Georgia Fossil Fuel Consumption 1990-2021

Fossil fuel comprises coal, oil, petroleum, and natural gas products.
  • Georgia fossil fuel consumption for 2014 was 72.21%, a 3.28% increase from 2013.
  • Georgia fossil fuel consumption for 2013 was 68.93%, a 5.53% decline from 2012.
  • Georgia fossil fuel consumption for 2012 was 74.46%, a 1.7% increase from 2011.
  • Georgia fossil fuel consumption for 2011 was 72.77%, a 8.06% increase from 2010.
Data Source: World Bank

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Country Name % of Total Energy Use
Egypt 97.93%
Mongolia 93.20%
Tunisia 88.87%
Moldova 88.69%
Morocco 88.47%
Kosovo 86.12%
Bolivia 84.15%
Kyrgyz Republic 75.48%
Ukraine 75.35%
Bangladesh 73.77%
India 73.58%
Georgia 72.21%
Indonesia 66.09%
Philippines 62.43%
Pakistan 61.59%
Ghana 52.54%
Honduras 52.48%
Sri Lanka 50.55%
El Salvador 48.43%
Angola 48.31%
Myanmar 44.29%
Nicaragua 40.70%
Congo, Rep. 40.48%
Cameroon 38.32%
Sudan 31.73%
Cambodia 30.63%
Nigeria 18.88%
Kenya 17.38%
Georgia Fossil Fuel Consumption - Historical Data
Year % of Total Energy Use Annual Change
2014 72.21% 3.28%
2013 68.93% -5.53%
2012 74.46% 1.70%
2011 72.77% 8.06%
2010 64.70% -2.29%
2009 66.99% 0.20%
2008 66.79% -3.90%
2007 70.69% 0.28%
2006 70.41% 6.00%
2005 64.41% 10.64%
2004 53.77% 1.63%
2003 52.14% 2.56%
2002 49.59% -5.50%
2001 55.09% -3.92%
2000 59.01% 3.32%
1999 55.70% -3.44%
1998 59.14% -0.73%
1997 59.87% -0.67%
1996 60.54% -7.75%
1995 68.29% -12.16%
1994 80.45% 2.47%
1993 77.98% -6.58%
1992 84.57% -2.61%
1991 87.18% -1.66%
1990 88.84% -1.66%