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  • The Energy Policy and Planning Office (EPPO) is a pivotal agency

    under the Ministry of Energy, being tasked with the development of

    national energy policies and planning, including measures to manage

    and administer the energy sector, with due consideration of economic

    and social development, concurrently with environmental protection.

    In order to undertake the mentioned tasks, it is crucial to acquire substantial

    information and data for analysis and development of recommendation

    on energy issues to be presented to the management. As a consequence

    of this, EPPO has published a report on energy statistics of Thailand with

    a view to following up continuously national energy situations.

    This report on energy statistics of Thailand is issued annually, with

    the first one issued in 2010, to be another channel to provide energy

    information via printed matters and in the form of CD, which is expected

    to promptly and efficiently respond to the users needs. After EPPOs first

    publication and dissemination of the report, there has been favorable

    response and feedback from concerned agencies/organizations, both

    domestic and overseas. Therefore, the second issue of such a report

    is consecutively prepared by EPPO this year, with data collection from

    the past up to the present (1988-2012), covering all aspects of energy,

    i.e. production, consumption, import, export, prices and nominal value of

    energy, including the information about carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from

    the use of energy. The mentioned information/data has much contributed

    to energy management of the country, particularly in support of decision

    making of the management based on close follow-ups on energy situation

    movements, and to the analysis of energy trends to assess the impact

    which may occur from energy use. The analysis outcome will form the

    basis for the development of recommendations on the energy policy and

    management plan as well as the energy development plan of the country.

    EPPO Hopefully the Energy Statistics of Thailand 2013 is useful to

    organizations and people that are interested in general to bring information

    to use in education, research, analysis and reference. That will lead to the

    development of the countrys energy.

    Energy Statistics of Thailand 2013 Energy Policy and Planning Office II

    Introduction

  • ContentsIntroduction I

    CHAPTER 1 : ENERGY SITUATION IN 2012 91.1 Primary Energy Table 1.1-1 : Production, Consumption and Import (Net) of Primary 22 Commercial Energy (BBL/Day Crude Oil Equivalent) Table 1.1-1Y : Production, Consumption and Import (Net) of Primary 23 Commercial Energy (BBL/Day Crude Oil Equivalent) Table 1.1-2Y : Primary Commercial Energy Production (Physical Unit) 25 Table 1.1-3Y : Primary Commercial Energy Production (KTOE) 26 Table 1.1-4Y : Primary Commercial Energy Import (Net) (Physical Unit) 27 Table 1.1-5Y : Primary Commercial Energy Import (Net) (KTOE) 28 Table 1.1-6Y : Primary Commercial Energy Consumption (Physical Unit) 29 Table 1.1-7Y : Primary Commercial Energy Consumption (KTOE) 301.2 Final Energy Table 1.2-1Y : Final Modern Energy Consumption (Physical Unit) 31 Table 1.2-2Y : Final Modern Energy Consumption (KTOE) 321.3 Energy Reserves Table 1.3-1 : Energy Reserves 33CHAPTER 2 : OIL 342.1 Crude Oil/Condensate 2.1.1 Production Table 2.1.1-1Y : Production of Crude Oil 42 Table 2.1.1-2Y : Production of Condensate 43 2.1.2 Import Table 2.1.2-1Y : Import of Crude Oil Classified by Sources 44 Table 2.1.2-2Y : Quantity and Value of Petroleum Products Import 45 2.1.3 Export Table 2.1-3-1Y : Quantity and Value of Petroleum Products Export 472.2 Refinery Table 2.2-1Y : Refining Capacity 49 Table 2.2-2Y : Material Intake by Refinery 502.3 Petroleum Products 2.3.1 Production Table 2.3.1-1Y : Production of Petroleum Products (Million Litres) 51 Table 2.3.1-2Y : Production of Petroleum Products (Barrels/Day) 52 2.3.2 Consumption/Sale Table 2.3.2-1Y : Sale of Petroleum Products (Million Litres) 53 Table 2.3.2-2Y : Sale of Petroleum Products (Barrels/Day) 54 2.3.3 Import Table 2.3.3-1Y : Import of Petroleum Products (Million Litres) 55 Table 2.3.3-2Y : Import of Petroleum Products (Barrels/Day) 56 2.3.4 Export Table 2.3.4-1Y : Export of Petroleum Products (Million Litres) 57 Table 2.3.4-2Y : Export of Petroleum Products (Barrels/Day) 582.4 Demand and Supply Table 2.4-1Y : Demand and Supply of Crude Oil and Oil Products 59 Table 2.4-2Y : Demand and Supply of LPG, Propane and Butane 60CHAPTER 3 : NATURAL GAS 623.1 Production/Import Table 3.1-1Y : Production and Import of Natural Gas 683.2 Consumption/Sale Table 3.2-1Y : Distribution of NGL 69 Table 3.2-2Y : Consumption of Natural Gas by Sector 70 Table 3.2-3Y : Consumption Share of Natural Gas by Sector 71 Table 3.2-4 : Consumption of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) 72

