Energy and Mining indicators for Sudan

Energy and Mining indicators for Sudan

  • Updated January 30, 2020 | Dataset date: Jan 1, 1960-Dec 31, 2019
    This dataset updates: Every year
    Contains data from the World Bank's data portal. There is also a consolidated country dataset on HDX. The world economy needs ever-increasing amounts of energy to sustain economic growth, raise living standards, and reduce poverty. But today's trends in energy use are not sustainable. As the world's population grows and economies become more industrialized, nonrenewable energy sources will become scarcer and more costly. Data here on energy production, use, dependency, and efficiency are compiled by the World Bank from the International Energy Agency and the Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center. Indicators: Access to electricity, Adjusted savings, Alternative and nuclear energy, CO2 emissions from gaseous fuel consumption, CO2 emissions from liquid fuel consumption, Combustible renewables and waste, Electric power consumption, Electric power transmission and distribution losses, Electricity production from coal sources, Electricity production from hydroelectric sources, Electricity production from natural gas sources, Electricity production from nuclear sources, Electricity production from oil, Electricity production from oil sources, Electricity production from renewable sources, Energy imports, Energy intensity level of primary energy, Energy related methane emissions, Energy use, Firms using banks to finance investment, Fossil fuel energy consumption, Fuel exports, Fuel imports, GDP per unit of energy use, Methane emissions in energy sector, Mineral rents, Natural gas rents, Nitrous oxide emissions in energy sector, Oil rents, Ores and metals exports, Ores and metals imports, Pump price for diesel fuel, Pump price for gasoline, Renewable electricity output, Renewable energy consumption, Time required to get electricity, Time to obtain an electrical connection, Total natural resources rents, Value lost due to electrical outages