Energy dependence - Products Datasets

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Energy dependence

The indicator shows the extent to which an economy relies upon imports in order to meet its energy needs. It is calculated as net imports divided by the gross available energy.
Energy dependence = Net imports / Gross available energy.
Net imports are calculated as total imports minus total exports. Gross available energy is a calculated value, defined as: Primary production + Recovered & recycled products + Imports – Exports + Stock changes
Energy dependency may be negative in the case of net exporter countries while positive values over 100 % indicate the accumulation of stocks during the reference year.

Additional information

Code: t2020_rd320
Last update: 19/04/21
Oldest data: 1990
Most recent data: 2019
Number of values: 4604
Themes: General and regional statistics