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International Data Sources

Some links to sources of international data and information.

General Sites

BP - Energy Economics
BP provides quite a bit of data on international energy issues. The "statistical review" and "energy outlook" sections include sections with regional and country analysis.
International Energy Agency (IEA)
The IEA collects and analyzes international data but charges for much of it. However, it is still worth checking.
International Energy Agency (IEA) - Statistics by Country
A very convenient way to search for statistics by country. For example, see the "electricity and heat" tab.
US Energy Information Administration (EIA) - International Data
The US EIA makes a lot of international data available for free, and also provides some analysis of the energy sectors of countries and regions.

Country-Specific Sites

Some of these sites are in languages other than English.  Google Chrome's ability to translate web pages on the fly may be useful.

Australia - Australian Energy Regulator
Australia - Australian Energy Statistics
Brazil - Ministry of Mines and Energy
Brazil - National Electric Energy Agency
China - China Electricity Council
China - National Bureau of Statistics
China - Wilson Center China Environment Forum Report
Germany - Statistisches Bundesamt
India - Ministry of Power
South Korea - Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO)
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