Israel Fossil Fuel Consumption 1971-2021

Fossil fuel comprises coal, oil, petroleum, and natural gas products.
  • Israel fossil fuel consumption for 2015 was 97.38%, a 5.63% increase from 2014.
  • Israel fossil fuel consumption for 2014 was 91.75%, a 4.83% decline from 2013.
  • Israel fossil fuel consumption for 2013 was 96.57%, a 0.08% decline from 2012.
  • Israel fossil fuel consumption for 2012 was 96.66%, a 0.17% increase from 2011.
Data Source: World Bank

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Similar Country Ranking
Country Name % of Total Energy Use
Israel 97.38%
Netherlands 93.46%
Japan 93.03%
Poland 90.29%
Australia 89.63%
Ireland 85.34%
Greece 82.57%
United States 82.43%
South Korea 81.03%
Luxembourg 80.56%
United Kingdom 80.35%
Italy 79.95%
Germany 78.86%
Czech Republic 77.73%
Portugal 77.02%
Belgium 75.87%
Chile 74.65%
Canada 74.09%
Spain 72.96%
Hungary 69.55%
Austria 65.66%
Denmark 64.93%
Slovak Republic 64.09%
Slovenia 61.11%
New Zealand 59.75%
Norway 56.95%
Switzerland 50.17%
France 46.49%
Finland 40.21%
Sweden 25.12%
Estonia 13.06%
Iceland 11.29%
Israel Fossil Fuel Consumption - Historical Data
Year % of Total Energy Use Annual Change
2015 97.38% 5.63%
2014 91.75% -4.83%
2013 96.57% -0.08%
2012 96.66% 0.17%
2011 96.48% 0.13%
2010 96.35% -0.04%
2009 96.40% -0.14%
2008 96.54% -0.53%
2007 97.07% 0.12%
2006 96.95% 0.33%
2005 96.62% -0.04%
2004 96.66% -0.27%
2003 96.93% 0.02%
2002 96.91% -0.24%
2001 97.15% -0.05%
2000 97.21% 0.04%
1999 97.17% 0.01%
1998 97.16% -0.15%
1997 97.31% 0.05%
1996 97.25% -0.01%
1995 97.26% 0.03%
1994 97.24% 0.12%
1993 97.12% -0.03%
1992 97.15% 0.13%
1991 97.03% 0.02%
1990 97.01% -0.26%
1989 97.27% -0.13%
1988 97.39% 0.24%
1987 97.15% 0.10%
1986 97.06% -0.20%
1985 97.26% -2.74%
1972 99.99% 0.01%
1971 99.98% 0.01%