11.1- Total Energy Consumption by Sectors

The indicator is a driving force indicator that identifies energy consumption. Turkey's total primary energy consumption was 135,986 thousand TOE (Tonnes of Oil Equivalent) in 2016. Increase in 2016 was 159.3% compared to 1990, 53.9% compared to 2005 and 5.6% compared to 2015.

In 2015, gross inland consumption in the EU-28 countries decreased by 2.5% compared to 1990, by 11.1% compared to 2005. In 2015, gross inland consumption in the EU-28 countries increased by 1.2% compared to 2014 [61].

In Turkey, distribution of primary energy consumption in 2016 shows that the highest consumption takes place in the housing-trade-services sector with 24.5% and by industry with 24.5%. These are followed by energy and conversion sector with 23.3%, transport with 19.7%, non-energy with 5.1% and agriculture and livestock sector with 3%.

 

GRAPH 91- TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY SECTORS (Thousand TOE)

 

 

TABLE 34- TOTAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY SECTORS (Thousand TOE)

 YEARS

1990

1995

2000

2005

2010

2015

2016

Total  (Thousand TOE)

52,447

62,662

78,801

88,338

105,251

128,741

135,986

Household, Trade and Services

15,356

17,514

19,556

22,284

27,760

32,329

33,274

Industry

13,641

15,986

22,876

26,410

25,873

32,348

33,264

Transport

8,723

11,077

12,007

13,849

16,607

24,936

26,755

Agriculture and Livestock

1,956

2,556

3,073

3,359

3,736

3,932

4,051

Not Energy

2,543

3,087

3,455

4,089

5,314

5,652

6,989

Conversion and Energy Sector

10,228

12,442

17,834

18,347

25,961

29,544

31,653

Source: Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources, http://www.enerji.gov.tr/tr-TR/EIGM-Raporlari