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QUALITY DECLARATION - SUMMARY
Energy Account, Australia was developed using the System of Environmental-Economic Accounting (SEEA). SEEA was first published by the United Nations (UN) in 1993 and elevated to an international standard in 2012.
Both the physical supply and use data and monetary supply and use data in Energy Account, Australia are released within 20 months of the end of the reference period and contain the latest available Department of Industry, Innovation and Science data. The hybrid (physical and monetary) energy use table is scheduled to be released approximately 28 months after the reference period. It utilises data principally from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, ABS Input–Output tables, EAS and the ABS publication Energy Use, Electricity Generation and Environmental Management, Australia (cat. no. 4660.0). For more information about ABS Input–Output tables, see Australian National Accounts: Input–Output Tables (cat. no. 5209.0.55.001).
Physical data in Energy Account, Australia are based on the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science Australian Energy Statistics. This data have been adjusted to better accord with an Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) (cat. no. 1292.0) industry-based view, using data from the EAS, the Survey of Motor Vehicle Use (cat. no. 9208.0) and Energy Use, Electricity Generation and Environmental Management, Australia (cat. no. 4660.0).
Data for total physical flows of energy are largely coherent with data published in earlier editions of the Energy Account, Australia, although there have been revisions to source data for previous reference years. The allocation of energy conversions by industry in this edition is not completely coherent with previous editions.
As data presented in the Energy Account, Australia are based on ANZSIC, it allows the data to be related to other economic statistics that use this classification, most notably the Australian System of National Accounts (cat. no. 5204.0).
There are five sections of explanatory notes in this publication, which cover:
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