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Energy in Brunei

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Energy in Brunei

Energy in Brunei is related to all of the type of energy and its related infrastructure used in Brunei.[1]

Energy supply

In 2005, Brunei's total energy needs was 2,435 KTOE.

Natural gas

In 2005, natural gas supplied 75.6% of Brunei's total energy needs

Crude oil

In 2005, oil supplied 24.4% of Brunei's total energy needs.

Energy consumption

In 2005, energy consumption in Brunei were as follows:

  • Transportation sector 56.2% (719 KTOE)
  • Residential or commercial sector 32.8% (236 KTOE)
  • Industrial sector 11.0% (79 KTOE)

See also


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