IEA Key World Energy Statistics
By International Energy Agency
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The International Energy Agency (IEA) is known as the most authoritative source for global energy statistics. The IEA publishes its statistics in a series of annual and quarterly publications as well as through electronic data services.
For the first time in 1996, the IEA produced a compilation of its most used statistics in a booklet easily accessible to all – what is now the annual Key World Energy Statistics (KWES). Since then, the booklet has been hugely successful and has become a constant companion of energy analysts and policy makers.
Key World Energy Statistics contains timely, clearly presented data on the supply, transformation and consumption of all major energy sources for the main regions of the world. The interested businessperson, journalist or student will have at his or her fingertips the annual Australian production of coal, the electricity production in Japan, the price of diesel oil in Spain and thousands of other useful energy facts.
To respond to increasing requests of users, the IEA offered the first App version of the KWES in 2011. With this application, you can access key statistics on more than 130 countries and regions including energy indicators, energy balances, prices, CO2 emissions as well as energy forecasts.
In 2012, the IEA reworked the App to make it even more user-friendly and introduced new features. For instance, a sort function that allows the user to rank countries by ascending and descending order -- according to a selection of indicators -- has been added. Tables can also be personalised by selecting specific countries and indicators. A search feature as well as a quick access menu and a favourites function have also been added.
Moreover, the application is also available for use on an iPad.
What's New in Version 4.0.2
This update includes all the new data from the 2015 edition of the IEA's Key World Energy Statistics publication.