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NATURAL GAS

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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.

(61 2012 17 1 P1) e165
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INFORMATION

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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
IEA’s 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 São 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 Fédération
75739 Paris Cedex 15
France
E-mail: mieke.reece@iea.org.

What’s 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 year’s 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 15°C 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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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. Data for autoproducer heat plants represent inputs of fuel to plants which sell heat to a third party under the provisions of a contract. Transport Transport covers gas inputs to all transport activities.xii . Final consumption Total Final consumption is the sum of consumption by the different end-use sectors and non-energy use. refineries. Transformation Transformation comprises fuel inputs to both public and private electricity.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) for heating and operation of their equipment and including losses in distribution. New York. The IEA Secretariat has undertaken a programme of estimating the missing data where possible. all fuel inputs for electricity production are taken into account. in addition to its main activities. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Heat Plants: Includes inputs of gas to plants which are designed to produce heat only.g. Industry The following industrial categories are defined with reference to their ISIC (International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities) division or group number. wholly or partly for its own use. transmit or distribute electricity. Excludes natural gas consumed in stationary engines. 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. 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. Energy industry own use Natural gas used by energy industries for heating purposes and for operation of their equipment are reported under this heading. No4/Rev. of stocks held on national territory (including government controlled stocks). while for heat production. industrial establishments. . e. Data are available for both autoproducer and main activity producer heat plants.g. blast furnaces and the petrochemical industry. Gas conversion to liquids: Includes natural gas used as feedstock for the conversion to liquids e. It includes railway's own production of electricity. railways. only that part of inputs to heat which is sold to outsiders (e. 2008. Losses These are losses due to transport and distribution as well as pipeline losses. United Nations. 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.g. at the first day of the year. Road: Compressed natural gas for use in road vehicles. Gas used for heating and operation of equipment is not included here but in the Energy sector. coke ovens. Note that for autoproducer's CHP plants. gas works. and petroleum refineries. Fuel inputs for the production of heat consumed within the autoproducer's establishment are not included here. Pipeline transport: All quantities used in support of the operation of pipelines. It includes coal mining. The ISIC numbers refer to series M. 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. coke ovens. Gas works: This is natural gas used in gas works and gasification plants. in addition to its main activities. Opening stocks Refer to opening stock levels. Transformation also comprises fuels used as feedstocks in gas works. Other transformation: This refers to natural gas used in coke ovens and blast furnaces or any other transformation process not included in above. etc. combined heat and power plants and heat plants. Autoproducers of electricity: Includes inputs of gas for the production of electricity by an enterprise which. An autoproducer is an industrial establishment which. at the last day of the year. generates electricity and/or heat. to a network) is shown.4. Closing stocks Refer to closing stock levels. the quantities of fuel entering the methanol production process for transformation into methanol. generates electricity wholly or partly for its own use. of stocks held on national territory (including government controlled stocks).

Construction: ISIC division 41. fishing (ocean. cement and other building materials industries (ISIC division no. Mining and quarrying: ISIC divisions 07. Transport equipment: ISIC divisions 29 and 30. 3639. Natural gas used for production of electricity in the different industry categories (autoproducers) are included in the transformation sector. Non-metallic minerals: Glass. beverages and tobacco: ISIC divisions 10. Non-ferrous metals: ISIC group no. coastal and inland fishing). 84 (excluding Class 8422). ISIC divisions 01. Wood and wood products: ISIC division 16. 14 and 15. Excludes petrochemical feedstocks. Food. machinery and equipment other than transport equipment (ISIC divisions 25. 02 and 03. ceramic. 42 and 43. Non-energy use Petrochemical feedstocks: Includes feedstocks to the petrochemical industry (ISIC Group 201). Textiles and leather: ISIC division 13. 45-47. Other Commerce and public services: ISIC divisions 33. 52. Non-specified: All activities not included elsewhere. Agriculture (incl. 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. 55. 53. 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. 68-75. Non-specified: Any manufacturing industry not included in the above categories (ISIC divisions 22. 58-66. 77-82. 242 and class 2432. 11 and 12. Chemical: ISIC division 20 and 21. Pulp. 85-88. Other: Includes non-energy use for any other industry sub-sectors. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . paper and printing: ISIC divisions 17 and 18. fishing): All consumption by agriculture. 27 and 28).g. hunting and forestry.xiii Iron and steel: ISIC group no. 26. 08 and Group 099. Residential: All consumption by households (ISIC division 97). 31 and 32). military (except air). Machinery: Fabricated metal products. 56.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 23). e. 90-96 and 99. 241 and class 2431.

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Please see below for further information. Hungary and Poland (1960 to 1969) and Mexico (1960 to 1962). For the Slovak Republic. 2011. • Cedigaz: provided information on reserves. 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. Energy Balances: These are annual statistics that integrate data from the IEA/OECD coal. Data for 2010 and 2011 will be subject to revisions as final annual statistics become available. Data prior to 1986 for Chile. electricity. trade by origin and destination and stock levels and changes. prior to 1991 for Hungary. Data for 1960 to 1969 have been estimated using the growth rates from the population series published in the OECD Economic Outlook No 76. SOURCES AND NOTES The annual historical data in Parts IV and V are from the IEA/OECD energy statistics databases. 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. and prior to 1992 for the Slovak Republic are IEA Secretariat estimates based on GDP growth rates from the World Bank. Volume 1. Economic Indicators Population: the main source of these series for 1970 to 2010 is National Accounts of OECD Countries.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 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). For the Czech Republic. prior to 1990 for the Czech Republic and Poland. 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. Slovak Republic. 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.xv 4. Data include detailed supply/demand balances. final consumption by end-use. Infostat. Data for 2011 are estimated by the IEA Secretariat. Volume 1. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . all submitted by national administrations in questionnaires to the Secretariat. 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. renewables. 2011. • Oil and Gas Journal: provided information on world-wide gas reserves (2010 and 2011). population data for 1960 to 1989 are from the Demographic Research Centre. Part I: Natural gas market review The summary of the publication Medium-Term Gas Market Report 2012 was provided by the Gas. the data are estimated using the growth rates from the population series from the World Bank published in the World Development Indicators CD-ROM. Coal and Power Markets Division of the IEA (for more information see Part I).

i. therefore. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Part IV: OECD detailed data Annual Gas Statistics (AGS): (see 4 Part II above). it is not shown as part of prices. Please note in the MOS tables for regional totals the stock changes do not necessarily equal to the conventional calculation of stock changes. 2) prices actually paid. As the objective of the monthly statistics is to provide timely information. Transportation Tariffs. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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. and imported quantities are reported in Terajoules. In these cases value-added tax is refunded to the customer. usually in the form of a tax credit. Part II above). these data are often provisional and subject to revision. Import prices have been derived from customs statistics reported by member countries to Eurostat for Europe. using energy unit conversion factors for natural gas (see Conversion factors). Part V: Historical series All historical data are from Annual Gas Statistics (AGS): (see 4. The section on Pipeline Infrastructure also includes information on Ownership and Operation of Gas Transmission systems and Storage Facilities. Monthly data are not yet available for the four member countries that joined OECD in 2010: Chile. 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. spot prices and end-user prices and taxes. The derived import price therefore merely gives an indication of the average import cost rather than a precise and exact import price. The data are collected on a monthly basis from OECD member countries in the form of questionnaires. Transit of Gas. Please also note that some countries have minor breaks in stocks. which are not available on a monthly basis. those of Japan from JTrade and those of Korea from the Korean Energy Review Monthly. Estonia.xvi . while those of the US come from the EIA Natural Gas Monthly. Germany) there is no breakdown available by origin.e. Import values reported by these sources are in national currency. This excludes value-added tax paid in many European countries by industry for all goods and services. and 3) taxes which have to be paid by the consumer as part of the transaction and which are not refundable. Energy Prices and Taxes: These are monthly and quarterly statistics for OECD countries and certain non-OECD countries which cover import and export prices.g. In a number of cases. Therefore. The IEA has converted these data into national currency and USD per MBTU. and Distribution. Please note that for some countries (e. using the default IPCC methodology and emission factors as described in the Revised 1996 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories. Regulatory Features. net of rebates. the addition of 12 months may deviate slightly from the equivalent annual data. In general. Israel and Slovenia. Part VI: Maps The pipeline distribution and LNG ports maps were supplied by the OECD member countries. End-use prices are collected quarterly from national administrations or other relevant bodies and supplemented with data from national published sources. since a number of countries do not report stock levels. the end-use prices include 1) transport costs to the consumer.

Final consumption data for 1999-2000 are estimated by the national administration. There are breaks in the time series between 1969 and 1970. Prior to 1986. Belgium Prior to 1991. For reasons of data confidentiality. the entire time series in cubic metres was revised. which run from 1 July to 30 June (e. The data are now reported on a standard basis whereas in previous editions they were reported on a normal basis. Data after 1973 are based on national surveys. Autoproducer data are included in main activity producer before 1974. there are no detailed data available for autoproducers and for sub-sector industry consumption. As of 2000. There are breaks in the time series for commercial/public services as this sub-sector is the residual of the consumption data. natural gas data included ethane. 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. In the 2012 edition.g. Between 2001 and 2002 there are breaks in series for consumption data due to an industry structural shift and changes in methodology. 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. The drop in non-specified industry in 2003 is due to improvements in data collection. Australia All data refer to fiscal years. Breaks in stock levels between 2005/2006 are due to new method to collect the data. These data are estimated by the IEA Secretariat. Recent Data Revisions). there is therefore a break in series between 2004 and 2005 in the energy and transformation sub-sectors. Imports include spot purchases.xvii 5. Differences due to measurement are included with losses prior to 2000. Prior to 1973. natural gas has started to replace blast furnace gas in the iron and steel industry. 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . COUNTRY NOTES Please note that as a result of revisions. unless otherwise specified. Natural gas data for 2011 are based on national administrations' own estimates. Revisions were made back to 2005. Monthly export data are estimated by the Secretariat. natural gas inputs to blast furnaces were included in the iron and steel sector. Australia no longer provides a breakdown of exports by destination. 2011 = 1 July 2010 to 30 June 2011). Austria Consumption of natural gas in gas works within the transformation sector stopped in 1980.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

Stock levels are available starting in 2009. In the 2012 edition. resulting in a sharp decrease in the nonenergy use of natural gas. These data are available from 2009. while the increase in autoproducer electricity is due to the addition of independent power production. From 2009 onwards. Prior to 1994. and no breakdown of industry data is available. These data are available from 2009.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) New legislation for data collection has led to breaks in series for industry and energy industry own use between 2004 and 2005. Canada Prior to 1978. Denmark The time series were revised back to 1972 by the Danish Administration in 2004. Data reported in ‘From other sources’ represent LPG injected into the natural gas distribution network. consumption in main activity producer CHP plants includes use in three new cogeneration facilities in the province of Ontario.xviii . natural gas consumption in residential and agriculture/forestry has been estimated by the Finnish Administration. Natural gas inputs into gas works ceased in 1996. the entire time series in cubic metres was revised. data in the transport sector are for former Czechoslovakia. and between 2007 and 2008. . Data on natural gas consumption in the chemical industry is not available before 1976. agriculture is included in industry. as some storage is located outside the Czech territory. In previous years these inputs are included in autoproducer electricity. Estonia Data for Estonia are available starting in 1990. Finland Prior to 1989. in 1976 and 1977. Prior to that. hydrogen production is reported in petrochemical feedstocks as non-energy use. Data reported in ‘From other sources’ represent LPG injected into the natural gas distribution network. Starting in 1992. Prior to 1990. data for consumption of natural gas for construction is not available. 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. they are included in Former Soviet Union. From 2008. as well as associated gas produced in Alberta. Non-associated gas production data includes colliery gas. the figure includes only natural gas used as a feedstock (excluding use as energy). Data for gas inputs to oil refineries are not available for 2008 and 2009. In 2009. In 2000. gas trade in Belgium includes imported LNG which is regasified and subsequently exported to other countries. The data reported in non-specified transformation represents quantities of natural gas used for the upgrading of refined oil products. The data are now reported on a standard basis whereas in previous editions they were reported at 20 degrees Celsius and 760 mm Hg. 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. Estonia’s main producer of fertilisers ceased activity. the increase in main activity electricity producer data is due to new generation plants in Alberta and Ontario. Stock levels are available starting in 2009. consumption in non-specified industry includes gas used as fuel in oil refineries. Prior to 1978. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Czech Republic Data from 1993 onwards have been officially submitted by the Czech Statistical Office. Reported natural gas stocks are higher than storage capacity. Data for gas inputs to oil refineries are not available for 2008 and 2009.

end-use consumption data are based on Arbeitsgemeinschaft Energiebilanzen. Due to modifications in reporting methodology. From 1990. In 1998.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Hungary Due to a new methodology some breaks in series may exist between 1996 and 1997. A new survey system and a reclassification of the data lead to breaks in the time series between 1999 and 2000. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . In 2003. gas consumption in coke ovens was negligible. there is no detailed breakdown available for the industry sector with the exception of iron and steel and chemical industries. There is a break in time series between 2009 and 2010 in different consumption sectors. two autoproducer heat plants have been reclassified to main activity producer heat plants. Imports include transit-imports for other countries and exports are mainly re-exports of natural gas originating from other countries. statistical difference includes gas consumption that is not broken down by sector. Germany Before 1970. residential and agricultural is only available since 1984. There is a break in series in the industry sub-sectors from 2005 onwards. Gas for pipelines is included in losses. The breakdown of transformation for 2003 and 2004 was estimated. France Prior to 1995. This leads to breaks in the times series between 1989 and 1990. From 2003 onwards. From 1995 onwards. There is a break in series for commerce/public services and residential in 2001. The breakdown of consumption between commerce/ public services. there is a break in series for electricity and CHP plants (both autoproducers and main activity producers). Data from 1990 to 1999 were revised by the national administration in 2002. the industry sector breakdown is based on the new 1995 NACE classification. From 2007 onwards Germany changed their methodology for reporting heat. Production of natural gas stopped on 30 November 1998 and started again in December 1999. This causes breaks in series in transformation between 2006 and 2007. This leads to a number of breaks in series between 1994 and 1995. There are no official data for the construction sector from 2004 onwards. Also prior to 1995. In 1997. From 1999 onwards new methodology was used for preparing the natural gas balances which leads to breaks in series between 1999 and 2000. there is a break in the monthly trade data series. From 1997 on. Non specified imports include gas imported from UK and Denmark. Greece Natural gas produced in Greece has a high average GCV. starting with February 2003 data. The export breakdown is not available from 2000. residential consumption is included in commerce/public services. There is therefore a break in series between 1999 and 2000 in the transformation and industry sub-sectors. Pipeline imports from non-specified/other origin may contain spot purchases of LNG. due to a high content of C2/C4 hydrocarbons. Improvements in data collection for 2009 lead to some breaks in series between 2008 and 2009. the breakdown between residential and commerce/public services is available since 1995. Revisions back to 2005 are pending.xix Due to new system of data collection. inputs of natural gas for main activity producer heat are included with main activity producer CHP. a new pipeline between Russia and Greece became operational. From 2000 onwards residential consumption includes consumption in commerce/public services.

Ireland Detailed consumption figures for the use of natural gas in industry and other sectors are not available prior to 1986. There is a break in stocks between 1989 and 1990 due to a revision in stock levels back to 1990. 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. Consumption in the residential subsector was estimated for 1992. data for losses include some statistical differences. Stock change data was reported for the first time in 2003. The production of gas works gas from natural gas ceased in 1996. Prior to 1990. From 1990 onwards.g. 2011 = April 2010 to 31 March 2011). the breakdown of industry data is only available for iron and steel and chemical industry. The increased consumption in machinery in 2007 is a result of changes in industry sub-sector structure and fuel usage.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) The increase in main activity producer CHP data in 2000 is due to a reclassification of autoproducer plants into main activity producer plants. and agriculture. iron and steel consumption includes transformation of natural gas in blast furnaces. which run from 1 April to 31 March (e. Starting in 1991. beverages and tobacco from 2003 is due to a new methodology. Residential consumption includes consumption in commerce/public services. all data refer to fiscal year. The more detailed breakdown of consumption for energy industry own use is only available from 2007. is due to the shutdown of Ireland’s main steel plant. There is a break in series between 2003 and 2004 in transformation and industry sectors. all other industry data are included in non-specified industry. Prior to 2004. The increased consumption in food. There is a break in series in transformation and industry in 1982 due to a change in methodology. Prior to 2007. The high gas vented figure in 2003 is due to an accidental fire at a gas field. due to the shutdown of a fertilizer plant. Italy Korea The breakdown of final consumption has been estimated by the Secretariat for the years 1987 to 1991. However.xx . since 1994. most of the gas works gas production and consumption has been included with natural gas. Israel Imports of natural gas began in 2008. There is a break in the stock levels between 2001 and 2002. Luxembourg Prior to 1970.these data are included in main activity producer plants. consumption of natural gas in machinery was included with transport equipment. Except for liquefaction plants. consumption in commerce/public services is included in residential. No autoproducer data are available from 2000 onwards for confidentiality reasons . There are breaks in series in industry sub-sectors in 2008 due to a new classification. improved collection methods have decreased these differences. From 2000 onwards. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . data in the energy sector are estimated and include statistical differences and other non-specified consumption. thanks to improvements in the measurement of stocks. Statistical difference includes natural gas used for refilling cushion gas. Consumption in the chemical industry fell in 2003. Japan The decrease of natural gas consumption within the iron and steel industry from 2001 onwards.

1 264 1 560 3 540 4 500 of which non-energy use: . New Zealand Main aggregates in the transformation. Consumption in the non-ferrous metals subsector is included in iron and steel for reasons of confidentiality. as a result of dry weather.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. The detailed consumption breakdown for industry has only been available for the years 1980 to 1985 and is shown below. Data for final consumption is more detailed from 2000 onwards. A steep decline in consumption in chemical industry in 2005 was caused by closure of the Motunui methanol production plant. In 2008. thanks to new methodology. transport. Gas inputs to autoproducer CHP plants were high in 2001 and 2003. Netherlands Significant breaks in series between 1981 to 1982 and 1983 to 1984 reflect the introduction of more comprehensive surveys on end-use consumption. beverages & 2166 2 841 4 251 4 983 6571 tobacco Pulp. production of synthetic gasoline from natural gas ceased. accounting for the very large consumption increase in that year. accounting for the large consumption increases in that year. All heat plants were converted to CHP plants in 1990. Imports from Germany include imports from Russia.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . energy. The decrease in autoproducer electricity is a result of companies changing their installations from electricity only plants to CHP. data are therefore not comparable with the earlier years. Losses are included in the statistical difference for the years 1977-1979 and 1986-1992. The Motunui plant was then reopened in late 2008 causing a corresponding increase in consumption in chemical industry. an improved method to allocate unsold steam from autoproducer CHP has been used. the increase in main activity electricity is due to the opening of a new plant in the second half of 2008. oil and gas extraction and nonspecified (industry) data were estimated. In 1998. From 1993 to 1999. industry and other are estimated by the national administration. From 2003 onwards. two new autoproducer CHP plants came onstream. 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. Between 1987 and 1988 a break in series is observed in commerce/public services due to a major reorganisation of three public utility companies. Gas inputs to electricity and CHP plants are included in Total transformation sector for reasons of confidentiality. 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 . Consumption in the commerce/public services sector includes consumption in other sectors.xxi The large increase of gas consumption in transformation from 2002 onwards is due to a new 350 MW combined cycle power plant. Mexico Natural gas reported in the IEA publications may be different from what is reported in the Mexican energy publications. a new autoproducer CHP plant came onstream. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Distribution losses and pipeline transport are included in oil and gas extraction. The steep decrease in consumption in the iron and steel industry in 2008 is due to the principal producer’s reduction in activity. Non-specified imports include gas purchased on the spot market. to compensate for the low production from main activity producer hydro plants. The breakdown of the energy and other Sectors is available only from 1993 onwards. In 2009. as the IEA includes only dry gas and excludes natural gas liquids.

From 2002 onwards. From 2000 pipeline transport is included in oil and gas extraction. . and between 1978 and 1979. As a result. natural gas consumption in textiles and leather. Imports include gas used for pipeline compressor station. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Spain Prior to 1982. where they are regasified and sent by pipeline to Portugal. Prior to 2000 natural gas used in the pipeline transport was partly included in energy industry own use (gas works). From 2009 data for losses are no longer available. Slovenia Non-specified transformation represents natural gas used for hydrogen manufacture in catalytic reforming processes. Imports reported from Other FSU are from Turkmenistan. For Norway. gas inputs to electricity and CHP plants are included in Autoproducers Electricity for reasons of confidentiality. large statistical differences in some years may lead to discrepancies in the growth rates of supply and demand of natural gas. Since February 2004. Distribution losses may include some statistical differences. Portugal Portugal started to import natural gas in February 1997. transportation equipment and machinery has been included in non-specified industry. Data for 1970 are estimated by the Secretariat. Slovak Republic Data were revised for 1968-1969 and 1979-1992 in 2003. Due to an immature companies' classification system. LNG imports arrive directly at the Sines terminal. Data for Slovenia are available starting in 1990. Prior to 2000 all data normally included under total final consumption is reported under oil and gas extraction in energy sector own use. 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. monthly natural gas has been estimated by the Secretariat on the basis of quarterly published data. Consumption in other transformation between 1994 and 2003 is mainly natural gas used as a feedstock in refineries to make LPG. Natural gas reported in associated production contains some heavier hydrocarbons. There are inconsistencies in the time series for commercial/public services as this sub-sector is the residual of the consumption data. they are included in Former Yugoslavia. A new energy data collection system was implemented in January 2001. Non-associated natural gas production ceased in 2000. 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. as extraction ended in a field with low GCV. Starting in 2007. Before February 2004. most LNG imports from Nigeria arrive via the Huelva terminal in Spain.xxii . high statistical variations occur in certain consumption sectors. Kazakhstan or Uzbekistan. As a result.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Norway The large increase in the oil and gas extraction sector in 1992 results from the start up of new fields. there are breaks in the series between 1969 and 1971. The steep increase in non-specified transport in 2007 is due to the wider usage of gas-powered sea vessels. Prior to that. causing some breaks in time series between 1999 and 2000. Poland Prior to 2000. The GCV of indigenous production increased strongly in 2002. supply of natural gas is the residual of two very large and opposite terms. Consumption in other transformation is mainly natural gas used for production of hydrogen and in hydrocracking for gasoline. domestic navigation is included under non-specified transport. production and exports.

the final consumption breakdown is estimated by the national administration.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . In 2008 total final consumption and its breakdown was estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on Statistics Sweden publications. The breakdown of the transformation and of the industry sector is estimated by the national administration. 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. since a new survey revealed a large number of CHP autoproducers that had previously been included in industry consumption. As the gas grid was enlarged 1996-1997. 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. 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. The breakdown of the sub-sectors in industry was estimated by the IEA Secretariat for 2000 and by the National Administration from 2001 onwards. thus causing breaks in the energy industry own use and in final consumption. The increase of gas consumption in main activity CHP plants in 1996 is due to more complete accounting for all producing entities. Prior to 1993. losses include metering differences and losses due to pipeline leakage. road transport is included in commerce/ public services. the decrease of natural gas inputs into gas works gas production is due to the substitution of natural gas by manufactured gas.xxiii The increase of natural gas used as feedstock starting in 1988 reflects a substitution of naphtha for the production of fertilisers. There is a break in series between 1993 and 1994 in autoproducer CHP consumption. The consumption data for 2006 and 2007 have been estimated on a different basis. The large increase in main activity producer electricity plant’s consumption is due to two main activity producer electricity plants running on natural gas in 1997. From 2001 onwards. Since 1990. Data in the non-specified industry sector refer to sales by independent gas suppliers unallocated by categories. due to an improvement in stock level data from 2003 onwards. Switzerland Consumption includes substitute natural gas made at gas works and piped into the natural gas distribution system. Prior to 1985. Classification improvements resulted in a break in series for non-energy use in the chemical industry in 2006. Starting with 2009 figures. total imports and domestic supply increased significantly. losses include stock changes. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . There is a break in stocks between 2002 and 2003. The break in series between 1998 and 1999 for the final consumption breakdown is due to the introduction of a new survey. consumption data is collected by Turkey’s Energy Market Regulatory Authority. 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. In 2009. Commerce/public services consumption was included in the residential data before 2001. there is a break in stocks due to the exclusion of mechanically recoverable cushion gas from the reported levels. This leads to breaks in series across all sectors. The consumption of natural gas in commercial is included with non-specified other while public services is shown separately. Storage capacity has been reviewed which resulted in a break in series for stock change in 2008. The natural gas used to form synthetic coke oven gas is reported under non-specified transformation. From 1992 onwards. The break in series between 1977 and 1978 is the result of the introduction of a new survey by industry type.

Breaks in transformation subsectors between 1999 and 2000 are the result of a new data reporting method. Data on natural gas use in road transport were collected for the first time in 1991 and are not available for previous years. LNG imports into Puerto Rico are reported under Non-OECD Americas.xxiv . . Data for natural gas consumption by autoproducer CHP plants are available from 1989. 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). Puerto Rico is not included in US data. From 1995 on. These include gas that arrived at the Isle of Grain terminal in November and December 2008 but which was not unloaded until 2009. 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. this consumption is included with industry and commerce/public services.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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. using the Manufacturing Energy Consumption INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Survey (MECS). and by autoproducer electricity and main activity producer CHP plants from 1991. this breakdown is estimated by the Energy Information Administration. Prior to these years. Non-energy use for all industry except chemical and petrochemical were included with energy use until 2002. Exports to Ireland include gas offtake by the Isle of Man. Inputs of gas works gas have been estimated from 1990 to 2002 on the basis of the output efficiency of the process. No data are available for the construction and mining and quarrying industries.

and the United States. Israel2. Slovenia. United Arab Emirates and Venezuela. Armenia. Mexico. the Czech Republic. Canada. Croatia. Portugal includes the Azores and Madeira. Turkmenistan. Kuwait. Tajikistan. La Réunion. Switzerland does not include Liechtenstein. Ghana. Luxembourg. Switzerland. Norway. Prior to 1990. Zambia. The Netherlands excludes Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles. New Zealand. Côte d’Ivoire. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Saudi Arabia. Austria. There is no single authority representing both Turkish and Greek Cypriot people on the Island. Luxembourg. Mexico and the United States. Iceland. Estonia and Slovenia are included starting in 1990. Angola/Cabinda. France. Cyprus3. The information in this report relates to the area under the effective control of the Government of the Republic of Cyprus. IEA comprises OECD countries except Chile. Eritrea. East Jerusalem and Israeli settlements in the West Bank under the terms of international law. Libya. Greece. Latvia. Mexico and Slovenia. Zimbabwe and Other Africa. 1. OECD Asia Oceania comprises Australia. Turkey shall preserve its position concerning the “Cyprus issue”. Turkey recognizes the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC). Hungary. Korea and New Zealand. Netherlands. Angola. Egypt. Germany. Ireland. Portugal. Estonia Finland. Africa comprises Algeria. 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. Sudan. Qatar. Martinique. Kyrgyzstan.xxv 6. Sweden. Chile. Spain includes the Canary Islands. Turkey. Kazakhstan. Denmark. GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE Australia excludes the overseas territories. The use of such data by the OECD is without prejudice to the status of the Golan Heights. Belarus. The statistical data for Israel are supplied by and under the responsibility of the relevant Israeli authorities. Gabon. Japan includes Okinawa. Cameroon. Serbia. NouvelleCalédonie and French Polynesia. Chile. Azerbaijan. Finland. France includes Monaco and excludes the French overseas territories Guadeloupe. Belgium. Iceland. Libya. Benin. Until a lasting and equitable solution is found within the context of United Nations. Denmark. Malta. Italy includes San Marino and the Vatican. Israel. Senegal. OECD Europe1 comprises Austria. 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. Kenya. Germany includes the new federal states of Germany from 1970 onwards. Bulgaria. OPEC comprises Algeria. Denmark excludes Greenland and the Danish Faroes. Gibraltar. Spain. Romania. Iceland. Italy. Slovenia. Korea. Non-OECD Europe/Eurasia comprises Albania. 3. Nigeria. Estonia. Russian Federation. Guyane. United States includes continental US.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Namibia. Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Spain. Israel. Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). Greece. South Africa. France. Democratic Republic of Congo. Tunisia. Lithuania. the Netherlands. Norway. Japan. Note by Turkey: The information in this document with reference to “Cyprus” relates to the southern part of the Island. Slovak Republic. Czech Republic. Iraq. Ecuador. Morocco. Estonia. Moldova. OECD Americas comprises Canada. Hungary. United Republic of Tanzania. Switzerland. United Kingdom. Portugal. the Slovak Republic. 2. St. Congo. Nigeria. Ireland. Turkey and the United Kingdom. Poland. Iran.-Pierre et Miquelon. Mozambique. Belgium. Italy. Ethiopia. Sweden. Poland. Bosnia-Herzegovina. Japan. Germany. OECD Total1 comprises Australia. Georgia.

Singapore. Brazil. Venezuela.xxvi . Panama. Haiti. Myanmar. Dominican Republic. Pakistan. Brunei. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Philippines. El Salvador. Costa Rica. Cuba. Oman. Iraq. Nepal. Syrian Arab Republic. Vietnam and Other Asia. Lebanon. Other Non-OECD Americas (including Puerto Rico). Malaysia. Honduras. Thailand. Islamic Republic of Iran. United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Yemen. . Ecuador. Qatar. Indonesia. Uruguay. Guatemala. Jordan. North Korea. Trinidad and Tobago. Asia comprises Bangladesh. Colombia. Bolivia. Chinese Taipei. Nicaragua. Sri Lanka. Paraguay. Netherlands Antilles. China comprises People's Republic of China and Hong Kong. Kuwait. Peru. China (unless otherwise specified). India. Jamaica.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Non-OECD Americas comprises Argentina. Saudi Arabia. Middle East comprises Bahrain.

615 159. ABBREVIATIONS AND CONVERSION FACTORS General conversion factors General conversion factors for energy TJ To: From: Gcal Mtoe MBtu 238.984 1.6 x 10 -8 -5 7 -3 11630 1 2.8 2.1781 1 28.1337 3.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .0038 U.0 Short ton (st) 907.xxvii 7.0 34.8 0.1023 2204.159 7.252 2.6 Long ton (lt) 1016 1.893 -4 4.) 1.016 1 1.1868 x 10 Mtoe 4.1868 x 10 MBtu 1. bbl ft 3 l cm multiply by: U. gal U.) 1 0.454 4.931 x 10 3412 1 st lb -4 Conversion factors for mass kg t lt 1 0.97 1 5.0283 Litre (l) 0.546 0.2642 0.2046 2000.0063 0.8327 0.2 0.9072 To: From: multiply by: Kilogramme (kg) Pound (lb) 0.163 x 10 3.0353 1 0.52 x 10 860 8.S.001 Cubic metre (cm) 264.0 0.229 0.0551 x 10 GWh -3 3.1605 4.3147 1000.02381 0.120 2240.K.968 x 10 0.S.102 x 10 0.54 x 10 -4 1.K.968 1.2 220.K.02859 0.3 0.0045 Barrel (bbl) 42.46 x 10 -3 1 -4 2.785 0. gallon (gal U.0 x 10 -4 1 Conversion factors for volume To: From: gal U.001 9.48 6.0 5.2778 3.220 0.289 35.388 x 10 -3 1 10 4 10 GWh multiply by: TJ 1 Gcal 4.0 1 3 Cubic foot (ft ) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .0 6.84 x 10 Tonne (t) 1000 1 0. gallon (gal U.6 7 -5 -7 1 947.S.201 1 0.

0008834 0.008713 1 0.07 39875 55.8 Tcf per year PJ per year TWh per year 28.19 37145 Kg 54.79x10 Million tonnes per year 1.2778 1 2.948 Normal cm** 1.81 0.047 0.33 7.41x10 6 Bcm per year 1 0.25 51417 52.47x10 5 0.91x10 8 9.93x10 11.055x10-6 Mtoe per year Mtoe per year 1.360 1 0.299 3.02500 0.35*10 615 1.40 15.22 1360 0.xxviii .520x10 7 1 -8 .002420 0.07x10 9 27.01838 0.09000 20.03698 41.00 37913 33.869 1.7350 0.04808 54.09681 0.132 1 3.9 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 0.16x10 Bcf/d 10.23 36235 39.003180 1.600 MBtu per year 2.1013 0.22 49495 42.46 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* 1 0.740 0.32x10-10 1.06615 2.11 5.1317 0.32 31581 38.5 0.00 11.97x10 0.00 37660 40.30 0.939x10-8 2.03534 40.2 114.04 9.9554 7 1.11 3.626*10 -3 1 *1 Scm = 40 MJ Gross versus net calorific value 1 NCV* = 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 o Metric ton of LNG 7.63 -7 1 3.87 314.25 52363 52.08598 2.02388 3.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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* 40.595 1 0.055 1 cm of LNG Standard cm* 1 2.3650 413.554x10-9 9.7693 (*) based on gas with calorific value of 40 MJ/cm INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 0.638x10-8 1.

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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lebanon Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Malaysia Mexico Moldova.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 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. People's Republic Colombia Congo Congo.xxix 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.

0.. 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 .00 Nil Not applicable Not available Negligible (depending on the number of decimals) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY c: dc: e: confidential data breakdown confidential estimation . 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.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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.xxx .

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resulting in Libyan supplies to Italy being disrupted during several months in 2011. gas-fired plants have been affected by sluggish European power demand and the strong growth of renewables. but quite marginally in Latin America. reaching 3 375 bcm. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . as all data were not available or were provisional at the time of publication of the Medium-Term Gas Market Report 2012. it collapsed in Europe. the Middle East and in Africa. Gas markets grew strongly in Asia. From a regional perspective. gas production increased significantly in OECD Americas. and OECD Asia Oceania. Meanwhile. In OECD Asia Oceania.org. Higher consumption in non-OECD regions was driven by economic growth and increasing needs in both the power and industrial sectors.I. when natural gas demand was growing at 3% per year. World natural gas demand climbed to an estimated 3 361 billion cubic meters (bcm) in 2011.3 NATURAL GAS MARKET REVIEW 2012: OVERVIEW The text below is an extract from the IEA publication “Medium-Term Gas Market Report 2012”1. 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. given the unrest in North Africa and the Middle East. However. which had been predicted in the Medium-Term Gas Market Report 2011. Although attention was very much on oil following the disruption of 1. reaching 130 bcm. notably in the United States. The OECD Americas region benefitted from low gas prices. However. In particular.3% from 2010. while the United States faced an unprecedented surplus of gas in its storage facilities at end-2011. In particular. Russia and Qatar. translating into an annual growth rate of 2%. China’s gas demand increased by 21%.iea. demand mostly originated from Japan. The 93 bcm increase was almost entirely from three countries: the United States. Natural gas demand increased in all regions. some shortages were also observed on the gas side. Jordan. This growth does not quite put natural gas demand back on its pre-crisis track. Global gas supply increased by 3% in 2011. where it plummeted by 9% to levels even lower than in 2009.5 million barrels per day (mb/d) of Libyan oil. European gas production declined sharply by 9. The situation in 2011 was nothing like “business as usual” on the supply side. Global gas supply increased actually faster than demand. can be attributed to a mixture of low economic growth and higher gas prices and was exacerbated by mild weather. as well as increasing difficulties competing against coal-fired plants due to both relatively high gas prices and extremely low CO2 prices. which boosted the share of gas in the power generation and industrial sectors. More information about this publication and how to order this book can be obtained from the IEA website: www. The correction. the repeated bombing of the Arab Gas Pipeline linking Egypt to Israel. additional 1. Please note that the data mentioned in this article may differ from the tables in Natural Gas Information 2012. which in some cases constituted most of their gas supplies. the FSU/Non-OECD Europe and the Middle East. much lower than the 7% recorded in 2010. which were below normal levels in early 2011. Syria and Lebanon deprived these countries of part of their natural gas imports.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . as the country replaced missing nuclear generation partly by gasfired generation. in particular. gas production dropped sharply in Libya and Syria. but more moderately in Latin America and Former Soviet Union (FSU)/Non-OECD Europe. following the earthquake and tsunami and the subsequent incidents at the Fukushima Daichi plant. as additional gas was needed to replenish gas storage facilities in Europe.

continental European spot markets have generally low churn rates and an insufficient number of products that can be traded. In addition to shale gas and tight gas. which is now not only attracting increasing flows of liquefied natural gas (LNG). In the power sector. while Asia still needs to develop a true market price. most European spot markets still lack liquidity. lack of transport infrastructure. reaching 162 bcm. where shale gas continues to boom despite record low gas prices and the reduction in the number of rigs. gas benefits from low gas prices to increase its market share at the expense of coal. half of unconventional gas production consisted actually of tight gas. driven by the price differential between oil-indexed gas and gas traded on hubs and regulatory developments. The global trade balance is visibly shifting to Asia. while CBM is projected to increase markedly in China and Australia. where US shale gas production continues to boom. LNG trade was still increasing faster than global gas demand. Consequently. Meanwhile. Although oil and gas prices are no longer as correlated as before 2009. Global LNG trade increased by 9. which continued to facilitate hub trading. 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. Volumes of natural gas traded on European spot markets increased markedly in 2011. This stability is actually remarkable considering the collapse of European demand and of its import requirements. new shale gas production developments are projected to be somewhat limited over the next five years. In the Middle East. These forecasts for natural gas demand over 2011-17 reflect three significant expected developments: • Gas demand surges in the United States. Turkmenistan’s exports to China more than tripled from 2010 levels following the expansion of the Central Asia Gas Pipeline. Outside this region. The National Balancing Point (NBP) is the only truly liquid spot market. production from these three sources now more than compensates for the decline in US conventional gas production. increasing by around 90 bcm.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Unconventional gas represented 16% of global gas production as of 2011. as Henry Hub (HH) gas prices reached levels below USD 2 per million British thermal units (MBtu) – the lowest prices in a decade. tight gas and coalbed methane (CBM) will be the largest contributors to incremental production. such as pricing. Despite the growing interest in shale gas. but also looks increasingly less plausible. The reason behind this slowdown is that only a single new liquefaction plant came on line in 2011. but additional LNG was still being produced from those started in 2010 and progressively reaching plateau during 2011. tight gas could complement existing conventional gas. reflecting natural gas supply/ demand balances rather than the fundamentals of the oil market. Regional prices are increasingly determined by their respective regional dynamics. 576 bcm higher than today. Other countries with significant shale gas potential face a number of challenges in addition to environmental issues. Despite the increasing LNG volumes available on global markets. Nevertheless. from around USD 7/MBtu in January 2011 to over USD 14/MBtu in March 2012.4 . notably to Japan. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Regional gas prices continued to drift further apart. which represents a significant slowdown compared to the record 21% increase in 2010. but also of pipeline gas. which needed to import more LNG as nuclear generation steadily collapsed in that country following Fukushima. In 2011. The North American gas market is expected to remain disconnected from other regional markets. with the most likely developments taking place in China and Poland. again coming primarily from North America. Africa and Latin America. the United States imported even lower LNG volumes and European LNG imports remained flat. in Qatar. Over the medium term. with the power generation sector being the primary driver contributing to nearly three-quarters of this growth. The bulk of these additional LNG supplies went to the hungry Asian markets. Despite these positive developments. Together.I. Global gas demand is projected to reach 3 937 bcm by 2017. There are still a certain number of . 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 2011.4% to reach 327 bcm in 2011. associated gas from light tight oil plays is also growing in importance. European gas prices continue to be influenced by oil price movements. On the pipeline side. while traded volumes jumped by around a third to 542 bcm – a level higher than total European gas demand. The gap between Japanese LNG prices and HH prices actually widened. Production increases in 2011 came mostly from North America. physical volumes traded on the European continent grew by 8%. upstream competition or the more active presence of a mature service industry. unconventional gas production is expected to continue to expand. Meanwhile. the prospect of a global gas price not only did not materialise.

a trend that is expected to continue over the coming five years. more difficult fields to develop. Middle Eastern demand grows faster than production over the medium term. To reach these levels. whereby gas has to compete against coal. There are 13 LNG projects amounting to 114 bcm/y currently under construction worldwide (or already started in 2012). given low domestic gas prices and in some cases. African and Latin American countries share the potential risk that. Given the gloomy demand perspectives in Europe. there will be increasing interest in the development of the next new promising production centre – the African East coast. but the push towards more gas seems inevitable. Over the coming five years. translating into an annual growth rate of 13% per year. In addition. and 3) the strong growth of renewables. Unlike their US counterparts. especially over the coming few years. More than half the Middle Eastern countries are importing or will import natural gas. While Middle Eastern gas production is projected to grow significantly. 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. either from outside the region through LNG or via pipeline from Egypt. domestic gas supply does not increase sufficiently to meet their potential gas demand. Over the coming years. which are expected to be operational by 2017. there are certain key policy issues regarding pricing and regulation that China is assumed to have tackled. notably the Sabine Pass project. residential gas demand will recover after the very mild 2011. including the amount of switchable capacity. as they represent 43% of the additional production reaching markets during 2011-17. there are still considerable uncertainties. Most will sell gas at oil-indexed prices. as both the new wave of Australian LNG and exports from the United States are projected to come on line. coal contracts. In the absence of a higher CO2 price. including current exporters such as Malaysia and Indonesia. This leaves them with two options. or from the region. A wild card remains the penetration of gas in the transport sector for heavy-duty vehicles. although it has yet to take Final Investment Decisions (FIDs) on the next projects. • China remains the fastest growing market as its gas consumption doubles from 130 bcm in 2011 to 273 bcm in 2017. Middle Eastern. Most of these new projects will not be cheap.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Despite the record low gas prices and number of rigs. the boom of renewable energy sources actually results in declining generation by combustible fuels. 2) high gas prices. the power generation sector is key and gasfired plants need to be more competitive against coal-fired plants. Turkmenistan. The exception. notably in the petrochemical sector and for fertiliser producers. The industrial sector struggles amid prices three to four times higher than in the United States. US gas production growth has been accelerating. i. Many Asian. Corrected from weather conditions. which received authorisation from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in April 2012. Rapidly increasing domestic gas demand also leaves very little room for additional exports from Algeria and Egypt. boosted by the development of light tight oil. new LNG capacity will start in North America. Gas demand increases in all sectors except for use by fertiliser producers. European industrials will not see any benefits of lower gas prices induced by shale gas developments.e. On the production side. while Latin American countries have to import increasing amounts of LNG. the only country able to handle increasing domestic and export demand. In the power generation sector. the FSU/Non-OECD Europe and OECD Americas regions will be the most important providers of additional gas supplies. The US industry takes advantage of low US gas prices. gas-fired plants are projected to struggle. In particular. notably concerning developments in Iraq and Iran. low prices of Powder River Basin's coal. with construction costs anticipated to be twice as high as those for plants which came online over 2009-11. many South Asian countries will become LNG importers. and technology factors. besides fixing their gas policies: either curb gas demand or import (often more expensive) gas. Global LNG trade will slow down considerably over the coming three years before abruptly accelerating again in 2015. which becomes a new competitor for European-based petrochemical and fertiliser industries. This slowdown is due to limited new LNG capacity (25 bcm) starting over 2012-13. putting the United States slightly ahead of Russia in terms of natural gas production in 2017. the country is likely to turn more proactively to other export possibilities. • There is no “Golden Age of Gas” in Europe. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . as gas demand remains below 2010 levels during the whole projection period. namely LNG and Asian markets. Russia is projected to start major projects such as the Yamal Peninsula. notably over the coming two years.I. Russia’s main export market. from Qatar.5 factors limiting the growth of gas within this sector.

two-thirds of which is concentrated in Asia. and in a more limited way. with one plant started in May 2012. in the Middle East and Latin America. as well as the Myanmar to China pipeline. . because its pricing formula is based on HH gas prices.I. only three pipelines are under construction: the second part of the Nord Stream pipeline between Russia and Germany. This makes this gas relatively competitive against oil-indexed gas in Asia. which will increase by one-third to 426 bcm by 2017. This requires in some cases building new interregional transport capacity comprised of both pipeline and LNG regasification terminals. these projects are likely to face many challenges. 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. including higher capital costs and workforce shortages. is the US gas project. four of these projects are first-of-a-kind. Meanwhile. the Central Asia Gas Pipeline between several Caspian countries and China. At present. Indeed. while exports from the Middle East are expected to remain flat. including three CBM-to-LNG projects and a floating LNG plant.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) both in terms of capital costs and indexation. Australia is set to become the new Qatar. seven plants currently under construction and many others close to reaching FID. The next five years will see growing needs to import gas in Asia and Europe. Despite an impressive list of planned LNG liquefaction projects. but also FSU pipeline exports.6 . However. While China appears as a major centre for new imports. over 120 bcm of new regasification capacity is under construction as of early 2012. it remains to be seen which projects will ultimately take FID. unless HH gas prices quadruple. The INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY main suppliers for these needs will be LNG. they are expected to come on line later than announced. notably China and India.

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3 Graph 1 .II.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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 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 0 1973 500 Graph 2 .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.

* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990. 2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.. 7 738 17 049 3 786 13 460 46 271 5 783 635 .II.. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 2 18 700 115 924 2 365 48 474 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 .. 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..4 . 8 046 23 124 4 879 15 407 75 064 6 458 496 .

. . 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.. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . . .. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. 756 079 28 330 12 10 855 657 291 387 41 45 527 20 171 59 951 ..II.. . 866 315 27 200 15 11 252 577 375 263 38 38 341 21 122 61 248 . 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 .. .. 838 918 24 682 17 11 369 650 766 285 36 70 853 21 444 67 422 . 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. 831 182 22 336 15 11 523 635 190 244 15 69 225 21 104 65 018 .. People's Rep. 842 222 28 500 12 10 964 677 010 400 40 54 632 20 294 58 752 .5 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....

2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.II. 292 687 764 857 187 345 587 010 2 501 073 226 591 18 006 . 67 728 105 4 102 377 91 006 1 913 16 884 17 ... 281 495 563 920 143 854 512 808 1 541 697 211 161 23 047 . * OECD Europe and OECD Total include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .6 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 . 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.

.. 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... . 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.. 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.7 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 . ...II... 32 159 832 1 151 571 468 404 966 25 883 446 14 817 1 520 2 059 626 722 203 2 226 055 ... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .. . 33 123 196 1 099 034 586 415 816 22 073 061 9 735 1 444 1 445 465 751 685 2 320 622 . 32 042 085 999 954 663 418 334 24 878 778 9 975 1 349 2 671 175 836 745 2 554 536 . 31 666 742 871 652 585 429 507 24 283 317 9 197 551 2 609 794 823 478 2 463 465 . 28 862 701 1 144 686 469 400 938 25 128 116 14 342 1 558 1 716 372 717 826 2 271 497 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . People's Rep. . .

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..II.8 .. 403 52 19 574 121 362 3 993 8 257 1 279 . 12 179 24 752 3 987 13 270 20 28 098 7 245 1 678 .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. 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. 17 136 41 301 5 049 17 095 289 40 382 8 138 2 001 .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 .

... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 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. 623 294 25 444 463 1 821 3 115 2 100 13 579 465 778 2 328 363 21 398 56 724 46 263 .. . .... .. 674 493 22 973 738 1 665 3 245 2 313 16 002 445 699 2 486 549 21 608 66 814 53 514 . 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.. 761 847 20 155 766 1 700 3 615 2 242 16 083 445 444 2 482 662 21 487 66 998 51 673 . People's Rep. 679 712 26 550 465 1 583 3 350 2 100 14 394 474 306 2 400 380 25 000 56 442 46 500 ... . . 680 464 22 064 656 1 528 2 727 2 036 13 257 426 376 1 752 445 18 601 50 622 46 931 .II.9 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 . 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. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . China China..

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 ... 16 611 2 032 763 132 4 342 764 153 710 327 676 47 490 17 . 2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.10 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 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. * OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990. 429 892 824 984 151 422 505 590 707 936 190 254 622 60 895 . 604 858 1 379 449 194 081 651 333 10 170 1 345 499 275 184 72 626 ..II..

China China. .II. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ... 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 . .. 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.... 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 . .. 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 . . . 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.. People's 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.. 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 ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .11 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 .. .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 1 937 6 698 917 805 3 8 491 1 901 132 . 1 393 2 650 168 .. * OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990. 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. Power Generation includes electricity and heat sold. 2 538 12 945 1 366 1 251 55 13 085 1 324 156 .12 .II..

.. China China. People's Rep. 340 896 1 478 506 1 019 1 494 1 427 5 181 260 482 776 309 7 087 25 356 16 372 ..II.. 343 558 3 362 447 956 1 350 1 431 3 618 248 516 587 262 7 556 16 325 16 075 . ... . Power Generation includes electricity and heat sold. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . ... . 407 035 2 344 482 1 079 1 591 1 395 5 300 255 188 732 308 6 501 26 725 15 666 . 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..13 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 .. 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. 345 575 2 170 427 1 005 1 362 1 496 4 643 258 156 628 285 7 604 26 347 14 927 .. 320 333 1 921 383 1 167 1 738 1 450 3 504 270 851 804 241 8 654 19 258 16 299 ..

14 . Power Generation includes electricity and heat sold.. 68 375 223 262 34 815 30 668 96 282 902 66 791 4 755 . 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. 1.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 . 53 624 105 181 6 254 . * OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990.II.. 89 568 432 358 52 538 47 650 1 926 435 971 44 756 5 672 ..

.. Power Generation includes electricity and heat sold. People's Rep. China China.. .... .. . 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 . . 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 .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .. 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 . 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. 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.. .15 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 . 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...NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 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 . 13 226 071 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 .II.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 .16 .....II. * OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990. 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 . 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. 417 53 889 . 2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries. 5 334 6 755 207 33 20 1 462 1 043 29 648 3 258 3 258 1 620 8 335 911 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

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. . .E. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .II. 1 410 3 952 450 1 732 3 488 2 100 3 145 2 000 320 44 037 675 .. - - 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... 1 200 2 155 641 1 743 2 737 2 035 2 006 8 125 1 584 407 37 307 843 .. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. 1 680 6 382 751 1 645 3 720 2 244 4 851 7 288 2 232 647 50 087 1 317 . - - - 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... 1 122 3 513 451 1 125 3 106 2 095 2 279 4 257 1 968 322 35 969 674 . . People's Rep...A.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 . . of Iran Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Syrian Arab Republic U. China - - - 2 746 3 177 3 085 3 834 3 053 China. 1 295 6 198 721 1 368 3 125 2 314 4 432 7 781 2 201 513 52 584 1 053 . ....

... 17 195 2 028 35 027 .II. * OECD Europe and OECD Total include Slovenia and Estonia from 1990.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 . 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. 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 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..18 . 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 . 2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.

. ... .. of Iran Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Syrian Arab Republic U.. - - 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. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .E.. China - - - 104 350 120 712 117 233 145 689 116 014 China.. 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 .A. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 58 656 154 207 17 559 64 683 129 792 71 093 116 569 74 084 12 160 1 683 535 25 575 . 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 . . 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.. .. 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 . .II..19 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 .. 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.. 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 .

. .. 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 .. . * OECD Europe and OECD Total include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .. 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 . 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 . People's Rep.II. .. 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 . of Iran Iraq Oman Qatar UAE Yemen Middle East Brunei Darussalam Indonesia Malaysia Myanmar Vietnam Other Asia China.. 2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries.. 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. .... 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 ..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. 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 .

* OECD Europe and OECD Total include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. 2011 data are provisional for the OECD and are estimates for the Non-OECD countries. .. 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 . .21 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.. 8 164 477 241 672 18 288 243 105 7 172 216 909 668 214 544 162 .. 9 969 153 204 825 26 027 243 406 7 342 290 1 856 562 195 566 835 . 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. of Iran Iraq Oman Qatar UAE Yemen Middle East Brunei Darussalam Indonesia Malaysia Myanmar Vietnam Other Asia China.. 9 129 325 266 272 8 613 230 452 7 481 611 1 091 604 522 414 ...NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. . . ..II. ... 12 604 873 71 003 28 565 303 248 7 210 955 1 799 728 156 555 498 . 10 240 140 228 449 30 407 258 345 6 328 479 744 226 178 574 393 .. People's Rep.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY - - - 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 .II.22 .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . FSU Nigeria - - Uzbekistan Malaysia - - Turkmenistan Libya - Russian Federation Islamic Rep.II. E.23 Table 11: Natural gas imports into OECD countries by origin (continued) 2008 Qatar Trinidad and Tobago U. - - - - - - - - 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 - 5 - 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. 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . A.

of Iran Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Syrian Arab Rep. U.A. People's Rep.24 . 2. Puerto Rico Uruguay Venezuela Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia and Herz. Total imports include intra FSU trade. 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 .II.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 12: Natural gas imports into non-OECD countries by origin 2008 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Bolivia China Egypt Equatorial Guinea Indonesia Islamic Rep.E. China Chinese Taipei 77 India 160 80 530 Malaysia Singapore Thailand Other Asia 1 Total Non-OECD 2 3 944 80 3 793 1. Argentina Argentina Brazil Dominican Rep. China. 3 784 167 Hong Kong. of Iran Malaysia Myanmar Russian Federation 1 Serbia Tajikistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Ghana Morocco 511 Tunisia 2 508 South Africa Other Africa Islamic Rep. Detailed data by import origin are not available.

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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

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

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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

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

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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

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

II.30 - NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition)

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

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - II.31

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

-

-

6

-

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

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY

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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

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) - II.33

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

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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II.38 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 .

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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .II. - - - - - - - - 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 - 5 - 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. E.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . A.39 Table 19: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries (continued) 2008 Qatar Trinidad and Tobago U.

E. U. China Chinese Taipei India Malaysia Singapore Thailand Other Asia 1 Total Non-OECD 2 3 019 1. Puerto Rico Uruguay Venezuela Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia and Herz.A. Argentina Argentina Brazil Dominican Rep. 2. China.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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.40 . 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 .II. Total imports include intra FSU trade. of Iran Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Syrian Arab Rep. Hong Kong. Detailed data by import origin are not available. People's Rep.

41 Table 20: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries (continued) 2008 Russian Federation Turkmenistan Uzbekistan Oth.A.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . E. A. of Iran 3 149 Jordan Kuwait Lebanon 1 852 Oman 140 Syrian Arab Rep.E. China. People's Rep. U. 15 400 U. 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. 2. 3 177 Hong Kong. Detailed data by import origin are not available. 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. China Chinese Taipei India 4 869 Malaysia 8 770 Singapore 10 137 Thailand Other Asia 1 85 2 186 602 Total Non-OECD INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .II. Trinidad and Tobago Qatar Peru Oman Nigeria Million cubic metres Origins: Importing countries 921 Argentina 11 154 Brazil Dominican Rep. Total imports include intra FSU trade.

II.42 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 - - INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 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 .

FSU Nigeria - - Uzbekistan Malaysia - - Turkmenistan Libya - Russian Federation Islamic Rep. E. A. 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . - - - - - - - - 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.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .43 Table 21: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries (continued) 2009 Qatar Trinidad and Tobago U.II.

44 . Total imports include intra FSU trade. Hong Kong. China. of Iran Malaysia Myanmar Russian Federation 1 Serbia Tajikistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Ghana Morocco 583 Tunisia 2 016 South Africa Other Africa Islamic Rep.A. of Iran Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Syrian Arab Rep. U.II. People's Rep. 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.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 22: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Bolivia China Egypt Equatorial Guinea Indonesia Islamic Rep.E. 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 . 2.

E.A. U. 2. Trinidad and Tobago Qatar Peru Oman Nigeria Million cubic metres Origins: Importing countries 1 701 Argentina 8 022 Brazil Dominican Rep. 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. Puerto Rico 71 Uruguay 1 800 Venezuela 1 743 Armenia Azerbaijan 17 617 Belarus 234 Bosnia and Herz. of Iran 3 579 Jordan Kuwait 50 Lebanon 1 634 Oman 910 Syrian Arab Rep. People's Rep. 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. 17 250 U. 3 085 Hong Kong. China.E. China Chinese Taipei India 5 393 Malaysia 8 153 Singapore 9 553 Thailand Other Asia 1 96 2 156 323 Total Non-OECD INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .II. Total imports include intra FSU trade.45 Table 22: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries (continued) 2009 Russian Federation Turkmenistan Uzbekistan Oth.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . A. Detailed data by import origin are not available.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 - - INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 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 .46 .II.

E. 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .II.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .47 Table 23: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries (continued) 2010 Qatar Trinidad and Tobago U. FSU Nigeria - - Uzbekistan Malaysia - - Turkmenistan Libya - Russian Federation Islamic Rep. - - - - - - - - 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 - - 6 - 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. A.

People's Rep. Detailed data by import origin are not available.II.E. of Iran Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Syrian Arab Rep. of Iran Malaysia Myanmar Russian Federation 1 Serbia Tajikistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Ghana Morocco 623 Tunisia 1 934 South Africa Other Africa Islamic Rep. Argentina Argentina Brazil Dominican Rep. U. Puerto Rico Uruguay Venezuela Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia and Herz. China. China Chinese Taipei India Malaysia Singapore Thailand Other Asia 1 Total Non-OECD 2 2 557 1.A. Hong Kong. Total imports include intra FSU trade.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 24: Natural gas pipeline imports into Non-OECD countries 2010 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Bolivia China Egypt Equatorial Guinea Indonesia Islamic Rep. 2.48 . 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 .

A. E. 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. A. Total imports include intra FSU trade. Detailed data by import origin are not available. Puerto Rico 79 Uruguay 2 180 Venezuela 1 691 Armenia Azerbaijan 21 570 Belarus 245 Bosnia and Herz. 2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . of Iran 2 635 Jordan Kuwait 254 Lebanon 2 070 Oman 690 Syrian Arab Rep. 3 550 China. U.II. 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 17 410 U. 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. People's Rep.49 Table 24: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries (continued) 2010 Russian Federation Turkmenistan Uzbekistan Oth.E. Trinidad and Tobago Qatar Peru Oman Nigeria Million cubic metres Origins: Importing countries 1 800 Argentina 9 745 Brazil Dominican Rep.

50 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 - - 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 .II.

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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .51 Table 25: Natural gas pipeline imports into OECD countries (continued) 2011 Qatar Trinidad and Tobago U.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .II. A. FSU Nigeria - - Uzbekistan Malaysia - - Turkmenistan Libya - Russian Federation Islamic Rep. - - - - - - - - 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. E.

China.II. China Chinese Taipei India Malaysia Singapore Thailand Other Asia 1 Total Non-OECD 2 1. of Iran Malaysia Myanmar Russian Federation 1 Serbia Tajikistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Ghana Morocco Tunisia South Africa Other Africa Islamic Rep. Hong Kong. Detailed data by import origin are not available.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 26: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries 2011 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Bolivia China Egypt Equatorial Guinea Indonesia Islamic Rep. People's Rep. 2. 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 . Total imports include intra FSU trade. Argentina Argentina Brazil Dominican Rep.52 . of Iran Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Oman Syrian Arab Rep. Puerto Rico Uruguay Venezuela Armenia Azerbaijan Belarus Bosnia and Herz.E. U.A.

of Iran 817 Jordan Kuwait 150 Lebanon 2 000 Oman 200 Syrian Arab Rep. 14 300 China.A. 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. 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. 2.53 Table 26: Natural gas pipeline imports into non-OECD countries (continued) 2011 Russian Federation Turkmenistan Uzbekistan Oth. 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.II. China Chinese Taipei India 8 500 Malaysia 9 179 Singapore 11 240 Thailand Other Asia 1 100 2 191 030 Total Non-OECD INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Detailed data by import origin are not available. 3 053 Hong Kong. E. A.E.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Total imports include intra FSU trade. People's Rep. U. 17 500 U.

54 . 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 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. 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.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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.II. France Greece India Italy Japan Korea Mexico Portugal Puerto Rico Spain Turkey United Kingdom United States Total 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

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 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 246 845 Total INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 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.A.E.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .55 Table 27: World LNG imports by origin (continued) Total Imports Non Specified Yemen U.II. 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 Total 2011 Argentina Belgium Brazil Canada Chile China Chinese Taipei Dominican Rep. 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.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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.II. France Greece India Italy Japan Korea Kuwait Mexico Norway Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Spain Turkey United Kingdom United States Total INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .56 .

57 Table 27: World LNG imports by origin (continued) Total Imports Non Specified Yemen U. France Greece India Italy Japan Korea Kuwait Mexico Norway Poland Portugal Puerto Rico Spain Turkey United Kingdom United States Total 2011 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 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.A.II.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .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.

3 13.8 11.4 6.2 6 16 22 480 690 1170 3 6 9 Dominican Republic Punta Caucedo 4.3 7.1 3.9 2 2 4 138 129 267 1 1 2 Canada Canaport 17.6 16.9 0.8 4.8 3.7 8.8 27.0 155 334 489 1 3 4 China Dalian 7.4 0.2 - 126 1 France Fos-Cavaou Fos-sur-Mer Montoir-de-Bretagne Total 14.0 26.1 4 12 11 27 330 150 360 840 3 3 3 9 Greece Revithoussa 8.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 28: World LNG terminals 1.0 30.7 15.4 0.0 2.2 27.8 5.2 15.4 9.3 9.9 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 25.4 409.3 9.7 3.0 6.4 6.2 10.8 3 320 2 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 6.1 4.4 11.II.2 10.3 9.3 14.9 22.1 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Number of vaporizers .6 4.8 1.6 0.6 4.6 0.5 6.2 0.4 34.7 55.2 19.3 26.0 18.7 17.4 17.6 5.6 25.9 3.6 7.3 7.4 2 160 1 Dubai Jebel Ali 5.3 2.8 19 5 24 592 320 912 4 2 6 Italy Panigaglia Rovigo Total 5.7 5.7 1.2 4.0 19.7 1.1 3.5 2.6 9.2 40.9 4.3 12.6 16.8 15.1 4.5 23.2 13.5 11.0 10.7 19.0 3 3 6.6 8 160 3 Chile Mejillones Quintero Total 3.4 6.1 14.7 15.5 3.3 5.5 11 380 4 Brazil Guanabara Bay Pecém Total 8.58 .4 12.0 8.9 6.1 16.6 5.7 13.9 15.0 43.8 10.1 10.6 2.4 9.3 0.5 8.2 9.6 10.7 2.1 252.7 6 6 12 151 151 302 1 1 2 Belgium Zeebrugge 15. 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 7.9 5.4 16.6 2.9 44.7 2.3 6 130 2 India Dahej Hazira Total 21.4 1.3 7.4 3.2 0.9 4.2 3.4 5.4 9.1 1.1 10.2 2.3 17.

8 20.9 18.0 103.9 43.9 16.1 18.0 81.6 174.5 12.3 6.4 11.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .6 20.9 82.0 10.9 - 320 2 Aliaga/Izmir Marmara Ereglisi Total 10.2 63.7 17.3 10.9 53.7 2.3 19.2 4.9 6.3 20.0 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 7.9 87.7 28.4 13.II.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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .8 30.5 - 150 1 7.3 20.4 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 11.4 - 540 3 8.0 7.0 7.8 10.6 Mina Al Ahmadi 12.0 5 240 2 6.9 5 7 12 280 255 535 2 3 5 United Kingdom Dragon Isle of Grain South Hook Teesside Total 10.6 31.9 124.3 6.0 2 160 1 29.4 12.3 12.7 30.7 5 6 11 300 320 620 2 2 4 9.3 33.1 Altamira Costa Azul Total 12.59 Table 28: World LNG terminals (continued) 1.4 Netherlands Gate LNG 15.9 6.3 Portugal Sines 13.5 36.8 9.4 17.0 20.7 6. 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 3.6 22.2 6.9 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 26.9 21.4 50.4 49.2 15.1 35.9 70.5 3.7 19.3 8.0 11.9 284.2 7.1 4.3 12.6 18.7 7.5 12.6 4.4 4.2 16.6 202.

0 53.5 30.5 5.8 16.3 26.9 9.2 5.3 0.9 3 4 2 9 390 6 390 6 Nigeria Bonny Island 48.3 170.1 2 280 2 615 377 100 9208 88 World Total Source: International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Number of trains .6 3 240 2 Peru Peru LNG 9.3 12.4 104.0 69.2 6 6 3 15 300 300 308 908 3 3 5 11 Australia Darwin Withnell Bay Total 7.5 11.E.8 4 96 2 Malaysia Bintulu MLNG 1 Bintulu MLNG 2 Bintulu MLNG 3 Total 17.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 28: World LNG terminals (continued) 2.9 4.0 29.0 80.5 36.6 15.5 49.6 22.9 1 5 6 188 325 513 1 5 6 Brunei Lumut 15.4 6.3 47.8 76.5 4 520 4 U.9 42.7 14.1 17.9 20. 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 18.0 6.7 3 4 7 14 340 1 160 840 2 340 4 8 6 18 Russia Sakhalin II 21.A.8 9.1 15.2 32.4 49.1 13.3 26.2 10. Das Island 1 12.8 9.6 1 2 3 300 280 580 2 2 4 Equatorial Guinea Bioko Island 8.3 43.II.8 6.0 2 200 2 Trinidad & Tobago Point Fortin 33.6 9.8 1 250 2 Oman Qalhat 23.8 5 195 3 Egypt Damietta Idku Total 11.6 3 240 3 USA Kenai 3.4 7.4 20.0 12.0 1 272 2 Indonesia Blang Lancang Arun Bontang Badak Tangguh Total 10.5 6 337 4 Norway Hammerfest 9.1 1.1 16.9 42.1 1 260 2 Qatar Ras Laffan 1 Ras Laffan 2 Ras Laffan 3 Total 21.1 10.60 .7 11.0 2 16 2 20 509 630 340 1 479 4 6 2 12 Libya Marsa-el-Brega 1.8 4.9 27.6 6.9 1 108 3 Yemen Balhaf 14.

3 13.5 28.9 12.7 19.7 5.0 6.II.8 3.0 28.1 9.0 5.3 5.5 22.0 3.1 Country Name Type Austria Puchkirchen Schönkirchen 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 4.0 Czech Republic Dolní Dunajovice Háje Lobodice Štramberk Třanovice Tvrdonice Uhřice 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 12.2 Croatia Okoli Depleted gas field 550 5.3 253. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .7 France Céré-la-Ronde (Centre) Chémery (Centre) Soings-en-Sologne (Centre) Beynes profond (IdF Sud) Beynes supérieur (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 5.1 22.61 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. Halle Berlin Bernburg Bierwang b.8 12.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .6 1.0 7.7 9. München Breitbrunn/Eggestätt 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 1.0 45.8 1.7 Germany Allmenhausen bei Mühlausen/Th.2 37.0 Bulgaria Chiren Depleted gas field 509 4.0 Denmark Lille Torup Stenlille Total Salt cavity Aquifer 429 584 1 013 12.0 7.1 7.5 Source: National Administrations.6 58.0 24.7 16.5 23. Bad Lauschstädt b.5 5.0 16.0 3.0 6. except Austria where data is from OMV and RAG.6 4.8 14.1 26. Halle Bad Lauschstädt b.2 85.0 7.

0 3.0 Ireland Kinsale Depleted gas field 230 2.4 3.4 57.Rönne Kirchheiligen bei Mühlausen/Th.0 30 35 17 1070 220 110 4200 350 36 30 150 200 135 750 365 187 20693 5. Aquifer Depleted gas field Depleted gas field Salt cavity Hungary Hajdúszoboszló Kardoskút Pusztaederics Szőreg 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 11. München Staßfurt Stockstadt b. Leer Peckensen Reckrod Rehden b.6 8. Hannover Epe Epe (Nuon) Epe (Essent Energie) Epe (E. Diepholz Reitbrook b.0 3.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 3.0 6.0 20.6 69.d.4 36. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .0 12.0 9.0 14. Darmstadt Harsefeld b.0 1. München 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.2 9.6 Source: National Administrations. Worms Fronhofen Hähnlein b.2 8. Oldenburg Empelde b.1 31.Lesum (EPMG) Buchholz b.1 3. Emden Lehrte/Hannover Neuenhuntorf Nüttermoor b.2 2. Heidelberg Schmidhausen b.0 28.0 5.0 5. Bad Bentheim Kiel .6 Country Name Type Germany (ctd) Bremen . Darmstadt Uelsen Wolfersberg b.II.4 3.0 2.0 1.0 2.ON) Epe (Thyssengas) Eschenfelden bei Nürnberg Etzel b.7 518.6 6. Stade Huntorf i.0 6.2 2.0 79.8 2.West bei Rosenheim Kalle b.0 2.Lesum (swb Netze) Bremen .0 12.0 1. Wesermarsch Inzenham .9 25.62 .9 2.4 7. Hamburg Rüdersdorf Sandhausen b. Wilhelmshaven Frankenthal b.8 5.0 11.0 7. Kraak Krummhörn b.0 21. Postdam Burggraf-Bernsdorf bei Naumburg Dötlingen b.0 1.

