369
162 434
175 083

98 916
65 316
35 106
3 435
2 206
130 355
175 083
172 851

104 545
71 827
37 086
20 474
1 912
157 848
172 851
155 358

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

3948 394
2551 960
1375 086
1458 751
27 866
6556 153
5329 053
4076 856

3515 408
2241 140
1197 585
931 634
-100 205
5590 802
4076 856
3328 663

3721 068
2260 525
1226 108
415 254
-83 608
5254 347
3328 663
3059 845

3381 090
2048 839
1012 470
-407 872
-31 982
4041 569
3059 845
3456 039

3375 655
1909 950
939 508
-857 327
-28 270
3517 040
3456 039
4184 653

3260 452
1989 368
893 255
-863 017
-3 129
3496 677
4184 653
4897 697

3332 735
2104 781
914 472
-793 200
-11 262
3741 106
4897 697
5522 564

3284 864
2067 989
958 146
-598 987
4 252
3791 468
5522 564
6021 231

3132 477
2071 250
960 291
-513 971
38 998
3690 467
6021 231
6483 381

3409 842
2183 016
992 507
-238 101
114 994
4247 256
6256 267
6492 520

3481 071
2461 662
1154 355
8 697
61 820
4735 255
6492 520
6511 296

3780 822
2824 269
1315 982
1165 890
186 092
6268 907
6511 296
5491 505

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

3873 794
2882 359
1370 769
1600 157
110 657
6874 884
5493 011
4117 134

3520 870
2581 478
1223 993
1147 887
21 162
6005 080
4117 134
3143 504

3657 850
2691 130
1207 896
186 674
-59 067
5386 825
3143 504
3000 230

3420 682
2270 651
1025 501
-471 408
-43 843
4238 267
3000 230
3430 160

3505 298
2198 010
1110 883
-670 799
55 582
3866 044
3430 160
4031 744

3279 983
2073 888
1022 033
-724 621
-47 308
3654 525
4031 744
4669 378

3406 540
2067 381
1016 838
-553 911
8 104
3895 068
4669 378
5125 554

3352 283
2044 652
961 082
-510 957
-6 185
3931 081
5125 554
5575 668

3242 370
2014 209
883 630
-561 154
70 951
3740 844
5575 668
6078 747

3628 321
2293 118
1156 307
-412 306
91 012
4261 814
6078 747
6488 947

3658 438
2529 068
1231 411
211 048
81 286
5085 857
6488 947
6357 261

3989 833
2949 220
1453 669
1353 670
16 352
6822 702
6357 261
5280 850

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
3973 850 3528 498 3862 366
+ Imports
3022 811 2737 026 2891 920
- Exports
1510 370 1365 897 1434 583
+ Stock changes
1472 600 1022 893 252 912
- Statistical difference
15 411
31 725
-1 523
Total consumption
6943 480 5890 795 5574 138
Opening stock level
5280 850 4027 566 3166 186
Closing stock level
4027 566 3166 186 2958 648
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

3500 765
2451 625
1176 912
-427 823
36 774
4310 881
2958 648
3351 530

3463 195
2437 369
1142 300
-811 014
59 897
3887 353
3351 530
4076 769

3366 333
2194 812
1062 519
-708 356
40 725
3749 545
4076 769
4705 338

3453 559
2197 353
1114 508
-560 934
2 111
3973 359
4705 338
5192 297

3491 529
2216 182
1144 214
-572 318
6 334
3984 845
5192 297
5712 402

3398 290
2112 503
1099 669
-618 270
30 330
3762 524
5712 402
6274 397

3674 590
2376 957
1247 976
-497 754
92 901
4212 916
6274 397
6762 845

3776 902
2537 542
1347 133
134 503
80 348
5021 466
6762 845
6674 836

3981 086
2795 515
1415 123
791 065
69 531
6083 012
6674 836
5999 317

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)


Mcm

Mcm

45000

120000

40000
100000
35000
80000

30000
25000

60000
20000
40000

15000
10000

20000

Jan-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Jan-11

Stock changes

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

5000

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

200000

50000

180000
40000
160000
30000

140000

20000

120000

10000

100000
80000

0
60000
-10000
40000
-20000

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

0
Jan-09

-30000

20000

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
3000

2500

Mtoe

2000

1500

1000

500

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 1889 Mtoe)

(TPES: 2459 Mtoe)


Oil
(35.4%)

Oil
(47.5%)

Nuclear
(1.4%)

Coal
(17.3%)

Nuclear
(9.7%)

Coal
(20.6%)

Hydro
(2.5%)
Other
(5.0%)

Hydro
(2.1%)
Other
(2.5%)
Natural Gas
(29.2%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

1 654.45
563.98
631.13
345.06
114.29

1 760.68
518.19
581.99
468.43
192.08

1 926.22
506.64
526.69
580.25
312.64

2 008.06
564.67
511.31
570.63
361.45

2 076.00
614.93
491.80
560.82
408.45

2 122.34
627.35
511.50
565.61
417.89

2 201.06
667.34
533.97
573.32
426.43

0.75
0.44
- 0.44
1.35
3.53

0.64
1.32
0.07
- 0.06
1.49

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

400.45
24.23
363.39
11.20
1.64

423.72
22.82
386.19
11.86
2.85

498.90
35.68
448.09
11.66
3.47

581.42
66.32
498.02
12.38
4.69

801.74
104.07
670.66
20.05
6.95

804.35
105.62
673.58
19.03
6.12

774.39
105.22
647.83
14.10
7.25

1.75
3.94
1.53
0.61
3.98

2.12
5.28
1.77
0.91
3.57

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

139.71
24.89
74.52
38.68
1.62

128.62
19.52
37.68
68.52
2.89

216.33
35.01
88.55
89.44
3.34

267.74
68.24
114.28
80.63
4.58

385.55
103.28
223.16
51.79
7.31

420.50
105.27
240.19
67.92
7.12

476.79
111.40
270.57
83.43
11.39

3.28
4.02
3.45
2.04
5.26

3.83
5.67
5.46
- 0.33
6.02

1 889.29
551.79
896.88
326.31
114.31

1 997.29
522.34
885.45
397.47
192.04

2 123.54
492.96
833.36
484.45
312.77

2 297.99
574.39
862.74
499.28
361.58

2 415.72
613.60
887.13
507.19
407.80

2 468.16
635.07
891.36
524.93
416.79

2 458.79
659.62
869.51
507.56
422.10

0.70
0.47
- 0.08
1.17
3.50

0.70
1.40
0.20
0.22
1.44

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

466.25
87.66
84.14
225.21
69.25

588.38
87.34
63.68
307.07
130.28

822.20
91.60
31.04
417.03
282.52

941.20
132.90
17.58
467.58
323.14

987.32
182.24
13.72
459.88
331.48

1 027.45
196.54
12.67
483.23
335.01

..
..
..
..
..

2.16
2.21
- 4.99
2.08
4.35

1.12
3.89
- 4.38
0.74
0.86

1 446.68
390.69
769.15
79.38
207.46

1 466.41
373.63
769.13
60.55
263.10

1 452.57
346.29
752.08
58.86
295.34

1 551.90
377.10
794.46
33.84
346.50

1 649.62
363.90
821.51
26.92
437.29

1 696.16
370.99
839.05
29.94
456.18

..
..
..
..
..

0.43
- 0.14
0.24
- 2.60
2.15

0.78
0.35
0.55
- 3.32
2.20

447.87
16.84
430.25
0.12
0.65

469.59
16.38
452.74
..
0.46

530.69
18.31
511.75
..
0.64

575.31
21.44
550.56
..
3.31

632.56
17.30
591.30
..
23.96

642.93
18.69
596.80
..
27.44

..
..
..
..
..

0.98
0.28
0.89
..
10.66

0.96
0.10
0.77
..
20.71

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

535.41
189.07
182.30
65.02
99.02

551.09
170.06
212.22
52.53
116.29

465.02
144.00
167.51
49.17
104.34

482.32
148.73
172.82
30.99
129.79

459.21
138.22
170.06
25.33
125.60

490.70
146.15
181.85
28.43
134.26

..
..
..
..
..

- 0.24
- 0.69
- 0.01
- 2.21
0.83

0.27
0.07
0.41
- 2.70
1.27

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

463.41
184.78
156.60
14.24
107.79

445.73
187.19
104.17
8.02
146.35

456.86
183.98
72.82
9.69
190.37

494.27
206.94
71.08
2.85
213.40

557.85
208.38
60.15
1.59
287.72

562.54
206.15
60.40
1.51
294.47

..
..
..
..
..

0.53
0.30
- 2.54
- 5.88
2.75

1.05
0.57
- 0.93
- 8.87
2.21

262.94
118.97
84.20
3.57
56.20

243.88
119.19
52.13
1.65
70.91

238.60
113.91
31.03
1.53
92.12

277.64
126.61
32.45
1.76
116.83

294.49
125.25
25.31
0.00
143.93

299.25
124.26
24.07
0.00
150.92

..
..
..
..
..

0.35
0.12
- 3.33
- 17.13
2.71

1.14
0.44
- 1.26
- 26.32
2.50

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1
Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

690 426

616 404

631 657

615 675

747 447

748 213

764 172

811 714

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

29 648
30 552
- 14 110
7 938

27 345
26 038
- 4 190
7 937

27 900
23 953
1 036
20 739

1 398
44 048
43 113
- 17 412
3 118

1 431
128 419
130 276
7 357
- 2 305

1 515
126 884
125 607
- 2 620
6 341

1 552
128 546
127 779
8 751
5 333

1 453
127 963
135 402
- 1 967
7 749

Total consumption

667 474

605 584

615 901

597 478

756 683

742 044

769 909

796 012

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

107 288
107 288
-

92 764
92 294
470
-

106 377
105 783
594
-

111 798
80 452
747
289
29 597
293
420

218 770
162 880
2 556
35 425
15 131
2 080
698

225 058
167 944
4 071
34 684
15 275
2 375
709

243 097
181 888
4 408
37 086
16 414
2 335
966

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

81 977
51 356
30 621
-

78 287
54 696
23 591
-

54 172
34 928
19 244
-

65 039
115
44 571
20 353
-

73 461
114
51 782
21 565
-

74 001
105
52 504
21 392
-

74 571
113
51 731
22 727
-

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..

Final consumption

478 209

434 533

455 352

420 641

464 452

442 985

452 241

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

231 429
231 429

185 031
1 551
2 210
701
674
1 681
2 030
176 184

204 414
1 799
2 941
813
620
4 119
2 111
192 011

153 967
1 493
53 730
660
416
1 797
3 041
517
92 313

167 314
11 421
46 507
7 634
15 054
7 460
12 304
10 205
20 271
16 793
2 599
486
3 599
12 981

153 676
10 529
43 336
6 907
13 674
6 776
11 177
11 063
18 414
15 995
2 361
376
3 269
9 799

162 946
11 105
46 027
7 203
14 427
7 151
11 795
12 545
19 432
16 711
2 492
478
3 450
10 130

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

20 611
20 611
-

15 142
15 142
-

19 968
19 968
-

22 248
44
22 204
-

22 974
785
22 189
-

21 060
874
20 186
-

22 784
917
21 867
-

..
..
..
..

226 169
80 556
145 613
-

232 014
82 583
149 112
319
-

228 107
82 536
145 234
337
-

223 428
84 501
138 314
613
-

258 333
101 220
156 521
592
-

253 703
100 583
152 498
622
-

251 363
99 117
151 530
716
-

..
..
..
..
..

