Emission of CO2 - from Manufacturing Industries and Construction (IEA)
This database contains data on the supply and consumption of coal, oil, gas, electricity, heat, combustible renewables and waste in energy balances. The figures are expressed in million tonnes of oil equivalent. Historical tables summarise key energy and economic indicators as well as production, trade, and final consumption data. This book includes definitions of products and flows. There are explanatory notes on the individual country data and conversion factors from original units to tonnes of oil equivalent. Key indicators have been provided since 1960.
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This database contains energy balances for 30 OECD countries and six regions and for 100 Non-OECD countries and 11 regions. Detailed energy balances are provided in thousand tonnes of oil equivalent (ktoe). Definitions of products and flows, explanatory notes on the individual country data, indicators (including GDP, population, industrial production index and ratios calculated with the energy data) and net calorific values are also included. In general, data are available for 1960 to 1999 for OECD countries and
for 1971 to 1999 for Non-OECD countries.
The value "-9999" corresponds to "No Data" .
The data is only aggregated if at least 75 % of the observations are available (i.e. % of population or % of area or % of countries) on an annual basis.
Calculated pre 1991-1992 relative country share
Former Yugoslavia SFR:
Preľ1991 relative shares of the 15 republics of the former USSR calculated based on data available after 1991.
Preľ1991 relative shares of the 5 republics of the former Yugoslavia SFR calculated based on data available after 1991.
The calculated values relate to the regional/subregional and global aggregations only.
Data for Australia excludes the overseas territories;
Data for China includes Hong Kong;
Data for Denmark excludes Greenland and the Danish Faroes;
Data for France includes Monaco, and excludes overseas departments;
Data for Italy includes San Marino and the Vatican;
Data for Japan includes Okinawa;
Data for the Netherlands excludes Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles;
Data for Portugal includes the Azores and Madeira;
Data for Spain includes the Canary Islands;
Data for Switzerland includes Liechtenstein;
Data for United States includes Puerto Rico, Guam, the Virgin Islands and the Hawaiian Free Trade Zone.
Emissions of CO2 from manufacturing industries and construction contain the emissions from combustion of fuels (coal, oil and gas) in industry. The IPCC Source/Sink Category 1 A 2 includes these emissions. However, in the Guidelines, the IPCC category also includes emissions from industry autoproducers that generate electricity and/or heat. The IEA data are not collected in a way that allows the energy consumption to be split by specific end-use and therefore, autoproducers are shown as a separate item (Unallocated Autoproducers). Manufacturing Industries and Construction also includes emissions from coke inputs into blast furnaces, which may be reported either in the transformation sector, the industry sector or the separate IPCC Source/Sink Category 2, Industrial Processes.
The estimates of CO2 emissions from fuel combustion are calculated using the IEA energy data and the default methods and emission factors from the Revised 1996 IPCC Guidelines for National Greenhouse Gas Inventories, IPCC/OECD/IEA Paris, 1997 (Guidelines). There are many reasons why the IEA estimates may not be the same as the numbers that a country submits to the UNFCCC, even if a country has accounted for all of its energy use and correctly applied the IPCC Guidelines.
1 Thousand Metric Tons of CO2 (1 Gigagram of CO2), is equal to 272.72... tons of C.
Copyright c 2001 (Aggregations) United Nations Environment Programme/DEWA/GRID-Geneva.
Data aggregation made by Andrea DeBono and Ola Nordbeck (UNEP/DEWA/GRID-Geneva).