0 55.4 5.9 18.2 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 31.0 25.7 6.7 61.0 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 36.5 13.0 2.2 SNGN RomGaz SC Depomures Total Depleted gas field Depleted gas field 2748 300 3048 27.1 48.3 18.0 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 3.5 Portugal Romania Serbia Slovak Republic Spain Source: National Administrations.4 Carriço Salt cavity 181 7.II.8 12.2 Banatski Dvor Depleted field 475 5.0 30.0 1.0 177.0 0.1 53.0 4.0 Lab Depleted gas field 2875 35.0 292. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .63 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 8.9 0.8 22.5 1.0 55.7 43.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .8 39.2 3.0 Gaviota Serrablo Total Depleted field Depleted field 1546 820 2 366 5.

II.0 92 984 1790.0 16.0 2.0 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 35.75 1.0 20.0 7.0 6. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 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 .64 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 29: World gas storage capacity (continued) Storage: Europe (continued) end 2011 Working capacity (mcm) Peak output (mcm/day) 8.0 121.3 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.0 43.0 Country Name Type Sweden Skallen Line rock cavern Turkey Değirmenköy Kuzey Marmara Total Depleted gas field Depleted gas field 407 2254 2 661 4.

.II.....World LNG Terminals) New Zealand Ahuroa Field.0 20.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) ... Taranaki Depleted gas field High pressure Maui and Vector pipelines used as storage buffer for operational contingencies. . 70 33 Depleted gas/oil field Salt cavern 31 679 8 619 . 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 . .1 Producing Total 43 331 37 Aquifer Depleted gas/oil field Salt cavern . 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 ..0 . Perth Basin Moomba.0 4... Source: National Administrations.Colinville Moosomin Oil City Oil Springs East Payne Pointe-du-Lac Prud'Homme Regina North Rosedale Saint-Flavien Seckerton Sombra South Kimball . Storage: Pacific Country Name Type Australia Mondarra Field.. . 10 313 105 731 8 834 . ..65 Table 29: World gas storage capacity (continued) Storage: North America (continued) end 2011 Country Name Canada (ctd) Ladysmith Landis Mandaumin Melville Mid Kimball .World LNG Terminals) Korea Storage at LNG Terminals (see Table 28 . 5.... Cooper Basin Newstead.2 6. ** Data as of end 2007 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Working Capacity (mcm) Peak Output (mcm/day) 127 623 234 308 17 1 309 5.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . . Surat Basin Iona Field.2 434 1.

.. 132 10 292 3 759 215 37 1 52 10 600 3 849 215 37 1 48 5.11 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 950 25 076 8 016 285 479 5 715 100 30 245 6 090 31..24 585 11 4 127 37 351 1 113 48 329 1 723 1 717 .26 4.02 .31 2 762 116 2 059 4 704 1 753 98 339 6 924 1 726 98 490 7 712 0.03 .60 15 302 ..92 0. 0.05 1..05 .35 1.02 9 641 437 .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 ..03 0.07 0.69 1.66 0.45 13.60 17.05 . 34 10 026 788 271 21 7 28 5.11 OECD Americas Australia Israel Japan Korea New Zealand 9 488 2 294 1 35 . .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 32.01 . 32 ... 0.. 0.04 0..01 0. 0. 950 25 201 8 016 285 488 5 715 100 30 245 6 090 62 422 92 3 142 34 000 6 1 784 .90 0.. 116 9 114 3 113 198 21 . .. 0. 0.18 4.48 5 076 4 211 4 016 2... 500 .05 1. 0. 0.28 * Comparison of proven reserves.14 0.95 0.67 1.25 Middle East 43 055 79 160 79 920 40.91 .69 0. 0..03 0.02 0. 55 000 19 455 2 5 25 595 40 62 012 19 638 2 5 24 109 40 62 242 9. 0.08 .48 12. .. 480 6 428 5 170 200 396 5 335 127 34 297 5 793 62 679 92 3 158 33 090 6 1 784 .13 OECD Europe End 1990 End 2010 End 2011 % World Total 2011 6 013 5 099 4 888 2.79 .13 0.97 .. 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. ...06 0...14 Total OECD Albania Bulgaria Croatia Romania Serbia Former Soviet Union 17 963 19 7 .. . 45 280 16 691 1 6 25 63 48 61 264 15 157 1 6 25 63 48 61 264 8. . 133 .12 3. . 0..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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...59 .38 1.68 15.14 0.. 0..06 0. 0.68 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 ..57 37 478 75 826 75 507 40.01 0.02 0. 0.26 .44 4.02 0..76 0.01 0...11 0. .07 0.87 0. .24 2..05 0.. 0.. .04 .15 3..02 31.04 ..66 .36 0..II. 6 481 2.. .09 .03 32..05 0. .26 3... 6 520 4 150 15 3 97 11 80 1 9 25 62 1 312 2 685 88 13 .73 4.95 0.02 0.. ...02 0.27 0.

21 1. 0..02 0.. 117 114 127 3 112 . 300 699 0.. 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 .. . 6 ..42 * Comparison of proven reserves.20 2. 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 0.62 .37 10 023 12 613 12 836 6. 6 56 86 118 90 ..22 0..22 0.22 0.... 0.... 110 73 99 1 351 .05 .29 0..17 ..05 .20 .08 48.03 .05 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ..07 0. 2 473 . .10 0.. 110 . 0...14 0. 0.63 1...04 .03 . 345 408 5 062 379 0 281 417 134 71 8 . . 1 217 2 .. 2 190 121 28 27 27 1 468 ..01 0.89 4 680 7 502 7 544 4.04 0.. 28 1 127 62 5 289 57 . .. ..67 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.15 0.11 0.07 0. 6 .40 0. 6 50 85 116 85 . 353 381 5 521 359 2 434 417 163 12 7 .01 0.. 0.03 . 0.07 0.04 0. 1 309 2 .19 0..16 . .72 0.01 0.. Africa 9 771 14 566 14 506 7. 28 1 127 62 5 107 57 . . 2 210 125 28 28 27 1 495 .18 0. 0..08 . 153 124 16 . ...62 2..40 0.02 0..59 0..15 0..18 0.05 0...18 .16 0.97 15 302 16 691 15 157 53 815 94 286 95 027 46 822 90 876 90 781 48.15 1..17 0.69 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 .18 0. 1 65 . 0.75 . 1.03 2.02 141 922 196 058 196 990 100.26 0.. 200 252 2 991 379 0 750 366 113 71 8 . .04 0. .00 118 807 188 120 187 471 100..06 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .17 643 . 0. 312 192 50 184 391 3 028 6 1 153 3 992 2 349 283 753 155 98 . . 0.. 3 246 51 .05 0. 0.95 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. 75 70 5 110 57 10 6 12 85 37 65 11 2.02 0. 0.....03 . 185 124 203 ..21 0.36 8 070 14 651 14 416 7.03 0.08 0. 110 77 100 1 396 37 25 11 ..00 17 963 19 455 19 638 9..52 7 864 12 044 13 441 7.80 764 ..50 1.80 .. 0. 353 401 5 520 0.02 . 0. 85 7 65 14 4 500 310 1 135 91 28 1 2 185 37 25 28 23 1 494 ..40 0. 155 127 18 .01 0. 338 451 3 530 379 2 417 358 153 14 7 ....08 0... . 25 14 . 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 . .55 0..01 0..20 2. 353 381 5 521 0. 4 500 310 1 135 91 28 1 2 185 37 25 28 23 1 547 ..13 1.. 85 7 65 14 2. .25 0....04 2. .11 .. 4 504 310 .II. 3 65 147 3 400 57 .. 75 70 5 110 57 10 6 12 86 37 65 11 4 504 310 .04 0..06 0... 1..24 8.02 .

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Biofuels & Waste.4 Finland - - - 100.5 OECD Americas 38.3 107.1 9. .6 55.0 9. 2.5 66.1 New Zealand Belgium Czech Republic 0.1 33.7 90.9 Mexico 58.7 0.0 1.7 10.5 45.6 27.1 Poland 0.7 Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom OECD Europe 2 IEA Total OECD Total 2 - - - 100.5 5.9 2.1 France 4.7 17.8 7..1 194.7 - 0.3 Hungary Italy Luxembourg - - - 100.5 15.4 25.8 29.8 8.7 United States 36.5 - 11.7 13.1 14.7 34.0 11.6 44.3 2.8 21.8 8.6 68.5 69.1 22.7 31.3 1045. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .7 12. 1.0 3.6 75.4 96.9 0.4 10.1 - 54.9 35.4 7.8 32.0 66.3 3.3 10.0 29.9 27..8 0.8 15.7 44.3 - 0.0 0.3 23.9 20.5 11.9 67.2 5.8 20.5 7.7 34.5 Israel 99.0 4. Solar.9 56.8 21..9 25..0 9.1 1.7 Iceland - - - 100.1 636.4 17.9 14.7 6.0 13.3 49.0 15.1 - 83.0 57.3 65.7 34.0 59.0 - 0.0 90.2 6.1 171.5 45.0 5.7 8.8 40.3 9.III.6 28.0 0.9 3228.5 26.7 14.2 40.1 0.1 5. .5 7. Source: Energy Balances of OECD countries.0 31..3 95.5 23. Other: Nuclear.2 Denmark Greece - - 72.1 99.8 19.1 60.2 0.7 47.7 33. .4 65.2 57.6 43.7 5.7 12.4 60.8 60.3 10.9 31.5 90.4 5.6 0.3 20.8 267.0 59.0 4.4 26.0 8.9 5.8 1.2 0.0 12. 0.5 14.2 7.1 37.0 - - - 100.1 6.6 98.4 Ireland - - 4.0 34.4 87.9 8.4 4.0 0.6 1.1 25.6 13.5 5.2 34.4 13.9 13.4 47.3 0. .2 0.6 77.0 Netherlands 2.4 28.5 11.8 94.4 Chile 35.4 37.3 18.8 29.4 1.4 3.8 14.2 44.9 Germany 4.9 16.6 - 3.5 0.0 24.2 16.7 15.0 0.5 0..9 28.3 111.9 90.5 1.6 12.3 24.4 3.9 1.3 157.0 108.9 19.5 27.0 - 100.7 5. .3 0.5 5.2 273. - - 89.8 186.2 61.2 3.9 10.0 55.2 15.3 15.9 2398. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.2 22. Geothermal.0 10.3 3441.5 32.2 26.0 17.3 78.5 93.5 56.4 0.9 13.8 18.0 85.8 31.4 4.5 25.3 0.4 12.6 119.4 Japan 2..6 Korea - - 98.8 6.6 6.7 1652.1 Estonia .1 - 0.1 11.3 3.8 29.4 - - 3.5 114.3 9.4 198.1 21. .9 9.4 1. .9 1456.0 18.3 Table 1: Share of natural gas in OECD energy production 1973 1990 Other 1 Oil Gas Coal % % % % Production Oil Gas Coal Other 1 Production Mtoe % % % % Mtoe Canada 48.2 40.2 7.9 37.7 20. Hydro.8 4.5 OECD Asia Oceania 23.0 96.7 5.6 2128.2 2.3 103.5 20.0 100.4 7.1 0.7 25.7 33.0 0.5 3.5 5.8 8. .9 - - 9.0 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .5 - 0.5 2.1 3.3 1706.1 2457..3 Austria 33.7 1.6 82.2 - 3.9 28.2 9.6 19.6 - - 0.8 63.0 6.3 .0 34.7 28.9 14..7 4.5 22.7 2.1 69.5 4.5 22.7 38.1 29.4 32.5 Norway 18.2 15.7 63.8 Australia 29.9 2.9 29.9 - - - 100.3 32.4 24.8 - - 33.6 3.9 7.5 31.7 47.7 2.2 25..9 98.7 7.5 0.5 88.1 2.1 - 33.7 34.5 6.5 - - - 100.5 Totals may not add up due to rounding.2 3.8 208.0 1.5 77.

4 - 16.0 12.5 15.2 10. Other: Nuclear.3 1048.0 29.6 135.8 17.5 21.2 0.8 18.3 68.4 2.4 92.6 16.2 23.3 - 96.6 1.0 0.7 29.9 0.7 9.7 - 0.4 16.5 Hungary 9.1 45.5 25.6 16.9 20.6 5.2 67.1 Italy Luxembourg - - - 100.4 422.4 1.5 2.6 - 77.0 - 0.9 11.3 United Kingdom 43.0 33.8 19.2 8.5 11.2 14.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 1 % Production Oil Gas Coal Other 1 Production Mtoe % % % % Mtoe 41.5 20.8 73.8 OECD Europe 2 18.8 136.0 Finland 0.1 95.0 - 15.5 19.8 9.1 6.7 205.8 2.2 81.1 24.3 26.5 23.0 0.4 16.0 1.4 9.1 98.7 148.8 2.4 Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland - - - 100.5 3.5 82.III.6 11.1 4.1 12.2 32.0 23.4 21.4 19.6 2437.4 14.5 2.8 23.8 3.8 227.6 13.8 7.0 Ireland - 15.5 33.3 0.2 Germany 2.8 17.9 0.4 8.8 29.5 47.9 55.7 Japan 0.7 3.2 - - 99. 1.4 .0 1.2 3.1 69.0 5.6 7.0 96.4 0.8 35.4 90.1 196.8 Turkey Totals may not add up due to rounding.2 11.6 - - - 100.2 25.1 7.3 46.3 17.0 0.8 41.0 33.2 - - 99.8 3865.0 31.8 18.1 27.9 85.4 34.1 - - - 100.9 2.6 0.8 42.4 9.2 1.6 3610.6 11.2 17.7 408.1 51.7 30. Source: Energy Balances of OECD countries.9 - - 80.6 - - 95.8 Iceland - - - 100.9 14.3 125.6 81.6 34.9 1.5 28.3 0.5 13.1 0.1 129.4 308.1 5.6 25.1 31.4 34.6 24.4 1724.7 69.4 70.5 Korea 1.7 76.5 21.1 0.5 0.3 8.8 Australia 7.2 21.1 25. Geothermal.1 8.8 4.2 82.5 0.3 22.0 5.9 - 6.0 31.7 1006.1 80.6 8.7 United States 20.0 76.4 226.4 0.4 6.2 59.6 16.2 - - - 100.1 31.3 0.5 31.5 - 15.7 23.3 Israel 0.1 22.6 5.8 4.8 0.9 69.0 5.2 6.6 24.8 397.8 53.0 5.8 27.1 74. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.1 28.2 23.7 3. Hydro. 2.2 7.2 68.1 98.0 26.1 45.6 1.9 1792.4 10.7 131.5 16.5 Greece 1.4 - - - 100. Solar.0 8.0 31.4 36.6 - - - 100.5 - - 98.9 18.8 0.8 2.5 2.8 2357.9 47.2 85.6 33.3 310.4 55.0 43.5 15.5 - 7.2 18.7 Belgium 4.7 54.5 29.4 55.0 7.1 Poland 1.3 53.8 9.2 55.2 44.2 31.1 77.8 3.9 9.5 Estonia - - 78.9 90.7 3626.1 Netherlands 2.3 6.7 1.8 3879.7 89.8 21.9 2.8 18.5 0.2 29.8 Czech Republic 0.9 473.8 30.2 32.7 12.7 20.6 6.9 0.9 28.4 1.6 10.2 36.3 26.4 0.3 33.5 31.8 20. Biofuels & Waste.0 New Zealand Denmark France 0.5 6.2 0.1 75.3 18.3 2.9 25.1 0.8 1.3 3.0 71.5 45.1 - - - 100.1 19.1 2.3 16.1 13.0 4.9 17.1 18.8 18.5 65.2 31.7 - 91.0 Austria 8.1 6.4 56.5 7.7 14.8 64.5 8.0 16.7 53.5 - - - 100.0 1.5 Norway 48.1 95.6 42.8 0.2 58.1 IEA Total OECD Total 2 20.5 64.9 2.3 26.2 OECD Americas 28.3 0.0 18.0 OECD Asia Oceania 5.6 - 78.1 42.4 24. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .3 34.

.2 17.0 2.5 46.3 0.5 15.4 16.8 77.7 18.8 53.1 22.4 24.0 46.8 5.0 18.5 20.0 Italy 75.9 16.1 18.9 44.0 10.8 27.4 37.2 Switzerland 76.2 19.6 9.4 7.1 Portugal 74.7 Spain 72.6 24. .8 23.6 7.7 - 17. Other: Nuclear.4 21.4 32.0 OECD Americas 47.8 17.7 0.6 41.4 46.1 46.5 14. 29.6 5.6 25..2 33.4 0.9 14.4 8.1 27.6 1915. .9 Finland 63.8 Belgium 60.1 10.1 4.1 40.3 62.6 18.4 Netherlands 49.2 5.0 33.9 54.5 35.0 1729.1 27.6 6.5 18.5 16.7 Slovak Republic 34.5 Japan 77.6 5.4 21.4 18.6 18.5 Totals may not add up due to rounding.7 14.6 10.9 39.6 18.9 28.3 Czech Republic 19..9 5.9 1.3 92.6 28.8 1.5 2. .9 30.0 3.7 36.5 21.6 0.2 16.0 6.2 351.8 14.9 OECD Europe 2 53.5 218.9 50. 30.6 2.1 Ireland 76.0 25.5 119.9 OECD Asia Oceania 72.6 40.4 28.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .4 1.0 48.7 76.5 11.4 1.8 20.3 4356.4 44.1 Sweden 71.6 10..7 414.5 IEA Total OECD Total 2 52.8 28.2 Chile 58.6 50.4 18.4 22.6 33.8 122. Source: Energy Balances of OECD countries.5 208.9 24.6 8.4 15.0 5.5 6.4 27.8 3670.9 26.7 1.8 30.5 6.6 146.2 4.1 56.4 6.6 30.6 23.8 52.8 6.5 41.2 14.3 3.7 14.5 5.9 6.8 TPES Oil Gas Coal Other 1 TPES Mtoe % % % % Mtoe 159.8 56.5 United States 47.4 Hungary 38.5 19.3 49.2 24.3 Turkey 51.4 2.7 180.8 14.4 40.3 58.4 1950.7 47.9 2.0 35.1 15.5 21.7 1.1 37.8 12.8 16.4 9.6 18.4 Estonia .6 41.7 24.3 38.5 6.4 18.0 10.9 24.9 39.0 10.1 36.9 27.5 41..2 Israel 99.0 44.7 5.4 10. Geothermal.III.1 Greece 76.6 17.7 22.6 13.0 41.6 63.1 86.4 France 66..0 - 12.3 29.2 17.4 17.9 24.1 2.0 Poland 11.5 16.4 0.8 36.3 18.3 29.0 31.2 - 8.0 3. 2.4 5.3 1.6 90.5 Table 2: Share of natural gas in OECD energy consumption 1973 1990 Other 1 Oil Gas Coal % % % % Canada 49.1 New Zealand 52. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .1 21.8 - 4.9 21.6 6.8 11.7 8.8 11.3 -0.1 23.0 10.1 12.3 Slovenia .9 12.1 9.0 4.4 44..0 1619.4 334.7 320.2 15..9 - 3.9 63.0 52.5 10.2 15.8 30.5 439.1 17.3 36.7 3.8 - 6.8 5.3 Korea 61.2 103.9 57.3 9.0 37.2 4522.8 62. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.6 Denmark 88.9 16.5 11.9 2.0 7.1 21.5 53.9 21.3 9.6 - 0.0 38.2 52.9 11.0 27.9 Germany 47.0 4.5 8.4 57. Hydro.0 0.1 65.9 223..0 Austria 56.8 19.9 12..7 Norway 52.2 21.8 Iceland 51.5 35.8 20.0 -0.7 18. .7 21.8 18.3 19.7 21.5 28.3 7.0 3. .1 0.4 8.5 22.1 37.5 7.9 15.1 51.0 Australia 46.1 1375.4 40.7 10.3 78.2 45.6 16.2 11.6 37.9 13.2 2. .2 9.4 43.4 4.2 21.2 Mexico 61.6 Luxembourg 36.4 16.4 9.0 3740.6 37.1 17.2 1.3 - 7.9 21.6 65.1 29.2 93.8 United Kingdom 49.5 24.0 21.2 10.1 48.6 19.3 13.1 67.0 13.6 0.5 643. Biofuels & Waste.8 3.4 0.6 4.8 - 37. Solar.5 2.3 205.4 12. .2 8.1 21.4 6.1 48.7 26.9 6.6 15.6 9.5 21.7 2260.0 -0.9 - 16.9 22.7 34.3 - 21.0 21.7 80. 1.4 15.9 4.8 51.9 22..

9 25.4 170.2 2.3 10.2 60.5 37.7 15.8 32.8 257.5 Hungary 25.5 9.3 Japan 40.5 35.2 14.5 34.1 2202.6 29.6 251.1 51.1 Luxembourg 57.5 25.0 OECD Asia Oceania 38.9 36.9 24.2 39.5 0.8 17.6 124.4 5.4 Mexico 54.1 7.9 327.8 - 1.0 29.2 26.0 19.8 16.3 France 29.2 11.8 26. Source: Energy Balances of OECD countries.3 40.9 27.7 187.5 27.5 2677.9 19.9 Slovenia 35.0 36.0 262.6 22.2 24.2 Netherlands 37. Biofuels & Waste.8 41.4 30.9 19.3 24. Geothermal.0 16.3 24.5 5.6 21.2 3.0 24.9 1816.8 5305.3 24.2 Estonia 9.5 912.5 11.1 10.5 23.4 5.3 13.8 10.0 24.4 24.0 20.8 2678.8 23.7 Ireland 48.9 19.0 8.9 Denmark 17.1 17.4 14.5 38.6 49.3 27.9 31.2 39.2 8.8 45.9 Czech Republic 20.1 27.2 65.9 18.6 38.2 5.3 114.0 Totals may not add up due to rounding.7 32.2 14.6 7.5 12.7 27. 1.3 23.0 20.6 Portugal 49.6 24.9 8.0 22.7 28.7 77.5 458.5 19.6 18.6 50.7 47.7 36.2 83.0 36.1 Slovak Republic 19.0 11.5 32.0 12.1 2.8 10.5 44.3 30.4 34.7 307.7 32.9 4.0 32.6 1748.9 47.2 18. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .3 20.8 34.1 - 1.2 31.2 Spain 45.7 496.9 30.5 Turkey 28.1 21.8 10.9 40.1 72.7 877.0 8.6 13.1 54.7 9.5 14.1 17.2 32.2 25.0 Chile 48.7 251.5 44.3 23.6 178.0 9.2 16.2 42. 2.6 Belgium 40.5 0.2 60.2 Australia 32.5 Finland 25.3 33.1 16.3 10.9 15.6 24.3 17.4 25.1 16.1 6.0 19.2 32.8 22.5 16.4 47.7 27.9 IEA Total OECD Total 2 35.5 Italy 38.9 29.5 23.1 9.8 12.6 16.2 4.1 Korea 38.3 14.2 36.8 35.5 84.1 9.3 30.1 69.3 35.6 37.9 17.4 14.1 29.4 66.1 21.1 Iceland 15.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 2: Share of natural gas in OECD energy consumption (continued) 2010 Oil Gas Coal % % % 2011e Other 1 % TPES Oil Gas Coal Other 1 TPES Mtoe % % % % Mtoe Canada 34.8 23.8 19.2 20.3 4.0 OECD Europe 2 33.2 United Kingdom 31. Hydro.4 14.2 16.7 10.4 12.3 31.5 16.0 United States 36.2 29.5 11.6 28.0 33. Other: Nuclear.8 101.1 127.7 25.5 20.0 19.2 19.5 26.9 51.6 25.3 12.5 54.2 2.9 30.2 16.7 40.3 10.0 30.3 3.8 54.2 35.1 34.7 6.3 1. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.9 Austria 36.6 16.7 82.9 2216.4 20.9 Poland 25.5 24.6 256.0 10.0 37.5 19.1 5042.0 40.0 15.8 29.2 11.4 17.7 32.9 28.0 13.8 25.5 Norway 39.6 54.8 Israel 44.0 21.1 32.7 165.8 36.6 .3 25.4 Germany 32.9 20.8 10.7 51.7 44.1 55.9 48.5 10.2 20.3 7.2 19.1 19.7 9.5 25.3 4.6 26.9 26.1 250.3 24.1 4.3 26.6 5.2 41.1 20.0 8.1 102.5 26.9 20.5 26.8 21.4 16.4 Switzerland 39.1 18.3 30.9 1.6 9. Solar.9 5.0 32.2 30.3 5.9 Sweden 27.5 25.5 38.8 23.2 119.6 9.4 19.0 25.7 7.1 21.3 41.1 49.1 22.7 26.6 47.2 12.6 5155.III.1 125.5 7.0 4.3 34.4 38.6 27.6 48.1 7.6 9.2 10.2 11.2 18.3 22.4 6.7 7.3 9.0 16.3 10.0 9.5 29.7 33.5 18.5 25.1 14.0 21.2 Greece 50.6 New Zealand 33.3 2.8 40.7 202.2 37.1 22.8 14.7 OECD Americas 37.5 23.0 105.4 33.3 24.6 8.8 19.8 23.6 29.7 25.5 47.8 4.4 23.3 5405.3 21.5 4.2 21.6 42.1 189.3 10.

7 564.1 263.1 149.1 1050.1 2421.8 1772.5 187.4 56. prior to 1991 for Hungary.0 80.4 1199.9 13..4 2208.6 2245.1 10.3 122.4 269.5 15732.1 2394.1 258.7 1365.2 1044.9 376.0 125.8 107.3 874.7 6779.6 189.8 115.5 1017.0 15279.9 Ireland 37.5 319.6 69.1 17322.9 117.1 62.5 203.0 698.1 387.0 6787.1 6589.0 36401.9 4578.8 327.2 202.4 Belgium 170. .6 118.3 Luxembourg 9.9 205.4 437.8 1228.1 38099.0 Portugal 67. and prior to 1992 for the Slovak Republic are IEA Secretariat estimates based on GDP growth rates from the World Bank.3 9312.4 13097.8 Switzerland 231.5 29.6 1054.6 2352.4 2994.4 822.4 82.9 314.8 319.2 42.3 137.1 171.9 332.7 3794.4 119.6 164.8 118.3 18. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.0 260.4 91.2 467.1 1485.7 402.6 68.3 156.6 167.0 360.8 25.5 39.5 2176.8 4699.3 41.3 333.7 75.3 853.6 187.8 918.8 3034.4 27.9 15060.5 New Zealand 49.1 16.9 Netherlands 269.4 235.4 400.1 18.7 5635.6 13.9 OECD Europe2 6354.1 344.1 Slovak Republic 1 23.0 127.7 1182.9 400.5 15.2 41.3 1834.6 1856.3 17.6 15579.7 362.6 13144.1 73.6 2771.3 141.9 400.9 57.9 1217.2 12635.6 535.2 215.7 321.5 920.3 6762.9 399.4 4403.6 252.0 147. prior to 1990 for the Czech Republic and Poland.4 834.7 7962.4 193.6 316.5 40.7 2337.5 140.9 14805.3 2962.9 1233.8 1911.7 Table 3: OECD gross domestic product (billion 2005 US dollars) 1971 1973 1978 1990 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011e 397.4 270.1 1491.1 243.2 2223.4 51.3 211.0 13243.4 41.1 693.6 4544.6 535.8 1734.3 327.5 391.4 368.5 252.5 121.8 277.1 Iceland 4.1 399.7 147.7 448.3 891.8 399.6 151.0 39.2 226.6 42. .0 956.5 134.4 199.7 86.4 90.5 19.2 155.4 543.5 279.8 686. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .1 131.1 4871.0 1765. .7 Estonia .8 930.8 10650.3 547.9 407.8 161.8 6756.7 188.1 16.8 214.0 871.0 Spain 401.9 40.8 15721.2 193.8 201.7 114. 24.5 15458.9 102.0 Finland 73.9 38.3 7961.6 148.8 1667.2 13017.4 1203.4 313.3 934.7 37887.9 517..0 955.3 156.4 7.7 81.3 Turkey 115.8 129.5 319.9 1191.8 108.8 296.3 111.3 2237.0 415.0 Austria 127.8 398.2 Canada Chile Mexico Australia OECD Asia Oceania Czech Republic 1 Denmark France 942.2 OECD Total 2 13431..3 60.6 1166.4 29.4 673.0 215.0 15360.9 140.5 10.8 749.2 337.4 196.4 24706.6 7052.0 6490..2 34.1 408.2 218.0 147.1 .7 1181.1 313.8 411.3 61.1 Norway 98.4 51.7 540.9 11.8 56.8 190.3 261.3 42.7 246.1 15105.5 2840.2 1058.7 685.9 138.III.4 225.3 Israel 31.3 216.2 199. Source: OECD National Accounts.4 451.8 5..9 2945.5 70.2 United States 4359.0 1.6 268.. .0 5644.4 134.7 30.5 958.0 197.3 84.5 15764.3 37.9 109.3 37494.5 292. 2.6 60.0 87.5 893.7 135.0 OECD Americas 5038.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .0 100.1 43.9 256.6 57.0 54.9 136.1 4754.7 Poland 1 136.9 Germany Greece Hungary 1 Italy 802.3 612.3 730.0 251.7 419.2 151.5 37884.2 Slovenia United Kingdom 954.9 1190.3 Korea 66.7 144.3 396.3 203.4 180.4 2289.8 2239.0 156.9 Japan 1631.0 2216. GDP data prior to 1986 for Chile. 10.3 4743.2 1451.9 15.2 382.9 2039.8 259.1 15384.3 2363.0 1220.2 Sweden 176.7 1126.4 16.8 1623.

6 110.8 50.8 67..6 102..0 98.6 65. 67.9 Germany 59. .4 Czech Republic .7 Norway 29.9 119.. .0 106.9 104.3 98.3 107.9 114.6 104.4 82.8 94.5 Spain 43..8 New Zealand .8 99.4 Korea . Australia .9 96..6 85.7 102. .9 119. ..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 41.7 51.6 77. .0 France 59.7 100..8 Finland 29.0 89.7 88.8 113.. .6 96.1 83. .6 130.5 96.4 71.7 115..5 103... 86.2 101.9 107.1 119. 12.7 68.. .6 110.5 90.6 108.9 107. .4 72.1 77.5 105.1 41.2 79. . . .9 87.7 58.9 Japan 45.6 92.6 33.6 39. .5 103.0 . 116.6 115.0 103.3 97.8 73. 54.7 101.7 82. .9 71.9 Italy Luxembourg 45.2 104. .3 88.8 115.4 92.1 102. .6 105.4 101.. 107.6 OECD Total1 .1 93.8 117.9 79.2 102.1 105.7 54.5 82. . ..1 107.. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.III. .4 46..7 1.5 51.9 122.0 OECD Asia Oceania . . ..0 101.6 112.8 Turkey United Kingdom 69.9 63.2 105.8 124.0 98.2 148. .0 83.9 118.4 87.9 78..5 86.1 119..7 33.7 Iceland .7 99... .9 64.. . .9 114.0 89.8 114.5 Netherlands 58.5 113.1 55..9 111...6 59.9 93. .1 65.7 113. .6 73..0 107...2 72.7 104.5 94.5 101.4 143. 61.4 Greece 43.2 86. . .5 89.8 53.3 116.9 Estonia . .5 114.8 34.2 61.4 United States Israel .2 153.6 64.5 94.3 98.5 97.5 42.3 88. ..2 99.7 54. .0 97..1 90.9 107.8 37.1 101.2 105.4 126.1 121.5 106..7 70.. ..8 Denmark ..5 .9 107..8 121.5 118. .. .1 83..4 66.3 Belgium 47. 52..9 103.2 100. 51.6 100..0 134. .7 68.0 85.9 90...3 88. .3 136.6 87.6 107. 57.2 .1 96.5 97. .4 109.3 58.9 74.4 91.4 99.6 . ..0 114. .3 103.....7 94. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .1 55.3 88.6 56.4 93.1 106.. 113. .2 96.6 109.. Source: OECD Main Economic Indicators.2 59. . Ireland ..2 23.3 122.1 117. . .9 89..6 42. ..3 OECD Europe1 50.4 65.8 47. Austria 32. .0 79.5 125. .7 101...2 115.9 116.3 118.1 110.8 119.1 143.4 56.8 81.6 94.0 114.5 101..2 103.5 89.1 .5 85..7 37.3 80..5 107.1 101. 89. .0 108.1 OECD Americas .7 113. .6 Hungary .8 92...6 102.. . 51..2 118..9 93.3 Sweden 46.7 100.9 90.2 47.8 116.7 97...4 78.6 110.7 Poland ..6 90.8 89..8 110. .8 90. 55.8 87.3 127..7 74. .3 105.7 139. 47..6 Switzerland 58.0 84..8 83. .7 119.. 31... ...2 57.0 65..3 104.1 92.8 .9 103. 57.7 123.7 71.8 91.8 105.1 Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia .1 52..3 98. .

033 0.025 0.020 0.016 0.023 0.049 0.034 0.005 0..003 0.002 0.027 OECD Total2 0.021 0.006 .003 0.018 0.082 0.034 0.034 Finland .008 0.032 0.031 0.017 0.025 0. .001 0.023 0. Sources: OECD National Accounts.039 0. .024 0.043 0.022 0.073 0...037 0.023 0. 0.024 0..035 Czech Republic 0.022 0.056 0.007 0.002 0.. 0.018 0.042 0.035 0.023 0.003 0.023 0.068 0.008 0.056 0.050 0.083 0.027 0.000 0.035 0.022 0.025 Netherlands Hungary 0.012 0.001 0.036 Israel 0.021 Greece .033 0.091 0.012 0.049 0.067 0.019 0.033 0.031 0.032 Mexico 0. .020 0. . .9 Table 5: OECD natural gas supply per unit of GDP1 1971 1973 1978 1990 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011e Canada 0..033 0.041 0.121 0.049 Norway .III.023 0.036 Luxembourg 0.040 0.022 0.. .025 0.005 0.056 0.044 0.002 0..007 0.012 0.018 0.001 0.033 0.078 0.042 0.032 0.098 0.042 0.057 0..030 OECD Europe2 0.027 0.015 0.028 0..009 0. 0.016 France 0.017 0.022 0..023 0. . .037 0.000 0.077 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .055 0.021 0.007 0.003 0.020 0.030 0.093 0.002 0.. Measured in toe per $1000 of GDP at 2005 prices and exchange rates. . .047 0.021 0.029 0.022 0.019 0.020 Italy 0.089 0.026 0.071 Chile 0.085 0. ..027 0.056 0. 0.041 0.011 0. 2.036 0.061 0. 0..083 0.004 0..020 0.002 0. .035 0.038 0.059 United States 0.055 0.053 0.018 0.013 0..056 0.007 0. .039 0.046 Australia 0.033 0.065 0.029 0.036 0.017 0.002 0.018 0. ..018 0.049 0. ..015 0.024 .074 .024 0.060 Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom 0. 0.102 0.074 0. 0.050 0.027 0.023 0.014 0.019 0.017 0.041 0.021 0.052 0..027 Austria 0..007 0.001 0. .034 0.022 0.028 0.044 0.022 0.029 0. .027 0. ..005 0.056 0..042 0.028 0.049 0.026 0.028 0.015 0.016 0.016 0.039 0. . .019 0.024 0.022 Korea New Zealand .035 0..007 0.016 0.058 0.016 Germany 0.119 0.064 0.022 0.030 0.018 0. .013 0.018 0..051 0.026 0.014 0.032 .026 0.010 0.033 0.039 0.049 0.030 0.096 0.026 0.022 0..023 0.023 Belgium 0.014 0.042 0.105 0.047 0.106 0.023 0..045 0. ..019 Poland 0.010 0.007 0.065 0.017 0.015 0. . 0.050 0. ..024 0.031 0.038 0. Ireland . .012 0..037 0.019 0.002 0.029 0.015 0. 0..029 0. Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.012 0.019 0.100 0.001 0.068 0.084 Iceland .015 0. 0.021 0.021 0.076 0.030 0.051 0.029 0.013 0.032 0.024 Japan 0. ..002 0.023 0.010 0.146 0.014 0...037 0. . .048 Denmark .003 0.033 0.034 0.030 0.035 1.019 0.004 0.034 0.015 0.040 0..014 0.037 0.078 0.. Energy Balances of OECD Countries.090 0. 0..003 0. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ...098 0.019 0.. .047 0.043 OECD Americas 0.044 0.111 0..045 0.040 0.021 0.056 0.028 0.035 0.038 0..014 Estonia .021 0.085 0.028 OECD Asia Oceania 0.019 0.026 0.070 0.

.733 0.628 . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Includes Estonia and Slovenia from 1990 onwards.253 0.364 1.407 0. ..389 1. .364 0.. . .981 0.034 1.006 0.059 Luxembourg 0.360 2.359 0.628 France 0.829 0..858 Austria 0.955 0..981 1.859 0..090 0.274 1.000 0.107 0. 0. . Sources: OECD National Accounts.293 0. .457 0.087 0.264 1.400 1.922 0..770 0.359 0.574 0.572 0.103 0.364 2.049 0.031 2.047 0. .171 0.126 0.614 1.701 1.438 0.378 Finland . .334 2.809 0.850 0.693 0.696 0.935 0.014 0.201 0.064 1.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) Table 6: OECD natural gas supply per capita1 1971 1973 1978 1990 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011e Canada 1. . 0.519 United States 2.685 Denmark .460 0.392 2.261 0.305 Czech Republic 0.287 0. .558 1. 0.677 0..705 0.419 0.344 1.792 1.392 0.419 1.027 0.215 0.301 0.032 0.492 0.019 1.791 0. . .. .435 0..452 1.034 0.328 0.596 0.231 0.976 2.868 0.186 0.771 OECD Asia Oceania 0.390 0.335 0.357 0.650 0. 0.400 0.434 0.453 0. .125 1.117 0.346 0.938 Iceland ..528 Japan 0.417 0.316 0. .890 1. .010 0.626 0.633 0.795 1.763 0.068 1.420 0.171 1.708 0..013 0..234 0..741 0. .840 0.797 0.345 0.675 0..448 2.004 Netherlands Hungary 1.148 0.235 0.431 0..399 0...870 0.045 0.121 2...054 0.023 0. .379 0.349 2.680 0. 0.683 0.405 1.489 2.187 0.447 0.654 0.034 0.107 2.916 0.683 0.825 1.725 0.375 1.741 1.330 0.345 0.656 0.124 OECD Europe2 0.656 0.336 .704 0.293 0.498 Portugal Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom 0. .959 1. .428 1.165 0..238 2.207 0.263 0.274 Mexico 0.342 0.797 0.064 1..124 2.848 .734 0.424 0.048 1.534 0.052 0.898 0.336 0.771 0.312 0. .337 0.756 0.543 Germany 0..069 1.123 0.447 0.176 0.675 0..248 0.236 0.314 0. Ireland .652 0.III.657 0.343 .074 1.402 0.224 Poland 0.655 0.803 0...599 0.687 1.065 0.657 1..816 0.520 0. 0.116 2.304 2..416 0.174 0.913 0.019 1..695 0.425 0.009 0.058 0.785 Greece .860 1..240 2.960 0. Toe per capita. Energy Balances of OECD Countries.095 0.397 0.013 0.296 0.162 1.324 2.842 0. . 0.943 0.578 0.421 0.061 2.061 1. .894 0.10 .171 0.452 0.240 0.752 1.428 2.196 0.788 Korea New Zealand ..521 Australia 0..161 1.903 Italy 0.382 0.721 0.363 0.390 Israel 0.927 1.643 0.354 0.067 0.136 0.433 0. .641 0.136 0.650 0.286 0.439 0.775 1.622 0.087 0. .137 1.744 0.797 1.052 0.547 Chile 0..826 OECD Americas 1.043 Norway .603 0.761 OECD Total2 0. 0.285 0.475 1.047 1.197 0..260 0.851 0.032 0.766 0.127 0. 0..932 0. 0.473 1.100 0.212 1..410 1.155 0..928 Belgium 0.007 0.000 0.819 1.254 1.466 1.174 1.064 0.488 0.133 0..715 0.669 Estonia .422 0.385 1.387 0.861 1.506 0.052 0..934 0.623 1.037 0.603 0. 2.512 2. . 0.979 0.702 0.

00 30.11 0.3 0.25 2.2 21.30 30.59 8.07 3.1 4.23 0.25 (t CO2 / capita) 17.0 x Share in total OECD TPES Sources: IEA.71 114.13 2.73 72.23 0.48 69.2 0.51 2.44 0.0 x NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 Edition) .95 10.12 2.1 13.15 15.80 51.66 10.9 24.79 11.36 15.31 0.88 483.80 17.78 17.65 9.52 266.17 29.12 10.80 0.6 1.0 23.61 11.4 100.77 3.58 0.43 536.64 27.39 9.19 0.27 14.01 22. * Other includes industrial wastes and non-renewable municipal wastes.2 22.33 0.75 2.24 1.7 4.25 1011.12 0.24 32.9 4.8 0.1 0.73 4.30 2.41 215.2 9. 2012).60 2.45 0.10 0.40 1.5 0.70 2.1 3.24 3050.15 66.82 10.55 8.87 28.6 45.3 0.73 45.53 2.5 0.45 23.65 66.61 50.00 8.24 496.13 202.40 95.09 5.5 24.50 0.5 16.47 62.00 15.34 2.0 28.25 5.1 0.63 1. 2012) and CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion (Paris: OECD.3 1.06 398.54 Total % Gas in total energyrelated CO2 emissions (%) 17.83 265.53 1089.94 157.22 9.2 4.45 0.6 0.11 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .III.29 17.92 44.3 2.26 0.5 0.45 0.25 0.60 5.36 2.0 14.97 11.1 2.0 0.93 7.77 0.16 171.79 8.21 0.84 60.9 6.26 0.18 1.08 10.27 0.15 35.98 1.03 18.95 7.5 3.02 5.25 0.32 47.86 39.75 117.45 7.34 106.65 10.00 25.21 0.05 1.24 0.34 32.61 119.0 95.1 3.08 10.66 68.93 6.29 Energyrelated CO2/population (%) 2.7 31.31 10.84 30.1 0.01 2.3 0.89 6.2 4.05 1.98 32.86 12440.00 184.18 14.4 0.00 3.18 27.76 38.6 0.43 18. Emissions from the combustion of biomass-derived fuels are not included in accordance with the IPCC greenhouse gas inventory methodology.21 3.12 0. 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) 124.9 43.28 26.79 2116.2 95.95 1.64 8.26 7.4 1.73 33.44 90.29 497.91 187.5 0.7 22.52 178.32 1.91 170.1 0.67 1282.47 1143.71 7.65 7.16 0.51 2216.9 0.12 0.81 761.97 2.36 7.63 11849.9 6.5 2.07 563.3 0.94 31.62 25.84 0.4 0.72 4076.97 2.27 0.32 268.29 0.41 0.7 41.72 9.30 2.9 0.5 0.67 2.07 2.78 15.0 26.3 0.58 84.31 2.21 100.93 22.1 0.4 3.27 9.15 0.32 5155.19 0.94 10.7 48.8 26.51 72.58 4181.98 3.36 2.2 25.82 0.45 101.08 193.21 127.4 0.02 1940.49 11.21 105.1 9.10 48.80 0.52 9.68 Table 7 : Key Energy and CO2 Emissions Data for OECD Countries (2010) Share in total OECD energy-related CO2 emissions (%) 3.2 0.85 11.10 7.28 Energy-related CO2 emissions from from from Oil Gas Other* (Million tonnes CO2) 117.199.41 0.93 52.57 36.27 3659.33 0.3 36.11 163.9 39.74 51.64 (t CO2 / toe) 3.86 251.02 18.81 0.33 3.79 0.14 0.1 9.64 90.52 20.37 14.96 0.29 1508.46 0.11 19.9 26.01 4.5 27.0 27.6 0.45 0.9 6.73 5.04 29.5 18. Energy Balances of OECD Countries (Paris: OECD.23 178.3 0.81 7.4 0.20 32.23 6.77 42.32 1.38 1.33 0.62 33.26 306.5 1.13 Energyrelated CO2/TPES Energyrelated CO2/GDP (kg CO2/ 2005 US$) 0.44 3.39 0.5 0.99 4.07 4769.66 211.5 33.10 2.25 2.18 5108.32 7.40 22.40 14.53 0.57 123.1 0.74 0.48 43.25 0.76 207.17 73.82 5. Note: Energy-related CO2 emissions are calculated using the Tier 1 IPCC Sectoral Approach.00 23.27 186.11 83.43 4.39 0.91 0.3 100.1 15.63 69.37 0.63 3.93 1.97 11.61 416.3 0.70 1.9 12.48 13.92 19.1 2.19 5.45 261.92 357.3 27.04 8.1 7.6 1.4 0.4 0.55 0.7 0.40 262.00 0.31 0.29 38.56 0.05 171.48 47.96 2903.17 305.38 276.01 from Coal 383.89 8.5 40.17 0.04 8.7 0.77 5405.54 0.4 2.67 5.00 19.45 4.53 6.9 30.15 7.35 0.3 14.15 100.83 3.00 65.52 5368.39 2.28 48.8 16.17 254.87 1714.94 3.9 3.01 7.29 327.51 28.34 2.73 1.4 0.3 0.23 0.35 2.48 5.47 0.00 0.07 5.78 73.1 3.05 1.54 17.92 38.69 2.6 0.37 27.90 2.81 425.30 2.43 95.57 43.81 17.6 8.3 29.9 0.85 250.42 2.82 17.

45 11..63 12.84 8.63 5.68 9.66 9.81 9. 8.45 11. 7.01 10.13 8.37 7.18 .68 10.00 5.83 5.04 7. .87 9.57 8.63 9.83 15.28 11.71 10.41 6.85 11.99 12.34 8.87 12.25 10.36 12. .27 9.20 13.11 11. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time series.93 8.61 7. .10 8.91 8. .33 10.31 4. 6.20 11.72 10.60 11. .66 7..04 7.38 8. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .15 7.25 7. .49 9.68 10...03 13..56 9.26 11.50 7.07 7.82 12.83 9. ..91 10.21 7. .39 13. .04 10...31 7.49 10. ..55 7.09 12.39 ..23 7. .64 10.86 7.72 10..01 5.21 7.00 10.26 8.17 11..52 10.31 10.68 10.25 10.43 6. .90 11.54 8.84 10.07 6.10 10.70 12.86 7. .05 8.22 8. .48 5.. ..34 8.80 12. Source: Eurostat Intra. 9.99 9. 6.25 7.87 7..67 8.73 9.25 12.47 8.97 8. .51 9.. . 8..83 12.28 9.37 6.17 9.14 8. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.57 9. .12 11..39 8. Prior to January 2005.59 8.04 15. .84 7. .48 5.56 12.39 . .81 12.36 10..08 11.28 12.10 8.73 7.71 10..94 .68 12..12 10..20 11. import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in kilograms.27 7.88 7.50 7.23 13. For the European Union..54 8. ..39 10.50 8.56 7.79 14.88 10..28 12.05 10..79 3.65 4..59 10.75 6. .37 4.10 11..91 8.94 11.89 8. These are then converted to national currency/Mbtu... .99 6.23 13.08 6.85 9..33 9.31 11. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available. converted by IEA into US$/MBtu.09 11.47 8.79 6.90 9. .81 11.51 9. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.38 8.14 11.75 11. .40 5.16 13.05 10.57 8. .64 3.77 12.62 11.25 10. .20 8. . 4.. Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 9.53 6. .. 8... . .71 12.32 7.13 10..32 10.12 3. . .82 7. . . .80 11.14 4.70 13.17 10.25 11. .00 9.30 8.07 13. .84 9.27 ..05 8.61 9.30 7.71 6..74 11. 8..94 9.59 9.74 11.59 8.89 12.16 7.. .81 .82 8. .89 9.58 12.54 12.05 11..29 9..07 7.93 9.25 11..35 9.. .97 8.10 8.74 8. 10..69 7.40 5.14 4. .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 4.72 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 10.02 11. which are then converted to national currency/MBtu..56 6..39 6.11 14.36 7.45 .13 8.90 13.88 6.36 7.19 6.14 10.77 11.15 12.16 12.21 6....19 11.17 4.55 9.26 10.78 10. .56 9.22 14.02 9.03 12.28 11.04 8.03 4.05 8. .67 ..32 9.18 9. .39 .83 9..30 11.26 14.. 7..37 9.87 11. .47 8.88 6. . .08 10.14 .59 12.51 11. .18 13. 1.64 9. .68 7.76 7.21 7. . For more information.82 8.66 12.72 7.33 8.27 8.22 7.26 10.13 9..34 9.67 11.12 .74 9.00 12.66 10. 13.47 10.34 11.73 5.52 6.84 8.41 8.71 10. . .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 .38 10.52 11.80 13.05 9..83 4.62 8.54 8.10 10.05 9..46 12.32 8.72 10.08 8.74 11.95 9.91 8.06 11.. 9. .10 9.81 12.94 8.61 10.31 4..33 5. . .31 10.74 8.33 11.44 5.00 12.05 5.37 4.93 12. .76 9... calculated average prices may not be comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics.. ..94 10..66 10.50 10.89 8..50 12..02 6. .III.42 6.and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.25 11...84 6.99 10.69 10.79 7.33 7.58 8.16 12.35 .60 7. ..50 9.28 9..96 9.28 10.. .29 6. .29 13.16 13. .76 9.68 11.62 8.42 13.70 Origin 1 1 1 1 Italy Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.29 10.34 5.71 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 .31 9.43 5.82 8.60 12.08 .10 8.99 10.56 8... . .02 10.17 11. .42 11.93 12.62 9.36 10.02 9.45 9.92 10. ...47 8.61 4. .36 3. .08 10..45 8..41 7..99 11. ..70 4..62 7.32 12.16 8.58 8.90 7. .39 4.44 10.56 11..73 10.40 14.84 11.18 10.83 8..65 10.. . .07 12.09 10.90 8.20 8.97 11. .89 11.89 10..73 8.38 7.33 11.97 9. .38 10.73 10..51 7.50 4.68 11. .77 6.83 11. .52 7.34 12.17 15.48 10.15 9.50 13.U. .55 9. From January 2005 onwards.85 8. ..76 11.34 10.20 10.86 7.39 9.64 11.07 11.63 13..36 4.79 9.25 10.. member states' natural gas import prices.92 14.90 11...97 10. .47 10.40 9.58 2.90 11..99 11.42 9.58 9.40 5.19 6.94 9. ...72 11.85 10.66 10.04 11.73 5.. the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules. please consult Sources and Notes.97 5.43 8.85 10.27 10..60 8.44 9.58 13.71 7.84 6..16 11.02 13.63 7.02 9.24 8.80 10. ..32 7.66 10.61 10.66 8.21 10.

11.49 7.53 13.00 4..31 7..54 4.93 11.03 7. .47 11.86 12.. .78 9.41 13. please consult Sources and Notes.69 10.75 3.12 7. .14 12. .96 8.84 7.41 11.47 7.64 6.02 .81 7.50 8.58 10.62 8.30 11.84 7.16 8.88 6. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.68 10.43 7. .81 13.00 7. .48 6..52 9..92 . .57 10.56 6.68 6.30 7.32 6.34 4.62 9.62 10.86 11.63 7.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .13 6.36 7..92 7.33 ..75 8.95 7.33 10.77 10. . .68 10..18 7.22 8.80 11.36 7.53 12.70 10. member states' natural gas import prices.84 14.41 9.66 6. ..53 11.54 7.60 10.90 7.19 7. .. 11.46 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 .20 7..56 7.92 9.. . .11 5.40 6.50 13.. .53 8.85 7.71 12.07 7.09 12. .46 8.61 6. .27 .30 8. .08 12.78 8.61 8.55 9.56 7....25 6. . 6.10 6. .86 3.23 3.76 7.59 7...40 11.84 11.66 9.. 7...89 13. 7.81 3.45 7. .67 6.26 12.55 11. .45 7.84 8.20 5.36 8.09 7.19 5.00 6..39 6. .76 . .37 9..42 9.12 12. . .05 8.77 10.68 10.97 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 ..63 7..16 6.47 4.29 7.86 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.93 7.93 5..42 8.80 10.03 7.47 7.17 7.95 8. 12.15 12.33 6.20 11. 11.02 6.53 8.69 12.42 12.and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.43 7.30 7. ..55 7.04 11.34 8.74 8. .99 7. .14 10.95 5.30 7. .12 9.76 9.07 .96 10.13 9.83 7..19 7. 11.28 5. . .40 7.93 8.76 9.41 11.36 8.42 11.73 10.35 4.25 ..72 7.15 8.41 7. . .47 4.16 9.54 7.. .74 7.51 7.26 10.79 23.32 12.43 9.. . . ..31 10.83 13..51 9. ..05 8.24 8. .73 7.48 3..82 11. 9.79 6.41 7.29 7..29 9. . 1.25 10. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time series. 9. 12. .30 12.95 8.. .48 7.91 6.23 7.71 9.45 4.85 10..65 8. . 9. .76 8.04 6.74 9.07 12.82 7.02 7.92 10.66 4..13 6. ..82 10.51 10.. import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in kilograms. . ..17 12.. .81 10. .44 7.46 9. .86 8.99 7.09 12.37 . . .55 9.17 10.10 10..21 7. .69 9.91 9.17 .18 7.71 8.51 10.36 8.46 9.27 12.58 8.61 10.06 9. 4.59 9.. .25 12.61 9. .03 8.68 9..86 11..06 3.11 7. 8..17 12.34 6.78 7...94 ..09 8.. . .57 8.53 15. 10.07 6..61 13.92 11.42 10. For more information.11 7.39 9..57 7.80 9..53 12.91 10.52 11.54 8.70 7. ...42 7.80 6. .05 10...39 10. .29 12.72 9.89 13...44 12. .89 6. .16 7.68 6.49 9.81 9.87 10.48 11...90 4.41 7. ..90 9..40 5.26 8.17 11.57 10.41 6.. .16 6.28 8.05 5. .32 11.61 10.66 7.10 8.18 9.21 10.. . .. converted by IEA into US$/MBtu. .92 8.09 11..10 6.07 7.53 6.. . . .49 9. .85 9.69 7.51 8. 8.97 10.97 6.46 6.22 7.98 11. .68 8.U.07 13.82 7.88 10.68 12. .90 .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. .18 5..97 9.02 10.08 9. 9.53 6.06 8..14 6.67 9..70 3......46 8.90 9...52 7.37 3.65 . .62 4..70 .94 8. Source: Eurostat Intra.53 12.04 8.99 9..69 8.. .36 10.39 8.26 9.56 9.46 7.95 8.14 6.. .48 8.48 6.13 Table 8: Selected Natural Gas Pipeline Import Prices into Europe (continued) Netherlands Slovak Portugal Republic 1 1 Spain Sweden UK US Dollars/MBtu European Union Member States UK Average1 Average Average Norway Algeria Average1 Denmark Norway Average1 3..33 10.04 3.21 9.37 4..55 10...20 7..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 .54 8. which are then converted to national currency/MBtu..67 5.66 11.24 10.40 7.34 9.92 8.59 11..95 14. .13 10.20 13.57 10.28 7.65 12. 7.56 9. .35 9.47 10.45 11.. .66 .86 8.88 9.75 11.23 9.III. .17 4.71 9. .14 9.30 9. .20 13.17 8. For the European Union..66 10..03 3.08 9..07 14.33 3.53 9.45 8.07 8.16 8..79 13.09 8.81 7. . From January 2005 onwards..00 4. .10 5.13 15.49 7.35 3.82 8. .92 3.84 9. These are then converted to national currency/Mbtu.76 10.95 12.84 7.99 11...92 10.95 9.12 9. calculated average prices may not be comparable from one month to the other due to differing components.52 7.04 7.89 4. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..83 11..48 5.34 9.75 9. .47 10.87 9.17 7.33 9.70 . Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available.12 5.43 7.... Prior to January 2005.92 12.. .20 5.04 11..03 10.09 13.22 9.89 12.48 4.38 10.. 8.40 10.47 8.78 10. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.90 13.10 7.65 7.54 12. the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules..15 8..64 11.10 6.13 10.33 8.01 8.19 .85 7. .71 9.77 10. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics.

38 8.47 5.82 8.04 879.61 7.10 178. .17 9.. ..83 8.71 6..82 7.11 2246. .32 6.75 5.62 7.95 5. converted by IEA into US$/MBtu. 6.33 6.70 2898.26 6.80 8..89 9..15 3.60 5.43 6.24 8. .13 4.80 131.48 211.78 7.83 214.and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.55 10.61 9.78 7.62 5.41 5. .24 6.95 6. . 5.56 8.64 5..83 1874..07 1755. .72 8.01 206.90 5. .45 6.57 3.11 180.76 6.23 8.60 1859.89 7.88 8.61 .02 5. .10 171.93 1464.20 8.91 1813.04 2978.01 6. .77 6. . 8.61 5.29 3.50 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 7.95 6.43 8.96 3..91 7.66 8.94 8. .71 8.77 5.39 7.11 8.44 6.65 189.52 5.42 4..56 2208.08 9.00 2054.22 9.65 3.02 196.38 2. .29 6.88 2245. .33 5..24 161.. .38 11..03 9..68 4..49 4....U.81 3.83 8.17 216.61 8. .68 4.69 9... please consult Sources and Notes.26 9.54 1713. 5. .95 4.. . .11 7..95 4.05 2134. .75 6.65 7.50 5.40 7. .03 7.25 5.33 6..45 2074. .87 4.74 5.12 133.78 5.79 7.50 7.74 5..66 3. .91 5.96 8.64 6.20 4.65 4.66 1 1 Average Germany (€) National currency/MBtu Italy (€) Greece (€) Origin Czech Republic (Koruna) 1 1 Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.60 6. member states' natural gas import prices.63 4. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics...57 5.68 6.02 228..49 7.51 7.42 ..11 174.. .82 8.15 3. 6. From January 2005 onwards.63 4.50 9.94 6..99 4. calculated average prices may not be comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. . .93 6.04 7..30 184.88 178.84 197. .. .. .91 128.49 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 .68 7..60 4. .44 126.56 8.70 6.43 7.04 7.20 2088.95 6..43 5.38 6.73 6.54 7.80 7.05 9..42 2687.02 3.59 7.30 5.62 8.92 6.77 7. . .62 1554.51 7.35 .67 2243.49 5.85 8.35 3. .05 2561. 1.56 6..79 6.64 182.15 196.61 2233.52 5. . Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available.64 6.94 6.05 5.66 5.26 2157.26 8..94 4.84 7.61 8.60 229.28 7.41 7. .61 194. .75 6.85 7. .74 9. import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in kilograms.55 2.39 2257.23 2122.91 10. .90 146.24 6.88 6.86 7.76 179.63 4.85 5.89 7.13 4.48 6.32 6. . .86 6.05 8..01 10.13 170.11 1770.32 1833.57 3075.59 6. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time series..27 6.51 4.69 7..32 254.24 4.84 5.49 179.62 10.33 159.80 7..27 6.44 6..52 1953.63 6.55 5.61 9.89 1784.12 6.06 7.19 6.98 .81 5.22 5.11 166. ...87 .13 7.93 2200. .66 3152.18 5..33 2151.77 225.44 7.06 6.98 ..79 5. ..30 7.92 9.04 6.30 3.70 8.75 6.40 7.75 170.93 8.44 10.. .. .47 6.89 9..89 209.96 5.14 6... .16 10.80 8.56 5.73 7.21 7.16 .24 7.. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. .08 6.09 6...71 3.94 7. the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules.82 4. .32 7..32 2..97 5.. .40 7.03 4. .96 7.22 8.46 8.31 8.36 8..69 2.82 1700.32 1181. . 5. .83 5.12 6.25 .48 4..31 3. Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 7.63 178.07 188..01 2268.49 3. .69 5.19 6.78 8.56 167.42 4.59 7.23 8.25 8. . .18 7.41 5.81 2125.. For more information.. .36 181.36 4.36 5..29 5. 4..86 6.22 1430. ..31 219.11 6.14 1908..69 5.91 7.51 8.88 6.41 1417.68 5.32 5. ..33 5.60 6.. .45 6.39 7.52 6.42 8.50 187.29 7. ..17 .06 2019.. These are then converted to national currency/Mbtu..78 6. . 158.51 7.16 8.51 2..75 4.49 7.94 2251. 6.13 184.58 6..55 6. .35 8.97 6.. ..39 5..72 2. .06 7.90 7.50 7.65 2864. . . .73 143. 7. .. .59 6..47 5. ..12 8.11 1375. .93 7.69 8.54 3.04 7.72 8.76 1413.41 2137.94 3..73 3.28 7.86 10.48 5.80 .60 151.47 7..61 1531..05 8..69 6.35 247.01 4.98 7.04 2068.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 3.26 8.00 7.58 4.21 2997. Prior to January 2005.71 4..96 6.10 5.26 6. which are then converted to national currency/MBtu..53 7.62 7.99 5.12 7.14 .53 6.93 7.09 5. 6.25 7. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.83 7...77 4.62 8.92 7.61 4.05 8.28 1524.98 4.64 6.26 5. .20 7.84 7.24 11.. ..28 261. .99 8. .42 7.60 1798. . .. .73 1914.16 5.35 118.35 8.42 201.57 6. .54 8.42 9. 4.78 3263.19 7..22 5.25 6.62 2..65 4.73 8..00 2565.80 1978.64 6.28 192.03 .72 4. 3. For the European Union.III. .41 190.34 192.52 4.47 7. .98 7. .63 2093.12 9.11 2.19 239.59 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 ..01 6.54 .01 6.57 6..56 6.37 1809.41 165. Source: Eurostat Intra.78 8.06 123.

62 6. . ...69 7.69 5. 7...23 5.63 2.. .56 6. member states' natural gas import prices.77 4..56 7.51 3.45 7.11 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 .84 2....95 9. 5.79 6.49 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.38 6. For the European Union..62 7. . Prior to January 2005.06 6. .30 5.. . ..86 6.56 2.62 7.07 5.62 5..09 70..39 78.26 6.92 3.79 7.84 8.53 77.18 .49 7.66 4.48 6.75 7. Source: Eurostat Intra.20 7.93 88. ..42 7. the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules..06 7. 7.81 102.97 2. .49 4.87 6..06 8.16 6.61 4.38 8.92 10.47 5. .87 5.34 5.25 3.41 64.75 6.23 6. .02 7. .64 4.36 2.51 5.21 8.86 8.49 6..72 4.64 6.53 4.19 5.88 6.37 4..54 5... 4.54 2.81 5. . calculated average prices may not be comparable from one month to the other due to differing components.96 5.11 5..44 7.32 .45 6. .64 8.20 6. .29 . 6.07 6.62 6.62 5.11 8...31 4.72 5..62 6.78 50..68 2. 5. .59 4.91 4.20 2.51 5.75 5.38 4... ..31 5.. . .74 2. .05 5.42 7.13 . .31 ..49 60.84 4.and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values..24 6.98 1.57 5.15 Table 9: Selected Natural Gas Pipeline Import Prices into Europe (continued) Netherlands (€) UK Average1 Portugal Slovak (€) Republic (€) 1 Average 1 Spain (€) Norway Algeria Average Sweden (Krona) UK (£) Average1 Denmark Norway National currency/MBtu European Union Member States (€) Origin 1 Average 2.39 6.96 84.80 8.69 3. 7.65 4.65 7..46 73.84 5.37 4.33 7.05 7.08 8.59 74. ..15 5..97 5.02 6.03 .82 7.80 8.37 6.23 9. .48 5.26 4.67 4.45 7.49 16.77 5..91 6.56 68.33 5.89 6.01 5.03 4. ..56 8..64 5. ..86 5.20 67. . .67 92...47 7.11 5.52 8.77 5..96 5..80 9.04 59.59 8.77 4.65 57.02 2..68 7.10 6.14 7.45 6....U.52 6..71 7.99 89.79 .60 5.79 6.10 6..29 7.69 4.33 6.87 8.III.96 6. .08 71.71 8...57 54. .37 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 .98 2. .39 ..54 8.99 5. .43 4.33 4. .41 9.82 6.17 5.29 5.93 5. 9.86 7.89 5.00 44. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E..61 95.21 3.87 2.30 6.29 8.82 7.21 5.25 4...50 4..20 88..09 2..08 6.42 5.. . 7. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .00 4. .36 8.. 8. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics. converted by IEA into US$/MBtu.91 68. .45 6. .26 5..09 6. .05 80.25 4.53 11.43 57..18 4.40 8.74 7.19 4.35 8..07 6. .46 66. .38 7.82 8.09 6.13 9.85 6.59 3.25 75.57 4.03 2.58 4.54 6. .74 5.80 88.19 6.24 5.66 5. . .86 5. .90 6.38 5.90 7.31 7..58 5.48 69. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .68 4.76 7.40 4.64 68..63 3. .26 4.38 6.23 39.12 5. . .10 7.05 6.80 6..39 3. .39 9.24 6.66 .12 5.80 6.79 7. . .48 7.49 49..49 9. .54 7.56 4. From January 2005 onwards.80 7.42 9.81 5.89 6. ..56 7..65 7.02 8.36 4.28 .25 7. ..17 5.73 3.22 85..95 4..40 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 .19 8..67 6..86 87. 5. .07 6.35 7.63 6.87 7..58 7.99 7..34 6.98 5.52 4.55 5.00 9.51 7.30 5.03 4.18 3..99 3.77 4.40 5.30 4.71 4. . . Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time series.72 6.33 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 7.79 8.28 82.27 7..05 6.91 7.96 73.23 4.03 85. 8.23 5. 1.55 66.49 6. .27 1.39 5.15 5.64 87..23 8.71 4.66 . 9.91 . 8.36 8. .72 6.39 8.39 7.93 7.65 3. These are then converted to national currency/Mbtu. .. .85 4.06 6.87 58.74 6.71 7.30 5. .06 91.09 5.50 72....90 4.04 9. please consult Sources and Notes. 6..73 4.51 6.33 2.55 4...91 6.86 30.28 5.43 5.96 4.14 6.. .76 6.74 4.47 . .32 7.49 8.78 11..37 4.21 77.08 4. .60 8....78 9....75 5.67 5.65 7.01 4.44 6. .84 6. .55 5.23 75.40 8.66 62. . import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in kilograms.65 6.89 5.. which are then converted to national currency/MBtu.87 71.73 90.45 5. .66 5.40 73.50 5. . . 7.41 5.85 6. .37 5. ..76 5.95 5.57 9..99 5.15 4..37 5.75 96. 5..55 7.01 5..35 6.58 8.06 9..80 7..35 4.70 6.91 3.90 4.61 6.21 6. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.93 8.. .74 7..81 6.09 6. . . .45 7.21 9.01 6.61 6.20 6.14 . .41 8. .09 8.06 3..39 3.43 5.70 5.. 3.42 5.82 7.89 6.. . .88 5.82 6.37 1.56 3.77 4.13 3. .60 81..17 4. . .26 6. .86 7.28 5.36 7.. 5.50 72.54 . . . For more information. .51 4.86 6.49 86.85 5.47 .19 6. .69 58.98 8.49 8.28 7.57 65. .19 8. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available.23 51.

