Definition: Gross inland consumption (Code B_100900)

Energy

Gross inland consumption of all products (code 0000) represents the quantity of energy necessary to satisfy inland consumption of the geographical entity under consideration. Its interpretation for individual products is different.
Gross inland consumption is calculated as follows: indigenous production (Code B_100100) + B_100110 Primary product receipts - B_100112	Direct use + from other sources (Code B_100200) + imports (Code B_100300) + stock changes (Code B_100400) – exports (Code B_100500) – international marine bunkers (Code B_100800).
Source:
Eurostat
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