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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.

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In-depth regional analysis of clean energies.

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  • The country aims to reduce GHG emissions by 26-28% below 2005 levels in 2030.
  • The electricity sector has many local and private companies, whereas the oil and gas sectors are dominated by big international companies.
  • Australia is a large exporter of coal, LNG, and uranium, but a net importer of oil.
  • Coal dominates the power mix (58% in 2020), with however a decreasing share (-13 points since 2010), while the share of wind and solar is rising (15% in 2020).
  • Motor fuel prices are around 30% lower than the OECD average.
  • The share of coal in the energy mix has decreased by 8 points since 2010, while the share of natural gas increased by 5 points. Carbon free sources only account for 8%.
  • Several LNG liquefaction projects have reached major project milestones. Several coal mining projects have been approved in New South Wales but are facing opposition from environmental groups.
  • A total of 5 GW of renewables power projects are currently under construction, with a further 100 GW planned.


worldwide for coal exports, uranium reserves, and LNG capacity


reduction in GHG emissions targeted by 2030.

5 GW

of renewables under construction