Energy yearbook

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What data can be found in the energy yearbook?

This publication has been prepared by Repsol's Economic Research Department with the aim to provide a tool that will aid objective analysis, discussion, and debate on energy markets. 

It's an energy database with special emphasis on both the oil and natural gas sectors, as well as on electricity generation and sustainability indicators.

The energy industry in figures

Here are some of the most revealing data from the 2022 Energy Yearbook.


Increase in primary energy demand globally in 2022

more dynamic than before the pandemic, despite the context of war and sustained increase in energy prices.


Renewable generation excluding hydropower

Europe has the highest penetration of renewables, excluding hydro, for electricity generation, well above the 16% in the US or 15% in China.


Growth in global CO2 emissions in 2022

in line with the growth in world primary energy demand, reaching a new all-time high.


billion barrels

of oil reserves in the world in 2022. Venezuela accounts for 19% of these reserves. Compared to 2021, world reserves increased by nearly 2%.


billion cubic meters

of global natural gas demand in 2022. Consumption decreased by 1.5% compared to 2021 due to the significant increase in gas prices.

Discover the global distribution of energy sources

In this database, you can find objective information on the production and consumption of oil and natural gas, total electricity generation, and the importance of renewable energies, CO2 emissions, and many others, as aggregate data from 50 countries and 10 regions.