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1 EXPLANATORY NOTES COUNTRY ANNUAL QUESTIONNAIRE OIL IEA - Eurostat - UNECE ENGLISH FRANÇAIS The objective of the electronic questionnaire is to facilitate data entry for administrations and at the same time to try to avoid errors, which would require a substantial time investment, both for the IEA and the national administrations, to correct. To facilitate data entry, two options are provided: - Data entry through time series - Data entry through forms The time series format enables the user to see the data for all the years for one given product/subject. The forms format enables the user to choose the year they want to enter data for on all the tables. The revision of historical data is allowed and encouraged. To assist the user in this process, the revised cells are highlighted in yellow. Internal consistency checks can be run for one given year at a time. The error messages appear on a separate sheet at the end of the questionnaire. The user should consider error messages and try to correct the errors before returning the document to the IEA. It is strongly recommended to read the user documentation for further setup instructions before working on the questionnaire. Should you have any questions regarding the functions of this file or other logistics please do not hesitate to contact: IEA Eurostat Ms. Jung-Ah Kang Ms. Antigone Gikas address: Telephone: Fax: Member countries of the European Union are asked to also send a copy of this electronic questionnaire to Eurostat:

2 Control the integrity and coherence of your entries: Run the "Check data" program. DATA ENTRY MENU Check data Tips : press Ctrl+M to come back to that page from anywhere DATA ENTRY IN TIME SERIES FORMS Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Feedstocks Additives-Oxygenates Please select the year and click on the form BioFuels Other Hydrocarbons Total - crngfeed Refinery Gas 2006 Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Gasoline Table 1 BioGasoline Aviation Gasoline Gasoline Type Jet Fuel Kerosene Type Jet Fuel Table 2a Other Kerosene Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel BioDiesel Table 2b Heating and Other Gasoil Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil - Low Sulphur Fuel Oil - High Sulphur Table 3 White Spirit SPB Lubricants Bitumen Paraffin Wax Table 4 Petroleum Coke Other Products Total Products Table 5 Petroleum Coke - Non energy use Other Products - Non energy use Remarks ASCII DATA TRANSFERS

3 TABLE = 1 Year = 2006 SUPPLY OF CRUDE OIL, NGL, REFINERY FEEDSTOCKS, ADDITIVES AND OTHER HYDROCARBONS Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFFEEDS ADDITIVE BIOFUELS NONCRUDE CRNGFEED Crude Oil Natural Gas Refinery Additives / Of which Other TOTAL Liquids Feedstocks Oxygenates Biofuels Hydrocarbons (A to F, excl. E) A B C D E F G Indigenous Production (+) 1 0 From Other Sources (+) 2 0 Backflows to Refineries (+) 3 0 Products Transferred (+) 4 0 Total Imports (Balance) (+) 5 0 Total Exports (Balance) (-) 6 0 Direct Use (-) 7 0 Stock Changes (National Territory) (+) 8 0 Refinery Intake (Calculated) (=) 9 0 Statistical Differences (-) Refinery Intake (Observed) (=) 11 0 MEMO ITEMS: Refinery Losses 12 0 STOCK LEVELS: Opening Stock Level (National Territory) 13 0 Closing Stock Level (National Territory) 14 0 AVERAGE NET CALORIFIC VALUES: Unit: kj/kg Net Calorific Value of Production 15 Net Calorific Value of Imports 16 Net Calorific Value of Exports 17 Net Calorific Value - Average 18 MEMO ITEMS: From Other Sources: From Other Sources - Coal 19 0 From Other Sources - Natural Gas 20 0 From Other Sources - Renewables 21 0 Columns D to F: Please see product definitions. Row 3: Total (cell G3) should correspond to Total Backflows on Table 2B (cell Z5). Row 4: Total (cell G4) should correspond to Total Products Transferred on Table 2A (cell Z9). Row 5: Should correspond to total imports on Table 4 (cells A102 to F102). Row 6: Should correspond to total exports on Table 5 (cells A95 to F95). Row 7: Should be carried over to Primary Product Receipts on Table 2A (row 1). Row 8: Opening Stock Level minus Closing Stock Level (row 13 minus row 14).

4 TABLE = 2a YEAR = 2006 SUPPLY OF FINISHED PRODUCTS MEMO: Net Calorific Value - Average 19 Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFINGAS ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO Natural Gas Refinery Gas Crude Motor Of which Aviation Other Ethane LPG Naphtha Oil Gasoline Biogasoline Gasoline Kerosene Liquids (not liq.) Jet Fuel Jet Fuel A B C D E F G H I J K L Primary Product Receipts (+) 1 Refinery Gross Output (+) 2 Inputs of Recycled Products (+) 3 Refinery Fuel (-) 4 Total Imports (Balance) (+) 5 Total Exports (Balance) (-) 6 International Marine Bunkers (-) 7 Interproduct Transfers (+) 8 Products Transferred (-) 9 Stock Changes (National Territory) (+) 10 Gross Inland Deliveries (Calculated) (=) 11 Statistical Differences (-) 12 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) (=) 13 STOCK LEVELS: Opening Stock Level (National Territory) 14 Closing Stock Level (National Territory) 15 MEMO: Refinery Fuel for Electricity Generation 16 Refinery Fuel for CHP Production 17 Stock Changes at Public Utilities 18 Gasoline Type Kerosene Type SUPPLY OF FINISHED PRODUCTS: Includes Crude Oil and indigenous NGL which does not pass through an oil refinery. Row 1: This mainly concerns Crude Oil (indigenous or imported) and indigenous NGL which does not pass through an oil refinery. Total Product Receipts on Table 2A (cell Z1) should be equal to Total Direct Use on Table 1 (cell G7). Row 2: Total Gross Refinery Output on Table 2A (cell Z2) should be equal to Observed Refinery Intake on Table 1 (cell G11) minus Refinery Losses on Table 1 (cell G12). Row 5: Should correspond to Total Imports on Table 4. Row 6: Should correspond to Total Exports on Table 5. Row 8: Must add to zero in cell Z8 on Table 2A. Row 9: For definition see instructions for completing Individual Tables (Table 2A). Total (cell Z9) must equal Total Product Transfers on Table 1 (cell G4). Row 10: Opening Stock Level minus Closing Stock Level (row 14 minus row 15). Figures may have positive or negative signs. Row 12: Statistical Differences occur when independent figures for Gross Inland Deliveries are available and are different to those calculated. The sign of the differences can be positive or negative. Rows 16, 17: Report that part of refinery fuel included in the row above (4) which is used to produce electricity and/or heat.

