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Iceland - Fossil fuel energy consumption as a share of total energy consumption

11.3 (%) in 2015

In 2015, fossil fuel energy consumption for Iceland was 11.3 %. Fossil fuel energy consumption of Iceland fell gradually from 68.8 % in 1966 to 11.3 % in 2015.

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What is fossil fuel energy consumption?

Fossil fuel comprises coal, oil, petroleum, and natural gas products.

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What is Iceland fossil fuel energy consumption?

Date Value Change, %
2015 11.3 3.30 %
2014 10.9 5.04 %
2013 10.4 0.71 %
2012 10.3 0.74 %
2011 10.3 -10.98 %
2010 11.5 -5.35 %
2009 12.2 -7.57 %
2008 13.2 -18.48 %
2007 16.2 -18.07 %
2006 19.7 -16.68 %
2005 23.7 -1.79 %
2004 24.1