Suriname Fossil Fuel Consumption 2000-2022

Fossil fuel comprises coal, oil, petroleum, and natural gas products.
  • Suriname fossil fuel consumption for 2014 was 76.25%, a 0.63% decline from 2013.
  • Suriname fossil fuel consumption for 2013 was 76.88%, a 3.43% decline from 2012.
  • Suriname fossil fuel consumption for 2012 was 80.31%, a 1.02% increase from 2011.
  • Suriname fossil fuel consumption for 2011 was 79.29%, a 0.12% decline from 2010.
Data Source: World Bank

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Algeria 99.98%
Kazakhstan 99.17%
Libya 99.11%
Iran 99.02%
Azerbaijan 98.37%
Lebanon 97.62%
Jordan 97.61%
Malaysia 96.63%
Iraq 95.98%
Belarus 92.44%
Russia 92.14%
Mexico 90.28%
Turkey 89.54%
China 87.67%
Ecuador 86.88%
South Africa 86.79%
Dominican Republic 86.56%
Cuba 85.60%
Mauritius 84.54%
Serbia 83.87%
Jamaica 80.97%
Thailand 79.84%
Peru 79.56%
North Macedonia 79.43%
Bosnia 77.52%
Colombia 76.69%
Suriname 76.25%
Botswana 74.69%
Armenia 74.56%
Romania 72.52%
Bulgaria 71.05%
Namibia 66.72%
Montenegro 64.66%
Albania 61.42%
Brazil 59.11%
Costa Rica 49.88%
Guatemala 37.38%
Paraguay 33.70%
Gabon 22.79%
Suriname Fossil Fuel Consumption - Historical Data
Year % of Total Energy Use Annual Change
2014 76.25% -0.63%
2013 76.88% -3.43%
2012 80.31% 1.02%
2011 79.29% -0.12%
2010 79.41% 5.60%
2009 73.81% 0.24%
2008 73.57% -1.36%
2007 74.93% -3.15%
2006 78.08% -4.13%
2005 82.21% 4.80%
2004 77.42% 3.11%
2003 74.30% 4.01%
2002 70.29% -6.37%
2001 76.66% 1.07%
2000 75.58% 1.07%