2 346
2 346
-

2 863
2 863
-

20 998
20 998
-

15 831
14 430
1 401

14 546
13 275
1 271

15 148
13 806
1 342

..
..
..

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

26 243 734

23 390 584

24 112 992

23 575 701

28 601 057

28 614 735

29 192 674

31 053 738

1 127 308
1 158 181
- 536 321
301 250

1 037 821
986 925
- 158 982
301 415

1 062 007
908 242
39 222
787 223

52 084
1 660 307
1 629 126
- 667 841
97 664

52 092
4 892 200
4 968 742
287 464
- 91 917

54 747
4 842 730
4 806 069
- 98 735
244 618

56 096
4 914 740
4 898 730
343 409
222 624

52 723
4 896 205
5 183 875
- 71 734
362 281

25 375 290

22 981 083

23 518 756

22 893 461

28 955 988

28 362 790

29 385 565

30 384 776

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

4 078 986
4 078 986
-

3 520 554
3 502 727
17 827
-

4 064 328
4 041 811
22 517
-

4 289 566
3 087 386
28 225
10 919
1 136 099
11 062
15 875

8 371 593
6 232 873
97 816
1 355 612
579 018
79 569
26 705

8 598 896
6 415 315
156 303
1 325 370
583 385
91 271
27 252

9 273 004
6 935 189
169 593
1 415 431
625 644
89 950
37 197

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

3 116 059
1 951 714
1 164 345
-

2 970 765
2 075 439
895 326
-

2 067 995
1 332 856
735 139
-

2 489 880
4 350
1 705 072
780 458
-

2 810 990
4 358
1 981 408
825 224
-

2 830 454
4 048
2 009 116
817 290
-

2 849 225
4 360
1 978 049
866 816
-

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..

18 180 245

16 489 764

17 386 433

16 114 015

17 773 405

16 933 440

17 263 336

..

8 798 246
8 798 246

7 021 589
58 770
83 757
26 569
25 535
63 702
76 949
6 686 307

7 805 046
68 174
111 465
30 815
23 492
156 122
79 989
7 334 989

5 897 448
56 397
2 060 284
24 936
15 713
67 884
114 891
19 524
3 537 819

6 402 413
437 051
1 779 636
292 114
576 051
285 454
470 852
390 439
775 729
642 609
99 468
18 602
137 724
496 684

5 875 191
402 529
1 656 019
263 943
522 263
258 789
426 869
425 170
703 266
611 387
90 176
14 458
124 859
375 463

6 221 972
423 933
1 756 229
274 815
549 929
272 565
449 591
483 247
740 701
637 801
94 976
18 404
131 505
388 276

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

783 723
783 723
-

574 684
574 684
-

762 395
762 395
-

851 809
1 660
850 149
-

879 113
30 036
849 077
-

805 099
33 416
771 683
-

869 668
34 999
834 669
-

..
..
..
..

8 598 276
3 062 267
5 536 009
-

8 804 593
3 133 815
5 658 670
12 108
-

8 710 470
3 151 253
5 546 460
12 757
-

8 561 253
3 237 387
5 300 695
23 171
-

9 886 107
3 873 214
5 990 258
22 635
-

9 696 712
3 844 594
5 828 201
23 917
-

9 592 862
3 783 050
5 782 230
27 582
-

..
..
..
..
..

88 898
88 898
-

108 522
108 522
-

803 505
803 505
-

605 772
552 212
53 560

556 438
507 882
48 556

578 834
527 693
51 141

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Losses
Final consumption
Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified
Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

2010

2011e

Terajoules

92 627
801
19 682
113 110

92 872
849
20 509
114 230

87 834
76
28 722
116 632

3 516 921
29 855
756 375
4 303 151

3 526 215
31 648
790 022
4 347 885

3 334 942
2 819
1 106 385
4 444 146

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

Non-specified

Total imports

113 110

114 230

116 632

4 303 151

4 347 885

4 444 146

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

830
830

737
737

430
430

33 418
33 418

29 643
29 643

17 292
17 292

4 627
377
452
7 488
12 944

2 067
1 182
546
1 715
6 968
1 101
13 579

994
67
471
2 731
4 937
1 701
10 901

179 274
15 583
18 633
292 671
506 161

80 092
48 876
21 997
70 439
271 854
43 954
537 212

38 538
2 766
19 114
113 954
192 514
67 881
434 767

Non-specified

Total imports

13 774

14 316

11 331

539 579

566 855

452 059

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres


Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

2011e

Terajoules

92 627
801
830
19 682
113 940

92 872
849
737
20 509
114 967

87 834
76
430
28 722
117 062

3 516 921
29 855
33 418
756 375
4 336 569

3 526 215
31 648
29 643
790 022
4 377 528

3 334 942
2 819
17 292
1 106 385
4 461 438

4 627
377
452
7 488
12 944

2 067
1 182
1 715
6 968
1 101
546
13 579

994
67
2 731
4 937
1 701
471
10 901

179 274
15 583
18 633
292 671
506 161

80 092
48 876
70 439
271 854
43 954
21 997
537 212

38 538
2 766
113 954
192 514
67 881
19 114
434 767

Non-specified

Total imports

126 884

128 546

127 963

4 842 730

4 914 740

4 896 205

829

2 897

2 798

34 216

119 315

116 720

2010

2011e

Memo: Total OPEC

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

19 839
865
77
9 585
95 241
125 607

20 919
932
334
9 443
117
271
95 589
127 605

Terajoules
26 535
510
259
14 167
168
81
92 724
82
134 526

753 244
32 541
3 050
357 141
3 660 093
4 806 069

794 259
35 083
13 170
351 833
4 735
10 688
3 682 101
4 891 869

1 007 489
19 195
10 197
527 871
6 806
3 192
3 571 721
3 285
5 149 756

174

876

6 861

34 119

125 607

127 779

135 402

4 806 069

4 898 730

5 183 875

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres
Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

66 689
12 424
12 301
22 520
255
89 077
80 382
60 370

60 453
11 315
11 655
12 778
-3 095
75 986
60 370
49 752

66 568
11 142
12 664
4 598
-1 661
71 305
49 752
46 968

61 470
10 740
9 714
-7 181
-1 284
56 599
46 968
54 051

62 809
8 863
8 682
-14 707
- 520
48 803
54 051
67 207

61 023
8 992
8 489
-12 606
435
48 485
67 207
78 112

61 992
9 975
8 772
-11 045
- 18
52 168
78 112
87 456

62 968
10 730
10 604
-7 885
389
54 820
87 456
95 063

59 394
10 024
10 423
-8 146
530
50 319
95 063
103 181

61 670
8 976
9 057
-4 274
2 810
54 505
103 181
107 819

60 318
10 213
10 038
- 159
2 097
58 237
107 819
108 599

63 886
12 065
11 777
22 658
4 887
81 945
108 599
88 581

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

64 973
13 158
11 790
25 612
2 542
89 411
88 581
65 199

58 979
11 095
10 241
19 716
479
79 070
65 199
47 638

64 679
11 371
10 574
1 377
-1 918
68 771
47 638
46 763

61 655
9 927
9 228
-10 134
-2 106
54 326
46 763
56 914

63 867
10 081
10 108
-11 789
256
51 795
56 914
68 476

60 621
9 497
9 673
-9 739
- 993
51 699
68 476
77 544

64 383
10 796
10 441
-6 842
1 123
56 773
77 544
83 932

65 153
10 051
10 817
-5 403
505
58 479
83 932
89 223

62 978
9 419
9 373
-10 766
701
51 557
89 223
99 266

65 426
10 198
10 004
-9 808
2 022
53 790
99 266
108 973

63 964
10 144
10 481
2 887
2 328
64 186
108 973
106 660

68 694
12 810
13 051
21 011
2 045
87 419
106 660
88 044

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

68 977
13 640
13 488
25 804
1 380
93 553
88 044
65 307

61 447
11 722
11 757
18 766
337
79 841
65 307
48 781

68 827
12 100
12 190
4 995
392
73 340
48 781
44 730

66 233
10 210
10 852
-5 883
173
59 535
44 730
50 630

67 721
9 942
10 922
-11 506
726
54 509
50 630
61 909

66 014
10 015
10 545
-10 354
1 154
53 976
61 909
71 592

67 712
10 355
11 328
-7 374
299
59 066
71 592
78 512

68 119
10 090
10 833
-7 058
210
60 108
78 512
85 458

66 361
9 462
10 682
-11 935
140
53 066
85 458
96 670

69 931
10 113
10 464
-11 094
1 427
57 059
96 670
107 663

68 927
9 562
10 461
- 310
1 449
66 269
107 663
108 750

72 259
11 159
11 856
11 843
1 799
81 606
108 750
97 981

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

2550 731
473 626
470 040
860 661
10 256
3404 722
3069 823
2305 556

2312 165
431 665
445 446
488 507
-117 440
2904 331
2305 556
1900 050

2543 371
424 597
482 563
175 718
-62 728
2723 851
1900 050
1793 728

2350 737
410 717
371 413
-274 261
-47 533
2163 313
1793 728
2064 231

2401 791
338 671
331 811
-562 026
-18 666
1865 291
2064 231
2566 664

2333 491
343 472
324 684
-481 839
17 520
1852 920
2566 664
2983 130

2370 498
380 811
335 323
-422 225
186
1993 575
2983 130
3339 982

2407 907
408 832
405 661
-301 194
14 913
2094 971
3339 982
3630 496

2271 257
382 252
398 528
-311 091
20 813
1923 077
3630 496
3940 526

2358 202
342 052
346 221
-163 135
107 562
2083 336
3940 526
4117 653

2306 644
390 363
383 449
-5 916
81 652
2225 990
4117 653
4147 442

2443 475
460 353
449 822
865 955
187 690
3132 271
4147 442
3382 946

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

2485 016
503 402
450 869
978 648
99 018
3417 179
3382 946
2489 978

2255 628
424 337
391 499
753 480
19 933
3022 013
2489 978
1819 315

2473 412
434 315
404 030
52 716
-72 113
2628 526
1819 315
1785 899

2357 666
380 140
352 783
-387 029
-78 466
2076 460
1785 899
2173 570

2442 237
385 157
386 389
-450 293
11 025
1979 687
2173 570
2615 128

2318 041
363 033
369 570
-372 097
-36 369
1975 776
2615 128
2961 438

2461 866
412 191
399 161
-261 416
43 884
2169 596
2961 438
3205 399

2491 381
383 070
413 660
-206 388
19 621
2234 782
3205 399
3407 464

2409 237
359 549
358 965
-411 382
27 510
1970 929
3407 464
3791 011

2502 889
390 083
382 828
-374 620
78 831
2056 693
3791 011
4161 725

2447 111
388 478
400 533
110 456
91 234
2454 278
4161 725
4073 391

2628 547
489 529
499 181
803 212
79 758
3342 349
4073 391
3362 438

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
2639 411 2351 270 2633 228
+ Imports
522 222 448 134 463 750
- Exports
516 002 449 609 465 773
+ Stock changes
986 492 717 408 191 083
- Statistical difference
55 292
14 442
17 990
Total consumption
3576 831 3052 761 2804 298
Opening stock level
3362 438 2494 102 1862 967
Closing stock level
2494 102 1862 967 1708 258
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

