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Why bother struggling with multiple data sources? Global Energy & CO2 Data brings you the most comprehensive and up-to-date energy database, providing data and trends for all energies by sector as well as emissions for 186 countries. This database leverages the most reputable national and international information sources.
Through an exclusive update process and recognised expertise, Enerdata provides a comprehensive set of statistics and indicators on decarbonisation, electrification, global supply, demand and prices for all energies as well as GHG emissions by sector.
World decarbonisation indices in 2021
(intensity are given at purchasing power parities)
On CO2 emissions:
On renewable energies:
On energy efficiency:
Reserves and Capacities
The full module on energy prices has spot prices in major markets as well as customer category.
1 Only available for main importing/exporting countries. Crude oil import price data not available.
This module is an essential tool for monitoring the driving forces behind evolving GHG emissions (i.e. economic and demographic growth, energy efficiency, market shares of energy products) and evaluating climate change policy achievements.
Most Recent Data
Enerdata is proud to provide the latest energy data compiled from around the world. Our strength relies on our reactivity to include the most up-to-date data available from any of more than 400 data sources. With an international network and unique information processing approach, we are constantly enhancing our market data coverage to provide you with the best quality and most timely information.
Data update status
All data is compiled according to a tested process, enhanced over the years to provide the most up-to-date information.
Primary past energy data mostly comes from the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Data is completed with statistics from regional organisations (Eurostat, Olade, ADB, OPEC, AUPTDE, etc) or specialised institutions (CEDIGAZ, EurObserv’ER, etc.), as well as from data from national sources (national statistics or data specially prepared by local correspondents from more than 100 partners in over 60 countries). Our international network of partners and independent research allows our analysts and data specialists to update and refine data in a timely manner.
The methodology and definitions used by Enerdata are the same as those used by the IEA and Eurostat.
NL Antilles & Aruba
St Vincent & Grenadines
Trinidad & Tobago
OECD Asia and Pacific
Papua New Guinea*
Central African Rep.*
Republic of the Congo
São Tomé & Principe*
United Arab Emirates*
OPEC Middle East
Soviet Union (ex-)
*Countries for which only petrol and diesel prices are available
CO2 emissions from fuel combustion (sectoral approach) for Italy, Kazakhstan and Brazil
Coal and lignite consumption for Thailand, Indonesia, Australia and Brazil
Price of electricity in Industry G (>150 000 MWh) for the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Bulgaria
An in-depth analysis of 2021 key figures, with projections related to the current context (post-pandemic rebound and energy crisis due to the war in Ukraine).