Oil consumption by the domestic transport sector in New Zealand
1990–2015, gross petajoules
Total Primary Energy Supply (TPES): the total amount of energy supplied for use in New Zealand. This is calculated as domestic production plus imports, less exports and energy used for international transport.
Energy transformation: the conversion of primary energy to more useful forms of energy. It includes activities such as electricity generation, oil refining, and other transformation (including coal used for steel manufacturing) as well as losses.
Consumer energy demand: includes all energy used by final consumers. It does not include energy transformation.
Non-energy use: refers to the use of fuels to produce non-energy products. These are products where neither the raw energy source used to produce the product nor the product itself is combusted e.g. natural gas conversion to methanol or urea, or oil conversion to bitumen for roads.
Data provided by
Energy in New Zealand: Energy Overview 2016
How to find the data
At URL provided, select 'Energy overview' from under the heading 'View webtables' half-way down the page.
Import & extraction details
File as imported: Energy in New Zealand: Energy Overview 2016
From the dataset Energy in New Zealand: Energy Overview 2016, this data was extracted:
- Sheet: Annual_PJ
- Provided: 4,304 data points
This data forms the table Energy - Primary supply, transformation, and consumption (Yearly) 1974–2015.
Dataset originally released on:
October 10, 2016
About this dataset
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.