88 9.74 9.66 9.50 8.19 9.12 6.93 6.33 7. the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules.77 7. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.40 7.16 7.63 7.90 x 6.88 6.23 10.63 8.U.93 6.89 6.86 8.43 6.39 8.16 .89 9.50 8.73 9.87 11.29 7.20 8.48 6.36 x x x x x x x x x x x 8.94 7.26 8.43 6.69 7.11 6.70 7.19 7.47 6.26 7.32 9.68 10.68 12.41 6.41 9.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 7.98 9.92 9.64 7.04 10.00 x 7.26 8.77 6.62 7.81 7.50 8.38 7.08 9.75 6.84 9.81 x x x 7.25 6.89 4.86 4.14 3.64 5.49 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 8.95 8.38 9.95 6.44 8.24 8.02 9.97 9.05 7.03 7.09 7.33 5.40 9.59 6.26 8.71 8.94 x x x x x x x x x x 13.71 10.74 6.05 6.67 8.72 9.93 8.65 8.14 7.36 x x x x x x x x x 7.72 5.78 12.90 8.48 7.88 5. 1.24 8.60 13.31 7.58 8.49 x 10.67 x 8.07 6.26 8.44 7.26 8.70 7.80 9.04 8.18 6.71 10.46 6.46 7.12 7.15 6.06 3.32 7.62 8.15 4.30 10.and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.07 10.17 11.15 7.06 9.59 5.47 8.13 9.98 7.41 7.82 x 10.08 3.09 8.37 6.99 9. please consult Sources and Notes.09 6.03 7.01 9.49 8.27 6.39 9.13 9.13 7.13 9.78 6.62 7.25 11.79 13.18 8.42 9.72 7.33 7.05 7.22 8.54 5.37 6.60 4.66 6.93 11.28 9.04 7.14 7.76 4.83 9.89 x x x x x x x x x x 9.91 6. member states' natural gas import prices.29 6.36 5.13 x x x 8.22 8.71 4.77 8.95 9.59 11.55 5.41 x 8.67 8.39 8.02 5.97 9. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available.87 6.89 x 4.60 6.66 6.06 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. Prior to January 2005.02 7.31 13.95 9. For more information.03 Origin 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.47 7.40 10.43 5.11 6.67 7.56 5. Source: Eurostat Intra.77 9.66 7.69 7.42 6.85 6.96 8.25 8.45 12.29 10.63 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 9.12 10.01 7.06 7.00 6.02 6.55 10.70 9.18 7. import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in kilograms.00 8.64 9.36 7.00 6.90 10.49 6.07 10.35 10.86 6.81 9.41 x x x 7.14 7.79 6.96 6.01 7.83 4.74 9.43 9.41 6. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time series.89 7.19 x x x x x x x x x 8.46 6.59 5.28 7.94 6.39 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 11.80 8.50 8.07 5.71 5.73 3.93 6.91 8.78 8.84 9.31 9.13 5. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics.45 7.21 5.62 9.02 7.32 6.44 7.83 9.96 8. calculated average prices may not be comparable from one month to the other due to differing components. which are then converted to national currency/MBtu.77 6.55 8.07 9.02 6.87 10.86 7.96 8.14 9.00 8.35 x 6.24 13.17 7.11 7.34 7.24 5. From January 2005 onwards.45 6.89 7.30 8.27 9.67 8.58 11.47 7.21 13.37 6.17 10. These are then converted to national currency/Mbtu.84 8.20 6.07 6.48 5.13 5.18 7.58 8.85 6.54 11.11 8.44 9. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . For the European Union.15 7.56 7.08 8.44 x 8.63 5.27 7.67 7.40 12.48 6.86 9.94 6.23 7.78 9.01 5.10 8.12 8.41 5.09 3.17 x 10.94 8.68 9.64 9.06 8.78 6.58 8.84 11.41 7.37 10.50 8. converted by IEA into US$/MBtu.16 6.74 8.90 5.15 6.45 7.28 5.17 4.82 5.91 12.39 7.14 6.74 6.34 10.07 6.40 8.18 10.74 x 8.05 5.33 7.93 5.43 6.94 6.98 12.88 6.66 6.23 6.52 9.69 5.13 8. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.08 5.46 5.III.71 7.12 x 11.57 10.25 7.00 7.77 8.

47 6.00 6.22 7.53 8.99 9.22 7.59 9.82 4.19 4. converted by IEA into US$/MBtu.07 x 7.96 4.96 6.79 5.48 x 8.09 11.47 7.24 10.25 4. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time series.26 9.45 6.55 4.13 8. calculated average prices may not be comparable from one month to the other due to differing components.99 4.10 6.52 7.05 x 5.38 6.34 10.17 3.29 5.58 4.07 9.20 11.88 6.87 8.54 5.92 7.53 x x x x x x x x x x 4.96 4.22 9.42 x 4.00 8.53 5.97 8.28 11.06 4.10 4.30 3.90 8.19 7.91 8.83 8.79 9.04 8.61 6. which are then converted to national currency/MBtu.and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.68 6.26 10.80 11.45 7.43 8.07 6.83 3.75 7.91 8.38 8.97 8. please consult Sources and Notes.92 9.92 7.89 5.16 9.45 9.99 7.61 7.32 5.48 4.55 8.06 6.37 10.12 7.93 4.89 6.91 9.97 6.09 5.16 4.74 7.24 2.26 4.01 6.16 4.49 4. member states' natural gas import prices.45 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 7.60 3.66 5.24 9.30 10.16 x x x x x x x x x x x 11.50 8.44 7.29 6.70 3.99 5. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .95 8.54 5.38 8.16 9.20 7.12 8.92 6.38 x x x x 8.04 8.37 3.76 6.23 7.22 x 8.50 10.16 5.25 9.76 5.46 4.53 7.01 7.25 8. import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in kilograms.58 10.27 5.21 8.71 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 4.15 4.22 10.III.76 8.15 7.73 9.98 7.02 7.79 9.17 9.69 9.50 x x x x x x 8.61 4.48 7.96 7.14 8.56 6.07 x 7.81 8. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.73 9.91 3.34 6.59 7.16 6.43 5.88 4.66 4.75 3.12 x 10.93 9. From January 2005 onwards.33 8.95 7.38 5.43 x 9.51 6.01 7.36 x 5.51 3.86 8.30 0.48 5.35 x x 4.21 4.76 5.10 5. These are then converted to national currency/Mbtu.33 9.09 9.81 9.51 7.63 7.43 8.86 4.88 x 7.55 7.86 6.18 4.63 5.12 5.94 4.63 x x 9.41 5.48 10.34 8.48 8.18 8.89 7.41 9.57 5.68 6.57 3.40 7.01 6.49 9.18 6.52 10.82 4.88 6.42 2.03 8.07 8.41 5.34 4. Source: Eurostat Intra.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 8.21 10.99 9.32 7.35 4.23 x x x x x x x x 8.53 8.08 x 10.37 4.21 8.33 6.39 8.66 4.34 6.69 4. For the European Union.58 4.47 6.67 7.43 x 8.22 9. the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules.00 9.18 6.91 6.13 8.58 9.91 8.60 7.73 7.54 4.39 7. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available.04 3.03 8.52 6.89 5.28 4.82 9.23 4.65 x 4.50 4.91 8.53 7.87 8.27 3.23 9.43 5.66 5.28 x 7.69 8.77 8.03 6.03 6.47 6.61 6.68 3.51 2.44 x 6.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .59 4.42 9.66 8.94 x x x x x x x x x 9.41 10.24 0.68 x 9.23 11.59 7.75 7.02 5.59 8.15 x 9.92 6.05 9.46 7.47 8.45 6.14 9.42 7.51 5.82 2.07 x 9.22 8.87 6.14 9.01 6.70 6.40 8.81 8.01 9.25 6.70 5.22 6.28 2.36 7.03 8.34 4.21 x x 11.11 8.95 5.21 x x 11.47 7.56 9.99 7.54 5.19 7.21 6.U.55 x x x x x x 7.92 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 7.30 9.62 10.28 x x x x x x x x x x x 4.83 5.87 4.97 10.17 x 7. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.84 7.55 3.27 4. For more information.32 6.30 9.96 6.20 5.27 6.09 9.63 x 12.25 9.27 5.24 9.01 9.41 8.10 x 11.32 6.14 10.01 6.43 5.19 7.35 8. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics.60 6.15 7.46 5.26 6.70 6.78 8.43 12.03 6.19 4.82 6.67 9.14 6.70 7.37 9.41 x 5.35 6.17 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 1 3.68 6.09 10.48 5.53 10.38 9.65 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.44 3.34 5. Prior to January 2005.90 5.68 7.47 8.56 9.82 10.80 9.33 4.23 6.53 5.63 7.23 x x 6.50 4. 1.60 6.94 6.25 5.38 7.12 7.49 9.56 9.55 x x 17.50 4.41 7.76 x x 4.82 4.30 x x 5.85 x x x x x x 17.20 5.

53 5.21 7.51 6.22 4.68 5.21 4. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.23 4.79 6.94 4.97 4.85 6.55 6.08 5.98 6.39 5.35 9.38 4.00 5.10 6.38 6.33 5.58 5.28 5.76 x 5.43 2.65 7. import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in kilograms.06 5.00 3.57 x x x x x x x x x x x 6.62 5.89 6.29 6.95 4.64 6.73 8.93 5.40 5.94 7.14 9.69 5.97 x x x x x x x x x 5.04 x 4.44 5.32 6. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available.76 5.97 6.46 4.69 3.55 4.38 x x x 6.22 5.78 4.69 6.32 8.42 7.67 5. converted by IEA into US$/MBtu.06 6.76 5.44 5.III.70 4.91 4.15 4.11 5.83 5.10 x 5.94 6.09 4.33 5.98 3.33 6.03 3.95 3.03 5.92 6.12 7.23 x 7.36 5.17 5.57 4.52 4.17 5.91 4.41 x 7.32 6.56 6. Source: Eurostat Intra.97 4.90 3.29 6.90 4.17 4.66 3.21 7.94 5.84 5.26 7.92 5.00 5.59 7.64 x 6.71 4.93 7.58 3.62 3.15 5.16 x 3.29 5.71 7.37 4. the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules.04 8.32 x x x 4.58 6. For more information. which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics.10 6.29 4.68 x 8.35 6.11 6.96 6.68 6.85 8.36 x 4.37 5. These are then converted to national currency/Mbtu.37 7.56 2.07 7.60 6.70 6.17 3.75 4.10 5.60 3.46 5.53 6.59 5.32 8.09 4.75 8.07 6.57 5.04 4.48 3.51 6.27 5.22 5.37 4.34 4.77 6.54 7.84 5.88 x x x x x x x x x 6.82 5.92 x x x x x x x x x x 10.17 5.54 4.51 4.69 5.60 4.45 3.and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.61 4.34 4.74 6.95 6.44 5.62 4.78 6.25 6.98 5.34 4.86 6.37 4.53 8.57 5.60 5.47 5.18 4.30 6.00 3.10 7.72 5.70 6.35 5.31 5.17 5.30 4.02 5.64 7. please consult Sources and Notes.62 6.90 6.46 5. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.58 4.99 5.96 5.45 5.64 5.84 7.23 4.60 4.31 4.10 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 7.30 5.72 5.18 .18 7.65 6.23 4.97 10.43 4. member states' natural gas import prices.98 9.80 5.83 5.41 6.36 4.45 8.46 4.55 5.01 5.87 5.02 7. 1.90 5.87 2.09 5.37 3.39 7.67 3.25 6.63 5.81 4.61 6.59 6.90 7.42 4.97 5.82 4.09 5.11 x x x x x x x x x x 7.34 8.32 5. Prior to January 2005.10 4.89 4.24 4. calculated average prices may not be comparable from one month to the other due to differing components.18 5.26 5.87 5.13 6.10 5.17 4.22 5. For the European Union.77 8.02 7.94 4.53 x x x 5.15 4.27 5.49 5.48 5.62 6.72 4.20 6.00 4.06 5.36 6.65 4.81 7.38 9.55 6.22 7.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 5.51 5.68 8.42 6.78 6. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time series.26 5.34 5.30 5.76 x 8.03 4.66 4.48 4.23 6.60 5.26 4.78 4.32 5.89 5.56 6.61 6.94 6.88 5.01 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 3.92 5.83 4.43 5.65 8.02 5.83 4.16 5.74 3.61 x 5.24 6.49 5.12 5.35 6.48 5.27 10.95 5.00 5.01 3.90 4.21 4.61 7.15 5.34 4.86 4.63 6.65 4.64 4.61 6. From January 2005 onwards.05 4.94 4.47 5.36 3.47 6.53 5.51 4.95 6.89 6.84 6.45 8.74 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 8.94 6. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .12 x 5.02 4.U.87 3.52 6.94 7.47 5.57 9.32 4.56 6.50 5.30 10.68 5.21 6.80 3.01 5.87 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Note: Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.18 9.52 3.24 5.36 4.96 7.48 4.97 5.66 5.83 5.75 9.57 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 5.57 6.45 6.42 7.

Import prices derived from Eurostat Trade Statistics.00 4.87 x x x x x x 4.13 6.08 2.70 5.86 4.61 3. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .11 3.11 4.87 4.70 7.24 3.98 5.78 5.36 7.15 4.98 9.70 1.00 6.15 4.44 5.52 4.02 5.78 6.59 6.24 3.71 x x 3.06 3.58 5.28 5.48 x x x x x x 9.25 4.79 5.89 4.59 7.94 5.87 x x 9.06 2.07 2.34 3.94 5. For the European Union.98 8.82 3.66 x x 2.93 7.35 x x 5.78 4.27 2.98 3.34 1.98 6.80 2.55 5.21 3.81 4.93 5.90 x x x x x x x x x x x 2.78 2.72 5.77 4.49 3.56 4.29 3.95 5.37 4.79 x 5.44 3.99 4.34 5.67 3.73 4.65 5.19 6. please consult Sources and Notes.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.42 6.10 4.88 2.26 5.07 5.83 7.63 5.32 5.40 6.53 x 6. the import prices are now derived by dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in Terajoules.27 5.74 4.27 6.46 5.30 4.72 5.28 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 6.36 6.06 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. converted by IEA into US$/MBtu.34 5.39 6.93 7. which are then converted to national currency/MBtu. Weighted average based only on all imports for which prices are available.50 5.36 2.39 6.24 2.15 3.63 x x x x x x x x 5.33 5.67 7.18 5.20 4.64 5.44 3.89 5.38 5.54 4.61 5.79 5.80 2. import prices are derived from dividing values in Euros by quantities reported in kilograms.52 5.73 5.67 3.58 5.12 3.23 5.25 5.86 5.32 4.38 8.22 7.69 6.93 x x 2.77 3.18 3.24 5.51 5.96 3. 1.73 8.47 x 3.36 3.85 6.97 5.93 4. Source: Eurostat Intra.40 x 6.19 5.III.60 0.09 x 5.45 4.37 4.60 6.82 5.09 5.98 2.89 4.10 5.49 1.52 5. calculated average prices may not be comparable from one month to the other due to differing components.62 2.97 6.58 5.90 6.18 5.31 4.48 5.76 2.86 2.38 5.96 3.02 2.53 5.39 7.23 5.64 5.67 5.47 2. For more information.80 5.93 8.06 6.65 3.00 2.92 4.02 8.07 5.80 5.97 3.45 6.96 2.15 4.39 5.80 4.85 2.68 3.83 6.02 5.84 5.35 4.25 5.32 3.10 3.05 4.85 4.69 5.85 5.73 5.74 5.19 x x x x x x x x x x 2.20 x x 5. From January 2005 onwards.53 5.51 7.66 2.82 3.60 5.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .63 x x 3.55 6.39 5.57 6.45 5.33 2.83 2.46 2.57 5.58 5.34 4.63 5.69 x x x x 5. In 2009 edition the IEA changed the way it calculates E.52 5.20 x x 5.14 4.22 3.24 4.43 5.05 x 6.39 5. Prior to January 2005.90 3.45 6.32 4.31 7.99 6.15 3.65 5.27 4.36 5.13 3.63 x 4.37 4.54 7.55 2.58 5.52 4.99 x 6.85 5.95 3.80 x x x x x x x x x x x 7.08 6.01 2.19 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 1 Average (€) 1 Origin Average 3.09 7.81 6.48 5.06 4.74 2.85 3.35 4.28 6. member states' natural gas import prices.and Extra-EU Trade Statistics for Import Quantities and Values.81 6.80 4.69 x 3.23 5.90 2.48 4.37 3.56 2.12 4.94 4.46 4.78 3.39 6.74 5.52 5.09 4.29 4.77 7.83 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 4.17 7.38 x 5.93 4.91 3.06 x 7.69 3. Data are from secondary sources for which the IEA is not responsible.43 5.81 2.55 6.49 4.00 2.74 3.71 3.67 3.54 3.38 x 5.63 5.29 6.41 0.97 5.86 3.U.40 2.19 3.03 2.19 6.23 2.95 4.64 x 3.34 5.12 5.05 5.19 3.75 5.56 5.81 5.71 5.91 7.77 5.93 4.50 5.23 3.52 5.73 2.37 4.46 5.40 x 5.06 5.62 5. Please note that this has led to small revisions in the time series.23 2.43 3.27 5. These are then converted to national currency/Mbtu.14 6.83 5.26 5.22 7.74 2.62 4.39 x 4.06 x 4.63 x x x x x x 5.80 5.06 x 4.72 7.76 1.29 4.15 2.66 3.26 4.24 2.73 x 4.40 5.17 3.22 5.17 4.55 5.34 5.51 x x x x x x x x x 5.67 2.17 4.71 6.92 4.80 6.39 2.53 5.21 5.76 7.11 2.36 5.67 5.73 6.37 x 7.29 6.16 4.79 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 5.85 4.74 2.40 4.68 5.92 6.82 7.61 2.74 4.28 5.18 2.23 2.01 1.82 2.98 x 2.69 6.60 3.44 4.82 5.04 5.96 x 3.70 x 6.10 5.64 2.

60 x x x x x x x x x x x x 14.63 11.85 13.88 11.27 9.02 6.71 13.71 14.63 x 16.25 11.84 11.64 11.11 10.39 13.71 17.60 8.20 .44 16.17 4.92 13.62 15.49 16.12 5.44 9.44 13.92 17.59 12.36 12.70 12.84 8.60 9.90 10.49 15.34 13.80 x 14.65 11.58 18.08 11.98 11.49 17.27 14.97 9.88 12.73 8.49 9.26 13.44 9.14 9.55 17.17 8.22 16.35 18.84 x 9.74 10.40 7.88 9.30 14.56 7.90 6.02 7.48 8.31 19.17 11.61 12.63 13.84 17.06 12.78 12.51 10.42 14.05 11.61 15.23 x 10.91 6.12 11.53 5.14 8.10 14.83 12.83 11.79 13.82 8.66 14.52 12.95 12.73 x 7.27 14.65 7.52 18.06 12.34 14.65 10.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 4.73 17.77 13.42 12.06 12.22 12.28 16.36 18.95 7.00 x x 10.47 7.53 14.17 x 18.89 16.79 13.38 13.63 10.05 8.72 10.52 17.88 12.65 12.91 x 10.59 12.69 7.09 16.96 10.24 x 19.10 12.82 15.45 8.52 14.01 9.55 7.09 17.03 17.93 13.32 6.50 6.75 9.41 x 4.43 16.01 11.99 11.78 11.20 11.52 15.73 15.49 15.97 16.17 12.88 7.48 11.87 7.33 7.70 13.97 17.68 6.52 9.79 16.30 9.16 8.56 14.06 20.24 11.98 5.61 6.47 12.14 12.94 15.87 12.42 7.85 14.96 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 10.35 17.08 12.30 7.86 12.94 5.64 12.27 11.08 10.23 10.42 7.16 9.16 17.57 9.27 11.36 12.84 x 7.66 17. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .48 14.95 x 16.48 16.49 13.85 12.53 11.60 8.61 14.93 5.60 10.26 10.90 13.68 12.03 19.69 11.29 12.50 22.98 11.19 22.34 x 12.04 13.42 13.64 x 14.28 16.11 9.97 18.71 7.98 8.07 12.24 18.36 17.01 9.41 12.22 8.III.79 Source: Japanese Trade Statistics and Korean Energy Review Monthly.08 8.79 x 19.94 11.54 12.51 x x x x x x x x x x x x 12.90 10.16 17.63 16.72 11.60 11.94 16.04 21.41 x x x x x x x x x x 11.12 16.59 9.24 10.93 17.21 15.84 18.52 7.49 x x 11.18 8.18 7.58 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 9.28 13.75 5.65 x x x x x x 8.72 6.97 11.84 x 11.69 8.56 10.18 7.33 11.16 10.79 12.15 10.84 16.49 9.71 14.13 x 16.25 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 12.48 10.19 10.98 9.81 18.70 15.19 18.46 9.96 14.42 12.55 17.67 8.41 15.71 14.99 12.58 x 13.90 11.66 10.67 12.62 23.31 x x x x x x x x x 6.71 14.98 15.24 13.29 14.15 12.77 16.31 9.43 9.56 6.56 16.98 12.68 14.11 17.29 x 10.98 12.58 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 13.93 17.76 17.13 x 8.14 x 11.41 11.74 10.96 11.92 15.57 13.99 11.77 8.56 x x x x x x 8.13 x x x x 13.41 19.33 14.

98 9.13 9.08 9.05 10.84 14.69 16.63 9.08 14.41 8.80 12.89 16.14 11.61 12.28 9.14 10.65 5.56 7.37 12.17 12.79 10.52 12.52 x x x x x x x x x x 13.40 10.06 5.71 5.73 5.19 12.70 11.22 11.04 7.65 12.64 9.E.64 7.69 9.22 9.52 7.05 11.29 7.02 12.52 9.27 10.49 4.58 16.56 10.66 11.61 10.79 8.21 7.04 9.53 9.99 5.16 12.28 11.15 10.17 8.46 6.42 4.50 12.76 10.30 12.76 15.24 16.41 12.89 x 11.13 11.01 10.75 10.94 14.98 9.48 12.54 16.67 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 11.71 13.09 12.12 9.73 13.50 10.22 13.52 11.72 7.67 17.07 7.44 14.48 13.38 23.60 12.67 12.42 10.81 7.52 7.64 11.22 14.96 13.74 12.73 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 6.23 11.69 x x 11.12 12.86 8.17 10.34 11.81 6.69 6.23 15.82 7.99 7.12 8.24 11.94 8.92 x x 11.III.78 4.75 13.45 9.18 7.20 13. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .62 9.12 16.72 14.47 9.87 10.52 15.53 7.07 9.85 11.00 13.28 7.31 10.02 14.45 11.82 8.02 12.29 10.44 12.21 13.12 15.77 17.82 15.45 6.45 10.28 7.87 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 7.06 6.74 7.81 14.66 12.19 7.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .17 12.79 16.95 9.62 14.57 6.43 18.84 13.03 12.98 5.79 6.14 14.83 16.11 12.A.90 8.41 16.16 12.93 x 12.68 5.08 12.70 11.88 8.20 14.81 8.56 9.19 14.27 11.47 12.11 12.88 5.78 7. USA Average Average Origin 5.25 15.23 11.26 8.00 7.36 15.31 6.07 12.96 9.33 7.56 15.20 x 17.43 11.95 12.96 11.17 13.88 8.70 x x 8.29 11.66 10.79 7.22 12.46 13.23 11.27 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 12.29 17.42 12.49 14.81 10.84 19.50 13.24 8.07 16.85 7.68 8.54 14.12 9.12 8.16 8.50 x 9.06 15.05 15.97 16.45 16.22 9.51 13.53 8.89 11.55 11.36 11.26 12.08 5.46 16.37 x x x 10.63 x 11.87 x 9.08 13.57 12.72 11.53 7.33 8.19 12.72 14.12 15.94 8.14 10.57 7.83 10.22 10.11 12.26 11.04 7.57 9.15 10.60 6.28 12.96 8.29 6.73 14.07 15.47 12.83 12.10 9.95 10.16 11.92 11.26 12.11 9.55 17.21 11.47 11.48 7.22 8.57 10.09 12.04 14.30 13.23 9.12 10.70 13.36 13.26 13.23 6.24 12.60 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.87 4.20 7.81 x x x x x x 8.53 11.75 13.79 13.60 12.53 11.81 9.78 10.48 9.20 17.65 10.92 7.63 16.54 8.69 7.97 7.14 x 13.88 12.60 17.58 11.46 8.21 5.68 8.50 10.00 15.21 11.96 16.67 13.56 12.12 10.67 11.14 9.89 x x 14.85 8.08 15.04 7.63 17.48 6.60 13.08 12.03 11.53 10.96 10.11 6.08 11.10 7.68 x 14.78 7.98 x 15.83 11.83 14.69 6.21 Table 12: LNG import prices into Japan and Korea (continued) US Dollars/MBtu Japan Korea LNG LNG Oman Qatar Trinidad U.16 7.68 11.42 9.00 15.79 8.18 10.26 7.54 15.82 10.45 15.71 x 17.31 10.00 13.74 6.55 x 16.30 7.03 8.00 5.86 11.48 9.

65 x 6.83 8.67 6.54 4.13 3.09 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 8.20 5.93 3.88 4.38 3.56 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 5.28 x x x x x 6.82 3.29 4.06 4.91 6.11 15.37 3.32 7.74 4.45 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 3.86 4.49 11.40 x x x 11.21 8.69 8.39 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 4.45 3.13 8.62 5.65 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 4.47 3.90 4.60 x 3.27 x 10.99 x 3.78 5.35 6.23 4.71 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.Natural Gas Monthly.30 9.97 4.65 6.29 6.93 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Note: US Import prices have been converted by IEA into US$/MBtu.60 4.49 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 5.51 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 15.61 4.93 5.71 3.23 3.III.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 6.95 4.16 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 9.49 4.74 6.72 5.13 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 5.73 8.01 3.49 4.75 3.88 13.22 .69 5.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 6.85 x 7.74 8.49 x x 3.43 7.81 4.29 3.89 7.09 9.75 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 8.82 x x x x x x 6.67 6.05 4.78 3.17 x 6. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .61 x x x x x x 5.46 3.91 9.23 11.06 3. Source: DOE/EIA .24 6.31 x x 9.69 8.03 7.84 3.86 4.75 4. using an average conversion factor of 1 020 Btu per Cubic Foot.70 3.88 x 9.34 x x x x x x x 5.13 5.38 6.55 x 3.58 8.19 7.07 4.48 5.57 5.05 x x x x x 10.65 4.12 4.08 9.

39 10.23 Table 13: LNG and natural gas import prices into USA (continued) US Dollars/MBtu United States LNG Pipeline Trinidad U.75 10.79 5.65 4.44 5..15 6.32 3.95 4.35 3..09 5.06 7.28 4.53 6.42 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.22 9.60 3.25 3.46 .65 6.78 3.97 7.78 x x x x x x x x x x x x 8.98 4.49 5.20 4.13 3.43 8.99 3.49 4.40 4.70 7.11 3.E.51 3.25 9.24 6.96 4.Natural Gas Monthly.44 3.26 3.11 8.02 11.00 3.61 4.20 4.61 x x x x x x x x x x x x 7.34 3..05 3.83 4.10 8.41 4.02 4.25 4.22 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 5.31 7.A.70 8.83 9.83 5.05 3.82 4.58 3. 6.13 4.01 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 8.52 4.50 3.96 2.84 4.19 4.72 5.06 4.79 3.22 4.77 4.29 3.02 3..66 11.48 3.77 4.55 3.04 4.38 4.16 4.49 4.39 10.86 3.90 4.24 5.02 4.40 4.28 8.42 7.38 4.31 3.48 4.42 3.10 12.79 3.13 2.22 4.18 9.54 6. 8.34 4.41 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 7.70 4.03 3.86 5.70 3.46 8.66 10.70 8.69 3.81 3.04 4.03 5.32 3.87 4.61 5.99 11. using an average conversion factor of 1 020 Btu per Cubic Foot.15 7.29 9.53 11.63 3.67 5.00 3. 9.19 4.50 4.87 4.68 7.47 7.17 4.86 5.78 4. 8.75 4.10 3.52 6.43 3.45 4.44 7.09 3. 8.13 3.36 9.10 12..28 4.84 10.02 4.25 .00 10.72 7.49 6. 6.89 8.94 .02 4.03 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 4.31 3.71 4.54 5.49 4.09 4.34 4.52 4.59 3.77 4.64 3.06 4.70 4.77 4.35 3.03 5.21 5.94 6.50 4.15 4.69 4.01 .19 4.06 4.69 6.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .99 4.53 11.53 7.83 12.III.70 4.84 4.43 8.55 5.10 .95 9.69 5.13 x x x x x x x x .11 5.70 6.31 7.49 3.71 4..56 9.16 2.96 4.32 3.78 3.23 4.48 3.81 4.04 4.43 3.15 2.77 5.08 9. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .49 4.38 5.50 3.83 9.47 5.97 8.29 6.53 2.71 4.54 3.60 3.06 8.77 3.98 4.96 4. 7.39 11.38 5.22 6.36 3.04 3.47 3.19 9..17 7.40 11.27 4.64 3.17 x x x x x x x x x x x x 5.39 9.83 4.95 4.02 4.59 3..67 7.06 4. Source: DOE/EIA .85 4.13 5.86 x x x x x x x x x x x x 5. 6.06 .49 5.13 4.19 4.66 5.96 3.43 5. Average Canada Mexico Average Origin 5.15 10.02 3.32 3.30 .42 3.81 4.30 6.38 5.97 4.16 4.48 6.23 4.77 4.42 ..33 12.16 4. 8.64 3.38 4.79 3.93 8.75 4.

23 1102.96 1130.75 819.22 1729.99 967.00 716.44 977.60 1035.77 1064.72 Source: Japanese Trade Statistics and Korean Energy Review Monthly.89 1506.20 1786.82 803.44 1780.48 1474.81 1055.20 1197.78 643.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 1098.39 864.16 1384.43 1367.60 x 1496.12 618.09 1095.66 903.19 x 971.99 1764.30 1106.70 1019.01 1018.13 968.44 1727.18 1644.76 1000.37 857.08 1033.33 815.63 1166.83 x 904.93 704.18 1036.84 1042.63 676.40 1250.90 x x x x x x 698.26 x 1759.94 1294.11 1108.37 1447.18 1210.40 1171.83 1341.83 1490.34 843.61 721.73 1067.63 x x x x x x x x x x x x 1327.30 1104.14 1276.80 1487.46 1480.28 1398.30 727.40 1932.43 1298.53 1214.38 995.48 1211.51 970.24 1119.85 1750.98 x x x x 1249.96 1125.22 1284.65 1280.84 x 513.59 708.83 1046.11 1300.01 1076.90 823.19 1231.73 618.89 995.82 1281.44 2070.01 1418.75 744.22 1437.36 x 1297.56 1353.38 1038.18 1088.71 x 1175.07 1515.69 1578.85 1136.87 1202.13 734.29 835.96 1212.32 960.27 2325.82 1165.76 1707.03 991.III.48 1311.93 x x 1359.19 863.57 1070.48 1279.30 1125.33 609.66 x 1218.41 789.41 775.98 794.47 1073.86 1243.83 682.62 1165.45 1171.91 859.55 1698.25 1328.55 742.62 990.63 764.28 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 1003.92 1339.33 731.20 1090.31 1427.49 1858.82 1086.11 x 1331.75 1049.74 992.34 755.98 2061.49 1248. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .28 1382.00 711.21 948.72 1421.17 1354.65 1055.81 x x x x x x 806.46 1972.37 677.89 x 1069.76 1034.24 .76 1095.44 2061.61 801.01 1269.99 1002.22 1270.16 1082.37 986.54 721.85 Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 Jun-09 Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 1230.11 776.48 1296.58 1031.48 954.86 1026.51 1474.51 1474.14 850.26 990.75 x 1764.64 959.05 717.07 1510.82 985.67 x x x x x x x x x x x x 1002.29 1147.89 1462.93 1639.42 1372.91 664.52 897.36 1405.44 768.04 x 667.20 1582.88 766.06 1021.83 1013.62 1256.12 1046.90 681.74 680.88 1193.56 780.27 1169.79 1478.71 1377.26 x 743.35 679.63 x 2084.90 1168.12 x 834.86 x 667.84 x x x x x x x x x x 1020.08 1007.67 1081.46 1692.96 1107.41 1193.25 1239.14 534.23 877.13 1142.21 1466.31 686.15 687.66 1376.62 806.28 841.19 1373.27 1120.52 x x x x x x x x x 552.88 839.62 1518.13 1039.05 1988.74 1203.40 x x 1185.37 832.02 777.39 x 1180.65 1216.64 1847.92 733.99 770.13 1691.09 1092.83 1091.18 1423.59 1013.68 1112.02 1208.45 948.93 1680.84 1389.37 1260.64 997.56 1367.73 1061.70 1066.00 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 993.14 1052.96 1108.95 664.06 1009.94 980.89 1526.44 920.60 1372.17 1503.19 1308.64 1056.08 934.47 678.87 1156.58 1131.23 683.46 981.61 1200.98 1194.70 770.13 1861.60 2006.95 1216.11 630.53 Jan-08 Feb-08 Mar-08 Apr-08 May-08 Jun-08 Jul-08 Aug-08 Sep-08 Oct-08 Nov-08 Dec-08 1027.50 1110.90 791.85 1162.67 1269.44 1196.32 648.29 2199.22 1091.33 748.47 548.28 x 1738.44 1587.67 1391.46 836.62 1388.86 1266.33 1350.17 x 1250.88 1228.83 1387.10 1213.03 837.86 1391.64 1327.63 1084.73 957.32 1053.93 2205.26 1406.13 1370.82 1700.

69 1272.27 553.36 1095.65 888.29 1033.34 567.04 514.32 1443.19 1121.02 957.78 712.33 1881.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .03 835.40 602.16 10352.21 678.76 854.12 709.24 18651.10 965.89 1051.79 2312.12 x x 1348.47 977.60 1110.81 702.21 10118.84 1605.14 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 1236.68 1074.34 x x 727.81 1067.41 18217.01 1279.11 1128.94 1179.86 19812.89 1298.67 837.33 10506.44 797.48 15754.14 1021.66 1253.82 16071.61 1216.39 511.12 1074.93 x 1164.13 950.83 1129.76 x 1311.58 904.81 1035.89 1277.93 898.86 757.32 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.83 1265.12 482.36 18259.93 16771.50 1056.96 687.67 1526.46 526.85 1102.61 12336.18 1292.17 9234.46 11032.10 1009.92 x x x x x x 706.93 12328.83 1225.80 1012.81 1092.45 x x x x x x x x x x 1162.90 653.23 915.39 892.49 9750.94 10440.05 727.37 1220.62 1173.14 804.07 859.50 1169.22 846.07 11249.11 1397.43 950.32 694.68 794.38 1260.95 965.88 1150.41 1105.17 921.63 699.20 970.18 972.50 926.05 1136.24 658.33 1010.89 903.65 1181.19 x 1341.68 11270.12 547.14 9477.52 15332.13 1072.29 x x 907.33 987.49 14404.24 1301.84 630.13 1309.87 755.75 12518.53 941.89 1040.62 1043.09 1238.55 1302.27 x 975.78 1435.82 1564.15 12256.10 1377.42 x x 1537.47 1326.84 611.23 1046.76 1090.47 13317.43 729.40 1082.41 656.00 x x x 986.14 769.56 803.51 1189.76 1000.58 643.92 841.97 1162.83 832.12 15772.77 12990.77 679.28 891.68 1204.76 832.11 1354.76 x 1363.30 1005.99 786.27 704.56 778.78 1008.86 11316.56 1321.44 11158.91 1024.98 711.50 885.69 x 996.26 757.60 1155.16 x 947.69 1000.81 1078.12 409.99 x 1438.49 14688.35 1477.33 775.69 7298.92 725.16 513.94 11707.31 1051.43 1427.22 1066.26 1270.25 Table 14: LNG import prices into Japan and Korea (continued) National currency/MBtu Korea (Won) Japan (Yen) LNG LNG Oman Qatar Trinidad U.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 1106.07 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 617.88 1013.92 1031.51 1190.30 932.82 1123.A.98 1144.07 685.72 777.47 819.49 708.32 838.15 731.71 1703.03 1003.42 1256.29 1642.52 1120.95 15666.27 950.95 1296.E.10 13669.54 11506.38 723.19 1145.46 793.37 470.90 1554.50 17168.95 1241.17 1042.38 746.48 1099.20 15562.40 911.16 1171. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .83 981.33 13147.32 1742.85 615.44 776.42 1333.53 1411.62 792.52 14319.74 994.96 20622.90 941.24 722.03 766.33 1115.19 860.64 715.61 1160.93 727.71 551.57 11304.III.58 6545.09 x 1460.38 1109.22 14119.21 538.83 1171.68 666.58 1205.46 805.79 949.75 788.83 1462.54 849.75 965.10 8765.33 1097.73 723.49 969.48 1098.71 1314.42 1060.01 454.89 1274. USA Average Average Origin 618.95 694.39 15190.46 1475.43 1687.26 13337.30 1047.06 1037.11 564.25 1158.05 1354.50 653.97 741.70 11746.22 1104.68 10493.73 1400.39 769.41 1022.73 x 1063.41 1602.56 640.09 949.71 619.32 1298.19 1132.60 1082.98 757.64 1308.99 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 12842.56 1699.80 756.29 984.02 1109.17 1408.77 9379.28 1189.16 1092.11 23926.06 991.10 1171.74 10783.02 951.58 1573.75 1233.50 1034.23 804.57 1220.45 859.83 11779.28 1011.00 1012.12 1029.39 x 802.53 655.29 1353.21 1211.39 906.72 923.06 1115.14 1008.86 15550.95 11481.93 1157.56 1087.64 1081.75 1543.34 1302.38 11298.13 1110.20 843.66 958.06 977.37 726.56 681.67 863.03 1337.79 910.16 638.33 945.59 1020.52 20736.89 603.09 670.

. 30 34 40 41 44 9 134 31 . c . 30 34 39 41 48 10 562 33 ...... . 17 .. 60 630 29 . c . 16 ... .. Average price in national currency per MWh on a gross calorific value basis..... c ... 24 . 18 . 53 43 18 20 . 334 28 . 8 162 32 31 ..... .. . 17 x 59 22 23 . 27 30 33 37 35 7 435 31 33 ....... 16 .... . 23 870 ...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. 190 19 .... . 17 26 36 28 9 222 c 31 . 26 x 112 27 32 39 24 407 58 53 18 14 ... 27 x 122 33 35 39 25 414 62 53 20 14 . 32 37 39 40 8 752 32 . .... 3 801 34 553 27 ....... 4 196 .. 18 ..... 131 17 . 15 x 61 22 17 .... 38 28 10 30 . 4 597 44 020 33 .. c .... . c 4 789 60 630 27 ... . 26 897 . 12 18 23 16 5 012 20 21 . . c 510 c .. c 492 c .. 3 847 . 25 925 .. 326 25 . 3 648 33 655 23 . 21 . 47 284 29 .. . 18 .. c 781 c .. 28 922 .... .. .. 43 35 14 27 . 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 .. x 79 27 32 . ........ 25 906 . 4 356 40 536 32 . 16 . .. . 102 13 .. c .... c . 15 . 12 19 .. 28 23 31 35 34 7 635 28 31 29 27 x 118 36 35 39 25 410 59 52 18 15 . 12 18 24 17 4 546 18 c . 27 x 120 33 37 39 26 414 58 52 18 13 .. 32 9 6 14 .. 16 . c 488 c . 15 .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 12 ..... . 16 .... 36 28 x 126 36 36 42 27 451 64 56 22 18 ... . 37 28 8 25 .... . 4 246 . .. 24 354 59 49 14 32 . 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 . 415 32 ... 18 3 034 14 c ... c .. 60 630 30 . 292 22 . 21 861 . 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... . x 62 24 25 .. 27 32 36 37 34 7 322 31 . 60 630 31 .. c 490 c ... .. c . 28 x 133 38 37 46 29 451 64 55 21 15 . 25 828 . 28 22 30 33 36 8 193 27 31 .. 28 971 ... 17 ... 15 . .. c . 17 28 36 . 17 . 3 836 . x 56 20 22 . 27 24 33 37 33 7 567 30 31 . 60 630 27 ... 66 701 30 ... 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 ...... 13 23 28 22 5 930 26 24 . c ... c 4 549 52 564 32 .. 13 . 21 790 378 28 21 29 33 33 7 312 26 31 .26 . 21 . 28 x 118 34 35 39 26 436 64 54 22 16 .... 322 26 .. 12 17 21 17 3 187 17 c . 25 869 ... 683 c ... ..... 28 x 122 34 35 39 23 436 64 55 22 16 . 64 213 27 .. 17 .. 122 15 . 66 519 28 .. 17 . .. 28 x 89 27 30 . 65 750 27 . c 602 c . 17 x 61 . 17 . 43 21 8 17 . .... c 480 c . 12 17 18 18 2 661 14 c . 37 30 9 25 .III. 70 322 30 . ... 18 . 16 x 50 . 27 24 33 37 33 7 708 29 31 . 26 x 117 27 35 39 26 407 58 52 16 1. 16 .. 15 .. 28 x 131 38 38 46 30 451 66 62 24 .

18 39 45 28 3 898 34 c 25 42 x 118 59 16 .. 25 3 695 34 c 29 39 x 107 . 44 47 62 69 65 12 855 61 .. .. 16 .. . ..... 24 49 65 63 9 715 69 64 ... 11 911 .. . .. 65 34 19 40 34 155 530 35 . 15 32 35 24 3 795 32 c 26 34 x 92 . 52 32 38 711 511 .. 12 204 . 45 61 67 78 12 782 58 ... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 66 32 20 44 39 745 592 42 .......... 21 39 .. . . . 773 488 . .. 1 056 . ..... 65 122 119 62 60 1 345 711 41 34 59 64 59 11 964 51 79 . 67 x 191 61 48 66 60 1 094 94 68 38 36 68 560 496 40 . 67 x 197 63 46 67 57 1 015 94 68 37 28 64 857 490 33 . 82 51 28 45 44 829 593 43 .. . 71 051 125 66 57 1 409 761 43 44 62 66 70 13 567 56 . 762 507 . 65 122 114 61 53 1 252 683 36 30 51 63 47 10 779 48 63 . .. .III.... . . 71 983 130 67 65 1 465 . .. 46 . Average price in national currency per MWh on a gross calorific value basis... 53 70 x 214 69 50 71 64 1 063 95 71 40 31 61 262 499 35 . 19 38 48 29 3 912 39 54 25 47 x 116 63 32 . 54 856 91 58 28 46 61 667 429 46 .... 57 45 .. 63 x 225 59 46 59 55 1 012 90 68 36 49 58 598 496 51 .. .... 11 819 44 732 81 48 .... 47 ........ 65 122 118 61 53 1 289 708 36 32 56 63 73 12 515 56 63 . 63 x 180 59 46 59 53 1 012 90 68 38 40 60 342 488 41 . . ...NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 24 48 63 ..... 60 14 17 39 29 438 . 60 009 137 60 66 1 247 . 26 . 52 . 73 x 280 77 51 78 66 1 063 95 69 40 32 66 009 397 34 .. 11 704 . .. 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. ...... 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 .. 67 x 256 63 46 67 59 1 015 90 68 36 35 60 564 486 35 ..... 68 778 121 63 57 1 370 752 43 41 59 65 57 12 368 50 70 .. ... 44 46 62 67 118 15 246 65 . 31 .. .. 47 35 . .... 12 395 52 505 98 54 . 780 506 . 45 .... . 1 008 . . 779 542 .. 73 x 209 77 51 78 67 1 063 98 78 45 1.. 72 42 21 47 40 728 583 45 .. . .. 5 398 63 64 38 62 x 148 70 47 . 21 41 53 42 4 205 46 57 33 55 x 123 67 37 . . 65 122 117 61 60 1 346 701 41 33 59 64 103 13 456 68 79 . 75 953 130 70 73 1 579 . 49 .. . .. . 65 x 164 67 46 . 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 .. 66 33 18 41 33 896 . 72 150 128 68 73 1 502 . . 19 40 48 30 4 697 38 c 26 46 x 114 60 24 .... 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 . .. 12 524 56 953 115 59 . . 66 x 241 61 48 66 63 1 094 94 68 38 51 67 171 434 51 .... 32 . 45 . 11 792 46 484 95 51 . 45 . 11 995 .... ..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........ 884 646 . 28 . 71 26 17 32 28 940 .. 49 35 . 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 .. 14 .

... c 7 130 c c .. 28 834 c .. c ... c 7 090 c c . .. .. c 496 c ..... . 87 ....... .... 9 6 19 ... .. 24 . . .... . 216 16 . . 51 15 ... c .. c . 253 17 . 51 14 ... . 51 13 1.. ...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.. c .. . 49 624 c .. c 4 379 c c ... .... 297 24 . 56 19 .. c ... .. ... c . ........ .... ... 15 . .. . 43 13 25 . ... . .. 13 .. .. . c . .. 26 . c . . c . . . 51 17 .. .. . 10 .. 102 12 ... c . 19 . c . . . . 190 18 ... 14 c 2 424 9 c . .. c . .. 239 17 . 75 23 30 .. . c ..... . .. 49 12 .. .. . .. . c . . . 89 . 21 . ... .. 24 ... c 9 280 c c . c 486 c .. .. 226 14 . 10 . 81 26 32 .. 61 21 .... . ..... c ..... 15 ..... c 9 248 c c .. 81 26 32 . c . 22 ... 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 . 15 23 . . c . 22 .. ... 267 20 . .. .. .. . .. 81 26 32 . . . 66 24 32 . .. . 51 15 . . ..... 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 . ... c . .. c 6 934 c c . 32 316 c ..... 28 6 21 ... 39 050 c .. c 6 510 c c . c 6 293 c c . . . 19 ... .... c .. .. 22 ... 21 7 20 ... 72 ... c . 234 17 . 10 .. ... 54 19 .III. . . 26 ... c 4 188 14 c . .... ... .. .. 64 16 . .. 78 26 32 ... .. . 63 .. 80 .. . . . . ... .. 10 .. 341 28 .. . c ... . .. . . . c 7 632 c c . . 237 16 .. c ..... c . c 3 831 12 c . . c . c 478 c ... . . 39 137 c .. . c . ... Average price in national currency per MWh on a gross calorific value basis.. c 7 800 c c . .. 75 .. ... 254 17 .. c . . 308 21 .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .... . . c . ... . .. 57 20 25 . c . .. .. 230 16 ... c ... 63 949 c ..... .. .. 83 ... 78 31 44 . 15 ... 76 25 26 . 77 .. 11 . c 6 371 c c . c . 234 16 .. ... . c 8 417 c c .. . 54 19 . 76 25 26 . c . c . . 35 10 21 .28 ... c .. c 475 c ... .. c . c . 55 . . 406 31 ... . 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.. .. 122 15 .. . c 8 927 c c . 57 17 22 . 82 . c 4 181 13 c .. c .. c .. . . 85 26 32 . . 80 . 79 28 26 .. . . 73 23 26 . c . 318 24 ..... ... 15 . ... c . . 77 . . . c ...... . ... . . .... 29 7 19 .. ..... .. 75 23 41 .. . c ... ... . c .. .... c .. . 74 25 26 ....... .. c 6 777 c c .. .. .... 21 .... .. 11 . 17 . .... c 4 904 c c ... ...... .... .. 28 8 23 .. c . 131 15 . ... ...... . ..... ... 235 17 .... . .... .. 20 . .... c .. . ..... c .. c 10 489 c c .... ... . .. . 54 18 . . . ...

93 30..47 28.14 34. .02 .66 49.01 63.54 56.15 .32 x 11.50 36. c 25. 45.36 41.35 41.88 48..76 37.10 47. .33 32. 10.18 47.59 37.26 44.06 ..49 56.92 34.30 34.67 33. 42.71 36..45 31.53 x 42.26 24.45 30.95 .93 52.61 49. 38.19 51.56 40.85 34.36 15.57 34.43 x 38.56 72.44 x 37. c ...63 44.27 23.59 x 39.69 42..60 51....83 .87 .15 c .00 37.89 45. 38... ..76 27.26 38. 34.23 11. 12.18 ..41 .75 21.91 15.21 41.72 28.49 .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 7.62 41.02 28.91 .24 31.00 c .10 . c .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. . 15.37 33. 32.15 .97 .92 36.21 ..30 47..57 52.19 48.21 24.23 37.53 37. 51.68 c .19 51.03 42...16 16..65 19. 53.01 28.85 51..62 26. 60.09 49.07 10.05 22.27 20.18 25. 13. 36. 61.72 .III. 37.. 29.14 .53 33.14 40.31 32.19 14.. 17.24 15.64 22. . 16..31 50. 57. c 14.16 .48 .84 . c 13.58 37....87 36.69 14... .86 64.83 35.65 19.64 34. 25...44 .22 58.26 . 15.74 ..09 37.25 ..90 43.23 c 42..09 51. 14.. 14. 61.96 .41 64... . c .73 18.21 55.93 13.35 . 30.27 15. 24..23 12. ...69 32..90 .14 47...79 .12 x 15.08 .30 19. 14..04 20.21 67.79 45.35 .82 46. 17.00 43.44 45. 37...98 51.62 .. 30.86 29.34 . c . 53. c 12.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .51 .51 25.92 43.97 37.97 .59 20.31 70..71 .. 42. 7. 21. 60.00 . Average price per MWh on a gross calorific value basis... 35. 36..85 . ..96 .99 51.65 20.11 53.70 . 40. 35.34 .... 8.57 50. 29. .08 ..59 34.41 ..80 17..77 45.62 29..97 45.72 46..99 53. c .39 .74 .47 12.51 17.63 62.81 57. . 33. 34.21 30.06 ..76 .61 45. c .86 32.56 13.05 46.. 14. c .07 53.59 55.44 42.47 . 29.93 ..34 c .95 16.40 x 32..39 34.52 45.69 x 44. .84 16...13 52..03 ..24 .17 15.89 45..62 73.99 .59 .22 67. 30. 14.32 21.09 1....21 23.92 44.17 . 11.59 18.69 20.57 41.08 33.54 19...85 .69 c .77 64.08 41. .67 46. 38.41 x 38. 8. 21. .11 33.47 c .13 24.. 30. 37.75 37.31 16.. 7.81 34.38 . 33. 16.15 19.18 50.14 54.66 33.13 41. c .98 .06 56.70 c .35 28.61 33.08 .95 39.54 .72 47.75 52.86 54. 39.52 56.36 23.52 .35 48.41 20..41 43.41 c ... .03 35.70 52.65 .00 9.89 61.97 35.45 53.88 35..59 c .66 52. 23.92 77.....43 49.71 .63 30. 33.02 30.56 12.10 ..10 .34 37..59 12. 19.53 .. 16. 34.15 35. 19..70 38..71 x 41.. 32...97 24. 15.49 17.99 55..28 .88 20.48 11.14 x 14.92 c .56 20.85 21.30 50.53 38..23 20. 18.21 x 41.31 49.01 .. 33.01 .43 24.57 56..84 25.54 19.71 27....97 66.90 14.72 69.61 37.89 ....46 x 39.26 45. .43 12.23 ..36 .55 41.91 ..61 .25 36.86 44.60 .74 19..42 53.72 32.05 ...86 .83 .25 15.98 56.21 45.. 33..21 x 37.64 46. 17.32 44.. c 17.58 38.15 47.77 .16 30.41 50.10 37...02 20..06 46. x 15..91 28.97 9.95 .78 . ... c 48.85 64. .67 ....05 9.. 36.39 49..08 25..19 50.79 40.09 40.23 .49 c . x 19.46 49. 25. 12. 48.74 29.97 39. .29 38.44 . 16. 15. c 34.01 52.. 17.05 . 35.89 45.. ... 16.76 .79 27...98 .86 44. 17.37 39..05 48.57 20. 10.04 47...41 .69 23.09 ..67 32. 39. 14.23 .43 25. c .68 53. 9. 39.22 45.93 43. 50.95 20.29 . . 41.54 28..88 71.30 57.63 43. 35.01 18.33 . 37. 27.72 .35 x 45.44 42. 35.42 .57 47.23 x 45.54 16. 30.95 56. .35 14. 36.80 c 38.01 50. 52. .93 .36 64.10 x 14.85 39.05 17.44 40..10 40.20 34. 33.43 42.02 52.76 .15 31.06 39.25 37.86 10. .91 51. c 54.. 10. ..33 35.95 .52 54.95 53.98 18.32 69.55 13.00 34. 39.83 35..82 .74 25..58 .31 50. 37..03 38.39 15...37 56..25 26. x 25. 27.77 .80 c .65 34.33 60.55 37.56 47..53 43. 17. .66 35...59 .30 .21 69..56 44.95 50. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .59 .75 47.47 19.. . 16..23 .56 61. c 18.43 23.84 66..72 . 39..22 57.. 37. 21..32 29.13 .96 43. 37..62 34.23 .52 12.54 . c ..

.70 94.95 82.53 90.41 57.28 35. .09 x 66.42 19..94 31.54 48.01 96.87 140.10 137.56 70.30 .78 38.87 .36 86.. ..49 84..52 92.36 43.22 166.97 x 68..05 120.34 61.66 .20 96.01 60.90 x 21.72 157.10 95.49 .54 79.56 89. 58..16 83.37 51.53 87.13 56.23 . .. 23...15 50..04 .44 58.47 32. 65..82 30.80 41.55 82.80 54.91 .01 .54 35..71 38. 42.90 98..36 43.01 34.46 81..88 32.93 137.61 77..01 . 31. 80.09 .43 93.71 22. 97.24 64.29 25..06 63.16 63..96 134.89 69.64 114.13 38.80 1.03 60.17 30.92 94.73 c 23.04 118.11 39. 30.77 66.62 31.67 31.69 40.30 43. 19..53 . 25. .63 108.62 51. 54.92 110.97 .43 49.55 91.13 83. 87. 106...93 92.46 77.25 . 20.48 87.31 ..12 ..66 21.. .09 76. .76 79.48 146.94 68.93 x 63.81 34.51 88.36 .83 104. 64.06 76..74 109...51 45.25 91.. 23. .21 81.75 79.03 29.43 117. .36 89. 30.35 78.17 x 71.98 10.90 99..46 .31 49..84 x 72..58 82...20 146.69 129.76 73..91 36. . 86.13 2010 2011 1Q2010 2Q2010 3Q2010 4Q2010 1Q2011 2Q2011 3Q2011 4Q2011 37. 31.03 64.83 27.04 45.63 50. .72 62..58 67..35 c 23.96 89..29 c 29.82 81.05 74. 17.41 71.44 . 13.61 58. .05 68.50 45. 102..91 .76 57.71 20..29 60.01 66.79 38...34 45..32 84..08 15.02 89.63 .68 70.14 103.80 41.85 53.57 61. .45 42.38 .42 56.42 .71 87.34 61.11 34. 33.24 13.19 78. 52.27 98. 135. 74.99 36.67 82.26 55.06 174.32 55.78 73.31 x 62. 55.68 87.16 40.91 108.42 78.86 100.29 145.68 .53 96.86 140.30 45. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .05 .87 41.38 66.31 42. 27.04 37.84 33.45 51.04 87. .32 90..61 ...65 ..02 56.69 94.14 .18 83.14 43..05 18. 106.85 36. 102.27 163.32 40.94 90. 90.61 x 80.67 56.68 44.61 71.72 95.55 124.80 51.50 91.50 73.36 x 47.20 71.35 100.87 70..70 30.44 65.69 67..92 63.11 90.71 29.73 80..45 105.69 74.22 49.61 106.38 22.88 46..02 67.03 38.05 39.27 29.78 79..03 . 42.68 129.87 .11 82.53 55.82 113..37 22. 27.54 62..61 94.93 107.68 61.. 142..04 50.74 26.70 87.91 58.24 31. 88.94 46..06 53. .73 62.98 x 95.67 103..11 22.39 79.52 x 26.26 93..48 34. 65.85 34.87 67.80 x 29.21 99.05 72.61 .20 12.37 36.84 29.81 118. . 23.51 59.. 56.90 70.94 .07 56.32 41. 43..37 .. .36 94.41 52..03 46.18 55. 35.42 43.35 78.37 80.53 83.40 64. 95.15 82.42 65.80 59. 111.18 84. 55.67 .73 . 61.57 85.65 100. 36.82 56. .57 53.17 42.22 95.39 75.32 133.05 139.98 102..93 97.86 24.17 88.72 50.75 106.93 87.22 40.23 68.80 79.94 82.99 .04 86..92 . 46.27 56. .67 x 59. .81 38. 109. 73.24 .31 x 28.60 96.36 .53 .08 133..37 59.20 86.80 62.81 . .45 91.15 63.19 25.85 86.66 78.77 114.90 91.38 85.III.11 74.68 87.21 42. 22.62 32.67 87.20 126.86 82.41 63.92 31.13 .20 92...39 36..84 36..28 39..00 52.07 96.94 35.97 .87 .35 c 25.28 .56 47.32 68.94 x 67.98 67.13 94.74 80.. 65.54 21.....27 48.50 .94 43.58 87.78 ..41 . 66.69 x 31. 9..27 51.33 36.44 29. .04 .59 42.09 86.39 81.81 53.72 76.92 71.05 81.29 39. 58.06 68.10 45. 57.89 91. .93 42.90 30.00 54.95 .40 .. 25..87 94.41 149.50 37.13 44.42 51.62 126.. 9..49 .45 106.45 .85 41..08 80.91 61.32 x 82.. 22.58 44.44 81.. . 48.52 101.90 107.. .00 91.71 . 42.41 94..51 96.45 58..73 .87 .04 77.95 35.66 78.79 72.32 68.23 73.01 127..10 61..51 ..27 50.67 x 87. . ..17 45.24 .67 87.98 .93 86.82 142.98 80.34 53..26 89..62 20.08 .22 .07 69.37 29. .76 47. 51.38 88.. 90. 52.71 40.64 87. .90 121.14 .04 75.74 .60 75.23 ....28 84.40 .44 168.78 104. 100..35 61. 55.09 164. 19.97 .99 73.74 .28 46.04 75.69 ..13 67.45 39.44 57.83 89.51 82. ..41 76. 61...77 78.. 62. 93. 66. 49.92 59.90 107.49 .58 85.27 19..51 .52 67.. Average price per MWh on a gross calorific value basis.74 ..06 34.70 . .11 82.. 21. 32.89 27.13 88.97 55.82 x 38..16 58.33 42.01 73.17 20.55 72.26 34.89 88.82 69.84 36. 26.31 .12 32. .56 81.20 46. .65 92.28 .45 79.08 56.23 67.08 114.13 44.71 87.61 128..04 57.32 .62 61.88 82. . ..70 .43 56.64 . 107.40 102.46 62.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 17.92 x 66.40 64. 42. . 57.73 85.81 35.85 80.08 .71 65. .

. ...... 34. . .. . c 21....39 .... . c 33. . c . .61 . 32. ... .... . 27. .94 . c 16. c . . .18 30. .56 14.59 ....51 c c .. .75 .35 ...14 . . ..58 c c ... ...04 17. 25.47 c . ..27 .. 40. 23. 12.97 ..92 c .88 . 29.72 ... c 13.40 19.86 35. 17. . c .. 33. 16. c 32. .50 .... .53 32... 27. 41. c 48.. c .25 . 15. .64 . ..63 .43 9. 11. c . . .. c .88 . c .. . 58.55 12...09 33.. c .39 32. c ... c 32. ...86 ..48 17. ....31 44.75 .53 35.. 9. c . . .03 c .III. ........ ..09 24. c . . .65 61.. 8...64 20...51 31. 37.... c 46. 19.03 . c .83 16.. 12. 18.37 36. c . . ......70 c c .08 .. . 33. .. c .. 20.40 32.. c .......71 .97 .. ... c .64 16.28 28.57 c ..64 . 31.. c 12. 23..82 . c .63 c c .. c 35..92 46.. .04 23. c .. . .14 . .98 .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.. .. . 34.. 33.64 14.. 19. c . .72 .79 . ...44 .90 18. .68 ..62 . .. 30. . 35.. c .38 30..... c ..11 32...25 44. .28 . . . 27.. . c ..37 .62 56.24 12.. .09 21. .....39 .86 . .36 .22 . c . .. c . . 19. . 29... c .... 9. 24. . 21.. 21. 19.... .14 ..04 c . . .81 ..59 .. c .12 22.02 .11 c . ... 16...12 20. c 13. .. .65 . c .24 .. c 24..... ...62 c c . 23. .... 34... 29.21 . . 27. c . 16.03 16.32 c c .10 22.37 16.84 .49 c c .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .05 15.95 12... . .. .55 c ... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..... . . .. c .. . .... 21. .. c . 19...29 .. . c 44.65 18.23 16. ... c 32. .. 24.17 11. ... ..73 . .32 29.84 16.45 c c .28 .15 26. ....37 . . ...27 . . c . 27. 20. . ..63 22.... ........ c 53.. 11.39 .16 ..32 .16 .. 27. . 19..16 .75 . 29.... . .... 34....... 24.74 24. ... Average price per MWh on a gross calorific value basis. .78 . . 9.. . c 17. 20. 49.52 c . ....... 15..10 .. . 29.. . 18. .66 36..92 c .94 19. .14 37.38 31.67 .78 35. .... c ...70 c c . . . 9. .52 . . ... .94 36. .60 20. c 37. c . c . c .91 . c 32. 13.. 25.95 9.....69 18. 18. c . .51 .. . . . .....55 12.14 15. ..32 ... 19. ...50 . ..59 32...49 34.. 27.. . .57 .14 14. . 27.. . 23. . .19 .18 c c .30 ..... c .. 31. c . 26. 19.... . 14. 42..07 43..56 42...36 31.. 36.33 . 16.. ... 26. c ..74 ..... 25. .. .. . ..96 c c .07 c c . .09 c .82 . 23..02 . . ..59 8..... .18 c .. ... c 18.14 ..01 .. ..37 . 25.. ..20 23.04 33.. . 25.. . 35.. ... 31. . .02 31.83 .60 c c . 17.10 ... 25. c . .43 30. 17..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 .. .19 c 8.69 .77 ..02 c c . .89 21. 10....... 33. 34. .. .45 16.. .49 .68 .01 c . 38. 20.81 20.69 44...25 30....21 35.. 36. .90 14.37 10... c 14.. .. .. . . ...60 13. c .00 c c . .32 1.22 . 17.. 21.18 .19 24..18 .49 8.. c 42. c 41.42 . . .44 .03 ..24 .67 . ... .50 c ... c 32..82 . c ..28 32. .. c .95 c ..00 34. ... 14.. c . c .01 ..96 . 14. . 14. 26. . c .70 25. 33..45 18..89 .61 c c .

..4 601.0 851.5 952.. . ..4 164..4 134..4 ..8 1 306.9 613..8 1 503.5 1 146. .9 2008 Steam Light HSFO3 Fuel Oil Coal2 . 275. . .6 . .. ..8 .2 x 1 068. . 470.4 .8 934.2 679..2 729. x 106. 1 511.4 467.9 1 258.4 .9 201... x c .. c .. .7 586.0 107..1 .8 1 391...0 . 496.8 .. c . ..9 426.1 ...3 ..0 266.. .. . c 352.2 715..0 . .9 810. 116.0 . . 504.8 686..9 701.8 537.6 575.8 x 664.2 1 084.0 307.9 .9 ..9 479.3 335. ..8 567.3 1 122... 139. .7 .3 599.3 .9 510. ...8 1 063.4 .9 x 550.2 636.1 804.. 418. .3 1 378.1 640.. . x 239. 229.2 1 048.8 1 194. .3 c 259.4 . 1 233...9 . .3 .... . 1 116... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 2007 Steam Light Natural HSFO3 Fuel Oil Gas Coal2 . 276.6 728. x 124.. 358.1 1 269.9 433. . c 1 035. . 1 181..3 ...2 490. x x x 670. 394. 158.8 x 1 031... . 700.6 1 095..0 600.1 643.4 597..9 935. .7 . 422.3 538.1 490.7 504.0 2011 Steam Light HSFO3 Fuel Oil Coal2 .6 . .1 ... .. 227..3 .3 412.1 c 545. 1 339.. .0 389.7 1 156.. 1 437. 569.0 589.2 805. c . .4 421..2 1 850.7 . 181.. 622...8 1 115. .1 474.3 486. 208.5 365. x x x 497...3 421.. 297.. 435. 498.7 ..7 662.9 753...6 563. . .5 812.6 392... .2 678.4 792. .0 670. . 583.5 .1 ..4 . c 808. 423. .. .. c .6 689..5 x 784. 1 083.8 608.. . x x x 366..2 . . x x 1 169. 912.0 342..7 .8 741. .. c . x 459.9 413.3 ....4 898.5 178..7 682..4 ...9 1 008.. x 326.. 3. 381..1 254..3 589..0 490. .2 1 042.7 1 090.. .1 883... ..7 . 504.0 ..9 ... .0 ...1 852. .0 682....1 ..5 274.9 422.2 806.7 ..3 617.7 . ..1 .1 x x .0 . 483.6 458. .6 .6 240.8 388... .6 .8 617. 555. Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom 302. Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Turkey United Kingdom 191..7 . . 772...8 826. 1 047.1 .3 781. 394.9 1 194.6 ..8 391.3 1 420.9 738.. 175.7 369.9 1 066. .3 . . 333.... .8 ..0 .2 458. 185. 887. 138.9 .7 435. 406... 794.9 574.. 893. 238. .8 ..7 499. x 88. x x 836. 525.2 804... 252.5 c 348.7 . 923.1 536.8 x 505..3 1. .8 835.3 759... x x x 361.7 383..5 450..7 1 083. c .1 1 154.9 1 169. x x x 314.2 .2 532.5 .1 . 475.8 x 745.2 .4 ..3 958. . .. x x 667. . 673.. 385. 382.8 . .4 .8 739. 394.9 665..1 452.. . .. . ..7 372. 203.8 966. c .6 674. . .0 558.9 .3 .5 762.4 735..9 443.6 ..7 782.6 x x .4 .1 ..5 . .4 . 525..3 749.3 .. ...1 634..7 217. High Sulphur Fuel Oil.9 487. x 140. 336.1 .5 865.1 1 052. . . ..9 1 071..5 ..8 736.3 .9 196.. 481. 501. x x 1 040.6 . 274. 808.7 203.4 568. 778...9 114.3 .. Tonne of oil equivalent on a net calorific value basis. x 303.9 1 424... x x 969.4 ..4 782. 298..1 .0 .. .7 476. .3 .3 2006 Steam Light Natural HSFO3 Fuel Oil Gas Coal2 ...1 . . x c .. .7 718. 822.6 516..1 .2 .3 517.5 2010 Steam Light Natural HSFO3 Fuel Oil Gas Coal2 .9 x x . . ..3 806..2 437. ..6 707..5 497......5 .3 141...5 648..8 691.8 259.2 .9 751.5 . .1 x 622. .9 . .1 666.. 178. x 299..0 765. c 447.. x x x 489.3 x 416..5 612.1 650. .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.2 .5 495.9 . c .7 487. 233.6 ..7 702..7 .3 482.5 677. ...2 ..6 . 582.3 x x ..9 186.2 c . 517.4 574... c 609.....3 . 602.4 1 231. x c . 255. . .0 938..1 . .3 . 658. ...9 1 020..0 391. For the Czech Republic and Turkey. 193.0 1 149. x 218..7 711.. 440.0 .. . 786.6 519.2 .7 . 368.2 937. 227. ..2 768.7 .7 542. c .5 749.1 .. 679. 463. ...9 562.3 c 499.0 ..6 .6 199.4 x x .2 689. c 996.. c . .7 .0 640.8 .III. 532.0 764.3 877.8 550. 1 199.... .6 909. x 217.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..3 . . 1 036.1 648.0 c ..0 .8 634..3 177.0 650.. 679.8 752....1 784. x 92.. c 628.7 326.6 459.2 .4 649.6 723..2 713.4 .8 . ...2 . 214.9 1 167.3 269. . 903.. 646..9 .. x 110. 1 152..7 489.7 383.....4 713.7 862.0 ..32 .8 . 471... .. 355.2 .6 1 096..7 820.2 .2 619.6 158...4 x 480.. .8 828.3 162.0 .2 .4 635. 920.9 559.0 483.0 582.... the price shown is for brown coal..5 595. .5 656.8 1 531. 1 170.1 .3 x 590.5 763.8 .0 . . .0 .9 772. 1 033. x x 818..2 594....8 816.4 1 867.. 953. .. 541.4 1 156.8 675.9 1 429. . .4 1 031. x 108.2 520.9 1 439. 258. .3 .6 826. ..2 .. 2.. 756.5 571.6 460.0 x x .. 112.. .0 .... 614..5 1 070.3 c 356.... x 108.6 .8 669.7 684. ... ..2 ... 521.. . ...0 459.5 .4 87. x 275. .. c 705. .0 843. .7 229. c .8 1 352.8 .6 c 290.8 198.8 370...0 1 388. .0 760.3 1 589.2 694.7 630..4 537.. 713.9 186.0 2009 Steam Light Natural HSFO3 Fuel Oil Gas Coal2 . .9 777... c 784... 360.4 836. 230.7 701..3 1 045. c 298. 219.3 .5 808.0 309..6 ..3 540.

