Provisional estimates of UK greenhouse gas emissions 2013 and final emissions by fuel type and end-user 1990 to 2012.
This publication provides the latest provisional estimates of UK greenhouse gas emissions based on provisional inland energy consumption statistics, which are published in DECC’s quarterly Energy Trends publication.
This publication also includes an update to final statistics published in February to include estimates by end-user and fuel type. Updated data tables for these statistics can be found in UK greenhouse gas emissions final statistics.
For the purposes of reporting, greenhouse gas emissions are allocated into a small number of broad, high level sectors as follows: energy supply, business, transport, public, residential, agriculture, industrial processes, land use land use change and forestry (LULUCF), and waste management. Additionally provisional emissions for Carbon Dioxide (CO2) only are allocated into broad fuel classifications as follows: gas, oil, coal, other solid fuels and non-fuel.
These provisional emissions estimates are subject to revision when the final estimates are published; however, they provide an early indication of emissions in the most recent full calendar year. This publication also includes an update to final statistics published in February to include estimates by end-user and fuel type. Updated data tables for these statistics can be found in UK greenhouse gas emissions final statistics.
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