5 TABLE = 2a YEAR = 2006 Primary Product Receipts (+) 1 Refinery Gross Output (+) 2 Inputs of Recycled Products (+) 3 Refinery Fuel (-) 4 Total Imports (Balance) (+) 5 Total Exports (Balance) (-) 6 International Marine Bunkers (-) 7 Interproduct Transfers (+) 8 Products Transferred (-) 9 Stock Changes (National Territory) (+) 10 Gross Inland Deliveries (Calculated) (=) 11 Statistical Differences (-) 12 Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) (=) 13 STOCK LEVELS: Opening Stock Level (National Territory) 14 Closing Stock Level (National Territory) 15 MEMO: Refinery Fuel for Electricity Generation 16 Refinery Fuel for CHP Production 17 Stock Changes at Public Utilities 18 SUPPLY OF FINISHED PRODUCTS Unit: Thousand Metric Tons GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS Transport Of which Heating and Residual Paraffin Petroleum Other Oil Lubricants Bitumen Diesel Biodiesels Other Gasoil Fuel Oil Waxes Coke Products ( < 1%) (>= 1%) and SBP excl. M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Gas-Diesel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur Fuel Oil- High Sulphur White Spirit TOTAL (A to Y MEMO: Net Calorific Value - Average 19 SUPPLY OF FINISHED PRODUCTS: Includes Crude Oil an Row 1: This mainly concerns Crude Oil (indigenous or impor Total Product Receipts on Table 2A (cell Z1) should Row 2: Total Gross Refinery Output on Table 2A (cell Z2) sh Row 5: Should correspond to Total Imports on Table 4. Row 6: Should correspond to Total Exports on Table 5. Row 8: Must add to zero in cell Z8 on Table 2A. Row 9: For definition see instructions for completing Individu Row 10: Opening Stock Level minus Closing Stock Level (ro Row 12: Statistical Differences occur when independent figu Rows 16, 17: Report that part of refinery fuel included in the

6 TABLE = 2b YEAR = 2006 DELIVERIES TO THE PETROCHEMICAL SECTOR Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFINGAS ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO Crude Natural Refinery Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Of which Aviation Gasoline Kerosene Other Oil Gas Gas Gasoline Biogasoline Gasoline Type Type Kerosene Liquids (not liq.) Jet Fuel Jet Fuel A B C D E F G H I J K L Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) 1 Of Which: Petrochemical Flows: Gross Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector 2 Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector 3 Non-Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector 4 Backflows to Refineries 5 Net Deliveries of Total Products 6 Net Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector 7 Row 1: Must correspond to Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) reported on Table 2A. Row 5: Must correspond to Total Backflows on Table 1 (cell G3). The total (cell Z5) should be reported in the Transformation/Petrochemical category on Table 3 according to the reporting instructions. Row 6: Row 1 minus Row 5. Row 7: See reporting instructions for Table 2B.

7 TABLE = 2b YEAR = 2006 Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) 1 Of Which: Petrochemical Flows: Gross Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector 2 Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector 3 Non-Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector 4 Backflows to Refineries 5 DELIVERIES TO THE PETROCHEMICAL SECTOR Unit: Thousand Metric Tons GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS Gas-Diesel Transport Of which Heating and Residual Lubricants Bitumen Paraffin Petroleum Other Oil Oil Diesel Biodiesels Other Gasoil Fuel Oil Waxes Coke Products Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP TOTAL (A to Y excl. H,N,O,P,R,S) M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0 0 Net Deliveries of Total Products 6 0 Net Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector 7 0 Row 1: Must correspond to Gross Inland Deliveries (Observe Row 5: Must correspond to Total Backflows on Table 1 (cell Row 6: Row 1 minus Row 5. Row 7: See reporting instructions for Table 2B.

8 TABLE = 3 YEAR = 2006 GROSS DELIVERIES BY SECTOR Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFINGAS ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Gas (not liq.) Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Gasoline Of which Biogasoline Aviation Gasoline Gasoline Type Jet Fuel Kerosene Type Jet Fuel Other Kerosene Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel Of which Biodiesels Heating and Other Gasoil A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Inland Demand (Total Consumption) 1 0 Transformation Sector 2 0 Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants 3 0 Autoproducer Electricity Plants 4 0 Main Activity Producer CHP Plants 5 0 Autoproducer CHP Plants 6 0 Main Activity Producer Heat Plants 7 0 Autoproducer Heat Plants 8 0 Gas Works (Transformation) 9 0 For Blended Natural Gas 10 0 Coke Ovens (Transformation) 11 0 Blast Furnaces (Transformation) 12 0 Petrochemical Industry 13 0 Patent Fuel Plants (Transformation) 14 0 Non-specified (Transformation) 15 0 Energy Sector 16 0 Coal Mines 17 0 Oil and Gas Extraction 18 0 Coke Ovens (Energy) 19 0 Blast Furnaces (Energy) 20 0 Gas Works (Energy) 21 0 Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants 22 0 Non-specified (Energy) 23 0 Distribution Losses Total Final Consumption Transport Sector 26 0 International Aviation 27 0 Domestic Aviation 28 0 Road 29 0 Rail 30 0 Domestic Navigation 31 0 Pipeline Transport 32 0 Non-specified (Transport) 33 0

