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BP Statistical Review of World Energy
BP Global, with more than 30 contributing organisatiions.
  The BP Statistical Review of World Energy is the longest running compilation of global energy statistics available. It is published annually, and issues from all previous years are always available. Used for reference by the media, academia, world governments and energy companies, the Statistical Review is one of the most widely respected publications in the field of energy economics The Statistical Review has been published for 64 years and has expanded from a small typed paper document of less than ten pages to a comprehensive internet database that can be used for very detailed analysis. Behind the published data are more than 700,000 single data entries - and it is growing each day. The numbers contain the story of energy in the last half of the 20th century and the beginning of this one. They illustrate global transitions in the fuels we use and how we use them, and our preoccupations and concerns about this important element of the global economy.
CAIT Climate Data Explorer
World Resources Institute (WRI)
  CAIT, the climate data explorer created by the World Resources Institute (WRI), provides free access to comprehensive, reliable, and comparable greenhouse gas emissions data sets, as well as other climate-relevant indicators, to enable analysis on a wide range of climate-related data questions. Through its powerful yet simple and easy-to-use online interface, CAIT is designed to help users from government, business, academia, the media, and civil society efficiently explore, understand, and communicate climate data. CAIT provides a suite of tools such as historical emissions analysis, Paris contributions mapping, emissions projections and an equity explorer. Data is available for download, much of it without the need to register.
Carbon Monitoring for Action (CARMA)
Confronting Climate Change Initiative
  CARMA is a database containing information about the carbon emissions of over 60,000 power plants and 20,000 power companies worldwide. Power generation accounts for 40% of all CO2 emissions in the United States and about one-quarter of global emissions. CARMA is the first global inventory of a major, emissions-producing sector of the economy.
DOE Global Energy Storage Database
US Department of Energy (DOE)
  The DOE Global Energy Storage Database provides free, up-to-date information on grid-connected energy storage projects around the world and relevant state and federal policies.
EIA International Energy Statistics
U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)
  The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) collects, analyzes, and disseminates independent and impartial energy information to promote sound policymaking, efficient markets, and public understanding of energy and its interaction with the economy and the environment. The International Energy Statistics provides an overview with visualisations for different energy sources, an interactive graphical tool, and various analyses at country and topic level.
EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program Data Sets
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  The Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program (GHGRP) collects Greenhouse Gas (GHG) data from large emitting facilities, suppliers of fossil fuels and industrial gases that result in GHG emissions when used, and facilities that inject carbon dioxide underground. Datasets available include high level summaries (maps, charts etc), an interactive tool for facility-level access, multi-year data summary spreadsheets and searchable, downloadable facility-level datasets by 32 industry types. The data is not confined to CO2
European Statistical System (ESS)
  European economic statistics - includes climate and energy (total energy, electricity generation, energy intensity). Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg. Its task is to provide the European Union with statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions.
European Electricity Harmonisation and Electrotechnical Standards
European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardisation (CENELEC)
  European electricity harmonisation and electrotechnical standards, based on a consensus, which reflects the economic and social interests of 33 CENELEC Member countries channelled through their National Electrotechnical Committees (NCs). Most standards are initiated by industry. Other standardization projects can come from consumers, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) or associations, or even European legislators. Besides European Standards, CENELEC produces other reference documents, which can be developed quickly and easily: Technical Specifications, Technical Reports and Workshop Agreements.
European Environment Agency (EEA)
European Environment Agency (EEA)
  Agency of the European Union tasked to provide sound, independent information on the environment. Data collections include: EMEP/EEA Air Pollution Emission Inventory Guidebook, latest edition 2013, with sections on Combustion (includes energy industries, aviation, road, rail) and Industrial Processes. Mapped data (see Data and Maps index) including The European Pollutant Release and Transfer Register (E-PRTR), Member States reporting under Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No 166/2006, Corine Land Cover 1990 and Corine Land Cover 2006.
International Energy Agency (IEA) Statistics
International Energy Agency (IEA)
  Energy balances of OECD/non-OECD countries - visual representation via a dynamic map (shows Energy Production, Net Imports, Electricity Consumption, and Total Primary Energy Supply, alongside Population, GDP, and CO2 emissions). Online aggregate data available includes Headline Energy Data, CO2 higlights for the previous year and monthly data for oil, gas, electricity and prices. There is also a more detailed and extensive paid-for set of data and analyses available. Publications include the annual World Energy Outlook
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  OECD in Figures (includes economic figures, energy supply, energy production, energy consumption, electricity) - latest available 2015 (data from 1971 to date, plus archived data)
OECD iLibrary
  As well as linking to the OECD Data statistics, this includes statistics from other sources such as the IEA, Nuclear Energy Agency and EUROSTAT, indicator information, factbook and yearbook series and other analyses and syntheses.
UK Data Service
Various sources
  The UK Data Service provides a single point of access to a wide range of social science secondary data, including international macrodata, and UK Census data. along with supporting documentation, guides and specialist support. The Economic and Social Data Service (ESDS) is now part of the UK Data Service, along with the former Secure Data Service, Survey Question Bank and elements of the ESRC Census Programme.
UN Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) Statistical Programme of Work
FAO Economic and Social Development Department
  FAO develops methods and standards for food and agriculture statistics, provides technical assistance services and disseminates data for global monitoring covering emissions, agriculture, forestry and fisheries, land and water resources and use, climate, environment, population, gender, nutrition, poverty, rural development, education and health as well as many others. Several statistics sets including FAOSTAT (overall statistics), CountrySTAT (national/subnational level) and Agricultural Market Information (AMIS).
World Energy Council (WEC) Data
World Energy Council (WEC)
  UN-accredited global energy body, representing the entire energy spectrum, with more than 3000 member organizations. Main data sets are: World Energy Resources (national and regional fossil fuel reserves, renewables installed capacity, rank top producing countries and potential value by country); World Energy Issues Monitor (dynamic tool visualizing impact and uncertainty of various factors such as energy geopolitics); Energy Efficiency Indicators (more than 50 indicators monitored for trends in energy use and CO2 emissions, as downloadable files); and the Energy Trilemma Index (countries ranked on their respective energy security, energy equity and environmental sustainablity, with an overall Energy Trilemma rating).