110+ insightful and comprehensive country reports covering policy/regulatory, market structure, players, supply and demand, prices, infrastructure and prospects. Includes visual graphs and easy-to-read tables. Easy country benchmark, content search engine and custom report generation.
The one-stop shop for expert energy insight
Leveraging our globally recognised databases, models, market intelligence tools and over 30 years of energy expertise, Enerdata has developed a full suite of energy information services to feed your analysis and data management system.
The Enerdata online portal offers 24/7 access to comprehensive and up-to-date global energy information, expert analysis as well as robust and exclusive forecasts to business developers, economists, strategists, analysts and researchers alike.
- Over 400 first-class statistical sources in a single interface
- Exclusive benchmark of official data
- Harmonised data and units
- Up to 186 countries covered
- Insightful and customisable market intelligence tools
- Exclusive outputs from the globally recognised POLES and MedPro Forecasting Models
- Premium support from Enerdata analysts
Customisable newsfeed carefully elaborated and verified by Enerdata analysts. Leverages premium global and local information sources on energy and climate topics.
Forecasts to 2040 of demand, prices and GHG emissions by sector for all energies and power mix (exclusive projections from the globally recognized POLES model). 65+ countries/regions covered.
Up to 300 time series (or data series) by country on oil, natural gas, biofuel, coal and power markets for over 40 OECD and non-OECD countries. Updated every month with latest available data from premium sources. Provides statistics from premium sources on production, import, export and consumption.
The most comprehensive annual energy database (up to 2000 data series by country for 186 countries). Continuously updated: the first to release consolidated statistics each year.
Marginal Abatement Cost Curves enables to assess GHG emissions mitigations pools, from the globally recognized POLES model. Detailed projections across economic sectors (industry, buildings, transport, residential-services, energy, power) and subsectors (steel, non-metallic minerals, chemistry, households, tertiary, agriculture, road and air transport.
This innovative service is dedicated to future energy consumption by sector, drilling down to end uses and industrial branches. Enerdata’s Country Energy Demand Forecast offers a powerful modelling platform that is delivered on a simple web interface.
EnerDemand provides a unique selection of data to monitor energy efficiency trends and access detailed information for the world’s largest energy consuming countries.
The 20-year-old project Odyssee is supported by the European Commission and coordinated by the French Environment and Energy Management Agency (ADEME). This database contains energy consumption drivers, efficiency and CO2 related indicators by sector from 1990 until 2016 for the 28 EU members plus Norway. Enerdata manages the online database providing easy-to-use data query software that permits advanced analysis.
Our new Capital Expenditure and Levelized Costs of Electricity module leverages data from premium sources, enabling users to research investment opportunities and benchmark their projects.
This powerful intelligence tool allows you to screen, monitor and analyse power generation asset development. Power Plant Tracker gives you an in-depth understanding of the future of the power generation mix, so you can to assess the industry drivers and identify companies’ asset portfolios.
The LNG database gives detailed and up-to-date information of liquefaction, regasification facilities and LNG carriers for North and South America, Asia or EMEA. Reports identify key gas companies through their shareholdings in processing plants, highlight major projects in new gas producing and importing countries and project future LNG market developments by LNG zone, location, facility name and type.
This database is dedicated to both operational and planned refinery units around the world. It is an indispensable tool used to assess current and future production capacities of refined oil products by country and region.