|Coal and coal products||Periods||Energy supply Total energy supply (million kg)||Energy supply Production (million kg)||Energy supply Recovered products (million kg)||Energy supply Imports, total (million kg)||Energy supply Of which from outside EU (million kg)||Energy supply Exports (million kg)||Energy supply Stocks - beginning of period (miilion kg)||Energy supply Stocks - end of period (million kg)||Energy supply Stock change (million kg)||Statistical differences (million kg)|
|Hard coal||2021 March*||660||752||752||597||689||-92|
|Hard coal||2021 April*||562||523||523||689||649||40|
|Hard coal||2021 May*||523||466||466||649||592||57|
|Hard coal||2021 June*||481||493||493||592||604||-11|
|Hard coal||2021 July*||820||823||823||604||607||-3|
|Hard coal||2021 August*||822||816||816||607||601||6|
|Hard coal||2021 September*||722||647||647||601||526||75|
|Hard coal||2021 October*||959||1,037||1,037||526||604||-78|
|Hard coal||2021 November*||894||731||731||604||441||163|
|Hard coal||2021 December*||1,013||1,118||1,118||441||546||-104|
|Hard coal||2022 January*||855||996||996||546||686||-141||0|
|Hard coal||2022 February*||587||584||584||686||683||3||0|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 March*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 April*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 May*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 June*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 July*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 August*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 September*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 October*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 November*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2021 December*||1||1|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2022 January*||2||2|
|Lignite and BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts)||2022 February*||2||2|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 March*||170||157||1||0||45||32||12|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 April*||138||152||1||0||32||47||-15|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 May*||172||162||5||3||47||42||6|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 June*||132||154||20||12||42||84||-43|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 July*||151||163||5||3||84||101||-17|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 August*||180||163||0||0||101||84||17|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 September*||136||157||0||0||84||105||-21|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 October*||162||164||3||105||104||1|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 November*||151||154||104||107||-2|
|Coke-oven cokes||2021 December*||146||164||0||107||125||-18|
|Coke-oven cokes||2022 January*||171||162||4||3||124||119||6|
|Coke-oven cokes||2022 February*||143||143||3||2||10||119||112||7||0|
This table shows the supply and the consumption of hard coal, lignite + BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts) and coke-oven cokes. Supply is calculated as production plus recovered products plus imports minus exports plus net stock changes. This calculation of the supply results in the amount of hard coal, lignite + BKB (Braunkohlenbriketts) and coke-oven cokes consumed. This consumption is divided into consumption by energy companies, coke oven plants, industry, iron and steel and other consumers. This table is a redesign.
Data available from: January 2015.
Status of the figures:
- figures from 2019 are definite;
- figures of 2020 are revised provisional;
- figures from January 2021 are provisional.
Changes as of April 29th 2022:
Provisional figures for February 2022 have been added.
Changes as of 17 December 2021:
Figures for 2019 have become definite. Figures for 2015 up to and including 2018 have been revised. The most relevant adaptation is a reduction of imports and exports of cokes of a few tens of millions kg annually (corresponding to approximately 2% of consumption).
Changes as of 17 September 2021:
The figures of export have been changed from 2015. The figures of export of hard coal and lignite (brown coal) are adjusted from 0 to blank, according to international guidelines of energy statistics.
A country can not export an energy driver, if there is no (indigenous) production in that country.
Changes as of 24th of December 2020:
New figures of October 2020 have been added. Because of a new method, older figures of import and export have been adjusted. Figures are slightly different. Also the method for lignite have been adjusted.
Changes as of February 28th 2019:
No changes. This table replaces the table Coal and coal product balance sheet 1990-2018. Because of revised supply figures, the former table could not be continued. It was not possible to revise the monthly, quarterly and annual figures of 2014 and earlier.
When will new figures be published?
Provisional figures: in the second month after the month under review.
Revised provisional figures : not later than in the following December.
Definite figures: not later than in December of the second following year.
- Energy supply
- The amount of energy available for consumption in the Netherlands.
- Total energy supply
- The amount of energy available for consumption in the Netherlands (production plus recovered products plus imports and withdrawal from stocks) minus the amount which is not available for consumption (exports).
- The amount of energy transformed from another energy commodity.
- Recovered products
- Slurries and waste-heap shale recovered by mines.
- Imports, total
- Imports of energy commodities.
- Of which from outside EU
- Imports of energy commodities coming from non-EU countries.
- Exports of energy commodities.
- Stocks - beginning of period
- The opening amount of stocks of coal and coal products.
- Stocks - end of period
- The closing amount of stocks of coal and coal products.
- Stock change
- Changes in stock are calculated as opening stock minus closing stock, in accordance with international energy statistics guidelines. A positive figure means that stocks have decreased, and the supply of energy has thus increased. A negative figure means the opposite: an increase in stocks and a decrease in consumption.
- Statistical differences
- The difference between the energy sypply and energy consumption of an energy commodity.
This difference arises because the figures on supply and consumption come from different sources
For many energy commodities, the difference is allocated to supply or consumption. Then this statistical difference is nil.