Department of Energy and Climate Change
Highlights for the 3 month period May to July 2015, compared to the same period a year earlier include:
- Primary energy consumption in the UK on a fuel input basis rose by 0.2%, on a temperature adjusted basis it fell by 0.7%. (table ET 1.2)
- Indigenous energy production rose by a record 11.1% boosted by increased UKCS production with oil up 17.0% and gas up 11.2%. (table ET 1.1)
- Production growth at highest rate since 1999, though still down on 2012 levels. (table ET 1.1)
- Lower coal generation, likely due to reduced capacity and the increase in the carbon floor price from April. (table ET 5.4)
- Gas provided 34.6% of electricity generation by Major Power Producers, with nuclear at 25.1% and coal at 20.2%.* (table ET 5.4)
- Wind generation by Major Power Producers up 95% due to increased capacity and higher wind speeds, whilst overall renewables up 76% with growth in biomass and hydro.* (table ET 5.4)
- Low carbon share of electricity generation by Major Power Producers up 9.0 percentage points to 45.2%, due to rises in renewables generation.* (table ET 5.4)
- Petrol prices down 3.9 pence per litre on month whilst diesel prices down 1.8 pence per litre; diesel now cheaper than petrol for the second consecutive month. (table QEP 4.1.1)
Statistics on monthly production and consumption of coal, electricity*, gas, oil and total energy include data for the UK for the period up to the end of July 2015.
Statistics on average temperatures, wind speeds, sun hours and rainfall include data for the UK for the period up to the end of August 2015.
Statistics on energy prices include retail price data for the UK for August 2015, and petrol & diesel data for September 2015, with EU comparative data for August 2015.
The latest release updates the statistics previously released on 27 August 2015.
The next release of provisional monthly energy statistics will take place on 29 October 2015.
*Major Power Producers (MPPs) data published monthly, all generating companies data published quarterly.
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|Subject and table number||Title|
|ET 1.1||Indigenous production of primary fuels|
|ET 1.2||Inland energy consumption: primary fuel input basis|
|ET 2.5||Coal production and foreign trade|
|ET 2.6||Coal consumption and coal stocks|
|ET 3.10||Indigenous production, refinery receipts, imports and exports|
|ET 3.11||Stocks of petroleum|
|ET 3.12||Refinery throughput and output of petroleum products|
|ET 3.13||Deliveries of petroleum products for inland consumption|
|ET 4.2||Natural gas production and supply|
|ET 4.3||Natural gas imports and exports|
|ET 4.4||Natural gas imports|
|ET 5.3||Fuel used in electricity generation by major producers|
|ET 5.4||Electricity production and availability from the public supply system|
|ET 5.5||Availability and consumption of electricity|
|ET 7.1||Average temperatures and deviations from the long term mean|
|ET 7.2||Average wind speed and deviations from the long term mean|
|ET 7.3||Average daily sun hours and deviations from the long term mean|
|ET 7.4||Average monthly rainfall and deviations from the long term mean|
|Domestic energy price indices|
|QEP 2.1.1||Retail prices index: fuel components|
|QEP 2.1.2||Retail prices index: fuel components, relative to GDP deflator|
|QEP 2.1.3||Retail prices index: fuels components monthly figures|
|Monthly and annual prices of road fuels and petroleum product|
|QEP 4.1.1||Typical retail prices of petroleum products and a crude oil price index (monthly data)|
|QEP 4.1.2||Typical retail prices of petroleum products and a crude oil price index (annual data)|
|International road fuel prices|
|QEP 5.1.1||Premium unleaded petrol prices in the EU|
|QEP 5.2.1||Diesel prices in the EU|