Global Energy Research eStore

The Enerdata e-store offers a wide range of individual energy reports and datasets on the global energy market, as well as a daily key energy news subscription.

We have energy country-specific analyses and datasets, covering all energies, energy policies, supply and demand, and key players. Many additional datasets, for instance on the global LNG trade, refineries worldwide, or power plants (upcoming) around the world, are also available.

You can also get the latest global energy news, including energy and climate markets, policies, industry, infrastructures, and investments through an annual subscription to our multi-channel energy news platform.

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Energy Reports and Datasets


Country Reports

Country Reports

Our country-specific energy market and policies analyses.


Key Energy Intelligence

Key Energy Intelligence

Saily multi-channel global energy news platform.

Energy Datasets

Energy Datasets

Country, regional and global statistics on specific energies and sectors.

Renewable Energy Report

Renewable Report

In-depth regional analysis of clean energies.

Newly Updated Report

Monthly highlight featuring one of our recently updated reports.

  • A 5-year plan was unveiled in 2021 to reduce power transmission and distribution losses. High development of renewable capacities will continue to achieve the ambitious target of 450 GW in 2030.
  • State-owned companies are still large players, such as ONGC, which provided 93% of gas production in 2020, and NTPC for power generation.
  • Oil production fell by around 6% in 2020.
  • Solar and wind capacity reached 76 GW end of 2020.
  • Energy prices decreased in 2020 after several years of increase; this is especially the case for natural gas.
  • Energy consumption fell by more than 3% in 2020, with three-fourths of the consumption still met by fossil fuels.
  • Most of new power capacities will rely on gas and solar, with 40 GW of rooftop solar targeted for mid-2022.


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oil import dependence (2020)