Bulgaria: Decrease of electricity consumption by 9,4%

11. April 2014. / SEE Energy News

Production of solid fuel in January 2014th compared to December of 2013th has been reduced for 4, 6 % and amounted 3.664 tons, natural gas – for 8, 3 % and amounted 22 million cubic, electricity energy – for 9, 1% and amounted 4.260 GWh. Its shows data announced of National Statistical Institute from Bulgaria.

At the same time there is an increase in production: unleaded gasoline for 5, 4% and amounted 137 thousand tons, diesel for 0, 8 % and amounted 133 thousand tons. Production of propane butane remains unchanged.

Production of the solid fuel was increased In the January 2014th compared to the January 2013th   for 3, 6%. It was reduced the production of unleaded gasol8ine for 2, 1%, diesel for 16, 9%, natural gas for 12 %, electricity for 6, 7 %.

Production of propane butane (TNG) remains unchanged.

Energy supply

In January 2014th compared to the December4 2013th were increased supplies of: unleaded gasoline for 3, 6 % and amounted 26 thousand tons, natural gas for 0, 9 % and amounted 354 million of standard cubic meters.

There were reduced supplies of: solid fuels for 4, 3 % and amounted 3.889 thousand tons, propane butane for 2, 9 % and amounted 33 thousand tons, diesel for 23, 9 % and amounted 108 thousand tons, electricity for 6, 6 % and amounted 3. 271GWh.

In the January 2014th compared to the January 2013th there were increased supplies of: solid fuels for 13, 9%, propane butane for 32 %, unleaded gasoline for 38, 1 %, diesel for 10, 2 %.

Supplies of natural gas have been reduced for 5, 9% and of electricity for 9, 4 %.

Source; Serbia Energy See Desk

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