Energy in New Zealand 2015
Energy in New Zealand 2015 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 2015 edition includes information up to the end of the calendar year 2014.
- ISSN: 2324-5913
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- Energy overview [XLSX 385KB]
- Energy indicators [XLSX 134KB]
- Energy balances [XLSX 787KB]
- Coal [XLSX 316KB]
- Oil [XLSX 1.9MB]
- Gas [XLSX 393KB]
- Reserves [XLSX 153KB]
- Renewables [XLSX 168KB]
- Electricity [XLSX 518KB]
- International comparisons
- Fuel properties [XLS 112KB]
Issued 15 September 2015.
Corrections were made on 15 September 2015 to the commentary and tables in Energy in New Zealand, published on 12 August 2015. The corrections relate to unit conversion of natural gas and LPG reserves, and only affect the reserves as at 1 January 2015.
As a result, there were minor changes to reserves for several fields. Ultimate recoverable natural gas and LPG reserves (2P) fell 1% (previously published as increasing by 1%), and remaining natural gas and LPG reserves (2P) fell 12% (previously published as falling by 10%), from 2,642 PJ to 2,328 PJ. Additionally, the Taranaki oil and gas fields map has been updated.