Energy in New Zealand 2016
Energy in New Zealand 2016 provides annual information on and analysis of New Zealand’s energy sector including statistics on supply and demand by fuel types, energy balance tables, pricing information and international comparisons.
It is an annual publication, reporting data on a calendar year basis. Latest quarterly information is available under Energy Data.
The 2016 edition includes information up to the end of the calendar year 2015.
- ISSN: 2324-5913
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- Energy overview [XLSX 393KB]
- Energy indicators [XLSX 130KB]
- Energy balances [XLSX 811KB]
- Coal [XLSX 315KB]
- Oil [XLSX 2MB]
- Gas [XLSX 397KB]
- Reserves [XLSX 142KB]
- Renewables [XLSX 116KB]
- Electricity [XLSX 431KB]
- International comparisons
- Fuel properties [XLS 104KB]
Please note: A correction has been made to “Table D.1: National Summary of Activity and Expenditure (All Petroleum Exploration and Mining Permits/Licenses)” resulting in an increase in the Total Well Expenditure and Production permit expenditure for the 2015 year compared to the values initially published. Additionally, Total Wells Drilled and Total Metres Made remain the same as originally published, however the composition within each group has been revised.