Energy balance sheet; supply, transformation and consumption, 1995-2013

Energy balance sheet; supply, transformation and consumption, 1995-2013

Balance sheet items Sectors Periods Energy commodities petajoule Renewable energy Biomass Biogenic municipal waste (PJ) Energy commodities physical units Renewable energy Biomass Biogenic municipal waste (PJ)
Primary energy supply Netherlands total 2013 40.69 41
Primary energy supply Energy sector 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 06 Extraction of crude petroleum and gas 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Coke-oven plants 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 192 Manufacture of refined petroleum 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 35 Electricity and gas supply 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Total of energy consumers 2013 40.69 41
Primary energy supply Industry (excluding the energy sector) 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 08 Mining and quarrying (no oil and gas) 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 10-12 Manufacture of food and beverages 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 13-15 Man. of textile-, leatherproducts 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 16 Manufacture of wood products 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 17-18 Manufacture of paper and printing 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 20-21 Chemistry and pharmaceuticals 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Manufacture basic chemicals no 2013-2015 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 2013 Manufacture other inorganic chemic 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 2014 Manufacture organic basic chemicals 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 2015 Manufacture of fertilisers 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Chemical and pharmaceutical products 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 23 Manufacture of building materials 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 24 Manufacture of basic metals 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Manufacture of iron and steel 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Manufacture of non-ferrous metals 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 25-28 Man metal products, machinery 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 29-30 Transport equipment 2013 - -
Primary energy supply 31-33 Other manufacturing and repair 2013 - -
Primary energy supply F Construction 2013 . .
Primary energy supply Transport 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Rail transport 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Road transport 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Water transport 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Air transport 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Private households 2013 - -
Primary energy supply Services, agriculture and fishing 2013 40.69 41
Primary energy supply G-U Services 2013 . .
Primary energy supply E Water supply and waste management 2013 40.69 41
Primary energy supply Agriculture 2013 . .
Primary energy supply Fishing 2013 - -
Indigenous production Netherlands total 2013 40.69 41
Indigenous production Energy sector 2013 - -
Indigenous production 06 Extraction of crude petroleum and gas 2013 - -
Indigenous production Coke-oven plants 2013 - -
Indigenous production 192 Manufacture of refined petroleum 2013 - -
Indigenous production 35 Electricity and gas supply 2013 - -
Indigenous production Total of energy consumers 2013 40.69 41
Indigenous production Industry (excluding the energy sector) 2013 - -
Indigenous production 08 Mining and quarrying (no oil and gas) 2013 - -
Indigenous production 10-12 Manufacture of food and beverages 2013 - -
Indigenous production 13-15 Man. of textile-, leatherproducts 2013 - -
Indigenous production 16 Manufacture of wood products 2013 - -
Indigenous production 17-18 Manufacture of paper and printing 2013 - -
Indigenous production 20-21 Chemistry and pharmaceuticals 2013 - -
Indigenous production Manufacture basic chemicals no 2013-2015 2013 - -
Indigenous production 2013 Manufacture other inorganic chemic 2013 - -
Indigenous production 2014 Manufacture organic basic chemicals 2013 - -
Indigenous production 2015 Manufacture of fertilisers 2013 - -
Indigenous production Chemical and pharmaceutical products 2013 - -
Indigenous production 23 Manufacture of building materials 2013 - -
Indigenous production 24 Manufacture of basic metals 2013 - -
Indigenous production Manufacture of iron and steel 2013 - -
Indigenous production Manufacture of non-ferrous metals 2013 - -
Indigenous production 25-28 Man metal products, machinery 2013 - -
Indigenous production 29-30 Transport equipment 2013 - -
Indigenous production 31-33 Other manufacturing and repair 2013 - -
Indigenous production F Construction 2013 . .
Indigenous production Transport 2013
Indigenous production Rail transport 2013
Indigenous production Road transport 2013
Indigenous production Water transport 2013
Indigenous production Air transport 2013
Indigenous production Private households 2013 - -
Indigenous production Services, agriculture and fishing 2013 40.69 41
Indigenous production G-U Services 2013 . .
Indigenous production E Water supply and waste management 2013 40.69 41
Indigenous production Agriculture 2013 . .
Indigenous production Fishing 2013 - -
Imports Netherlands total 2013
Imports Energy sector 2013
Imports 06 Extraction of crude petroleum and gas 2013
Imports Coke-oven plants 2013
Imports 192 Manufacture of refined petroleum 2013
Imports 35 Electricity and gas supply 2013
Imports Total of energy consumers 2013
Imports Industry (excluding the energy sector) 2013
Imports 08 Mining and quarrying (no oil and gas) 2013
Imports 10-12 Manufacture of food and beverages 2013
Imports 13-15 Man. of textile-, leatherproducts 2013
Imports 16 Manufacture of wood products 2013
Imports 17-18 Manufacture of paper and printing 2013
Imports 20-21 Chemistry and pharmaceuticals 2013
Imports Manufacture basic chemicals no 2013-2015 2013
Imports 2013 Manufacture other inorganic chemic 2013
Imports 2014 Manufacture organic basic chemicals 2013
Imports 2015 Manufacture of fertilisers 2013
Imports Chemical and pharmaceutical products 2013
Imports 23 Manufacture of building materials 2013
Imports 24 Manufacture of basic metals 2013
Imports Manufacture of iron and steel 2013
Imports Manufacture of non-ferrous metals 2013
Imports 25-28 Man metal products, machinery 2013
Source: CBS.
Explanation of symbols