9 TABLE = 3 YEAR = 2006 GROSS DELIVERIES BY SECTOR Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFINGAS ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Gas (not liq.) Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Gasoline Of which Biogasoline Aviation Gasoline Gasoline Type Jet Fuel Kerosene Type Jet Fuel Other Kerosene Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel Of which Biodiesels Heating and Other Gasoil A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Industry Sector 34 0 Iron and Steel 35 0 Chemical (including Petrochemical) 36 0 Non-Ferrous Metals 37 0 Non-Metallic Minerals 38 0 Transport Equipment 39 0 Machinery 40 0 Mining and Quarrying 41 0 Food, Beverages and Tobacco 42 0 Paper, Pulp and Printing 43 0 Wood and Wood Products 44 0 Construction 45 0 Textiles and Leather 46 0 Non-specified (Industry) 47 0 Other Sectors 48 0 Commercial and Public Services 49 0 Residential 50 0 Agriculture/Forestry 51 0 Fishing 52 0 Non-specified (Other) 53 0 MEMO ITEM: Below categories are already included in the above sectorial breakdown. Total Non-Energy Use 54 0 Non-Energy Use in Transformation Sector 55 0 Non-Energy Use in Energy Sector 56 0 Non-Energy Use in Transport 57 0 Non-Energy Use in Industry 58 0 Of which: Non-Energy Use-Chemical/Petrochem Non-Energy Use in Other Sectors 60 0 Row 1: Must correspond to Gross Inland Deliveries on Table 2A. Must equal the sum of Total Transformation, Energy, Distribution Losses, Transport, Industry and Other sectors. Rows 3, 5, 7, 8: Should correspond to those quantities reported in Table 6B of the Annual Electricity Questionnaire. Rows 4, 6: These quantities, plus amounts reported in "MEMO: Refinery Fuel used for Elec/CHP" in Table 2A, should correspond to those quantities reported in Table 6B of the Annual Electricity Questionnaire. Columns AA, AB: Already included in Petroleum Coke (column X) and Other Products (column Y).

10 TABLE = 3 YEAR = 2006 GROSS DELIVERIES BY SECTOR Unit: Thousand Metric Tons Unit: Thousand Metric Tons RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS PETCOKNE OPRODNE Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP Lubricants Bitumen Paraffin Waxes Petroleum Coke Other Oil Products TOTAL (A to Y excl. HNOPRS NON-ENERGY USE BY SECTOR Petroleum Coke Other OilProducts Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA AB Inland Demand (Total Consumption) 1 0 Transformation Sector 2 Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants 3 Autoproducer Electricity Plants 4 Main Activity Producer CHP Plants 5 Autoproducer CHP Plants 6 Main Activity Producer Heat Plants 7 Autoproducer Heat Plants 8 Gas Works (Transformation) 9 For Blended Natural Gas 10 Coke Ovens (Transformation) 11 Blast Furnaces (Transformation) 12 Petrochemical Industry 13 Patent Fuel Plants (Transformation) 14 Non-specified (Transformation) 15 Energy Sector 16 Coal Mines 17 Oil and Gas Extraction 18 Coke Ovens (Energy) 19 Blast Furnaces (Energy) 20 Gas Works (Energy) 21 Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants 22 Non-specified (Energy) Distribution Losses Total Final Consumption Transport Sector 26 International Aviation 27 Domestic Aviation 28 Road 29 Rail 30 Domestic Navigation 31 Pipeline Transport 32 Non-specified (Transport)

11 TABLE = 3 YEAR = 2006 GROSS DELIVERIES BY SECTOR Unit: Thousand Metric Tons Unit: Thousand Metric Tons RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS PETCOKNE OPRODNE Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP Lubricants Bitumen Paraffin Waxes Petroleum Coke Other Oil Products TOTAL (A to Y excl. HNOPRS NON-ENERGY USE BY SECTOR Petroleum Coke Other OilProducts Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA AB Industry Sector 34 Iron and Steel 35 Chemical (including Petrochemical) 36 Non-Ferrous Metals 37 Non-Metallic Minerals 38 Transport Equipment 39 Machinery 40 Mining and Quarrying 41 Food, Beverages and Tobacco 42 Paper, Pulp and Printing 43 Wood and Wood Products 44 Construction 45 Textiles and Leather 46 Non-specified (Industry) 47 Other Sectors 48 Commercial and Public Services 49 Residential 50 Agriculture/Forestry 51 Fishing 52 Non-specified (Other) 53 MEMO ITEM: Below categories are already included in the a Total Non-Energy Use 54 Non-Energy Use in Transformation Sector 55 Non-Energy Use in Energy Sector 56 Non-Energy Use in Transport 57 Non-Energy Use in Industry 58 Of which: Non-Energy Use-Chemical/Petrochem. 59 Non-Energy Use in Other Sectors Row 1: Must correspond to Gross Inland Deliveries on Table 2A. Rows 3, 5, 7, 8: Should correspond to those quantities reported i Rows 4, 6: These quantities, plus amounts reported in "MEMO: R correspond to those quantities reported in Table 6 Columns AA, AB: Already included in Petroleum Coke (column X

12 TABLE = 4 YEAR = 2006 IMPORTS BY ORIGIN of Origin Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFFEEDS ADDITIVE NONCRUDE CRNGFEED ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Feedstocks Additives/ Oxygenates Other Hydrocarbons TOTAL (A to E) Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Of which Aviation Gasoline Kerosene Gasoline Biogasoline Gasoline Type Type Jet Fuel Jet Fuel A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O Algeria 1 0 Angola 2 0 Argentina 3 0 Armenia 4 0 Australia 5 0 Austria 6 0 Azerbaijan 7 0 Bahamas 8 0 Bahrain 9 0 Belarus 10 0 Belgium 11 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina 12 0 Brazil 13 0 Brunei Darussalam 14 0 Bulgaria 15 0 Cameroon 16 0 Canada 17 0 China, People's Republic 18 0 Colombia 19 0 Congo 20 0 Congo, Democratic Republic 21 0 Croatia 22 0 Cyprus 23 0 Czech Republic 24 0 Denmark 25 0 Ecuador 26 0 Egypt 27 0 Estonia 28 0 Finland 29 0 France 30 0 Gabon 31 0 Georgia 32 0 Germany 33 0 Greece 34 0 Hong Kong (China) 35 0 Hungary 36 0 Iceland 37 0 Other Kerosene

