China Energy Statistical Yearbook, 2007
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China Energy Statistical Yearbook is an authoritative reference book, which gives you a full picture of China's energy construction, production, consumption and supply & demand. Starting from 1986, the Department of Industrial and Transportation Statistics, National Bureau of Statistics or NBS had begun editing the book, and starting from the edition of 2000-2002, the book has been jointly edited by the department together with Energy Bureau of National Development and Reform Commission or NDRC. 
In order to meet readers' demand for the statistics of China energy and enhance the effectiveness of statistics application, the NBS and the NDRC, starting from 2004, have started to publish the book once a year instead of once every two years in the past and the year on the cover has been changed to the data year from the publication year. Based on the results of the first national economic census, the book made adjustments to the relative national data since 1999 in 2005.

China Energy Statistical Yearbook is featured by the quantity, authority and integrality of information. The book is composed of eight parts as follows: 1) general information, 2) energy construction, 3) energy production, 4) national energy balance, 5) energy consumption, 6) regional energy balance, 7) energy data of Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions and 8) appendix: energy data of Taiwan province, energy data of related nations and regions, explanation of main statistical targets and reference coefficient converting each kind of energy into standard coal.

1 General Information 
1.1 Growth rates of energy production & consumption and GDP
1.2 Main targets of national economy & energy economy 
1.3 Energy consumption for each CNY10,000 GDP  
1.4 Efficiency of energy transformation 
1.5 Energy production and consumption per capita 
1.6 Life energy consumption per capita 
1.7 Number of transportation vehicle (year-end) 
1.8 Imports and exports of major energy products 
1.9 Imports and exports of main energy-consumption products 
1.10 Emission of industrial waste gas by region 
1.11 Discharge and treatment of industrial waste water by region 

2. Energy Construction
2.1 Fixed asset investment of state-owned energy industry by industry
2.2 Composition of fixed-asset investment of state-owned energy industry 
2.3 Fixed asset investment of state-owned energy industry by region 
2.4 Fixed asset investment of state-owned coal mining and prospecting industry by region 
2.5 Fixed asset investment of state-owned oil & gas prospecting industry by region 
2.6 Fixed asset investment of state-owned electric power, steam, hot water production and supply industry by region 
2.7 Fixed asset investment of state-owned oil processing and coking Industry by region 
2.8 Fixed asset investment of state-owned coal gas production and supply industry by region 
2.9 Energy industry investment in cities and towns by industry
2.10 Composition of energy industry investment in cities and towns by industry 
2.11 Energy industry investment in cities and towns by region 
2.12 Investment of coal mining and prospecting industry in cities and towns by region 
2.13 Investment of oil & gas prospecting industry in cities and towns by region 
2.14 Investment of urban in electric power, steam, hot water production and supply industry in cities and towns by region 
2.15 Investment of oil processing and coking Industry in cities and towns by region 
2.16 Investment of coal gas production and supply industry in cities and towns by region 

3. Energy Production 
3.1 Primary energy production and its composition 
3.2 Raw coal production by region 
3.3 Coke production by region 
3.4 Crude oil production by region 
3.5 Fuel oil production by region 
3.6 Gasoline production by region 
3.7 Kerosene production by region 
3.8 Diesel oil production by region 
3.9 Natural gas production by region 
3.10 Power output by region 
3.11 Hydro power output by region 
3.12 Thermal power output by region 
3.13 Natural gas supply in cities by region 
3.14 Coal gas supply in cities by region 
3.15 LPG supply in cities by region 
3.16 Central heat supply in cities by region 

4. Energy Balance Table of China 
4.1 Energy balance of China -2006 (standard quantity) 
4.2 Energy balance of China -2006 (physical quantity) 
4.3 Overall energy balance  
4.4 Coal balance 
4.5 Coke balance  
4.6 Petroleum balance 
4.7 Crude oil balance  
4.8 Fuel oil balance  
4.9 Gasoline balance  
4.10 Kerosene balance 
4.11 Diesel oil balance 
4.12 LPG balance 
4.13 Natural gas balance
4.14 Electric power balance 