7 2 347. 918.0 1 396.. .2 748.9 .4 983.9 1 291.5 1 093.2 2 141. 1 915..9 1 194.4 931.7 1 035. 1 540.4 .3 1 906.3 1 362. 1 121.9 1 272.2 1 108.9 1 377.9 .0 .5 1 022.. .6 1 439.4 .5 968.1 825..6 1 129.1 2007 Light Fuel Electricity Oil 919.5 x 858.3 1 541.1 1 754.0 .8 969..2 464.9 551.5 .4 1 760.4 1 385.5 4 092.9 1 453..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 442.4 .7 1 106..9 906.4 1 921.4 1 803.3 1 675.2 2 556.4 3 549.9 899.7 3 106.3 3 304.1 3 433.2 1 698.3 1 840.5 1 102. 1 155.8 1 221.4 1 819.2 503..8 ..1 .3 2 532.5 2 156.2 873.1 x 1 503.8 885. 1 047..0 2 542.9 1 006.1 1 156..4 2 276.8 825. .7 620.6 905. 1 690.9 1 066.6 2 682.3 3 172.9 925.5 2 535.6 x 1 654.0 1 037.1 3 034. 1 145.5 1 107.4 1 242.9 1 926. 1 487...6 1 962.2 1 312.7 1 808.. 331.5 1 087.7 2 710.7 2 693.8 1 422.7 1 049.8 999.9 x 764.9 1 610.7 1 546. .. 713.1 1 851.5 3 000.3 1 112...3 ..5 2 395. . 803.2 958..7 1 808.4 4 001.4 1 945.9 2 128.7 1 665..7 1 203.2 2 234.2 1 523.9 978.8 3 753.6 578.2 717..8 .7 1 536.5 2 118.7 960.1 .8 1.3 1 842. .8 1 171..0 577.4 1 362.1 1 704.7 2 626.0 .5 1 312.0 1 131..3 791.4 2 033.6 .4 1 596.0 1 184. 2 363.7 2 157.. 1 836..5 .4 1 585.3 958.0 1 326.8 .9 1 069..3 970.2 .4 461.7 2 071.3 1 193. .6 1 046.9 1 116.0 732.1 1 241.. 1 590.8 2 377.1 2 478.0 2 256.1 1 654.5 1 042. 1 145..2 ..7 2009 Light Fuel Electricity Oil 789.8 527.3 1 138. 803. 841.4 776..1 2 176.1 942.3 2 988. 1 361.0 955.8 x 890.4 1 672.1 1 239.7 1 877.4 615.0 1 028.3 1 419.1 1 411.4 1 780..2 1 984.1 3 059. 1 158.5 1 037.4 680.4 872.2 1 157.7 x 1 037..0 1 239.8 2 561.0 1 081..1 2 766.8 ..2 3 017.4 961..2 1 319.6 1 410.5 1 030.6 890.6 .3 1 092.7 954. .5 1 710.2 2 211. 391.3 1 771.1 2 119.9 2 175.2 x 1 039..6 1 130.6 1 255..9 1 340.9 1 001.9 872.8 1 157.8 1 384.6 3 088.1 .9 749.9 962.4 1 215.7 2 656.3 Natural Gas 537.6 584. .1 1 153.3 729.2 1 287.3 2 684.0 2 704.5 3 060.9 .4 1 531.6 1 215.1 2 995.. 850.0 2 450. 1 579.8 1 090.8 1 349.4 1 025.0 1 148.2 2011 Light Fuel Electricity Oil 1 298.8 477.1 1 140.6 ..3 814..1 1 152. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 1 750.8 965.6 860..6 1 261.9 . 964. 673..0 .8 2 319.3 517.6 712.8 1 280.6 2 505.0 2 965.3 1 088.5 691.5 2 052.1 .9 721.1 992.1 497.3 1 128.7 2 466.2 975..3 1 635.0 1 159.4 1 227.0 .1 2 505.9 2 141.0 643..4 3 313.5 2 082.8 1 178.3 3 696.2 764.4 730. 998.4 467..6 789.2 .5 .4 820.7 1 910. 1 436.1 2010 Light Fuel Electricity Oil 995.0 2 241. 2.4 785.0 813. 1 421..8 2 973.0 2006 Light Fuel Electricity Oil 842..4 2 144.5 1 581.4 664. 1 374.1 1 117.3 1 140.3 801..9 2 484.8 1 948.6 1 111.0 781.3 683. 899.1 .2 1 251.8 .2 2 704.2 1 006.6 2 810.0 2 699.6 592.8 .0 1 121.6 1 525.1 1 177.2 1 231..9 .2 954.9 730. 980. .5 796..3 867.4 1 290.1 1 696.2 1 099..9 2 243.4 1 273.7 556..6 2 554.4 1 504.9 837. Electricity price excluding taxes.2 1 032.1 1 369.5 .7 x 1 068. 988. .0 3 744. 839.0 4 241.8 1 353.9 1 815.7 2 223.2 1 143...5 967.7 2 476.0 . 911.9 1 878.1 1 303.8 701.0 1 244.8 1 046. 1 675.6 2 868.0 .7 1 710.2 . 1 730.9 1 040. 1 329.6 656.6 2 044.9 781.9 1 497.3 2 028.2 954.9 2 743. 426.7 2 398.8 2 039.6 768. 1 975.. 641.7 1 323.0 930..1 878.1 1 030.3 1 342.9 935. .7 1 341.1 925.2 1 916.0 1 559.8 2 092. 2 450.9 1 384. 603.1 840.III..2 .0 2 484.. 2 483.2 790.0 1 523.4 547.5 794.9 1 477.4 1 781...7 .0 954.2 1 170.0 2 068.0 . 1 935..6 1 818.2 .9 961. 1 696.2 1 200. 950.2 1 969.9 2008 Light Fuel Electricity Oil 1 209.9 2 183.3 725.8 .2 2 382.1 2 020.1 1 811.3 1 031.2 ..1 1 765. .3 1 433.2 1 096.9 2 308.9 .6 1 824.6 1 496.7 1 073.7 3 074.0 1 919.7 1 502.8 2 885.5 Natural Gas 479.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .3 1 144.9 1 446..0 894.4 1 253.5 ..1 472.7 .5 2 469.0 3 000.1 3 242.2 943.6 1 478..3 2 647.33 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 535.4 827.8 2 571. 1 477.8 x 1 140...0 2 578. 1 347.7 .8 873. 704.6 921..6 .0 1 837.9 1 197.2 . .0 928. 1 475.7 1 911.9 2 226. .6 .1 4 757.4 .9 Natural Gas 561.0 1 051.1 869. 2 174. .3 1 417.5 979.8 3 706.8 .6 .3 .4 .4 4 142.1 2 083.1 832..6 728.4 823.7 . 2 189.0 2 539.8 2 584..3 586.9 2 226.8 2 821.5 2 455. 1 626.3 1 220.6 x 616.5 2 502.7 908. 781..3 1 595. 1 857...5 1 279.4 1 758..1 Natural Gas 478.6 1 112.3 1 185.8 . 1 376.7 2 831.4 4 605.2 1 522. 1 532.6 2 994.8 1 205. 1 461.3 .3 1 277.5 1 589.4 2 428.9 1 947.7 1 419.1 2 131..7 1 157.8 2 534.6 632.5 x 1 290.1 .5 1 072.1 2 276. 990.2 2 856.4 984.4 1 415.3 936.3 1 183.9 1 105.8 2 502..4 x 933.0 2 004.3 1 040.4 .0 1 252.7 858.6 1 140. .5 2 012..6 1 018..1 2 606. Tonne of oil equivalent on a net calorific value basis. 1 809.9 1 794.

7 327. c ...8 c 184. . 667. .8 185. 242. c 693.. 382.. . 220. c 356.. .9 2009 Steam Coal2 . 137. c .. 356. . . ..5 388. .. 377. . . . c 229. . . .5 . x 138.....3 .. Tonne of oil equivalent on a net calorific value basis..6 . x 514.6 c . 153.6 . ..... .1 208..... c 205. ....3 . c .... c .9 x ... 583.6 ..2 . 530. 91.5 . ... ...3 . 431.6 141... .7 ..5 ... c .4 .5 x 303. x 124.. c .8 . .1 123. 152. 836.2 Heavy Fuel Oil 272..0 92...3 .. .2 c 140.8 . .3 . c .. c ...5 c . 2.7 82.2 .2 305.III.. ... 1 169...4 c c .. ..7 144.... 425.7 212....9 .6 150.. For the Czech Republic..1 .. .6 95...4 312. .0 c c . .8 .7 577...1 x .3 227.7 . 156. ..7 221.7 c .2 412...5 760. Mexico and Turkey. 121.. .1 . .8 460..5 c c ..... .. 236..7 .1 .4 . .. 78... ...7 . x 536. c 98.6 63. .1 282.1 ..5 734.0 ... ..1 ... .. c 421.. .3 ... 137.. . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY 2007 Steam Coal2 46. c 549.0 .. . c . . x . 597. .2 125.6 219.. x 160. 301.. ..6 ..... .9 394. 165... 530.8 ..1 410. .5 x 299. 247. . .. 113.. . 623.. . . ..1 . 487.4 135.0 c .. .5 .8 432. .2 432.1 ... .0 c ...4 ...... . . .8 x c ..8 c .8 461.3 c c . . 119.... ..... .. c 510. 357.8 . 249. 351.. 349..2 816.. .3 84.6 421.7 529.0 144.0 798... ..9 573. . c 202...4 166.0 174.. c 160.6 .. . .1 . .. 197...7 Natural Gas 295. . c 183.8 244.. . ..7 99. 517.. 99.4 . c 165..6 .. 355.9 Natural Gas .5 .1 c .2 220.....9 291. 335..2 x c .. c . .. . ... . ..4 170....... .4 112.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 .9 . .5 421..9 223. . ... ..0 .... . . .. 167. .. 258. . 249.. x 388...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. ..0 .6 241.3 323. c ... x 400.6 . ..7 ..2 .9 c c .. .6 122.. . .. ....8 443.. x 181.0 130. .8 540.0 .7 381....5 .1 .6 Natural Gas . 207. .0 360. x . 276. . ...5 Heavy Fuel Oil ...7 145..8 500..3 368... .. .9 ...4 . 518.5 639...6 77.. . c 435..3 2008 Steam Coal2 47.8 352. 969.. ... 439. 159. .. 428. 361. .. .. 388.7 136.. .2 . .8 . .1 .....5 ... ...1 Heavy Fuel Oil 231. .4 ..2 c . ...5 119.4 66.6 1...5 Heavy Fuel Oil .. .7 100.0 .. ..8 Natural Gas .5 .7 . . 125. x 330. 311. . 234.. .2 . c . .. . 635. ..0 c .. c .. . .6 .. x 687..4 . . . .6 319. c 542..4 .6 174...9 113.. x 161. . 406. 503. 225.. . 1 040. .9 133.5 159. .4 231.9 .34 ..7 .6 .4 c 145..8 . .. 750. c .. . . 437.9 170. c . c .9 402.. c 570.. 513. .7 114. x 187.5 .6 x .....4 183. ... ..3 396. 157. the price shown is for brown coal..1 c 202. . .7 41.3 111.5 . . c . c 134...7 .. 416.2 573..3 118. . .5 c . .. .. 267.. 380..1 206. 324.4 Heavy Fuel Oil . c 385. 377. . c 134. 544. c . 801. 601...9 117. 429.6 x c . .4 .4 . . c 219. 298. c ..7 90.. 362.. 266..3 305.. 243. . . ..5 ..3 . 469. .0 c c .6 x 459.4 .2 144.7 467. 437... c 235. 818..0 .7 x . 271.9 82.6 182. 186.4 2011 Steam Coal2 .2 c .. .8 ...7 2010 Steam Coal2 ..3 210.8 .. 440. 557..1 Heavy Fuel Oil .

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Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3.IV. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. 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. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.3 OECD TOTAL * Tables 1. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4.

3%) Oil (52. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (24.3%) Nuclear (1. wind.2%) Coal (20. biofuels & waste.0%) Hydro (2.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 3741 Mtoe) (TPES: 5305 Mtoe) Oil (36.6%) Hydro (2.3%) Coal (22.3%) Other (6.9%) Other (2.4 .6%) Nuclear (10. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. solar.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD TOTAL Graph 1 .9%) .1%) Natural Gas (18.5%) Note: Other includes geothermal.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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 . electricity & heat.IV.

67 120.87 847.39 1 317.59 421.22 710.23 96.21 451.60 0.92 7.05 43. 0.11 503.99 1 478. .63 594. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .3..97 .69 1 080.90 0.33 18.24 0. 0. ..76 470.79 2 941.98 126.22 1 035.76 302.52 2 339.72 1 533.25 221..50 849.67 556.43 4 522.07 1 003.01 2.24 3 793.98 4.84 991.92 261.55 1.91 1 241.89 990.87 1 316. .49 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1..78 1.36 549.30 2.32 1 745.06 3 441.3.54 1 003.88 692.41 22.67 2.59 0.35 22.83 727.29 16.98 269. biofuels & waste. hydro.30 ..92 5 229.25 185.41 875.43 1 515. .50 729.45 1 193.55 706.48 1 584.83 973.25 378.86 275.16 .76 2. 0.92 550.85 984.30 111.21 965.51 988.01 525.5 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 2 457.82 733. 0.37 20. electricity and heat.26 280.11 3 149.66 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 404...43 0.76 3. 2.80 50.37 661.06 210.40 .1.73 1.35 87.60 222. geothermal.23 1.67 21.96 32.60 4.0.79 369.24 .49 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1 805.47 10.1..31 3 135.10 11.17 998.70 1 248. electricity and heat.33 141.19 465.00 665. .11 146.37 801. Other: nuclear.29 304.38 299.69 735.42 423..69 268.11 893.95 285.17 261.03 0.22 448.66 1 185.24 855. 3.06 0.08 .4.07 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 1.57 136.40 232.07 940.02 303.34 709..28 377. .23 2.34 5.02 22.70 2.0.52 1 719.77 150.56 970. .51 966.43 173.83 12.02 372.23 6.91 120.91 3 674.2.48 498.37 1 041.0.57 136.89 434.44 844.56 923. .61 . hydro..16 144.45 2.10 996.14 49. .19 159..50 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 2 815.65 302.43 3 109.97 0.68 7.04 3 865.63 3 568.33 410.53 141.2. 2.66 .49 4.14 .3. .58 4 873.85 306.34 3.71 256.20 0.06 1.68 599.71 1. Includes all non-energy use.70 705.50 842.31 . .1.54 258.53 .09 1.64 1 953.39 5.10 331.48 429.68 76.20 2 072.75 .15 994.92 1. .07 1 592.46 367.05 779.99 5.88 843.82 153. .96 6.46 6.0.75 285. .71 1 048.83 1 101.25 200.00 2.14 0. biofuels & waste.93 0.72 596.88 3 044.19 4 068.76 .62 558.0.96 1 961.IV.95 1 322.24 72.66 3 740.73 1 573.55 706.27 778.72 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 1 178.70 9. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 962.22 1.11 350.97 1 061. biofuels & waste.18 24.93 308. .57 654.10.86 1.07 212.58 229.73 62.03 274..86 3.43 .98 223.84 2 266. hydro. solar.00 1 029.06 1 025.12 1 924.91 1..81 2 066.33 341.06 0.96 2 174.59 163.77 1 036.95 1 766.68 121. .60 1 766.32 1 967.72 292.88 1.72 1 869.15 1.15 695.61 71.36 165.11 3 879.26 96.65 273.46 1 284.93 . ..36 175.55 18.87 210.23 1 393.19 429..93 939. geothermal.79 1.02 1.65 1 120.65 257.09 110.39 1.97 1. .54 4.55 1 613.56 1.31 782.14 198.51 630. .77 0.03 0.29 .91 1 012.76 128..29 7.22 1.79 447.99 . 1.66 .65 251.55 .10 7.. solar. .31 3 691. geothermal.32 941.91 759.1.18 0.07 5 304.57 1.13 656. .03 433.95 636.10 .10 648.3.25 847.80 2 100. Other: nuclear.47 0.44 0.98 265.96 37.08 3..87 168.64 233. solar.92 149.35 245.38 236.79 211.70 .01 198.57 1 141.60 6.51 128.20 92.70 35.50 1 167.96 756.67 1 107.22 1 072.58 5.69 22.08 1.57 47.14 872.83 5.10 890.40 47.47 3.29 162.51 819.83 23.14 248.47 1 179.58 1 858.47 393.29 823.96 821.32 17.05 .90 5 405.26 22.30 355.52 .24 330.92 22.14 1 731.03 0.65 2.09 1 000.14 2.42 235.67 104.02 .00 1 059.5.50 2. .81 821.13 0.78 829.52 87.58 2 913.84 969.45 225.11 894.72 1...71 1 924.32 0.79 16.62 275..67 313.26 273.38 .58 93..70 2 065.4.16 628.96 63.41 0.06 234.73 1 156.75 271.07 1..46 1 086.54 512.67 129.02 553.35 0.. Other: nuclear. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.58 41..80 257..43 589.24 44.68 913..20 74.14 44.67 ..53 717.3.75 1 998.26 0. .81 3.34 719.68 292.75 .81 1 596.67 1 116.80 246.0.82 2.06 3 335.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .00 993.47 210.53 114.08 1 945.55 1 025.16 847.00 665. .17 0..41 1.11 736.

. .. Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding.... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . ...... . Final consumption 616 926 651 401 689 747 721 311 897 880 856 108 892 636 .721 20 315 5 717 279 172 110 000 .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.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 . ... .. . . . .IV. .Exports + Stock changes . 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 .. . ... . .. .. 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.7 885 4 214 4 371 762 481 364 810 17 064 . . ..20 738 3 945 4 150 731 083 343 289 2 253 .. .. . .. 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 . . .8 646 4 206 718 772 343 218 . .. . . . . . . .1 461 4 627 775 143 372 664 .6 . .....Statistical difference 78 887 66 129 . .14 829 6 346 146 512 91 215 . .. .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 ..7 377 5 449 182 635 112 321 .... ..... ... 3 284 3 115 3 238 3 595 3 327 3 921 4 541 . 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 ... 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 ...

.. ... Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp... . 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 . .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 ..... .. Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports . . .. . . . . ..297 074 149 769 174 922 29 632 363 13 924 753 665 328 . . . ..272 808 221 630 6 827 420 4 062 009 .... 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 . .. ...IV. .. . .66 580 187 566 30 191 355 14 245 469 .23 813 768 412 232 829 10 693 825 4 073 690 .. ...NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .795 826 174 436 165 580 28 240 316 13 008 403 86 039 ..Statistical difference Total consumption Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . 122 373 114 700 119 628 133 074 130 641 154 327 178 737 ..Exports + Stock changes . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics..561 580 260 882 5 464 382 3 276 607 ....366 926 166 473 27 766 453 13 065 771 .. . 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 .... .. .. .7 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 . . . .. 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 .. ... . . .. 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 .. . Final consumption 23 195 776 24 423 111 25 999 666 27 410 859 34 473 414 32 820 450 34 292 773 .... .

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.IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

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.IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

Exports + Stock changes .IV.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 .775 145 661 81 526 77 814 94 780 59 807 26 958 -12 354 .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 .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 + 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 .Exports 1510 383 1365 939 1434 665 + Stock changes 1472 600 1022 893 252 912 .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 .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.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 .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 .Exports + Stock changes .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 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.10 .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 .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 . 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Exports + Stock changes .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .11 OECD TOTAL Graph 3 .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .IV.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 0 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 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

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NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8.13 OECD AMERICAS Tables 1. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3.IV. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

14 .IV.9%) Nuclear (1.9%) Note: Other includes geothermal.9%) Nuclear (9.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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD AMERICAS Graph 1 .1%) Other (2. biofuels & waste. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.4%) Coal (16.9%) .8%) Oil (47.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 1950 Mtoe) (TPES: 2678 Mtoe) Oil (36.3%) Hydro (2. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (26. wind.8%) Natural Gas (28.0%) Coal (19. solar.4%) Other (5. electricity & heat.5%) Hydro (2.

35 115.01 123. Includes all non-energy use.15 1 782.58 453.35 7.78 513.48 953.77 26.53 123.93 7.39 87.2.31 206.67 538.28 2.58 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 141.78 317.84 664.18 273.07 712. . hydro.47 114.59 0..74 8.38 477.50 494. 0.98 2.53 518.38 21.80 6.04 5.38 506.96 2 677.40 0.5.23 565.51 540.92 1 492.84 444.16 22.61 63.14 1 833.79 3.79 7..80 672.94 75.18 2. .61 585.33 5.94 0.45 585.15 905.. solar.11 0.03 3.45 0.46 149.44 .61 1 656.58 290. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.81 83.29 88. 0.77 158.43 386.80 680.35 .08 924.42 332.47 595.20 1.57 54.20 692.. geothermal.89 26.93 17.47 480.19 24.41 ..60 24..13 .67 299.65 1. 27.62 306.59 102.49 1 547.02 0.65 14.05 0.0.36 562.50 .36 .2.89 292.64 420.01 165.44 11.27 68.57 812.59 0.67 28.10 701. geothermal.85 66.19 195.19 13.68 1..90 511.31 2 446.05 660.41 347.52 562..42 2.46 1.45 6.92 522.2.65 4.95 38. 3.00 51.94 203.. biofuels & waste.05 459.35 0.74 57.43 524. Other: nuclear. .52 600.51 .. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 474.54 581.23 857.00 14.80 223.60 24.89 1 001.46 521. biofuels & waste.72 277.33 648.95 1.57 980.31 .84 0. 0..31 543.97 .68 3.41 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 1.04 307.97 401.21 462.66 140.72 610.17 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .13 600.29 116.37 346. .58 ..70 443.79 .97 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 554.08 0.87 649.28 575.07 464.17 2.37 .75 467..64 1. . .82 0.48 16..24 377.69 494.65 385.56 0.00 795.72 4.11 .09 .69 2 437.95 188.61 83.31 1 539.65 106.03 90.14.43 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 476.. electricity and heat.97 26.2.06 . electricity and heat.60 2 678.82 1 950.46 698.67 2 128.94 82.62 ..63 72.30 1. .87 304. .16 209.01 2..04 11.25 0.54 133.15 111.01 330..17 2.99 159.0. .20 162.31 1 050.57 535.70 21.93 4.73 103..3.80 203..65 3.93 .61 2.22 2 306.72 .99 490.97 33.67 1..65 119.85 138.44 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1. hydro.83 89.81 1 003.73 26.05 0. .05 203.55 9..83 1 913.... Other: nuclear.50 3.94 86.03 184. .73 3. ..48 67.19 954.85 0.92 7.65 0.30 0.14 0.09 490.43 30.64 185.08 127.57 1.73 570.62 179.32 80. . 1.47 0. solar. 0.0..99 31.81 1.33 0.10 46.80 530.66 590.0.49 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 411.22 920.79 335.67 2 260.78 61..65 1.75 184.15 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 1 706.13 442.85 102.78 694.08 121. .78 361.35 370. biofuels & waste.32 329.57 2 357.20 68.78 72.82 128. .72 0.28 471.74 1.. .64 51.45 470.82 575.85 38.49 2.41 689.55 0.56 .22 3.79 710.74 196.33 0.57 71.30 1.29 3.36 1.10 1. .02 4.57 121.69 78.12 0.3. 2.78 667.28 41.09 .35 3.08 332.92 589.46 218.55 207.49 2. 10.60 0.49 191.97 188. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..92 18.00 2.62 36..72 655.41 1 091.51 ..60 13.53 313.10 183.15 150.02 0.99 385.41 .01 158.28 126.01 164.26 18.42 511. .38 1.52 207.10 874.13 0.95 227.14 1.3.32 0.23 374.09 579.27 449.67 429.28 605. 19.17 720.22.23 654.8.58 . .08 502.24 850. .88 542.67 566.44 3.82 390..89 95. geothermal.30 2 217.39 139.91 670. 24.37 .39 125..81 934.39 1.22 74.51 345. .28 2 619.24 852.84 67.05 187.44 222.22 119.0.46 434.53 0.88 2 101.39 472.23 . solar.04 517.2.79 862.39 31. ..85 62.11 89.05 1.11 16.87 2.29 1.94 .IV.35 1.10 155.13 1.08 0.94 398.24 4.35 808.15 4.09 182.62 . 3.28 1.96 985.35 123.50 504. .67 ..25 112.56 696.62 386.06 719.49 22.13 2.62 4.61 358.86 2.0. Other: nuclear.12 435.35 392.24 322.49 257.19 5. .78 36.21 0.13 .75 112.04 2.80 470.41 . hydro.0.70 225.44 0.04 316.36 34.17 81. .42 162.31 32.00 257.06 35.78 348. 2.

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 . .. . 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 . . . 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 . .. . ..2 683 7 028 2 321 147 193 128 639 8 254 5 371 2 241 150 195 135 652 ... 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 .. Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl... Source: Annual Gas Statistics..... ..IV.. . ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD AMERICAS 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 .14 110 7 938 27 345 26 728 .. . 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 - .16 ... ....1 883 2 357 141 334 126 294 .. ... fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding. . .. . . . .... Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. ... .. 146 154 136 - - - - .Statistical difference 29 648 30 609 ..... . . Final consumption 486 819 446 881 470 647 437 635 481 480 459 371 470 347 .. . .. .Exports + Stock changes . .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 ... . . .. . 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 - .. .. .... . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . . .

536 321 301 251 1 037 821 1 013 909 ..101 237 271 643 85 996 5 633 264 4 932 964 323 897 223 815 84 243 5 749 756 5 193 603 ..IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . . . 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 - .. .. .. . 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 ..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.158 982 301 415 1 062 007 1 020 783 39 222 787 222 52 084 1 677 498 1 629 126 . . 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.... 18 520 082 16 975 033 17 988 352 16 814 850 18 420 304 17 549 893 17 965 789 . .... . ... fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .....17 OECD AMERICAS 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 ... .... .. . .. . 5 726 6 038 5 337 - - - - . .. . . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ..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 ..75 291 86 300 5 401 033 4 833 405 . ..... . .. . . ..680 323 97 597 81 846 5 460 434 5 010 286 296 598 .. . .. . 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 . . 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 - ..... .

IV.18 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD AMERICAS 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.

19 OECD AMERICAS 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.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

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 .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 .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.Exports + Stock changes .20 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .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 + 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 .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 . 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD AMERICAS Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .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 .761 76 694 49 752 46 968 66 518 11 819 9 886 -7 181 .IV. Totals may not add up due to rounding.Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .Exports 516 015 449 651 465 855 + Stock changes 986 492 717 408 191 083 .

21 OECD AMERICAS Graph 3 .IV.Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .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 0 Oct-09 -500 Jul-09 10000 Apr-09 0 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.

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Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4.23 OECD ASIA OCEANIA Tables 1. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. 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. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.IV.

1%) Nuclear (0.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 415 Mtoe) (TPES: 878 Mtoe) Oil (40.6%) .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD ASIA OCEANIA Graph 1 .5%) Coal (21.2%) Nuclear (7.2%) Note: Other includes geothermal.6%) Hydro Other (1.IV.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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Hydro (1.24 .0%) Natural Gas (20.5%) Oil (72.3%) Other (3. biofuels & waste. wind.5%) Coal (27. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.9%) (1. electricity & heat.7%) Natural Gas (2. solar.

3.54 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 300.69 36.26 88.38 45. 379.97 60.62 39.94 0..85 26.65 .02 83.89 241.47 9.67 58.61 21. 4..42 112.05 22.69 .93 142.95 145.31 1.1..17 0.52 192.80 0.93 11.36 3.98 65.12 2.75 1.46 150.08 43.33 2.32 60.01 0.30 .0.21 112.14 5. .29 3.68 .09 1.39 5.33 22. .34 23..18 40.54 192.86 138.71 89.17 563.24 66.94 156. .58 0.47 17.85 355. solar.6.30 .06 319...45 56.72 .. Other: nuclear.4. ..49 97.94 186.79 15.65 112. 1. electricity and heat.78 302.53 93.53 5. .54 18.92 48.44 2.75 59.46 51.93 157.17 58. Other: nuclear.45 73. biofuels & waste.45 139..37 47.93 171.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .50 40.82 238.69 .68 3.87 69.15 ..62 24.73 25.30 0.88 31.82 7.18 11.46 26.60 5.53 1.68 306.26 40.94 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 1.59 1. solar.25 .43 143.98 519.84 0. hydro.85 304..5.86 24.. .90 23.02 5.99 8.87 76.57 9.01 77..94 145.76 102..21 79.70 159..03 768. .53 .55 166.35 19.53 307.00 26.26 0. 2.92 41.81 18. geothermal.. 7.32 138.95 0.61 2. 2.08 0.87 2.28 226.45 4.28 584.27 0.88 14.27 0.IV.14 29.69 2. geothermal.39 33.25 13.33 0.. hydro.28 .62 11.77 0.65 1.71 0.34 209.04 52. .47 11.99 157.23 84.74 116..09 15.98 84. .50 172.34 41.75 .08 273.89 87.61 0.86 166.69 3.03 5. .44 3. 3.29 0.98 82.65 444.63 2..22 136.61 877.42 1.49 4.46 150.60 10.06 1.25 72.91 21. 1.02 716. 2.92 .16 2.12 11.41 0.60 102. .81 83.99 155.72 31.64 29.98 1.19 63.12 101.28 60.77 429. Includes all non-energy use.30 195.10 404. 2..02 121.47 31. .49 2.1.86 180.81 4.93 11.32 248.13 2.26 0.08 1. .04 141.77 455.60 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 26.96 36.48 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 354.01 116.24 146.39 211.31 114.41 36.45 29.14 59.69 866. biofuels & waste.01 90.24 12. 2.91 245.77 128.98 0.74 27.94 66.62 93.37 162.67 144.11 1.74 8.01 2.96 49.11 1.77 .76 6.66 46.84 0.38 42.94 70.95 31.18 414.20 4.01 326.24 16.25 3.00 5.67 14.55 0.11 74. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .42 472.70 139.34 303.84 15. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.72 ..38 38.47 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 170.16 136.64 96. Other: nuclear.81 30.. . hydro.14 1.62 41. 487.82 0.50 0.87 5.41 19.24 64.43 5.47 45.49 6.06 77.03 66.30 22..41 52.02 616.36 1.59 19.38 11.00 33.33 18.54 146.47 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1. .05 763.29 3. .11 9.95 29.12 235.55 50.83 2.92 132.14 234.01 4.07 92.92 160.95 0.01 43..75 453.7.. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 117. .06 3.88 267.62 62.54 . .59 93..02 796.77 80.0.36 219.21 121.53 134.23 229.41 .43 .00 2.96 3.10 6.14 347.78 16.03 0. .37 5.09 20.55 .85 2.23 195.01 0.38 68.36 6.26 5.04 41.26 1.03 398.67 84. 2.68 ..29 8.65 3.13 117..82 416.91 2. biofuels & waste.12 2.90 22. .18 1.68 114.85 11.00 1.79 0.16 1.33 301.30 354.25 41.64 26.9...76 .43 8.57 343.74 140..21 50.98 0.82 40.15 10. electricity and heat.49 439.09 248.93 11.42 96.01 1.38 265.74 1..14 38.95 9.07 1.10.33 93.87 642. 6. . .55 7.75 17..95 421.79 10.. geothermal.12 193.10 24...99 6.02 .31 12.68 49.75 8. solar.23 1.75 .90 300.87 44.18 37.19 473.90 0.62 36.27 3.68 ..07 110. .78 310.09 1.67 34.78 300.41 0.88 912.80 39.17 2.86 321.56 2.47 .64 .20 27.55 7.01 350.86 91.45 20.45 6.0.53 3.71 86.13 185.98 115.49 1.25 OECD ASIA OCEANIA 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 114.60 60.93 0.70 119.46 438. 57.3.67 40.20 0.11 0. .79 15..

. ..1 950 ... . . .. 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 ... . . . 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 .715 15 719 .. .892 4 313 53 499 2 791 . . . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.1 251 1 756 138 412 18 602 .. . Total consumption Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. .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 . . . ..Statistical difference 3 258 .. .. .7 743 2 220 170 515 27 141 .5 147 1 681 134 503 20 957 436 . ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD ASIA OCEANIA 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 . .117 . . - - 7 7 - 84 72 12 1 230 838 369 23 1 477 1 054 396 27 1 641 1 203 416 22 .. .. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding. .. ... ....... ..1 589 .1 357 . .. ... .Exports + Stock changes . . Final consumption 6 412 11 876 13 401 31 411 73 862 74 813 80 773 . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . - - 15 3 21 22 19 ..94 . .26 .... 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 - .... .IV..724 22 854 .6 192 1 902 150 386 24 298 ..56 . .

248 471 83 943 5 986 609 971 908 .27 544 909 009 . .... .. . . . . . . .. . . . 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 - . . 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 .26 239 625 219 . . . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. 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 - .. . - - 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 .27 OECD ASIA OCEANIA 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 ....... - - 527 120 780 801 694 . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp..... ..2 125 . .67 373 .Statistical difference 129 581 . ..IV. ..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 . . ..Exports + Stock changes . .309 976 97 730 6 783 009 1 085 657 ... . . 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 .4 565 .55 881 ... .220 863 74 551 5 340 648 838 297 20 308 . Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. Final consumption 250 668 465 240 527 862 1 227 082 3 012 669 3 017 197 3 242 275 ........... .35 732 180 555 2 094 665 109 300 .49 864 77 975 5 499 904 744 095 . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. .... .78 658 . .3 659 . ... . . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .... .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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.28 .IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .IV.29 OECD ASIA OCEANIA 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

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 .430 15 231 5 768 6 621 4 246 12 036 2 241 .167 .684 14 112 6 620 6 664 4 421 13 985 1 961 .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 .44 .34 16 020 7 108 8 529 3 803 13 854 2 079 .304 13 244 7 356 7 070 4 615 9 698 1 691 380 .309 17 534 7 167 6 001 4 137 13 112 1 961 .573 14 514 5 823 5 768 5 156 12 459 1 961 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.119 . 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .302 228 12 312 6 318 6 620 4 256 11 177 1 961 .299 .769 727 14 137 8 927 9 696 4 404 13 679 2 252 .293 221 15 630 6 766 7 059 4 475 14 951 2 053 .778 469 13 891 6 162 6 940 4 598 12 267 2 075 .39 11 032 7 338 6 655 4 593 9 746 1 830 .Exports + Stock changes .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 .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 .175 12 698 4 933 5 823 5 074 10 773 1 961 55 .548 .603 15 470 6 989 7 108 4 810 14 676 2 079 -1 421 .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 .853 .Exports + Stock changes .49 .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 .503 .62 .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 .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.479 12 287 6 655 7 356 4 754 9 505 1 605 286 .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 .Exports 86 543 86 543 86 543 + Stock changes 70 799 -12 412 -22 027 .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 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD ASIA OCEANIA Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .30 .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 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .701 .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 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .120 14 861 6 940 6 989 4 796 12 441 2 251 .434 744 12 863 6 621 7 055 4 708 11 511 2 389 .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 .IV.Exports + Stock changes .51 15 172 6 001 6 168 4 407 14 528 1 961 .890 .398 702 14 478 8 529 8 927 4 149 13 736 2 252 .

31 OECD ASIA OCEANIA Graph 3 .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .IV. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .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 0 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 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.

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Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.IV.33 OECD EUROPE * Tables 1. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) * OECD Total and OECD Europe include Estonia and Slovenia from 1990. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3.

2%) Other (9.1%) .8%) Other (2.9%) Nuclear (1.IV.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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 . biofuels & waste.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 1375 Mtoe) (TPES: 1749 Mtoe) Oil (33.1%) Natural Gas (9.2%) Nuclear (13.5%) Coal (17.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD EUROPE Graph 1 .4%) Hydro (2.5%) Note: Other includes geothermal. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.3%) Oil (53.5%) Coal (30.5%) Hydro (2.34 . solar. wind. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (24. electricity & heat.

53 32. 3. .21 104.3.63 2.51 0.30 68.60 .23 300.24 206.00 158.IV.32 813.23 23.28 211.18 101.95 6.56 0.29 1.39 74.73 2.53 53.57 201.53 80.86 6.91 18.05 1 375.00 138.17 ..22 263.52 0.62 437..92 .69 114.01 228..56 48.77 50. 1.16 0.48 .41 82. .41 425.91 1 049.39 424.63 29.36 115.98 464.34 27.04 174.85 3.55 .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 1.91 2.51 46.08 190..54 54.14 2.23 175. .14 379. biofuels & waste.93 0.39 53.60 72.78 235. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 370.86 173. Other: nuclear.45 195.27 1 033.75 1 022.90 112.95 1 743.23 3.84 157. .20 .75 113.13 24.45 .47 299.22 87.32 2.30 79.09 425.2..2.22 185.03 65.55 0.04 .21 5.32 148. ..34 517.81 281.76 0.48 47.54 103.13 426.00 15.37 0.44 0.78 .56 148.81 4.06 143.57 194.1.0.42 .16 334.61 726.91 1.25 35.74 . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.15 23.17 28.21 33..64 172.01 19.11 387..59 25.87 4.43 .08 220.69 48.67 508.18 1.86 923.46 37.28 4.32 535.40 208. biofuels & waste.3.40 . solar.02 1.15 402.30 259.19 535.93 36.97 122.25 160.94 412.37 620. 0.41 192.01 95.27 2..36 213. Other: nuclear.80 4. .2.40 280.66 276.97 318.63 1.29 256..25 288.66 174.17 405. .45 80..07 1 466.40 339.35 437..4.90 583.72 88.08 164.32 97..47 379.79 312.06 52.46 278.27 1.0.13 265.. .90 547.13 446.17 363.35 OECD EUROPE Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 636.77 418.56 20..65 643.59 173.55 .35 100.32 .93 82.26 .20 9.51 538.82 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.21 1.57 4.63 115.96 3.01 132.89 1 619.86 17.95 178.33 435.62 6.13 59.98 40.12 .89 1 494.28 173.74 1.06 340.63 153.3.30 .59 0. .23 . biofuels & waste.52 146.72 1.73 93.0.60 .54 243.88 20.70 .51 1.05 1 815. solar..82 551.26 .61 160.42 163.13 365.80 72.18 .16 54.31 375.51 40.94 118.23 140. .99 2.85 141.59 340.86 361.0. geothermal.49 412.88 65.24 5.47 259..06 440.2.3.23 1 662.17 315.68 0.80 1.82 56.38 22.23 172.88 .67 17. .3. hydro.75 1.62 758.47 1 158.06 . hydro.20 1. . .77 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1 039.69 236.60 139.70 478.79 409.16 163.4.95 118.81 .55 1 136.40 652.62 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 453.32 856.09 936.86 646.22 91.16 302.66 436.56 0. ..90 1.37 2..29 129.38 127.44 152.0.15.02 422. hydro. .62 82.42 33.74 244.25 118.46 304. . geothermal.25 81.85 603.19 420.80 0..49 92.35 .50 5.43 155.52 80. .31 .55 0.0.10 0.01 17.93 605.17 640.05 1 488.06 .76 .47 135.71 211. .2.59 2.23 168. .96 4.85 50.54 94.54 50.37 .11 1.88 212.97 85.09 577.54 4.1.49 .91 368. geothermal.42 2.65 18.96 125.64 .50 311.0..39 529. electricity and heat.54 929.59 74.66 175.55 .44 134.26 241..38 17.94 59.61 79.90 2.57 52. electricity and heat.89 1 272.78 1. .16 . 0.1.11 255.20 283.11 688.77 2.60 604.15 5.49 37.52 50.85 0.00 7.48 1 123.18 459.90 441.52 1 045.67 5.55 203.87 255.26 38.57 157.63 28.1.68 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 237.24 314.28 125.86 1 748.68 340.78 0..48 914.23 100.59 2. .71 29.62 1 080.41 278.91 438.19 201..82 135..91 4.30 1 223.36 835.14 88.96 103.21 242.86 449.18 328.02 6.52 150.66 94.17 23.98 1 122. 0.96 293.52 6.73 25.80 171. Includes all non-energy use.75 786..87 1.16 83.78 7.59 280. ..23 444.60 326.75 33.0.04 2.36 214. .92 420. 2.94 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 394.18 116. 1. .44 55.24 665.86 223.15 11.46 0.17 22.28 1.77 42.56 7.79 447. solar.97 ....73 732. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .21 4.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .2.63 3.50 5.24 62.1.99 1 507.69 . Other: nuclear.30 1 073.98 0.0.3.63 67.40 1 006.3.13.17 131. .02 0.20 134.05 19.42 463.22 5.47 .80 210.51 109.0.67 295.3.71 333.35 1 048.35 287.

. . . 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 - . . . .1 663 469 6 181 184 64 096 ... .... 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 .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.. Losses 3 138 2 961 3 087 3 592 3 306 3 899 4 522 . . . . .. . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports .. ...1 616 168 442 935 195 967 .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 ... . ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD EUROPE 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 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .....5 638 3 378 148 464 902 211 873 10 167 911 166 454 433 209 871 ...Exports + Stock changes . .36 .3 070 .719 .. .. ..2 951 2 054 172 449 608 193 299 . . 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 .. ... 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. .877 103 448 64 487 . ..... 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 . ..9 016 . . . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding.1 764 131 881 85 507 .. .. . 123 695 192 644 205 699 252 265 342 538 321 924 341 516 . .... .IV.. 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 .. . ..3 747 . .. .. .. .. . Source: Annual Gas Statistics....

.109 261 .. ... .Statistical difference 1 653 856 1 183 912 .. . .. Final consumption 4 425 026 6 982 838 7 483 452 9 368 927 13 040 441 12 253 360 13 084 709 ...... .216 145 126 597 4 983 18 012 490 8 019 881 397 312 19 581 5 593 17 658 590 7 966 209 ..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 ..Exports + Stock changes . . . . .. . .. .. .143 186 . .IV.. ..354 490 . Losses 116 647 108 662 113 764 132 954 129 861 153 526 178 043 ..25 259 . .. ... .. . .70 772 5 622 17 024 772 7 394 069 .14 130 3 801 342 2 262 698 . .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.. 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 - .. .52 241 4 856 404 3 041 226 .. .... fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. .113 378 126 703 5 759 17 279 978 7 254 022 . . . ..59 376 16 922 190 6 921 662 2 335 264 . ... Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. 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 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 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 .. .37 OECD EUROPE 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 ... . . 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 ... .....

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD EUROPE 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .38 .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.IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

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 .944 32 495 41 499 48 702 18 112 33 257 12 874 -8 467 .40 .444 29 844 37 932 43 405 17 064 30 082 12 160 -6 920 . 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .420 30 732 34 589 41 499 20 109 35 148 13 464 -10 242 .Exports + Stock changes .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 .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 .219 31 432 28 087 34 589 19 795 32 756 12 788 -9 451 .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 .Exports + Stock changes .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 .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 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports 907 825 829 745 882 267 + Stock changes 415 309 317 897 83 856 .755 .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 .635 44 352 51 467 52 268 27 401 41 381 19 241 3 752 .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 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .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 .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 .366 54 595 26 279 24 324 20 752 41 000 17 626 -6 698 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.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.Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .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 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) OECD EUROPE Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .144 57 027 37 626 29 152 27 142 35 381 17 649 6 836 .IV.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 .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .IV.41 OECD EUROPE Graph 3 .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 0 Jul-09 0 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.

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43 IEA TOTAL Tables 1. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4.IV. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (24.1%) Nuclear (1. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.7%) Coal (20. electricity & heat.3%) Note: Other includes geothermal. solar.9%) Hydro (2. wind.IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA TOTAL Graph 1 .9%) Other (2.1%) Natural Gas (18.5%) Hydro (2.3%) Other (6. biofuels & waste.44 .Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 3671 Mtoe) (TPES: 5043 Mtoe) Oil (35.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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .6%) Oil (52.4%) Nuclear (10.9%) .3%) Coal (22.

33 .40 681.34 4 986.01 446.67 0.33 4.75 . .72 1.25 926.50 1 569.1.41 691.. 2.47 4.67 1 525.22 0.54 435.03 2.24 1.93 779.63 267...14 1.97 0.29 1 113.39 6.24 1.12 602. .09 125. 1.13 .05 1 648.42 2..96 438.55 1 842.67 0.90 981.14 44. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.28 .61 263.47 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1 791. .71 1 014.78 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 1 158. .31 327.76 731.83 1 526..89 58.35 769.02 501.45 255.13 3 610.76 5.48 707.21 5.88 227.22 .10.81 1.02 251.81 816.4.70 218.48 .53 627.IV.58 1.15 3 047.23 .78 211.20 744.34 160.93 87.14 49. ..89 61.76 90.51 22. Other: nuclear.38 1 272.06 219.65 1 995. 2.47 628.12 1.10 16.92 32.26 1 921.27 160.40 1 834.79 46. .76 953.60 695.87 255.10 1 867.41 .15 819.56 1 420.34 405. 3.73 118.56 212.17 42.0.58 63. hydro.87 4.63 122.44 .53 .03 1 108. biofuels & waste. geothermal.16 3 626.59 1 240.39 10.05 0.84 .98 291.3.13 1 554.16 173.90 259.53 171.51 760.01 0.47 280.28 21. electricity and heat.16 .86 .45 IEA 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 2 398.58 491.39 976.13 816..81 0. solar.36 .31 273.26 755.16 264.31 0.88 577.84 1. .56 305.04 0..07 5 042.65 240.37 4.61 5 155.01 904.84 1.53 1.65 365.3.06 963.93 1.39 800..81 .95 204.36 758. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 951.33 7.61 3 456. hydro.45 7.10 675.07 973.0.54 4.5. .47 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 2 764.84 256.73 1.17 93.51 121.99 732.. .96 1 060.10 2 003. .77 109.70 84.74 3 670..20 2 033.32 0.96 76.18 960.72 918.91 572.65 232.66 1.50 12. .09 1 106.14 679.67 2.72 1 519.19 .72 427.33 234.76 18.15 2 037..98 1.21 2.43 246. .45 696.78 1.04 337.07 1.60 138..99 1 000.93 704.78 1 253.87 307.58 245.17 2 296.24 246.51 .04 1 657.86 3.89 721.57 3 228..22 3 528.60 282. .31 1 893..50 134.4.71 962.23 0.83 2.2.01 1.35 582.37 71.77 856.05 0.72 194.03 1 792.13 123.08 3.93 1 073.05 88.02 1 009.34 1 007.99 733.43 956.10 330.36 248.14 2.61 9.96 22.48 135.43 1 017.81 3.09 4 696. Other: nuclear.00 50.58 4.26 3.57 1 824. .92 959.05 720.60 491..64 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 403. .88 22.95 119.69 960. .28 1 061.80 944.00 650.39 415.37 3 026..79 40.07 0.39 820. hydro.66 312.04 0.53 225.26 0. .84 .90 4.44 .35 194.59 353.15 733. Other: nuclear.72 1 256.20 .71 841.60 421.55 747.06 0.32 3 548.53 403.29 635. .37 144..77 364.37 2 995.0.49 2 759.43 0. geothermal.79 1 064.62 973.66 2 953.0.04 1.29 47.82 1.2.19 233..68 1 305.90 260.89 2 178..15 1 673. geothermal.64 1 041.05 355. biofuels & waste..24 963.54 301.42 0.28 7.29 366.40 594.10 11.37 1 103.76 3 212.56 111.85 22.09 312.93 851.1.40 704.47 156.04 0.94 829. solar.55 1 599.18 6. 0.81 1 732. 0.41 542.96 1.55 6. . .33 2.18 0.67 663. Includes all non-energy use.34 0.15 2. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .17 822..62 18.36 164.35 966.1.95 207.71 143.06 .97 3. biofuels & waste.16 23.37 1 380..70 2.65 1.26 249. solar.11 304.3.37 87.80 17.64 150.66 34.80 1 870.33 23.3.08 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. .83 160. .38 576.69 619.58 2.86 194.59 .80 743.13 6.49 42.12 417.68 878.09 517.20 433.97 239.37 958.10 102.59 1 067. .47 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.34 200.21 896.33 2.96 730.23 112.54 1 141.89 1 667.13 62.89 35.58 121. 0..88 3. .55 3 411.04 386.1.4.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ..29 197.83 1.63 210.2.41 1 006.70 ..80 2 862.64 693.35 3.00 299.65 618.73 534.40 1.78 260. .08 749.44 183.73 146..49 292.0.47 270.64 1 221.90 4 356.62 245.13 798.85 16.47 0.23 . electricity and heat.89 945.78 393.19 2 090.38 788.76 220.08 447.86 1..49 .28 268.0.22 134.14 649.78 1 153.08 3 954.49 695.46 20.64 996.10 7.45 1 768.79 1 038..39 285.37 537.66 .16 0.57 .85 1 033.24 22..83 1 192.64 112.61 545.60 19.35 298.89 431.08 0.

. .Statistical difference 78 887 66 072 . 3 138 2 961 3 102 3 593 3 327 3 921 4 541 . ... ... . .. . .. .. 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 . ... ..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 .... ... . . 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 .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. . Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.7 377 5 449 182 635 109 460 .. ...1 527 3 839 750 674 372 414 . 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 . .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. . 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 . .. . .. ..IV. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding. . . . ..721 20 316 5 717 276 403 110 000 ..46 .. ... Source: Annual Gas Statistics..7 822 3 753 3 602 739 988 363 950 17 561 . ..... . 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 . .. . .. ..Exports + Stock changes ......14 829 6 346 146 512 90 525 ..9 213 3 364 701 151 342 531 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA TOTAL 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 . ... . .20 441 3 880 3 359 714 097 342 177 2 021 . 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. . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. 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 . .. . . .. 116 647 108 662 114 291 133 008 130 641 154 327 178 737 ... ... . .. . ... . .47 IEA TOTAL 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 . ..... . .IV.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 ..272 808 221 630 6 827 420 3 949 468 .Exports + Stock changes .. 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 . . . ....Statistical difference Total consumption Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. ... . . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports ... ...294 572 131 356 145 022 28 767 092 13 890 519 684 840 . 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 .. . ...70 952 156 046 29 253 032 14 235 741 .561 580 260 881 5 464 382 3 249 623 . Final consumption 22 853 842 23 935 632 25 391 670 26 655 043 33 776 028 32 156 182 33 545 230 .. 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 . .784 247 174 708 135 826 27 583 158 12 966 859 76 905 . 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 ..389 048 134 920 27 087 008 13 038 435 .... . ..... fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. . ... .23 813 768 413 232 829 10 586 134 4 073 690 . . .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.48 .

49 IEA 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 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.IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

Exports + Stock changes .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.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 .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 1510 370 1365 897 1434 583 + Stock changes 1472 600 1022 893 252 912 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .778 91 180 89 476 108 451 85 411 51 409 23 107 -22 758 .IV.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 .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 . 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .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 .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 + 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 .50 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) 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 .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 .

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 0 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 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.51 IEA TOTAL Graph 3 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.

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53 IEA AMERICAS Tables 1. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3.IV. 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. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

5%) Natural Gas (29.8%) .7%) Coal (20.54 .1%) Other (2.5%) Nuclear (1.2%) Note: Other includes geothermal. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (26. wind.5%) Other (5. electricity & heat. biofuels & waste.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA AMERICAS Graph 1 .6%) Hydro (2.3%) Nuclear (9. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 1889 Mtoe) (TPES: 2459 Mtoe) Oil (35.0%) Hydro (2.4%) Oil (47. solar.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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .IV.4%) Coal (17.

12 0.17 104.13 60..60 31.30 65.0.78 156.06 25. . . Other: nuclear.29 522.02 99..31 114.96 642.66 0. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.84 346.45 563.27 240.31 1 997.07 0.94 118.21 0.91 3.07 670.29 551.99 129.44 1.3.00 150.62 869.53 0.57 56.52 2.65 469.72 459.98 2.0.41 373.93 491. 0.0.2.03 6. geothermal.82 9.98 72. .88 2.22 170.. .19 581.79 2 458. ...28 223.66 84.38 207..96 0.75 0. hydro.96 833.48 1 027. .92 437.80 560.24 13.97 84.07 182.35 3.15 79.58 19.40 1.02 144.20 1.57 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 139.41 184.46 1 466.42 66.25 87. solar.12 277.19 407.27 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 463.94 456. .07 130.74 68.90 821.10 7.90 17. .46 33. Other: nuclear.77 2 297. Includes all non-energy use.12 3. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .19 104..07 .2.39 11.01 . biofuels & waste.36 524.62 128. Other: nuclear.59 16. 0.10 794.35 105.17 3.68 518.50 105..67 483.25 588..93 416.00 167. 2.2.73 172.94 1.90 377.62 673.34 533.63 769.8.74 104.16 51.21 138.05 0.04 2 123.31 511.50 565.34 627.72 562.45 196.08 1.35 0.09 170.0.08 58.58 467.28 1.69 18.25 25.77 .95 804.79 659.. solar.99 2. biofuels & waste.24 .60 14.32 0.23 335.99 468.33 125..00 143.25 1.18 .12 .16 2.85 208.22 52.40 0. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 466.25 0.98 0.43 0.52 37..01 .40 270. 3.17 8.02 3.50 0.83 0.04 417. 0. .89 216.21 69.79 445.20 91.45 397.45 312.0.32 182.20 0.58 323.70 0.57 346.06 667.21 262.85 498.55 IEA 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 1 654.47 .93 .51 49.92 .58 2 415. geothermal.5.69 596.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .45 24.10 0.38 0.80 2 468.71 1.06 1.63 361.97 573.26 24.45 2.86 2.85 28.36 484. 23.07 891.99 574.66 20.29 752..22 647.64 423.67 511.33 .75 3.53 116.68 1.02 12...61 3.50 1 649.83 294.15 181.62 363. 0.86 295.14 225..70 1.54 12.26 .44 550.84 430.08 1 926..03 1.46 .55 103.65 70.12 774. electricity and heat.69 580.82 408.85 213.28 0..20 243..26 . solar.83 14.63 4.70 1.35 511. .14 0.31 632.79 111.75 1.34 482.82 30.30 .38 4.79 459. geothermal.52 941.45 2 076.46 530. . ..74 499.94 71.01 88.31 420.06 564. 20.0. ..22 1.51 507. .00 614.35 1.31 570.13 1.88 119. .75 .06 114.67 5.02 551.1.29 465.16 370.34 885.71 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 535.29 1 760.72 22.77 0.55 89.68 448.47 .69 190..43 192..02 1 889.44 .24 114.38 60.39 862.09 11. 2.59 287.49 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 400.60 113.55 .32 2.69 769.70 146.21 .16 635.34 63. .66 3.58 385.2.44 .64 126.3.28 822.28 4.27 206.26 3.19 67.12 476.20 3.51 294. .23 363.08 2.45 1.68 307.15 60.69 801.34 267. 27.0.14 0. . .53 0.27 0.52 38..30 .64 575.35 456.47 581.. electricity and heat.26.25 124.37 494.17. .82 386.54 206.4.83 5.60 490. 0.72 613.15 1.57 ..24 .71 24..33 6.73 187.31 0.88 326..68 68.19 52.44 3.20 132..60 887.89 .28 80.38 452.68 390.87 2.88 331.79 7.60 2.15 0.14 987. 10.10 0.89 . hydro.47 192..32 148.39 3.33 35.54 .98 631.22 506..06 212.74 0.41 189.69 .43 134.90 35.54 492.86 1 446.44 .29 1 696.39 105.92 7.62 19.32 426.25 312.56 17.78 0..13 345. .03 282.30 591.24 107.61 32.34 1 551.28 361.31 21.32 498.91 31..89 74.93 299.02 146.56 422.40 557.53 92.64 1.64 526.13 507.86 183.38 87.64 2 008. .0.91 238.99 839.55 263.10 1 452. hydro.61 417.19 11.80 ...20 447.49 125.57 83.89 2 201.32 2.08 4.12 5.51 26.43 11. .07 0.76 116.93 18. 0. 3. . biofuels & waste.IV.04 5.56 .87 16.05 6.43 .79 896.35 0.45 2 122.41 .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. .44 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.74 .05 29.13 2..53 0..0.4.

. .. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA AMERICAS 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 .IV.. . . .. .Statistical difference 29 648 30 552 ..... . Final consumption 478 209 434 533 455 352 420 641 464 452 442 985 452 241 . . ... . . . . . . .. ..... . .4 190 7 937 27 900 23 953 1 036 20 739 1 398 44 048 43 113 .. 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 - ....... .. ... Source: Annual Gas Statistics. . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .2 620 6 341 1 552 128 546 127 779 8 751 5 333 1 453 127 963 135 402 .. 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 - .. 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 . . ... - 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 .14 110 7 938 27 345 26 038 . ..56 . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding.. - - - - - - - .... . . .. .... Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.17 412 3 118 1 431 128 419 130 276 7 357 .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 . .. .. .. ..2 305 1 515 126 884 125 607 .. ..Exports + Stock changes . 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 - ...

.. . ..... fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics..158 982 301 415 1 062 007 908 242 39 222 787 223 52 084 1 660 307 1 629 126 ... 18 180 245 16 489 764 17 386 433 16 114 015 17 773 405 16 933 440 17 263 336 .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. .. 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 .536 321 301 250 1 037 821 986 925 ... . ... .. .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 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ... Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports . . . .57 IEA AMERICAS 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 . .91 917 54 747 4 842 730 4 806 069 . ..IV.. 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. .. . . ... . . .Exports + Stock changes .. . 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 - .98 735 244 618 56 096 4 914 740 4 898 730 343 409 222 624 52 723 4 896 205 5 183 875 . ... ... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ...... .. .667 841 97 664 52 092 4 892 200 4 968 742 287 464 .. . . . 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 . - - - - - - - . .. ... 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 - .. .... ... .

IV.58 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA AMERICAS 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

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IEA AMERICAS
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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IEA AMERICAS
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

0

Jan-10

-1500

Oct-09

10000

Jul-09

-1000

Apr-09

20000

Oct-11

-500

Jul-11

30000

Apr-11

0

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

0

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

0

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

0

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

3

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

0

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

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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LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .73 IEA EUROPE Tables 1. 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. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.IV. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2.

5%) Oil (53. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (24. solar.3%) Coal (31.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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 . electricity & heat.1%) Natural Gas (9.8%) Other (2.3%) Nuclear (13.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 1374 Mtoe) (TPES: 1730 Mtoe) Oil (33.4%) Hydro (2. wind.IV.74 .3%) .0%) Nuclear (1.5%) Hydro (2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA EUROPE Graph 1 .5%) Note: Other includes geothermal. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. biofuels & waste.0%) Other (9.4%) Coal (17.

Other: nuclear.53 .86 6.13 146.09 .55 2. 2.29 4.60 746.32 0.0.75 IEA EUROPE Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 635.71 0.75 206. .55 52.03 87.86 223.45 274.20 .88 173..66 170.64 207.19 241.82 280.41 .13.19 418.11 172.58 1 035.90 80.30 1.59 2.60 1 649..42 .13 1 374.71 142.47 1 726.96 172.94 600.21 5.. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 369.0.98 1 601.18 328.73 1. .48 99.13 426.71 33.71 1.99 809..46 531.53 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..88 155.44 55.10 0.16 .83 417. .16 .30 78..32 26. biofuels & waste.58 299.60 .87 117.67 111.50 309.72 47. . .0.57 1.51 917.57 194.73 117.89 124. geothermal.26 410.32 134.22 1 480.0.74 39.32 16.84 157.99 87. geothermal.61 0.11 687.32 46.84 636.3.14 11...76 405.80 134.98 159.87 211.87 29..53 0.02 256. solar.3.06 370.17 2.15.08 115.04 404.54 928.95 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 393.50 5.66 5.51 ..63 1.01 19.18 9. biofuels & waste.81 286. .0.. .39 424.56 235.91 140.17 129.19 525.38 636.68 185.93 337.10 649. . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.54 4.07 .01 17.80 780.44 152. 0.22 138.97 3.28 530.22 .95 65.10 1.50 5.38 0.14 19..40 376.24 149.18 1 499.80 134.47 .60 27.62 316.30 1 064.3.0.83 463.2.68 25.54 17.81 430..12 39.96 4.62 68.91 158. .00 225.82 550.01 7.53 441.20 133.09 235. .96 1 458.2.97 85.. .74 .32 59.94 543.69 .40 270.99 95.25 37..27 355.72 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1 038.51 289. electricity and heat.53 336.46 262.76 424.77 .47 31.33 173.52 6.40 339.91 437.59 25.42 .02 716.96 293.48 36.85 463.68 1 116.07 62.58 50.27 1. . .21 .16 163.78 .06 146. electricity and heat.49 0.17 405.92 4. Other: nuclear.66 579.67 931.1.22 138.26 172..30 257.69 301. biofuels & waste.56 7.36 214.13 263. .84 425.77 100. 3.61 3.31 17. .53 53.21 .98 22.18 101.60 .55 .97 446.06 52.74 1 212.20 1.78 0.76 1 111.77 2.95 610.35 1 492..40 278.66 330.96 .43 195.14 1.70 ..57 294.80 203. solar. . .29 4.37 2.33 48.0.85 3. 0.78 210.36 834.90 440.57 2.2..37 358.85 200. . .74 125.54 111.3.96 432.28 2.06 73.91 396.14 0.76 257.24 909.00 2.09 576.63 72.28 211..36 137. .02 1.91 .53 239.2.3.67 101.16 2.78 409.04 127.98 .04 .51 177. .84 2. .44 644.14 1 079. Other: nuclear.46 220.88 22.54 118.39 419..81 0.61 1 261.36 131.96 309.36 .64 28.23 253.84 0.42 2.48 96.12 278.66 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 237.84 33.26 .18 513.0.79 1.. 1.3. hydro.39 74.06 663.0..71 1 020.70 0.27 1 128.49 92.80 4..1.41 94.07 385.75 7.57 1.17 312.23 166.97 115.57 201.54 102. geothermal.16 122.61 436.44 992.35 440.71 23.27 455.24 79.54 163.41 273.46 .47 50.61 104.40 0.54 54.05 93.24 364..93 81.92 28.34 46.23 175.29 209.43 599. . .17 .95 1.13 332.73 731.73 0.56 35.94 6.25 1.93 87..06 2.31 285.40 436.52 42.88 .14 5. .36 80.34 .07 113.4.32 168.67 1 797.35 436.23 171.01 6.81 147.92 108.52 0.35 334.88 83.13 154.23 50. hydro.36 324.69 15.08 189.35 59.23 279.47 .38 294.65 38.91 1.48 .18 5.33 240.75 0.17 23.4.38 428. 0.24 600.36 23.14 378..13 0.73 53.33 33. Includes all non-energy use.40 208.41 0.26 3..1.64 93. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .23 241.69 113.65 24.85 53.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .21 504.40 90.78 1.47 478.41 82.04 36.38 127.28 168. 1.87 4.53 66.77 1.78 4.25 81.22 5.78 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.1.77 0.59 1 021.36 1 150.16 50.2.05 153.73 2..33 160.54 .2.37 72.64 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 453.62 81.69 .48 1 730.53 56.58 4.76 1.39 6.55 538.08 164. solar.70 80.61 17.61 1 035.06 .1.88 65.88 20.IV.3.61 .18 1.91 361.86 255..91 1 048.3.0.23 314.14 2. hydro.71 18.01 20.41 192.77 855.

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 . .. . . .. ..1 764 131 881 85 507 ..1 616 168 441 274 195 967 ... .. 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 .. 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. Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports . . .. 123 695 192 644 205 699 250 938 341 205 320 868 340 402 .. . .. 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 . Source: Annual Gas Statistics..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.719 ..3 747 . . ..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 . ...877 103 448 64 487 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA EUROPE 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 . . ........ .1 663 469 6 178 856 64 096 .. .. . . . 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 . .. . . . ...IV.. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .... . ..9 016 ..... 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 - . Losses 3 138 2 961 3 087 3 590 3 306 3 899 4 522 ..5 638 3 378 148 463 160 211 873 10 167 911 166 452 898 209 871 . .3 070 . . . . . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding. ..Exports + Stock changes .. ... .76 ...2 973 2 014 172 447 586 193 299 . ..

...Statistical difference 1 653 856 1 183 912 . . .... .. 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 . . .. Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. .70 772 5 622 16 961 780 7 394 069 .. . . ... ... . .Exports + Stock changes ... . .143 186 . . ..77 IEA EUROPE 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 .. 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 - . ..52 241 4 856 404 3 041 226 . ... . . . . Losses 116 647 108 662 113 764 132 888 129 861 153 526 178 043 ...... 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 ... . .. ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ... . .25 259 . . Final consumption 4 425 026 6 982 838 7 483 452 9 315 262 12 989 954 12 213 326 13 042 544 . .... ..114 281 126 908 5 759 17 203 377 7 254 022 . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.109 261 .14 130 3 801 342 2 262 698 .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 . . 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 .. .. 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 . .. ..59 376 16 922 190 6 831 162 2 335 264 .. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics..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 .IV.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA EUROPE 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.IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .78 .

IV.79 IEA 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 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

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 .366 54 418 26 279 24 324 20 752 40 892 17 626 -6 698 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .444 29 772 37 932 43 405 17 064 30 015 12 160 -6 920 .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 .547 53 683 52 268 49 988 31 656 48 464 22 893 14 144 .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 .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 .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 .755 .204 30 475 31 381 37 932 19 156 31 601 13 892 -7 537 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .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 .144 56 830 37 626 29 152 27 142 35 223 17 649 6 836 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.420 30 647 34 589 41 499 20 109 35 042 13 464 -10 242 .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 .IV.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 .80 .944 32 389 41 499 48 702 18 112 33 167 12 874 -8 467 .Exports + Stock changes .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 .635 44 218 51 467 52 268 27 400 41 225 19 241 3 752 . 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 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IEA EUROPE Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .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 .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 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .219 31 345 28 087 34 589 19 795 32 671 12 788 -9 451 .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 .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.Exports 907 825 829 745 882 267 + Stock changes 415 309 317 897 83 856 .

IV.Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .81 IEA EUROPE Graph 3 . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .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 0 Jul-09 0 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.

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Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3.IV. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8.83 AUSTRALIA Tables 1.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 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 country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.

IV.5%) Coal (34. electricity & heat.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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .2%) Natural Gas (5. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (26.7%) Hydro (1. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.9%) Hydro (1.84 .6%) Other (5.5%) .2%) Note: Other includes geothermal.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) AUSTRALIA Graph 1 . solar.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 57 Mtoe) (TPES: 120 Mtoe) Oil (46.7%) Other (6.1%) Coal (39. biofuels & waste.6%) Oil (32. wind.

07 27. .23 3.98 26..25 .03 .31 2.. .34 3.26 186.13 8.57 7.81 1.. 3.49 4.96 e 58..72 .06 4. solar.51 85.50 .56 16.16 23.1.38 2.61 6.66 12.43 2. electricity and heat. .38 1.94 6.03 0.72 1.52 .46 9.22 35.68 37.65 . .23 .00 6. 5.95 23.87 0.23 2.10 5.55 37.02 16.98 41.55 1.34 56.. 228.73 7.85 0.75 52. 14. 5.9.37 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 1.04 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 17.62 1.01 119.79 5.77 1.34 1. 12.29 2. 46.33 5.50 .66 10.06 3.8.84 1.35 4.47 0.00 . 2.49 7.45 .27 2.04 0.62 20.03 .82 5.79 0. biofuels & waste.28 0. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. .00 4.0.55 16..26 5.47 0. geothermal.86 39.93 e 38.46 14.. 6... .58 22.54 2.29 27.46 230.25 0. Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 57.36 . .26 92..49 4.10 0.1.55 8.20 8.27 .06 7.93 .00 5. 3.30 51.89 3. hydro..98 5.19 22.38 27.17 6.00 .33 49..85 0.99 28.04 124.46 169.07 1.33 27..1.2.62 42.21 4.49 1.08 0.59 190.63 0. 2.76 .62 0. biofuels & waste.33 18.23 88.74 0..40 4..01 ..13 ..01 1.52 23...20 8.91 . solar.01 308..65 3. .01 6.61 40. 20.07 4.09 7.70 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 12.04 12.98 .61 . .0..45 8. biofuels & waste.62 1.96 0.57 12.84 .19 3. Other: nuclear.70 7. .. 16.82 .38 26.38 1.85 1.80 31.80 1. ..13 8.97 46.45 57.58 4.06 5.79 32.06 2. 4.97 6..0.25 4.70 3.71 1.56 7. 1.49 .51 10.60 .11 24..40 .53 .05 2.34 7.07 1.16 6.14 9..86 3. 3.04 310.32 25.64 .58 8. .81 0.49 20.07 0. .5..28 0.01 20. 14.79 0.63 0.58 2...73 26.62 3.06 .IV.30 . solar.07 8.. 2.58 6.51 69.17 8.52 6.71 7.40 4.75 237.95 4.95 28. hydro.30 67.50 1.64 29..73 0.17 28.05 . geothermal.89 1.47 0..23 .13 0.60 1.56 3.33 7.98 31.97 0.. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 16.55 5.04 75.13 0.70 1.50 20.28 13.57 184.72 19.02 0. .09 0.85 38.56 35.52 18.07 ..38 19.87 51.58 3.41 5.30 5.99 3.18 6.08 39.17 ..12 1.52 17.44 0. .40 0.36 3.55 3.92 4.. .25 3.05 8.41 7. electricity and heat.25 13. Includes all non-energy use.20 7.72 125.64 1.78 0. 1.16 19.1.13 29.89 12.1.1. . 14.72 13.44 2.14 2..26 2..14 .01 6.85 AUSTRALIA 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. . .33 7. ..46 30. 1. ..39 0.69 23.89 0.25 5.46 0.89 1.35 0.08 4.36 127. 41.56 0. Other: nuclear.60 7.89 7. 225.05 21..53 20.90 24..08 3.02 24.88 4.40 . 110..58 .82 1.28 4.16 3.91 5.03 106.22 74.88 0. hydro.59 28.. .18 . Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 21.38 0.45 62.09 4.03 26.07 0.04 12..74 32.37 7.75 5..70 1.51 2.62 6.11 0. 42. .37 .79 0.91 3. 3.17 1.87 7.18 4..43 27.85 40.02 225.60 .75 1.04 0.32 2. 31.14 38..04 3..90 2...85 .57 25.. .54 0.00 0.05 0..78 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. .25 .84 0.43 27.32 4.79 31.08 21.. geothermal.19 4.11.99 4.77 2.85 45.46 21.53 .89 17..49 3.23 14..42 2.37 0.39 17.73 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 39.14 11.90 4.17 . 20. .04 3.85 ..00 46.71 10.53 1.25 2.49 1.19 .20 7.26 2.17 1.37 21. .05 . 2.32 0.48 39. .06 16.12 0.75 86. 12...69 0.12 5.23 0.77 38.15 20.35 9. 3.94 4.62 1.01 .75 157. 78.81 . Other: nuclear.47 3. . 5.07 1.... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 203.72 e 297.20 34.04 5.43 13.75 2..89 8. 14. 3..

