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Energy consumption in manufacture of artwork and other manufacturing in China: Fall in 2015

The variable negligibly dropped by 4.11% compared with the year before, according to statistics announced by China National Statistical Office. The indicator decreased slightly by 71.56 ten thousand tons of standard coal equivalent, compared to the prior year when it increased by 8.97 percent. The overall changes for the previous 16 years reached an increase of 21.34%. In comparison with its average, the energy consumption is now greater as the mean equals 1 456.11 ten thousand tons of standard coal equivalent and the variable pinpoints a negligible overall rise since the 2000. It attained its all-time high of 1 740.56 ten thousand tons of standard coal equivalent in 2014 and record low of 1 191.95 ten thousand tons of standard coal equivalent in 2004.

Energy consumption in manufacture of artwork and other manufacturing in China: Fall in 2015
Date Ten Thousand Tons Of Standard Coal Equivalent Variation
2015 1 669.00 -4.11
2014 1 740.56 8.97
2013 1 597.33 -1.18
2012 1 616.47 -1.55
2011 1 641.89 9.09
2010 1 505.08 6.46
2009 1 413.73 0.86
2008 1 401.72 5.89
2007 1 323.74 -1.94
2006 1 349.93 1.46

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    Sum of the energy supplied to consumers for all energy uses, usually expressed in thousand tonnes of oil equivalent. It can be measured as final energy consumption or as primary energy consumption. Final energy consumption refers to the total energy consumed by end users, such as households, industry, commerce, public administration, services and agriculture. It excludes energy which is used by the energy sector itself, including for deliveries and transformation. It also excludes fuel transformed in the electrical power stations of industrial auto-producers and coke transformed into blast-furnace gas where this is not part of overall industrial consumption but of the transformation sector. Subsequently, primary energy consumption comprises the total energy demand of a country and covers consumption of the energy sector itself, losses during during transformation (for example, from oil or gas into electricity) and distribution of energy, as well as the already mentioned final consumption by end users. Based on: Eurostat.

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