2532 522
390 503
414 049
-224 681
8 748
2275 547
1708 258
1933 581

2589 311
381 563
416 613
-439 485
31 281
2083 495
1933 581
2364 331

2524 114
382 746
402 412
-395 585
45 727
2063 136
2364 331
2734 129

2588 957
395 213
432 617
-281 733
12 612
2257 208
2734 129
2998 407

2605 686
386 282
414 338
-269 603
10 123
2297 904
2998 407
3263 677

2538 384
361 665
408 146
-456 026
7 068
2028 809
3263 677
3691 868

2674 948
387 062
400 188
-423 734
56 464
2181 624
3691 868
4111 696

2636 638
365 210
399 600
-11 579
56 682
2533 987
4111 696
4153 209

2764 435
426 552
453 170
452 659
70 470
3120 006
4153 209
3741 936

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)

Jan-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Oct-10

Jan-11

Stock changes

Jul-10

-2000

Apr-10

Jan-10

-1500

Oct-09

10000

Jul-09

-1000

Apr-09

20000

Oct-11

-500

Jul-11

30000

Apr-11

Jan-11

40000

Oct-10

500

Jul-10

50000

Apr-10

1000

Jan-10

60000

Oct-09

1500

Jul-09

70000

Apr-09

2000

Jan-09

80000

Jan-09

Mcm

Mcm

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

100000

30000

90000

25000

80000

20000

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

-20000

Oct-11

10000

Jul-11

-15000

Apr-11

20000

Jan-11

-10000

Oct-10

30000

Jul-10

-5000

Apr-10

40000

Jan-10

Oct-09

50000

Jul-09

5000

Apr-09

60000

Jan-09

10000

Jan-09

70000

15000

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
1000
900
800
700

Mtoe

600
500
400
300
200
100

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 407 Mtoe)

(TPES: 854 Mtoe)

Oil
(40.3%)

Oil
(72.0%)

Coal
(27.1%)
Nuclear
(7.7%)

Coal
(22.1%)

Nuclear
(0.6%)
Hydro
Natural Gas
Other (2.0%)
(2.1%)
(1.2%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Hydro
(1.3%)
Other
(2.9%)
Natural Gas
(20.7%)

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Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

108.30
5.95
20.83
66.09 e
15.42

143.45
10.20
22.23
72.14
38.88 e

266.88
22.92
31.69
119.57
92.70

319.26
30.86
31.13
135.98
121.28 e

450.65
46.78
29.23
229.51
145.12

469.19
50.07
27.89
241.43
149.80

417.28
56.58
24.14
234.73
101.83

3.61
6.11
0.39
3.39
5.09

2.15
4.40
- 1.29
3.26
0.45

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

352.11
2.78
307.58
41.75 e
..

370.39
19.53
298.39
52.46 e
..

474.93
45.01
340.74
89.15 e
0.02

598.25
59.49
425.56
113.18 e
0.01

693.38
113.52
414.93
164.90
0.02

744.23
126.92
428.88
188.42
0.02

771.94
145.19
438.18
188.58
..

2.09
10.97
0.94
4.05
..

2.34
5.73
1.20
3.63
..

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

25.69
..
7.50
18.20 e
..

33.20
..
3.90
29.30
..

89.46
2.35
18.27
68.84
..

139.39
8.25
39.11
92.03
..

270.01
18.02
80.72
171.27
..

296.74
20.89
83.53
192.33
..

299.54
23.33
89.94
186.27
..

6.68
..
6.76
6.31
..

5.92
11.55
7.89
4.85
..

464.32
29.65
294.41
101.38
38.88

631.51
65.54
334.90
138.34
92.72

748.47
82.08
393.92
151.18
121.29

844.71
142.73
337.06
219.79
145.14

889.79
154.90
344.03
241.05
149.80

853.53
176.75
343.96
231.01
101.82

1.97
8.24
0.42
2.52
5.09

1.44
4.84
0.13
2.47
0.45

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

406.99
8.74
292.99
89.84
15.42

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

115.78
2.87
74.51
26.47 e
11.93

154.89
17.45
70.86
31.67 e
34.91

240.60
40.17
56.10
60.44
83.90 e

293.45
47.45
53.46
80.51
112.03 e

386.77
74.00
22.81
155.16
134.80

404.53
82.47
23.97
159.44
138.66

..
..
..
..
..

3.44
9.50
- 3.02
4.97
6.85

2.63
3.66
- 4.16
4.97
2.54

Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

296.92
5.34
208.71
36.66
46.21

316.87
11.21
205.82
40.32
59.51

431.49
26.35
260.68
49.41
95.05

510.15
35.99
319.11
41.74
113.31

549.33
64.68
295.39
37.94
151.32

570.07
69.61
297.19
41.86
161.40

..
..
..
..
..

1.78
7.19
0.96
0.36
3.44

1.40
4.98
0.66
- 0.83
2.68

58.12
..
56.68
0.23
1.21

77.87
0.01
76.43
0.01
1.42

110.40
0.07
108.56
0.07
1.70

136.26
0.22
134.02
0.09
1.93

138.73
1.32
134.61
0.13
2.67

140.09
1.45
135.74
0.12
2.77

..
..
..
..
..

2.41
..
2.39
- 1.69
2.26

1.20
16.65
1.12
2.63
2.47

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

169.33
3.16
111.74
24.64
29.79

156.12
6.13
86.76
27.41
35.82

191.01
11.61
95.12
39.37
44.90

217.09
14.67
112.58
39.45
50.40

232.11
22.82
113.83
36.28
59.18

245.30
24.95
114.53
40.24
65.58

..
..
..
..
..

1.01
5.74
0.07
1.33
2.16

1.26
3.90
0.93
0.11
1.91

69.47
2.18
40.29
11.79
15.21

82.88
5.08
42.63
12.90
22.27

130.09
14.67
57.00
9.96
48.45

156.80
21.11
72.52
2.19
60.98

178.49
40.55
46.95
1.53
89.47

184.68
43.21
46.92
1.49
93.05

..
..
..
..
..

2.68
8.41
0.41
- 5.43
5.02

1.77
5.55
- 0.97
- 9.06
3.32

33.06
1.57
9.69
10.62 e
11.19

42.05
3.93
10.98
11.79 e
15.34 e

77.12
20.47
16.09
0.92
39.63

81.22
21.33
17.16
0.87
41.86

..
..
..
..
..

2.46
7.31
1.56
- 6.53
3.63

1.56
3.98
0.42
- 10.94
2.57

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

59.63
9.78 e
15.78
8.85 e
25.21

64.50
13.59
18.83
1.47 e
30.61

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

7 124

12 011

12 136

27 504

47 984

53 132

57 782

63 944

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

3 258
- 715

15 719
- 117
- 724

22 854
- 94
- 892

4 313
53 499
2 791
- 56
- 1 252

1 756
138 092
18 602
- 1 589
- 5 292

1 681
132 993
20 957
436
- 5 966

1 902
148 282
24 298
- 1 357
- 7 771

2 220
169 813
27 141
- 1 950
- 1 744

11 097

28 337

35 788

83 721

172 933

173 251

190 082

208 630

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

3 479
3 417
62
-

14 765
14 084
163
518
-

20 980
20 268
164
8
540
-

49 219
46 379
970
19
157
461
951
282

88 628
78 787
3 220
4 897
859
493
285
87

86 681
76 924
3 479
4 365
1 037
504
296
76

96 608
85 314
3 548
5 697
1 078
583
301
87

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

1 260
450
810
-

1 753
690
117
946
-

1 549
776
191
582
-

3 121
1 769
278
1 074

10 422
4
3 105
596
3
6 714

11 940
6
3 666
837
1
7 430

12 759
5
3 706
739
1
8 308

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..

15

21

22

19

..

Final consumption

6 358

11 819

13 244

31 378

73 862

74 608

80 696

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

3 537
33
1 250
2 254

5 993
850
1 425
630
1 013
100
125
9
294
320
3
86
1 138

6 898
1 057
1 438
693
1 255
117
157
13
400
411
4
135
1 218

12 651
1 358
2 320
2 139
1 644
167
1 093
122
1 379
676
90
532
196
935 e

24 236
4 283
4 388
3 445
2 295
576
2 584
156
2 702
1 320
83
880
597
927

24 322
4 142
4 449
3 461
2 407
552
2 403
166
2 905
1 322
159
893
584
879

26 786
4 771
5 409
3 320
2 548
669
2 589
177
3 078
1 463
150
922
664
1 026

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

7
7
-

1 230
838
369
23

1 477
1 054
396
27

1 641
1 203
416
22

..
..
..
..

2 606
728
1 856
22

5 550
1 196
4 337
17

5 967
1 333
4 612
22

17 367
5 743 e
11 569 e
55
-

46 578
23 341
23 185
52
-

46 957
23 410
23 488
59
-

50 192
25 583
24 561
48
-

..
..
..
..
..

215
215
-

276
246
30

372
341
31

1 276
1 252
24

1 818
1 818
-

1 852
1 852
-

2 077
2 077
-

..
..
..

Total consumption

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

276 933

452 604

474 442

1 066 665

2 032 867

2 177 003

2 329 806

2 632 887

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

129 581
- 26 239

625 219
- 4 565
- 27 544

909 009
- 3 659
- 35 732

180 555
2 094 665
109 300
- 2 125
- 49 864

77 975
5 487 581
744 095
- 67 373
- 226 359

74 551
5 282 498
838 297
20 308
- 239 859

83 943
5 905 890
971 908
- 55 881
- 313 157

97 730
6 756 064
1 085 657
- 78 658
- 13 892

Total consumption

432 753

1 100 802

1 415 524

3 280 324

7 013 314

6 955 922

7 605 007

8 336 258

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

135 351
133 651
1 700
-

569 962
543 514
6 410
20 038
-

832 858
805 079
6 423
272
21 084
-

1 932 879
1 824 267
37 934
714
6 169
17 934
34 902
10 959

3 559 866
3 154 030
130 553
203 016
36 339
19 539
12 551
3 838

3 458 925
3 061 623
138 917
179 945
42 924
20 049
12 306
3 161

3 853 170
3 395 342
140 696
234 087
44 030
23 273
12 195
3 547

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

48 831
16 509
32 322
-

67 810
25 477
4 572
37 761
-

60 354
29 807
7 335
23 212
-

121 559
68 657
10 815
19
42 068

439 999
155
135 689
25 744
112
278 299

486 780
237
151 541
34 380
24
300 598

511 793
214
149 495
29 670
30
332 384

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..

527

120

780

801

694

..

Final consumption

248 571

463 030

521 785

1 225 766

3 012 669

3 009 416

3 239 350

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

138 762
1 273
49 869
87 620

232 969
33 871
56 614
24 698
39 745
3 940
4 894
339
11 535
12 548
117
3 358
41 310

270 608
42 031
56 940
27 197
49 245
4 589
6 180
519
15 701
16 144
167
5 317
46 578

1 005 513
174 155
183 147
150 878
97 575
23 980
103 808
6 415
110 128
54 600
3 267
34 929
25 100
37 531

987 983
167 328
180 402
143 599
98 845
23 024
96 198
6 704
116 584
53 485
6 444
35 313
24 282
35 775

1 079 481
192 219
217 837
134 684
103 182
27 819
103 479
7 028
122 791
58 696
6 006
36 385
27 452
41 903

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

250
250
-

52 220
34 969
16 226
1 025

61 489
43 914
16 450
1 125

67 701
49 934
16 857
910

..
..
..
..

101 456
27 595
72 975
886

219 234
46 799
171 761
674

236 348
52 550
182 936
862

682 813
225 608 e
455 159 e
2 046
-

1 880 084
930 661
947 439
1 984
-

1 886 744
931 750
952 749
2 245
-

2 010 809
1 016 424
992 602
1 783
-

..
..
..
..
..

