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Sep 13, 2023 13:06 EEST
September 13 (SeeNews) - Romania's energy output increased by an annual 2.4% in the first seven months of 2023, to 10.64 million tonnes of oil equivalent (TOE), the national statistical office, INS, said on Wednesday.
Romania's energy resources, including imports, totalled 18.87 million TOE in the first seven months of the year, inching down by 2.4% on the year, INS said in a preliminary statement. Imports amounted to 8.23 million TOE, down by an annual 8%.
Romania's electricity output and imports totalled 38.84 TWh in the January-June period, up 2.8% on the year.
In the seven months through July, thermal power plants generated some 9.75 TWh of electricity, down 21.7% on the year, while the output of hydroelectric power stations jumped by an annual 46.5% to 12.88 TWh.
Electricity generation in Romania’s sole nuclear plant inched up by 2.5% to 6.34 TWh.
On the renewable energy front, wind farms generated some 4.49 TWh, edging up by an annual 1.3%, while solar plants generated 1.02 TWh, falling by 12.3% on the year.
Final electricity consumption dropped by an annual 7.4% to 28.59 TWh.
Romania’s electricity exports nearly doubled on the year, reaching 7.2 TWh in the first seven months of 2023, while imports fell by an annual 8.5% to 4.34 TWh.
The country produced 1.63 million TOE of crude oil, down 4.3% on the year, and 1.49 million TOE of coal, down 14.2%, during January-July. Natural gas production rose 4.6% year-on-year, reaching 4.36 million TOE.
Romania's energy production fell by an annual 2.6% to 17.82 million TOE in 2022.
A TOE is the rounded-off amount of energy that would be produced by burning one metric tonne of crude oil.
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