13 TABLE = 4 YEAR = 2006 IMPORTS BY ORIGIN of Origin Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFFEEDS ADDITIVE NONCRUDE CRNGFEED ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Feedstocks Additives/ Oxygenates Other Hydrocarbons TOTAL (A to E) Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Of which Aviation Gasoline Kerosene Gasoline Biogasoline Gasoline Type Type Jet Fuel Jet Fuel A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O India 38 0 Indonesia 39 0 Iran, Islamic Republic 40 0 Iraq 41 0 Ireland 42 0 Italy 43 0 Japan 44 0 Kazakhstan 45 0 Korea 46 0 Kuwait 47 0 Kyrgyzstan 48 0 Latvia 49 0 Libya 50 0 Lithuania 51 0 Luxembourg 52 0 Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic 53 0 Malaysia 54 0 Malta 55 0 Mexico 56 0 Moldova, Republic 57 0 Montenegro 58 0 Netherlands 59 0 Netherlands Antilles 60 0 New Zealand 61 0 Nigeria 62 0 Norway 63 0 Oman 64 0 Other Africa 65 0 Other Asia and Pacific 66 0 Other Europe 67 0 Other Former USSR 68 0 Other Former Yugoslavia 69 0 Other Latin America 70 0 Other Near and Middle East 71 0 Papua New Guinea 72 0 Peru 73 0 Poland 74 0 Portugal 75 0 Qatar 76 0 Romania 77 0 Russia 78 0 Saudi Arabia 79 0 Serbia 80 0 Other Kerosene

14 TABLE = 4 YEAR = 2006 IMPORTS BY ORIGIN of Origin Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFFEEDS ADDITIVE NONCRUDE CRNGFEED ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Feedstocks Additives/ Oxygenates Other Hydrocarbons TOTAL (A to E) Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Of which Aviation Gasoline Kerosene Gasoline Biogasoline Gasoline Type Type Jet Fuel Jet Fuel A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O Singapore 81 0 Slovak Republic 82 0 Slovenia 83 0 Spain 84 0 Sweden 85 0 Switzerland 86 0 Syria 87 0 Tajikistan 88 0 Trinidad and Tobago 89 0 Tunisia 90 0 Turkey 91 0 Turkmenistan 92 0 Ukraine 93 0 United Arab Emirates 94 0 United Kingdom 95 0 United States 96 0 Uzbekistan 97 0 Venezuela 98 0 Vietnam 99 0 Yemen Non-specified/Other Total Imports (Trade) 102 Other Kerosene Rows 65 to 71, and 101: Please specify on the remarks page. Row 102: Must be carried over to Total Imports on Tables 1 and 2A (row 5).

15 TABLE = 4 YEAR = 2006 IMPORTS BY ORIGIN of Origin Algeria 1 Angola 2 Argentina 3 Armenia 4 Australia 5 Austria 6 Azerbaijan 7 Bahamas 8 Bahrain 9 Belarus 10 Belgium 11 Bosnia and Herzegovina 12 Brazil 13 Brunei Darussalam 14 Bulgaria 15 Cameroon 16 Canada 17 China, People's Republic 18 Colombia 19 Congo 20 Congo, Democratic Republic 21 Croatia 22 Cyprus 23 Czech Republic 24 Denmark 25 Ecuador 26 Egypt 27 Estonia 28 Finland 29 France 30 Gabon 31 Georgia 32 Germany 33 Greece 34 Hong Kong (China) 35 Hungary 36 Iceland 37 Unit: Thousand Metric Tons GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel Of which Biodiesels Heating and Other Gasoil Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP Lubricants TOTAL (G to AB, excl. K,Q,R,S,U,V) P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA AB AC Bitumen Paraffin Waxes Petroleum Coke Other Oil Products

16 TABLE = 4 YEAR = 2006 IMPORTS BY ORIGIN of Origin Al India i 38 Indonesia 39 Iran, Islamic Republic 40 Iraq 41 Ireland 42 Italy 43 Japan 44 Kazakhstan 45 Korea 46 Kuwait 47 Kyrgyzstan 48 Latvia 49 Libya 50 Lithuania 51 Luxembourg 52 Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic 53 Malaysia 54 Malta 55 Mexico 56 Moldova, Republic 57 Montenegro 58 Netherlands 59 Netherlands Antilles 60 New Zealand 61 Nigeria 62 Norway 63 Oman 64 Other Africa 65 Other Asia and Pacific 66 Other Europe 67 Other Former USSR 68 Other Former Yugoslavia 69 Other Latin America 70 Other Near and Middle East 71 Papua New Guinea 72 Peru 73 Poland 74 Portugal 75 Qatar 76 Romania 77 Russia 78 Saudi Arabia 79 Serbia 80 Unit: Thousand Metric Tons GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel Of which Biodiesels Heating and Other Gasoil Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP Lubricants TOTAL (G to AB, excl. K,Q,R,S,U,V) P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA AB AC Bitumen Paraffin Waxes Petroleum Coke Other Oil Products

17 TABLE = 4 YEAR = 2006 IMPORTS BY ORIGIN of Origin Al Singapore i 81 Slovak Republic 82 Slovenia 83 Spain 84 Sweden 85 Switzerland 86 Syria 87 Tajikistan 88 Trinidad and Tobago 89 Tunisia 90 Turkey 91 Turkmenistan 92 Ukraine 93 United Arab Emirates 94 United Kingdom 95 United States 96 Uzbekistan 97 Venezuela 98 Vietnam 99 Yemen 100 Non-specified/Other 101 Total Imports (Trade) 102 Unit: Thousand Metric Tons GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel Of which Biodiesels Heating and Other Gasoil Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP Lubricants TOTAL (G to AB, excl. K,Q,R,S,U,V) P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA AB AC 0 0 Bitumen Paraffin Waxes Petroleum Coke Other Oil Products Rows 65 to 71, and 101: Please specify on the re Row 102: Must be carried over to Total Imports o