8 353
8 353
-

10 827
9 642
1 185

14 579
13 373
1 206

48 908
47 990
918

74 852
74 852
-

73 200
73 200
-

81 359
81 359
-

..
..
..

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other

490 933
52 976
88 296
83 236
63 925
6 499
42 855
4 800
53 375
26 075
3 400
20 936
7 585
36 975 e
3 112
2 650
462

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres

2010

2011e

Terajoules

Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

Non-specified

6 462

5 643

6 526

258 493

225 728

261 044

Total imports

6 462

5 643

6 526

258 493

225 728

261 044

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

19 138
788
19 926

19 895
1 005
237
21 137

19 990
408
1 086
21 484

750 808
30 725
781 533

779 429
39 819
9 888
829 136

782 137
16 114
43 972
842 223

162
9 068
312
3 374
21 855
25 254
556
9 839
20 312
1 110
7 123
243
7 397
106 605

9 344
3 051
1 025
25 516
26 916
2 131
9 719
81
20 742
1 006
7 455
2 300
12 216
121 502

157
9 548
1 787
3 832
21 199
26 386
6 205
11 362
1 951
30 540
2 278
7 893
4 124
14 458
141 720

6 496
355 414
13 005
135 606
862 961
1 005 242
22 301
399 588
816 432
45 644
277 712
10 114
291 957
4 242 472

367 137
125 148
41 614
1 014 953
1 066 961
85 965
395 121
3 375
835 502
41 539
291 622
95 382
486 707
4 851 026

6 135
374 791
71 277
151 762
854 220
1 043 145
246 156
457 870
78 548
1 219 569
94 054
307 808
170 675
573 538
5 649 548

Non-specified

83

3 249

Total imports

126 531

142 639

163 287

5 024 005

5 680 162

6 495 020

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres


Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

2011e

Terajoules

19 138
788
19 926

19 895
84
153
1 005
21 137

19 990
70
1 016
408
21 484

750 808
30 725
781 533

779 429
3 499
6 389
39 819
829 136

782 137
2 910
41 062
16 114
842 223

162
9 068
312
3 374
21 855
25 254
556
9 839
20 312
7 397
1 110
7 123
243
106 605

9 344
3 051
1 025
25 516
26 916
2 131
9 719
20 742
12 216
1 006
7 455
2 300
81
121 502

157
9 548
1 787
3 832
21 199
26 386
6 205
11 362
30 540
14 458
2 278
7 893
4 124
1 951
141 720

6 496
355 414
13 005
135 606
862 961
1 005 242
22 301
399 588
816 432
291 957
45 644
277 712
10 114
4 242 472

367 137
125 148
41 614
1 014 953
1 066 961
85 965
395 121
835 502
486 707
41 539
291 622
95 382
3 375
4 851 026

6 135
374 791
71 277
151 762
854 220
1 043 145
246 156
457 870
1 219 569
573 538
94 054
307 808
170 675
78 548
5 649 548

Non-specified

6 462

5 643

6 609

258 493

225 728

264 293

Total imports

132 993

148 282

169 813

5 282 498

5 905 890

6 756 064

28 153

30 328

44 795

1 122 941

1 213 089

1 779 668

2010

2011e

Memo: Total OPEC

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

17 423
1 715
74
19 212

18 548
1 347
19 895

Terajoules
19 029
961
19 990

696 920
68 600
2 960
768 480

741 920
53 880
795 800

742 065
40 072
782 137

1 745

4 403

7 151

69 817

176 108

303 520

20 957

24 298

27 141

838 297

971 908

1 085 657

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres
Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

4 140
12 958
1 881
422
195
15 444
8 040
7 618

3 815
11 393
1 881
355
500
13 182
7 618
7 263

3 944
11 900
1 881
- 299
- 394
14 058
7 263
7 562

4 171
10 488
1 830
224
451
12 602
7 562
7 338

4 032
8 108
1 830
683
- 39
11 032
7 338
6 655

4 593
9 746
1 830
- 701
- 479
12 287
6 655
7 356

4 754
9 505
1 605
286
- 304
13 244
7 356
7 070

4 615
9 698
1 691
380
- 218
13 220
7 070
6 690

3 712
10 191
1 992
372
488
11 795
6 690
6 318

4 412
10 391
1 961
- 302
228
12 312
6 318
6 620

4 256
11 177
1 961
- 44
- 684
14 112
6 620
6 664

4 421
13 985
1 961
- 503
- 508
16 450
6 664
7 167

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

4 446
13 574
1 961
1 166
- 309
17 534
7 167
6 001

4 137
13 112
1 961
- 167
- 51
15 172
6 001
6 168

4 407
14 528
1 961
- 860
97
16 017
6 168
7 028

4 149
11 199
1 961
1 552
882
14 057
7 028
5 476

3 988
9 843
1 961
543
789
11 624
5 476
4 933

4 613
10 655
1 855
- 890
- 175
12 698
4 933
5 823

5 074
10 773
1 961
55
- 573
14 514
5 823
5 768

5 156
12 459
1 961
- 853
- 430
15 231
5 768
6 621

4 246
12 036
2 241
- 434
744
12 863
6 621
7 055

4 708
11 511
2 389
- 175
896
12 759
7 055
7 230

4 494
13 452
2 389
-1 168
226
14 163
7 230
8 398

4 468
14 442
2 097
- 62
- 676
17 427
8 398
8 460

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

4 535
14 299
2 053
1 694
-1 119
19 594
8 460
6 766

4 006
14 191
2 053
- 293
221
15 630
6 766
7 059

4 475
14 951
2 053
- 548
- 127
16 952
7 059
7 607

4 372
11 947
2 053
1 445
1 086
14 625
7 607
6 162

4 622
12 591
2 075
- 778
469
13 891
6 162
6 940

4 598
12 267
2 075
- 49
- 120
14 861
6 940
6 989

4 796
12 441
2 251
- 119
- 603
15 470
6 989
7 108

4 810
14 676
2 079
-1 421
- 34
16 020
7 108
8 529

3 803
13 854
2 079
- 398
702
14 478
8 529
8 927

4 149
13 736
2 252
- 769
727
14 137
8 927
9 696

4 404
13 679
2 252
- 261
373
15 197
9 696
9 957

4 398
16 250
2 252
-1 080
19 476
9 957
9 957

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

173 418
518 373
79 284
17 063
7 516
622 054
323 947
306 884

159 535
455 556
79 284
13 610
19 311
530 106
306 884
293 274

164 944
474 687
79 284
-11 428
-15 505
564 424
293 274
304 702

174 435
417 763
77 164
8 348
17 399
505 983
304 702
296 354

168 381
322 366
77 164
26 616
-1 804
442 003
296 354
269 738

192 059
387 135
77 164
-27 527
-19 062
493 565
269 738
297 265

198 750
376 265
67 655
12 400
-12 439
532 199
297 265
284 865

193 001
384 379
65 947
15 786
-8 609
535 828
284 865
269 079

155 076
403 821
83 982
16 150
19 049
472 016
269 079
252 929

184 439
415 627
82 664
-14 216
8 776
494 410
252 929
267 145

177 888
446 771
82 664
- 986
-26 946
567 955
267 145
268 131

184 977
558 806
82 664
-18 288
-20 234
663 065
268 131
286 419

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

186 076
543 656
82 664
47 779
-12 096
706 943
286 419
238 640

173 086
524 155
82 664
-6 872
-2 624
610 329
238 640
245 512

184 149
580 781
82 664
-34 468
2 869
644 929
245 512
279 980

173 320
446 411
82 664
62 514
33 999
565 582
279 980
217 466

166 387
392 524
82 664
21 286
31 263
466 270
217 466
196 180

192 633
423 134
78 226
-35 544
-7 752
509 749
196 180
231 724

211 974
428 319
82 649
2 291
-23 078
583 013
231 724
229 433

215 398
495 683
82 696
-34 064
-16 879
611 200
229 433
263 497

177 304
479 318
94 464
-18 735
28 475
514 948
263 497
282 232

196 698
460 566
100 715
-8 764
34 592
513 193
282 232
290 996

187 881
539 515
100 715
-47 607
8 585
570 489
290 996
338 603

186 879
578 656
88 412
-1 441
-27 251
702 933
338 603
340 044

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
190 025 167 828 187 328
+ Imports
572 552 568 414 598 484
- Exports
86 543
86 543
86 543
+ Stock changes
70 799 -12 412 -22 027
- Statistical difference
-44 160
8 057
-5 404
Total consumption
790 993 629 230 682 646
Opening stock level
340 044 269 245 281 657
Closing stock level
269 245 281 657 303 684
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

182 886
475 761
86 543
59 016
42 511
588 609
303 684
244 668

193 333
502 476
87 476
-32 313
17 800
558 220
244 668
276 981

192 322
488 365
87 476
-1 541
-5 221
596 891
276 981
278 522

200 388
494 924
94 904
-4 641
-23 930
619 697
278 522
283 163

200 902
583 868
87 648
-57 027
-1 547
641 642
283 163
340 190

158 500
552 770
87 648
-18 254
26 600
578 768
340 190
358 444

173 394
549 984
94 963
-33 075
28 199
567 141
358 444
391 519

184 204
544 350
94 963
-9 318
14 061
610 212
391 519
400 837

184 080
650 997
94 963
437
-42 876
783 427
400 837
400 400

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)


Mcm

Mcm

16000

6000

14000
5000
12000
4000
10000
3000

8000

6000
2000
4000
1000

Jan-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Jan-11

Stock changes

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Jan-09

2000

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

25000

2000
1500

20000
1000
500

15000

0
10000
-500
-1000
5000

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

0
Jan-09

-2000

Jan-09

-1500

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
2000
1800
1600
1400

Mtoe

1200
1000
800
600
400
200

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 1374 Mtoe)

(TPES: 1730 Mtoe)


Oil
(33.5%)
Oil
(53.3%)
Nuclear
(13.5%)

Hydro
(2.4%)

Coal
(17.0%)

Other
(9.3%)

Coal
(31.0%)

Nuclear
(1.4%)
Hydro
(2.1%)
Natural Gas
(9.8%)

Other
(2.5%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

635.74
125.17
23.17
405.62
81.77

855.32
168.38
127.13
426.20
133.61

1 035.54
163.78
210.91
361.58
299.27

1 128.80
203.23
314.45
274.53
336.59

1 021.56
235.28
211.66
170.04
404.58

1 035.19
241.57
194.23
166.96
432.44

992.46
220.23
175.28
168.38
428.57

1.18
1.50
5.47
- 2.29
4.46

- 0.20
1.42
- 0.88
- 3.57
1.72

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1 038.56
35.54
928.62
68.50
5.91

1 048.61
104.36
834.77
100.18
9.30

1 064.06
146.80
780.87
117.71
18.68

1 116.33
173.99
809.08
115.31
17.96

1 458.24
364.51
917.71
142.84
33.18

1 499.07
385.67
931.13
146.04
36.22

1 480.14
378.24
909.05
153.12
39.73

0.94
6.42
- 0.06
2.14
5.14

1.58
4.61
0.73
1.26
3.66

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

237.59
25.44
152.54
54.22
5.40

339.88
65.36
214.06
52.56
7.91

437.58
50.18
328.52
42.32
16.55

538.35
59.39
424.25
37.61
17.10

649.91
158.90
440.36
23.60
27.06

663.11
172.35
436.68
25.64
28.44

644.23
171.19
418.98
22.47
31.59

2.66
5.14
2.69
- 2.29
4.76

1.86
6.02
1.16
- 2.97
3.13

1 374.32
134.73
731.84
425.41
82.35

1 492.75
206.11
687.85
463.80
134.98

1 601.76
257.94
600.53
441.69
301.60

1 649.62
316.84
636.37
358.93
337.47

1 726.40
436.24
600.23
279.26
410.67

1 797.83
463.43
599.57
294.35
440.48

1 730.39
419.66
579.38
294.61
436.75

0.61
3.04
- 0.61
- 0.96
4.49

0.37
2.34
- 0.17
- 1.91
1.78

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

369.92
28.49
92.43
195.53
53.47

478.33
33.97
85.86
255.54
102.95

610.74
39.72
47.40
270.23
253.38

636.32
59.16
50.33
240.81
286.02

716.24
149.65
24.64
207.35
334.60

746.98
159.88
22.29
209.27
355.54

..
..
..
..
..

