|Sector/branch (SIC2008)||Periods||Natural gas, delivered (mln m3)|
|G-I Trade, transport, hotels, catering||2021*||1,498|
|G Wholesale and retail trade||2021*||711|
|H Transportation and storage||2021*||319|
|I Accommodation and food serving||2021*||468|
|J Information and communication||2021*||41|
|K-L Financial services and real estate||2021*||227|
|K Financial institutions||2021*||114|
|L Renting, buying, selling real estate||2021*||113|
|M-N Business services||2021*||241|
|M Other specialised business services||2021*||172|
|N Renting and other business support||2021*||69|
|O-Q Government and care||2021*||1,193|
|O Public administration and services||2021*||217|
|Q Health and social work activities||2021*||669|
|R-U Culture, recreation, other services||2021*||370|
|R Culture, sports and recreation||2021*||206|
|S Other service activities||2021*||158|
|U Extraterritorial organisations||2021*||7|
This table shows figures on the supply of electricity and natural gas through the public grid to companies in the branches F-U of the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC 2008) including the supply to industrial grids. In-house electricity production for private use only is not included in these figures.
The figures are based on data provided by the operators of the public electricity and natural gas grids in the Netherlands. All Dutch grid operators have provided relevant data.
Data available from:
Status of the figures:
The status of the figures from 2010 to 2020 definite. The status of the figures over 2021 is provisional.
Changes as of October 2022:
Definite figures of 2020 and provisional figures of 2021 have been added.
When will new figures be published?
Definite figures over 2021 and provisional figures over 2022 will be published in the 3th quarter of 2023.
- Natural gas, delivered
- Delivered natural gas via the public grid.
The grid of national natural gas distribution company Gas Transport Services (GTS), the grid of Zebragas and the regional distribution companies of natural gas.
Natural gas is gaseous fuel of natural origin mainly consisting of methane. This results from the same process that leads to the formation of crude oil. Natural gas is liquefied for transport over long distances by ship.