4604.0 - Energy Account, Australia, 2016-17 Quality Declaration 
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ENERGY HYBRID ACCOUNTS

The Hybrid accounts use data from the Australian National Accounts: Input-Output Tables 2015 -16 (cat. no. 5209.0.55.001) which is the latest year of data currently available, so the accounts published here are for this year.


ENERGY SUPPLY

Supply of physical coal (black and brown) was 12,792 PJ in 2015-16, making up 47.5% of total energy supply. In contrast, the value of this coal was $38 billion, or 21.3% of total energy supply.

Imports of crude oil and diesel were valued at $7 billion and $9 billion respectively in 2015-16. Together these two products comprised 64.3% ($16 billion) of the value of all energy products imported into Australia during the year.


ENERGY USE

The value of electricity consumed by households was $13.2 billion, about 31.7% of the total value of energy consumed by households. This compared with 208 PJ of electricity, or 17.7% of total energy consumed, by households.

The most valued energy product was black coal use (including exports), valued at $37 billion. Exports of coal (black and brown) was about 57.0% of total exports, worth $35 billion.