18 TABLE = 5 YEAR = 2006 EXPORTS BY DESTINATION of Destination Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFFEEDS ADDITIVE NONCRUDE CRNGFEED ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Feedstocks Additives/ Oxygenates Other Hydrocarbons TOTAL (A to E) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O Algeria 1 0 Argentina 2 0 Armenia 3 0 Australia 4 0 Austria 5 0 Azerbaijan 6 0 Belarus 7 0 Belgium 8 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina 9 0 Brazil 10 0 Bulgaria 11 0 Canada 12 0 China, People's Republic 13 0 Chinese Taipei 14 0 Colombia 15 0 Croatia 16 0 Cyprus 17 0 Czech Republic 18 0 Denmark 19 0 Egypt 20 0 Estonia 21 0 Finland 22 0 France 23 0 Georgia 24 0 Germany 25 0 Greece 26 0 Hong Kong (China) 27 0 Hungary 28 0 Iceland 29 0 India 30 0 Indonesia 31 0 Iran, Islamic Republic 32 0 Iraq 33 0 Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Gasoline Of which Biogasoline Aviation Gasoline Gasoline Type Jet Fuel Kerosene Type Jet Fuel Other Kerosene

19 TABLE = 5 YEAR = 2006 EXPORTS BY DESTINATION of Destination Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFFEEDS ADDITIVE NONCRUDE CRNGFEED ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Feedstocks Additives/ Oxygenates Other Hydrocarbons TOTAL (A to E) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O Ireland 34 0 Israel 35 0 Italy 36 0 Japan 37 0 Kazakhstan 38 0 Korea 39 0 Kuwait 40 0 Kyrgyzstan 41 0 Latvia 42 0 Lebanon 43 0 Libya 44 0 Lithuania 45 0 Luxembourg 46 0 Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic 47 0 Malaysia 48 0 Malta 49 0 Mexico 50 0 Moldova, Republic 51 0 Montenegro 52 0 Netherlands 53 0 Netherlands Antilles 54 0 New Zealand 55 0 Nigeria 56 0 Norway 57 0 Other Africa 58 0 Other Asia and Pacific 59 0 Other Europe 60 0 Other Former USSR 61 0 Other Former Yugoslavia 62 0 Other Latin America 63 0 Other Near and Middle East 64 0 Pakistan 65 0 Philippines 66 0 Poland 67 0 Portugal 68 0 Qatar 69 0 Romania 70 0 Russia 71 0 Saudi Arabia 72 0 Serbia 73 0 Singapore 74 0 Slovak Republic 75 0 Slovenia 76 0 South Africa 77 0 Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Gasoline Of which Biogasoline Aviation Gasoline Gasoline Type Jet Fuel Kerosene Type Jet Fuel Other Kerosene

20 TABLE = 5 YEAR = 2006 EXPORTS BY DESTINATION of Destination Unit: Thousand Metric Tons CRUDEOIL NGL REFFEEDS ADDITIVE NONCRUDE CRNGFEED ETHANE LPG NAPHTHA MOTORGAS BIOGASOL AVGAS JETGAS JETKERO OTHKERO Crude Oil Natural Gas Liquids Refinery Feedstocks Additives/ Oxygenates Other Hydrocarbons TOTAL (A to E) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O Spain 78 0 Sweden 79 0 Switzerland 80 0 Syria 81 0 Tajikistan 82 0 Thailand 83 0 Trinidad and Tobago 84 0 Tunisia 85 0 Turkey 86 0 Turkmenistan 87 0 Ukraine 88 0 United Kingdom 89 0 United States 90 0 Uzbekistan 91 0 Venezuela 92 0 Vietnam 93 0 Non-specified/Other 94 0 Total Exports (Trade) 95 Ethane LPG Naphtha Motor Gasoline Of which Biogasoline Aviation Gasoline Gasoline Type Jet Fuel Kerosene Type Jet Fuel Other Kerosene Rows 58 to 64, 94: Please specify on the remarks page. Row 95: Must be carried over to Total Exports on Tables 1 and 2A (row 6).

21 TABLE = 5 YEAR = 2006 EXPORTS BY DESTINATION of Destination Algeria 1 Argentina 2 Armenia 3 Australia 4 Austria 5 Azerbaijan 6 Belarus 7 Belgium 8 Bosnia and Herzegovina 9 Brazil 10 Bulgaria 11 Canada 12 China, People's Republic 13 Chinese Taipei 14 Colombia 15 Croatia 16 Cyprus 17 Czech Republic 18 Denmark 19 Egypt 20 Estonia 21 Finland 22 France 23 Georgia 24 Germany 25 Greece 26 Hong Kong (China) 27 Hungary 28 Iceland 29 India 30 Indonesia 31 Iran, Islamic Republic 32 Iraq 33 Unit: Thousand Metric Tons GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel Of which Biodiesels Heating and Other Gasoil Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP Lubricants Other Oil Products TOTAL (G to AB, excl. K,Q,R,S,U,V) P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA AB AC Bitumen Paraffin Waxes Petroleum Coke