- - - - - - - . 71 138 7 8 374 435 1 614 3 196 1 413 ... .. .IV.. . .. 133 48 767 550 58 74 126 10 . . . ... . . ... 109 63 680 516 ....86 . .. 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 - ... ...NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) AUSTRALIA 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 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . . .. . .. . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports . 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 .. ....Statistical difference Total consumption Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Totals may not add up due to rounding. . .2 441 6 462 20 957 .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. ....... Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. 131 65 750 506 51 73 131 9 8 866 571 1 937 3 069 1 523 . Final consumption 2 529 4 606 5 960 10 324 13 965 14 193 15 089 . .. .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 .1 059 5 643 24 298 .. . .. ... .Exports + Stock changes . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other 215 215 - 276 246 30 372 341 31 538 515 23 918 918 - 807 807 - 969 969 - . .. - - - 12 12 430 38 369 23 477 54 396 27 495 57 416 22 . .. . Source: Annual Gas Statistics...... .260 2 791 - 5 484 18 602 .... . . 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 .. .. . .. .

. . .10 200 109 300 - 219 330 744 095 .. 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 ..IV. . ... . . 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.107 395 258 493 838 297 . . 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 . 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 .. . .... .Statistical difference Total consumption Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . . .. ..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 .. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports . . . . . . . ..... 4 785 2 760 29 919 22 713 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .... 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 - .. ... 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 . . . - - - - - - - ... 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 - .Exports + Stock changes . .87 AUSTRALIA 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 ...... ... ... .....43 952 225 728 971 908 .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . . 3 122 6 073 298 347 773 18 049 67 032 132 726 58 680 . .. .

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.88 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) AUSTRALIA 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.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .89 AUSTRALIA 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 e 1 085 657 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.IV.

Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .90 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.Exports 86 543 86 543 86 543 + 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 . 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 - INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .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 .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.Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) AUSTRALIA Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .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 + Stock changes .IV.Exports + Stock changes .

Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .exports) Stock changes Oct-11 Jul-11 -2000 Apr-11 0 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 0 Jan-09 5000 Jan-09 Mcm Mcm Total consumption Mcm Mcm 3500 1 0.6 2000 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .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 0 Jan-09 0.3 1000 0.9 3000 0.IV.4 0.7 0.91 AUSTRALIA Graph 3 .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .8 2500 0.1 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.5 1500 0.

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Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .93 AUSTRIA Tables 1.IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2.

8%) .Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 21 Mtoe) (TPES: 33 Mtoe) Oil (56.5%) Coal (18.94 . electricity & heat.4%) Note: Other includes geothermal.9%) Other (20. biofuels & waste.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 40 35 30 Mtoe 25 20 15 10 5 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .3%) Hydro (8.1%) Hydro (7.IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (23. wind.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) AUSTRIA Graph 1 .9%) Other (2.0%) Coal (10.7%) Natural Gas (15.4%) Oil (36. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. solar.

1.42 11.. 0.80 0.72 2.01 2.47 3.95 2.84 3.06 5.05 7.69 1.84 3.00 2.24 3.13 0.71 4.02 2.28 .39 2.93 2.87 24.63 0..21 2.77 0.34 9.14 3.48 3.49 0.80 3.42 0.65 4.46 0.90 31.85 1.09 3.15 12.60 8.84 0.70 4.11 0. solar.49 9.21 2. .50 10.01 1..58 0.08 2.40 .66 11.75 1.. geothermal.98 1.0.85 0.26 4.20 0.48 33.72 0.96 2.40 3.88 .04 0.2.64 2.20.84 8.. 0.12 6. . Other: nuclear.01 0.00 0.10 0.12 .99 2.94 0..51 0.00 8.81 .11 .38 0.76 7. .95 0.55 4.29 7..24 0.02 3.80 0. solar. biofuels & waste.IV.. .15 3.51 0.81 e 1.60 1.44 10.43 0.55 0.41 9.00 8..02 1. .98 7.1.09 0.31.93 1. 1.30 17..34 7.08 3.46 3.65 2.34 . biofuels & waste.0.12 .92 1..42 .52 10.72 3.18 0.07 0.25 10..98 2..68 10. .33 3.51 7. hydro.91 11.82 0..28 3.42 1. 7.34 1.27 0.29 .2.76 1.36 .87 1.31 .11 0.42 1.81 2.1.65 1.48 5. biofuels & waste.97 0.41 1.53 2.04 2. 7.21 0.84 5.14 7.84 0.11.84 1.04 1.93 2. hydro.98 1..01 1.52 1. .07 6.45 4.16 .1.14 3. 0.03 0.77 . .09 0.71 2.10 5.15 1. .8..46 8.73 1.04 8.61 10.29 3.76 1. .18 0.44 0.15 4.76 6.45 .10 5.68 1.64 1.29 1.60 5.03 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 16..65 1.65 3. 2.24 6.45 1.21 0.32 0.70 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 0. .56 9.11.37 4.52 0.55 7.50 29.23 .24 2. electricity and heat.85 0.56 2.31 .03 3.16 1. 5..87 3.84 2.63 4.07 3..15 4..2.24 ..77 1.77 8.62 7.27 1.64 5.00 12. geothermal.35 2.2.67 1. .43 1.70 .96 2.67 9.64 8.10 5.02 .41 5. .01 .12 .62 .01 9.48 . .11 1.11 3.90 0.47 1.01 1.23 4.11 5.27 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 11.95 9.63 21.00 9.87 9.58 2.84 2.30 12.23 3..99 1.79 1.52 0..58 .6.76 1.34 6. ..17 26.30 1.1.77 6.00 0.05 4.87 .92 1.31 5.79 2.14 0.90 1.17 2.49 3.87 18.39 3.55 9.91 6.10 2.28 19.45 1.43 6.09 21.08 3..85 .74 2.13 8.87 2.87 0.24 5. . 2.63 1.18 10.89 1.73 1.75 4.42 3.85 0.97 8. .64 5.67 1..02 3.46 2. . Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 4.87 1.18 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 14.46 0. 1.38 .69 3.45 0.24 .1.18 3..90 8.54 1.46 .16 1.30 3.45 1.09 19.25 .83 1.74 2..55 1.17 5.36 1.49 1.26 1.03 0.83 0.93 0.8.28 3.01 0.34 1.06 .66 2. 0.00 0.71 2. .37 11.50 13.81 2.95 AUSTRIA Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 7. .96 11.01 2.99 5.03 1. 0.19 26. 4.40 27.43 1. solar.83 9.80 0.33 0.63 10.19 13.54 2. 1.24 2.92 32...44 3.1.33 2.25 0.31 1.71 6.01 0.42 0. geothermal.98 9.92 1.01 13. Other: nuclear.30 18.76 1.77 .10 2..06 .06 0. 0.20 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 6..95 5..32 0.05 3..24 3.95 8.12 1.91 7.10 4. 3. electricity and heat. Includes all non-energy use. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.81 0.70 0.11 .06 .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 9.13 ..16 1..63 . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .08 0.02 6. .43 1.02 3..84 7..81 3.72 0..61 1.11 2. 0.57 .4.70 3.06 0.22 0.64 1.20 23. hydro. .32 9.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .18 6.10 1.92 0.73 28. Other: nuclear. .62 32.06 6.1.02 0.45 9.59 .87 .0.77 2.74 1.4..50 11.87 0.0.04 2.09 0.97 4.17 2.68 2.36 0.35 6.0.22 1.07 e 1.21 12.16 0.26 2.64 2.77 11.91 3.81 3.44 4.29 0.47 11.31 7.

. 23 23 - 35 35 - 40 40 - 119 119 - 305 4 301 - 226 4 222 - 171 4 167 - . 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 .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..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 - .208 - 5 507 .452 . . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other 162 162 - 558 558 - 618 618 - 437 437 - 379 379 - 416 416 - 460 460 - .96 .Statistical difference 1 620 10 2 2 898 .. .IV. . . . 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 - . . .. . .. . .. Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. 30 93 137 11 2 2 2 . Source: Annual Gas Statistics....Exports + Stock changes . .. Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Totals may not add up due to rounding....... .. . ....... .. .. ... ..445 - 11 634 3 799 . . .1 12 417 4 968 748 - 14 631 4 852 .. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) AUSTRIA 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 .2 10 192 1 995 ... . . 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 - . . .234 - 3 196 . ... . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp... .. .. Final consumption 1 746 3 042 3 404 3 763 5 988 5 505 5 983 ... . .. ..441 . .. ... .

... .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. . . Final consumption 67 349 117 999 131 686 141 232 227 035 209 382 228 420 . . . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other 6 243 6 243 - 21 672 21 672 - 23 906 23 906 - 16 404 16 404 - 14 381 14 381 - 15 808 15 808 - 17 532 17 532 - ... 890 890 - 1 334 1 334 - 1 560 1 560 - 4 455 4 455 - 11 555 152 11 403 - 8 600 170 8 430 - 6 535 172 6 363 - . ..IV. . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.. .. . . ..9 012 - 123 618 .. . . .. .. . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 14 376 4 490 6 409 3 477 - 19 538 7 760 11 743 35 - 14 555 5 927 8 572 56 - 17 371 7 258 7 464 2 649 - 17 061 10 032 7 029 - 21 159 11 441 9 718 - 20 916 12 483 8 433 - . . 1 081 3 662 5 256 380 97 95 94 ... .. Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . fishing) Non-specified 6 590 2 233 4 357 - 27 579 12 100 15 313 166 - 32 277 14 161 17 922 194 - 44 447 8 484 35 560 403 - 88 306 33 123 54 565 618 - 74 609 17 219 56 747 643 - 91 985 28 923 62 355 707 - . .. .. .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 electricity Autoproducers electricity Main activity CHP plants Autoproducers of CHP Main activity heat plants Autoproducers heat plants Gas works Gas to liquids Other transformation 70 904 34 021 1 691 17 912 17 280 - 59 909 40 700 2 788 12 191 4 230 - 41 784 17 638 707 10 080 6 383 6 737 239 - 82 181 30 910 10 556 26 192 6 216 8 307 - 110 965 36 664 7 458 40 546 12 786 12 550 961 - 117 144 41 468 7 334 42 681 11 353 13 375 933 - 132 704 40 350 9 160 52 940 12 435 17 081 738 - . . ..16 559 - 386 405 75 640 . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 53 626 12 675 4 299 266 12 498 222 2 127 2 570 3 280 8 421 443 133 709 5 983 67 414 13 302 6 944 271 13 212 857 2 435 2 841 4 013 12 355 361 316 1 308 9 199 73 943 14 892 7 118 328 15 313 1 030 2 716 3 044 4 683 12 784 515 421 1 124 9 975 75 926 11 576 8 481 1 488 11 094 1 689 4 783 2 893 9 768 14 148 1 889 802 3 860 3 455 112 793 16 293 17 428 4 348 15 152 1 935 7 685 3 351 12 573 24 123 3 818 1 803 2 272 2 012 110 365 17 893 15 972 4 613 14 197 1 776 9 045 1 828 13 250 22 336 3 175 2 031 2 115 2 134 112 368 15 730 15 850 4 197 14 472 2 191 9 285 2 260 13 652 25 543 3 185 1 963 1 823 2 217 .17 117 .....16 869 - 442 252 144 024 . ... Total consumption Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Source: Annual Gas Statistics. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. .97 AUSTRIA 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 . .8 008 - 206 709 . .... .......Statistical difference 62 343 361 - 112 405 ..... ... .Exports + Stock changes .

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .98 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) AUSTRIA 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 1 615 1 615 1 968 1 968 1 351 1 351 61 387 61 387 70 259 70 259 48 268 48 268 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD 7 315 7 315 6 446 6 446 6 221 6 221 277 315 277 315 317 395 317 395 306 286 306 286 Non-specified 2 704 4 003 7 059 103 550 86 497 204 134 Total imports 11 634 12 417 14 631 442 252 474 151 558 688 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.IV.

99 AUSTRIA 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 1 615 1 615 1 968 1 968 1 351 1 351 61 387 61 387 70 259 70 259 48 268 48 268 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 7 315 7 315 6 446 6 446 6 221 6 221 277 315 277 315 317 395 317 395 306 286 306 286 Non-specified 2 704 4 003 7 059 103 550 86 497 204 134 Total imports 11 634 12 417 14 631 442 252 474 151 558 688 - - - - - - 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 Terajoules - - - - - - Non-specified/other 3 799 4 968 4 852 144 024 189 705 185 255 Total exports 3 799 4 968 4 852 144 024 189 705 185 255 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.

Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .892 621 2 309 3 201 99 1 326 104 .383 431 3 217 3 600 169 1 095 551 .398 15 32 642 164 419 164 817 5 304 48 035 19 022 914 29 35 202 164 817 163 903 5 623 54 635 32 022 15 695 .52 20 Total consumption 45 882 41 282 37 562 Opening stock level 119 877 103 984 87 176 Closing stock level 103 984 87 176 86 978 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.113 50 003 148 208 120 156 5 224 39 636 31 344 28 490 .49 34 842 68 025 54 833 6 022 34 357 3 629 -17 682 107 18 961 54 833 72 515 5 822 35 436 6 341 -18 555 121 16 241 72 515 91 070 5 742 38 156 9 531 -18 834 132 15 401 91 070 109 904 4 387 34 957 4 785 -19 112 126 15 321 109 904 129 016 5 264 30 597 -21 814 126 13 921 129 016 150 830 6 181 29 477 3 230 -13 589 838 18 001 150 830 164 419 6 101 39 396 12 442 .134 39 162 94 249 68 025 5 463 36 396 20 258 13 192 .116 42 122 120 156 91 666 5 822 38 156 19 141 11 523 .469 500 1 456 1 925 154 935 168 .239 1 469 6 165 6 404 153 1 157 566 24 768 6 404 6 380 150 1 224 789 460 1 1 044 6 380 5 920 158 1 434 1 176 656 1 072 5 920 5 264 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 5 663 28 917 26 359 37 231 .159 1 546 3 916 4 075 157 974 415 169 885 4 075 3 906 155 1 202 506 98 1 948 3 906 3 808 154 1 376 866 625 1 1 288 3 808 3 183 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 158 1 118 488 422 1 210 3 183 2 761 153 1 226 736 447 1 1 089 2 761 2 314 158 1 235 408 5 -1 991 2 314 2 309 150 1 363 .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-09 150 763 697 989 1 1 204 3 491 2 502 131 744 538 696 1 033 2 502 1 806 145 960 536 350 919 1 806 1 456 159 906 96 .Exports + Stock changes .42 48 842 143 440 119 877 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 5 982 5 782 5 982 + Imports 42 396 46 475 46 835 .507 404 2 918 3 425 139 807 .767 405 4 907 5 674 153 1 010 303 .Exports + Stock changes .190 45 642 131 480 94 249 4 945 28 197 20 338 26 224 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .500 406 2 418 2 918 116 922 127 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .316 -1 398 3 600 3 916 142 875 311 .493 428 1 925 2 418 152 1 006 252 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .361 20 475 4 004 4 365 161 1 039 329 .747 1 573 3 201 3 948 138 1 225 .375 555 2 393 2 768 148 993 235 .Exports 18 464 27 835 15 433 + Stock changes 15 893 16 808 198 .959 404 3 948 4 907 153 1 019 .42 36 402 91 666 80 143 5 543 40 436 8 654 -9 974 70 27 281 80 143 90 117 5 703 38 956 9 371 -14 145 102 21 041 90 117 104 262 5 583 37 636 8 893 -16 927 118 17 281 104 262 121 189 5 822 32 117 7 058 -14 423 97 16 361 121 189 135 612 6 380 41 516 20 816 -11 881 118 15 081 135 612 147 493 5 384 33 157 11 764 -5 999 57 20 721 147 493 153 492 5 942 36 916 15 672 6 357 .265 1 719 2 128 2 393 151 1 027 248 .55 40 642 222 987 198 273 Indigenous production + Imports .491 369 5 674 6 165 153 946 390 .11 -1 861 4 365 4 376 140 1 267 503 25 1 928 4 376 4 351 149 1 441 847 416 1 159 4 351 3 935 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 141 1 287 854 745 1 319 3 935 3 190 138 1 045 829 756 -1 1 111 3 190 2 434 154 1 006 506 306 960 2 434 2 128 147 1 067 229 .449 1 456 2 768 3 217 154 847 187 .Exports + Stock changes .100 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) AUSTRIA Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 5 663 51 675 -33 575 202 23 561 86 978 120 553 3 749 50 275 3 948 -28 171 184 21 721 120 553 148 724 5 224 46 435 -36 119 219 15 321 148 724 184 843 5 782 38 636 -28 886 171 15 361 184 843 213 729 5 782 38 276 11 445 -18 476 136 14 001 213 729 232 205 5 782 35 876 14 755 -9 020 82 17 801 232 205 241 225 5 782 43 876 21 414 914 37 29 121 241 225 240 311 5 663 46 395 29 829 17 324 .75 .49 39 602 240 311 222 987 5 982 54 355 44 464 24 714 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.Statistical difference .31 43 962 163 903 148 208 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 5 344 48 795 32 301 28 052 .19 33 562 153 492 147 135 5 862 45 555 19 141 3 695 9 35 962 147 135 143 440 5 822 52 155 32 740 23 563 .579 367 3 425 4 004 164 777 85 .

Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .exports) Mcm Mcm 180 1600 160 1400 140 1200 120 1000 100 800 80 600 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 0 Jan-10 0 Oct-09 200 Jul-09 20 Apr-09 400 Jan-09 40 Jan-09 60 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 1400 1500 1200 1000 1000 500 800 0 600 -500 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 -1500 Apr-09 200 Jan-09 -1000 Jan-09 400 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.IV. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .101 AUSTRIA Graph 3 .

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Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.103 BELGIUM Tables 1. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .IV. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2.

5%) Other (6. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.5%) Other (-0. wind.3%) Natural Gas (15.6%) Coal (4.104 .8%) Coal (24. electricity & heat.5%) Nuclear (22.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) BELGIUM Graph 1 .2%) Oil (40. biofuels & waste. solar.IV.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 46 Mtoe) (TPES: 56 Mtoe) Oil (60.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 70 60 50 Mtoe 40 30 20 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .1%) Note: Other includes geothermal. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (25.5%) .

Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 9..59 1.18 .07 5. .87 .90 7.54 3.18 11.57 .6.12 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 33.97 2.01 .73 19.40 . 2.02 3.51 . 6.91 23..82 3.86 16.23 4. electricity and heat..55 39. 0.07 3.. .26 2.70 1. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. biofuels & waste.77 0.91 11..04 ..33 14.26 32.57 .02 46.80 .75 5. .92 10. 4.63 15.41 2.48 7.24 4.3.30 4.59 10.105 BELGIUM Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 6...84 .07 0. .31 11.07 60.0.57 11.97 1.64 . geothermal.69 .58 37. .25 0.60 20.05 5. 1.55 4. electricity and heat.95 1.69 0.24 2.33 . 0.3.1.89 44.63 4..64 1.54 2.31 4.82 0.95 8.60 20.7.66 4. geothermal.69 .62 .07 6.25 . solar.99 1.34 0. .64 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other 1.04 0.27 4.99 13.56 2. 15. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .18 0. 6. .00 0.82 3.12 . 8.13 0..67 .17 3. 0... 5.73 0.08 1..13 4.15 2.0.09 0.84 19. solar. hydro.61 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.76 0.04 8.11 7.24 .92 1.09 0.97 3.98 0..48 4.40 2.65 9.51 4..42 0.90 1..65 3..33 4.64 3.82 1. hydro.2... 0.37 0.51 1.36 5.52 0. 0.65 1.75 0.31 15.08 6.. .04 .94 1.48 6.86 0.45 . solar. .52 5.05 0.00 .22 0.04 12.77 8.20 1.53 0.. 0.90 2.25 1.85 4.11 6.. Other: nuclear.11 5. 0.78 ..20 2. 18..49 6.51 ..79 9.69 11.36 .73 .0.26 1.84 .78 .4..1.15 0.39 .24 0.17 17.57 2.17 . biofuels & waste.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .31 . .25 13.57 2.36 . Other: nuclear. . 7.73 .68 1.38 4.60 3.48 3.06 0.80 3.01 3.75 3.32 .1..45 14.42 45.45 1.68 .27 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 58.52 1.13 9..12 32.03 1.76 0.14 22. 0..22 8..23 1.00 21.76 ..54 56. 0.7.51 .06 1.14 61.68 16...03 . 0.06 57.45 6.01 0. 16.73 2.68 2.15 7.54 5. .19 0.93 7.81 3.71 3.45 8.93 18. 1.32 2..33 2.22 4.41 66.34 11.62 2..14 17...46 27..70 2.43 41.02 .28 22.42 13. .12 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 12. . geothermal..18 0.10.85 3.34 1. biofuels & waste.95 14.29 7.79 9. .36 81.93 0.99 1. .54 11.35 17.51 0.33 1.41 .20 . .10 15. 0.29 .61 22.51 16..12 2.28 e 20. . 3. 14.60 20.77 20.28 2.13 48.14 27.56 1.07 14.. .26 4. 0.5.7.28 3..75 8.95 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 15.12 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 16.5.32 0.02 2.34 0.08 16. 1.6.05 2.03 22.02 0.03 .1.57 3..84 7.82 2.32 0.94 13.25 10.40 3..82 16..99 54.88 8.99 7.10 0.01 0.06 25.. hydro.21 41. .18 .53 .71 3..81 0.68 11. .21 19.96 3. Includes all non-energy use.96 10.11 19.11 4...18 .52 .99 8. 8.92 55.62 11.68 74.32 2. ..21 2.33 3.24 . 4.06 .59 53.61 .55 3..32 0.80 3.87 4.54 2.98 15.89 77.26 2.93 0.56 3.89 . 15..13 3.00 16.51 6.5.52 2.64 11.11 23. .28 8.43 16.09 7. Other: nuclear.70 8.14 8.0.20 3.86 1. 17.96 17.. 1.. 18.75 23. .73 0. 2.03 1.54 e 17.83 3.42 .11 46.08 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 45.90 0.09 .69 1.98 27..47 3.84 .0.51 3.66 12..5..53 .31 2.31 0.29 0.97 . 5.22 10.52 1.13 3.73 4.59 3.43 8. .45 .44 8.30 3..38 ..48 0.12 0.0.07 0.47 13..15 0..73 .95 2. .35 13. 14.93 0.16 5..10 1.02 ..19 15. 8. .73 0. .09 8.7.26 4..36 53.42 11. 0.7.95 2.05 1.IV.01 .71 .94 6..54 60.59 2.28 6.76 0..67 2. . 1.96 24.16 .70 16..01 0. 1.77 10.32 2.14 .

. .. . .68 18 175 711 . . ... 1 702 421 1 281 - 3 513 964 2 549 - 4 041 1 098 2 943 - 4 123 1 213 2 910 - 6 052 1 987 3 867 198 - 6 180 2 020 3 885 275 - 7 171 2 290 4 486 345 50 ... .. .. ... .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) BELGIUM Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 48 34 39 12 - - - - + From other sources + Imports . . ... Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .147 21 098 3 560 175 1 22 910 3 228 197 65 19 185 2 511 74 ... ... .... . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding.134 Total consumption 8 257 9 975 10 503 9 645 17 540 17 712 19 814 16 882 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 2 650 2 404 246 - 1 859 1 369 284 206 - 1 882 1 127 434 321 - 1 545 1 156 189 200 - 4 959 2 727 39 1 849 343 1 - 5 836 3 718 30 1 828 258 2 - 6 204 3 888 1 999 315 2 - .... .. .. Indigenous production Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.57 9 632 .. paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 3 017 1 049 607 140 897 49 96 80 41 5 27 26 3 564 1 070 779 201 1 027 69 92 74 74 2 27 149 3 549 977 769 169 962 73 94 118 71 1 56 259 3 379 701 902 118 560 131 58 159 98 60 592 5 406 737 2 394 110 591 120 102 9 542 152 14 160 141 334 4 682 522 2 314 112 339 108 77 12 621 173 11 230 113 50 5 417 655 2 846 128 232 128 99 131 640 136 20 226 126 50 .Statistical difference 8 335 . .. . 678 678 - 729 729 - 709 709 - 492 492 - 1 045 1 045 - 997 997 - 1 012 1 012 - ..IV. - - - - - - - .. ..... . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.. ... . . .106 . .. . .. . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .67 .. .71 . . .Exports + Stock changes . .. .19 15 10 424 ..10 116 9 975 . - - - - - - - . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 210 35 75 100 - 310 9 118 183 - 322 7 125 190 - 106 2 104 - 78 66 12 17 17 - 10 1 9 .. Final consumption 5 397 7 806 8 299 7 994 12 503 11 859 13 600 . .... .17 ..

.. . . ..5 844 836 911 140 866 6 954 54 909 253 128 123 7 842 2 639 761 327 99 647 2 920 . . ... .. .. . . . .. ..Exports + Stock changes . - - - - - - - ... Final consumption 214 142 309 881 329 375 317 260 496 186 470 632 539 701 .Statistical difference 330 774 . fishing) Non-specified 67 500 16 718 50 782 - 139 529 38 251 101 278 - 160 321 43 585 116 736 - 163 668 48 143 115 525 - 240 193 78 876 153 477 7 840 - 245 183 80 159 154 109 10 915 - 284 541 90 869 177 975 13 696 2 001 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ... .2 815 . ...398 4 613 395 875 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .. .... paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 119 742 41 621 24 112 5 573 35 584 1 955 3 793 3 182 1 629 184 1 068 1 041 141 413 42 450 30 928 7 972 40 742 2 734 3 638 2 956 2 939 67 1 063 5 924 140 898 38 766 30 518 6 707 38 188 2 901 3 743 4 698 2 834 42 2 219 10 282 134 092 27 822 35 809 4 694 22 208 5 201 2 290 6 323 3 900 2 364 23 481 214 510 29 241 94 999 4 364 23 440 4 746 4 062 351 21 496 6 038 546 6 362 5 599 13 266 185 885 20 728 91 834 4 460 13 455 4 275 3 063 491 24 654 6 883 438 9 146 4 493 1 965 215 005 25 999 112 954 5 094 9 201 5 081 3 940 5 197 25 412 5 391 777 8 957 5 010 1 992 . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 8 353 1 403 2 964 3 986 - 12 259 339 4 668 7 252 - 12 803 293 4 957 7 553 - 4 185 69 4 116 - 3 101 2 624 477 684 684 - 408 37 371 . .. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other 26 900 26 900 - 28 939 28 939 - 28 156 28 156 - 19 500 19 500 - 41 483 41 483 - 39 564 39 564 - 40 155 40 155 - . . - - - - - - - . .. . .. . . ... . Indigenous production Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Source: Annual Gas Statistics...2 681 . . . .107 BELGIUM Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 1 913 1 369 1 532 450 - - - - + From other sources + Imports ..2 770 720 653 27 567 .687 ..2 324 382 255 .... .2 998 Total consumption 327 676 395 895 416 850 382 794 696 115 702 945 786 333 667 598 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 105 181 95 417 9 764 - 73 755 54 312 11 254 8 189 - 74 672 44 742 17 208 12 722 - 61 349 45 897 7 514 7 938 - 196 828 108 236 1 529 73 387 13 619 57 - 231 629 147 557 1 204 72 557 10 229 82 - 246 224 154 318 79 314 12 503 89 - .. .IV.... . .746 603 413 681 ... .. . . ... Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. ......

IV.108 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY e e e e .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) BELGIUM Table 4: Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin 2009 2010 2011e 2009 2010 Million cubic metres Belgium Canada Denmark France Germany Italy Mexico Netherlands Norway United Kingdom United States Other OECD 2011e Terajoules 168 6 139 6 140 e 730 13 177 484 5 799 7 198 e 1 163 14 644 122 4 424 4 894 498 9 938 6 680 243 642 243 676 e 28 959 522 957 19 218 230 141 285 658 e 46 154 581 171 4 856 175 557 194 228 19 774 394 415 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD 492 492 459 459 293 293 19 536 19 536 18 215 18 215 11 624 11 624 Non-specified 872 1 774 2 562 34 620 70 422 100 764 Total imports 14 541 16 877 12 793 577 113 669 808 506 803 2010 2011e Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres 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 Terajoules 170 170 81 81 - 6 750 6 750 3 373 3 373 - 88 86 6 055 158 6 387 162 156 81 5 553 5 952 136 5 712 136 408 6 392 3 334 3 266 240 293 6 155 253 048 6 425 6 283 3 254 220 110 236 072 5 477 226 669 5 397 16 981 254 524 e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e e Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 6 557 6 033 6 392 259 798 239 445 254 524 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

109 BELGIUM 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 168 6 139 6 310 730 13 347 484 5 799 7 279 1 163 14 725 122 4 424 4 894 498 9 938 6 680 243 642 250 426 28 959 529 707 19 218 230 141 289 031 46 154 584 544 4 856 175 557 194 228 19 774 394 415 88 86 6 055 492 158 6 879 162 156 5 553 459 81 6 411 136 5 712 293 136 408 6 685 3 334 3 266 240 293 19 536 6 155 272 584 6 425 6 283 220 110 18 215 3 254 254 287 5 477 226 669 11 624 5 397 16 981 266 148 Non-specified 872 1 774 2 562 34 620 70 422 100 764 Total imports 21 098 22 910 19 185 836 911 909 253 761 327 6 141 5 709 5 848 243 559 226 393 232 146 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 Terajoules 78 157 235 78 169 247 - 3 086 6 212 9 298 3 153 6 902 10 055 - Non-specified/other 3 325 2 981 2 511 131 568 118 068 99 647 Total exports 3 560 3 228 2 511 140 866 128 123 99 647 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

979 65 202 36 199 37 178 77 073 8 361 85 434 37 178 28 817 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 97 150 9 268 4 184 102 234 28 817 19 549 79 366 5 577 .110 .114 25 819 636 750 3 659 2 285 .111 43 984 389 500 1 015 .209 8 804 193 402 1 129 .14 322 773 513 527 3 039 1 974 .Exports + Stock changes .46 .134 253 733 379 513 3 056 1 947 .178 1 038 688 866 1 192 .82 288 1 004 750 832 3 656 2 247 164 496 1 077 832 668 3 406 1 616 134 1 148 776 668 534 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 77 776 12 831 1 299 89 308 38 909 26 078 61 760 10 338 1 182 70 916 26 078 15 740 56 489 7 786 976 63 299 15 740 7 954 42 486 305 1 434 41 357 7 954 7 649 40 519 -8 303 301 31 915 7 649 15 952 44 816 -11 364 1 287 32 165 15 952 27 316 48 268 -7 066 -2 41 204 27 316 34 382 47 326 -1 597 49 45 680 34 382 35 979 47 289 .47 961 500 601 1 169 .117 2 541 693 608 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 4 417 2 363 157 355 1 856 608 451 3 851 2 014 141 443 1 535 451 310 3 966 2 283 216 92 1 807 310 94 3 455 2 120 .19 -1 56 083 36 180 36 199 66 181 .25 1 643 912 937 1 942 211 2 153 937 726 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 2 475 233 131 2 577 726 493 2 033 141 24 2 150 493 352 1 780 224 113 1 891 352 128 1 443 .Exports + Stock changes . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 131 666 80 824 -4 925 -11 746 57 663 3 745 8 670 145 233 92 620 -6 370 12 200 34 043 8 670 15 040 113 518 70 793 -5 330 8 295 29 100 15 040 20 370 117 520 75 056 .Statistical difference 8 498 12 788 .101 .IV.Exports 89 699 76 317 86 174 + Stock changes 6 203 5 612 8 553 .62 1 451 128 182 1 431 .201 1 47 087 35 979 36 180 56 101 .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 1 960 323 33 2 250 980 657 1 556 260 29 1 787 657 397 1 423 197 25 1 595 397 200 1 071 7 36 1 042 200 193 1 021 .286 33 810 402 688 1 216 .161 347 858 218 379 2 968 1 848 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .124 .81 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) BELGIUM Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .82 1 526 647 728 1 755 35 .990 38 161 19 856 23 880 56 974 -1 809 9 725 45 440 23 880 25 689 61 031 -3 198 -2 721 60 554 25 689 28 887 69 176 1 369 -3 637 74 182 28 887 27 518 91 684 3 405 -5 750 100 839 27 518 24 113 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 165 652 144 417 148 695 .41 1 151 866 907 1 192 -5 1 1 186 907 912 1 414 1 1 413 912 912 1 668 .109 186 770 527 636 2 490 1 532 .159 -6 1 067 230 389 1 138 .Exports + Stock changes .555 11 245 30 664 20 370 20 925 117 099 76 289 -4 310 5 960 30 540 20 925 25 235 94 829 58 292 -4 523 .653 Total consumption 73 658 60 924 71 727 Opening stock level 24 113 17 910 12 298 Closing stock level 17 910 12 298 3 745 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Totals may not add up due to rounding.22 1 145 601 647 1 525 .54 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .242 1 453 94 218 3 760 2 394 .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .79 1 869 728 693 2 339 85 .48 15 1 368 182 230 1 220 .368 85 311 19 549 13 972 69 471 8 890 3 321 75 040 13 972 5 082 57 992 -2 123 -1 675 57 544 5 082 7 205 57 854 -1 905 1 642 54 307 7 205 9 110 49 539 -6 324 881 42 334 9 110 15 434 46 407 -4 422 2 936 39 049 15 434 19 856 41 195 -4 024 .500 32 514 25 235 29 758 138 988 86 878 -3 244 9 025 39 841 29 758 33 002 138 176 85 514 6 497 16 399 42 760 33 002 26 505 127 771 61 538 5 312 40 731 30 814 26 505 21 193 Indigenous production + Imports .

Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .3 0. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .8 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .6 0.2 500 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 Jan-09 0 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 0.7 2000 0.exports) Mcm Mcm 3000 1 0.5 1500 0.4 1000 0.111 BELGIUM Graph 3 .9 2500 0.IV.1 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 3000 400 300 2500 200 2000 100 1500 0 -100 1000 -200 500 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 -400 Jan-09 -300 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.

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IV. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.113 CANADA Tables 1. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3.

4%) Note: Other includes geothermal.6%) Coal (7.3%) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (34.5%) Hydro (12.6%) Natural Gas (23. biofuels & waste.114 .8%) Oil (32.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CANADA Graph 1 . electricity & heat.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 300 250 Mtoe 200 150 100 50 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .IV.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 159 Mtoe) (TPES: 256 Mtoe) Oil (49. solar.6%) Hydro (10.3%) Nuclear (2.1%) Other (4. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.6%) Other (4.1%) Coal (9. wind.1%) Nuclear (9.

49 .4.19 2.46 47.75 . 1. .77 22. .37 1.76 66.14 1. solar.83 e 397.05 12.69 67.23 e 72.25 46. geothermal.45 21.81 61.39 22.59 2.01 17.72 1.38 26.10 4..09 21.36 0.28 0.22 64. solar.02 33..89 228.80 . hydro. 33.82 7.30 68.73 76. 1.12 2.56 78.22 61.93 .46 19.52 159.90 e 84. hydro.40 .63 207.71 0.30 0.35 37.87 3.2. .72 11.37 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 52.46 56.30 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 95.97 .57 164.04 2.76 68.03 32. Other: nuclear. .26 27. 4..23 18.64 0.72 1.39 23.08 2.40 20...65 e 273.76 9.IV.31 23.52 21.08 9.09 77.27 2.1.. 0.71 72.52 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .79 223.29 64.53 .76 76..10 0.12.05 1.93 .0..80 .1.53 8.07 60.05 .09 2.05 1.85 23.. .08 0.64 20.43 3.11 .80 172.23 18.12.55 11. .1.89 1.30 8.45 1.30 208.12 0.0.55 37.99 2.05 22.42 192.44 79.64 2.37 239..86 21.87 0.38 21.. electricity and heat.34 e 390.00 28.43 22.79 4.48 0.38 28.79 3.91 32.17 0.59 .09 16.21 e 28.71 24.33 57.22 113.74 0.05 5.11 .58 1.70 28.3..93 4.77 14.75 33.28 47. .60 105.96 0.93 53.45 3.14 80.70 159.72 53.53 2.11 63.55 94.27 0..50 25.87 132.45 49.67 .10 16.89 .69 1.87 2.35 2.02 45.77 251.1.72 3.37 .89 11.03 .27 1.18 25.95 64.38 50. 3.62 .37 0.82 10. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.14 14.40 6.41 76.01 52.15 135...09 50.53 3.76 137.73 50..91 61.40 . .52 34.28 18.75 0.60 .72 18.84 e 89.10 25.14 1.29 1.85 64.26 19.59 0.11 12.50 6.47 3.96 13. biofuels & waste.84 5.68 23.09 2.26 7.12 .115 CANADA Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 198.14 0.83 78. Other: nuclear.60 3.81 9.31 165.21 2.56 ..47 2.38 34.15 53.10 4. 0.11 9.46 40.67 20.30 30.0. .53 45.98 13.46 55.45 0.90 39.05 23.44 2.39 24..02 0.13 125..21 1.64 79.00 15.0.87 21.72 88. .95 51.57 1.39 15.02 16..44 6.15 37.26 0..60 e 90.40 11.57 3.20 43.32 2.. .70 20.12 36.13 .05 12.42 63.51 39..65 5.31 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 59. .05 0.54 1.25 19. geothermal.18 0.09 0.52 256..24 1.95 2.1.72 75.85 130.52 2.43 71. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 36.24 7. hydro.27 79.48 .23 10.10 3.76 5.83 20. 2.84 78.33 48.93 1. . . 8.75 78. Other: nuclear.40 0.68 4.57 20.76 1.40 23.81 1.08 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 44.61 2.06 42. geothermal.25 20.18 15.66 123.01 0.03 49..15 20.23 37..10 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.82 11.99 4.79 0.10 25.76 .59 86.37 85..13 6.25 53.12.81 1.38 21.77 67.92 90.27 0.07 43.95 1..54 54.22 2.65 1.51 24.0.21 50.12.55 0. .47 0.32 1.61 69.59 .78 174.74 10. 0.77 3.91 84.79 12.36 4.72 33.97 4.15 57.35 4. 1.58 .08 30.. .53 20.34 .97 23.18 62..55 3.34 156..2.65 .38 0.01 1.40 53.25 10.20 43.32 61.98 47.06 16.06 52.43 3.74 33..18 250.67 21. .36 .78 18.51 1.98 51.61 45.28 3.07 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 131.2.29 .98 2..12 59.00 15.49 2.55 88.62 .57 190. 1. .26 2.36 96.75 10.. .08 87.89 2.43 66.62 83.55 23.32 5. .75 408.19 0.49 2..59 0..00 28.64 7. 0.80 21.22 79.45 . .75 72.0.71 82.47 1.94 195.93 . 0. Includes all non-energy use.00 30.91 1.44 1..05 230.09 e 348.08 8.07 2.17 3.. solar.54 2.28 44. .64 155. electricity and heat. .92 2.66 29.0.11 0.0.53 11.28 0.79 0.83 132.66 0.82 2.68 1..30 21.17 10.50 4.89 55. 2. 0. biofuels & waste.73 57.72 . biofuels & waste. . 1.94 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .63 42.29 26.19 41.

.. . . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.. .... .. . ..593 6 3 22 563 377 2 617 641 40 689 . ..1 616 88 15 601 103 000 6 256 .. .. Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.2 503 20 659 95 241 5 599 . . . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 14 572 14 572 16 553 1 551 2 210 701 674 1 681 2 030 7 706 19 892 1 799 2 941 813 620 4 119 2 111 7 489 20 755 1 493 3 526 660 416 1 797 3 041 517 9 305 25 552 1 547 3 180 697 58 10 205 1 443 486 7 936 24 904 1 560 3 979 606 52 11 063 2 052 376 5 216 27 053 1 639 4 494 554 52 12 545 1 997 478 5 294 .1 Total consumption 43 386 50 036 53 318 67 319 97 686 95 256 96 776 105 956 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 5 243 5 243 - 2 520 2 050 470 - 2 178 1 584 594 - 3 013 1 264 747 289 293 420 14 183 6 419 1 943 3 043 2 080 698 14 718 5 047 3 595 2 992 2 375 709 17 207 5 369 3 920 4 617 2 335 966 .. .. . . .Exports + Stock changes .. - - - - - - - . .. ... . .. . ... - 128 128 - 2 006 2 006 - 3 567 44 3 523 - 3 890 49 3 841 - 3 295 49 3 246 - 2 976 49 2 927 - .. . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding. .1 834 30 172 92 724 8 086 .362 22 620 95 589 8 082 . ... . . . 14 555 7 049 7 506 - 19 613 8 960 10 334 319 - 19 714 8 641 10 736 337 - 24 847 10 247 13 987 613 - 31 470 12 893 17 985 592 - 31 047 13 238 17 187 622 - 29 085 12 403 15 966 716 - .. Source: Annual Gas Statistics..Statistical difference 409 28 372 .1 613 2 379 2 24 537 .... Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 9 016 9 016 - 8 876 8 053 823 - 6 665 5 877 788 - 10 972 115 9 566 1 291 - 18 804 114 17 244 1 446 - 17 685 105 16 393 1 187 - 16 852 113 15 422 1 317 - . .. Final consumption 29 127 38 640 44 475 53 334 64 699 62 853 62 717 ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CANADA Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production 75 341 75 170 78 118 109 071 176 326 163 877 159 829 160 421 + From other sources + Imports ... - 2 346 2 346 - 2 863 2 863 - 4 165 4 165 - 3 787 3 787 - 3 607 3 607 - 3 603 3 603 - ... ..116 . .. .. .. .. . . ... ..IV.. . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ...

. . 1 103 917 1 464 452 1 685 597 2 014 933 2 476 354 2 415 407 2 415 841 .. ... . . 552 260 552 260 627 357 58 770 83 757 26 569 25 535 63 702 76 949 292 075 753 905 68 174 111 465 30 815 23 492 156 122 79 989 283 848 784 114 56 397 133 216 24 936 15 713 67 884 114 891 19 524 351 553 977 608 59 192 121 648 26 671 2 200 390 439 55 221 18 602 303 635 957 130 59 967 152 907 23 296 2 017 425 170 78 868 14 458 200 447 1 042 121 63 136 173 106 21 358 1 990 483 247 76 936 18 404 203 944 .. . .. Losses Final consumption Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. . . ....NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . . - 88 898 88 898 - 108 522 108 522 - 157 348 157 348 - 144 925 144 925 - 138 640 138 640 - 138 797 138 797 - ..22 471 217 121 855 132 14 051 98 947 24 220 1 537 221 .. 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. .13 897 871 340 3 682 101 311 310 ... - 4 856 4 856 - 76 019 76 019 - 134 752 1 660 133 092 - 148 842 1 882 146 960 - 126 617 1 891 124 726 - 114 632 1 895 112 737 - ... Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 341 718 341 718 - 336 397 305 193 31 204 - 252 599 222 726 29 873 - 414 535 4 350 361 419 48 766 - 719 446 4 358 659 753 55 335 - 679 644 4 048 629 975 45 621 - 649 174 4 360 594 067 50 747 - . . .... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..IV..96 790 793 921 3 660 093 215 169 ...... .. . .. . .... .Statistical difference 15 516 1 075 287 . .. - - - - - - - .. .. .. .... . .1 Total consumption 1 644 341 1 896 358 2 020 752 2 543 316 3 738 467 3 660 672 3 727 802 4 081 414 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 198 706 198 706 - 95 509 77 682 17 827 - 82 556 60 039 22 517 - 113 848 47 767 28 225 10 919 11 062 15 875 542 667 245 591 74 358 116 444 79 569 26 705 565 621 193 963 138 140 114 995 91 271 27 252 662 787 206 827 150 984 177 829 89 950 37 197 . ..117 CANADA Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production 2 855 419 2 848 933 2 960 659 4 120 688 6 746 226 6 297 778 6 156 621 6 179 432 + From other sources + Imports .61 036 3 335 596 887 3 940 791 239 355 .. . . ..Exports + Stock changes . 551 657 267 164 284 493 - 743 341 339 587 391 646 12 108 - 747 151 327 491 406 903 12 757 - 938 719 387 137 528 411 23 171 - 1 204 979 493 297 689 047 22 635 - 1 193 020 508 718 660 385 23 917 - 1 120 291 477 756 614 953 27 582 - . .70 632 1 162 241 3 571 721 311 461 ... ..61 144 90 163 68 929 955 . .. . ... . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .

IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .118 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CANADA 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 19 682 19 682 20 509 20 509 28 722 28 722 756 375 756 375 790 022 790 022 1 106 385 1 106 385 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD - - - - - - Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 19 682 20 509 28 722 756 375 790 022 1 106 385 2010 2011e Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Australia United States Other OECD Terajoules - - - - - - 84 93 800 977 92 424 1 595 2 111 155 1 295 1 450 3 228 3 574 30 744 37 546 3 544 16 333 61 441 81 318 5 971 49 885 55 856 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 977 2 111 1 450 37 546 81 318 55 856 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.

IV.119 CANADA 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 19 682 19 682 20 509 20 509 28 722 28 722 756 375 756 375 790 022 790 022 1 106 385 1 106 385 84 93 800 977 424 1 595 92 2 111 155 1 295 1 450 3 228 3 574 30 744 37 546 16 333 61 441 3 544 81 318 5 971 49 885 55 856 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 20 659 22 620 30 172 793 921 871 340 1 162 241 93 424 155 3 574 16 333 5 971 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 95 241 95 241 95 589 95 589 Terajoules 92 724 92 724 3 660 093 3 660 093 3 682 101 3 682 101 3 571 721 3 571 721 - - - - - - 95 241 95 589 92 724 3 660 093 3 682 101 3 571 721 Source: Annual Gas Statistics. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

Exports + Stock changes .671 5 745 - 12 804 1 490 8 012 .28 5 747 - 12 583 1 243 6 847 364 1 7 342 - 12 783 1 862 7 296 621 -1 7 971 - 15 136 2 162 8 513 2 640 11 425 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 15 300 2 268 9 142 2 230 10 656 - 13 252 1 917 7 756 2 155 9 568 - 13 763 2 343 7 757 502 8 851 - 12 733 1 475 7 078 17 1 7 146 - 13 028 1 649 7 682 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level 618 677 89 254 349 851 96 394 1 454 473 - 551 128 84 884 335 671 83 001 -1 383 343 - 606 582 74 022 372 224 69 396 1 377 775 - 508 813 62 572 286 300 -3 758 281 327 - 497 807 51 396 249 818 -59 593 239 792 - 482 516 38 695 254 195 -65 373 1 201 642 - 482 516 38 695 254 195 -65 373 1 201 642 - 504 993 45 766 321 863 -10 680 -1 218 217 - 480 202 51 104 309 392 -1 061 220 853 - 483 549 47 757 263 138 13 992 -1 282 161 - 491 262 71 541 280 366 23 873 306 310 - 581 692 83 082 327 151 101 459 439 082 - 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 .227 7 447 - 12 650 2 505 7 160 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CANADA Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .IV.Exports + Stock changes .Exports 371 302 316 376 311 862 + Stock changes 118 156 86 273 36 374 .454 1 5 827 - 13 158 1 417 8 435 .Statistical difference Total consumption 468 245 421 975 398 416 Opening stock level Closing stock level * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.101 7 645 - 13 005 2 554 6 850 777 9 486 - 14 619 2 800 8 053 1 074 -1 10 441 - 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 . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 491 435 89 557 279 386 642 302 248 - 483 453 87 582 276 123 -8 735 286 177 - 486 120 96 259 275 155 -25 787 -1 281 438 - 482 220 79 638 312 128 -17 455 232 275 - 491 273 84 012 295 841 -4 333 1 275 110 - 469 150 88 219 273 334 -27 835 256 200 - 498 896 83 138 283 646 -3 906 294 482 - 500 953 98 380 263 847 29 934 365 420 - 563 139 107 856 310 198 41 386 -1 402 184 - INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .723 -1 6 651 - 12 952 2 158 7 364 .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 16 099 2 322 9 104 2 508 -1 11 826 - 14 341 2 209 8 735 2 160 9 975 - 15 854 1 935 9 729 1 814 9 874 - 13 240 1 628 7 450 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level 587 983 87 148 351 319 85 680 409 492 - 509 294 73 670 298 078 82 817 1 367 702 - 528 908 90 038 298 090 19 300 340 156 - 489 314 56 673 271 992 642 1 274 636 - 500 674 63 371 295 223 -8 735 260 087 - 462 559 57 818 273 818 -25 787 -1 220 773 - 492 042 57 241 307 882 -17 455 -1 223 947 - 505 670 54 459 324 149 -4 323 1 231 656 - 474 663 55 773 274 416 -27 835 228 185 - 498 121 71 354 280 722 -3 906 -1 284 848 - 504 631 92 795 269 066 22 122 350 482 - 593 532 109 736 355 420 92 259 1 440 106 - 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 600 615 536 537 550 551 + Imports 120 776 115 541 123 353 .101 7 395 - 13 101 2 409 6 985 574 9 099 - 15 408 2 849 9 227 2 395 11 425 - Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 15 592 3 135 9 639 3 067 -1 12 156 - 13 929 3 000 8 213 2 240 1 10 955 - 14 293 3 202 8 096 944 10 343 - 12 788 2 330 7 270 17 7 865 - 12 580 2 279 7 185 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .454 6 044 - 12 754 2 181 7 680 .227 6 768 - 12 036 1 505 7 125 .723 -1 5 924 - 12 932 1 852 7 288 .120 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.112 1 7 142 - 12 179 2 290 7 096 .278 1 5 678 - 12 496 1 330 8 051 .98 7 320 - 12 954 1 337 6 501 -1 551 -1 6 240 - 12 556 1 007 6 614 -1 701 1 5 247 - 12 556 1 007 6 614 -1 701 1 5 247 - 13 141 1 191 8 375 .671 1 7 323 - 12 548 2 072 8 122 .Exports + Stock changes .112 6 028 - 12 322 1 448 7 124 .

exports) Jan-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Stock changes Jan-11 -9000 Oct-10 0 Jul-10 -8000 Apr-10 2000 Jan-10 -7000 Oct-09 4000 Jul-09 -6000 Apr-09 6000 Oct-11 -5000 Jul-11 8000 Apr-11 -4000 Jan-11 10000 Oct-10 -3000 Jul-10 12000 Apr-10 -2000 Jan-10 14000 Oct-09 -1000 Jul-09 16000 Apr-09 0 Jan-09 18000 Jan-09 Mcm Mcm Total consumption Mcm Mcm 14000 4000 12000 3000 10000 2000 8000 1000 6000 0 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 -2000 Apr-09 2000 Jan-09 -1000 Jan-09 4000 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.121 CANADA Graph 3 .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

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NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8.IV. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6.123 CHILE Tables 1. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4.

Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 9 Mtoe) (TPES: 32 Mtoe) Oil (47. wind.6%) Coal (14.1%) Natural Gas (6.7%) Other (16.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 35 30 25 Mtoe 20 15 10 5 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .6%) .IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (14.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CHILE Graph 1 .5%) Hydro (5.6%) Hydro (5.2%) Note: Other includes geothermal.124 .1%) Other (15. electricity & heat. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.8%) Oil (58.0%) Coal (16. biofuels & waste. solar.

98 4.26 ..15 0.75 1.30 1.80 3.96 7.17 3.72 0..81 5.90 3.76 2.84 1.75 0. 3.10 4.68 3..10 0.61 0.125 CHILE 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 5.02 7.35 2.06 0.72 1.49 0. Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 8. 1.08 24.32 0.81 0. .11 .74 0.03 1.21 0..92 4.73 4.35 0.12 ..23 2. 0. .28 ..93 0. 0.3.15 2..72 2.02 4..11 1. 2.42 . biofuels & waste.14 .33 0.69 5.38 4.42 .73 0..54 .40 4.13 ..77 e 5.35 .18 1. . 5.51 1.45 11.34 0..49 0.23 3..61 0.64 2. 0.22 17.00 .42 8.. 5.14 0. .09 .04 0.82 1..08 0..76 .45 22..06 0. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. .2.68 0. 3. 1..97 1.22 0.70 1. 0.89 0.09 0. .47 1. 0.02 6.. 21.56 0.80 9.03 0. 0.92 4.90 .52 4.82 3.1.07 .38 3.4. 0.. electricity and heat.58 5.01 .53 4.07 6.55 0.72 1..47 14.02 0.29 0. .21 1.56 6.04 3. . 5.52 1.18 .37 .12 22.69 0.96 1.60 11..18 4. Includes all non-energy use.47 0. . Other: nuclear.86 2. .0.99 4.35 2.89 0. 3.08 1.95 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 6.84 .96 0.95 3.24 .45 3.50 3.89 4.66 . 2.14 9..62 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 2.84 . 3.IV.93 1. solar.41 1.30 3.01 1.06 .97 e .10 1.10 3.04 .27 2. .30 .01 1.95 .10 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 2..04 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.71 3.94 0.39 5.27 9. 3.42 0.60 0.26 6.65 0.02 4.06 0.59 0.57 5.80 0.06 5. .88 7. hydro..32 0. 3. solar..25 6.02 .. 0. .59 0..20 4.50 10.54 5. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .59 ..62 1.17 6.58 4..82 9.24 7.08 0.52 2.98 .14 0. Other: nuclear.03 0.30 1.87 0.90 18.50 ..18 e 4.51 1.22 .08 4.79 0.19 0.95 0. . 0. 3.64 3.82 2.20 0.21 .96 .45 0.69 7.1.13 0.47 15. 0.83 0.00 4.55 0.12 0.24 0.87 0.69 0.01 3.84 0.06 2.51 1.86 3.94 20.24 4.24 3.01 1.05 0.03 .50 1. .31 0. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 1. 10.43 0.04 8.47 15. .99 4.95 0...57 2.77 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 3.92 3.06 .17 1..90 8.88 32.48 0. Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 0...11 0. geothermal. 2.. .69 9.43 0.10 0.30 0. 3..07 4. 6.04 0. 9..36 2..01 3. .37 .40 3. biofuels & waste.72 2.02 .62 3.45 3.76 18.63 .01 16.75 0.. 1.63 .63 4.20 1..04 0.41 4.52 0.02 2. 7.67 1.08 15.52 1..78 2. 0.05 0.04 1.21 .36 0.62 .02 3. 0.81 30.85 .11 2.55 0.66 5.50 29.. hydro.51 .51 0.17 2.79 15..00 3.13 6.56 11..75 .48 .06 2.12 . Other: nuclear. geothermal...95 3. 2..37 3.1. .34 1.50 3.74 .04 1.73 2.4.9.32 2.75 3.45 1.04 7.01 ..91 9.17 5.76 .95 ..05 0.39 0.57 .09 0. .09 4...90 5.7.95 0.46 6.01 3.26 0..57 2.46 0.18 9.48 5....72 5. solar.48 3.68 5. .32 5.90 8.09 . hydro.48 2.79 0.51 7. . 3.7... electricity and heat.44 0..35 5.11 0.64 9.3.15 1. 3..22 2. ...52 7.26 12..17 .74 1. 2. ..99 3. 0.03 0. biofuels & waste.43 0.47 7.. . 0.37 0.81 0.72 15.07 0.12 0.01 4.35 12.. .03 4.07 0.94 4.00 1.47 2.14 23.63 4. .07 1.33 0.20 0.25 0.44 1.79 0.0.81 9.. .48 1. 4.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .27 6.47 3.82 e 5.67 0.22 6. .79 15. .20 1.93 1...08 0.13 4.02 6..53 1.34 5.01 4.94 7.03 3..57 2.14 6.13 0.09 . 4.39 0.50 0.. geothermal.

.. ........ .... . Losses 146 154 136 - - - - .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp... Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - 7 7 - 15 15 - 24 24 - 21 21 - . .. . .. . . .. .... ... .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 402 402 - 439 439 - 555 555 - 213 213 - 506 464 41 1 - 609 431 176 2 - 395 312 45 3 35 .Statistical difference Total consumption Final consumption 47 120 118 1 072 1 668 1 730 2 800 . .. Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports . ..102 32 5 4 152 - 625 748 856 1 360 2 752 3 252 5 296 5 624 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 30 30 - 35 35 - 47 47 - 75 47 28 - 578 504 55 19 - 913 863 29 8 13 - 2 101 2 045 17 24 15 - . . . .IV. . . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. ... ... .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . . . - - - 882 882 - 1 017 1 017 - 922 922 - 861 861 - . . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding. ... .. paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 2 2 10 10 9 9 4 1 3 75 6 30 2 37 182 6 19 1 75 58 23 1 309 5 140 4 906 104 150 ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CHILE Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 625 1 438 856 1 679 1 733 1 845 1 848 1 467 - 690 - - .239 81 1 461 18 153 5 3 577 ..126 . .319 - 780 .. . .. .. . ...... 45 8 37 - 110 20 90 - 109 20 89 - 179 25 154 - 561 137 423 1 - 602 157 439 6 - 609 142 464 3 - . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.Exports + Stock changes . .. . ..

. 80 80 389 389 352 352 134 22 112 2 971 226 19 1 185 76 1 465 7 089 219 728 34 2 933 2 257 918 51 212 215 5 483 160 35 434 4 069 5 851 .. .9 407 3 223 56 980 704 6 034 199 139 900 .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 15 721 15 721 - 17 170 17 170 - 21 704 21 704 - 8 312 8 312 - 19 806 18 148 1 605 53 - 23 837 16 861 6 884 92 - 15 467 12 215 1 773 103 1 376 ... ...12 482 .. . . . . 1 758 320 1 438 - 4 304 784 3 520 - 4 263 777 3 486 - 6 994 976 6 018 - 21 934 5 354 16 544 36 - 23 536 6 126 17 163 247 - 23 804 5 570 18 136 98 - .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .... . . .. ...... .127 CHILE Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 24 457 56 254 33 494 65 611 67 578 71 956 71 948 57 960 - 26 984 - - .Statistical difference Total consumption Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp... ..3 966 969 199 161 683 3 24 457 29 270 33 494 53 131 107 476 126 829 207 112 219 839 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 1 172 1 172 - 1 369 1 369 - 1 838 1 838 - 2 910 1 827 1 083 - 22 582 19 704 2 135 743 - 35 706 33 733 1 143 314 516 - 82 126 79 939 673 936 578 - . Final consumption 1 838 4 693 4 615 41 909 65 088 67 286 109 519 . . .. . . . - - - 34 522 34 522 - 39 582 39 582 - 35 726 35 726 - 33 681 33 681 - . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics. . . ....IV... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..... ... . .. - - - 259 259 - 601 601 - 935 935 - 822 822 - .. .. .. .. . .Exports + Stock changes .2 30 491 ... . . . . Losses 5 726 6 038 5 337 - - - - . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports . . ... . ... 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...

128 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CHILE 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 - - - - - - 885 885 556 556 294 294 34 575 34 575 21 647 21 647 11 445 11 445 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 885 556 294 34 575 21 647 11 445 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 - - 77 77 - - 2 988 2 988 335 83 158 576 173 386 1 342 256 675 189 3 021 111 1 315 84 603 1 205 463 3 781 13 034 3 219 6 152 22 405 6 727 15 125 52 590 10 025 26 398 7 388 118 253 4 306 51 201 3 253 23 494 46 930 18 066 147 250 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 576 3 021 3 858 22 405 118 253 150 238 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.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .129 CHILE 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 - - 77 77 - - 2 988 2 988 885 335 83 158 1 461 173 556 386 1 342 256 675 189 3 577 294 111 1 315 84 603 1 205 463 4 075 34 575 13 034 3 219 6 152 56 980 6 727 21 647 15 125 52 590 10 025 26 398 7 388 139 900 11 445 4 306 51 201 3 253 23 494 46 930 18 066 158 695 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 1 461 3 577 4 152 56 980 139 900 161 683 83 429 603 3 219 16 752 23 494 2010 2011e Memo: Total OPEC Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules 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 - - - - - - Source: Annual Gas Statistics.IV.

Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .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-09 160 210 63 307 - 116 146 5 257 - 164 204 60 308 - 165 134 85 214 - 172 51 -9 232 - 163 14 .Exports + Stock changes .IV.Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes . Totals may not add up due to rounding.Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CHILE Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 4 346 12 798 17 144 - 4 544 12 673 17 217 - 4 425 16 742 21 167 - 4 781 13 870 18 651 - 4 583 14 562 19 145 - 4 228 12 348 16 576 - 4 307 8 966 13 273 - 3 911 12 397 16 308 - 4 109 6 939 11 048 - Indigenous production + Imports .11 188 - 172 109 83 198 - 167 27 .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption 19 224 21 960 22 045 Opening stock level Closing stock level * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.57 251 - 140 230 56 314 - 182 149 31 300 - 178 217 104 291 - 192 225 108 309 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 169 289 152 306 - 152 187 107 232 - 168 260 55 373 - 156 302 128 330 - 158 258 59 357 - 152 298 99 351 - 152 323 130 345 - 150 271 56 365 - 140 318 113 345 - 142 249 66 325 - 138 307 55 390 - 136 400 116 420 - Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 113 379 492 - 100 463 563 - 112 452 564 - 110 328 438 - 115 326 441 - 112 431 1 542 - 121 356 477 - 116 374 490 - 107 317 424 - 109 231 340 - 99 318 417 - 104 178 282 - 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 6 322 8 187 2 380 12 129 - 4 583 5 679 108 10 154 - 6 480 7 954 2 265 12 169 - 6 519 5 229 3 293 8 455 - 6 796 1 970 .Exports + Stock changes .130 .400 9 166 - 6 440 539 .449 7 428 - 6 796 4 237 3 210 7 823 - 6 598 1 053 -2 266 9 917 - 5 531 8 948 2 073 12 406 - 7 191 5 798 1 136 11 853 - 7 033 8 471 4 007 11 497 - 7 586 8 774 4 152 12 208 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 6 677 11 238 5 825 12 090 - 6 005 7 249 4 088 9 166 - 6 638 10 107 2 008 14 737 - 6 163 11 759 4 884 13 038 - 6 243 10 018 2 156 14 105 - 6 005 11 595 3 732 13 868 - 6 005 12 588 4 962 13 631 - 5 926 10 533 2 038 14 421 - 5 531 12 379 4 279 13 631 - 5 610 9 674 2 443 12 841 - 5 452 11 938 1 981 15 409 - 5 373 15 560 4 339 16 594 - 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 4 465 3 951 4 425 + Imports 14 759 18 009 17 620 .Exports + Stock changes .

IV.2 100 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 0 Jan-09 0.3 0.exports) Mcm Mcm 500 250 450 400 200 350 150 300 250 100 200 150 50 100 Stock changes Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Jan-09 0 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 50 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 600 1 0.4 200 0.9 500 0. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .6 300 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .8 0.7 400 0.1 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.131 CHILE Graph 3 .5 0.

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Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.IV. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. 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. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6.133 CZECH REPUBLIC Tables 1. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 60 50 Mtoe 40 30 20 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 . wind.2%) Note: Other includes geothermal.4%) Coal (78.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CZECH REPUBLIC Graph 1 .2%) Nuclear (17.134 . electricity & heat. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.2%) Hydro (0.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 45 Mtoe) (TPES: 43 Mtoe) Oil (20.2%) Natural Gas Other (2.8%) Coal (41.4%) Hydro (0.9%) Natural Gas (16.IV. solar. biofuels & waste.3%) (-0. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Other (3.4%) Oil (19.8%) .

20 13.27 11.24 40.17 .00 0..85 1.98 2..55 .01 0.43 3.17 2.68 6.02 2.57 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 31.71 . .08 49.32 22... hydro. ..90 7.66 35.31 4.39 1.71 0.99 2. .45 10.51 14.06 6.19 7.10 9.00 0. solar. .25 .74 0. ..54 14.69 25.22 5.22 4. 2.45 1. .41 21.46 5.13 41.54 9.23 2..1.1. ..62 13.42 .39 2.21 0. 2.27 20.1.97 9..00 0.65 .36 8.. biofuels & waste.58 0..35 8.12 11.96 18.27 .6. solar.15 0. .85 9.02 8..42 .5. 10.22 6.58 . 2.63 4.84 33.14 7.1.56 8.69 1.76 2.83 1. Other: nuclear.09 1. .66 0.82 .10 1.03 .19 4.83 5.13 5.24 0.2.81 7.58 3.1.71 2.42 6.20 0.89 0.43 42..17 0.57 0.84 6.81 2.69 0.04 4.78 0.11 7.15 7.2.12 .24 .56 e 0.14 1.65 27.83 0.1.75 20.76 9.73 8.02 46.34 .84 2. geothermal.05 0.43 0.77 2.46 2.28 6..24 8.15 5.25 8.12 0.78 15.77 0.22 .38 0.85 . biofuels & waste. hydro. 0..0.71 4.6.15 0.93 31.0.70 1.95 2.2.1.17 1.93 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 45. .69 .09 4.44 .97 7.88 0.15 .30 .22 .22 .75 .73 4.61 3.59 21.37 5.50 22. 2. . 3.19 32.69 21. ..68 .92 0.42 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 10.6.46 6.45 31.75 .. ..38 0.43 1.25 2. .13 1.57 4..45 14.36 0. 4.46 5.01 0.09 9.38 2.36 3.39 13.37 2.60 4. Includes all non-energy use.83 1.16 1.20 2.70 3.91 17.23 19.54 4..11 0.72 9.86 6.27 5.95 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 3.82 22..7.95 8..45 0..97 . 2..5.00 0.45 0.35 0..16 2.2.94 10. 2.66 1.01 0.58 5.04 0.23 0.88 1.58 4.71 3.89 1.32 0.92 2.62 34.00 0.59 2.18 9.15 0.63 e 1.62 0.58 8.56 .91 1. 1.92 3.41 0. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .91 1.09 41.51 .75 17. geothermal.70 0.59 10.86 .27 . electricity and heat..62 2..26 0.55 .04 0.1.24 1.30 3. .62 5.41 10.83 .20 0. .88 23.36 0..20 0.03 2.63 0.62 7. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 9.59 8.21 40.21 3.36 0.57 5.1.27 2.32 .49 6.64 2. .69 2.61 20.92 0.07 1.31 20. biofuels & waste.82 e 0.51 12.02 .1. 0.69 1..07 5.23 1.96 0.13 1.55 .55 7.91 0.90 .10 3.27 2.50 .04 0.13 1. Other: nuclear.52 9.51 14.52 0.59 2.IV.35 0.80 .89 0. 0.52 0.73 31.32 6.32 e 0. .25 .01 e 0.51 0.03 2.60 2.57 4.44 19..28 0. .0.67 9.97 10.05 42.43 0.37 0..38 7. Other: nuclear.. solar.59 8.74 4.63 5.38 9.03 0. .15 8.59 0.09 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 13.55 1.07 5.32 1..75 10.92 0.34 .71 0.46 6.64 10.22 36.00 0..36 1..58 44.25 10. geothermal.40 5.57 0. hydro.6.76 12.11 7..14 13.18 2.73 10. .0.10 0.93 10.55 7..42 4.33 20.88 .21 .06 0.09 1.47 8.91 26.04 6.65 . electricity and heat. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .25 25.21 8.62 2.47 4.92 0.10.05 6.42 8.32 .92 0.45 0.2.27 27.68 0. ..38 19.7.72 0.85 20.50 e 0.85 e 2.35 e 3.46 8.4. .40 0.17 17..95 7.05 7.58 .52 .05 .20 2.85 5.04 38.88 0.54 34.1.52 0.54 3. .08 1..69 4.79 3.03 .19 9..22 .0.54 3.57 2.62 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 10.59 .90 1.92 9.51 . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.34 10.14.0. .63 0.22 0.99 6.0.1.26 6.78 2.0.30 4.38 4.09 5.78 .70 17.20 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 18.6.06 1.34 7.80 8.59 2.21 18.22 1.66 .39 e 31.85 1. . .16 7.07 6.13.2.11. 6.10 14.88 5.41 0. 2.15 e 0.6.64 1.75 7.88 0.135 CZECH REPUBLIC 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 38.38 0..85 .