1.92
4.77
- 3.77
0.18
5.25

1.01
7.21
- 3.70
- 1.27
1.71

1 020.99
95.09
576.68
185.08
164.14

1 079.33
160.82
550.88
155.87
211.76

1 111.85
200.18
513.89
124.41
273.36

1 150.09
235.94
543.90
80.51
289.74

1 212.46
262.46
531.33
48.06
370.61

1 261.82
280.28
530.85
53.91
396.78

..
..
..
..
..

0.57
2.96
- 0.22
- 3.28
2.41

0.63
1.70
0.16
- 4.10
1.88

173.81
0.16
163.39
6.85
3.40

208.40
0.57
201.16
2.54
4.13

263.53
0.30
257.71
0.21
5.31

285.38
0.40
278.84
0.01
6.13

332.17
2.17
312.32
0.01
17.66

330.84
2.50
309.13
0.01
19.20

..
..
..
..
..

1.75
7.78
1.74
- 15.87
4.79

1.14
11.10
0.91
- 13.52
6.64

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

453.53
56.86
223.41
94.30
78.97

446.24
79.41
192.36
80.64
93.83

417.40
90.91
140.63
72.07
113.78

409.48
96.81
147.73
53.54
111.40

376.03
87.36
131.87
29.04
127.76

405.48
99.80
134.71
33.36
137.60

..
..
..
..
..

- 0.30
1.53
- 1.36
- 2.77
1.51

- 0.14
0.47
- 0.21
- 3.78
0.95

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

393.65
38.08
189.88
83.93
81.76

424.70
80.84
157.37
72.69
113.81

430.92
108.97
115.55
52.13
154.27

455.22
138.73
117.32
26.96
172.21

504.26
172.93
87.14
19.00
225.19

525.51
177.99
87.01
20.53
239.98

..
..
..
..
..

0.78
4.26
- 2.09
- 3.73
2.95

1.00
2.48
- 1.41
- 4.55
2.23

241.71
23.18
101.07
62.44
55.02

256.23
50.25
81.47
50.39
74.12

278.06
73.95
65.48
36.67
101.96

293.05
93.53
66.88
20.67
111.96

309.54
118.32
46.69
15.17
129.36

324.16
122.34
46.54
17.22
138.06

..
..
..
..
..

0.80
4.60
- 2.07
- 3.42
2.52

0.77
2.55
- 1.69
- 3.71
1.53

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1
Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

165 572

214 653

219 419

210 940

307 338

291 757

300 608

274 617

45 981
35 520
- 719
- 877

103 448
64 487
- 3 070
- 1 764

131 881
85 507
- 1 663
469

6
178 856
64 096
- 2 973
2 014

172
447 586
193 299
- 3 747
- 1 616

168
441 274
195 967
- 5 638
3 378

148
463 160
211 873
10 167
911

166
452 898
209 871
- 9 016
- 1 086

176 191

252 308

263 661

320 719

559 666

528 216

561 299

509 880

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

46 300
18 718
2 533
15 315
727
95
817
7 786
309

49 512
24 607
4 905
13 815
1 890
180
1 275
2 660
180

47 033
23 708
5 007
10 140
1 955
2 057
1 301
2 774
91

53 891
22 581
5 519
14 811
4 874
1 646
1 203
3 156
101

193 831
106 825
3 798
48 602
25 261
5 896
2 783
21
645

182 163
99 749
3 755
48 219
21 956
5 362
2 484
19
619

194 031
102 096
4 390
53 019
24 089
6 521
2 627
20
1 269

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

3 058
159
1 576
490
364
345
124

7 191
197
4 688
1 282
482
370
172

7 842
189
5 224
1 246
527
459
197

12 300
113
8 451
2 245
528
593
370

21 324
26
12 959
5 539
65
471
2 264

21 286
28
12 415
6 269
43
326
2 205

22 344
30
12 611
6 938
60
368
2 337

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Losses

3 138

2 961

3 087

3 590

3 306

3 899

4 522

..

123 695

192 644

205 699

250 938

341 205

320 868

340 402

..

67 435
14 212
21 187
1 763
11 684
698
5 013
935
3 917
2 943
74
52
1 215
3 742

84 209
16 264
20 803
2 450
14 849
1 137
8 093
1 217
6 088
4 000
145
84
2 202
6 877

85 451
16 703
21 057
2 454
15 483
1 105
8 483
1 265
6 829
4 064
125
112
2 371
5 400

95 937
12 700
22 990
2 541
15 059
2 730
7 574
902
10 369
6 713
320
394
3 326
10 319

104 698
11 529
22 051
3 337
19 438
3 369
9 089
598
14 379
10 031
733
1 256
3 085
5 803

92 872
8 252
19 729
3 538
15 576
2 943
8 003
594
14 412
9 100
678
1 402
3 076
5 569

105 865
10 095
22 290
3 925
16 580
3 339
8 776
904
15 887
10 066
746
1 721
3 233
8 303

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

192
169
23
-

376
303
35
38

705
320
40
345

372
253
119
-

2 828
1 023
1 667
138

2 657
1 164
1 350
143

3 042
1 674
1 219
149

..
..
..
..

49 734
4 494
29 654
149
15 437

91 858
10 133
55 673
272
25 780

103 304
11 514
63 464
420
27 906

136 836
31 874
92 853
5 473
6 636

218 006
55 182
147 779
4 689
10 356

211 480
54 294
144 160
4 528
8 498

216 243
58 816
147 990
4 851
4 586

..
..
..
..
..

6 334
6 334
-

16 201
16 201
-

16 239
16 239
-

17 793
17 793
-

15 673
15 673
-

13 859
13 859
-

15 252
15 252
-

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Final consumption
Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified
Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

5 824 792

7 626 515

7 835 183

7 621 378

11 486 588

10 948 227

11 240 914

10 247 932

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

1 653 856
1 183 912
- 25 259
- 14 130

3 801 342
2 262 698
- 109 261
- 52 241

4 856 404
3 041 226
- 59 376
16 922

190
6 831 162
2 335 264
- 114 281
126 908

5 759
17 203 377
7 254 022
- 143 186
- 70 772

5 622
16 961 780
7 394 069
- 216 145
126 597

4 983
17 946 462
8 019 881
397 312
19 581

5 593
17 600 763
7 966 209
- 354 490
- 65 278

Total consumption

6 283 607

9 108 139

9 574 063

11 876 277

21 369 288

20 178 818

21 550 209

19 598 867

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

1 630 852
667 358
84 812
514 630
26 894
3 668
28 164
294 916
10 410

1 751 111
885 839
176 784
468 369
65 871
6 908
44 514
96 593
6 233

1 685 034
860 187
182 291
349 078
67 312
76 727
45 359
100 791
3 289

1 967 585
846 486
202 882
518 437
175 162
62 781
42 785
115 343
3 709

7 423 346
4 141 589
148 060
1 808 587
971 684
220 135
108 753
852
23 686

6 987 192
3 880 611
147 003
1 794 756
842 932
200 954
97 503
820
22 613

7 465 359
3 968 942
173 571
1 993 294
928 765
248 439
102 666
861
48 821

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

111 082
5 989
57 165
18 321
12 464
12 975
4 168

265 528
7 191
174 389
47 082
16 904
13 959
6 003

291 813
7 018
195 958
45 884
18 603
17 375
6 975

460 542
4 213
320 833
80 821
19 673
21 675
13 327

826 127
955
508 317
205 502
2 592
18 435
90 326

824 774
1 054
488 023
233 847
1 717
12 708
87 425

864 263
1 101
494 203
259 187
2 411
14 286
93 075

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Losses

116 647

108 662

113 764

132 888

129 861

153 526

178 043

..

Final consumption

4 425 026

6 982 838

7 483 452

9 315 262

12 989 954

12 213 326

13 042 544

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

2 420 320
504 974
758 104
63 657
422 720
23 932
184 431
32 774
139 070
105 961
2 661
1 990
43 232
136 814

3 061 137
585 260
754 146
88 825
543 405
39 755
299 496
43 446
219 522
147 237
5 078
3 186
80 639
251 142

3 115 952
602 916
767 171
89 188
567 213
39 029
314 048
45 236
247 182
149 583
4 405
4 186
87 148
198 647

3 578 300
470 310
846 445
94 693
566 060
100 882
285 254
33 407
387 385
253 773
11 893
14 319
125 790
388 089

4 005 649
439 422
842 395
127 097
746 874
129 624
346 246
22 404
547 237
383 079
27 684
48 735
119 114
225 738

3 550 946
314 283
750 372
135 674
595 439
113 435
305 315
22 622
549 819
348 135
25 529
54 689
118 931
216 703

4 074 779
387 906
853 384
151 254
637 847
129 753
337 451
34 651
610 083
388 322
28 402
67 072
125 272
323 382

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

7 283
6 393
890
-

14 191
11 522
1 334
1 335

26 418
12 192
1 560
12 666

14 165
9 710
4 455
-

107 190
39 283
62 391
5 516

100 976
44 895
50 410
5 671

116 310
64 764
45 635
5 911

..
..
..
..

1 772 041
165 097
1 078 706
5 439
522 799

3 330 800
372 717
2 049 669
10 122
898 292

3 761 742
424 264
2 338 249
15 370
983 859

5 070 721
1 206 644
3 441 186
176 516
246 375

8 293 621
2 083 015
5 640 890
168 529
401 187

8 047 073
2 052 505
5 505 981
161 429
327 158

8 282 430
2 233 736
5 692 977
171 667
184 050

..
..
..
..
..

225 382
225 382
-

576 710
576 710
-

579 340
579 340
-

652 076
652 076
-

583 494
583 494
-

514 331
514 331
-

569 025
569 025
-

..
..
..