22 TABLE = 5 YEAR = 2006 EXPORTS BY DESTINATION of Destination Al Ireland i 34 Israel 35 Italy 36 Japan 37 Kazakhstan 38 Korea 39 Kuwait 40 Kyrgyzstan 41 Latvia 42 Lebanon 43 Libya 44 Lithuania 45 Luxembourg 46 Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic 47 Malaysia 48 Malta 49 Mexico 50 Moldova, Republic 51 Montenegro 52 Netherlands 53 Netherlands Antilles 54 New Zealand 55 Nigeria 56 Norway 57 Other Africa 58 Other Asia and Pacific 59 Other Europe 60 Other Former USSR 61 Other Former Yugoslavia 62 Other Latin America 63 Other Near and Middle East 64 Pakistan 65 Philippines 66 Poland 67 Portugal 68 Qatar 69 Romania 70 Russia 71 Saudi Arabia 72 Serbia 73 Singapore 74 Slovak Republic 75 Slovenia 76 South Africa 77 Unit: Thousand Metric Tons GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel Of which Biodiesels Heating and Other Gasoil Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP Lubricants Other Oil Products TOTAL (G to AB, excl. K,Q,R,S,U,V) P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA AB AC Bitumen Paraffin Waxes Petroleum Coke

23 TABLE = 5 YEAR = 2006 EXPORTS BY DESTINATION of Destination Al Spaini 78 Sweden 79 Switzerland 80 Syria 81 Tajikistan 82 Thailand 83 Trinidad and Tobago 84 Tunisia 85 Turkey 86 Turkmenistan 87 Ukraine 88 United Kingdom 89 United States 90 Uzbekistan 91 Venezuela 92 Vietnam 93 Non-specified/Other 94 Total Exports (Trade) 95 Unit: Thousand Metric Tons GASDIES DIESEL BIODIESEL HEATOIL RESFUEL LOWSULF HIGHSULF WHITESP LUBRIC BITUMEN PARWAX PETCOKE OPRODS TOTPRODS Gas-Diesel Oil Transport Diesel Of which Biodiesels Heating and Other Gasoil Residual Fuel Oil Fuel Oil- Low Sulphur ( < 1%) Fuel Oil- High Sulphur (>= 1%) White Spirit and SBP Lubricants Other Oil Products TOTAL (G to AB, excl. K,Q,R,S,U,V) P Q R S T U V W X Y Z AA AB AC 0 0 Bitumen Paraffin Waxes Petroleum Coke Rows 58 to 64, 94: Please specify on the rema Row 95: Must be carried over to Total Exports o

24 Crude Oil Indigenous Production From Other Sources From Other Sources - Coal From Other Sources - Natural Gas From Other Sources - Renewables Backflows to Refineries Primary Product Receipts Refinery Gross Output Inputs of Recycled Products Refinery Fuel Total Imports (Balance) Total Exports (Balance) International Marine Bunkers Interproduct Transfers Products Transferred Direct Use Stock Changes (National Territory) Refinery Intake (Calculated) 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Calculated) 0 0 Statistical Differences 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) 0 0 Refinery Intake (Observed) Opening Stock Level (National Territory) Closing Stock Level (National Territory) Net Calorific Value of Production Net Calorific Value of Imports Net Calorific Value of Exports Net Calorific Value - Average Refinery Fuel for Electricity Generation Refinery Fuel for CHP Production Stock Changes at Public Utilities Refinery Losses Gross Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Non-Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Net Deliveries of Total Products Net Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Inland Demand (Total Consumption) 0 0 Transformation Sector 0 0 Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants Autoproducer Electricity Plants Main Activity Producer CHP Plants Autoproducer CHP Plants Main Activity Producer Heat Plants Autoproducer Heat Plants Gas Works (Transformation) For Blended Natural Gas Coke Ovens (Transformation) Blast Furnaces (Transformation) Petrochemical Industry Patent Fuel Plants (Transformation) Non-specified (Transformation) Energy Sector 0 0 Coal Mines Oil and Gas Extraction Coke Ovens (Energy) Blast Furnaces (Energy) Gas Works (Energy) Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants Non-specified (Energy) Distribution Losses Total Final Consumption 0 0 Transport Sector 0 0 International Aviation Domestic Aviation Road Rail Domestic Navigation Pipeline Transport Non-specified (Transport) Industry Sector 0 0 Iron and Steel Chemical (including Petrochemical) Non-Ferrous Metals Non-Metallic Minerals Transport Equipment Machinery Mining and Quarrying Food, Beverages and Tobacco Paper, Pulp and Printing Wood and Wood Products Construction Textiles and Leather Non-specified (Industry) Other Sectors 0 0 Commercial and Public Services Residential Agriculture/Forestry Fishing Non-specified (Other) Total Non-Energy Use 0 0 Non-Energy Use in Transformation Sector Non-Energy Use in Energy Sector Non-Energy Use in Transport Non-Energy Use in Industry Of which: Non-Energy Use-Chemical/Petrochem Non-Energy Use in Other Sectors

25 Crude Oil Total Imports (Trade) 0 0 Algeria Angola Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Cameroon Canada China, People's Republic Colombia Congo Congo, Democratic Republic Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Finland France Gabon Georgia Germany Greece Hong Kong (China) Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova, Republic Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Oman Other Africa Other Asia and Pacific Other Europe Other Former USSR Other Former Yugoslavia Other Latin America Other Near and Middle East Papua New Guinea Peru Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Non-specified/Other

26 Crude Oil Total Exports (Trade) 0 0 Algeria Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Canada China, People's Republic Chinese Taipei Colombia Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Egypt Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hong Kong (China) Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lebanon Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova, Republic Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Other Africa Other Asia and Pacific Other Europe Other Former USSR Other Former Yugoslavia Other Latin America Other Near and Middle East Pakistan Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Non-specified/Other

