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11 Energy in Denmark 2012
2 Observed energy consumption and adjusted gross energy consumption
3 Degree of self-sufficiency
4 Primary energy production
5 Oil and gas reserves
6 Natural gas consumption and flaring on platforms in the North Sea
7 Production of renewable energy by energy product
8 Consumption of waste
9 Consumption of renewable energy PJ
10 Renewable energy – consumption by energy product
11 Use of renewable energy in 2012
12 Renewable energy- share of total energy consumption
13 Share of renewable energy according to the EU method of calculation
Wind power capacity and wind power’s share of domestic electricity supply
Wind power onshore by municipality 15
16 Wind power capacity by turbine size
17 Wind power production by turbine size
18 Electricity production by type of producer
19 PJ Electricity production by fuel
20 Other fuels than coal for electricity production
21 Net exports of electricity by country
22 Electricity capacity
23 CHP share of thermal power and district heating production
24 Heat supply by type of fuel, 2012
25 District heating production by type of production plant
26 Fuel consumption for district heating production, percentage distribution
27 Observed energy consumption and adjusted gross energy consumption
28 Gross energy consumption by fuel Adjusted
29 Gross energy consumption by energy product after transformation Adjusted
30 Gross energy consumption by use Adjusted
31 Climate adjusted Final energy consumption by use
32 Final energy consumption by energy product Adjusted
33 TJ per DKK million GDP (2005 prices, chained values) Gross energy consumption and final energy consumption per DKK million GDP Adjusted
34 Climate adjusted PJ Final electricity consumption by use
35 Climate adjusted % Electricity consumption’s share of total energy consumption
36 Energy consumption for transport by type
37 Energy consumption for transport by fuel type
38 Energy consumption for road transport
39 Final energy consumption by passengers and freight transport
40 Energy consumption for passengers transport by means of transport
41 PJ Energy consumption for freight transport by means of transport
42 Climate adjusted Energy and electricity consumption in agriculture and industry
43 Climate adjusted Energy consumption in agriculture and industry by energy product
44 Climate adjusted Energy consumption by individual industry in the agriculture and industry sector
45 Climate adjusted Electricity consumption’s share of total energy consumption
46 Climate adjusted Energy and electricity consumption in manufacturing industry
47 Climate adjusted Composition of energy consumption in manufacturing industries
48 Climate adjusted TJ per million DKK GVA (2005 prices, chained values) Energy intensities in agriculture and industry
49 Climate adjusted Electricity intensities in agriculture and industry TJ per million DKK GVA (2005 prices, chained values)
50 GJ per employees Energy consumption per employee in manufacturing industry Climate adjusted
51 Climate adjusted Energy and electricity consumption in the commercial and public services
52 Climate adjusted Energy consumption by energy product
53 Climate adjusted Composition of energy consumption in commercial and public services
54 Climate adjusted Energy consumption by sector
55 Climate adjusted Energy consumption for heating in the commercial and public services
56 Climate adjusted Electricity consumption by sector
57 TJ per DKK million GVA (2005 prices, chained values) Climate adjusted Energy intensities in the commercial and public services
58 TJ per DKK million GVA (2005 prices, chained values) Climate adjusted Electricity intensities in commercial and public services
59 Climate adjusted GJ per employee Energy consumption per employee the in commercial and public services
60 Energy consumption in households
61 Climate adjusted Household consumption by energy types
62 Climate adjusted Energy consumption per household
63 Heating installations in dwellings
64 Climate adjusted Index 1990=100 Energy consumption for heating in households
65 Climate adjusted Net energy consumption and heat loss for heating in households
66 Index 1990=100 Private consumption and electricity consumption in households
67 Household stock of electrical appliances
68 Specific electricity consumption of household appliances
69 Million tonnes CO 2 CO 2 emissions from energy consumption
70 Million tonnes CO 2 CO 2 emissions by fuel Adjusted
71 Kilogram per GJGram per kWh CO 2 emissions per fuel unit and kWh electricity Adjusted
72 Million tonnes CO 2 Observed CO 2 emissions by sector
73 Million tonnes CO 2 CO 2 emissions in end-use of energy Climate adjusted
74 Million tonnes CO 2 equivalents Emissions of greenhouse gases
75 Observed net-emissions of greenhouse gases by origin Million tonnes CO 2 equivalents
76 Observed emissions by type of greenhouse gases in 2011
77 Observed CO 2 emissions from energy consumption in 2012, ETS and non-ETS sectors
78 DKK Billion, current prices Energy expenses by industry and households Source: Statistics Denmark
Energy expenses in agriculture and industri 79 DKK Billion, current prices Source: Statistics Denmark
Energy expenses by fuel 80 DKK Billion, current prices
81 DKK Billion, current prices Revenues from energy, CO 2 and sulphur taxes
82 Billion DKK, current prices Net currency revenues from energy products Source: Statistics Denmark
83 DKK Billion, current prices Expenses for public service obligations (PSO) in the electricity area
84 Billion DKK, current prices Value of crude oil and natural gas production
85 Billion DKK, current prices Exports of energy technology and equipment
86 USD per Barrel, annual average *Prices for 2013 cover only the first six months. Spot market prices of crude oil
87 DKK 0.01 per kWh Spot market prices for electricity 2012
88 DKK, current prices Energy prices for households
89 DKK, 2012 prices Energy prices for households
90 DKK per KWh Electricity prices, excl. taxes for industrial customers
91 DKK per m 3 Natural gas prices, excl. taxes for industrial customers
92 Motor gasoline prices DKK per litre
93 1980 1990 2000 2010 2012 Composition of energy prices for households
94 DKK 0.01 per kWh Electricity prices for households 1997-2013 (as at 1 January) Source: Danish Energy Association
95 North America 220 South and Central America 328 Europe and Euroasia 141 Africa 130 Middle East 808 Asia and Pacific 41 Proven oil reserves at end 2012 billion barrels
96 Million tonnes Oil consumption by region
97 Million tonnes oil equivalents Energy consumption by region
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