. .. . .136 . ... . . . ..IV. Source: Annual Gas Statistics.... . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - 138 6 2 130 - 135 7 3 125 - 120 4 116 - ..... . .. 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. .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. 575 575 1 251 1 251 352 352 3 027 3 027 2 747 342 235 45 797 177 335 35 344 118 29 99 71 120 2 345 293 221 39 586 171 331 34 342 105 32 77 50 64 2 797 347 303 49 650 206 361 68 366 119 38 93 60 137 . . .537 29 8 510 159 712 . - - - - 118 118 - 72 72 - 119 119 - .. ..14 9 321 167 . . . ......170 14 5 988 327 4 9 573 968 ... .154 1 279 2 509 3 243 6 573 8 687 8 184 9 280 8 944 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 260 168 92 - 389 208 181 - 1 767 208 1 325 234 - 1 259 5 4 175 73 379 190 433 - 1 175 10 296 161 624 84 - 1 173 10 311 169 597 86 - 1 251 17 349 128 672 85 - . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. . ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CZECH REPUBLIC Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 474 500 412 262 199 178 203 183 911 5 .. . ... .. .78 39 9 683 1 111 . Losses - - - - 92 206 163 ...83 18 2 005 12 34 18 3 015 .... fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding.. - - - - 84 7 77 - 88 8 80 - 91 11 80 - . . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports ... . 444 216 190 38 - 869 424 370 75 - 1 124 548 479 97 - 2 287 916 1 149 222 - 4 333 1 629 2 510 65 129 4 165 1 529 2 512 63 61 4 739 1 681 2 906 78 74 . .... .Exports + Stock changes .547 .. .. . .. .. . 1 019 2 120 1 476 5 314 7 282 6 670 7 746 .. . ..

Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.. . .3 024 1 481 368 886 42 309 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .5 728 Total consumption 47 490 93 196 120 445 244 123 329 762 311 794 353 955 341 142 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 9 674 6 254 3 420 - 14 425 7 714 6 711 - 65 613 7 714 49 226 8 673 - 46 697 173 139 6 500 2 700 14 077 7 041 16 067 - 44 611 383 8 11 238 6 093 23 685 3 204 - 44 674 380 1 11 850 6 420 22 749 3 274 - 47 708 649 13 305 4 875 25 649 3 230 - . . .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . . . . ....3 071 - 74 544 419 1 256 - 112 081 . 16 460 8 032 7 008 1 420 - 32 300 15 762 13 752 2 786 - 41 744 20 370 17 773 3 601 - 84 982 34 007 42 719 8 256 - 164 433 61 822 95 246 2 485 4 880 158 753 58 250 95 797 2 400 2 306 180 750 64 120 110 828 2 972 2 830 .. .. ..20 437 1 121 324 541 6 063 26 434 ... . Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.1 264 355 528 6 375 ..Exports + Stock changes . ... Losses - - - - 3 499 7 848 6 229 . ..6 327 - 222 627 12 159 - 363 565 36 766 .137 CZECH REPUBLIC Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production 16 884 17 815 14 691 9 337 7 468 6 775 7 779 7 066 + From other sources + Imports . . . ... ... ... paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 21 356 21 356 46 471 46 471 13 088 13 088 112 444 112 444 104 326 12 965 8 938 1 700 30 253 6 709 12 726 1 344 13 072 4 494 1 115 3 764 2 697 4 549 89 307 11 160 8 407 1 504 22 326 6 516 12 606 1 288 13 016 4 002 1 219 2 926 1 896 2 441 106 711 13 250 11 564 1 880 24 801 7 846 13 787 2 575 13 960 4 544 1 466 3 558 2 270 5 210 .. - - - - 3 195 257 2 938 - 3 357 309 3 048 - 3 443 402 3 041 - .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - 5 218 209 83 4 926 - 5 112 252 98 4 762 - 4 568 156 4 412 - . ... . .... . . .. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics. . . .. ..IV. Final consumption 37 816 78 771 54 832 197 426 276 434 254 160 295 450 . - - - - 4 480 4 480 - 2 743 2 743 - 4 546 4 546 - .... . . .Statistical difference 33 863 186 ....20 805 .. .... ... .. ... .

138 .IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CZECH REPUBLIC 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 3 000 3 000 1 057 1 057 279 279 114 290 114 290 40 310 40 310 10 660 10 660 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD 6 683 6 683 7 453 7 453 9 042 9 042 254 596 254 596 284 231 284 231 344 868 344 868 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 9 683 8 510 9 321 368 886 324 541 355 528 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.

139 CZECH REPUBLIC 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 3 000 3 000 1 057 1 057 279 279 114 290 114 290 40 310 40 310 10 660 10 660 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 6 683 6 683 7 453 7 453 9 042 9 042 254 596 254 596 284 231 284 231 344 868 344 868 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 9 683 8 510 9 321 368 886 324 541 355 528 - - - - - - 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 1 012 99 1 111 159 159 Terajoules 167 167 38 543 3 766 42 309 6 063 6 063 6 375 6 375 - - - - - - 1 111 159 167 42 309 6 063 6 375 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

509 326 1 119 1 628 15 1 046 103 .299 323 2 560 2 859 16 635 17 .Exports + Stock changes .209 483 1 823 2 032 17 621 14 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .Exports 457 653 760 + Stock changes 10 413 10 133 1 034 .225 29 306 2 729 2 954 15 840 223 93 725 2 954 2 861 16 989 33 .154 1 062 2 547 2 581 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-09 645 25 856 5 689 31 585 52 397 83 964 52 379 607 28 034 2 273 15 705 42 073 52 379 36 674 607 23 753 3 449 16 065 36 976 36 674 20 609 494 21 054 1 734 -3 972 15 842 20 609 24 581 496 33 033 2 132 -18 195 11 13 191 24 581 42 776 575 32 378 947 -19 494 12 512 42 776 62 270 573 39 965 3 937 -25 555 11 046 62 270 87 825 497 31 336 4 595 -16 503 10 735 87 825 104 328 496 25 822 4 955 -8 588 1 099 11 676 104 328 112 916 580 31 993 8 506 3 533 27 600 112 916 109 383 590 37 614 1 262 -3 104 33 838 109 383 112 487 539 38 048 2 818 7 452 43 221 112 487 105 035 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 634 32 838 458 21 321 54 335 106 541 85 220 573 30 810 191 13 538 44 730 85 220 71 682 618 31 940 531 6 396 38 423 71 682 65 286 687 28 278 456 -4 441 24 068 65 286 69 727 610 26 268 534 -7 952 18 392 69 727 77 679 650 23 740 536 -9 154 14 700 77 679 86 833 576 22 182 611 -11 103 11 044 86 833 97 936 611 23 789 649 -11 441 12 310 97 936 109 377 611 24 256 649 -6 151 18 067 109 377 115 528 725 28 480 534 1 949 30 620 115 528 113 579 723 29 401 533 3 927 33 518 113 579 109 652 761 22 560 381 31 790 54 730 109 652 77 862 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 762 696 733 + Imports 37 814 34 873 35 454 .Exports + Stock changes . Totals may not add up due to rounding. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 611 39 434 611 1 011 40 445 56 282 55 271 501 33 566 763 -16 963 16 341 55 271 72 234 496 22 700 686 -9 846 12 664 72 234 82 080 438 23 964 686 -11 074 12 642 82 080 93 154 472 14 984 418 -3 077 11 961 93 154 96 231 496 13 977 190 -1 224 13 059 96 231 97 455 536 27 689 234 -1 935 26 056 97 455 99 390 684 35 284 420 1 931 37 479 99 390 97 459 684 35 701 497 -1 240 -5 858 40 506 97 459 98 699 Indigenous production + Imports .104 417 538 642 13 865 56 .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 17 682 150 833 1 382 2 209 1 376 16 738 60 414 1 108 1 376 962 16 626 91 424 975 962 538 13 554 46 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .258 332 1 888 2 146 11 626 18 .32 341 2 515 2 547 14 727 6 .140 .Exports + Stock changes .444 430 1 444 1 888 13 595 18 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .289 330 2 146 2 435 12 391 11 .51 684 2 547 2 598 18 925 11 51 983 2 598 2 547 18 937 13 .IV.80 312 2 435 2 515 13 365 5 .Statistical difference Total consumption 48 532 45 049 36 461 Opening stock level 77 862 67 449 57 316 Closing stock level 67 449 57 316 56 282 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.115 633 1 708 1 823 16 690 14 .291 289 2 269 2 560 16 623 17 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .161 473 2 859 3 020 19 747 14 51 803 3 020 2 969 19 772 14 103 880 2 969 2 866 20 592 10 832 1 434 2 866 2 034 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 20 993 12 273 1 274 2 034 1 761 18 915 17 262 1 178 1 761 1 499 19 930 20 28 957 1 499 1 471 16 1 034 16 27 1 061 1 471 1 444 13 881 20 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) CZECH REPUBLIC Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .34 .237 387 2 032 2 269 15 581 16 .477 345 642 1 119 15 845 25 .81 891 2 861 2 942 14 1 001 74 196 1 137 2 942 2 746 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 16 861 12 559 1 424 2 788 2 229 15 808 5 354 1 172 2 229 1 875 16 838 14 167 1 007 1 875 1 708 18 742 12 .432 281 2 297 2 729 13 677 130 .669 289 1 628 2 297 13 820 120 .

Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .141 CZECH REPUBLIC Graph 3 .exports) Mcm Mcm 1200 25 1000 20 800 15 600 10 400 5 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 0 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 0 Jan-09 200 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 1600 1000 800 1400 600 1200 400 1000 200 800 0 600 -200 400 -400 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 -800 Jan-09 200 -600 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.IV.

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Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.143 DENMARK Tables 1. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.IV. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (21.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) DENMARK Graph 1 .5%) Coal (10.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 25 20 Mtoe 15 10 5 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .1%) Oil (88. electricity & heat.1%) Other (26.IV.2%) Coal (18. wind. biofuels & waste. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 19 Mtoe) (TPES: 18 Mtoe) Oil (34.144 .2%) . solar.8%) Note: Other includes geothermal.2%) Other (1.

09 0.14 . . electricity and heat..73 .33 1..77 6.72 5..94 .. 0.91 0.90 2.42 . Other: nuclear.15 0.51 3.03 2.35 3.09 0.81 4.23 0. 6.4..90 1.83 7.1.... .07 1.04 1.5.35 . .79 2.5.93 . .77 ..78 1.59 .19 17.41 5.27 0. 6.19 . 4.21 27. 0.27 5.01 17.0..10 0.02 4.76 4. .39 3.95 7.00 0.19 0. geothermal.57 0..93 0.00 16.49 .20 0.39 4. 2.64 2.20 7.44 0..92 .36 1..1.08 .0.34 12.02 0.0. .80 1...20 0. .46 1.91 3.39 .96 1.43 1.40 .13 1.31 ....58 .18 .68 1.74 0.08 8.2.65 0.04 .87 .0.. 4.46 .04 4..2. ..11 1..00 0.36 0.52 2. 1.37 14..82 3. 3.34 19.20 e 15.1.2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .46 0. 0. 3.89 6.66 6.01 . .72 ...2.85 0.73 0.00 0.58 13.. 8.01 3.38 1.65 3.99 0.54 . 14.90 0. 8. .11 1.60 1.28 14.79 0.05 3.52 13. .04 5.17 8.0. 2.45 7.76 0.6.5.34 .43 0.82 0. .24 0.85 0.07 14.81 19. 5.91 6. .42 11.17 1. solar.56 .99 4.. .49 ..24 1.08 17.57 6.84 13.54 e 23.. 3. hydro.47 0.50 1..76 2.70 9.36 7.18 23.50 9..79 13.08 4...58 0.01 .06 .54 1.59 .. . 10.25 1..23 5.. 3.86 3.IV. geothermal.22 0.01 3. .85 3...71 5.19 0.82 0... solar.38 0.15 6.20 .25 .2.71 0.70 0.16 13. 1..03 18.10 . 0.11 3.28 3.33 0.89 ..07 .26 8. 3.43 4.28 .00 3.11 .61 10.37 4.82 7..50 21..01 3.88 0.06 .0.. 2.23 1.08 2.04 0.. solar.26 .97 4.03 ..96 4.2.37 7.07 . . .96 3.51 1. 1.45 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 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 8.80 1.27 0.59 0.09 0.54 17.65 6.99 .7. Includes all non-energy use.32 2.05 0.06 .06 6.39 3.17 1.0.48 18.68 .35 3.26 0.06 .10 1. 0.26 .82 6.2.00 12.09 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 10.36 7.5. 1.26 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 15.05 2.74 0..85 ..72 1..01 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 4..06 0.27 1.76 8.2. .28 7.63 e 9. 1.41 .28 7.26 1.. ..98 18.62 1..11 0. .73 4. 0.34 4.73 4.78 6. ..05 3. 5. 7.49 14.36 .17 0.86 0..76 .04 3.33 9.78 0. 5. biofuels & waste.20 1. ..27 2.06 0.52 0..11 .10 2. . .34 .02 3. 21.11 .3.91 0. ..55 . .20 0. ..06 .65 1. 13. hydro.29 .93 5.09 1.68 8.12 0...02 2.14 6.3.05 2. 2..55 6.. 0. biofuels & waste. .88 1.. 3. 0.02 .67 . Other: nuclear.34 .45 0.31 0.01 8.44 .60 3.39 0.96 1.04 0.55 13.. 4.96 4.86 29.62 0.. hydro.145 DENMARK Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 0.33 .19 2.57 . .39 21. 3. 1.41 18.29 3.14 0.25 4... .58 2..02 3.63 0..00 0.94 e 1.45 . 2..82 .17 6.68 1.53 1.32 11.0.30 .4.22 0.18 . .95 0. Other: nuclear.83 3.93 .59 0.2.. . 1.65 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 23.33 5.48 0.48 1.32 0..06 .24 4.69 0.23 4.93 1. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.53 .05 2.30 4.77 14.29 .14 9.74 .00 3.33 7.06 .59 2. 4.35 14..04 1.11 2.. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .17 15.7.12 6.11 1.04 0.. 1.69 0.00 0. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 4.36 . biofuels & waste..48 9.68 0.23 0.37 7..32 0.95 0. geothermal.65 5.59 4. .73 19.25 6.43 0..51 3.4.15 .04 5. 3.88 .46 6.59 .43 .. electricity and heat.70 .18 0.55 14.86 0.03 0.53 1.42 6.90 .47 3.00 . 0. 11. 5.66 4.54 .99 2. 6.. 3.

Statistical difference - - - 1 051 .. .. ..... Totals may not add up due to rounding.28 - 5 516 .. . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - 247 247 - 745 745 - 703 703 - 696 696 - . Final consumption - - - 1 271 1 810 1 739 1 992 . . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - - - - - . .. . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.. Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. .. . .... . .....18 ..... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..IV. . Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. .. .. .151 ... . . ... paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - 605 45 45 3 111 4 39 6 220 64 1 3 34 30 801 38 76 3 106 16 104 17 343 41 5 9 12 31 732 19 88 1 98 15 90 14 319 37 4 10 10 27 796 21 96 2 106 16 98 15 347 40 5 10 11 29 . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) DENMARK Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - 3 137 10 085 8 418 8 220 7 063 + From other sources + Imports .146 . ... . .. Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - - - - . . .51 152 3 535 113 . . ... . .. .. . ... Losses - - - 3 3 3 3 .Exports + Stock changes . ..23 Total consumption - - - 2 058 4 597 4 410 4 994 4 179 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 - - - 537 177 20 298 42 - 2 039 1 667 179 173 5 15 - 1 965 1 559 160 223 8 15 - 2 303 1 854 172 254 7 16 - . .. fishing) Non-specified - - - 666 158 436 60 12 1 009 252 699 44 14 1 007 239 707 47 14 1 196 302 829 51 14 .44 369 3 125 . . ... ..46 4 006 ..53 .. .

......NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. . ... ..1 126 2 229 373 . . .1 081 17 20 19 84 552 191 159 183 304 207 576 173 895 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 - - - 22 085 7 269 819 12 259 1 738 - 84 723 69 287 7 436 7 178 204 618 - 81 624 64 692 6 666 9 283 342 641 - 95 688 76 970 7 169 10 557 310 682 - . . Losses - - - 130 132 132 132 ... Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.147 DENMARK Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 17 20 19 128 852 419 374 349 886 341 653 293 915 - - - 43 172 ... .. .. . fishing) Non-specified - - - 27 297 6 488 17 867 2 469 473 41 995 10 487 29 071 1 847 590 41 868 9 945 29 373 1 960 590 49 715 12 564 34 436 2 125 590 .1 795 15 337 130 056 .2 165 .1 674 166 516 . . . Final consumption - - - 52 190 75 319 72 339 82 838 . . .Exports + Stock changes . . .. ... ... . . .. .. . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .... .. . .. .. . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - - - - - . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports ...... . . . . ..IV.516 .2 099 6 328 146 899 4 699 ... Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. ..6 382 . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - 24 893 1 867 1 868 136 4 573 169 1 584 251 9 034 2 609 41 129 1 385 1 247 33 324 1 587 3 148 120 4 427 681 4 327 708 14 257 1 697 197 379 487 1 309 30 471 787 3 677 60 4 064 620 3 729 563 13 278 1 546 184 417 436 1 110 33 123 856 3 999 65 4 421 674 4 057 612 14 443 1 682 200 433 474 1 207 . . Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - - - - .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 17 17 - 20 20 - 19 19 - 10 147 10 147 - 30 985 30 985 - 29 209 29 209 - 28 918 28 918 - ... .. .. .Statistical difference Total consumption Source: Annual Gas Statistics...

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) DENMARK 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 - 152 152 369 369 - 6 328 6 328 15 337 15 337 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD - - - - - - Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports - 152 369 - 6 328 15 337 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.148 .IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

149 DENMARK 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 - 152 152 369 369 - 6 328 6 328 15 337 15 337 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 - - - - - - Total imports - 152 369 - 6 328 15 337 Memo: Total OPEC - - - - - - 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 1 141 1 646 1 219 4 006 1 140 754 1 641 3 535 Terajoules 1 146 683 1 296 3 125 47 434 68 408 50 674 166 516 47 378 31 328 68 193 146 899 47 700 28 429 53 927 130 056 - - - - - - 4 006 3 535 3 125 166 516 146 899 130 056 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .251 11 862 94 862 95 919 25 943 10 626 .60 7 182 93 827 96 024 20 741 10 746 -1 887 .176 -7 231 1 987 2 163 735 361 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) DENMARK Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .660 .104 12 793 80 946 86 044 29 434 15 216 -3 660 .150 -3 227 2 163 2 313 603 213 -5 -3 388 2 313 2 318 783 364 .71 -5 314 1 551 1 622 687 299 .220 14 731 95 919 96 725 28 033 2 586 10 909 653 .416 .53 18 056 72 729 64 511 27 581 11 750 -2 926 .109 -3 282 1 622 1 731 536 196 . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 27 046 9 259 -5 098 .112 22 595 74 761 71 535 30 611 13 940 .96 8 204 96 024 97 911 21 329 11 752 .13 -2 324 2 359 2 372 593 27 307 69 2 380 2 372 2 303 538 76 225 40 -1 430 2 303 2 263 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 38 129 22 994 8 242 .176 -5 213 1 811 1 987 678 278 .261 Total consumption 24 976 23 353 21 340 Opening stock level 87 799 83 511 80 286 Closing stock level 83 511 80 286 80 946 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.172 -4 247 1 880 2 052 636 278 .53 -1 173 2 257 2 310 499 259 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .152 13 057 64 511 67 437 28 554 12 407 -4 554 .71 9 426 89 946 96 179 25 059 8 839 .50 23 414 96 979 92 498 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 33 511 15 574 10 042 .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-09 917 553 198 -6 568 2 172 1 974 738 449 225 -4 518 1 974 1 749 517 281 198 434 1 749 1 551 663 283 .144 21 549 82 102 72 729 21 483 11 698 8 218 .Exports + Stock changes .46 -3 197 2 310 2 356 513 282 -3 2 226 2 356 2 359 594 259 .95 14 106 72 074 78 128 28 647 11 372 -7 165 .560 .14 -4 409 2 318 2 332 826 372 106 -3 563 2 332 2 226 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 806 375 242 -3 676 2 226 1 984 752 346 185 -3 594 1 984 1 799 795 332 78 -3 544 1 799 1 721 736 335 .47 17 899 95 831 94 181 Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference .19 -5 354 2 308 2 327 674 62 263 16 -8 497 2 327 2 311 698 76 281 199 -7 699 2 311 2 112 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 618 121 244 103 -3 601 2 112 2 009 636 80 234 77 -3 562 2 009 1 932 678 65 217 .183 8 855 75 314 82 618 28 196 11 556 -7 328 .304 9 616 82 618 89 946 30 580 14 992 -6 233 .80 -3 263 1 731 1 811 715 331 .457 29 045 96 072 87 799 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 25 670 26 425 28 195 + Imports 4 730 3 135 2 553 .58 8 629 89 704 93 827 18 018 8 699 -2 197 .112 10 670 86 044 89 704 25 212 12 518 -4 123 .146 -2 339 1 734 1 880 689 274 .184 -1 175 2 052 2 236 417 223 .Exports + Stock changes .143 16 154 96 179 96 388 32 547 15 155 .148 23 9 406 97 911 98 059 24 690 10 745 .Exports 10 128 9 706 9 009 + Stock changes 4 288 3 225 .73 7 262 85 293 92 949 17 320 9 303 -1 913 1 6 103 92 949 94 862 24 984 12 316 -1 057 .226 23 603 90 344 82 102 30 710 18 678 9 373 .539 .120 10 936 71 991 75 314 29 733 13 757 -7 304 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .806 .127 11 720 67 437 71 991 22 290 8 151 -3 323 .209 .Exports + Stock changes .111 28 090 92 498 82 456 31 264 14 411 7 695 .13 -3 391 1 721 1 734 743 260 .60 15 775 98 619 95 831 22 390 3 157 9 345 1 650 .46 1 147 2 236 2 282 601 297 .Exports + Stock changes .109 16 241 71 535 72 074 30 868 10 803 -6 054 .274 .16 -3 513 1 932 1 948 651 223 .Exports + Stock changes .122 -2 308 1 948 2 070 708 366 .99 -1 208 2 158 2 257 434 209 .IV.213 17 014 96 388 96 979 34 348 15 465 4 481 .84 13 469 98 059 98 619 24 662 1 046 12 781 2 788 .26 -7 285 2 282 2 308 624 256 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.141 10 251 78 128 85 293 26 419 11 574 -7 656 .275 20 638 96 725 96 072 29 031 2 981 11 697 8 273 .88 -3 257 2 070 2 158 607 301 .591 .150 .124 24 672 82 456 74 761 33 041 13 784 3 226 .

Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .exports) Mcm Mcm 0 1000 900 -100 800 700 -200 600 500 -300 400 -400 300 200 -500 Stock changes Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 -600 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-09 100 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 800 300 250 700 200 600 150 500 100 50 400 0 300 -50 -100 200 -150 100 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 -250 Jan-09 -200 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.151 DENMARK Graph 3 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

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Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.IV. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.153 ESTONIA Tables 1.

154 .1%) 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 0 . biofuels & waste. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (9.7%) Other (8.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 12 10 Mtoe 8 6 4 2 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .IV.3%) Note: Other includes geothermal.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ESTONIA Graph 1 .9%) Oil (29.9%) Coal (61.2%) Natural Gas (12.2%) Other (-4.Fuel shares in TPES 1990 2011e (TPES: 10 Mtoe) (TPES: 6 Mtoe) Coal (73. electricity & heat. wind.9%) Oil (8. solar.

.23 0.71 0...... . biofuels & waste.75 0.06 0.46 ....00 0... .. . .. ..18 .34 ..41 5. . . . . .10 .98 0..155 ESTONIA 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 . . solar...51 1.. .4.03 0. . . . . Other: nuclear..33 1.78 0. . . .28 1. geothermal...04 0.31 0. .96 .55 ..81 .. .. ... ..16 1.7.. . . . ..6.94 .90 . . . 0. . .30 .71 2.. .24 0. .33 ...52 0...76 .... ..3.74 .. . . .. 0.27 2. 2.. . .. .28 0. . 19. . .01 1.48 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1. 5.05 2.81 .. . . ..11 1. . .81 0. . geothermal.. .2.58 0. 2.32 1.86 0. Other: nuclear.42 0. .05 0.57 5.50 3. electricity and heat..14 0. .. 6. .37 0.. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 .39 0.20 0.08 0.53 1. . .03 0.59 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 .7..07 0. .72 5.37 1.. biofuels & waste.0.60 . .. . . hydro..10 0.09 0..... .81 0.... . .14.74 ..65 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 .46 0.05 ..... .56 . .73 ..06 0.99 5. .01 0. . . ....19 3. ... . . .28 1....37 1. .. .09 1.... . . .97 0.96 .4.05 0. .. .. 3.90 . electricity and heat. 2. . . 4.. 3. . . .0.16 0. .04 0... .. .96 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 . 5.01 0. 0.88 2.8.. 0. .52 1.11 .41 . ..22 3. ..48 0.92 0.28 2.34 0.. 6. ..9.30 0.15..37 0.5.56 0... .37 . ..26 1. . .43 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other . ..99 1. 0.36 0.0.75 .21 0. .73 0. .. . hydro.32 .96 0.10 0.. . 0.39 . . . .78 0.. . ...17 .73 0.. . ..00 0.. Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 . .30 0.63 0. .10 0.52 3.27 4.58 1.47 . .35 0.. . 0... 1. .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .67 ..57 . . 0.14 0.58 1.01 0.04 0.0..02 .04 0.79 . .. biofuels & waste.58 2.78 1.97 6.05 0. 1. . .. Includes all non-energy use. hydro..10 0.. ..91 0. ..51 0.14 7.16 .. geothermal...55 0. .01 0. .4..71 .94 0. . .....55 0.99 0. ...74 ..00 0.6.2.80 0..01 0.59 ..18 0...69 ..06 2...03 0.15 . .. ..79 0.06 0.01 0. .48 4.1..0..68 . .75 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 .86 . solar..59 0. 5.73 0.. . ... .35 4..09 0...32 . . .28 1. 0... solar.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .IV. ..28 0.06 3.. .90 1.10 0.71 .68 .32 0. .95 .01 0..18 0. .11 0..4.14 0.87 3.. . .10 1. ..1. . 2.3... ....29 0. .71 ..2.44 .06 0..93 .11 0. .4.89 0. .. . ... 9....05 0. . . .. 0.12.25 0.10.05 1..29 . 0. .22 2... ..29 0. .57 0.10 . . 2.29 ..27 0.98 0. .01 0. .03 0..07 0.. 0.37 0.2.. .00 .70 .3.. Other: nuclear....13 2...22 .11 0..5.. . . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.39 0..40 0.. ..06 0....02 1..36 0.. . ..09 0.01 1.15 0.....18 0. .61 0...86 4.44 1.. .02 0..13.05 0...11 0.88 0..55 0.91 0.01 0.85 0.21 0.27 . . .. . 0. 1. . .9..01 .1. . .91 1.20 3. 3. ...05 0.93 0..78 . 0.01 0.. . . .23 0. .38 .56 1...0.01 . .08 4.94 0. .

.. . Final consumption - - - 533 429 241 255 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ESTONIA Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - - - - - - + From other sources + Imports ..... . . .. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - 220 220 - 143 143 - 16 16 - - . . .. .. . . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - 232 82 150 177 53 2 23 1 10 7 29 24 12 5 6 5 121 10 2 20 1 6 4 29 27 10 5 3 4 142 12 2 23 2 7 4 32 35 11 4 5 5 . ... . .. . . . Totals may not add up due to rounding. . . fishing) Non-specified - - - 81 10 69 2 - 109 41 60 8 - 104 33 61 10 - 113 36 67 10 - .Statistical difference - - - 1 482 - 946 - 642 - 689 - 631 - Total consumption - - - 1 482 946 642 689 631 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 - - - 947 307 26 614 - 503 122 5 307 69 - 388 101 4 218 65 - 420 92 7 282 39 - ..156 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ... . . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - 14 14 - 13 13 - 14 14 - ... . .. ...........Exports + Stock changes .. ..... .. Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .. Losses - - - 2 - - - .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. .... . Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - - - - . . . .. . . ..IV.... . ..

157 ESTONIA Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - - - - - - + From other sources + Imports . ... . . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - 522 522 - 490 490 - 534 534 - . .. . ...... Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. ... .. . fishing) Non-specified - - - 3 096 375 2 647 74 - 4 164 1 579 2 287 298 - 3 983 1 268 2 357 358 - 4 319 1 385 2 554 380 - .. .. .. ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Losses - - - 66 - - - . . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - 8 893 3 139 5 754 6 671 2 006 75 864 37 373 261 1 118 894 447 186 224 186 4 579 8 369 69 737 49 221 162 1 141 998 358 195 122 150 5 314 6 450 60 840 57 245 165 1 220 1 339 417 166 169 180 .. .. .........Statistical difference - - - 56 861 - 35 844 - 24 429 - 26 168 - 23 593 - Total consumption - - - 56 861 35 844 24 429 26 168 23 593 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 - - - 36 370 11 757 977 23 636 - 19 088 4 629 168 11 691 2 600 - 14 778 3 870 164 8 270 2 474 - 16 001 3 521 250 10 750 1 480 - . Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - - - - .. . . . . .. .... Final consumption - - - 20 425 16 234 9 161 9 633 . . .. . . .. . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - 8 436 8 436 - 5 399 5 399 - 599 599 - - .IV.. . ... Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. . . ... .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp... .. .Exports + Stock changes . ..

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ESTONIA 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 - - - - - - 642 642 689 689 631 631 24 429 24 429 26 168 26 168 23 593 23 593 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 642 689 631 24 429 26 168 23 593 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 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.158 .

159 ESTONIA 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 - - - - - - 642 642 689 689 631 631 24 429 24 429 26 168 26 168 23 593 23 593 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 642 689 631 24 429 26 168 23 593 - - - - - - 2010 2011e Memo: Total OPEC Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules 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 - - - - - - Source: Annual Gas Statistics.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.

Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .160 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ESTONIA Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports . Totals may not add up due to rounding.Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption 3 528 4 060 3 174 Opening stock level Closing stock level * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 1 882 1 882 - 1 101 1 101 - 808 808 - 820 820 - 802 802 - 899 899 - 1 719 1 719 - 2 121 2 121 - 2 552 2 552 - Indigenous production + Imports .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 86 86 - 104 104 - 75 75 - 47 47 - 28 28 - 24 24 - 41 41 - 24 24 - 24 24 - 57 57 - 62 62 - 88 88 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 119 119 - 98 98 - 83 83 - 48 48 - 30 30 - 19 19 - 19 19 - 22 22 - 29 29 - 52 52 - 68 68 - 105 105 - Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 93 93 - 107 107 - 84 84 - 50 50 - 29 29 - 21 21 - 22 22 - 21 21 - 24 24 - 45 45 - 56 56 - 67 67 - 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 3 276 3 276 - 3 930 3 930 - 2 847 2 847 - 1 792 1 792 - 1 063 1 063 - 894 894 - 1 563 1 563 - 901 901 - 908 908 - 2 166 2 166 - 2 346 2 346 - 3 334 3 334 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 4 522 4 522 - 3 714 3 714 - 3 132 3 132 - 1 837 1 837 - 1 129 1 129 - 732 732 - 732 732 - 817 817 - 1 099 1 099 - 1 980 1 980 - 2 563 2 563 - 3 971 3 971 - 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 3 528 4 060 3 174 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .IV.

6 80 0.3 40 0.exports) Mcm Mcm 140 1 0.6 80 0.4 0.5 60 0. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .2 Stock changes Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 0 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Jan-09 0 Jan-09 20 0.8 100 0.8 100 0.3 40 0.7 0.1 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.1 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 140 1 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .5 60 0.4 0.2 20 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 0 Jan-09 0.9 120 0.161 ESTONIA Graph 3 .9 120 0.7 0.IV.

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Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .163 FINLAND Tables 1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8.

Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 21 Mtoe) (TPES: 34 Mtoe) Nuclear (17. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .1%) Other (20.6%) Oil (63.3%) Coal (12.5%) Other (27.1%) Hydro (3. solar.0%) Oil (25.9%) Natural Gas (9.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 40 35 30 Mtoe 25 20 15 10 5 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 . wind. electricity & heat. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.8%) Note: Other includes geothermal.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) FINLAND Graph 1 .1%) Hydro (4.5%) Coal (16.164 . biofuels & waste.IV.

.92 4.22 ..24 17.01 4. . .53 26.23 9.96 4.. geothermal.2.05 0.09 1.08 1. 0. 2. 13. .55 .69 7..19 1.87 1.79 3.11 .48 16.17 3.18 4.40 0.68 7.1.73 .46 4.57 1.06 2.54 15.08 .18 9. 0.18 0.43 3.04 0. solar.63 .31 3.37 5.62 1.31 34. .98 7.....52 ..71 5..73 11.41 .33 2.50 22. 1.. 10.40 3.59 5.04 3.01 0.. 3...94 1.03 11.72 .54 .27 13.49 0. 0.77 15.84 9.73 6.18 .30 1.99 1. . .01 3. .11 1. 6.80 0..89 .95 2.86 0.05 11.34 0.IV. .96 . ..31 ..26 11.41 0.06 4.02 2.04 7.73 3.3.52 1.29 28.89 0.78 16..47 16.69 5.19 12.84 16.48 0..38 4. 7.85 .54 5.71 16.06 2.94 1. 5.02 0.. 1.03 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 19.78 . 4.92 18.1.86 33.24 5. 4.07 6.54 10.00 0... 0. ..38 36.21 0..13 2.01 7.25 3.. 2.67 0.89 2.56 2.03 2. ..25 0.55 5.03 . 1. biofuels & waste.89 4.81 0.41 0.26 .38 2..60 0. . biofuels & waste. geothermal.10 1.04 4.51 0.01 5.23 .01 2.43 10.01 4.79 22...26 2..21 0. hydro.01 0.4.25 2.02 3..56 10.19 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 9.34 .04 2.22 0.03 2.94 1. ..39 1. 0. .19 1.. 3.70 1..57 0.02 0.84 8. 3..22 0.81 15.90 0.36 0.42 28.38 0.63 0.25 . geothermal.59 0. 7.49 9..2.88 ..92 0.09 0.86 0.19 .85 2.03 8.13 1.11 0.06 8.17 0.85 2.33 ..15 2.55 3. .91 .36 .46 0.14 2.12 5...39 20.01 3.50 9. .01 1.20 .40 1. .86 19.04 8..45 .02 5.56 0.165 FINLAND Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 4. . 0.81 4.86 0.89 0. .08 10.91 0.40 2..33 .0.60 4.33 3.57 .1.19 3.25 3.19 14.0.90 2.30 6.79 0.31 0.21 3.80 ..39 0.33 0. 2.36 8.32 11. hydro.62 .97 0.48 2. .28 0.22 11.. .11 5.01 4. 8.33 .77 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1..42 9. .44 0. ...01 0.59 25.02 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .12 e 7.79 3.5. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .33 0.83 0.19 . .08 2.22 ..24 0. solar. 0.48 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 7.36 16.0.54 1.68 8.00 0. Includes all non-energy use. .11 0.35 0..08 1. .42 0..33 9.92 2. 0.75 0. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. 6. 9.0.57 8..96 2.96 . electricity and heat.84 .01 0.76 0.83 6.65 .6. 0..45 0...37 6. solar.23 13..24 6. .11 5.29 .79 2.94 2.08 1.62 2..95 .13 .48 9.19 6.49 0... hydro.96 0.49 .03 4.39 0. 1.04 3. 0.21 .23 3.45 7.58 3.95 6.2. ..04 1.91 2.04 0.80 .77 12...61 15.03 2.81 0. 3.. 10.0.10 0.18 12.51 7..90 2.33 1.11 . .40 4.92 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 16.52 .24 . .67 1..81 10.17 6. 13.02 1.34 12.20 0.71 0..43 0.55 0..26 1. 2. .30 1. 0. . 0. .11 7. .1. .44 2.22 24.63 7. .51 5.02 3.29 .1.20 .13 16. 2..20 19.71 .05 13.68 24.98 13.20 16.16 . Other: nuclear.57 1.02 5.63 .46 5.08 .73 25.44 .2. 0.38 2.4... 0.51 0..55 0. 0.69 3.80 . . 0.91 ..70 0.07 .08 0.73 1.48 4.01 2..04 4.98 21.44 5.90 7.03 7. 1..84 2. biofuels & waste.91 ..84 12.47 .47 0. Other: nuclear.05 0.3..83 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 0. electricity and heat.60 3.32 1.78 .85 .72 7.98 9.85 0..32 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1. 1.42 10. 11..95 19..0.91 .12 2. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 3.04 1.00 0. Other: nuclear.40 3.27 15..37 .03 26..89 16.

. . . . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. . . .. . . Losses - - - - - - - .. ...Exports + Stock changes .. .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. .. . .. . Totals may not add up due to rounding. . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - 530 34 40 453 3 - 487 30 36 419 2 - 1 127 59 40 66 39 894 29 - 907 63 46 90 1 14 18 655 3 5 12 756 47 20 1 60 28 18 555 2 5 20 824 61 22 2 48 27 17 615 2 5 25 . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - 29 29 - 318 318 - 330 330 - 347 347 - ..Statistical difference - 999 - 944 42 2 685 4 4 739 2 4 270 1 4 703 3 4 117 3 Total consumption - 999 902 2 681 4 737 4 269 4 700 4 114 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 - 371 179 98 94 - 372 145 148 79 - 1 199 242 669 173 115 - 2 962 97 4 2 044 394 392 31 - 2 694 33 11 1 859 358 419 14 - 3 047 55 4 2 135 386 457 10 - . .. .. . . . .. ... . fishing) Non-specified - 98 94 4 - 43 40 3 - 50 34 16 - 95 33 48 14 - 97 32 53 12 - 107 35 59 13 - ..... Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - 276 276 - 438 438 - 374 374 - 357 357 - ... ........166 .. . . ... .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) FINLAND Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - - - - - - + From other sources + Imports .. Source: Annual Gas Statistics..... . . . Final consumption - 628 530 1 206 1 337 1 201 1 296 ... .. . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ... Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - 17 5 12 - 18 6 12 - 18 6 12 - ..IV. . ... .

.. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - 10 451 10 451 - 16 563 16 563 - 14 188 14 188 - 13 555 13 555 - . . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. fishing) Non-specified - 3 693 3 538 155 - 1 630 1 525 105 - 1 886 1 271 615 - 3 618 1 256 1 829 533 - 3 660 1 200 1 996 464 - 4 060 1 333 2 229 498 - . .... . . .. . . .. ...... Losses - - - - - - - ...Statistical difference - 37 785 - 35 711 1 576 101 546 152 179 240 89 162 080 40 178 520 120 156 500 120 Total consumption - 37 785 34 135 101 394 179 151 162 040 178 400 156 380 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 - 14 001 6 774 3 689 3 538 - 14 074 5 491 5 605 2 978 - 45 296 9 136 25 289 6 526 4 345 - 112 000 3 655 169 77 255 14 907 14 830 1 184 - 102 320 1 257 434 70 601 13 595 15 904 529 - 115 687 2 089 137 81 080 14 664 17 336 381 - ... .IV.... paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - 20 091 1 292 1 514 17 168 117 - 18 431 1 141 1 351 15 858 81 - 42 664 2 235 1 513 2 486 1 464 33 866 1 100 - 34 281 2 400 1 721 14 3 393 25 538 685 24 756 107 180 462 28 672 1 788 747 53 2 259 1 1 050 690 21 056 81 176 771 31 218 2 316 819 62 1 828 4 1 037 631 23 326 70 171 954 .. . . . ..... . .. . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .. Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . .. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - 1 097 1 097 - 12 050 12 050 - 12 520 12 520 - 13 200 13 200 - . .Exports + Stock changes ... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ... .. .. . . .. . . . Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - 639 200 439 - 680 240 440 - 680 240 440 - .. ... Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. . . ... ... . .... Final consumption - 23 784 20 061 45 647 50 588 45 532 49 158 .167 FINLAND Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - - - - - - + From other sources + Imports .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) FINLAND 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 - - - - - - 4 270 4 270 4 703 4 703 4 117 4 117 162 080 162 080 178 520 178 520 156 500 156 500 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 4 270 4 703 4 117 162 080 178 520 156 500 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 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.IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .168 .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .169 FINLAND 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 - - - - - - 4 270 4 270 4 703 4 703 4 117 4 117 162 080 162 080 178 520 178 520 156 500 156 500 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 4 270 4 703 4 117 162 080 178 520 156 500 - - - - - - 2010 2011e Memo: Total OPEC Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules 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 - - - - - - Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 13 915 13 915 - 12 477 12 477 - 8 787 8 787 - 8 041 8 041 - 9 417 9 417 - 9 295 9 295 - 10 070 10 070 - 12 053 12 053 - 12 946 12 946 - Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports . Totals may not add up due to rounding.Exports + Stock changes .IV.Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption 20 156 20 413 18 150 Opening stock level Closing stock level * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.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-09 474 474 - 436 436 - 421 421 - 345 345 - 243 243 - 245 245 - 237 237 - 257 257 - 302 302 - 429 429 - 392 392 - 508 508 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 583 583 - 517 517 - 477 477 - 392 392 - 293 293 - 242 242 - 227 227 - 268 268 - 334 334 - 403 403 - 477 477 - 569 569 - Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 533 533 - 540 540 - 480 480 - 368 368 - 313 313 - 232 232 - 213 213 - 249 249 - 246 246 - 266 266 - 319 319 - 342 342 - 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 17 920 17 920 - 16 504 16 504 - 15 936 15 936 - 13 055 13 055 - 9 179 9 179 - 9 277 9 277 - 8 970 8 970 - 9 555 9 555 - 11 416 11 416 - 16 227 16 227 - 14 825 14 825 - 19 215 19 215 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 22 061 22 061 - 19 550 19 550 - 18 042 18 042 - 14 825 14 825 - 11 081 11 081 - 9 140 9 140 - 8 588 8 588 - 10 148 10 148 - 12 650 12 650 - 15 256 15 256 - 18 050 18 050 - 21 526 21 526 - 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 20 156 20 413 18 150 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) FINLAND Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .170 .

6 400 0.1 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 700 1 0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .1 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.4 0.9 600 0.5 300 0.171 FINLAND Graph 3 .9 600 0.7 0.4 0.5 300 0.Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .exports) Mcm Mcm 700 1 0.8 500 0.2 100 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 0 Jan-09 0.6 400 0.2 Stock changes Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 0 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Jan-09 0 Jan-09 100 0.3 200 0.8 500 0.7 0.IV.3 200 0.

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IV. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. 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. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4.173 FRANCE Tables 1. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Hydro (1. solar.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) FRANCE Graph 1 . electricity & heat.1%) Other (4.174 .0%) .3%) Natural Gas (14. wind.1%) Coal (16.5%) Coal (4.3%) Note: Other includes geothermal.5%) Nuclear (45.IV.8%) Oil (30.5%) Other (5. biofuels & waste.2%) Nuclear (2.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 300 250 Mtoe 200 150 100 50 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 180 Mtoe) (TPES: 251 Mtoe) Oil (66.3%) Natural Gas (7. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.3%) Hydro (2.

04 7..99 71.31 15.0.16 133.00 23.95 2.79 . solar. .24 0.30 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 61. .46 0.27 1.06 .31 0.63 4.67 0.68 15.44 40.01 56.12.47 2.09 17.17 .33 46.40 164.61 3.69 . Other: nuclear.19 16.57 0.04 0.54 10.40 9. hydro.87 2.07 0.02 116.42 0.02 0.65 15.15 0.65 1.82 .82 262.99 21.53 76.97 78.18 4. 5.41 .46 .40 39.08 13..05 143.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .05 3.0.00 40.65 15.17 0.09 0.96 e 17.36 22.28 8.62 .43 42..08 4.97 4.0.48 .61 26.35 .52 3.01 .3.59 8. .26 13.33 2.96 26.30 40.73 7.45 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.13 0.11 24.46 55.07 20.69 0.01 24.39 .17 6.99 . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .5.35 9.6.42 2. biofuels & waste. hydro.75 6. .98 16. .74 236.42 10..IV.32 32.51 1.55 1.09 0.29 2.20 124.66 100.62 9.77 12.27 87.75 0..2.27 0. .90 135.49 5.33 4.10 0.47 8.1.05 1.78 52.14 162. ..68 .76 2.62 0.8.1. 3.14 1.09 22.34 2.61 .99 6.38 36.13 3.86 51.32 11.51 13.50 119.32 3.13 13.25 32. .80 .72 5.04 17.42 1.92 223. .26 152.28 130.92 15..02 83.59 38.24 22.55 1.1..87 7. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 36. .40 0.59 0.7.59 .23 4.04 7.07 72.96 21.09 29.30 14.65 1.29 15.35 4.26 180.94 157.03 13.76 0.54 .92 10.7.21 10.85 1..30 16.86 0.66 0. . geothermal.06 .25 164. solar.2.39 24.05 253.1. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.84 9.16 .85 2.13 58.38 30.90 21.66 24.0. 7. .52 12.62 13..32 10.64 4.42 2.0. 3.66 29..89 30.46 5..71 110.57 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.31 0.41 7. 3.29 19.98 .70 2.29 1.3.67 .68 12.09 3.34 0..71 .83 10.32 10..0.79 2. ....00 44.65 0.30 114.01 161.51 .38 21.55 44.35 .06 12.67 1..7.24 6.83 27.97 2.83 10.22 12..30 75.32 42.90 31. . . Other: nuclear.11 11.90 35.64 142. geothermal.07 18.76 1.34 139..01 0.30 125.64 127.92 20.08 1.49 4.04 131.33 2.20 3.21 0.21 93.89 14..02 0.96 1.32 2.55 18.62 9.45 79.77 .19.66 e 16.70 11.20 251.37 8.96 7.71 0.74 106.31 1. Other: nuclear.02 11.52 0.80 . 3..55 2.85 114.24 97. 0.01 0.17 13.28 3.37 3.83 19.40 2.10 104.54 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 161.17 1.64 106.56 .30 17. .1.64 111. biofuels & waste.39 1.13 .76 5.81 98..43 87.32 0. .16 17.71 0.22 10.25 1..15 128. Includes all non-energy use.78 3.36 .81 32.30 3.52 31.28 40.6.10 5.57 138.40 4.26 .50 .49 38.53 191.09 134.68 0.92 1.09 77..60 6.29 5.95 141. hydro.75 .0.42 15. 0..58 0.0.3.40 54.68 136.04 156. .19 11.42 .98 6.54 35..5.17 6. .00 37.33 1. geothermal. ..76 41.50 .81 29.08 1. 1.89 26.11 0.20 .04 120.14 61. .23 22.57 28.96 12.61 36.57 80.51 41.2. .60 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 142.70 2. solar.1.14 13.50 21.07 110.78 36. 1.83 9.33 .86 11. electricity and heat.72 39.99 5.3.16 39.40 0.57 .39 27. 2.2.81 0.1.71 45.92 75..78 73.38 1.40 .10 100.. electricity and heat.62 8.24 0.6.09 126.20 . .19 8.48 23.45 7.08 0.74 6.55 1.14 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 15.91 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 56.83 1.71 16.. 0.08 0.79 0.82 1.62 ..10 .57 0.10 1.0.90 2.43 30.01 29.29 42.7.96 5.45 35...83 6.05 13.36 8.27 96. 1.55 30.12 44.35 .52 3.90 103.65 1.77 21.44 1.0.94 .52 2.62 15.61 3.22 6.65 34.82 136.42 20.47 6. biofuels & waste.60 1.08 51.44 0.60 5.31 .88 2.42 .09 .05 128..59 10.53 .09 40.175 FRANCE Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 44.93 25.36 49. .47 0.70 1.60 0..34 20.56 22.

.... .1 935 .. fishing) Non-specified 6 075 2 230 3 845 - 10 978 4 740 6 238 - 12 958 5 650 7 142 166 - 14 681 6 985 7 540 156 - 25 396 5 501 16 168 266 3 461 e 25 119 6 839 16 444 234 1 602 25 737 7 460 16 013 237 2 027 . .. .. Indigenous production Losses Final consumption Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.2 014 304 21 879 161 .. .IV..1 389 Total consumption 17 136 24 425 27 781 28 232 46 086 44 557 49 127 41 205 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 3 206 2 538 630 38 1 828 1 305 424 97 2 1 739 1 255 483 1 500 51 449 - 6 484 81 562 2 775 3 066 - 6 606 2 586 381 2 850 789 - 8 684 3 439 294 4 301 650 - . . . . . . .. . 13 545 22 067 25 394 27 380 38 162 36 009 38 093 .. .... .. 5 476 937 960 346 1 414 909 107 220 340 109 134 8 428 1 185 1 684 516 1 975 1 632 278 402 316 147 293 9 502 1 294 2 047 424 2 080 1 834 298 552 401 201 371 10 516 891 2 427 361 1 735 1 539 177 1 638 911 34 389 414 10 809 763 2 064 281 1 938 434 658 15 2 202 980 88 385 e 274 727 e 9 433 723 1 435 360 1 590 497 707 70 2 305 817 67 303 213 346 10 495 897 906 243 1 728 521 836 67 2 617 983 69 414 180 1 034 ... ..Statistical difference 10 197 101 . . ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) FRANCE Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 8 046 8 446 7 927 2 857 962 911 777 563 + From other sources + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .462 544 18 474 177 .... 18 18 - 6 6 - 7 7 - - 96 96 e - 108 70 38 321 284 2 35 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY e e e e 788 e . . . 78 82 66 55 1 096 1 381 . . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. .. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other 1 976 1 976 - 2 655 2 655 - 2 927 2 927 - 2 183 2 183 - 1 861 1 861 - 1 349 1 349 - 1 540 1 540 - ... .. paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Totals may not add up due to rounding.. ..... .176 .. .. .. . .. ..... . . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. . . .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 307 175 132 - 448 288 160 - 582 369 213 - 297 139 158 - 652 652 - 846 17 827 2 - 969 18 949 2 - . .. .... . ..1 264 - 48 745 2 953 2 702 144 46 065 4 877 .1 110 754 28 197 339 .959 1 524 46 446 1 265 38 95 47 134 2 224 .

.. .Exports + Stock changes .. .. paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 193 275 33 055 33 871 12 217 49 894 32 096 3 781 7 771 11 999 3 856 4 735 297 484 41 822 59 419 18 229 69 710 57 602 9 822 14 177 11 170 5 192 10 341 335 500 45 682 72 265 14 980 73 420 64 757 10 538 19 502 14 168 7 092 13 096 427 522 36 223 98 672 14 681 70 546 62 568 7 178 66 600 37 051 1 375 15 800 16 828 435 625 30 764 83 179 11 315 78 101 17 500 26 514 617 88 730 39 499 3 553 15 511 e 11 030 29 312 e 378 805 29 046 57 632 14 440 63 843 19 967 28 401 2 816 92 540 32 809 2 674 12 170 8 566 13 901 422 922 36 154 36 495 9 808 69 623 20 982 33 675 2 708 105 443 39 614 2 787 16 702 7 273 41 658 . . . .. . Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.Statistical difference 355 443 3 676 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 10 860 6 188 4 672 - 15 805 10 153 5 652 - 20 548 13 042 7 506 - 12 055 5 638 6 417 - 26 280 26 280 - 33 962 670 33 206 86 - 39 038 727 38 228 83 - ...1 643 1 894 275 89 626 .... 69 748 69 748 - 93 722 93 722 - 103 334 103 334 - 88 722 88 722 - 74 987 74 987 - 54 165 54 165 - 62 075 62 075 - .. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other e e e e 1 537 766 Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .80 792 .728 1 903 387 203 644 .. .. . .. . ... . .. 2 751 2 881 2 340 2 249 31 770 e 44 028 55 644 . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . . .. ...... .. ..... .. . . . ...177 FRANCE Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production 292 687 307 236 294 328 117 032 37 724 35 516 30 044 23 530 + From other sources + Imports .69 621 13 009 758 456 5 995 .. . .. .. .39 910 25 998 1 147 554 13 817 . 214 414 78 720 135 694 - 387 472 167 309 220 163 - 457 492 199 463 252 163 5 866 - 596 790 283 964 306 497 6 329 - 1 023 304 221 686 651 424 10 713 139 481 e 1 008 682 274 629 660 322 9 403 64 328 1 037 136 300 619 645 274 9 568 81 675 .50 922 ..39 755 63 350 1 865 485 50 991 3 240 . ... 649 649 - 209 209 - 251 251 - 7 7 - 3 850 3 850 e - 4 362 2 830 18 1 514 12 929 11 453 74 1 402 ... . ..2 1 959 008 118 983 108 882 .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. .78 256 Total consumption 604 858 862 109 980 881 1 147 664 1 857 101 1 789 245 1 979 679 1 720 737 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 113 161 89 568 22 236 1 357 64 536 46 072 14 972 3 433 59 61 416 44 305 17 061 50 20 319 2 083 18 236 - 261 285 3 260 22 645 111 830 123 550 - 265 241 103 824 15 293 114 440 31 684 - 349 935 138 575 11 851 173 326 26 183 - . Final consumption 478 086 778 887 896 577 1 113 041 1 446 014 1 535 062 . . .IV.. ..16 308 23 288 643 951 6 448 ... .

178 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) FRANCE 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 8 327 14 993 23 320 7 881 15 781 23 662 586 8 460 15 707 16 103 24 872 306 065 604 144 910 209 289 707 635 897 925 604 24 456 333 019 655 917 689 4 281 1 018 362 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD 42 7 409 7 451 7 524 7 524 6 258 6 258 1 804 278 432 280 236 277 390 277 390 261 351 261 351 Non-specified 5 536 4 255 1 984 238 344 184 672 82 829 Total imports 36 307 35 441 33 114 1 428 789 1 387 666 1 362 542 2010 2011e Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Australia United States Other OECD Terajoules 266 266 522 522 58 58 10 714 10 714 21 019 21 019 2 438 2 438 7 068 1 427 1 167 459 360 10 481 6 175 644 3 387 2 503 73 12 782 5 415 807 3 321 2 635 715 12 893 304 348 61 445 50 241 19 766 15 512 451 312 265 867 27 751 145 846 107 718 3 141 550 323 226 146 33 680 138 701 110 029 29 851 538 407 Non-specified 80 - - 3 460 - - Total imports 10 827 13 304 12 951 465 486 571 342 540 845 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.IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .IV.179 FRANCE 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 8 327 15 259 23 586 7 881 16 303 24 184 586 8 460 15 765 16 103 24 930 306 065 614 858 920 923 289 707 656 916 946 623 24 456 333 019 658 355 689 4 281 1 020 800 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 7 110 1 427 1 167 459 7 409 360 17 932 6 175 644 3 387 2 503 7 524 73 20 306 5 415 807 3 321 2 635 6 258 715 19 151 306 152 61 445 50 241 19 766 278 432 15 512 731 548 265 867 27 751 145 846 107 718 277 390 3 141 827 713 226 146 33 680 138 701 110 029 261 351 29 851 799 758 Non-specified 5 616 4 255 1 984 241 804 184 672 82 829 Total imports 47 134 48 745 46 065 1 894 275 1 959 008 1 903 387 8 736 12 065 11 371 376 159 519 431 474 876 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 Terajoules - - 1 120 1 120 - - 46 785 46 785 Non-specified/other 2 224 2 953 3 757 89 626 118 983 156 859 Total exports 2 224 2 953 4 877 89 626 118 983 203 644 Source: Annual Gas Statistics. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

IV.183 82 750 140 110 212 207 2 720 143 662 3 897 -73 854 434 68 197 212 207 286 061 2 722 147 437 -84 939 94 65 126 286 061 371 000 2 745 130 439 -69 380 325 63 479 371 000 440 380 2 730 127 810 6 013 -46 103 -8 028 86 452 440 380 486 483 2 826 151 500 5 861 -16 679 -2 776 134 562 486 483 503 162 2 793 192 032 7 747 1 263 -2 322 190 663 503 162 501 899 2 367 178 520 17 014 100 289 5 926 258 236 501 899 401 610 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 2 569 180 755 14 929 139 544 17 246 290 693 401 610 262 066 2 221 172 916 12 497 84 792 -1 305 248 737 262 066 177 274 2 673 194 199 10 239 41 678 1 395 226 916 177 274 135 596 2 023 165 356 7 682 -28 707 -1 305 132 295 135 596 164 303 2 320 173 792 9 650 -31 275 8 148 127 039 164 303 195 578 2 053 148 298 5 451 -67 436 -2 927 80 391 195 578 263 014 2 082 143 361 5 050 -84 769 -17 103 72 727 263 014 347 783 2 667 141 008 5 050 -83 791 -11 290 66 124 347 783 431 574 2 427 114 507 8 396 -20 807 4 921 82 810 431 574 452 381 2 192 124 995 6 653 2 371 -25 865 148 770 452 381 450 010 2 385 164 002 14 919 56 312 -12 165 219 945 450 010 393 698 2 508 183 962 22 461 106 445 -31 864 302 318 393 698 287 253 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 2 494 2 007 1 441 + Imports 200 151 184 513 204 747 .517 1 811 6 526 8 630 68 3 410 121 -2 080 .198 1 809 6 546 7 927 54 3 389 298 -1 174 219 1 752 7 927 9 101 50 3 074 385 -1 406 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .78 3 087 11 217 11 593 48 3 957 389 728 .376 .276 2 153 10 929 12 074 72 3 673 140 .516 48 2 062 10 710 11 226 56 3 045 159 59 .911 7 529 9 769 7 127 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 64 4 844 520 2 060 .202 7 339 8 657 5 665 73 3 576 171 2 262 .185 1 518 9 101 10 507 49 2 913 375 .56 1 698 5 265 7 099 70 3 580 -2 108 .92 5 651 4 398 3 363 52 4 005 184 .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .330 5 006 3 705 3 448 34 4 476 547 -1 542 .414 .776 96 3 164 4 076 4 852 53 3 594 131 -1 674 .174 4 748 12 488 12 456 61 4 334 407 2 489 46 6 431 12 456 9 967 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 66 4 385 358 3 464 318 7 239 9 967 6 503 57 4 193 299 2 105 .90 2 904 2 406 3 476 77 3 856 180 -1 789 .155 5 491 5 067 3 705 37 4 956 574 257 .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 95 4 294 244 2 992 .370 1 647 8 630 10 710 62 2 765 201 .Exports + Stock changes .160 2 002 4 852 6 526 53 3 466 121 -2 104 .135 3 295 3 363 4 076 60 4 207 231 .117 2 538 3 448 4 990 52 4 174 594 -1 556 .97 2 061 3 476 5 265 70 3 499 93 -1 834 .193 6 641 7 127 5 067 51 4 465 542 1 362 .160 3 351 12 074 12 488 72 4 656 186 32 .713 .Statistical difference -2 729 -1 763 -8 382 Total consumption 266 660 220 506 201 005 Opening stock level 287 253 204 275 149 423 Closing stock level 204 275 149 423 139 053 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.Exports + Stock changes . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 1 341 184 965 22 842 -62 131 .396 5 477 11 167 9 769 64 4 450 538 2 642 .231 5 244 3 403 2 406 75 3 992 183 -1 070 .87 4 431 11 593 10 865 46 3 788 424 2 052 196 5 266 10 865 8 813 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 3 708 177 210 10 199 120 547 -3 458 294 724 348 840 228 293 2 839 147 684 7 160 91 128 -1 073 235 564 228 293 137 165 3 029 170 464 7 645 40 154 -4 575 210 577 137 165 97 011 2 934 165 145 7 645 -43 099 725 116 610 97 011 140 110 3 000 159 192 7 528 -72 097 .180 .138 6 194 6 503 4 398 69 4 700 245 1 035 .126 5 866 5 665 3 403 78 4 121 183 997 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .10 2 086 4 990 6 546 53 3 281 342 -1 381 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports 21 692 22 629 23 935 + Stock changes 82 978 54 852 10 370 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .710 .594 101 927 139 053 201 184 2 013 172 708 24 802 -62 698 3 438 83 783 201 184 263 882 2 053 135 562 14 279 -55 636 -4 962 72 662 263 882 319 518 2 105 140 107 12 438 -60 535 -1 133 70 372 319 518 380 053 2 100 127 333 16 085 -58 709 -8 746 63 385 380 053 438 762 2 032 120 148 15 675 -29 655 -2 248 79 098 438 762 468 417 2 051 153 320 16 202 -15 696 -5 443 128 916 468 417 484 113 1 984 163 495 16 227 30 372 -5 432 185 056 484 113 453 741 1 938 157 117 17 725 85 696 7 129 219 897 453 741 368 045 Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .704 3 705 11 226 11 167 61 3 979 357 1 398 .80 1 622 7 099 9 207 70 3 170 -1 722 .17 1 894 10 507 11 217 49 3 724 388 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) FRANCE Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .63 1 581 9 207 10 929 70 3 096 144 -1 145 .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .exports) Apr-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Jul-11 Oct-11 Stock changes Apr-11 0 Jan-11 0 Jan-11 500 Oct-10 10 Jul-10 1000 Apr-10 20 Jan-10 1500 Oct-09 30 Jul-09 2000 Apr-09 40 Oct-11 2500 Jul-11 50 Apr-11 3000 Jan-11 60 Oct-10 3500 Jul-10 70 Apr-10 4000 Jan-10 80 Oct-09 4500 Jul-09 90 Apr-09 5000 Jan-09 100 Jan-09 Mcm Mcm Total consumption Mcm Mcm 8000 4000 7000 3000 6000 2000 5000 1000 4000 0 3000 -1000 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 -3000 Apr-09 1000 Jan-09 -2000 Jan-09 2000 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .181 FRANCE Graph 3 .IV. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

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Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1.183 GERMANY Tables 1.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7.IV. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3.

3%) Coal (41.0%) Natural Gas (8.6%) Other (12.4%) (1.9%) Hydro Other (0.2%) Oil (47. biofuels & waste.184 .IV. wind. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (20.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) GERMANY Graph 1 . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 400 350 300 Mtoe 250 200 150 100 50 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .4%) Nuclear (9. electricity & heat.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 335 Mtoe) (TPES: 307 Mtoe) Oil (33.5%) Coal (24.9%) .0%) Note: Other includes geothermal.2%) Hydro (0.6%) Nuclear (0. solar.

14 42.77 . biofuels & waste. Other: nuclear.54 73.52 2.70 139.44 6.0.1.00 3.03 25.18 .76 31.22 19.10 0.81 18..91 23.39 222.96 121.22 125..97 185.82 1.61 0.23 1.06 19.10 23.10 3.15 248.23 48.03 15.27 93.30 240.65 15.16 e 131. 53.64 54.18 57.71 121.36 71.05 111.56 e 186.1.02 1.73 .4.48 122.19 18.06 55.10 29.63 40.16 2.75 9.30 1.70 30.96 357.82 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 105.66 143.4..75 37.83 64.78 .75 . .78 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 199. electricity and heat.2.03 54.76 20.0.86 141.05 29.86 0.99 14.91 5.54 78.14 .42 .1.14 66.38 105.68 132.85 141.1.0.88 1.08 21..25 51.01 189.32 133. 56.68 7.28 233.55 23.22 99.87 16.59 0.78 4.48 19. hydro.39 9. 1.35 5.01 3.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .39 128.0. geothermal. Other: nuclear.0.46 2.08 2.90 .12 1..83 .15 54.71 18.16 89. hydro.74 28.63 24.78 1.25 327.25 20.94 47.92 . .69 3.65 .02 21.72 e 66.12 2.97 14.47 12.11 19.86 0.08 2.20 2.02 14.80 .0.01 26.32 45.15 11.11 72.11 54.85 44.47 .32 2.57 .97 5.75 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 21.75 0.7.94 22.69 34.1. solar.16 39.95 5..9.01 1. .13 .12 73.07 53.2. . electricity and heat.47 22.50 2.1.16 ..55 .06 53. .96 .30 26.13 15.64 26.60 e 134.07 12.30 0.35 72.23 0.09 10.19 143.23 . Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 98.42 11.53 .69 71.47 74.22 81.18 1. 4.92 21.30 16.76 3.01 2.29 11.83 .31 78.45 e 127. geothermal. .94 76.36 14.91 0.79 19.72 218.64 2.2..12 71.27 1..28 129.0.51 16.44 5.79 1.22 122.6.75 91.13 48.53 4.47 23.69 213.28 1.48 131..51 36..62 65. .86 e 317.72 28. .06 102.37 1. Includes all non-energy use.06 . biofuels & waste. .63 5. geothermal.97 6.66 33.18 51.23 2.51 46.42 52.0.42 15.55 .15 28.31 159.14 77.0.37 4.53 9.57 ..26 5.90 . .71 22...01 .31 147.03 22.97 6.02 1.46 142.92 .77 .66 16.49 94.28 39..185 GERMANY 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 171.22 .05 0. .00 10.55 66.40 6.72 58.03 18.30 55.82 .59 .66 2.0.91 43.64 .26 3.40 .33 49.00 33.37 73.42 239.64 0.42 12. .00 .70 60.10 9.31 80.5.44 2.12 8. ..96 62.54 .27 34. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. .41 6.56 1.1. 0..0.14 4.23 21.39 .33 . solar.70 1..1.17 13..50 67.13 .57 2.. .46 .0.35 102.30 334.1.52 1.50 18.61 3. 1.85 242.73 .03 1.11 97.10.10 336.1. . .76 0.8.96 101.IV.84 19.91 31.64 .55 .0.. 6.2.12 18.39 170.82 78. .11 3. .41 18.35 9.82 ..12 6.42 1.42 .75 29.67 226.76 14.70 40. .97 12.75 53.94 .99 11. biofuels & waste..82 62.62 16.59 50.25 24.77 1.84 0.34 e 65. 33.73 57.58 .60 .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .64 .40 .54 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 241.80 0.03 13..4.14 20.2.02 0.20 36.21 0..41 4.79 .58 2.66 36.99 119.86 .73 307.20 0.17 0..85 8.25 1.17 3. .0.46 16.70 28.73 15.29 131.08 39.28 .72 0.58 133.06 42.0.92 14.12.56 1.81 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 28..1.68 49.40 7.17 2.13 .51 3.23 4.33 .0.0.10 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 100.86 19.50 29.64 3.74 30. 4.98 1..16 e 145.0.70 66. 3. .75 70.48 . 1.01 2.67 13.05 22. . 4.18 22.79 1.. hydro.48 1.74 2.04 .24 11.56 103...50 e 20.91 e 43.87 5.30 94.49 9. .96 21.. . Other: nuclear.39 0.79 21.08 27.26 32..61 47..28 97.21 61.51 62.94 10.16 .6.36 13.88 0.73 39.15 233.19 126.77 46.19 16..7.44 3.87 0.16 64. .64 158. 2.19 .24 1. .20 43..65 e 351.0.01 74...80 14.35 16.90 6.01 e 37.85 45.57 e 138.56 46.97 13.46 46.10 76. solar.27 e 44.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) GERMANY Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production 23 124 25 636 22 881 18 919 16 093 14 953 13 042 11 903 + From other sources + Imports ....... .. . . . . . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other 1 109 1 109 - 3 328 3 328 - 3 535 3 535 - 2 935 2 935 - 2 429 2 429 - 2 189 2 189 - 2 401 2 401 - .. .. . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Totals may not add up due to rounding. .. . ...952 87 350 19 694 . ... Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 721 36 315 23 226 121 1 989 94 959 457 311 168 2 247 81 1 208 465 300 193 2 130 770 476 359 214 311 620 214 406 - 932 214 718 - 1 101 228 873 - ... ..Statistical difference 17 220 135 . .. . ..IV.. - 38 38 82 82 - 132 132 - 166 166 - 282 282 - . ..1 962 - Total consumption 41 301 64 397 68 550 69 723 98 124 93 508 90 069 77 597 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 14 025 9 456 2 457 1 032 809 271 21 859 15 752 2 803 1 825 1 301 178 21 209 14 668 2 810 2 141 1 539 51 15 872 6 926 3 531 3 357 2 024 34 23 561 6 755 542 9 874 3 405 2 931 54 20 826 5 296 442 9 453 3 204 2 377 54 24 006 6 812 307 9 877 3 807 3 203 - . fishing) Non-specified 8 450 2 8 448 15 757 21 15 736 18 374 45 18 329 25 723 6 094 17 455 204 1 970 49 701 8 365 36 425 324 4 587 50 398 9 424 36 073 323 4 578 38 506 10 612 27 894 - ..395 1 871 91 991 12 685 698 . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. . .. Losses 671 861 855 875 3 3 - ..508 . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. .186 ...727 54 288 1 218 .. .. . . . .1 239 48 082 2 632 .2 027 94 557 11 305 ..174 . ..2 281 2 416 88 662 16 934 4 347 .Exports + Stock changes .... . . . Final consumption 25 884 39 688 44 239 50 846 73 940 71 747 64 962 ..1 221 37 982 286 . .. . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. .. . . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 16 325 5 059 4 124 429 2 894 439 862 470 553 411 341 743 20 565 5 156 5 517 713 3 345 640 1 315 437 936 600 472 1 434 22 248 5 403 5 653 795 3 751 642 1 417 459 1 235 690 541 1 662 22 188 3 477 6 378 802 3 035 1 076 1 385 300 2 014 1 008 747 1 966 21 678 2 974 4 759 912 2 970 1 013 2 303 59 2 521 2 734 200 331 902 18 994 1 978 4 908 725 2 545 852 1 833 161 2 586 2 333 139 257 677 23 773 2 886 6 401 934 2 972 1 103 2 171 178 3 044 2 738 183 317 846 .... . .....129 .