27 Natural Gas Liquids Indigenous Production From Other Sources From Other Sources - Coal From Other Sources - Natural Gas From Other Sources - Renewables Backflows to Refineries Primary Product Receipts Refinery Gross Output Inputs of Recycled Products Refinery Fuel Total Imports (Balance) Total Exports (Balance) International Marine Bunkers Interproduct Transfers Products Transferred Direct Use Stock Changes (National Territory) Refinery Intake (Calculated) 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Calculated) 0 0 Statistical Differences 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) 0 0 Refinery Intake (Observed) Opening Stock Level (National Territory) Closing Stock Level (National Territory) Net Calorific Value of Production Net Calorific Value of Imports Net Calorific Value of Exports Net Calorific Value - Average Refinery Fuel for Electricity Generation Refinery Fuel for CHP Production Stock Changes at Public Utilities Refinery Losses Gross Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Non-Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Net Deliveries of Total Products Net Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Inland Demand (Total Consumption) 0 0 Transformation Sector 0 0 Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants Autoproducer Electricity Plants Main Activity Producer CHP Plants Autoproducer CHP Plants Main Activity Producer Heat Plants Autoproducer Heat Plants Gas Works (Transformation) For Blended Natural Gas Coke Ovens (Transformation) Blast Furnaces (Transformation) Petrochemical Industry Patent Fuel Plants (Transformation) Non-specified (Transformation) Energy Sector 0 0 Coal Mines Oil and Gas Extraction Coke Ovens (Energy) Blast Furnaces (Energy) Gas Works (Energy) Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants Non-specified (Energy) Distribution Losses Total Final Consumption 0 0 Transport Sector 0 0 International Aviation Domestic Aviation Road Rail Domestic Navigation Pipeline Transport Non-specified (Transport) Industry Sector 0 0 Iron and Steel Chemical (including Petrochemical) Non-Ferrous Metals Non-Metallic Minerals Transport Equipment Machinery Mining and Quarrying Food, Beverages and Tobacco Paper, Pulp and Printing Wood and Wood Products Construction Textiles and Leather Non-specified (Industry) Other Sectors 0 0 Commercial and Public Services Residential Agriculture/Forestry Fishing Non-specified (Other) Total Non-Energy Use 0 0 Non-Energy Use in Transformation Sector Non-Energy Use in Energy Sector Non-Energy Use in Transport Non-Energy Use in Industry Of which: Non-Energy Use-Chemical/Petrochem Non-Energy Use in Other Sectors

28 Natural Gas Liquids Total Imports (Trade) 0 0 Algeria Angola Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Cameroon Canada China, People's Republic Colombia Congo Congo, Democratic Republic Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Finland France Gabon Georgia Germany Greece Hong Kong (China) Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova, Republic Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Oman Other Africa Other Asia and Pacific Other Europe Other Former USSR Other Former Yugoslavia Other Latin America Other Near and Middle East Papua New Guinea Peru Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Non-specified/Other

29 Natural Gas Liquids Total Exports (Trade) 0 0 Algeria Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Canada China, People's Republic Chinese Taipei Colombia Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Egypt Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hong Kong (China) Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lebanon Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova, Republic Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Other Africa Other Asia and Pacific Other Europe Other Former USSR Other Former Yugoslavia Other Latin America Other Near and Middle East Pakistan Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Non-specified/Other

30 Refinery Feedstocks Indigenous Production From Other Sources From Other Sources - Coal From Other Sources - Natural Gas From Other Sources - Renewables Backflows to Refineries Primary Product Receipts Refinery Gross Output Inputs of Recycled Products Refinery Fuel Total Imports (Balance) Total Exports (Balance) International Marine Bunkers Interproduct Transfers Products Transferred Direct Use Stock Changes (National Territory) Refinery Intake (Calculated) 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Calculated) Statistical Differences 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) Refinery Intake (Observed) Opening Stock Level (National Territory) Closing Stock Level (National Territory) Net Calorific Value of Production Net Calorific Value of Imports Net Calorific Value of Exports Net Calorific Value - Average Refinery Fuel for Electricity Generation Refinery Fuel for CHP Production Stock Changes at Public Utilities Refinery Losses Gross Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Non-Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Net Deliveries of Total Products Net Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Inland Demand (Total Consumption) Transformation Sector Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants Autoproducer Electricity Plants Main Activity Producer CHP Plants Autoproducer CHP Plants Main Activity Producer Heat Plants Autoproducer Heat Plants Gas Works (Transformation) For Blended Natural Gas Coke Ovens (Transformation) Blast Furnaces (Transformation) Petrochemical Industry Patent Fuel Plants (Transformation) Non-specified (Transformation) Energy Sector Coal Mines Oil and Gas Extraction Coke Ovens (Energy) Blast Furnaces (Energy) Gas Works (Energy) Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants Non-specified (Energy) Distribution Losses Total Final Consumption Transport Sector International Aviation Domestic Aviation Road Rail Domestic Navigation Pipeline Transport Non-specified (Transport) Industry Sector Iron and Steel Chemical (including Petrochemical) Non-Ferrous Metals Non-Metallic Minerals Transport Equipment Machinery Mining and Quarrying Food, Beverages and Tobacco Paper, Pulp and Printing Wood and Wood Products Construction Textiles and Leather Non-specified (Industry) Other Sectors Commercial and Public Services Residential Agriculture/Forestry Fishing Non-specified (Other) Total Non-Energy Use Non-Energy Use in Transformation Sector Non-Energy Use in Energy Sector Non-Energy Use in Transport Non-Energy Use in Industry Of which: Non-Energy Use-Chemical/Petrochem Non-Energy Use in Other Sectors

31 Refinery Feedstocks Total Imports (Trade) 0 0 Algeria Angola Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Cameroon Canada China, People's Republic Colombia Congo Congo, Democratic Republic Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Finland France Gabon Georgia Germany Greece Hong Kong (China) Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova, Republic Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Oman Other Africa Other Asia and Pacific Other Europe Other Former USSR Other Former Yugoslavia Other Latin America Other Near and Middle East Papua New Guinea Peru Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Non-specified/Other

32 Refinery Feedstocks Total Exports (Trade) 0 0 Algeria Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Canada China, People's Republic Chinese Taipei Colombia Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Egypt Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hong Kong (China) Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lebanon Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova, Republic Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Other Africa Other Asia and Pacific Other Europe Other Former USSR Other Former Yugoslavia Other Latin America Other Near and Middle East Pakistan Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Non-specified/Other