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres

2010

2011e

Terajoules

Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

1 553
3 273
1 162
6 521
79
47 502
101 798
11 187
2 150
175 225

2 169
2 571
1 168
6 845
94
47 710
97 773
13 355
4 189
175 874

1 105
2 148
1 125
7 970
87
44 711
91 154
10 818
4 351
163 469

61 295
119 141
44 724
245 345
3 007
1 707 835
3 974 035
407 706
82 186
6 645 274

85 314
99 115
44 948
258 147
3 586
1 838 696
3 779 357
485 991
159 997
6 755 151

43 703
82 049
43 990
305 234
3 312
1 742 474
3 534 521
392 598
166 902
6 314 783

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

30 595
4 960
5 252
129 311
10 961
181 079

35 214
4 521
7 766
120 604
9 903
178 008

32 885
3 807
8 190
128 308
2 601
175 791

1 187 318
189 980
201 187
4 891 570
417 760
6 887 815

1 363 716
173 178
297 431
4 672 840
377 313
6 884 478

1 280 823
145 790
313 704
5 010 067
99 098
6 849 482

Non-specified

17 732

22 401

26 406

716 128

818 875

959 446

Total imports

374 036

376 283

365 666

14 249 217

14 458 504

14 123 711

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

74
71
2 179
2 324

3 488
3 488

128
2 246
2 374

2 923
2 822
87 840
93 585

139 901
139 901

5 588
100 481
106 069

20 665
6 804
83
758
8 648
1 421
18 185
7 314
82
63 960

18 688
4 570
579
15 221
341
81
34 636
5 136
164
3
79 419

15 869
3 758
86
16 097
171
40 869
4 106
968
3
81 927

840 288
277 799
3 348
30 581
350 855
57 399
723 595
294 610
3 340
2 581 815

759 195
184 531
23 482
622 316
13 784
3 254
1 374 583
206 291
6 458
115
3 194 009

638 380
152 191
3 481
650 277
6 903
1 596 150
167 105
40 110
105
3 254 702

Non-specified

954

3 970

2 931

37 163

154 048

116 281

Total imports

67 238

86 877

87 232

2 712 563

3 487 958

3 477 052

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres

2011e

Terajoules

Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

74
1 631
3 273
1 162
6 521
87
47 502
103 891
11 187
71
2 150
177 549

2 247
2 571
1 168
6 845
94
47 710
101 183
13 355
4 189
179 362

1 286
2 148
1 125
7 970
122
44 711
93 182
10 818
128
4 353
165 843

2 923
64 438
119 141
44 724
245 345
3 358
1 707 835
4 058 381
407 706
2 822
82 186
6 738 859

88 467
99 115
44 948
258 147
3 586
1 838 696
3 916 105
485 991
159 997
6 895 052

51 061
82 049
43 990
305 234
4 685
1 742 474
3 626 204
392 598
5 588
166 969
6 420 852

Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

51 260
4 960
6 804
83
5 252
9 926
8 648
1 421
18 185
129 311
7 314
82
1 793
245 039

53 902
4 521
4 616
7 766
9 980
15 221
341
34 636
120 607
5 136
164
537
257 427

48 754
3 807
3 758
8 190
2 425
16 097
171
40 869
128 311
4 106
968
262
257 718

2 027 606
189 980
277 799
3 348
201 187
379 882
350 855
57 399
723 595
4 891 570
294 610
3 340
68 459
9 469 630

2 122 911
173 178
186 284
297 431
381 660
622 316
13 784
1 374 583
4 672 955
206 291
6 458
20 636
10 078 487

1 919 203
145 790
152 191
313 704
92 597
650 277
6 903
1 596 150
5 010 172
167 105
40 110
9 982
10 104 184

Non-specified

18 686

26 371

29 337

753 291

972 923

1 075 727

Total imports

441 274

463 160

452 898

16 961 780

17 946 462

17 600 763

93 353

121 505

116 335

3 686 465

4 798 901

4 571 931

2010

2011e

Memo: Total OPEC

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

19 689
3 289
22 249
54 351
4 946
12 882
89
12 382
3 881
1 219
1 034
33 613
871
4 698
175 193

26 585
87
3 030
19 614
50 074
5 133
14 938
178
12 204
3 581
1 641
926
39 276
853
5 487
183 607

Terajoules
25 864
3 157
18 553
48 337
5 287
16 402
418
508
11 809
3 047
1 296
676
35 594
427
6 450
177 825

736 595
130 518
833 257
1 998 080
195 685
469 360
3 515
493 561
154 002
50 674
37 576
1 280 395
34 577
185 460
6 603 255

983 760
3 453
120 276
730 705
1 847 952
202 558
536 059
7 066
491 458
142 205
68 193
32 805
1 498 609
33 860
217 236
6 916 195

957 389
125 080
688 359
1 779 849
208 949
597 276
16 610
20 194
477 426
120 738
53 927
22 953
1 367 766
16 919
254 908
6 708 343

20 774

28 266

32 046

790 814

1 103 686

1 257 866

195 967

211 873

209 871

7 394 069

8 019 881

7 966 209

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres
Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

32 905
40 552
22 199
15 519
216
66 561
49 837
37 626

28 031
35 150
17 985
11 490
- 144
56 830
37 626
29 152

27 142
35 223
17 649
6 836
- 247
51 799
29 152
24 630

22 537
31 551
14 773
-3 698
-1 148
36 765
24 630
28 087

21 177
32 344
13 817
-8 578
- 219
31 345
28 087
34 589

19 795
32 671
12 788
-9 451
- 420
30 647
34 589
41 499

20 109
35 042
13 464
-10 242
- 944
32 389
41 499
48 702

18 112
33 167
12 874
-8 467
- 152
30 090
48 702
54 476

18 591
33 481
12 637
-5 861
540
33 034
54 476
58 813

23 178
36 989
14 972
-1 633
95
43 467
52 852
54 010

26 711
42 082
18 241
416
- 162
51 130
54 010
53 702

31 153
47 025
21 100
8 286
327
65 037
53 702
46 756

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

32 503
47 334
22 263
14 706
520
71 760
46 798
35 656

29 357
42 094
19 926
10 287
32
61 780
35 656
27 720

26 399
43 184
18 861
4 317
155
54 884
27 720
24 023

23 806
37 237
15 751
-3 772
- 113
41 633
24 023
26 712

23 841
36 558
16 976
-6 224
193
37 006
26 712
31 381

20 391
33 142
15 137
-8 125
- 204
30 475
31 381
37 932

19 156
31 601
13 892
-7 537
- 444
29 772
37 932
43 405

17 064
30 015
12 160
-6 920
- 335
28 334
43 405
48 872

17 325
30 081
11 226
-3 373
24
32 783
48 872
51 467

24 720
37 194
17 576
- 755
- 635
44 218
51 467
52 268

27 400
41 225
19 241
3 752
- 547
53 683
52 268
49 988

31 656
48 464
22 893
14 144
- 982
72 353
49 988
40 601

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

30 792
49 762
23 814
10 657
132
67 265
40 601
32 545

27 187
44 388
21 960
8 201
245
57 571
32 545
26 279

27 932
47 141
23 207
2 186
- 366
54 418
26 279
24 324

20 752
40 892
17 626
-6 698
- 417
37 737
24 324
30 107

17 957
40 083
16 585
-8 752
211
32 492
30 107
36 878

17 184
34 219
14 954
-8 035
- 30
28 444
36 878
43 524

17 688
33 746
15 395
-6 751
619
28 669
43 524
48 822

18 038
32 157
16 598
-6 278
16
27 303
48 822
53 869

18 523
30 973
15 686
-3 699
-7
30 118
53 869
56 837

21 981
37 277
19 732
-1 026
327
38 173
56 837
57 724

25 585
42 075
22 393
4 006
384
48 889
57 724
54 144

27 888
44 418
22 978
8 631
1 193
56 766
54 144
47 420

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

1224 245
1559 961
825 762
581 027
10 094
2529 377
1935 283
1464 416

1043 708
1353 919
672 855
429 517
-2 076
2156 365
1464 416
1135 339

1012 753
1361 241
664 261
250 964
-5 375
1966 072
1135 339
961 415

855 918
1220 359
563 893
-141 959
-1 848
1372 273
961 415
1095 454

805 483
1248 913
530 533
-321 917
-7 800
1209 746
1095 454
1348 251

734 902
1258 761
491 407
-353 651
-1 587
1150 192
1348 251
1617 302

763 487
1347 705
511 494
-383 375
991
1215 332
1617 302
1897 717

683 956
1274 778
486 538
-313 579
-2 052
1160 669
1897 717
2121 656

706 144
1285 177
477 781
-219 030
- 864
1295 374
2121 656
2289 926

867 201
1425 337
563 622
-60 750
-1 344
1669 510
2062 812
2107 722

996 539
1624 528
688 242
15 599
7 114
1941 310
2107 722
2095 723

1152 370
1805 110
783 496
318 223
18 636
2473 571
2095 723
1822 140

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

1202 702
1835 301
837 236
573 730
23 735
2750 762
1823 646
1388 516

1092 156
1632 986
749 830
401 279
3 853
2372 738
1388 516
1078 677

1000 289
1676 034
721 202
168 426
10 177
2113 370
1078 677
934 351

889 696
1444 100
590 054
-146 893
624
1596 225
934 351
1039 124

896 674
1420 329
641 830
-241 792
13 294
1420 087
1039 124
1220 436

769 309
1287 721
574 237
-316 980
-3 187
1169 000
1220 436
1476 216

732 700
1226 871
535 028
-294 786
-12 702
1142 459
1476 216
1690 722

645 504
1165 899
464 726
-270 505
-8 927
1085 099
1690 722
1904 707

655 829
1175 342
430 201
-131 037
14 966
1254 967
1904 707
2005 504

928 734
1442 469
672 764
-28 922
-22 411
1691 928
2005 504
2036 226

1023 446
1601 075
730 163
148 199
-18 533
2061 090
2036 226
1945 267

1174 407
1881 035
866 076
551 899
-36 155
2777 420
1945 267
1578 368

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
1144 414 1009 400 1041 810
+ Imports
1928 037 1720 478 1829 686
- Exports
907 825 829 745 882 267
+ Stock changes
415 309 317 897
83 856
- Statistical difference
4 279
9 226 -14 109
Total consumption
2575 656 2208 804 2087 194
Opening stock level
1578 368 1264 219 1021 562
Closing stock level
1264 219 1021 562 946 706
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

785 357
1585 361
676 320
-262 158
-14 485
1446 725
946 706
1173 281

680 551
1553 330
638 211
-339 216
10 816
1245 638
1173 281
1435 457

649 897
1323 701
572 631
-311 230
219
1089 518
1435 457
1692 687

664 214
1307 216
586 987
-274 560
13 429
1096 454
1692 687
1910 727

684 941
1246 032
642 228
-245 688
-2 242
1045 299
1910 727
2108 535

701 406
1198 068
603 875
-143 990
-3 338
1154 947
2108 535
2224 085

826 248
1439 911
752 825
-40 945
8 238
1464 151
2224 085
2259 630

956 060
1627 982
852 570
155 400
9 605
1877 267
2259 630
2120 790

1032 571
1717 966
866 990
337 969
41 937
2179 579
2120 790
1856 981

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)


Mcm

Mcm

30000

35000

30000

25000

25000
20000
20000
15000
15000
10000

Jan-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Apr-11

Jul-11

Oct-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Jan-11

Stock changes

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

5000

Jan-09

5000

Jan-09

10000

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

80000

20000

70000
15000
60000
10000
50000
5000
40000
0
30000
-5000

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

0
Jul-09

-15000

Apr-09

10000

Jan-09

-10000

Jan-09

20000

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
140

120

100

Mtoe

80

60

40

20

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 57 Mtoe)

(TPES: 120 Mtoe)

Oil
(46.6%)

Oil
(32.5%)
Coal
(34.7%)

Hydro
(1.1%)

Coal
(39.6%)

Other
(5.2%)

Natural Gas
(5.9%)

Hydro
(1.7%)
Other
(6.2%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

67.99
3.38
19.85
40.25
4.51

85.41
7.46
21.30
51.90
4.75

157.52
17.13
29.03
106.10
5.26

186.90
24.99
28.36
127.82
5.72 e

297.08
39.32
25.02
225.71
7.04

310.62
42.52
23.75
237.34
7.01

308.33
49.50
20.46
230.89
7.49

4.06
7.32
0.08
4.70
1.34

3.25
5.18
- 1.65
3.77
1.70

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

12.60
..
12.60
..
..