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  • CHAPTER 4 : LIGNITE/COAL 744.1 Production/Consumption Table 4.1-1Y : Production and Consumption of Lignite 80 Table 4.1-2Y : Consumption of Lignite and Coal Classified by Sector (1,000 Tons) 81 Table 4.1-3Y : Consumption of Lignite and Coal Classified by Sector (KTOE) 824.2 Import Table 4.2-1Y : Coal Import 83CHAPTER 5 : ELECTRICITY 865.1 Generation Table 5.1-1Y : Electricity Generation by Fuel Type 96 Table 5.1-2Y : Power Generation Classified by Fuel Type 97 Table 5.1-3Y : Peak Generation Requirement, Energy Generation Requirement and Load Factor 98 Table 5.1-4Y : EGAT Purchased from SPP 99 Table 5.1-5Y : EGAT Purchased from IPP 995.2 Consumption/Sale Table 5.2-1Y : Electricity Consumption in MEA Service Areas (Classified by Tariff) 100 Table 5.2-2Y : Electricity Consumption in PEA Service Areas (Classified by Tariff) 101 Table 5.2-3Y : Electricity Consumption for the Whole Country (Classified by Tariff) 102 Table 5.2-4Y : Electricity Consumption in MEA Service Areas (Classified by Sector) 103 Table 5.2-5Y : Electricity Consumption in PEA Service Areas (Classified by Sector) 104 Table 5.2-6Y : Electricity Consumption for the Whole Country (Classified by Sector) 1055.3 Fuel Consumption Table 5.3-1Y EGAT Fuel Consumption in Power Generation 106CHAPTER 6 : ENERGY VALUE 108 Table 6.1-1Y : Expenditure on Final Energy Consumption 114 Table 6.1-2Y : Expenditure on Petroleum Product Consumption 115 Table 6.1-3Y : Value of Energy Import 116 Table 6.1-4Y : Value of Energy Export 117CHAPTER 7 : ENERGY AND ECONOMICS 1187.1 Economics Data Table 7.1-1 : GDP at Constant 1988 Prices 128 Table 7.1-2 : Population 130 Table 7.1-3 : Industrial Index 131 Table 7.1-4 : Industrial Capacity Utilization Ratios 132 Table 7.1-5 : Sale of Vehicles 133 Table 7.1-6 : GDP, Energy, Import and Export of Goods 1347.2 Analysis Table 7.2.1 : Final Energy Consumption per Capita 136 Table 7.2.2 : Electricity Consumption per Capita 139CHAPTER 8 : PETROLEUM PRICES 142 Table 8.1-1 : Rates of Exchange in Bangkok 148 Table 8.1-2Y : Ex-Refinery Prices of Petroleum Products in Thailand 150 Table 8.1-3Y : Oil Fund Levied on Petroleum Products in Thailand 151 Table 8.1-4 : Wholesale Prices of Petroleum Products at Refinery in Thailand 152 Table 8.1-5Y : Retail Prices of Petroleum Products in Bangkok 157 Table 8.1-6 : Tax and Oil Fund Revenue in Thailand 158CHAPTER 9 : AIR POLLUTION EMISSION IN THE ENERGY SECTOR 160 Table 9.1-1Y : CO

    2 Emission by Energy Type 172

    Table 9.1-2Y : CO2 Emission from Energy Consumption by Sector 173

    Table 9.1-3Y : CO2 Emission in Power Generation by Energy Type 174

    Table 9.1-4Y : CO2 Emission in Transport by Energy Type 175

    Table 9.1-5Y : CO2 Emission in Industry by Energy Type 176

    Table 9.1-6Y : CO2 Emission in Other Economic Sectors by Energy Type 177

    Table 9.1-7Y : CO2 Emission by Sector and Energy Type 178

    Energy Statistics of Thailand 2013 Energy Policy and Planning Office IV

  • Appendix 181Appendix I Monthly Data 181CHAPTER 1 : ENERGY SITUATION IN 2012 1821.1 Primary Energy Table 1.1-1M : Primary Commercial Energy Production (Physical Unit) 183 Table 1.1-2M : Primary Commercial Energy Production (KTOE) 186 Table 1.1-3M : Primary Commercial Energy Import (Net) (Physical Unit) 189 Table 1.1-4M : Primary Commercial Energy Import (Net) (KTOE) 192 Table 1.1-5M : Primary Commercial Energy Consumption (Physical Unit) 195 Table 1.1-6M : Primary Commercial Energy Consumption (KTOE) 1971.2 Final Energy Table 1.2-1M : Final Modern Energy Consumption (Physical Unit) 199 Table 1.2-2M : Final Modern Energy Consumption (KTOE) 202CHAPTER 2 : OIL 2052.1 Crude Oil/Condensate 2.1.1 Production Table 2.1.1-1M : Production of Crude Oil 206 Table 2.1.1-2M : Production of Condensate 209 2.1.2 Imports Table 2.1.2-1M : Import of Crude Oil Classified by Sources 2122.2 Refinery Table 2.2-1M : Material Intake by Refinery 2132.3 Petroleum Products 2.3.1 Production Table 2.3.1-1M : Production of Petroleum Products (Million Litres) 216 Table 2.3.1-2M : Production of Petroleum Products (Barrels/Day) 219 2.3.2 Consumption/Sale Table 2.3.2-1M : Sale of Petroleum Products (Million Litres) 222 Table 2.3.2-2M : Sale of Petroleum Products (Barrels/Day) 225 2.3.3 Import Table 2.3.3-1M : Import of Petroleum Products (Million Litres) 228 Table 2.3.3-2M : Import of Petroleum Products (Barrels/Day) 231 2.3.4 Export Table 2.3.4-1M : Export of Petroleum Products (Million Litres) 234 Table 2.3.4-2M : Export of Petroleum Products (Barrels/Day) 2372.4 Demand and Supply Table 2.4-1M : Demand and Supply of Crude Oil and Oil Products 240 Table 2.4-2M : Demand and Supply of LPG, Propane and Butane 243CHAPTER 3 : NATU