. Losses 22 372 29 884 30 137 31 259 110 120 - . Total consumption Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. .. . . .. . .. . .. ... . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 545 258 168 977 137 747 14 328 96 651 14 654 28 787 15 696 18 464 13 742 11 398 24 814 715 278 179 335 191 872 24 804 116 326 22 257 45 746 15 208 32 551 20 862 16 427 49 890 783 519 190 287 199 099 28 015 132 098 22 601 49 908 16 152 43 482 24 299 19 045 58 533 793 012 124 266 227 963 28 656 108 463 38 444 49 514 10 720 71 987 36 026 26 702 70 271 803 403 110 226 176 376 33 816 110 073 37 525 85 358 2 171 93 439 101 337 7 402 12 263 33 417 705 392 73 451 182 269 26 942 94 517 31 631 68 057 5 985 96 045 86 650 5 147 9 556 25 142 910 976 110 576 245 279 35 783 113 892 42 283 83 197 6 806 116 659 104 904 7 019 12 152 32 426 . 282 256 82 282 174 548 057 746 547 311 647 126 1 588 645 538 919 308 217 795 623 812 7 283 70 418 1 842 000 310 000 1 350 000 12 000 170 000 1 872 000 350 000 1 340 000 12 000 170 000 1 475 485 406 658 1 068 827 - .. . . - 1 335 1 335 2 898 2 898 - 4 882 4 882 - 6 149 6 149 - 10 796 10 796 - . . ....6 067 .84 960 89 489 3 456 727 660 239 167 400 ... fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics. 37 026 37 026 - 115 745 115 745 - 124 506 124 506 - 104 901 104 901 - 90 000 90 000 - 81 290 81 290 - 92 000 92 000 - .187 GERMANY Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production 764 857 847 948 756 799 629 513 526 334 517 126 450 948 418 626 + From other sources + Imports .14 117 65 771 3 480 471 471 304 25 920 .... . .. .. .. .17 906 ..75 136 3 551 278 420 979 .. . .36 508 3 405 642 767 822 . .. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . ..... . . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.Statistical difference 576 773 4 501 .4 325 ...Exports + Stock changes ...50 285 1 735 996 92 683 ...75 600 - 1 379 449 2 239 725 2 414 336 2 491 910 3 636 557 3 472 976 3 451 344 2 980 846 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 468 439 315 843 82 062 34 453 27 028 9 053 760 264 547 844 97 499 63 483 45 264 6 174 747 007 516 617 98 969 75 410 54 220 1 791 567 299 247 547 126 210 119 996 72 342 1 204 873 197 250 351 20 103 365 944 126 186 108 613 2 000 773 414 196 683 16 412 351 063 118 978 88 278 2 000 919 903 261 024 11 779 378 475 145 880 122 745 - ... Final consumption 864 540 1 380 415 1 558 049 1 817 221 2 740 285 2 664 831 2 489 257 . .IV.46 645 1 357 519 9 960 . . .. .. . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .32 130 1 985 817 43 532 . ..... . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 24 098 1 205 10 518 782 7 555 4 038 69 162 3 256 33 364 15 897 10 816 5 829 79 143 2 866 42 554 16 372 10 555 6 796 76 131 27 519 17 010 12 834 7 661 11 107 22 965 7 935 15 030 - 34 611 7 950 26 661 - 42 184 8 738 33 446 - .... . . .. .

188 .IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) GERMANY 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 21 796 32 493 54 289 22 185 28 818 51 003 21 072 27 986 49 058 726 248 1 299 062 2 025 310 864 933 1 123 564 1 988 497 821 569 1 091 120 1 912 689 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD 35 751 35 751 32 426 32 426 31 105 31 105 1 343 539 1 343 539 1 264 206 1 264 206 1 212 739 1 212 739 Non-specified 4 517 5 233 7 187 182 429 204 024 280 214 Total imports 94 557 88 662 87 350 3 551 278 3 456 727 3 405 642 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. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .189 GERMANY 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 21 796 32 493 54 289 22 185 28 818 51 003 21 072 27 986 49 058 726 248 1 299 062 2 025 310 864 933 1 123 564 1 988 497 821 569 1 091 120 1 912 689 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 35 751 35 751 32 426 32 426 31 105 31 105 1 343 539 1 343 539 1 264 206 1 264 206 1 212 739 1 212 739 Non-specified 4 517 5 233 7 187 182 429 204 024 280 214 Total imports 94 557 88 662 87 350 3 551 278 3 456 727 3 405 642 - - - - - - 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 - - Terajoules - - - - Non-specified/other 11 305 dc 16 934 dc 19 694 dc 420 979 dc 660 239 dc 767 822 dc Total exports 11 305 16 934 19 694 420 979 660 239 767 822 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

190 .241 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.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 1 464 8 678 1 653 3 308 11 797 - 1 314 7 056 1 035 3 016 10 351 - 1 418 6 620 1 098 2 314 9 254 - 1 298 5 916 626 .475 219 7 999 - 1 249 9 105 1 610 108 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .IV.139 5 633 - 982 8 141 1 697 426 7 852 - 1 023 8 569 1 978 1 907 9 521 - Table 8b: Monthly natural gas supply in terajoules Jan-09 Feb-09 Mar-09 Apr-09 May-09 48 789 321 956 55 050 110 160 425 855 - 43 817 263 721 34 461 100 440 373 517 - 47 272 247 875 36 554 77 040 335 633 - 43 282 224 256 20 842 -7 920 238 776 - 41 716 257 764 22 140 -69 120 208 220 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 43 224 357 328 67 680 138 600 471 472 - 38 646 334 547 67 320 91 440 397 313 - 41 750 344 623 70 560 24 100 339 913 - 38 040 301 347 38 880 -42 120 258 387 - 38 583 301 489 45 720 -60 480 233 872 - 35 615 246 211 42 840 -61 200 177 786 - Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Indigenous production 38 885 35 200 38 356 + Imports 364 234 337 596 390 759 .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .205 9 057 - 1 316 10 805 1 631 1 340 11 830 - Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 1 229 9 188 1 740 3 564 12 241 - 1 099 8 602 1 731 2 351 10 321 - 1 187 8 862 1 814 620 8 855 - 1 082 7 748 1 000 -1 083 6 747 - 1 097 7 752 1 176 -1 555 6 118 - 1 013 6 331 1 102 -1 574 4 668 - 988 5 807 972 -2 064 3 759 - 815 5 464 861 -1 453 3 965 - 917 5 430 916 .Exports 100 028 87 913 98 996 + Stock changes 101 160 75 240 9 000 .314 5 739 - 1 219 8 470 838 -3 039 .876 6 688 - 1 172 8 008 941 -2 693 .Statistical difference Total consumption 404 251 360 123 339 119 Opening stock level Closing stock level * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.Exports + Stock changes .915 6 739 - 998 7 738 1 287 -1 981 5 468 - 936 6 115 1 415 -1 389 4 247 - 958 5 395 1 074 -1 453 3 826 - 935 4 706 927 -1 231 3 483 - 894 4 565 1 185 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .731 3 543 - 969 6 129 1 326 .778 4 653 - 1 054 6 923 1 453 46 6 570 - 1 079 7 657 1 648 1 472 8 560 - 1 093 9 120 2 564 4 757 12 406 - Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 1 106 9 366 2 572 2 601 10 501 - 1 001 8 680 2 261 1 935 9 355 - 1 091 10 048 2 546 231 8 824 - 1 012 8 119 1 477 .21 5 567 - 1 188 7 245 918 -1 524 638 5 353 - 1 238 8 408 953 . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 35 583 315 717 57 441 -35 583 258 276 - 35 105 300 920 50 065 -77 040 208 920 - 32 925 237 811 55 025 -54 000 161 711 - Indigenous production + Imports .986 7 333 - 1 251 6 788 665 -2 076 5 298 - 1 167 7 473 674 -2 541 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) GERMANY Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level * INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Jun-09 * Jul-09 Aug-09 Sep-09 Oct-09 Nov-09 Dec-09 38 901 40 651 282 780 318 997 22 435 27 893 -84 600 -102 960 214 646 228 795 - 39 057 301 893 31 329 -89 640 219 981 - 39 589 271 182 30 567 -50 760 229 444 - 41 267 317 030 31 750 -15 840 310 707 - 41 646 342 216 53 638 3 600 333 824 - 43 868 401 608 54 320 44 640 435 796 - Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 34 738 225 818 37 800 -80 280 142 476 - 28 653 212 462 33 480 -56 520 151 115 - 32 248 211 179 35 640 -30 240 177 547 - 37 076 269 270 56 520 1 800 251 626 - 37 936 297 780 64 080 57 240 328 876 - 38 445 354 670 99 720 185 000 478 395 - Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 33 679 209 818 41 773 -56 520 145 204 - 32 885 183 013 36 049 -47 880 131 969 - 31 436 177 546 46 070 -28 440 134 472 - 34 078 238 380 51 559 -5 400 215 499 - 34 529 316 587 65 985 16 560 301 691 - 35 966 333 262 76 918 74 160 366 470 - .Exports + Stock changes .

Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.exports) Mcm Mcm 10000 1600 9000 1400 8000 1200 7000 1000 6000 800 5000 600 4000 3000 400 2000 200 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 0 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 1000 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 14000 6000 5000 12000 4000 10000 3000 2000 8000 1000 6000 0 -1000 4000 -2000 2000 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 -4000 Jan-09 -3000 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.191 GERMANY Graph 3 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

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NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3.IV. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1.193 GREECE Tables 1. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7.

electricity & heat.1%) Natural Gas (14. solar.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 12 Mtoe) (TPES: 27 Mtoe) Oil (76.194 .8%) Note: Other includes geothermal.2%) Other (7. wind.6%) (3. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. biofuels & waste.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 35 30 25 Mtoe 20 15 10 5 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Hydro (1.7%) Oil (47.3%) Coal (30.8%) Hydro Other (1.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) GREECE Graph 1 .0%) Coal (17.IV.4%) .

04 0.67 1. .34 2. .97 0.0.86 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 2. .14 12.. 3.15 .27 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.77 3..70 4.92 0. 5.40 0.32 2.91 3.89 0...69 0....6.63 0..54 3. .17 1..13. 2.44 0.78 1. geothermal.29 3. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries..14 2.74 9.99 . 0. 0.71 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 4.67 3.10 .45 . 7.34 7.92 0.25 4. 13.33 .. .00 10.00 2.85 8.10..43 2.54 3.01 5.81 .44 2.25 1..09 10. 6.84 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 3..01 8... 2.00 0.24 9.07 0.59 .73 . 1.13 0.47 0. 16..07 1.59 1.01 1..71 1.1.56 0..37 0. 21.06 22. Other: nuclear.. 10.85 7.20 0. 1.77 4.18 1. . ..20 0.24 2.48 . Other: nuclear.25 1.73 .52 0.. 0.02 1..63 4.86 0.09 0.79 0. 8.77 .10 7.25 27.26 .74 1.84 0.73 2.82 .80 24.56 .01 0.68 0.32 .32 .19 .22 3.66 0. 0.14 12.46 3.06 3. ..54 .03 2...28 29.11 0.58 0.. .195 GREECE Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2.99 .02 0.21 2. 0. 1..29 0. 9.01 7.12 31..34 ..57 9.28 9.25 .10.83 .15 ..26 2. .17 22.42 0.54 .32 2. 1. . .04 0.. . ..17 1..51 .1.00 2...07 .38 1. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 3.04 2.41 .48 1.81 12.62 3...11 10.21 .00 10.58 ...26 0..04 1.36 0. 1.. 10.55 7. biofuels & waste.57 3.46 0.05 .. . 1.39 4.11 0..39 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 2009 2011e 73-11 90-11 9.19 5.0. ...01 0.85 8. 1. 9. 2. 5. Includes all non-energy use. .99 .06 7.46 0.02 8. electricity and heat. 2.79 8.48 7.30 5. 2.53 9..20 0.51 1.00 0.1.47 1. 0.51 ...01 2. biofuels & waste.16 5.06 ...40 0.70 .41 .64 3.02 17.46 0.04 0.80 21.72 2.60 ..66 26.27 31.06 1.79 0. solar. 1.88 0.29 1.12 1.59 .12 . electricity and heat. .02 e 1..0.87 0.30 0. .23 13. 0.38 0.16 14.26 .97 .04 0.0.49 0.05 0.17 5. 2.90 . .77 .42 7.95 0..13 3. 10.66 0.02 1.18 .48 0.15 .81 0.18 1.17 0.74 12. Other: nuclear.5...02 0.. 1. 3.24 .11 1.86 3.01 24.49 0.63 0.01 5..53 .6.....66 2.12 0.94 .80 0.26 0...0.10 9.12 .10 7.08 0.15 . 4..67 7.91 .. 1.65 1.00 0. geothermal.05 3.35 0. 4. 0. 1. geothermal.84 7. 8. solar..87 . 4. 0.61 1.58 26.. biofuels & waste.03 2. 3.47 0.00 0. 3.47 0.76 3. .46 0.30 1.28 ..10 0..97 15. 1.05 4.14 . .22 0.59 .29 8.23 4.85 .33 .58 0.34 . 2. 2.09 0.93 .34 12.82 e 2010 9.35 . .04 12.14 0.96 .23 .71 0.03 0.98 . 2.70 .96 27.19 .82 1. hydro.20 . .04 . hydro.13 1.IV.9..74 2.42 4.06 2..41 0.45 0.62 .34 .39 9.48 0.92 3.69 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 8.36 .00 4.91 20. .23 4..05 11.40 3.46 .89 0. .04 0.03 1.10 2.47 .37 0.78 1..41 1. 9.74 4.01 0. 1.47 2.89 19.05 0. .34 1.12 .94 3.07 8..16 2.14 .42 0.68 0. 21. 0.6...85 0.21 0. hydro.58 0... 3..17 2.52 1.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .00 3.04 .15 10. 9. 13.09 7.97 2.83 6.00 7...45 4.61 0..33 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 16.30 2.11 22.18 0.00 2..90 4.06 2. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..10 9.54 10.36 1.64 14.07 8.30 1.07 13. 2.39 1.89 29.01 0.75 . solar..45 .23 26.39 2..42 . 1..49 13. 3. .83 .6.76 .29 13.86 2.19 . 0.. 23..40 15. . 2.79 .00 4..04 0.1. 0..

..15 11 3 555 .. Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - 25 17 8 - 18 18 - 17 17 - . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) GREECE Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - 123 14 11 7 6 + From other sources + Imports . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. . . .... .. .Statistical difference - - - - 4 220 . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - 86 86 - 227 227 - 297 297 - 422 422 - .. .. Losses - - - - 6 28 21 .. ... .. .3 35 3 851 .. .IV. .. ..... . ..... . . . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - - 540 89 50 71 99 4 99 40 1 71 16 491 76 55 67 92 4 121 41 1 20 14 445 73 53 76 72 4 97 37 1 18 14 .. .. .Exports + Stock changes . . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. Final consumption - - - 86 1 192 1 287 1 352 . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl..215 Total consumption - - - 123 4 208 3 528 3 850 4 737 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 - - - 16 16 - 2 972 2 885 87 - 2 181 1 985 196 - 2 455 2 261 194 - . ... . .... .. . . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - 21 21 - 38 38 - 32 32 - 22 22 - . . . . . .. ....... .. Totals may not add up due to rounding...196 ..7 1 4 510 6 .. .. fishing) Non-specified - - - - 400 153 247 - 481 174 307 - 468 165 303 - . .

. . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. .Exports + Stock changes .. . .169 1 526 150 292 . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - - 21 100 3 475 1 970 2 772 3 867 140 3 872 1 572 38 2 754 640 18 988 2 932 2 117 2 607 3 559 140 4 687 1 581 32 783 550 17 377 2 850 2 082 2 973 2 800 143 3 805 1 449 42 699 534 . Final consumption - - - 4 496 46 545 49 844 52 821 .. . . . . .. .. ..Statistical difference - - - - 163 122 .. .. .. Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - 977 660 317 - 701 685 16 - 673 658 15 - .. . .... Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. . . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - 1 090 1 090 - 1 485 1 485 - 1 240 1 240 - 862 862 - ..177 117 176 959 235 ...... .. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - 4 496 4 496 - 8 823 8 823 - 11 512 11 512 - 16 462 16 462 - .1 226 137 835 . Losses - - - - 224 1 090 812 .197 GREECE Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - 6 426 681 545 354 286 + From other sources + Imports ... . . . ... ..8 438 Total consumption - - - 6 426 164 332 136 685 150 352 185 918 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 - - - 840 840 - 116 078 112 666 3 412 - 84 511 76 900 7 611 - 95 857 88 265 7 592 - .. .... . .. .. .... .IV...... ... . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .. . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . fishing) Non-specified - - - - 15 645 5 992 9 653 - 18 643 6 737 11 906 - 18 309 6 464 11 845 - .697 ... .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) GREECE 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 707 707 643 643 679 679 27 192 27 192 24 894 24 894 26 642 26 642 2 023 2 023 2 066 2 066 2 700 2 700 77 314 77 314 78 937 78 937 105 940 105 940 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 2 730 2 709 3 379 104 506 103 831 132 582 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 - - 35 35 - - 1 373 1 373 526 253 46 825 1 142 1 142 728 75 107 161 25 1 096 21 519 10 033 1 777 33 329 46 461 46 461 28 565 2 943 4 198 6 317 981 43 004 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 825 1 142 1 131 33 329 46 461 44 377 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.198 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .199 GREECE 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 707 707 643 643 35 679 714 27 192 27 192 24 894 24 894 1 373 26 642 28 015 526 253 2 023 46 2 848 1 142 2 066 3 208 728 75 107 161 2 700 25 3 796 21 519 10 033 77 314 1 777 110 643 46 461 78 937 125 398 28 565 2 943 4 198 6 317 105 940 981 148 944 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 3 555 3 851 4 510 137 835 150 292 176 959 526 1 142 996 21 519 46 461 39 080 2010 2011e Memo: Total OPEC Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules 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 - - - - - - Source: Annual Gas Statistics. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.

691 38 13 906 2 488 3 179 14 136 .646 70 11 390 2 687 3 333 10 442 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.62 76 13 998 3 179 3 241 17 273 44 281 17 036 3 241 3 197 13 293 145 .13 17 111 2 948 1 299 18 587 -1 659 12 16 916 1 299 2 958 Indigenous production + Imports .39 6 272 55 94 1 319 1 1 320 94 93 275 10 2 283 93 83 281 30 3 308 83 53 1 364 -8 3 354 53 61 1 369 -4 2 364 61 65 1 369 7 4 373 65 58 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 1 390 .680 30 11 479 2 665 3 345 13 938 744 144 14 538 3 345 2 601 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 Indigenous production + Imports 16 630 15 441 18 218 .46 3 220 52 98 1 204 6 2 209 98 92 1 243 37 3 278 92 55 317 .Exports + Stock changes .133 13 571 3 197 3 052 14 274 .49 76 14 149 3 052 3 101 13 850 153 137 13 866 3 101 2 948 15 449 1 649 .17 1 297 65 82 362 17 4 375 82 65 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 430 -9 1 420 65 74 399 -7 2 390 74 81 466 -9 -2 459 81 90 340 28 1 367 90 62 375 .35 4 294 55 90 1 215 38 1 253 90 52 1 268 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .12 10 957 3 343 2 683 13 304 18 139 13 183 2 683 2 665 12 189 .339 132 13 619 2 226 2 565 53 14 225 .25 1 365 58 83 340 .15 1 359 62 77 361 -3 1 357 77 80 444 6 438 80 80 338 5 1 342 80 75 369 -1 2 366 75 76 360 4 4 360 76 72 402 40 442 72 32 478 .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports . Totals may not add up due to rounding.251 .Exports + Stock changes . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 13 237 1 134 92 14 279 3 622 2 488 14 635 .11 3 326 83 94 285 31 -1 317 94 63 274 -2 3 269 63 65 309 .40 1 437 32 72 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 53 13 168 -1 417 170 11 634 2 255 3 672 53 8 318 1 473 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .199 116 10 127 3 333 3 532 13 342 94 112 13 324 3 532 3 438 13 116 95 -1 444 14 655 3 438 3 343 10 285 660 .Exports + Stock changes .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) GREECE Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .423 123 12 635 3 379 3 802 11 055 1 239 -6 12 300 3 802 2 563 10 593 .41 Total consumption 16 194 15 095 17 902 Opening stock level 2 601 3 014 3 265 Closing stock level 3 014 3 265 3 622 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.Exports + Stock changes .124 69 10 400 2 563 2 687 12 106 .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 1 332 .413 .200 .357 .16 1 292 65 81 264 -3 1 260 81 84 338 1 1 338 84 83 339 2 .34 375 83 81 260 17 277 81 64 339 -1 5 333 64 65 315 .163 99 14 016 2 565 2 728 53 14 166 304 163 14 360 2 728 2 424 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 53 15 190 .20 9 864 3 672 2 199 53 10 385 -1 703 211 8 524 2 199 3 902 53 7 946 212 113 8 098 3 902 3 690 53 9 321 1 461 117 10 718 3 690 2 229 12 337 -1 681 124 10 532 2 229 3 910 53 12 505 42 154 12 446 3 910 3 868 10 677 415 116 10 976 3 868 3 453 10 747 1 227 92 11 882 3 453 2 226 53 14 037 .Statistical difference 23 95 .955 36 14 252 2 424 3 379 13 181 .Exports + Stock changes .

exports) Stock changes Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 0 Apr-09 0 Oct-11 100 Jul-11 0.4 Oct-10 300 Jul-10 0. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .2 Jan-09 Mcm Mcm Total consumption Mcm Mcm 500 50 40 450 30 400 20 350 10 300 0 250 -10 200 -20 150 -30 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 0 Jul-09 -60 Apr-09 50 Jan-09 -50 Jan-09 100 -40 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .IV.201 GREECE Graph 3 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .6 Apr-10 400 Jan-10 0.2 Apr-11 200 Jan-11 0.8 Oct-09 500 Jul-09 1 Apr-09 600 Jan-09 1.

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1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3.IV. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. 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. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3.203 HUNGARY Tables 1.

3%) Hydro (0.IV.9%) Natural Gas (19. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (37.2%) Other (4.3%) . electricity & heat.204 . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.9%) Coal (37.4%) Oil (38.1%) Other (10.3%) Coal (10.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 21 Mtoe) (TPES: 25 Mtoe) Oil (25.6%) Note: Other includes geothermal.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) HUNGARY Graph 1 .Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 35 30 25 Mtoe 20 15 10 5 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .0%) Nuclear (16. solar. biofuels & waste. wind.

54 4.09 2. .18 21.65 0.00 4. 1.15 0.00 0.61 3.05 .95 .99 1.41 2.14 14.91 1..83 0.10 2.61 1..42 25.84 0.23 .01 9.95 0.16 0.19 7.12 .6. 0.56 5.00 2.89 5.77 .03 18.27 4.1.53 2.74 9.38 0. 2.48 .48 5.0.91 7.20 10.05 2.91 8. .13 8.91 8.83 0.03 ..37 3.21 6.0..18 3.52 1. 0.86 3..60 8.11.89 2.22 5.84 9.68 .00 3..42 .34 1.13 0.18 .81 0. Includes all non-energy use.09 5.26 0.39 5. .0.0.27 4.35 .74 6.30 3.13 10.30 0. solar.57 6.1..58 16.26 .6.64 1.82 1.96 .10 0.14 0.17 8.38 .35 6.0.18 0.1..2.8.89 2.39 0.70 6. solar.32 ..88 .2.02 1.2.36 3.18 0.28 1.54 14.06 .14 1..28 4.10 2.15 7.25 2.11 0.14 0. .46 0.96 11.55 .43 6.20 1.84 7.0.83 0.03 0.09 .59 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 16.21 6.22 0.24 1...86 9.12 0.39 .24 .49 e 4.89 0.0.48 5.2.21 1.10 2. 4. . 3.34 0.67 9.29 .05 28.93 2.IV.79 2.09 .76 0. .45 4.42 5. 1.01 17.78 .15 6.49 9.06 1.93 0.07 5. .20 2.29 3.12 1.4.08 2.29 25.28 1.11 2.70 0.1.95 4.97 .33 1.8.86 4.25 2.76 2..88 15.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .19 0.43 0.18 4.17 4.20 7.07 2.23 1.30 4.67 6.17 7.73 2.64 1.99 e 18. .33 6.. biofuels & waste.00 3.11 0.05 0.27 .84 6.08 0.3.27 3.27 4.29 1.12 1.49 5..46 4.90 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.65 0.47 .22 2.64 6.3.23 1.61 .87 4.02 .44 2. .09 2.22 1..90 5. Other: nuclear.56 10.54 2.27 .78 0.44 0.48 4.23 .55 11.71 8.53 e 3..49 16.83 2.58 1.57 2. .80 6.24 1.53 8.01 1.79 1.28 .00 2. geothermal.0..73 0.20 .74 .56 1.24 1.49 9. .22 .1...41 2.20 1.09 4.91 1.22 4.28 17.20 2.79 8.12 2.15 2.60 14.52 6.15 .02 0.0.65 0. 2.00 0.0. .57 4.49 17.74 3..27 2.30 .17 1.11 0.3.66 0..71 3.01 0.4. hydro.71 0.6.01 9..85 7.5.89 3.96 1.50 0. 0.60 6.69 .92 0.1.27 0.70 .91 0. biofuels & waste.38 1.68 .82 1.35 1.15 3.66 0.78 0.85 ..78 3.52 3.29 1. geothermal.88 0. hydro. electricity and heat.58 2.0.38 1..05 0. .. .21 37..21 2.31 5.7.14 2.12 2.12 6.76 25..5.36 5.09 1.79 0..41 .11 3.28 0.51 0.35 0.38 13.81 2.62 10.10.19 2.07 3.35 7.88 9.0.70 4.2..61 9.43 1.75 0.82 4..23 1. .11 2.58 .19 2.63 1.0. Other: nuclear.75 .79 3. .34 21.86 1.21 1.08 0.13 3.92 .13 0.0.87 .74 0.36 1.61 4.93 1.11.35 6.02 6.01 0.70 1. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.07 1..04 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.26 .21 1.44 .00 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .13 1. .. 1. electricity and heat.07 2.76 8. .78 0.42 20.81 6.41 0.75 5. 2.16 .1.97 10. hydro.20 3.62 2.48 0. Other: nuclear. geothermal.18 0.77 3.62 .55 .49 1.53 7.00 4.55 1.13 1. .58 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 6.08 3. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 6.63 . . biofuels & waste. 0.85 6. 0.4.50 3.17 7. .14 1.09 6.53 2.63 2. .43 2.10 0.64 4.35 5..28 0.07 9.38 1.65 10.16 0..74 0.41 9.33 .00 2. 2.6.03 2.81 3.4.16 28. 3..49 1.205 HUNGARY Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 12.04 .15 0.77 3. .99 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 7.56 0..43 1.97 e 17.34 . solar.20 5.57 1.69 3.08 18.47 2.36 0.06 0.20 1.32 1. 1.56 6.61 0..56 . .55 .90 7.71 10.68 2..13 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 24.35 6.13 0.81 2. .58 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 9.59 6.58 9.30 .15 3.

.. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 69 66 3 140 136 4 184 180 4 385 369 16 203 203 - 216 216 - 281 281 - .16 - 1 235 19 18 - 4 001 9 .. ... ...... . . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other 725 725 - 1 124 1 124 - 1 115 1 115 - 692 692 - 436 436 - 401 401 - 447 447 - .. .. .Exports + Stock changes . - - - 311 217 207 210 . . . . . . ...... Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. . .... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..1 185 - 9 637 227 . - - - - 2 2 - 2 2 - 1 1 - . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports .374 - 6 404 25 . .. .. . . . . .1 Total consumption 5 049 8 473 9 751 11 167 13 103 11 332 12 132 11 557 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 1 586 743 21 359 29 95 119 220 - 3 087 1 733 30 425 78 180 448 193 - 3 927 2 278 69 606 76 286 430 182 - 2 703 1 014 33 839 126 360 331 - 4 653 1 903 2 240 46 350 75 39 3 372 1 056 1 883 42 347 31 13 3 693 1 238 1 929 42 388 51 45 ... .. ... ..178 - 8 019 567 1 338 .. . . .920 - 9 635 86 . Final consumption 3 394 5 246 5 640 7 768 8 030 7 537 7 948 . ... fishing) Non-specified 701 109 219 25 348 1 176 222 518 68 368 1 356 243 594 81 438 3 061 769 2 059 233 - 6 089 1 788 4 095 206 - 6 037 1 946 3 937 154 - 6 276 2 120 4 003 153 - ....206 .86 - 11 403 23 . . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 1 968 807 173 35 397 48 161 41 149 11 19 42 75 10 2 946 986 314 62 655 76 249 61 281 18 31 67 128 18 3 169 972 386 64 724 84 265 69 323 19 33 71 139 20 4 015 807 683 47 892 122 305 116 661 27 46 65 189 55 1 503 75 235 116 309 71 154 1 359 85 16 23 14 45 1 097 40 159 81 197 54 140 2 271 63 16 16 12 46 1 224 44 193 100 188 59 143 2 291 80 21 22 13 68 .Statistical difference Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Totals may not add up due to rounding. ... .. .. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) HUNGARY Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 4 879 7 239 6 133 4 874 2 643 2 968 2 900 2 766 200 14 . . .... ..IV. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. ..

- - - 6 6 - 73 73 - 65 65 - 43 43 - ...207 HUNGARY Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 187 345 279 460 236 805 177 314 93 312 106 405 103 967 98 402 7 722 540 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . . 75 599 31 017 6 640 1 327 15 270 1 830 6 174 1 591 5 727 429 742 1 607 2 877 368 113 141 37 881 12 046 2 381 25 134 2 927 9 566 2 358 10 796 683 1 181 2 580 4 916 692 120 539 36 988 14 697 2 446 27 537 3 184 10 062 2 632 12 279 717 1 240 2 711 5 285 761 149 075 29 954 25 368 1 728 33 133 4 537 11 328 4 289 24 548 991 1 714 2 416 7 013 2 056 56 373 2 796 8 819 4 362 11 587 2 647 5 770 44 13 466 3 197 610 859 522 1 694 41 225 1 521 5 990 3 026 7 416 2 010 5 264 65 10 168 2 382 615 612 443 1 713 45 077 1 672 7 264 3 750 7 088 2 205 5 400 70 10 966 3 025 802 812 473 1 550 . .14 478 ..6 774 - 306 979 21 661 51 425 72 194 081 325 365 370 879 414 636 491 290 425 746 456 617 435 073 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 60 981 28 577 824 13 802 1 098 3 668 4 569 8 443 - 118 568 66 566 1 135 16 319 2 995 6 908 17 216 7 429 - 149 363 86 630 2 630 23 060 2 888 10 889 16 349 6 917 - 100 345 37 647 1 212 31 134 4 684 13 371 12 297 - 174 625 71 432 84 062 1 717 13 121 2 817 1 476 126 634 39 666 70 732 1 565 13 035 1 150 486 139 016 46 598 72 597 1 564 14 612 1 934 1 711 . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports .. Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl... ... . .. .45 219 - 368 092 8 668 .447 . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. .. ... . .. ..Exports + Stock changes . . . ..... ..... . .. .. . . ... . fishing) Non-specified 26 976 4 173 8 425 958 13 420 45 111 8 528 19 873 2 628 14 082 51 565 9 243 22 594 3 079 16 649 113 660 28 560 76 447 8 653 - 228 068 67 085 153 254 7 729 - 226 907 73 116 148 010 5 781 - 237 176 79 790 151 644 5 742 - .IV.1 241 444 929 .34 972 - 367 843 3 283 . .. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other 27 884 27 884 - 43 171 43 171 - 42 394 42 394 - 25 681 25 681 - 16 354 16 354 - 15 038 15 038 - 16 832 16 832 - .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. 130 459 201 423 214 498 288 422 300 868 283 235 299 128 ..3 193 - 433 824 874 . ..... .1 45 962 731 674 - 148 901 350 .. .. . ... . . .... .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . ..... - - - 11 560 8 161 7 778 7 900 .. . . . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 2 641 2 520 121 5 374 5 211 163 7 018 6 850 168 14 309 13 719 590 7 636 7 636 - 8 099 8 099 - 10 573 10 573 - . .

IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) HUNGARY 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 648 383 1 031 440 127 567 68 68 24 800 14 643 39 443 16 835 4 867 21 702 2 573 2 573 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD 7 964 254 8 218 6 771 6 771 5 218 5 218 303 996 9 708 313 704 258 639 258 639 199 691 199 691 Non-specified 386 2 299 2 733 14 696 87 751 104 715 Total imports 9 635 9 637 8 019 367 843 368 092 306 979 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.208 .

IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .209 HUNGARY 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 648 383 1 031 440 127 567 68 68 24 800 14 643 39 443 16 835 4 867 21 702 2 573 2 573 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 7 964 254 8 218 6 771 6 771 5 218 5 218 303 996 9 708 313 704 258 639 258 639 199 691 199 691 Non-specified 386 2 299 2 733 14 696 87 751 104 715 Total imports 9 635 9 637 8 019 367 843 368 092 306 979 - - - - - - 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 Terajoules - - - - - - Non-specified/other 86 227 567 3 283 8 668 21 661 Total exports 86 227 567 3 283 8 668 21 661 Source: Annual Gas Statistics. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

152 719 1 827 1 979 190 704 24 .504 2 961 3 198 3 702 227 1 361 .214 828 2 788 3 002 201 680 .312 465 2 289 2 601 204 549 20 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) HUNGARY Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .98 53 969 112 388 96 292 Indigenous production + Imports . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 7 166 26 573 901 -5 734 27 104 69 713 75 447 6 840 26 931 932 -11 701 21 138 75 447 87 148 7 074 23 145 901 -11 777 17 541 87 148 98 925 7 344 21 072 777 -10 640 16 999 98 925 109 565 7 440 24 091 1 314 -13 815 16 402 109 565 123 380 6 973 26 185 1 556 -12 046 19 556 123 380 135 426 7 340 23 975 1 672 2 513 32 156 135 426 132 913 8 280 27 635 5 353 20 525 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption 63 837 57 784 47 623 Opening stock level 147 224 110 220 81 334 Closing stock level 110 220 81 334 69 713 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.381 430 3 913 4 294 199 770 10 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports 1 636 1 527 1 146 + Stock changes 37 004 28 886 11 621 .86 526 534 620 181 647 .716 454 996 1 712 222 988 .789 421 1 712 2 501 217 970 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .321 450 3 592 3 913 200 620 9 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .310 560 1 979 2 289 196 605 24 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .697 490 2 501 3 198 220 1 247 .317 514 3 248 3 565 200 626 44 66 848 3 565 3 499 231 723 140 542 1 356 3 499 2 957 236 870 103 422 -3 1 428 2 957 2 535 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 8 406 21 758 2 546 46 228 7 581 66 265 125 775 79 547 7 652 20 589 27 332 55 573 79 547 52 215 7 652 13 235 27 332 48 219 52 215 24 883 7 754 12 377 3 468 23 599 24 883 21 415 6 749 16 129 -3 268 19 610 21 415 24 683 6 498 24 606 -14 288 16 816 24 683 38 971 7 790 36 026 -27 299 16 517 38 971 66 270 8 080 37 807 -29 691 16 196 66 270 95 961 8 183 37 111 -26 683 18 611 95 961 122 644 7 643 47 577 -19 191 36 029 122 644 141 835 7 898 51 855 -13 731 46 022 141 835 155 566 8 094 50 732 711 1 916 60 031 155 566 153 650 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 7 828 42 603 2 362 21 829 69 898 153 650 131 821 7 222 38 332 2 101 15 185 58 638 131 821 116 636 8 031 34 750 2 324 9 728 50 185 116 636 106 908 7 797 31 528 -8 170 31 155 106 908 115 078 7 256 25 968 -11 014 22 210 115 078 126 092 7 496 22 339 -11 332 18 503 126 092 137 424 7 673 21 395 -12 131 16 937 137 424 149 555 7 240 23 771 350 -14 478 16 183 149 555 164 033 7 164 29 478 373 -14 624 21 645 164 033 178 657 7 411 25 987 385 7 097 40 110 178 657 171 560 7 230 32 349 379 4 527 43 727 171 560 167 033 7 848 39 591 382 19 809 66 866 167 033 147 224 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 7 657 6 808 7 453 + Imports 20 812 23 617 29 695 .IV.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-09 234 571 66 1 214 200 1 753 3 302 2 088 213 545 720 1 478 2 088 1 368 227 348 743 1 318 1 368 625 216 326 91 633 625 534 188 424 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .282 451 2 601 2 883 205 626 34 .376 452 620 996 222 948 .129 51 216 132 913 112 388 8 475 33 248 3 948 16 096 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports . Totals may not add up due to rounding.210 .289 592 3 002 3 291 209 583 .387 572 4 294 4 681 205 681 10 186 1 062 4 681 4 495 200 848 10 119 1 157 4 495 4 376 216 1 038 10 516 1 760 4 376 3 860 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 214 545 43 968 1 684 3 860 2 892 190 618 40 760 1 528 2 892 2 132 208 777 30 305 1 260 2 132 1 827 200 695 24 .360 1 228 3 702 4 062 236 1 333 19 52 1 602 4 062 4 010 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 219 1 116 62 569 1 842 4 010 3 441 200 1 005 55 397 1 547 3 441 3 044 217 910 61 256 1 322 3 044 2 788 216 826 .301 491 3 291 3 592 212 559 .365 432 2 883 3 248 190 681 40 .

Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .exports) Mcm Mcm 1600 250 1400 200 1200 1000 150 800 100 600 400 50 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 0 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 0 Jan-09 200 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 2000 1500 1800 1600 1000 1400 1200 500 1000 800 0 600 400 -500 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 -1000 Jan-09 200 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.IV. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .211 HUNGARY Graph 3 .

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Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6.213 IRELAND Tables 1. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IRELAND Graph 1 .4%) Other (5.8%) (0. solar.5%) .IV.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 16 14 12 Mtoe 10 8 6 4 2 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .9%) Hydro Other (0.9%) Coal (22.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 7 Mtoe) (TPES: 14 Mtoe) Oil (47.2%) Oil (76. biofuels & waste. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (30. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.0%) Hydro (0. wind.1%) Note: Other includes geothermal.2%) Coal (16.214 . electricity & heat.

21 1.24 0.25 .64 . 4.11 2. .97 .00 0.20 .54 7.09 1.99 1.69 1.31 .36 0. 0.70 .00 . .71 13.. ..11 3. 0.08 4. solar.08 3.32 .53 1.30 .22 0.09 0.81 1. 1. .65 0.5. 7.10 0.92 0.46 .71 4.03 .08 0. 1..78 .32 6. 2.. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.37 .42 6. 5. 1.95 . Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 6.29 1. .10 2.02 2.. 0.25 0.42 .01 6. 1.08 .06 0.26 0.15 .74 14..06 8.02 0. 1. 0. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .10 8.96 8. Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 1.91 . electricity and heat.47 0.62 2..06 3.21 1..43 0..13 . Other: nuclear.71 1.74 5.18 2. hydro.24 2.83 7.05 .1...89 3.34 2.26 1..70 0.13 3.43 11.69 0. 0..28 . 1..07 0.88 .77 1. 1.47 0.93 1.09 .96 0.38 0.73 1. .43 0.44 1.07 3.215 IRELAND 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 1..59 0.84 .03 3. 3.03 0.42 0.77 4. .2.04 0... 4. 1..98 1.48 5.07 9.3.00 0.91 .71 1. 1.. 3. hydro..15 1..35 1. 1.59 0.40 4.17 4. 0. 0.15 .92 0. solar.30 2..00 14. . 0.81 . solar.76 . Other: nuclear.36 0.87 .1.39 1.71 .. 0.06 0..58 2..51 4.21 .54 2.53 6..72 1. 1. .63 0...06 1.47 0.. 4..56 2.03 1. 1. . .51 0.49 . 1..28 7.41 1..79 1. hydro. 0.83 0.0.37 11.97 0.79 0.48 6.50 .40 4.45 2.22 0. 0.17 10.39 4.. .76 1. . 1..53 4..49 .62 . geothermal.01 0.35 0..93 . ..83 8. . 3.45 0.24 2.43 2.94 0.99 .64 0.90 0.34 0.45 3. .19 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 4.06 0.37 .71 0.60 0. 2.32 .69 6. 3.73 2.31 2. .16 0...91 2.75 0.91 .12 0.63 1. 6.38 1...64 . .03 .04 0.09 0.. 2.84 0.47 0.87 4...19 0.02 0.77 0.55 2.47 1. 0.78 0. 5.82 .43 1.47 1.56 2. 0.84 2.26 1.14 1.. 0.91 0.39 0.5.33 5. 0. 8.93 0.78 0.92 1.05 1.90 0.59 . .73 3.. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1.25 0...85 0..07 e 0.19 4. 0..05 0.35 ..62 0..77 1.22 1.57 0.. 0.70 0. 2.98 0.62 0.38 8.34 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .14 .77 . .74 7.28 0..00 0.84 .06 0.82 1... 3.15 14.12 6..35 1.77 .09 .06 2.3. 4.49 . 1.13 .06 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 5...81 0..38 . 2.17 0.27 0.55 1. electricity and heat.15 ..2.61 6.4..12 0.32 1. 23.35 3..17 0.2.08 6. 2.58 0.51 9. 1.. .38 2.. .34 1.74 .17 3.82 7.39 1.96 0.1... biofuels & waste.5.03 5.. .63 0...44 0..8.16 0.59 0.08 0. .47 3.2.97 .67 0..50 0.74 .96 .64 .28 2.97 1.11 14.86 1. .08 3..46 1.11 14.. 1.76 ..24 0.94 5.88 2. .04 2.58 0.IV..53 0.80 .46 3.00 1.2.32 2.54 . .48 ..13 1.88 0.60 .70 .4..03 ..21 0.11 0.00 4..52 1.13 1. geothermal..07 3.93 9..22 1. . geothermal.07 0.52 0.54 .89 0.24 8.49 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 6. .1.54 . .5.73 1.82 7. .29 .93 ..91 .45 0.43 .40 2.38 0.24 1.46 3...01 . Includes all non-energy use.01 0. Other: nuclear. biofuels & waste..00 3.62 1. 0.02 . 3.27 2.08 0..11 .18 0.12 .47 0..12 2.32 . .63 2.68 3. biofuels & waste.1..64 1. Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 0.. 5..60 7.65 0. ..87 0.81 4.87 2.70 2.36 0.15 1.44 .90 1.02 0.54 . 0..82 ..42 2.22 4.02 1. 1.0.11 .25 3.

. fishing) Non-specified - - - 261 116 145 - 1 227 447 780 - 1 227 499 728 - 1 343 514 829 - . .. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - 531 531 - - - - ... Final consumption - - 427 1 235 1 826 1 730 1 891 . . . ... . . . .... Source: Annual Gas Statistics..7 .. .IV...7 4 489 1 . .. ... . ... . ..Exports + Stock changes ... . .... Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - - - - . ... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Losses - - 3 41 74 76 83 . Totals may not add up due to rounding... . . .. Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl...NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IRELAND Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - 912 2 318 438 391 387 347 + From other sources + Imports .. ..... . . Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - - - - ... ... . .Statistical difference - - - 1 4 798 1 59 4 628 1 1 5 119 .. . .. .216 . . . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - 427 427 443 21 109 70 5 136 102 599 81 193 20 3 147 17 119 4 2 1 12 503 57 176 15 2 133 11 93 3 2 1 10 548 64 187 17 2 147 12 103 3 2 1 10 .. ..7 Total consumption - - 912 2 317 5 178 5 019 5 506 4 844 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 - - 482 480 2 - 1 041 1 011 30 - 3 278 3 006 272 - 3 213 2 928 285 - 3 532 3 234 298 - . .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. .. .

.. .. .. .. Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - - - - ... Losses - - 96 1 533 2 946 3 024 3 282 . ... .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - - - - ..1 624 Total consumption - - 34 315 87 094 206 170 199 962 218 760 193 136 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 - - 18 150 18 079 71 - 39 130 38 000 1 130 - 130 485 119 656 10 829 - 128 079 116 742 11 337 - 140 372 128 515 11 857 - ... Final consumption - - 16 069 46 431 72 739 68 859 75 106 . . . .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Statistical difference - - - 3 36 191 988 53 2 348 184 417 53 .307 178 254 43 .. ... ..306 .... . . . . fishing) Non-specified - - - 9 807 4 363 5 444 - 48 856 17 805 31 051 - 48 878 19 876 29 002 - 53 371 20 421 32 950 - .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .678 204 042 .217 IRELAND Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - 34 315 87 127 16 477 14 814 14 717 13 215 + From other sources + Imports ....Exports + Stock changes .. . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - 19 986 19 986 - - - - . .. . . . . . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp... .. ... ... . .........IV. .. . . . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - 16 069 16 069 16 638 778 4 083 2 648 185 5 105 3 839 23 883 3 218 7 683 785 128 5 866 691 4 747 167 82 43 473 19 981 2 280 7 006 594 66 5 307 420 3 692 119 72 40 385 21 735 2 527 7 414 659 73 5 844 465 4 093 132 80 45 403 .. . . .. .. .

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IRELAND 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 4 628 4 628 5 119 5 119 4 489 4 489 184 417 184 417 204 042 204 042 178 254 178 254 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD - - - - - - Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 4 628 5 119 4 489 184 417 204 042 178 254 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.IV.218 .

219 IRELAND 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 4 628 4 628 5 119 5 119 4 489 4 489 184 417 184 417 204 042 204 042 178 254 178 254 - - - - - - Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 4 628 5 119 4 489 184 417 204 042 178 254 - - - - - - 2010 2011e Memo: Total OPEC Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules 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 - - - - - - Source: Annual Gas Statistics. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

Exports + Stock changes .220 .74 18 544 1 711 1 751 1 993 15 926 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .57 20 136 1 671 1 791 1 993 19 168 -1 . Totals may not add up due to rounding. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 464 15 652 16 116 1 836 1 836 15 099 142 15 241 1 836 1 694 26 14 727 8 14 761 1 694 1 686 15 659 87 15 746 1 686 1 599 14 972 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) IRELAND Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .13 17 948 1 592 1 632 3 196 18 287 .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 86 430 -1 515 42 43 73 394 -1 466 43 44 53 398 -1 450 44 45 11 419 1 1 430 45 44 2 415 1 418 44 43 1 369 1 371 43 42 1 351 1 351 42 42 1 335 2 334 42 42 6 365 1 372 42 41 27 384 1 412 41 40 46 406 -1 451 40 41 85 457 542 41 41 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 78 490 -1 567 41 42 70 439 -3 506 42 45 53 479 -1 533 45 45 28 400 428 45 45 6 423 1 430 45 44 418 -2 416 44 46 408 -8 416 46 46 401 401 46 46 411 1 412 46 45 30 394 2 426 45 43 41 468 509 43 43 82 530 612 43 43 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 68 485 -7 546 43 50 63 369 4 436 50 46 53 418 471 46 46 12 397 409 46 46 383 3 386 46 43 1 370 -1 372 43 43 392 2 394 43 41 383 -1 382 41 42 6 345 2 353 42 40 20 353 -4 369 40 44 55 337 1 393 44 43 68 401 1 470 43 42 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 3 235 17 210 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .60 14 912 1 599 1 659 221 13 715 67 14 003 1 659 1 592 761 14 045 .39 .63 22 564 1 632 1 671 2 632 17 567 .Statistical difference Total consumption 21 669 17 166 18 557 Opening stock level 1 729 1 992 1 836 Closing stock level 1 992 1 836 1 836 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.51 21 211 1 791 1 792 1 053 16 006 19 17 040 1 792 1 792 226 16 927 40 73 17 120 1 792 1 752 16 727 .164 14 642 1 592 1 756 2 089 13 534 18 15 641 1 756 1 738 2 621 16 058 32 18 711 1 738 1 706 Indigenous production + Imports .263 156 .40 .Exports + Stock changes .40 .74 20 478 1 670 1 711 2 744 15 766 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .235 16 562 1 831 1 831 16 046 81 15 965 1 831 1 831 16 447 39 83 16 403 1 831 1 792 1 128 15 766 67 1 16 960 1 792 1 725 1 560 18 745 -4 -4 20 305 1 725 1 729 3 135 21 335 24 470 1 729 1 729 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 2 608 2 409 2 003 + Imports 19 324 14 601 16 554 .41 .79 86 16 562 1 752 1 831 16 327 .Exports + Stock changes .IV.40 .86 21 569 1 632 1 632 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 2 932 19 608 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .120 .29 17 908 1 751 1 791 414 16 767 40 109 17 112 1 791 1 751 75 16 607 40 88 16 634 1 751 1 711 38 14 766 40 80 14 764 1 711 1 671 38 14 046 116 13 968 1 671 1 671 38 13 405 151 13 292 1 671 1 671 226 14 606 39 67 14 804 1 671 1 632 1 015 15 366 40 25 16 396 1 632 1 592 1 729 16 246 .

Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .221 IRELAND Graph 3 .exports) Mcm Mcm 600 100 90 500 80 70 400 60 50 300 40 200 30 20 100 Stock changes Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Jan-09 0 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 700 6 600 4 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Jul-09 Apr-09 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 0 Jan-11 -8 Oct-10 100 Jul-10 -6 Apr-10 200 Jan-10 -4 Oct-09 300 Jul-09 -2 Apr-09 400 Jan-09 0 Jan-09 500 2 Oct-09 0 Jan-09 10 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.IV.Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

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LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1.223 ISRAEL Tables 1. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.IV.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ISRAEL Graph 1 . biofuels & waste.2%) Natural Gas (0.224 .8%) Coal (31. wind. electricity & heat. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (16.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 30 25 Mtoe 20 15 10 5 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.IV.6%) Note: Other includes geothermal.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 8 Mtoe) (TPES: 24 Mtoe) Oil (99.4%) Oil (48.2%) Other (3.9%) . solar.

15 . 0. 2.91 4.47 3. 3.36 0.21 . . 0.3. 9. .73 15..42 0.15 0. .. 3.42 7. 5. 0. ..82 1.95 .21 .01 1.39 21..87 0.13 .74 1. 3.53 3.02 12.41 10.79 .44 0.01 ... 6..15 ..11 .94 6.63 .32 15.64 2.91 .6. .84 4. geothermal. . 6.00 0. 0.01 1.08 3.. .22 ... .07 3.05 .00 0..29 .15 0..61 0...19 0.10 .02 ..20 5.. .. 0.03 8..01 0. ...26 1.56 . .16 3..08 4. 0. 4.... geothermal..52 0.22 7.80 .32 0. 5.15 0.15 4.68 3.06 9.27 2.02 0. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..87 7. 0. 10.59 .. 3....00 0..57 .71 12.22 . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.52 5...06 2. 3.47 4.20 1. . 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 2.. 2...98 .38 0. hydro.49 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 3..01 2. . 2.. Other: nuclear. Other: nuclear..29 0..03 0.00 6.11 0. 4.17 0.42 . 0..7..05 7.. hydro..41 5.32 . 3.. 3.16 0. 2.81 0.92 9..37 0.86 13.66 4. 3.95 .00 2.23 .03 1.13 7.45 .39 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 1...00 25.03 5. 4.86 .90 .39 0..30 .13 1.07 .. 3. 4.26 0.93 1. 2..07 3.00 0.56 7..58 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 2. 0.02 .34 3.05 2.24 1. .46 1.13 3. 2.IV.89 . . 2...90 3..03 0. 4. 0. .67 0. 3.48 0.91 3. 3..50 .29 3.29 . 5. 0.75 22.75 0. .74 1..00 0..10 . 1.11 1.00 . . Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 0.02 0.00 0.52 5.55 0.38 0. 1.29 .15 .01 0.05 0. 3.86 .52 2.00 0.34 4. 2.38 0. .11 0.. Other: nuclear.00 22..76 . 17.00 .97 .12 25. 1. 13.32 0.. 0.58 0..00 0.. 4.09 . Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 1..91 0.70 0. 0. 0.. 0..17 8.17 1.00 0..86 24. electricity and heat. 1.. . . 1.07 .11 .42 ..62 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1..96 .02 0...25 ..88 4.. ...00 5...29 7..86 12. 12.81 24..35 ..18 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 7.52 0..14 25.. biofuels & waste.59 0..0.05 1. 2.. 0. .13 .77 4.82 0.. .45 2.01 0.76 0. 3. 4.30 2.56 . 2.12 0.. 6.00 1. 5.38 .12 2.84 2.. biofuels & waste.. 4.00 0.14 7. .44 0. 6.00 11.58 4.55 .05 6.02 11.. 0.13 .80 0. 0. .45 .22 1. .42 10. 1.00 0... 4.. .02 6.03 0.02 2.00 6..68 0.97 0.00 0.13 .45 0. 5. 1.83 .. 5.35 .91 25.18 .39 ..29 .. 4.36 .52 .. . ..21 . 4..32 . .03 1. .03 1..07 . 11. .13 ..13 4.03 0. . geothermal.36 7.64 26.45 ....05 .87 .. 4.13 .58 17.03 1..04 ..18.96 14.79 0.67 2.92 0.43 0.00 0..93 0.80 . Includes all non-energy use.04 2...17 0..44 .82 3.32 . .00 0. 16.17 4.30 4.. hydro..39 . 2.72 2. 12. 6.05 12. 2.43 ..82 .10 .89 0..00 24. solar.. 3..00 7. 5..53 .25 14.37 0. biofuels & waste. 0.10 11.01 11.06 5. 2.89 .15 0..15 . 0.92 0. .42 0.33 4.00 0.. 3..77 3.83 .51 0.61 .08 . 1. 4.00 0.00 1.05 7.33 .99 . 2.91 .76 0.00 0. 9....60 1.97 .39 .. solar.02 ..90 1.33 4.05 7..53 1.42 .34 .34 0.225 ISRAEL 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 6. solar.41 0..13 0.58 7. 2.55 .33 . 7.51 0.01 0.. 0.66 .25 .86 .85 2. .56 7.92 0..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .72 0.

... . . . . . .. . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ISRAEL Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 54 57 157 34 3 450 2 670 3 240 4 271 - - - 1 320 145 1 510 ....Exports + Stock changes . Losses - - - - - - - .226 2 104 28 702 1 54 57 157 33 3 625 4 406 5 316 4 972 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 - - - - 3 561 3 427 134 - 4 082 3 896 186 - 5 092 4 909 183 - .. Source: Annual Gas Statistics. ... paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - 2 2 - 205 205 77 77 . .... . .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - 64 64 - 147 147 - ...... . ... . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. ...... . . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports ... . . Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - - - - .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .. . .... .. . 54 54 - 56 56 - 156 156 - 31 31 - - - - . ... . . .IV. .Statistical difference Total consumption Final consumption 119 66 e 53 e 54 57 157 33 - 205 77 ..226 . . fishing) Non-specified - 1 1 - 1 1 - - - - - .. .. .. .. . ...... Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.

. ..... .. ... . . . .. .. . fishing) Non-specified - 25 25 - 42 42 - 8 8 - - - - . . .IV.. .. . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY ..... . .... . ... .8 612 80 719 3 181 26 945 77 2 097 2 210 6 077 1 316 137 137 167 611 201 845 190 739 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 - - - - 134 699 129 623 5 076 - 155 310 148 236 7 074 - 193 347 186 399 6 948 - . .. .. .. Losses - - - - - - - . . . . ... Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp... .. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics..227 ISRAEL Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 2 097 2 210 6 077 1 316 130 310 100 849 124 307 163 871 - - - - 12 323 5 496 58 150 . Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - - - - .. . 2 097 2 097 - 2 185 2 185 - 6 035 6 035 - 1 214 1 214 - - - - ... .. .. ..Exports + Stock changes . . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - 94 94 - 7 781 7 781 2 925 2 925 ... ... ... . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - 2 438 2 438 - 5 573 5 573 - .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .Statistical difference Total consumption Final consumption 4 520 2 500 e 2 020 e 2 097 2 210 6 077 1 316 - 7 781 2 925 . Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . ...

IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ISRAEL 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 - - - - - - 1 510 1 510 2 104 2 104 702 702 58 150 58 150 80 719 80 719 26 945 26 945 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 1 510 2 104 702 58 150 80 719 26 945 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 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.228 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .229 ISRAEL 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 - - - - - - 1 510 1 510 2 104 2 104 702 702 58 150 58 150 80 719 80 719 26 945 26 945 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 1 510 2 104 702 58 150 80 719 26 945 - - - - - - 2010 2011e Memo: Total OPEC Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules 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 - - - - - - Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

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Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. 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. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1.IV. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3.231 ITALY Tables 1. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2.

biofuels & waste.232 .3%) Coal (9.2%) Nuclear (0.8%) Natural Gas (11. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (38.1%) Note: Other includes geothermal. wind.IV. solar.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 119 Mtoe) (TPES: 165 Mtoe) Oil (37.8%) Hydro (2.9%) Hydro Other (2.5%) Oil (75. electricity & heat.6%) .7%) (2.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 200 180 160 140 Mtoe 120 100 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .4%) Other (12.7%) Coal (6.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ITALY Graph 1 .

64 127.61 .71 0.77 3.73 0..31 1.02 19.1.61 1.67 39.32 .12 30. hydro.32 5.19.26 .68 1.23 11.47 0.88 3.56 4.66 0.20 3.98 22.97 27.12 1.38 0.37 .20 12.2.49 114.72 88.99 .91 0.00 0.32 14.58 e 25.03 .61 10.15 12.38 .68 8.68 0.56 38.68 16.82 13.0.17 0.24 68..2.21 31.56 168.57 2.87 10.64 3.75 20.2.34 5.24 35.62 159.11 12.00 9.22 90.0..01 19.0.82 3.32 104.58 36.53 46.7.23 0.04 7. biofuels & waste.99 6.64 .82 14.74 .84 22.43 .3.88 5.79 165.68 .46 5.58 102.79 6.14 0..64 16.39 61.42 e 19.26 .87 37.16 .34 8.94 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 30..98 18.39 .34 8.65 .29 9. .16 .51 0.68 0.4.15 6.19.37 18.62 33..63 .52 58.59 4.0.29 31. 29.94 2.10 .70 8.59 1.42 16.13 44.87 2.17 25.10 6. .72 11.08 0.17 19. Other: nuclear.10 3.53 8. solar.14 63.54 .79 0.65 e 26.66 3.13.36 15.17 4.94 125.32 . ..3.94 30.82 6.09 0..02 .61 60.90 10.75 14. 2.35 0.87 2. geothermal.36 3.51 34.14 8.0.31 14.05 0.31 9.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ..66 3.35 26.30 8.00 0.19 21.61 5. solar.10 .02 2.86 28.91 e 43.76 2.06 17.53 120.00 8.83 3.52 . geothermal.93 4. geothermal. electricity and heat.55 5.54 e 29.07 31.57 4.00 17.04 65.37 .01 6. 0.43 7.55 0. . .26 1.77 39...39 18.22 0.85 7.20 146.24 0. 2. ..86 63. .89 61.69 3.92 .41 32.12 14.54 12.28 129.63 9.14 0.41 10.. .32 1.04 9..59 2.06 12..2.19 6. electricity and heat.08 1.53 11.27 30.48 6.34 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 47.24 . biofuels & waste.63 28.51 .75 27.19 0. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.06 18.96 0.88 e 26.38 12..59 22.67 1.20 44.22 1.68 10.49 0.19 2.79 e 147.53 37.16 129.96 15.56 12. .61 12.07 6.47 29.40 .88 18. . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .10 27.IV.62 0.60 36.01 5.64 91. .10 32..26 28.10 22.62 0.73 64.70 94...05 0. . Includes all non-energy use.14 0.26 27.. 1.49 6..57 19.44 0.31 e 56.28 11.28 9.70 39.80 61. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 27.63 1.19 4.33 8.25 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 29.89 14. 12.46 .63 55.0.54 .1.33 0.57 7.12 18.05 15. biofuels & waste. hydro.61 1.10 164. ..86 0..31 0.28 6.16 .53 0.58 36.86 56.25 2.27 0.15 24.79 . Other: nuclear.08 25.39 1.71 .. 2.07 21.21 0. . . .93 34.98 .0. 3.43 0.. .88 .23 19.05 1..92 .06 11.78 0.3.74 49.87 3.86 4.82 3.64 29.21 57.59 20.80 3.26 0.13.34 1.24 14.15 13.72 15.33 24.. .17 0.81 .09 0.76 104.19 39..94 1..71 0.61 9.36 3.0.17 0.72 3.52 0.50 130.61 10.84 9.70 35.4.26 3.64 119.76 43.55 106.57 1.42 13.79 168.43 1.21 0.19 0. .52 3.50 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.10 13.94 3.5.15 26.37 51.66 6.32 13.233 ITALY Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 20.32 10.61 26.68 0.40 2.83 5..45 6.70 96.56 0.60 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 96.37 0.3.98 8...52 0.0.91 15.96 8.62 88.65 2.37 25.99 1.82 0.17 22. 0. solar.51 5.45 3.60 . 0.51 10.35 69.03 17.11 5.99 12.62 170.09 38.09 0.26 23.1. Other: nuclear.90 1..51 14.99 83.92 0.65 0..00 16. .11 27. .59 .03 4. .45 6.33 6.93 14.20 0.12 .15 151.30 6. 5. 2. 7.75 .48 0.92 5.05 54.18 1.18 0.53 9.5.40 0..90 0..94 15.37 10.34 . .78 3.08 17.10 27.1.56 . .66 4.31 0.40 178.92 0. 1.07 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 137.03 1.45 .31 ..1.91 12.78 1.15 1.88 67. 0...28 5.0.43 4. hydro.46 12. .57 6. .63 44.42 e 35.47 1.32 7.

.. . . ... ... Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports .. . . .. .. .1 029 - 69 250 125 886 - 75 354 141 . ...234 .. 4 390 4 388 2 - 9 451 9 436 15 - 10 220 10 206 14 - 18 868 5 110 13 731 27 - 30 251 10 529 19 555 167 - 31 224 10 513 20 538 173 - 33 521 10 517 22 830 174 - ... .Exports + Stock changes .. . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.IV. .412 .. ... - 2 583 2 583 - 2 515 2 515 - 2 036 2 036 - 849 849 - 691 691 - 691 691 - . Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. . 293 391 321 144 429 454 594 . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding. . .43 277 14 154 .. . ... . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .....617 347 14 368 851 226 30 470 18 .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 37 37 - 64 64 - 97 97 - 329 329 - 1 064 491 452 121 561 241 227 93 794 336 341 117 . ....522 - 70 369 124 . .. ... .. ... . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 10 548 1 801 3 787 164 2 618 765 69 504 319 382 139 10 881 2 492 1 389 137 3 726 1 001 75 872 548 506 135 11 044 2 458 1 161 151 4 014 1 058 54 900 468 485 295 15 742 2 239 3 279 292 3 095 1 054 37 1 205 1 076 644 2 821 13 798 2 250 1 639 453 3 495 2 431 47 1 543 1 012 866 62 12 085 1 325 1 937 435 2 770 1 970 45 1 563 1 164 832 44 12 639 1 706 1 927 499 2 868 2 003 50 1 562 1 202 775 47 .777 - 17 095 26 991 27 524 47 405 84 883 78 024 83 097 77 917 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 1 676 1 251 425 - 3 324 2 159 653 512 - 3 014 1 834 587 593 - 10 033 8 258 182 90 1 270 233 - 37 821 19 022 20 14 559 4 220 - 32 275 13 842 20 14 337 4 076 - 34 009 13 474 17 15 519 4 999 - . ...69 76 867 210 . .. . . .. .. .. Final consumption 15 089 23 212 24 092 36 899 45 569 44 734 47 700 .Statistical difference Total consumption Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. .. 151 151 - 297 297 - 313 313 - 253 253 - 671 671 - 734 734 - 849 849 - .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ITALY Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 15 407 13 801 12 531 17 296 9 255 8 013 8 406 8 449 2 008 . . ....

1 2 638 433 4 764 33 755 - 2 870 987 5 372 . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp.235 ITALY Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e 587 010 525 820 477 425 652 664 352 617 305 293 320 268 321 907 76 543 .. . . . . .. . . .. .. . - 98 407 98 407 - 95 807 95 807 - 78 040 78 040 - 32 346 32 346 - 26 363 26 363 - 26 326 26 326 - . . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics. . ..19 887 1 2 681 059 4 724 ... .39 205 ..1 645 10 575 539 260 ...IV.. . . .. ....Statistical difference Total consumption Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl.. .Exports + Stock changes .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 1 424 1 424 - 2 433 2 433 - 3 697 3 697 - 12 611 12 611 - 40 548 18 717 17 221 4 610 21 372 9 192 8 633 3 547 30 244 12 790 12 987 4 467 . 5 744 5 744 - 11 313 11 313 - 11 941 11 941 - 9 697 9 697 - 25 566 25 566 - 27 963 27 963 - 32 345 32 345 - . .... .... . 167 258 167 183 75 - 360 065 359 508 557 - 389 375 388 849 526 - 723 211 195 878 526 298 1 035 - 1 152 530 401 160 745 006 6 364 - 1 189 640 400 549 782 499 6 592 - 1 277 145 400 716 869 812 6 617 - . .. . ...NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . . 11 145 14 872 12 230 5 520 16 345 17 296 22 640 .23 509 13 196 547 403 32 427 8 600 1 178 158 690 . Indigenous production + From other sources + Imports . .15 792 . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 401 909 68 622 144 273 6 255 99 759 29 153 2 642 19 209 12 146 14 541 5 309 414 634 94 957 52 937 5 234 141 974 38 154 2 876 33 222 20 867 19 284 5 129 420 769 93 634 44 241 5 757 152 927 40 315 2 047 34 294 17 836 18 497 11 221 603 391 85 821 125 684 11 192 118 631 40 400 1 418 46 188 41 243 24 685 108 129 525 735 85 727 62 459 17 258 133 173 92 611 1 792 58 798 38 552 33 011 2 354 460 411 50 486 73 782 16 555 105 535 75 053 1 705 59 552 44 364 31 700 1 679 481 501 65 011 73 410 19 018 109 254 76 296 1 904 59 495 45 778 29 540 1 795 .. .. . ..... . . . .. Final consumption 574 911 884 419 917 892 1 414 339 1 736 177 1 704 377 1 817 317 . .. .... ....2 701 2 928 634 8 003 .....29 603 1 651 333 1 028 375 1 048 655 1 817 041 3 234 044 2 972 717 3 165 995 2 968 638 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 63 853 47 650 16 203 - 126 651 82 271 24 870 19 510 - 114 836 69 865 22 362 22 609 - 384 571 316 544 6 974 3 441 48 681 8 931 - 1 440 974 724 753 748 554 686 160 787 - 1 229 672 527 364 747 546 250 155 311 - 1 295 794 513 377 656 591 282 190 479 - .

236 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ITALY 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 1 797 4 278 4 160 1 428 11 663 1 624 3 163 2 824 3 546 11 157 2 809 3 647 3 453 3 569 13 478 68 466 162 992 158 496 54 407 444 361 61 874 120 510 107 595 135 103 425 082 107 023 138 951 131 559 135 979 513 512 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD 21 371 19 999 10 003 51 373 26 036 14 964 9 897 50 897 21 317 19 634 2 601 43 552 814 235 761 962 381 115 1 957 312 991 972 570 128 377 076 1 939 176 812 177 748 055 99 098 1 659 330 Non-specified 3 324 4 357 4 558 126 651 166 002 173 661 Total imports 66 360 66 411 61 588 2 528 324 2 530 260 2 346 503 2010 2011e Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Australia United States Other OECD Terajoules - 163 163 171 171 - 6 210 6 210 6 515 6 515 1 299 1 591 2 890 1 634 824 6 154 168 8 780 1 635 500 6 204 271 8 610 49 492 60 617 110 109 62 255 31 394 234 467 6 401 334 517 62 294 19 050 236 372 10 325 328 041 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 2 890 8 943 8 781 110 109 340 727 334 556 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.IV.