14.64
..
14.63
0.00
..

14.40
..
14.40
..
..

20.85
..
20.85
..
..

41.00
5.56
35.44
0.00
..

42.99
4.85
38.13
0.01
..

46.33
5.61
40.69
0.03
..

3.49
..
3.13
..
..

5.72
..
5.07
..
..

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

21.03
..
3.39
17.65
..

31.19
..
3.38
27.81
..

78.90
2.35
9.30
67.25
..

110.07
8.25
13.23
88.58
..

203.52
18.02
16.46
169.05
..

228.62
20.89
17.59
190.14
..

225.95
23.33
18.57
184.05
..

6.45
..
4.58
6.36
..

5.14
11.55
3.35
4.91
..

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

57.06
3.38
26.58
22.58
4.51

69.60
7.46
30.07
27.32
4.75

86.23
14.79
31.20
34.98
5.26

92.56
16.74
32.55
37.55
5.72

125.98
26.86
39.75
52.33
7.04

124.73
26.48
39.87
51.37
7.01

119.80
31.77
38.98
41.56
7.49

1.97
6.07
1.01
1.62
1.34

1.58
3.71
1.07
0.82
1.70

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

16.04
0.79
0.43
13.80
1.02

24.07
1.53
1.15
20.17
1.22

35.23
3.47
0.95
28.89
1.93 e

38.70
3.56
0.79
32.38
1.96 e

58.87
7.96
0.97
46.49
3.45

57.58
8.39
0.85
45.04
3.30

..
..
..
..
..

3.52
6.60
1.86
3.25
3.23

2.49
4.52
- 0.51
2.25
2.73

Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

39.58
2.11
24.26
5.20
8.00

46.79
5.03
26.92
4.51
10.34

56.55
8.64
29.00
4.46
14.45

62.14
9.98
31.40
4.55
16.22

74.66
12.68
37.56
3.37
21.04

75.28
13.14
38.08
3.05
21.01

..
..
..
..
..

1.75
5.07
1.23
- 1.43
2.64

1.44
2.12
1.37
- 1.89
1.89

12.93
..
12.85
0.02
0.06

16.82
..
16.74
0.00
0.08

21.11
0.01
20.87
0.07
0.16

23.08
0.19
22.63
0.09
0.17

28.54
0.43
27.40
0.13
0.59

28.62
0.43
27.46
0.12
0.61

..
..
..
..
..

2.17
..
2.07
4.94
6.62

1.53
20.75
1.38
2.70
7.04

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

17.81
1.49
7.94
4.89
3.49

20.47
3.73
7.95
4.09
4.69

23.17
6.01
6.40
4.18
6.57

25.16
6.62
6.88
4.33
7.33

27.05
8.20
7.36
3.20
8.29

27.45
8.57
7.77
2.89
8.23

..
..
..
..
..

1.18
4.84
- 0.06
- 1.42
2.35

0.85
1.79
0.98
- 1.84
1.13

8.84
0.62
3.47
0.28
4.46

9.50
1.29
2.23
0.41
5.57

12.27
2.62
1.73
0.20
7.72

13.91
3.17
1.88
0.13
8.72

19.06
4.05
2.81
0.04
12.16

19.21
4.14
2.85
0.04
12.17

..
..
..
..
..

2.12
5.27
- 0.53
- 5.26
2.75

2.26
2.32
2.53
- 8.06
2.30

5.05
0.47
0.79
0.19
3.61

6.04
0.97
0.78
0.19
4.09

7.49
1.89
0.38
0.06
5.17

8.31
2.25
0.37
0.04
5.66

10.04
3.03
0.28
0.01
6.71

10.16
3.10
0.28
0.00
6.78

..
..
..
..
..

1.91
5.25
- 2.76
- 9.38
1.72

1.54
2.50
- 1.50
- 11.55
1.37

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

4 048

7 252

8 852

20 475

39 788

44 585

49 065

55 784

209

128

- 260

2 791
-

5 484
18 602
- 2 441

6 462
20 957
- 1 059

5 643
24 298
- 2 983

6 526
27 141
78

3 839

7 124

9 112

17 684

29 111

31 149

33 393

35 091

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

944
944
-

1 853
1 198
163
492
-

2 335
1 652
164
519
-

4 893
3 621
529
461
282

8 726
6 566
810
635
343
285
87

9 286
6 770
899
670
575
296
76

10 028
7 445
890
736
569
301
87

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

366
366
-

665
548
117
-

817
657
160
-

2 467
1 689
272
506

6 420
4
2 968
518
2 930

7 670
6
3 506
662
3 496

8 276
5
3 502
612
4 157

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..

Final consumption

2 529

4 606

5 960

10 324

13 965

14 193

15 089

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

1 573
33
1 540

3 048
65
403
630
1 013
100
125
9
294
320
3
86
-

4 054
233
636
693
1 255
117
157
13
400
411
4
135
-

6 642
399
983
2 090
1 476
167
199
23
624
472
37
6
166
-

8 508
511
1 836
3 218
1 359
..
109
63
680
516
..
71
138
7

8 374
435
1 614
3 196
1 413
..
131
65
750
506
51
73
131
9

8 866
571
1 937
3 069
1 523
..
133
48
767
550
58
74
126
10

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

12
12

430
38
369
23

477
54
396
27

495
57
416
22

..
..
..
..

Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified

741
183
558
-

1 282
288
994
-

1 534
385
1 149
-

3 132
872
2 259
1
-

4 109
996
3 111
2
-

4 535
1 134
3 398
3
-

4 759
1 200
3 556
3
-

..
..
..
..
..

Non-energy use (industry)


Petrochemical feedstocks
Other

215
215
-

276
246
30

372
341
31

538
515
23

918
918
-

807
807
-

969
969
-

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

157 311

284 560

347 366

797 340

1 698 150

1 829 481

1 978 561

2 303 169

8 134

5 028

- 10 200

109 300
-

219 330
744 095
- 107 395

258 493
838 297
- 43 952

225 728
971 908
- 120 911

261 044
1 085 657
56 438

149 177

279 532

357 566

688 040

1 280 780

1 293 629

1 353 292

1 422 118

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

36 681
36 681
-

72 721
46 993
6 410
19 318
-

91 612
64 824
6 423
20 365
-

190 371
140 878
20 600
17 934
10 959

383 971
288 932
35 657
27 937
15 072
12 551
3 822

385 732
281 237
37 350
27 815
23 879
12 306
3 145

406 328
301 648
36 064
29 833
23 057
12 195
3 531

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

14 210
14 210
-

26 059
21 487
4 572
-

32 059
25 787
6 272
-

95 974
65 715
10 577
19 682

282 438
155
130 571
22 808
128 904

318 485
237
145 592
27 484
145 172

335 393
214
141 930
24 799
168 450

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

..

Final consumption

98 286

180 752

233 895

401 695

614 371

589 412

611 571

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

61 123
1 273
59 850

119 541
2 537
15 830
24 698
39 745
3 940
4 894
339
11 535
12 548
117
3 358
-

159 160
9 148
24 953
27 197
49 245
4 589
6 180
519
15 701
16 144
167
5 317
-

258 463
15 526
38 263
81 319
57 419
6 499
7 759
896
24 260
18 355
1 457
238
6 472
-

374 269
22 476
80 787
141 561
59 775
..
4 785
2 760
29 919
22 713
..
3 122
6 073
298

347 773
18 049
67 032
132 726
58 680
..
5 434
2 709
31 148
21 002
2 119
3 051
5 447
376

359 394
23 150
78 516
124 392
61 740
..
5 388
1 958
31 090
22 274
2 365
3 007
5 126
388

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

462
462

18 934
1 683
16 226
1 025

19 803
2 228
16 450
1 125

20 068
2 301
16 857
910

..
..
..
..

28 810
7 118
21 692
-

50 384
11 283
39 101
-

60 156
15 102
45 054
-

121 882
33 938
87 896
48
-

180 775
43 814
136 862
99
-

188 320
47 083
141 117
120
-

192 851
48 616
144 112
123
-

..
..
..
..
..

8 353
8 353
-

10 827
9 642
1 185

14 579
13 373
1 206

20 888
20 008
880

40 393
40 393
-

33 516
33 516
-

39 258
39 258
-

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified
Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified
Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other
Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres

2010

2011e

Terajoules

Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

Non-specified

6 462

5 643

6 526

258 493

225 728

261 044

Total imports

6 462

5 643

6 526

258 493

225 728

261 044

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres

Terajoules

Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Algeria
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Peru
Qatar
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Non-OECD

Non-specified

Total imports

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 6: Natural gas imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

2010

Million cubic metres

2011e

Terajoules

Australia
Belgium
Canada
Denmark
France
Germany
Italy
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD

Algeria
Argentina
Azerbaijan
Brunei
Egypt
Equatorial Guinea
Indonesia
Islamic Republic of Iran
Libya
Malaysia
Nigeria
Oman
Qatar
Russian Federation
Trinidad and Tobago
United Arab Emirates
Yemen
Other
Total non-OECD

Non-specified

6 462

5 643

6 526

258 493

225 728

261 044

Total imports

6 462

5 643

6 526

258 493

225 728

261 044

2010

2011e

Memo: Total OPEC

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination


2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres


Belgium
Canada
Czech Republic
France
Germany
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Mexico
Netherlands
Poland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Other
OECD
Non-specified/other
Total exports

17 423 e
1 715 e
74 e
19 212
1 745 e
20 957

18 548 e
1 347 e
19 895
4 403 e
24 298

Terajoules
19 029 e
961 e
19 990
7 151 e
27 141

696 920 e
68 600 e
2 960 e
768 480

741 920 e
53 880 e
795 800

69 817 e

176 108 e

838 297

971 908

742 065
40 072
782 137
303 520

e
e

1 085 657

Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres
Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

3 399
581
1 881
2 099
-

3 076
556
1 881
1 751
-

3 182
531
1 881
1 832
-

3 480
557
1 830
2 207
-

3 365
444
1 830
1 979
-

3 922
597
1 830
2 689
-

4 046
593
1 605
3 034
-

3 912
611
1 691
2 832
-

3 092
592
1 992
1 692
-

3 687
529
1 961
2 255
-

3 540
507
1 961
2 086
-

3 634
462
1 961
2 135
-

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

3 662
521
1 961
2 222
-

3 390
390
1 961
1 819
-

3 579
525
1 961
2 143
-

3 437
597
1 961
2 073
-

3 295
293
1 961
1 627
-

3 920
192
1 855
2 257
-

4 347
575
1 961
2 961
-

4 420
586
1 961
3 045
-

3 561
604
2 241
1 924
-

4 005
570
2 389
2 186
-

3 771
563
2 389
1 945
-

3 729
574
2 097
2 206
-

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

3 799
586
2 053
2 332
-

3 350
570
2 053
1 867
-

3 796
495
2 053
2 238
-

3 755
525
2 053
2 227
-

4 010
492
2 075
2 427
-

3 999
813
2 075
2 737
-

4 147
723
2 251
2 619
-

4 133
836
2 079
2 890
-

3 115
846
2 079
1 882
-

3 503
781
2 252
2 032
-

3 722
584
2 252
2 054
-

3 661
851
2 252
2 260
-

Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules

Jan-09

Feb-09

Mar-09

Apr-09

May-09

Jun-09

Jul-09

Aug-09

Sep-09

Oct-09

Nov-09

Dec-09

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

143 302
24 495
79 284
88 513
-

129 684
23 441
79 284
73 841
-

134 153
22 387
79 284
77 256
-

146 717
23 483
77 164
93 036
-

141 868
18 719
77 164
83 423
-

165 352
25 170
77 164
113 358
-

170 579
25 001
67 655
127 925
-

164 930
25 760
65 947
124 743
-

130 359
24 959
83 982
71 336
-

155 444
22 303
82 664
95 083
-

149 246
21 375
82 664
87 957
-

153 209
19 478
82 664
90 023
-

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

Indigenous production
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption
Opening stock level
Closing stock level

