Total energy consumption has been on a declining trend ever since the financial downturn of 2008-2009, but increased by 2.6%/year% between 2014 and 2016 to 8.5 Mtoe.
Since 2000, oil has been accounting on average for around 40% of total consumption, gas 20%, electricity 17% and biomass 15 %. The remaining shares are covered by heat and coal.
The largest share of energy is consumed in the residential sector, followed by transport, industry and non-energy use. Compared to 2008 levels, the share of transport increased by 4 % while that of industry fell by 4 %, respectively. The shares of residential and non-enery use remained largely stable.
Last update: 09 2019