Table description


This table shows the supply, transformation and the consumption of energy in a balance sheet. Energy is released - among other things - during the combustion of for example natural gas, petroleum, hard coal and biofuels. Energy can also be obtained from electricity or heat, or extracted from natural resources, e.g. wind or solar energy. In energy statistics all these sources of energy are known as energy commodities.

The supply side of the balance sheet includes indigenous production of energy, imports and exports and stock changes. For energy transformation, the table gives figures both on the transformation input (energy used to make other energy commodities) and the transformation output (energy made from other energy commodities) of energy commodities. The consumption side shows the consumption of energy for transformation in other energy commodities or as final consumption.

The energy balance describes the situation for the five main sectors, i.e. energy sector, industry (non energy), transport, private households and agriculture, fishing and services and many sub sectors. There is a difference between the energy balance sheet of the Netherlands and the energy balance sheet by sector. Imports and exports by sector are not known. The supply and deliveries by sector are known. The energy balance sheet shows net supply and deliveries. This equals net imports, exports and bunkers.

Figures refer to companies, institutions, private households and transport. Companies and institutions are broken down by branche based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC 2008). Sectors starting with a letter or number are SIC 2008 sectors.

Data available:
From 1995 up to and including 2013

Status of the figures:
All figures up to 2013 are definite.

Changes as of 28 July 2015:
None, this table has been discontinued, because the figures have been revised for all years.
The successor of this table is 'Energy balance sheet; supply, transformation and consumption'. See section 3.

When will new figures be published?
Not applicable.

Note:
With the publication of revised provisional annual figures the underlying monthly balance sheets retain their provisional character. Monthly balance sheets of energy commodities natural gas, hard coal, electricity, petroleum products, crude and motor fuels have been published in separate StatLine tables (see 3. Links to relevant tables and symbols). Upon publication of the definite annual energy balance sheet the monthly balance sheets will be definite.

Description topics

Energy commodities petajoule
An energy commodity is energy, and may take the form of a fuel, heat or power. A petajoule (PJ) equals 1,000,000,000,000,000 joules (10 to the power of 15). A joule is a unit of energy equivalent to 0.24 calories. A PJ is equivalent to 31.6 million cubic meters of natural gas or 278 million kilowatt-hours of electricity.
Renewable energy
Renewable energy is energy from wind, hydro power, the sun, the earth, heat from outdoor air and biomass. Renewable energy is energy which comes from natural processes which are constantly replenished. Therefore, fossil and nuclear energy are not covered by renewable energy.

This definition of renewable energy followes the Energy Statistics Manual of the International Energy Agency (IEA) and Eurostat. Also definitions according to other methods are followed: the gross final consumption method from the EU Directive on Renewable Energy and the subsitution method from the national Protocol Monitoring Renewable Energy. As a result of the method followed 'shallow geothermal energy', 'aerothermal heat' and 'heat from just milked milk' are covered or not by renewable energy.
Biomass
Vegetal and animal materials from recent origin that are used for energy purposes. Examples are wood, manure and waste from the food industry.
Biogenic municipal waste
Household waste of vegetable or animal origin. Includes the biogenic fraction of mixed waste streams.
Energy commodities physical units
An energy commodity is energy, and may take the form of a fuel, heat or power. Energy commodities without known physical unit are presented in the unit of joules.
Renewable energy
Renewable energy is energy from wind, hydro power, the sun, the earth, heat from outdoor air and biomass. Renewable energy is energy which comes from natural processes which are constantly replenished. Therefore, fossil and nuclear energy are not covered by renewable energy.

This definition of renewable energy followes the Energy Statistics Manual of the International Energy Agency (IEA) and Eurostat. Also definitions according to other methods are followed: the gross final consumption method from the EU Directive on Renewable Energy and the subsitution method from the national Protocol Monitoring Renewable Energy. As a result of the method followed 'shallow geothermal energy', 'aerothermal heat' and 'heat from just milked milk' are covered or not by renewable energy.
Biomass
Vegetal and animal materials from recent origin that are used for energy purposes. Examples are wood, manure and waste from the food industry.
Biogenic municipal waste
Household waste of vegetable or animal origin. Includes the biogenic fraction of mixed waste streams.