154 390
21 965
82 664
93 691
-

142 922
16 442
82 664
-1
76 701
-

150 891
22 134
82 664
90 361
-

144 904
25 170
82 664
1
87 409
-

138 917
12 353
82 664
68 606
-

165 267
8 095
78 226
95 136
-

183 270
24 242
82 649
47
124 816
-

186 347
24 706
82 696
128 357
-

150 132
25 465
94 464
1
81 132
-

168 851
24 031
100 715
92 167
-

158 985
23 736
100 715
82 006
-

157 215
24 200
88 412
93 003
-

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

Indigenous production
160 166 141 236 160 039
+ Imports
24 706
24 031
20 869
- Exports
86 543
86 543
86 543
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
-1
Total consumption
98 329
78 724
94 366
Opening stock level
Closing stock level
* Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Totals may not add up due to rounding.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

158 311
22 134
86 543
93 902
-

169 062
20 743
87 476
1
102 328
-

168 598
34 276
87 476
115 398
-

174 838
30 482
94 904
110 416
-

174 247
35 246
87 648
121 845
-

131 328
35 667
87 648
79 347
-

147 686
32 927
94 963
85 650
-

156 920
24 621
94 963
86 578
-

154 348
35 878
94 963
95 263
-

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)

Stock changes

Oct-11

Jul-11

-2000

Apr-11

Jan-11

-1800

Oct-10

500

Jul-10

-1600

Apr-10

1000

Jan-10

-1400

Oct-09

1500

Jul-09

-1200

Apr-09

2000

Oct-11

-1000

Jul-11

2500

Apr-11

-800

Jan-11

3000

Oct-10

-600

Jul-10

3500

Apr-10

-400

Jan-10

4000

Oct-09

-200

Jul-09

4500

Apr-09

Jan-09

5000

Jan-09

Mcm

Mcm

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

3500

1
0.9

3000

0.8
2500

0.7
0.6

2000

0.5
1500
0.4
0.3

1000

0.2
500

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

Oct-11

Jul-11

Apr-11

Jan-11

Oct-10

Jul-10

Apr-10

Jan-10

Oct-09

Jul-09

Apr-09

0
Jan-09

Jan-09

0.1

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.


Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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Tables
1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe)
2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe)
3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
4. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
5. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
6. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
7. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)
8. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules)

Graphs
1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe)
2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe)
3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres)

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Graph 1 - Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy
(Mtoe)
40

35

30

Mtoe

25

20

15

10

1973
1974
1975
1976
1977
1978
1979
1980
1981
1982
1983
1984
1985
1986
1987
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992
1993
1994
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES


1973

2011e

(TPES: 21 Mtoe)

(TPES: 33 Mtoe)

Oil
(56.4%)

Oil
(36.3%)

Hydro
(8.9%)

Other
(20.1%)

Hydro
(7.5%)

Coal
(18.0%)

Coal
(10.9%)

Other
(2.7%)
Natural Gas
(15.4%)

Note: Other includes geothermal, solar, wind, electricity & heat, biofuels & waste.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Natural Gas
(23.8%)

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Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel
Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

7.92
1.96
2.64
1.02
2.31

7.63
1.67
1.52
0.84
3.60

8.12
1.10
1.21
0.64
5.18

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

14.52
1.34
9.81
3.07
0.30

17.01
2.66
11.24
2.80
0.30

18.55
4.44
10.24
3.18
0.70

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

0.62
..
0.14
0.06
0.42

0.88
..
0.25
0.01
0.63

21.48
3.30
12.11
3.87
2.20

23.15
4.15
12.08
3.65
3.27

Indigenous production
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
1
Other

Total consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-11

90-11

11.45
1.43
1.06
0.00
8.96

11.76
1.49
1.03
0.00
9.25

10.75
1.46
0.97
0.00
8.32

0.81
- 0.77
- 2.59
- 20.02
3.43

1.34
1.36
- 1.02
- 31.74
2.28

19.95
5.42
11.17
2.63
0.73

28.49
9.50
13.72
2.77
2.50

29.63
10.19
13.81
3.01
2.62

32.00
12.01
13.80
3.21
2.99

2.10
5.94
0.90
0.12
6.21

2.63
4.85
1.43
0.05
7.16

1.23
..
0.55
0.00
0.68

1.85
0.01
0.93
0.00
0.91

7.28
3.10
2.20
0.01
1.97

8.26
4.08
2.22
0.01
1.95

8.15
3.98
2.33
0.01
1.84

7.01
..
7.58
- 6.14
3.98

9.40
..
7.07
3.71
4.87

24.84
5.18
10.37
4.10
5.19

26.77
6.37
11.02
3.48
5.90

31.76
7.47
11.93
2.87
9.48

33.84
8.21
12.30
3.41
9.92

32.62
7.77
11.84
3.55
9.45

1.11
2.28
- 0.06
- 0.23
3.92

1.31
1.95
0.63
- 0.68
2.90

8.77
1.26
1.09
0.34
6.07 e

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel


Mtoe
Average annual
percent change

1973

1980

1990

4.87
1.15
1.21
0.87
1.64

5.44
0.89
1.16
0.84
2.55

7.16
1.77
0.67
1.70
3.03

Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

16.61
1.45
9.95
2.35
2.87

18.64
2.83
9.76
1.97
4.09

19.72
3.04
8.84
1.35
6.49

3.87
0.02
3.58
0.11
0.15

4.09
0.03
3.84
0.01
0.20

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

6.45
1.29
3.32
0.76
1.08

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

Inputs to electricity and heat


generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1995

2009

2010

2011e

73-10

90-10

9.64
2.52
0.41
1.11
5.61

10.26
2.85
0.42
1.41
5.57

..
..
..
..
..

2.04
2.48
- 2.79
1.33
3.36

1.81
2.42
- 2.24
- 0.91
3.09

21.24
3.67
9.42
0.98
7.17

26.23
4.50
10.81
0.52
10.40

27.65
4.91
11.08
0.50
11.16

..
..
..
..
..

1.39
3.36
0.29
- 4.08
3.74

1.71
2.43
1.13
- 4.81
2.75

4.85
0.10
4.51
0.00
0.24

5.49
0.10
5.11
..
0.29

7.83
0.18
6.87
..
0.77

8.03
0.14
7.12
..
0.77

..
..
..
..
..

1.99
5.54
1.87
..
4.46

2.55
1.93
2.31
..
5.91

6.53
2.10
2.09
0.92
1.43

6.73
1.98
1.87
0.65
2.24

6.64
1.99
1.80
0.54
2.32

9.24
2.71
2.11
0.47
3.95

9.33
2.79
2.04
0.44
4.06

..
..
..
..
..

1.00
2.12
- 1.31
- 1.46
3.65

1.65
1.72
0.45
- 1.87
3.02

6.29
0.14
3.04
1.47
1.64

8.02
0.69
3.83
1.04
2.46

8.13
0.96
2.46
0.70
4.01

9.11
1.58
2.51
0.45
4.56

9.16
1.60
1.82
0.06
5.68

10.29
1.98
1.92
0.06
6.34

..
..
..
..
..

1.34
7.38
- 1.24
- 8.28
3.73

1.18
3.70
- 1.25
- 11.56
2.31

5.72
0.09
3.03
1.42
1.17

5.10
0.39
2.18
0.93
1.60

5.84
0.76
1.70
0.66
2.71

6.30
1.02
1.80
0.42
3.07

6.27
1.22
1.24
0.05
3.76

6.90
1.34
1.38
0.05
4.12

..
..
..
..
..

0.51
7.46
- 2.11
- 8.44
3.45

0.84
2.85
- 1.06
- 11.74
2.13

8.17
2.27
0.69
1.40
3.81 e

1. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste.


2. Other: nuclear, hydro, geothermal, solar, biofuels & waste, electricity and heat.
3. Includes all non-energy use.
Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.

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Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption
Million cubic metres

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

2 365

2 520

2 009

1 359

1 616

1 759

1 810

1 776

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

1 620
10
2

2 898
- 234
-

3 196
- 208
-

5 507
- 441
- 2

10 192
1 995
- 445
-

11 634
3 799
- 452
- 1

12 417
4 968
748
-

14 631
4 852
- 2 080
-

Total consumption

3 993

5 184

4 997

6 427

9 368

9 143

10 007

9 475

Transformation
Main activity electricity
Autoproducers electricity
Main activity CHP plants
Autoproducers of CHP
Main activity heat plants
Autoproducers heat plants
Gas works
Gas to liquids
Other transformation

1 842
884
44
465
449
-

1 545
1 050
72
314
109
-

1 080
456
18
261
165
174
6
-

2 191
824
282
697
166
222
-

2 927
967
196
1 070
338
331
25
-

3 080
1 090
193
1 123
299
351
24
-

3 474
1 057
239
1 386
326
447
19
-

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use


Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

375
117
167
91
-

504
200
303
1
-

376
153
222
1
-

462
193
198
71
-

451
265
186
-

556
301
255
-

548
328
220
-

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

30

93

137

11

..

Final consumption

1 746

3 042

3 404

3 763

5 988

5 505

5 983

..

Industry
Iron and steel
Chemical
Non-ferrous metals
Non-metallic minerals
Transport equipment
Machinery
Mining and quarrying
Food and tobacco
Pulp, paper and printing
Wood and wood products
Construction
Textiles and leather
Non-specified

1 390
329
112
7
325
5
55
66
85
218
12
3
18
155

1 738
343
179
7
341
22
63
73
103
319
9
8
34
237

1 912
385
184
8
396
26
71
79
121
330
14
11
30
257

2 023
308
226
40
295
45
128
77
261
377
51
21
102
92

2 974
429
460
115
400
51
203
89
331
636
100
47
60
53

2 902
471
420
121
373
46
237
49
348
588
83
54
56
56

2 941
411
415
110
379
57
243
59
358
669
83
52
47
58

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

23
23
-

35
35
-

40
40
-

119
119
-

305
4
301
-

226
4
222
-

171
4
167
-

..
..
..
..

Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified

171
58
113
-

711
312
395
4
-

834
366
463
5
-

1 184
226
947
11
-

2 330
874
1 440
16
-

1 961
453
1 491
17
-

2 411
757
1 635
19
-

..
..
..
..
..

Non-energy use (industry)


Petrochemical feedstocks
Other

162
162
-

558
558
-

618
618
-

437
437
-

379
379
-

416
416
-

460
460
-

..
..
..

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified

Totals may not add up due to rounding.


Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption
Terajoules

1973

1978

1980

1990

2008

2009

2010

2011e

Indigenous production

91 006

97 715

77 671

51 014

61 262

66 667

69 128

67 812

+ From other sources


+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference

62 343
361
-

112 405
- 9 012
-

123 618
- 8 008
-

206 709
- 16 559
-

386 405
75 640
- 16 869
-

442 252
144 024
- 17 117
- 2

474 151
189 705
28 561
1

558 688
185 255
- 79 449
-

153 710

201 108

193 281

241 164

355 158

347 780

382 134

361 796

Transformation
Main activity electric