5. Energy Consumption 
5.1 Total energy consumption and its composition 
5.2 Industrial final energy consumption by sector in 2006 (physical quantity) 
5.3 Industrial final energy consumption by sector in 2006 (standard quantity) 
5.4 Total energy consumption by industry 
5.5 Total coal consumption by industry 
5.6 Total coke consumption by industry 
5.7 Total crude oil consumption by industry 
5.8 Total gasoline consumption by industry 
5.9 Total kerosene consumption by industry 
5.10 Total diesel oil consumption by industry 
5.11 Total fuel oil consumption by industry
5.12 Total natural gas consumption by industry
5.13 Total electric power consumption by industry 
5.14 Total energy consumption by region 
5.15 Coal consumption by region 
5.16 Coke consumption by region 
5.17 Crude oil consumption by region 
5.18 Fuel oil consumption by region 
5.19 Gasoline oil consumption by region 
5.20 Kerosene oil consumption by region 
5.21 Diesel oil consumption by region 
5.22 Natural gas consumption by region 
5.23 Electric power consumption by region 
5.24 Non-commodity life energy consumption in rural areas by region (biogas) 
5.25 Non-commodity life energy consumption in rural areas by region (stalks) 
5.26 Non-commodity life energy consumption in rural areas by region (firewood) 

6. Energy Balance Table by Region 
6.1 Energy balance of Beijing -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.2 Energy balance of Tianjin -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.3 Energy balance of Hebei -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.4 Energy balance of Shanxi -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.5 Energy balance of Inner Mongolia -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.6 Energy balance of Liaoning -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.7 Energy balance of Jilin -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.8 Energy balance of Heilongjiang -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.9 Energy balance of Shanghai -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.10 Energy balance of Jiangsu -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.11 Energy balance of Zhejiang -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.12 Energy balance of Anhui -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.13 Energy balance of Fujian -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.14 Energy balance of Jiangxi -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.15 Energy balance of Shandong -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.16 Energy balance of Henan -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.17 Energy balance of Hubei -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.18 Energy balance of Hunan -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.19 Energy balance of Guangdong -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.20 Energy balance of Guangxi -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.21 Energy balance of Hainan -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.22 Energy balance of Chongqing -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.23 Energy balance of Sichuan -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.24 Energy balance of Guizhou -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.25 Energy balance of Yunnan -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.26 Energy balance of Shaanxi -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.27 Energy balance of Gansu -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.28 Energy balance of Qinghai -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.29 Energy balance of Ningxia -2006 (physical quantity) 
6.30 Energy balance of Xinjiang -2006 (physical quantity) 

7. Energy Data of Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions 
7.1 Hong Kong major energies and related targets  
7.2 Hong Kong electric power and coal gas consumption  
7.3 Imports of oil products retained by Hong Kong for use  
7.4 Imports of coal products retained by Hong Kong for use  
7.5 Hong Kong electric power production, consumption and import & export
7.6 Macao major energy related targets  
7.7 Macao energy balance table 

Appendix 1: Energy Data of Taiwan Province 
1.1 Major energies and related targets in Taiwan province
1.2 Electric power consumption by sector in Taiwan province
1.3 Energy supply and its composition in Taiwan province
1.4 Total energy consumption and its composition by sector in Taiwan province
1.5 Electric power production and consumption in Taiwan province

Appendix 2: Energy Data of Related Countries and Regions 
2.1 Mid-year population 
2.2 GDP exchange rates algorithm (price in 2000) 
2.3 GDP purchasing power parity algorithm (price in 2000) 
2.4 Total production of energy 
2.5 Energy production/total primary energy supply (self sufficiency) 
2.6 Total primary energy supply /GDP (ton standard oil/US$1,000 in 2000 price) 
2.7 Average per capita energy supply (ton standard oil/person)
2.8 Coal production 
2.9 Crude oil and NGL production 
2.10 Production of natural gas 
2.11 Total electricity generation(2005) 
2.12 Total final consumption of energy 
2.13 Primary supply of coal 
2.14 Primary supply of oil 
2.15 Primary supply of gas 
2.16 GDP Electricity consumption (kw•h/US$ in 2000 price) 
2.17 Per capita electricity consumption (kw•h/person) 
2.18 Net import of coal 
2.19 Net import of oil 
2.20 Net import of natural gas 
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries  1) raw coal electricity consumption 
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries  2) rate of electricity used by power plants
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries  3) ethylene fully energy consumption  
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries  4) standard coal consumption of power supply (thermal power plants) 
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries  5) energy consumption per ton of steel 
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries  6) synthetic ammonia energy consumption large-scale units) 
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries   7) cement fully energy consumption 
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries  8) railway freight transportation fully energy consumption  
2.21 Comparison of per-unit energy consumption of key energy-intensive products between China and foreign countries  9) truck transport fuel consumption

Appendix 3: Explanation of Main Statistical Targets 

Appendix 4: Reference Coefficient Converting Each Kind of Energy into Standard Coal 

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