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.237 ITALY 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 1 797 4 278 4 160 1 428 11 663 1 624 3 163 2 987 3 546 11 320 2 809 3 647 3 624 3 569 13 649 68 466 162 992 158 496 54 407 444 361 61 874 120 510 113 805 135 103 431 292 107 023 138 951 138 074 135 979 520 027 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 22 670 9 168 1 591 19 999 835 54 263 27 670 870 9 401 6 154 14 964 168 450 59 677 22 952 500 2 339 6 204 19 634 271 262 52 162 863 727 349 301 60 617 761 962 31 814 2 067 421 1 054 227 33 147 358 178 234 467 570 128 6 401 17 145 2 273 693 874 471 19 050 89 116 236 372 748 055 10 325 9 982 1 987 371 Non-specified 3 324 4 357 4 558 126 651 166 002 173 661 Total imports 69 250 75 354 70 369 2 638 433 2 870 987 2 681 059 Memo: Total OPEC 33 429 43 225 31 495 1 273 645 1 646 872 1 199 959 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 71 19 90 93 26 119 Terajoules 87 37 124 2 706 724 3 430 3 543 991 4 534 3 314 1 410 4 724 35 22 - 1 334 838 - 125 141 124 4 764 5 372 4 724 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

IV.Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports 800 610 572 + Stock changes 75 286 56 236 40 385 .130 6 367 14 110 14 240 662 6 527 11 645 7 823 14 240 13 595 699 7 284 17 1 785 9 751 13 595 11 810 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 687 7 662 18 2 457 10 788 11 810 9 353 616 7 159 38 1 676 9 413 9 353 7 677 713 7 218 13 746 8 664 7 677 6 931 701 5 969 8 .905 4 106 18 281 19 186 638 5 398 3 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ITALY Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .294 5 518 16 161 16 455 717 5 607 15 1 280 7 589 16 455 15 175 736 6 103 18 2 055 8 876 15 175 13 120 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 27 546 257 823 724 112 319 396 964 710 794 598 475 24 155 229 781 1 486 84 239 -1 336 690 598 475 514 236 27 356 210 236 419 48 883 1 286 055 514 236 465 353 25 984 201 244 229 -44 044 -1 182 956 465 353 509 397 26 670 205 702 114 -69 342 162 916 509 397 578 739 24 613 199 301 114 -63 322 1 160 477 578 739 642 061 25 527 214 846 114 -54 445 185 814 642 061 696 506 25 832 165 164 76 -34 481 156 439 696 506 730 987 24 308 205 664 114 -33 718 1 196 139 730 987 764 705 25 489 222 314 267 -4 953 242 583 537 591 542 544 25 222 248 679 419 24 574 298 056 542 544 517 970 26 632 277 520 648 68 009 371 513 517 970 449 961 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 26 175 291 922 686 93 612 411 023 449 961 356 349 23 470 272 758 1 448 63 855 358 635 356 349 292 494 27 165 275 006 495 28 423 1 330 098 292 494 264 071 26 708 227 419 305 -32 080 221 742 264 071 296 151 27 394 216 675 191 -57 836 186 042 296 151 353 987 27 242 203 911 114 -57 912 1 173 126 353 987 411 899 26 594 212 941 114 -42 748 1 196 672 411 899 454 647 26 746 165 849 114 -43 548 148 933 454 647 498 195 26 099 204 483 152 -39 473 190 957 498 195 537 668 26 899 244 602 381 -29 489 1 241 630 537 668 567 157 25 946 258 242 533 12 611 296 266 567 157 554 546 25 718 296 951 762 84 240 .885 5 148 19 186 20 071 669 5 835 7 .Exports + Stock changes .Statistical difference -1 Total consumption 403 327 342 710 324 726 Opening stock level 470 306 395 020 338 784 Closing stock level 395 020 338 784 298 399 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .380 406 527 554 546 470 306 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 26 441 23 432 26 365 + Imports 302 400 263 652 258 547 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .842 5 820 6 931 7 773 719 5 687 5 -1 518 4 883 7 773 9 291 715 5 352 3 -1 520 4 544 9 291 10 811 698 5 589 3 -1 122 5 162 10 811 11 933 702 4 353 3 -1 143 3 909 11 933 13 076 685 5 367 4 -1 036 5 012 13 076 14 112 706 6 420 10 .774 6 342 14 112 14 886 681 6 778 14 331 7 776 14 886 14 555 675 7 794 20 2 211 .238 . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 26 251 211 036 267 -47 854 -1 189 167 298 399 346 253 25 870 219 266 191 -64 617 1 180 327 346 253 410 870 24 879 196 329 191 -54 979 166 038 410 870 465 849 27 699 199 796 152 -50 901 176 442 465 849 516 750 28 118 183 109 152 -60 008 151 067 516 750 576 758 26 556 206 616 152 -38 976 1 194 043 576 758 615 734 27 699 194 081 343 -11 201 210 236 615 734 626 935 27 318 213 627 572 48 767 -1 289 141 626 935 578 168 28 042 232 524 686 78 296 338 176 578 168 499 872 Indigenous production + Imports .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-09 723 6 767 19 2 948 10 419 18 656 15 708 634 6 031 39 2 211 8 837 15 708 13 497 718 5 518 11 1 283 7 508 13 497 12 214 682 5 282 6 -1 156 4 802 12 214 13 370 700 5 399 3 -1 820 4 276 13 370 15 190 646 5 231 3 -1 662 4 212 15 190 16 852 670 5 639 3 -1 429 4 877 16 852 18 281 678 4 335 2 .10 10 670 14 555 12 344 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 694 7 937 21 1 976 10 586 12 344 10 368 615 6 920 16 1 476 8 995 10 368 8 892 692 6 786 15 1 060 8 523 8 892 7 832 689 5 539 7 -1 256 4 965 7 832 9 088 679 5 755 5 -1 696 4 733 9 088 10 784 653 5 153 5 -1 443 4 358 10 784 12 227 727 5 244 4 -1 336 4 631 12 227 13 563 738 4 806 4 -1 575 3 965 13 563 15 138 697 5 423 4 -1 023 5 093 15 138 16 161 727 5 094 9 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.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 .

239 ITALY Graph 3 .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .IV. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .exports) Mcm Mcm 800 9000 700 8000 7000 600 6000 500 5000 400 4000 300 3000 200 2000 100 Stock changes Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Jan-09 0 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Jan-09 0 1000 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 12000 4000 3000 10000 2000 8000 1000 6000 0 4000 -1000 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 -3000 Jan-09 2000 -2000 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.

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Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6.241 JAPAN Tables 1. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1.IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .

8%) .6%) Other (2.7%) Coal (23. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. biofuels & waste.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 600 500 Mtoe 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .6%) (0.1%) Note: Other includes geothermal.IV. electricity & heat.242 .1%) Nuclear (0.8%) Hydro (1.8%) Natural Gas Other (1.2%) Natural Gas (21.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) JAPAN Graph 1 . wind.8%) Hydro (1. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Nuclear (5.6%) Coal (18. solar.0%) Oil (77.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 320 Mtoe) (TPES: 458 Mtoe) Oil (45.

25.75 4.04 .09 4. geothermal. 0.86 8.49 1.44 .81 17. 4. 3. 2.16 9. geothermal.08 35..52 21.89 439.22 43.07 17. biofuels & waste. 18.09 45.03 324. 3.25 3.23 9.87 458. Other: nuclear. 6.0.53 252..83 ..0.99 32. .02 0.22 172. .00 70.41 0. 52....0.49 0.27 2.79 229.93 9.84 156.6. 4.86 52.06 119.33 267.05 2. solar..31 71.59 ..56 7.62 ..28 3.53 0.43 0. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 93.20 .42 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .56 29..12 0. 14. 18... biofuels & waste. 39.09 1..69 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 141.62 4. 1.66 200.90 .42 50.0.75 .70 35..56 15.30 ..09 0.14 53.37 5.07 88.48 0.0.37 28. ..44 74.35 13...15 99..28 . 2. 17.29 .45 171. electricity and heat.75 .00 38. ..26 0.15 115.66 4.0.67 90. 1. 3.02 . .0.98 3.82 9.13 98. 402.16 .29 6.31 25. 17. .86 15. .67 42..23 5. .. 1..0. 0. .20 3.34 .11 .83 14. solar.68 59.61 76.71 0.41 64.18 28.47 2.20 1.0..41 32.95 .24 285.48 . 5.29 1..05 61..99 . hydro.71 26.24 43.. .58 62.32 27.78 276. 1.74 90.53 58. hydro.39 20.54 3.40 0. 43.92 1.35 1.10 472.11 171.13 .26 129.25 44.85 86..58 34..33 .51 31.16 62.75 .33 44. 74.89 77.81 25.33 108..64 96.14 67.60 230.09 108..78 223.09 .02 73. .96 3. 92...33 18.57 . 11.66 2.53 92..24 4.93 .. hydro.67 .01 203.57 34.. 5.68 97..95 1..20 28..17 .04 20.66 205..82 58.19 137. .81 .08 8.31 8.16 31.92 0.52 54.46 .94 0.99 .11 .11 0.76 .15 89.18 1.53 6. .25 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 1.85 84.56 25..2.0.. 9.63 4..88 .42 18. .93 8. . .98 .08 49.89 75.56 105..77 36.98 37.42 5. 26.49 .18 .07 . 320.0. geothermal.79 51..51 57..57 1. 1..53 .13 496.97 3.60 1.99 14.16 .78 496.66 .0.35 31. 1.83 ..31 0.53 140.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .18 48.50 344.52 55. .38 40.99 7.09 .0.92 21.73 .04 12.39 4..2.17 0.97 .63 . 0.48 2.57 0.. 14.45 .79 3.IV. .62 11.45 85. .75 .89 .1. biofuels & waste.54 331.50 101.67 .12 2.65 0..64 89..92 1.90 29...21 206.88 0. 3.35 ..72 1.63 . .89 47.73 231.3. 1.24 .77 42. Includes all non-energy use..30 4.34 28..03 ..40 233. 1.56 10.51 24..69 .71 19. electricity and heat.21 1.. 0.24 300.16 250.00 70..10 80.12 16.32 32.5.36 0.29 0.89 173.. 83.35 .69 19..16 2.52 29.08 85.87 10. Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 3.17 13.53 .17 41.88 92.51 2..48 123..22 47.. .68 .29 33. 2.. 2.50 .93 57.71 114.53 1.67 1.79 96.70 4.25 2..67 .2.11 117.38 .40 .02 51.00 0.67 3.14 86.50 118.71 1.33 .35 .65 63.49 213..14 0.3.10 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 320.82 .01 114.76 223.87 0.26 8.06 .94 206.95 92.48 77.40 9.66 76.41 .49 1..67 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 233..42 76.50 43.34 .58 43.07 248.80 314. 75.1.34 .69 9. 2..93 11.47 1.26 53..05 0.66 .0.76 1. 3..48 35.06 24. 70.40 .31 68. 382. 320.39 4.03 4.57 2.64 25. 0.89 6... Other: nuclear.89 5. .96 35.37 5. ..62 68.95 8. Other: nuclear..47 .10 93.24 183..61 . . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.33 25.27 82.65 25.08 15.21 0. solar.70 .10 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1.84 46.90 8.69 .243 JAPAN Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 29.88 3.20 0.51 . 436.42 28.09 2.53 85. 1.76 1. 89.92 9.24 . . 427.10 101.74 2. 0.19 265. .47 68.97 8..3..31 .67 33.96 1.47 . 421.

- - - - - - - . . - - - - - - - ..5 306 1 659 116 455 . ...... INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. 1 723 445 1 256 22 4 144 847 3 280 17 4 316 885 3 409 22 13 295 4 599 8 696 - 29 382 18 656 10 726 - 29 062 18 370 10 692 - 31 095 20 253 10 842 - ... . . Source: Annual Gas Statistics. ...2 879 1 431 92 812 . .... ... . . - - - 357 356 1 413 413 - 361 361 - 421 421 - . ..117 . ..Statistical difference 3 258 . . Losses Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . Final consumption 3 632 6 741 6 807 18 023 38 575 38 107 40 744 . .... . .. .. . . ... .. .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) JAPAN Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production 2 595 2 641 2 197 2 119 3 706 3 555 3 343 3 333 + From other sources + Imports ... .91 .IV.. . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 1 909 1 250 659 2 597 785 1 022 790 2 491 824 802 865 4 371 850 378 44 135 872 95 531 92 525 849 8 780 2 218 1 135 59 432 1 738 90 1 319 524 806 459 8 684 2 101 1 239 59 454 1 662 101 1 393 496 819 360 9 228 2 334 1 343 63 499 1 726 129 1 465 520 847 302 .6 272 1 494 98 787 21 .. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Totals may not add up due to rounding.107 .. ..629 .... .1 275 1 531 95 391 336 .244 . .. .. .. .. . .. .924 15 719 .3 059 Total consumption 6 777 19 059 25 559 58 107 103 843 103 441 108 951 123 498 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 2 335 2 335 - 11 372 11 372 - 18 170 18 170 - 39 526 38 928 441 157 - 61 690 58 894 2 374 422 - 61 647 58 690 2 543 414 - 64 250 61 181 2 635 434 - .1 008 . . .599 4 313 50 507 ... ..816 22 854 .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 810 810 - 946 946 - 582 582 - 558 6 552 3 578 16 3 3 559 3 687 40 1 3 646 3 957 79 1 3 877 ..Exports + Stock changes . .

.31 561 909 009 ..... ..252 210 66 952 3 852 397 815 . .... ...39 671 .. .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Statistical difference 129 581 . .121 109 64 123 3 618 570 ... . 144 910 268 985 271 685 709 092 1 517 488 1 499 320 1 603 156 .4 218 . . . .3 537 .. .50 688 68 584 3 716 978 12 870 . - - - - - - - . .. - - - - - - - ..4 565 . . . 76 132 49 869 26 263 103 631 31 334 40 784 31 513 99 443 32 883 31 987 34 573 171 935 33 444 14 858 1 718 5 295 34 307 3 757 20 891 3 604 20 650 33 411 345 395 87 258 44 660 2 308 16 987 68 392 3 549 51 879 20 607 31 696 18 059 341 679 82 653 48 736 2 332 17 870 65 378 3 990 54 819 19 527 32 211 14 163 363 083 91 828 52 824 2 496 19 637 67 903 5 064 57 657 20 476 33 332 11 866 .. - - - 14 041 14 003 38 16 230 16 230 - 14 226 14 226 - 16 599 16 599 - . ..Exports + Stock changes . . ... ... . . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy 32 322 32 322 - 37 761 37 761 - 23 212 23 212 - 21 968 238 19 21 711 140 748 625 112 140 011 145 033 1 568 24 143 441 155 685 3 108 30 152 547 .. .34 374 625 219 . fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics. . . 68 778 17 756 50 136 886 165 354 33 787 130 893 674 172 242 35 318 136 062 862 523 116 180 959 342 157 - 1 155 863 733 917 421 946 - 1 143 415 722 742 420 673 - 1 223 474 796 887 426 587 - .245 JAPAN Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production 106 475 108 363 90 146 89 203 165 667 159 411 149 324 148 898 + From other sources + Imports . 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.. .24 574 ....... .. . ... .. Losses Final consumption Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. .217 356 74 323 4 541 442 . .IV.. ..122 088 Total consumption 270 430 760 578 1 019 988 2 286 193 4 085 208 4 069 740 4 286 844 4 847 080 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 93 198 93 198 - 453 832 453 832 - 725 091 725 091 - 1 555 133 1 531 630 17 334 6 169 - 2 426 972 2 316 993 93 385 16 594 - 2 425 387 2 309 067 100 040 16 280 - 2 528 003 2 407 228 103 685 17 090 - .. . . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .. ..24 370 180 555 1 969 965 ... .. ...

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) JAPAN 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 - - - - - - Total imports - - - - - - 2010 2011e Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules Australia United States Other OECD 17 423 788 18 211 18 548 779 19 327 19 029 339 481 19 849 679 313 30 725 710 038 723 305 30 389 753 694 742 065 13 226 18 748 774 039 Algeria Brunei Egypt Equatorial Guinea Indonesia Libya Malaysia Nigeria Oman Peru Qatar Trinidad and Tobago United Arab Emirates Yemen Other Non-OECD 84 8 376 1 882 17 828 17 583 326 3 896 11 206 228 7 123 6 069 74 601 8 317 763 412 18 102 20 464 1 059 3 725 10 809 155 7 118 167 8 369 79 460 157 8 646 1 192 2 973 11 068 21 176 4 672 5 918 1 053 20 021 367 7 893 506 10 881 96 523 3 256 326 575 73 371 695 097 685 524 12 723 151 885 436 892 8 889 277 712 236 608 2 908 532 324 325 29 761 16 077 705 931 798 035 41 288 145 277 421 505 6 061 277 595 6 495 326 353 3 098 703 6 135 337 173 46 476 115 936 431 613 825 793 182 207 230 784 41 069 780 763 14 319 307 808 19 747 424 331 3 764 154 Non-specified - - 83 - - 3 249 Total imports 92 812 98 787 116 455 3 618 570 3 852 397 4 541 442 Source: Annual Gas Statistics.IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .246 .

INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .247 JAPAN 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 17 423 788 18 211 18 548 779 19 327 19 029 481 339 19 849 679 313 30 725 710 038 723 305 30 389 753 694 742 065 18 748 13 226 774 039 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 84 8 376 1 882 17 828 17 583 326 3 896 11 206 6 069 228 7 123 74 601 8 317 763 412 18 102 20 464 1 059 3 725 10 809 8 369 155 7 118 167 79 460 157 8 646 1 192 2 973 11 068 21 176 4 672 5 918 20 021 10 881 367 7 893 506 1 053 96 523 3 256 326 575 73 371 695 097 685 524 12 723 151 885 436 892 236 608 8 889 277 712 2 908 532 324 325 29 761 16 077 705 931 798 035 41 288 145 277 421 505 326 353 6 061 277 595 6 495 3 098 703 6 135 337 173 46 476 115 936 431 613 825 793 182 207 230 784 780 763 424 331 14 319 307 808 19 747 41 069 3 764 154 Non-specified - - 83 - - 3 249 Total imports 92 812 98 787 116 455 3 618 570 3 852 397 4 541 442 Memo: Total OPEC 18 739 18 986 32 743 730 583 740 388 1 276 913 2010 2011e Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules 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 - - - - - - Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .578 345 9 121 4 543 5 121 332 10 039 .476 8 591 4 178 4 162 245 8 935 .654 .377 136 7 822 3 903 4 280 309 8 846 .248 .Exports + Stock changes .462 7 291 3 217 3 871 270 7 538 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) JAPAN Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .193 7 846 3 871 4 026 267 7 514 12 .155 .983 2 600 -11 316 .16 7 561 3 591 4 178 249 7 850 16 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .218 380 7 607 4 014 4 232 275 6 678 638 189 7 402 4 232 3 594 297 7 253 .654 9 742 4 604 4 718 240 10 565 .977 271 192 154 799 126 605 11 006 281 963 -25 525 -18 305 285 749 126 605 152 130 11 745 293 974 -6 028 -7 788 307 479 152 130 158 158 11 615 293 038 461 -12 023 317 137 158 158 157 697 11 180 309 963 -8 500 14 505 298 138 157 697 166 197 11 963 260 435 24 895 7 055 290 238 166 197 141 302 12 920 282 859 -10 477 -27 776 313 078 141 302 151 779 15 225 355 671 -35 879 -18 204 353 221 151 779 187 658 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 15 791 327 474 13 866 -17 738 374 869 187 658 173 792 14 616 329 268 -1 139 .IV.91 8 913 4 471 4 604 231 8 971 .797 .290 .381 .479 273 8 998 4 458 4 937 283 7 730 835 864 7 984 4 937 4 102 248 6 709 511 462 7 006 4 102 3 591 248 7 884 .127 -1 011 11 255 5 121 5 248 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 15 704 321 897 8 248 3 626 342 223 180 050 171 802 14 529 286 721 17 514 17 286 301 478 171 802 154 288 14 921 316 048 -14 868 -18 054 334 155 154 288 169 156 12 267 287 540 14 357 16 328 297 836 169 156 154 799 10 875 231 146 28 194 .Exports + Stock changes .114 .784 17 483 322 127 174 695 175 479 10 223 340 071 -5 164 -4 030 349 160 175 479 180 643 10 049 349 860 -4 414 -26 055 381 550 180 643 185 057 10 440 412 024 -31 073 -5 705 397 096 185 057 216 130 10 092 366 005 22 956 29 078 369 975 216 130 193 174 10 614 336 131 14 957 22 880 338 822 193 174 178 217 11 832 381 098 -22 559 12 871 357 500 178 217 200 776 14 442 391 511 -4 926 -40 017 441 044 200 776 205 702 Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .587 .Statistical difference -44 750 8 450 -5 081 Total consumption 406 304 349 678 372 570 Opening stock level 183 119 184 102 181 502 Closing stock level 184 102 181 502 192 818 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.570 9 338 4 280 4 667 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 356 8 899 .570 9 208 4 162 4 704 248 8 459 229 751 8 185 4 704 4 475 236 7 309 572 834 7 283 4 475 3 903 277 8 058 .301 8 094 4 026 4 014 257 7 948 .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-09 361 8 254 212 102 8 725 4 589 4 377 334 7 352 450 452 7 684 4 377 3 927 343 8 104 .18 6 918 3 940 3 217 253 7 230 .133 .Exports + Stock changes .28 3 8 748 4 430 4 458 355 9 395 .325 343 070 173 792 174 931 15 443 366 394 -18 705 10 176 352 956 174 931 193 636 12 311 301 461 32 582 33 280 313 074 193 636 161 054 10 788 261 644 19 958 17 612 274 778 161 054 141 096 10 788 307 470 -22 904 -1 053 296 407 141 096 164 000 10 832 306 142 623 -19 051 336 648 164 000 163 377 10 658 348 455 -21 155 -22 707 360 665 163 377 184 532 10 788 329 892 8 890 28 836 320 734 184 532 175 642 10 266 285 043 22 305 32 064 285 550 175 642 153 337 12 050 314 254 -14 724 4 788 306 792 153 337 168 061 13 442 344 984 -15 058 -22 793 366 161 168 061 183 119 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 15 486 13 703 14 399 + Imports 347 051 341 825 364 406 .20 461 8 219 4 451 4 471 235 8 720 .445 9 561 4 786 4 430 336 8 443 .387 .120 9 505 4 626 4 916 265 8 413 465 822 8 321 4 916 4 451 245 8 455 .26 -1 133 10 362 4 667 4 693 315 8 765 67 230 8 917 4 693 4 626 331 9 344 .459 9 007 3 864 4 786 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 363 8 397 356 .542 .454 8 520 3 927 4 308 282 7 373 368 426 7 597 4 308 3 940 250 5 927 723 .270 .922 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 11 528 328 100 18 123 31 528 326 223 192 818 174 695 10 658 329 736 .Exports + Stock changes . Totals may not add up due to rounding.133 10 141 4 718 5 515 232 9 385 589 760 9 446 5 515 4 926 244 8 619 383 600 8 646 4 926 4 543 272 9 772 .705 7 985 3 594 3 864 350 9 120 .

NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .249 JAPAN Graph 3 . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .exports) Mcm Mcm 12000 400 350 10000 300 8000 250 200 6000 150 4000 100 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 0 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 Jan-11 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Jan-09 0 Jan-09 2000 50 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 12000 1000 800 10000 600 400 8000 200 0 6000 -200 -400 4000 -600 -800 2000 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 -1200 Jan-09 -1000 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.IV.

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Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3.IV. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5.251 KOREA Tables 1.

IV.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 22 Mtoe) (TPES: 258 Mtoe) Oil (36. electricity & heat.2%) Coal (37. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries. solar.252 .2%) .5%) Note: Other includes geothermal.0%) Nuclear (15. biofuels & waste.7%) Hydro (0.5%) Hydro (0.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 300 250 Mtoe 200 150 100 50 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .2%) Other (1.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) KOREA Graph 1 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (16. wind.0%) Oil (61.8%) Coal (31.

..46 18. . electricity and heat.68 55.14 .80 . 0.98 0.27 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 17.08 93.55 2..16 15.64 8.57 14.....51 5.. 18. 54..26 .41 15.57 11.99 e 0.90 6..39 6.03 250.35 1.83 24.72 49.20 149.04 4.09 24. 6. 3..86 6.80 43.56 11.. 41. .94 ..70 90.44 20. 3.. Other: nuclear.41 29.38 .79 76.56 . 9.24 .73 9.41 0. 45.01 38.84 39..60 64.90 27...14 .25 46.47 e .. .97 13.51 0.50 8.01 4.51 34.12 e . .79 .... geothermal...75 .17 11. 1.25 0.99 0.46 .54 1.57 1. 6. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 3.59 41.14 29..39 5.82 0..14 .02 49.01 5.05 21.56 .. 2.01 242. . .92 9.76 .91 1.57 .67 43. .74 2.13 9.10.35 18. solar.82 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 7.65 13. 8.54 45.47 115.78 45.. ..88 1.. .. 24.85 2.09 2.26 2. 73.33 .45 5. 6. 10.26 .07 144.. 3. hydro..08 22.92 ..79 . Other: nuclear..82 64.77 . 8.67 .45 e . electricity and heat. .97 5.15 .00 5. .02 4.96 43.5.. 5.86 21.72 8.40 14.. . 3. 6. .. 30.62 .28 0.02 0.35 0..18 8.45 0. geothermal.80 257.82 .02 .. ..68 44.0..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ..59 4.33 43.. 26.44 .. 0.92 0.08 . 0..37 6.66 3.07 1.34 8. hydro. 0....37 5.92 8.31 0.89 19. 1. 6..21 3. Other: nuclear.48 0.10 31.34 2..02 28. 3.4.17 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 14. .97 17. 3.49 1.. 6.18 41.20 79.74 147.49 .01 .49 0.61 0.78 79.28 62. .85 17. 45.56 .. 15.18 31.54 7. .49 1.95 25.49 .81 41.03 14. geothermal.55 .15 e 0.20 1.39 0..9..42 . 0.. 6.51 15..58 11.16 Indigenous production Natural gas Oil Coal 1 Other Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 21.... 44.41 12.02 6.69 2.08 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 26..46 7.59 9.08 . .76 13.94 0.02 3..04 8..42 30.21 ..73 25. .07 17.93 ...03 0..01 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 7.29 21.05 5...47 .69 1.45 0.62 17.52 4.99 25.05 10. 5.79 .67 4. 4.66 11.33 13.54 .20 ..11 73. 0.53 18.68 4. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.26 0. 13.76 9..70 8.66 .13 0. 4.12 .. .70 .93 3.94 2.39 0.24 .86 3. 54.47 9.37 e 3.92 0.70 0.70 .69 0.26 114.. 3.94 2.75 .37 7.62 92. 0.92 8.46 e 1. biofuels & waste.19 . 27.39 5.40 0.28 40. .20 17. Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1..00 0.. . 10. 5.89 11.48 . 6.93 0.73 e 0.. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .28 154.86 104.75 106.61 .93 9. . ... 15.74 0.78 ...64 41.72 .46 22. .93 2.86 7. .63 42. . biofuels & waste.67 95... .5... 2.63 12.03 .29 .33 .55 19.02 8.84 42. .02 150.22 0.02 281.74 6.01 .95 0.16 42.49 .91 0.75 ..31 8.01 44.24 6.67 5.84 e 1.07 52. 1.. 6.27 .60 11...53 30.69 23.75 39.57 5....12 11.. 0.82 18.85 8.26 7.. solar.00 77. 9.07 28.70 229..08 0.. .43 42. 44.82 157.96 42. hydro. .61 3. .63 2.. 6.36 81.50 .61 18.87 9.79 .02 266.253 KOREA Table 1: Total primary energy supply by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-11 90-11 6. Includes all non-energy use..70 ..80 3.12 79.60 72.87 43.11 1.59 83...97 . .46 12.80 .05 16. .05 1.56 15.64 e 1.47 18. biofuels & waste. 9.65 e 0.76 8.50 8.30 e 0.57 8. .13 26. .19 .95 .00 5.58 14. ..86 8.74 ..32 91.98 14..01 .58 15.12 6.34 e 0.11 1980 8.59 3.07 5. 13.83 44.40 .98 160..92 6..74 5. 10. 2.12 .01 0.10.1. 7.38 .29 3. . .17 9. 14.37 .. 13. 10. 11.89 6. . 14. solar..11 9.IV.

. Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - - - - - ... Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - - 799 799 - 999 999 - 1 145 1 145 - . ...853 1 282 Total consumption - - - 3 042 35 831 34 413 43 201 45 710 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 - - - 2 274 2 274 - 15 964 11 704 36 3 686 467 71 - 13 834 10 014 37 3 276 417 90 - 20 142 15 002 23 4 504 464 149 - .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) KOREA Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - - 217 501 542 452 + From other sources + Imports . ...254 ... Final consumption - - - 752 19 642 20 226 22 785 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .. . .IV.. . . Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - 16 16 225 225 353 65 288 274 274 .. .... ... fishing) Non-specified - - - 671 152 e 519 e - 12 730 3 522 9 202 6 - 12 941 3 710 9 227 4 - 13 952 3 945 10 002 5 - . ... . ...97 250 33 719 1 175 1 232 408 43 852 .. . . . . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. . Totals may not add up due to rounding. . .Exports + Stock changes . .. Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl. . . . . .Statistical difference - - - 2 992 50 - 225 37 217 .... .... . Losses - - - - - - - . . .... ...... . Source: Annual Gas Statistics... ... .1 925 . ... . .1 219 382 561 46 832 . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - 81 81 e 6 113 1 478 1 106 165 462 576 721 470 192 44 442 457 6 286 1 535 1 171 198 495 552 598 503 232 62 438 502 7 688 1 790 1 671 183 504 669 693 587 302 53 528 708 ... . .

... .. . .IV.. . ..255 KOREA Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e Indigenous production - - - - 9 058 20 869 22 579 18 860 + From other sources + Imports . ... Losses - - - - - - - . . ... . ..80 226 .. fishing) Non-specified - - - 530 086 146 666 383 165 255 - 539 392 154 628 384 582 182 - 580 149 164 049 415 911 189 - . . .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . .35 706 53 392 Total consumption - - - 126 775 1 492 013 1 434 354 1 796 466 1 906 747 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 - - - 94 776 94 776 - 664 736 487 340 1 511 153 500 19 440 2 945 - 576 558 417 349 1 527 136 531 17 382 3 769 - 837 632 623 884 947 187 308 19 310 6 183 - . . .1 9 391 1 551 273 ..... Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified - - - 33 251 33 251 - 41 648 41 648 - 47 603 47 603 - . Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other - - - - - - .. . .. . ..... . . .50 803 20 066 23 407 1 953 578 .... .. . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified - - - 254 556 61 562 46 055 6 885 19 246 23 980 30 031 19 590 7 980 1 812 1 18 389 19 025 262 061 63 975 48 796 8 255 20 628 23 024 24 938 20 967 9 681 2 595 1 18 271 20 930 319 695 74 438 69 502 7 594 20 978 27 819 28 801 24 420 12 555 2 187 12 21 945 29 444 ... ... . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . .. .... ..Exports + Stock changes . . .Statistical difference - - - 124 700 2 074 . .... . 3 391 3 391 e 27 933 6 319 e 21 614 e - Source: Annual Gas Statistics. ... Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl...2 517 10 428 1 405 435 48 961 51 339 16 991 1 827 765 .. Final consumption - - - 31 324 817 893 843 101 947 447 .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - 675 675 9 384 9 384 14 695 2 710 11 985 11 387 11 387 . . . ..

256 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .IV.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) KOREA 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 - - - - - - Total imports - - - - - - 2010 2011e Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Australia United States Other OECD Terajoules 1 715 1 715 1 347 226 237 1 810 961 69 605 1 635 71 495 71 495 56 124 9 430 9 888 75 442 40 072 2 888 25 224 68 184 78 692 312 1 492 4 027 7 671 230 5 943 9 106 882 243 1 328 32 004 1 027 2 288 613 7 414 6 452 1 072 5 994 81 9 933 851 337 2 133 3 847 42 042 902 595 859 10 131 5 210 1 533 5 444 898 10 519 1 911 3 618 3 577 45 197 3 240 28 839 13 005 62 235 167 864 319 718 9 578 247 703 379 540 36 755 10 114 55 349 1 333 940 42 812 95 387 25 537 309 022 268 926 44 677 249 844 3 375 413 997 35 478 14 027 88 887 160 354 1 752 323 37 618 24 801 35 826 422 607 217 352 63 949 227 086 37 479 438 806 79 735 150 928 149 207 1 885 394 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 33 719 43 852 46 832 1 405 435 1 827 765 1 953 578 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.

IV. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .257 KOREA 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 1 715 1 715 1 347 84 153 226 1 810 961 70 535 69 1 635 71 495 71 495 56 124 3 499 6 389 9 430 75 442 40 072 2 910 22 314 2 888 68 184 78 692 312 1 492 4 027 7 671 230 5 943 9 106 1 328 882 243 32 004 1 027 2 288 613 7 414 6 452 1 072 5 994 9 933 3 847 851 337 2 133 81 42 042 902 595 859 10 131 5 210 1 533 5 444 10 519 3 577 1 911 3 618 898 45 197 3 240 28 839 13 005 62 235 167 864 319 718 9 578 247 703 379 540 55 349 36 755 10 114 1 333 940 42 812 95 387 25 537 309 022 268 926 44 677 249 844 413 997 160 354 35 478 14 027 88 887 3 375 1 752 323 37 618 24 801 35 826 422 607 217 352 63 949 227 086 438 806 149 207 79 735 150 928 37 479 1 885 394 Non-specified - - - - - - Total imports 33 719 43 852 46 832 1 405 435 1 827 765 1 953 578 9 414 11 342 12 052 392 358 472 701 502 755 2010 2011e Memo: Total OPEC Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination 2009 2010 2011e 2009 Million cubic metres Terajoules 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 - - - - - - Source: Annual Gas Statistics.

17 1 919 3 383 3 427 27 1 374 442 .393 .118 .357 -9 4 564 1 785 2 142 1 5 112 .654 -7 2 359 1 700 2 354 59 3 632 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .49 4 949 2 697 2 256 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 60 4 656 833 136 5 413 2 256 1 423 61 4 279 . Totals may not add up due to rounding.984 .258 .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 59 4 123 221 93 4 310 3 436 3 215 58 3 485 .29 2 863 2 142 2 042 2 747 -1 51 2 695 2 042 2 043 3 275 .359 . Source: Monthly Gas Statistics 125 527 41 516 10 983 156 060 99 973 58 457 151 997 -30 915 316 120 766 58 457 89 372 114 018 4 211 -1 191 119 420 89 372 85 161 114 582 .141 25 2 441 3 206 3 347 31 1 737 .302 140 2 532 1 398 1 700 33 2 973 .IV.Exports + Stock changes 71 925 -14 894 -10 622 .56 2 125 112 401 85 161 85 217 136 598 -25 830 4 158 106 610 85 217 111 047 1 538 151 098 -41 083 -2 478 114 031 111 047 152 130 1 577 180 926 -47 785 5 319 129 399 152 130 199 915 2 363 138 631 13 447 1 190 153 251 199 915 186 468 2 569 223 608 5 594 -2 859 234 630 186 468 180 874 Indigenous production + Imports .741 8 2 895 1 401 2 142 2 734 100 .106 5 528 3 853 3 509 Jan-11 Feb-11 Mar-11 Apr-11 May-11 Jun-11 Jul-11 Aug-11 Sep-11 Oct-11 Nov-11 Dec-11 62 4 814 1 724 14 6 586 3 509 1 785 56 4 856 .362 98 421 70 903 98 191 2 451 151 492 -30 349 2 528 121 066 98 191 128 540 2 435 201 525 -32 168 3 797 167 995 128 540 160 708 2 327 209 472 14 326 -4 458 230 583 160 708 146 382 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 2 587 2 324 27 + Imports 200 795 202 558 213 209 .Exports + Stock changes .Exports + Stock changes .255 -7 4 865 2 142 2 397 3 009 996 264 3 741 2 397 1 401 3 644 .772 90 4 027 3 081 3 853 56 5 022 344 .97 2 522 1 446 1 398 36 2 938 .44 .58 2 734 2 663 3 647 38 4 336 -1 145 127 3 102 3 647 4 792 57 3 323 322 28 3 674 4 792 4 470 62 5 360 134 .69 5 625 4 470 4 336 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 2 463 171 981 9 228 3 890 179 782 143 326 134 098 2 408 145 394 -3 502 2 025 142 275 134 098 137 600 2 431 136 252 3 844 2 549 139 978 137 600 133 756 2 051 106 740 -5 882 1 071 101 838 133 756 139 638 1 281 72 501 -1 465 .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) KOREA Table 8a: Monthly natural gas supply in million cubic metres Indigenous production + Imports .757 80 033 141 103 142 965 1 132 57 290 18 441 -4 651 81 514 142 965 124 524 1 814 65 581 15 337 3 414 79 318 124 524 109 187 315 68 899 24 651 4 544 89 321 109 187 84 536 2 350 132 889 -38 293 1 721 95 225 84 536 122 829 1 133 142 537 10 311 830 153 151 122 829 112 518 2 354 183 657 18 407 -2 030 206 448 112 518 94 111 Jan-10 Feb-10 Mar-10 Apr-10 May-10 Jun-10 Jul-10 Aug-10 Sep-10 Oct-10 Nov-10 Dec-10 2 501 194 217 34 743 5 642 225 819 94 111 59 368 2 545 178 445 -4 926 -2 298 178 362 59 368 64 294 2 135 192 253 -14 969 -7 307 186 726 64 294 79 263 1 589 119 780 30 042 718 150 693 79 263 49 221 1 653 118 527 1 430 13 651 107 959 49 221 47 791 859 107 569 -12 536 -6 699 102 591 47 791 60 327 1 197 97 935 2 001 -4 074 105 207 60 327 58 326 1 501 122 522 -12 577 5 828 105 618 58 326 70 903 1 386 123 961 -27 288 .159 2 459 1 146 1 446 29 2 348 48 .21 1 753 3 347 3 383 27 1 919 .111 1 954 3 427 2 985 43 1 573 368 83 1 901 2 985 2 617 8 1 651 590 108 2 141 2 617 2 027 56 3 184 .Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level Indigenous production + Imports .Exports + Stock changes .620 99 2 556 2 043 2 663 37 3 623 .Statistical difference 590 .Exports + Stock changes .84 48 3 411 3 215 3 299 58 3 265 93 60 3 356 3 299 3 206 49 2 558 .727 62 2 902 2 354 3 081 58 4 831 .322 Total consumption 274 717 190 381 202 936 Opening stock level 146 382 74 457 89 351 Closing stock level 74 457 89 351 99 973 * Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.Statistical difference Total consumption Opening stock level Closing stock level INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .918 39 2 283 2 027 2 945 27 3 417 248 21 3 671 2 945 2 697 56 4 403 441 .300 .36 .Exports + Stock changes .176 4 476 1 541 1 900 38 2 872 720 18 3 612 1 900 1 180 40 2 841 34 327 2 588 1 180 1 146 21 2 579 .54 4 276 1 423 1 541 51 4 608 .827 73 144 139 638 141 103 1 136 80 002 -1 862 .

exports) Mcm Mcm 6000 70 60 5000 50 4000 40 3000 30 2000 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 0 Jul-09 0 Apr-09 1000 Jan-09 10 Jan-09 20 Total consumption Mcm Mcm 7000 2000 6000 1500 Oct-10 Jul-10 Apr-10 Jan-10 Oct-09 Jul-09 Apr-09 Oct-11 Jul-11 Apr-11 0 Jan-11 -1500 Oct-10 1000 Jul-10 -1000 Apr-10 2000 Jan-10 -500 Oct-09 3000 Jul-09 0 Apr-09 4000 Jan-09 500 Jan-09 5000 1000 *Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.259 KOREA Graph 3 .IV. Source: Monthly Gas Statistics INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) .Monthly natural gas supply and demand * Indigenous production Net trade (imports .

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Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6.261 LUXEMBOURG Tables 1. Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. 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. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2.IV.

0%) Note: Other includes geothermal.0%) Coal (1.5 Mtoe 3 2.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 4 Mtoe) (TPES: 4 Mtoe) Oil (60.9%) Hydro (0.6%) Natural Gas (4. electricity & heat. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (24. wind.9%) .5 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .5 4 3. solar.262 .4%) Coal (54.IV.1%) Other (13.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 5 4. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.1%) Other (4.1%) Oil (36. biofuels & waste.5 2 1.5 1 0.9%) Hydro (0.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) LUXEMBOURG Graph 1 .

Includes all non-energy use.60 2.2. 0.0..71 0. ..77 7.67 0. 0..15 0...69 1.6.00 0...32 0.22 1..23 .56 ..44 0.17 1..17 4.28 0.. .02 0...00 0..25 0.05 .30 0.08 0.76 0.05 0.86 0... Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 0.08 . Other: nuclear.11 2.03 0. 0..73 Total industry3 Natural gas Oil Coal 2 Other 2.59 0. 4.17 0.8.. 0.05 0. geothermal. hydro. 2. 0..05 2.60 0.09 0.47 3.11 . 0.51 0.00 0. 0. 0.36 0.08 0.09 0. 0.08 .77 0.50 0.. ..01 0.00 0...69 2.35 0.30 0.00 0.51 0.00 0.08 0.03 0.29 0.11 0.0..76 0.08 .44 0. . . 0.. .07 2. 0.07 0.75 0.08 0.22 0.26 2.23 .03 0.66 2.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) ..75 .01 . .43 1.24 3.75 .11.44 0.19 . 7.01 1.26 4.00 0.15 0.65 0. 0.22 .79 1.45 3.95 1. .10.64 1.06 ..93 0..23 .02 0.07 4.1.. . .65 .IV.28 0.54 0.55 0. electricity and heat.07 .55 0.08 .32 0.03 0.07 0.21 1.27 3.68 0.56 0. 6.14 0. .66 2.11 .13 0.07 0.49 4.07 .04 0...05 0.12 . .36 2.10.00 0. . biofuels & waste..43 0.02 0.05 .53 4.. . . 0.65 0.6.98 0. 0.02 0.13 . . ..15 1.22 1.15 .23 0. biofuels & waste.04 0.17 4..03 0..04 0. .85 3. .25 0.22 2.32 .87 .63 . .02 0.20 .41 2.01 .2.28 0..31 0. .10.67 4.26 2. 0.29 0. 0.00 0.00 .55 0.87 0.11 0. . .9.47 .62 1.50 1. .32 0.11 0.56 1. .53 0.64 2.24 1.08 0.. ..58 0.18 6.33 0.06 0.36 0. 8. solar.23 1.18 .82 ..35 . 0.94 0.43 0. 0.16 0.80 0.. 1. 1... .80 0.2..00 0.48 0.0.51 ..50 0.03 0.46 0.18 3...30 0. 0. ..53 .. 9.. ..04 1.68 .21 0..11 . hydro..56 1. 0. ..62 2.03 ...43 0. 2.80 0.88 5.64 1..13 0. 0.21 1.20 2.12. .34 Exports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 0..27 0....11 0.15 Total consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 4.54 .11 2.00 0. .0.06 2.. .88 . 0.02 0.40 3.94 Final consumption Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Total transport Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 2.00 .68 0. .75 .11.01 0. 0.41 . 6. hydro.55 Inputs to electricity and heat generation Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 1. 0. 6.04 0.31 0.12 4.06 0. .13 . 0. .26 3.44 0.52 4.2.13 0.04 0.00 1.01 0.11 9.56 0. .26 .07 0.43 1.82 3.54 ..9.27 0. ..56 4. .10 .65 3.17 1.85 Total other Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 of which: Residential Natural gas Oil Coal Other2 0.01 2. .01 .18 1.60 0.84 0.11 0.44 4.37 3.09 0.37 0.52 .51 0..48 1.42 6. geothermal.18 0.15 0.65 .19 0.00 0.9. Other: nuclear.12 . biofuels & waste.61 0.92 0..89 0. 0.03 0.02 0..04 .42 1. solar.03 2. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries..28 .23 ...41 0...14 0..79 1. 3.14 0.01 .27 .. 0...44 3.9.20 0.20 1.57 0.47 0..07 0..94 4.36 0.03 2.51 1.08 0.36 1.14 0.68 ..05 2.04 0. 0..42 1.14 1..94 0.75 Imports Natural gas Oil Coal Other1 4.64 1. 3.43 .42 0. 0. 12.. electricity and heat. . .03 0.20 0.27 0.30 0.51 0.07 0.29 0.88 4. . 0.15 1.82 0..19 0.263 LUXEMBOURG 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 0. 3.18 0. ...38 .19 .04 0.43 .61 .20 5.00 .06 . .33 0.57 0.42 1. . 0. 6.03 0. 0.. . .56 .68 1....85 5.52 0. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .08 0. .42 1. 0.71 . . solar..68 2.89 1..30 . .67 22...12. . 2.07 0.....20 2.03 .. Other: nuclear..49 0.96 0.66 0.26 2..24 0.68 5.64 2. .25 .02 .31 2.. geothermal.

.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) LUXEMBOURG Table 3A: Natural gas supply and consumption Million cubic metres 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e - - - - - - - - + From other sources + Imports . Losses - - - - - - - . . 50 50 - 121 121 - 149 149 - 162 162 - 407 177 230 - 395 171 224 - 406 182 224 - .... .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - - - - . .... .......264 . . Final consumption 234 424 474 482 754 703 771 . ..IV.. . ... .Statistical difference 289 - 601 - 562 - 493 - 1 255 - 1 269 - 1 364 - 1 183 - Total consumption 289 601 562 493 1 255 1 269 1 364 1 183 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 55 55 - 177 177 - 88 88 - 11 11 - 501 367 49 84 1 - 566 452 48 65 1 - 593 593 . .. .. . paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 184 165 19 303 296 7 325 310 15 320 184 136 347 225 7 c 85 1 1 3 1 23 1 308 187 4 c 87 1 2 3 1 22 1 365 237 4 c 94 1 2 2 1 23 1 . Indigenous production 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.... . ... - - - - - - - . . Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp. . .. ...Exports + Stock changes . . . . .... . .... . . . Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. . .. .. .. . . - - - - - - - . .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .

.. fishing) Non-specified Non-energy use (industry) Petrochemical feedstocks Other Source: Annual Gas Statistics.. Indigenous production Transport Road Pipelines Non-specified Other Commerce and public Residential Agriculture (incl... . . .. .. .. INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . ....265 LUXEMBOURG Table 3B: Natural gas supply and consumption Terajoules 1973 1978 1980 1990 2008 2009 2010 2011e - - - - - - - - + From other sources + Imports .. Industry Iron and steel Chemical Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Pulp..... - - - - - - - ... ... . . .Exports + Stock changes .. .. .. ... . .. . .. ... .. . Losses - - - - - - - . ...... . . . - - - - - - - . .. .. . .. Energy industry own use Coal mines Oil and gas extraction Gas inputs to oil refineries Coke ovens Gas works Other energy - - - - - - - . Final consumption 8 244 14 913 16 630 19 533 30 632 28 680 31 436 ... ... paper and printing Wood and wood products Construction Textiles and leather Non-specified 6 486 5 820 666 10 655 10 421 234 11 430 10 886 544 12 989 7 467 5 522 14 121 9 137 300 c 3 443 13 27 14 50 106 7 34 931 59 12 579 7 614 179 c 3 553 11 27 15 68 105 7 51 902 47 14 881 9 672 170 c 3 840 8 29 12 62 73 7 42 923 43 .IV.. . .. . 1 758 1 758 - 4 258 4 258 - 5 200 5 200 - 6 544 6 544 - 16 511 7 169 9 341 1 - 16 101 6 962 9 138 1 - 16 555 7 413 9 140 2 - .1 Total consumption 10 170 21 130 19 741 19 981 50 857 51 752 55 665 48 021 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 1 926 1 926 - 6 217 6 217 - 3 111 3 111 - 448 448 - 20 225 14 799 1 998 3 391 37 - 23 072 18 424 1 966 2 636 46 - 24 229 24 229 ..Statistical difference 10 170 - 21 131 1 19 741 - 19 981 - 50 857 - 51 752 - 55 665 - 48 020 ..NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . . . . .

266 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY .NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) LUXEMBOURG 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 157 15 657 829 169 16 707 892 147 14 613 774 6 417 621 26 808 33 846 6 902 668 28 834 36 404 5 955 576 24 872 31 403 Algeria Azerbaijan Islamic Republic of Iran Russian Federation Other Non-OECD 305 305 327 327 284 284 12 420 12 420 13 360 13 360 11 525 11 525 Non-specified 135 145 125 5 486 5 901 5 092 Total imports 1 269 1 364 1 183 51 752 55 665 48 020 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.IV.

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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

157
15
657
829

169
16
707
892

147
14
613
774

6 417
621
26 808
33 846

6 902
668
28 834
36 404

5 955
576
24 872
31 403

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

305
305

327
327

284
284

12 420
12 420

13 360
13 360

11 525
11 525

Non-specified

135

145

125

5 486

5 901

5 092

Total imports

1 269

1 364

1 183

51 752

55 665

48 020

-

-

-

-

-

-

2010

2011e

Memo: Total OPEC

Table 7: Natural gas exports by country of destination
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres

Terajoules

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

155
155
-

125
125
-

121
121
-

92
-1
93
-

86
-1
87
-

70
70
-

84
-1
85
-

77
77
-

92
92
-

114
-1
115
-

118
118
-

129
-1
130
-

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

157
157
-

138
138
-

134
134
-

109
109
-

92
92
-

87
87
-

84
84
-

77
77
-

91
91
-

117
117
-

123
123
-

157
157
-

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

148
148
-

132
132
-

128
-1
129
-

97
97
-

90
90
-

87
87
-

83
83
-

46
46
-

51
51
-

74
74
-

120
120
-

127
1
126
-

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

6 329
6 329
-

5 113
5 113
-

4 938
4 938
-

3 826
-1
3 827
-

3 607
3 607
-

2 866
-1
2 867
-

3 476
3 476
-

3 134
1
3 133
-

3 788
3 788
-

4 691
-1
4 692
-

4 737
1
4 736
-

5 247
-1
5 248
-

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

6 407
6 407
-

5 587
5 587
-

5 450
5 450
-

4 455
4 455
-

3 772
3 772
-

3 566
3 566
-

3 421
3 421
-

3 090
3 090
-

3 780
3 780
-

4 780
4 780
-

4 999
4 999
-

6 407
6 407
-

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
6 013
5 387
5 203
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
1
Total consumption
6 013
5 387
5 202
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

3 953
3 953
-

3 671
3 671
-

3 507
3 507
-

3 366
3 366
-

1 867
1 867
-

2 073
-1
2 074
-

3 033
3 033
-

4 851
-1
4 852
-

5 095
5 095
-

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

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)
Mcm

Mcm

1

180

0.9

160

0.8

140

0.7
120
0.6
100
0.5
80
0.4

Stock changes

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

0

Jan-10

0

Oct-09

20

Jul-09

0.1

Apr-09

40

Jan-09

0.2

Jan-09

60

0.3

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

180

1
0.9

160

0.8

140

0.7

120

0.6

100

0.5
80
0.4
60
0.3

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

0
Jul-09

0

Apr-09

20

Jan-09

0.1

Jan-09

40

0.2

*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)
200
180
160
140

Mtoe

120
100
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

0

Natural Gas

Coal

Oil

Nuclear

Hydro

Other

Graph 2 - Fuel shares in TPES
1973

2011e

(TPES: 53 Mtoe)

(TPES: 187 Mtoe)
Oil
(54.0%)

Oil
(61.8%)

Nuclear
(1.4%)
Hydro
(1.6%)

Hydro
(2.6%)
Coal
(5.1%)

Other
(7.6%)

Other
(12.1%)
Coal
(3.5%)

Natural Gas
(20.0%)

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

47.28
10.54
27.49
1.52
7.74

147.03
21.55
114.64
1.73
9.12

194.65
22.75
152.76
3.39
15.76

201.56
23.67
155.29
4.32
18.27

220.03
38.40
157.15
5.06
19.42

226.36
41.90
160.62
4.84
19.00

227.70
42.19
159.53
5.99
19.99

4.22
3.72
4.74
3.68
2.53

0.75
2.98
0.21
2.75
1.14

Imports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

7.39
..
7.10
0.27
0.03

1.65
..
0.95
0.65
0.05

5.65
0.37
4.99
0.24
0.05

8.48
1.46
6.18
0.74
0.10

38.71
10.77
24.94
2.97
0.03

46.83
12.43
30.39
3.97
0.03

51.14
14.87
32.33
3.88
0.05

5.22
..
4.07
7.25
1.68

11.06
19.24
9.30
14.29
0.16

Exports
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

1.42
0.05
1.37
..
..

51.00
2.42
48.53
0.05
..

75.52
..
75.35
0.01
0.17

77.35
0.19
76.99
0.00
0.17

81.05
0.59
80.36
0.00
0.11

90.52
0.74
89.67
0.00
0.12

87.94
0.21
87.62
0.01
0.11

11.47
3.94
11.56
..
..

0.73
..
0.72
- 0.74
- 1.93

52.57
10.49
32.47
1.84
7.77

95.12
19.13
64.45
2.37
9.17

122.49
23.12
80.26
3.47
15.64

129.80
24.94
81.29
5.37
18.20

174.64
48.51
99.03
7.75
19.35

178.11
53.26
97.30
8.63
18.92

186.97
56.62
100.93
9.49
19.93

3.40
4.54
3.03
4.42
2.51

2.03
4.36
1.10
4.91
1.16

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

7.13
1.61
3.95
0.05
1.53

14.84
2.84
9.77
..
2.24

27.56
3.43
15.12
1.82
7.19

35.79
5.39
16.31
3.74
10.35

53.49
23.73
10.61
7.14
12.01

54.73
25.30
10.07
7.69
11.66

..
..
..
..
..

5.66
7.74
2.56
14.56
5.64

3.49
10.51
- 2.01
7.49
2.45

Final consumption
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Total transport
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

39.74
7.26
22.18
1.37
8.92

65.92
12.84
39.69
1.61
11.79

84.11
14.16
51.21
1.56
17.19

89.21
14.23
54.94
1.84
18.20

110.10
11.80
72.50
1.09
24.71

113.45
12.74
73.86
1.63
25.22

..
..
..
..
..

2.88
1.53
3.30
0.46
2.85

1.51
- 0.53
1.85
0.22
1.94

12.41
..
12.38
..
0.03

22.80
..
22.76
..
0.04

28.53
..
28.46
..
0.07

30.50
..
30.42
..
0.08

50.47
0.01
50.37
..
0.10

51.85
0.01
51.73
..
0.10

..
..
..
..
..

3.94
..
3.94
..
3.32

3.03
..
3.03
..
1.98

Total industry3
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
2
Other

16.46
6.87
5.34
1.37
2.88

27.21
12.37
9.10
1.61
4.14

35.42
13.35
13.97
1.56
6.54

36.31
13.53
13.83
1.84
7.11

33.74
10.89
11.44
1.09
10.32

35.57
11.76
11.25
1.63
10.93

..
..
..
..
..

2.10
1.46
2.03
0.46
3.67

0.02
- 0.63
- 1.08
0.22
2.60

Total other
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2
of which:
Residential
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other2

10.87
0.39
4.47
..
6.01

15.91
0.47
7.82
..
7.62

20.16
0.81
8.78
..
10.57

22.39
0.70
10.70
..
11.00

25.88
0.90
10.70
..
14.29

26.03
0.97
10.87
..
14.19

..
..
..
..
..

2.39
2.49
2.43
..
2.35

1.29
0.88
1.08
..
1.48

8.59
0.39
2.58
..
5.63

11.16
0.47
4.49
..
6.20

15.75
0.81
6.57
..
8.37

17.32
0.52
7.67
..
9.13

17.69
0.69
6.45
..
10.55

17.84
0.74
6.59
..
10.52

..
..
..
..
..

1.99
1.74
2.57
..
1.71

0.63
- 0.47
0.01
..
1.15

Inputs to electricity and heat
generation
Natural gas
Oil
Coal
Other1

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

12 428

17 329

25 479

25 579

47 180

47 994

50 168

49 076

57
-

-

2 861
- 1

441
24

791
13 864
1 112
232
661

761
12 989
687
- 81
534

764
15 070
860
- 395
6

783
18 080
250
- 266
474

12 371

17 329

22 619

25 996

60 294

60 442

64 741

66 949

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

1 893
1 893
-

2 584
2 584
-

3 354
3 354
-

3 858
3 858
-

28 962
25 359
3 603
-

29 466
25 937
3 529
-

30 394
27 009
3 385
-

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use
Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

1 915
1 915
-

2 517
2 517
-

4 088
4 088
-

6 216
6 216
-

15 972
12 783
3 189
-

16 320
13 208
3 112
-

19 041
15 550
3 491
-

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

..

Final consumption

8 563

12 228

15 177

15 922

15 360

14 656

15 306

..

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

7 505
1 252
2 077
16
702
78
338
35
212
2 795

9 876
1 790
3 891
18
983
106
368
44
302
2 374

12 359
1 888
4 719
21
1 148
134
374
52
362
3 661

12 171
2 155
5 907
43
832
47
457
140
383
2 207

10 608
3 445
2 077
29
1 320
55
834
291
701
1 856

10 239
2 705
1 911
28
1 356
55
806
289
774
2 315

10 827
2 325
2 493
43
1 239
46
857
337
826
2 661

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

-

-

-

-

17
17
-

16
16
-

14
14
-

..
..
..
..

Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified

458
458
-

497
497
-

558
558
-

911
911
-

1 167
262
905
-

1 112
255
857
-

1 160
275
885
-

..
..
..
..
..

Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other

600
600
-

1 855
1 855
-

2 260
2 260
-

2 840
2 840
-

3 568
3 568
-

3 289
3 289
-

3 305
3 305
-

..
..
..

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

490 563

681 091

1 002 752

1 058 653

1 774 732

1 786 656

1 949 685

1 963 125

2 240
1

-

112 541
- 1

17 191
- 65

29 754
537 743
41 544
9 134
26 033

28 330
501 323
27 336
- 3 206
20 991

29 701
578 624
34 234
- 15 546
222

31 321
691 868
9 728
- 10 626
- 230 483

488 322

681 091

890 212

1 075 909

2 283 786

2 264 776

2 508 008

2 896 443

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

74 739
74 739
-

101 577
101 577
-

132 000
132 000
-

159 666
159 666
-

1 097 019
960 534
136 485
-

1 104 105
971 861
132 244
-

1 177 440
1 046 318
131 122
-

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

Energy industry own use
Coal mines
Oil and gas extraction
Gas inputs to oil refineries
Coke ovens
Gas works
Other energy

75 584
75 584
-

98 938
98 938
-

160 908
160 908
-

257 317
257 317
-

604 956
484 165
120 791
-

611 504
494 905
116 599
-

737 634
602 399
135 235
-

..
..
..
..
..
..
..

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

..

Final consumption

337 999

480 576

597 304

658 926

581 811

549 167

592 934

..

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

296 210
49 423
82 016
637
27 701
3 084
13 324
1 367
8 350
110 308

388 102
70 351
152 902
702
38 643
4 149
14 453
1 721
11 881
93 300

486 475
74 302
185 734
836
45 177
5 292
14 739
2 063
14 232
144 100

503 692
89 200
244 488
1 783
34 432
1 939
18 896
5 777
15 851
91 326

401 802
130 488
78 671
1 098
49 998
2 083
31 590
11 022
26 552
70 300

383 663
101 350
71 591
1 065
50 810
2 076
30 186
10 845
28 989
86 751

419 417
90 074
96 595
1 659
48 000
1 778
33 185
13 037
32 000
103 089

..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..

-

-

-

-

651
651
-

591
591
-

546
546
-

..
..
..
..

Other
Commerce and public
Residential
Agriculture (incl. fishing)
Non-specified

18 121
18 121
-

19 548
19 548
-

21 876
21 876
-

37 690
37 690
-

44 221
9 937
34 284
-

41 665
9 560
32 105
-

44 945
10 653
34 292
-

..
..
..
..
..

Non-energy use (industry)
Petrochemical feedstocks
Other

23 668
23 668
-

72 926
72 926
-

88 953
88 953
-

117 544
117 544
-

135 137
135 137
-

123 248
123 248
-

128 026
128 026
-

..
..
..

Indigenous production
+ From other sources
+ Imports
- Exports
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
Total consumption

Losses

Transport
Road
Pipelines
Non-specified

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

9 359
9 359

9 829
9 829

14 017
14 017

361 233
361 233

377 384
377 384

536 389
536 389

Algeria
Azerbaijan
Islamic Republic of Iran
Russian Federation
Other
Non-OECD

-

-

-

-

-

-

Non-specified

-

-

-

-

-

-

Total imports

9 359

9 829

14 017

361 233

377 384

536 389

2010

2011e

Table 5: LNG imports by country of origin
2009

2010

2011e

2009

Million cubic metres
Australia
United States
Other
OECD

Terajoules

88
88

-

-

3 384
3 384

-

-

454
2 705
133
87
91
72
3 542

183
891
3 166
264
674
63
5 241

264
1 152
651
1 715
281
4 063

17 516
104 421
5 135
3 344
3 627
2 663
136 706

7 024
34 219
121 567
10 167
25 862
2 401
201 240

10 102
44 084
24 912
65 628
10 753
155 479

Non-specified

-

-

-

-

-

-

Total imports

3 630

5 241

4 063

140 090

201 240

155 479

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

88
9 359
9 447

9 829
9 829

14 017
14 017

3 384
361 233
364 617

377 384
377 384

536 389
536 389

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

454
2 705
133
87
91
72
3 542

183
891
3 166
674
63
264
5 241

264
1 152
1 715
281
651
4 063

17 516
104 421
5 135
3 344
3 627
2 663
136 706

7 024
34 219
121 567
25 862
2 401
10 167
201 240

10 102
44 084
65 628
10 753
24 912
155 479

Non-specified

-

-

-

-

-

-

Total imports

12 989

15 070

18 080

501 323

578 624

691 868

2 838

3 840

2 867

109 556

147 429

109 712

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

687
687

860
860

Terajoules
250
250

27 336
27 336

34 234
34 234

9 728
9 728

-

-

-

-

-

-

687

860

250

27 336

34 234

9 728

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

4 985
885
149
732
4 989
-

4 513
858
11
843
4 517
-

5 079
844
2
840
5 081
-

4 883
945
172
763
4 893
-

5 051
1 054
36
1 002
5 067
-

4 902
1 063
36
1 008
4 921
-

5 087
1 096
66
1 023
5 094
-

5 115
1 038
41
994
5 118
-

5 524
962
15
1 578
4 893
-

5 095
1 061
64
996
5 096
-

4 926
1 008
10
996
4 928
-

5 195
1 029
86
938
5 200
-

Jan-10

Feb-10

Mar-10

Apr-10

May-10

Jun-10

Jul-10

Aug-10

Sep-10

Oct-10

Nov-10

Dec-10

5 101
1 161
34
810
5 418
-

4 708
1 055
19
832
4 912
-

5 125
1 205
71
836
5 423
-

5 014
1 016
18
796
5 216
-

5 008
965
1
620
5 352
-

4 732
1 214
1
829
5 116
-

5 378
1 357
1
748
5 986
-

5 450
1 268
1
1 491
5 226
-

4 593
1 239
30
744
5 058
-

4 616
1 247
10
711
5 142
-

4 517
1 312
18
5 811
-

4 825
1 554
14
287
6 078
-

Jan-11

Feb-11

Mar-11

Apr-11

May-11

Jun-11

Jul-11

Aug-11

Sep-11

Oct-11

Nov-11

Dec-11

4 824
1 245
- 151
6 220
-

4 375
1 043
1
- 199
5 616
-

4 530
1 150
2
- 398
6 076
-

4 521
1 242
2
328
5 433
-

4 673
1 313
1
397
5 588
-

4 515
1 310
1
403
5 421
-

4 679
1 421
1
554
5 545
-

4 675
1 125
1
255
5 544
-

4 397
870
1
- 19
5 285
-

4 670
1 056
1
234
5 491
-

4 554
1 156
1
420
5 289
-

4 693
1 022
1
270
5 444
-

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

210 617
34 129
5 938
27 997
210 811
-

190 709
32 683
442
32 109
190 841
-

214 598
32 518
99
32 327
214 690
-

206 308
36 888
6 826
29 611
206 759
-

213 419
40 780
1 423
38 672
214 104
-

207 133
40 784
1 438
38 534
207 945
-

214 962
42 373
2 630
39 462
215 243
-

216 129
39 942
1 633
38 193
216 245
-

233 415
36 934
594
63 027
206 728
-

215 295
41 080
2 540
38 497
215 338
-

208 129
38 954
400
38 440
208 243
-

219 491
39 400
3 402
35 769
219 720
-

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

215 522
44 465
1 344
47 786
210 857
-

198 946
40 327
754
49 044
189 475
-

216 568
46 195
2 836
48 842
211 085
-

211 852
38 889
729
47 702
202 310
-

211 624
37 027
36
40 531
208 084
-

199 964
46 465
17
48 322
198 090
-

227 225
52 010
24
47 527
231 684
-

230 289
48 570
19
76 100
202 740
-

194 054
47 511
1 185
44 728
195 652
-

195 046
47 815
410
43 250
199 201
-

190 875
49 614
16
16 919
223 554
-

203 884
59 476
549
27 534
235 277
-

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
203 823 184 846 191 400
+ Imports
47 636
39 920
43 966
- Exports
13
42
82
+ Stock changes
- Statistical difference
-15 329 -16 865 -25 701
Total consumption
266 775 241 589 260 985
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

191 025
47 469
62
2 770
235 662
-

197 447
50 176
58
5 353
242 212
-

190 756
50 076
49
5 617
235 166
-

197 703
54 302
58
11 517
240 430
-

197 551
43 023
58
168
240 348
-

185 803
33 307
31
-10 352
229 431
-

197 333
40 441
39
- 400
238 135
-

192 415
44 270
22
7 082
229 581
-

198 281
39 066
39
1 175
236 133
-

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Graph 3 - Monthly natural gas supply and demand *
Indigenous production

Net trade (imports - exports)
Mcm

Mcm

1800

6000

1600
5000
1400
4000

1200
1000

3000
800
2000

600
400

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

0

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

200

Total consumption
Mcm

Mcm

7000

1
0.9

6000

0.8
5000

0.7
0.6

4000

0.5
3000
0.4
0.3

2000

0.2
1000

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

0

Jan-09

0.1

*Please refer to "Sources and Notes" in the Introduction.
Source: Monthly Gas Statistics

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IV. Evolution from 1973 to 2011 of total primary energy supply by energy (in Mtoe) 2. Monthly natural gas supply (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) Graphs 1. Natural gas imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 7. Total primary energy supply by fuel (in Mtoe) 2. Natural gas supply and consumption (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 4. LNG imports by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 6.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) . Energy demand by fuel (in Mtoe) 3. Natural gas imports by pipeline by country of origin (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 5. 1973 and 2011 fuel shares in TPES (in Mtoe) 3.281 NETHERLANDS Tables 1. Monthly natural gas supply and demand (in million cubic metres) INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY . Natural gas exports by country of destination (in million cubic metres and in terajoules) 8.

5%) Coal (4. biofuels & waste.Fuel shares in TPES 1973 2011e (TPES: 62 Mtoe) (TPES: 78 Mtoe) Oil (38.2%) Natural Gas (46.3%) Coal (9.NATURAL GAS INFORMATION (2012 edition) NETHERLANDS Graph 1 . INTERNATIONAL ENERGY AGENCY Natural Gas (44. Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries.7%) Other (-0.4%) Other (6.1%) .1%) Nuclear (0. electricity & heat.0%) Note: Other includes geothermal.282 .6%) Nuclear (1. wind.IV. solar.Evolution of total primary energy supply by energy (Mtoe) 90 80 70 60 Mtoe 50 40 30 20 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 0 Natural Gas Coal Oil Nuclear Hydro Other Graph 2 .5%) Oil (49.

96 30. .28 28.95 0.06 .61 0.73 0.53 .76 3.82 22.48 . .0.96 16.12 59.08 7.61 25.16 6.38 .07 2.64 145.0..14 10.53 2.10 3. 2.89 15.14 0.14 7.86 3.64 69.76 6.96 0.04 105.24 15. 0. ..21 0.16 1. . Source: Energy Balances of OECD Countries..44 2.06 136. Table 2: Energy demand by fuel Mtoe Average annual percent change 1973 1980 1990 1995 2009 2010 2011e 73-10 90-10 12.34 0.81 12.55 15.24 150.10 21.34 1..78 5.22 2.07 1.95 7.. 0.18 0. biofuels & waste.41 1..79 0.24 0.. 7.29 71.37 0.06 0.. solar.25 78..80 23.51 .94 2.28 8.40 41.12 24.