33 Additives/Oxygenates Indigenous Production From Other Sources From Other Sources - Coal From Other Sources - Natural Gas From Other Sources - Renewables Backflows to Refineries Primary Product Receipts Refinery Gross Output Inputs of Recycled Products Refinery Fuel Total Imports (Balance) Total Exports (Balance) International Marine Bunkers Interproduct Transfers Products Transferred Direct Use Stock Changes (National Territory) Refinery Intake (Calculated) 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Calculated) Statistical Differences 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) Refinery Intake (Observed) Opening Stock Level (National Territory) Closing Stock Level (National Territory) Net Calorific Value of Production Net Calorific Value of Imports Net Calorific Value of Exports Net Calorific Value - Average Refinery Fuel for Electricity Generation Refinery Fuel for CHP Production Stock Changes at Public Utilities Refinery Losses Gross Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Non-Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Net Deliveries of Total Products Net Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Inland Demand (Total Consumption) Transformation Sector Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants Autoproducer Electricity Plants Main Activity Producer CHP Plants Autoproducer CHP Plants Main Activity Producer Heat Plants Autoproducer Heat Plants Gas Works (Transformation) For Blended Natural Gas Coke Ovens (Transformation) Blast Furnaces (Transformation) Petrochemical Industry Patent Fuel Plants (Transformation) Non-specified (Transformation) Energy Sector Coal Mines Oil and Gas Extraction Coke Ovens (Energy) Blast Furnaces (Energy) Gas Works (Energy) Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants Non-specified (Energy) Distribution Losses Total Final Consumption Transport Sector International Aviation Domestic Aviation Road Rail Domestic Navigation Pipeline Transport Non-specified (Transport) Industry Sector Iron and Steel Chemical (including Petrochemical) Non-Ferrous Metals Non-Metallic Minerals Transport Equipment Machinery Mining and Quarrying Food, Beverages and Tobacco Paper, Pulp and Printing Wood and Wood Products Construction Textiles and Leather Non-specified (Industry) Other Sectors Commercial and Public Services Residential Agriculture/Forestry Fishing Non-specified (Other) Total Non-Energy Use Non-Energy Use in Transformation Sector Non-Energy Use in Energy Sector Non-Energy Use in Transport Non-Energy Use in Industry Of which: Non-Energy Use-Chemical/Petrochem Non-Energy Use in Other Sectors

34 Additives/Oxygenates Total Imports (Trade) 0 0 Algeria Angola Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Cameroon Canada China, People's Republic Colombia Congo Congo, Democratic Republic Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Finland France Gabon Georgia Germany Greece Hong Kong (China) Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova, Republic Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Oman Other Africa Other Asia and Pacific Other Europe Other Former USSR Other Former Yugoslavia Other Latin America Other Near and Middle East Papua New Guinea Peru Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Yemen Non-specified/Other

35 Additives/Oxygenates Total Exports (Trade) 0 0 Algeria Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Brazil Bulgaria Canada China, People's Republic Chinese Taipei Colombia Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Egypt Estonia Finland France Georgia Germany Greece Hong Kong (China) Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran, Islamic Republic Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Japan Kazakhstan Korea Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Latvia Lebanon Libya Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic Malaysia Malta Mexico Moldova, Republic Montenegro Netherlands Netherlands Antilles New Zealand Nigeria Norway Other Africa Other Asia and Pacific Other Europe Other Former USSR Other Former Yugoslavia Other Latin America Other Near and Middle East Pakistan Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Serbia Singapore Slovak Republic Slovenia South Africa Spain Sweden Switzerland Syria Tajikistan Thailand Trinidad and Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine United Kingdom United States Uzbekistan Venezuela Vietnam Non-specified/Other

36 Biofuels Indigenous Production From Other Sources From Other Sources - Coal From Other Sources - Natural Gas From Other Sources - Renewables Backflows to Refineries Primary Product Receipts Refinery Gross Output Inputs of Recycled Products Refinery Fuel Total Imports (Balance) Total Exports (Balance) International Marine Bunkers Interproduct Transfers Products Transferred Direct Use Stock Changes (National Territory) Refinery Intake (Calculated) 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Calculated) Statistical Differences 0 0 Gross Inland Deliveries (Observed) Refinery Intake (Observed) Opening Stock Level (National Territory) Closing Stock Level (National Territory) Net Calorific Value of Production Net Calorific Value of Imports Net Calorific Value of Exports Net Calorific Value - Average Refinery Fuel for Electricity Generation Refinery Fuel for CHP Production Stock Changes at Public Utilities Refinery Losses Gross Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Non-Energy Use in Petrochemical Sector Net Deliveries of Total Products Net Deliveries to Petrochemical Sector Inland Demand (Total Consumption) Transformation Sector Main Activity Producer Electricity Plants Autoproducer Electricity Plants Main Activity Producer CHP Plants Autoproducer CHP Plants Main Activity Producer Heat Plants Autoproducer Heat Plants Gas Works (Transformation) For Blended Natural Gas Coke Ovens (Transformation) Blast Furnaces (Transformation) Petrochemical Industry Patent Fuel Plants (Transformation) Non-specified (Transformation) Energy Sector Coal Mines Oil and Gas Extraction Coke Ovens (Energy) Blast Furnaces (Energy) Gas Works (Energy) Own Use in Electricity, CHP and Heat Plants Non-specified (Energy) Distribution Losses Total Final Consumption Transport Sector International Aviation Domestic Aviation Road Rail Domestic Navigation Pipeline Transport Non-specified (Transport) Industry Sector Iron and Steel Chemical (including Petrochemical) Non-Ferrous Metals Non-Metallic Minerals Transport Equipment Machinery Mining and Quarrying Food, Beverages and Tobacco Paper, Pulp and Printing Wood and Wood Products Construction Textiles and Leather Non-specified (Industry) Other Sectors Commercial and Public Services Residential Agriculture/Forestry Fishing Non-specified (Other) Total Non-Energy Use Non-Energy Use in Transformation Sector Non-Energy Use in Energy Sector Non-Energy Use in Transport Non-Energy Use in Industry Of which: Non-Energy Use-Chemical/Petrochem Non-Energy Use in Other Sectors

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