Lithuania Fossil Fuel Consumption 1990-2022

Fossil fuel comprises coal, oil, petroleum, and natural gas products.
  • Lithuania fossil fuel consumption for 2014 was 67.99%, a 2.03% decline from 2013.
  • Lithuania fossil fuel consumption for 2013 was 70.02%, a 2.87% decline from 2012.
  • Lithuania fossil fuel consumption for 2012 was 72.89%, a 0.98% decline from 2011.
  • Lithuania fossil fuel consumption for 2011 was 73.88%, a 0.42% decline from 2010.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name % of Total Energy Use
Brunei 100.00%
Qatar 100.00%
Oman 99.96%
Saudi Arabia 99.93%
Trinidad and Tobago 99.92%
Gibraltar 99.51%
Bahrain 99.37%
Malta 97.79%
Japan 94.41%
Kuwait 93.69%
Australia 93.39%
Hong Kong 93.17%
Cyprus 92.91%
Israel 91.75%
Netherlands 90.92%
Singapore 90.58%
Poland 90.09%
Argentina 87.72%
UAE 86.13%
Greece 86.05%
Ireland 84.44%
Luxembourg 83.33%
United States 83.09%
United Kingdom 82.72%
South Korea 82.40%
Panama 80.71%
Germany 79.71%
Italy 78.59%
Czech Republic 75.28%
Chile 73.25%
Canada 73.19%
Portugal 72.81%
Belgium 72.65%
Spain 71.53%
Croatia 70.70%
Hungary 68.19%
Lithuania 67.99%
Denmark 67.70%
Austria 64.81%
Slovak Republic 63.95%
New Zealand 59.85%
Slovenia 59.66%
Norway 57.98%
Latvia 56.72%
Switzerland 48.74%
Uruguay 46.27%
France 46.23%
Finland 42.18%
Sweden 29.77%
Estonia 14.49%
Iceland 10.93%
Lithuania Fossil Fuel Consumption - Historical Data
Year % of Total Energy Use Annual Change
2014 67.99% -2.03%
2013 70.02% -2.87%
2012 72.89% -0.98%
2011 73.88% -0.42%
2010 74.30% 18.93%
2009 55.37% -4.88%
2008 60.25% -0.72%
2007 60.97% -0.17%
2006 61.15% 1.27%
2005 59.88% 6.52%
2004 53.36% 1.20%
2003 52.16% -1.29%
2002 53.45% -3.99%
2001 57.44% -1.23%
2000 58.67% -1.59%
1999 60.27% 1.02%
1998 59.25% -0.92%
1997 60.17% 1.55%
1996 58.62% -1.35%
1995 59.97% -6.84%
1994 66.81% 5.80%
1993 61.01% -4.04%
1992 65.06% -12.67%
1991 77.73% 1.97%
1990 75.75% 1.97%