Definition: Purchases of energy by product

Structural business statistics

Purchases of energy products can be broken down as follows:
- Purchases of hard coal (1000 t);
- Purchases of coke (1000 t);
- Purchases of patent fuels (1000 t);
- Purchases of gasoil (1000 t);
- Purchases of heavy fuel oil (1000 t);
- Purchases of other petroleum products (1000 t);
- Purchases of natural gas (GJ);
- Purchases of derived gas (GJ);
- Purchases of renewable energy sources (GJ);
- Purchases of heat (GJ);
- Purchases of electricity (MW).
Source:
European Union, Commission Regulation (EC) No 2700/98 of 17 December 1998 concerning the definitions of characteristics for structural business statistics
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