Dataset

Natural gas and oil reserves on the Dutch territory; national accounts

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Status Beschikbaar
Data eigenaar Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
Bijgewerkt 01-05-2021
Licentie CC-BY (4.0)
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Beschrijving

This table contains the physical data on natural gas and oil reserves that are derived from the annual publication Natural resources and geothermal energy in the Netherlands by TNO commissioned by the Ministry of Economic Affairs. In 2018, there was a substantial downward adjustment of the gas reserves in the Groningen gas field.

The reserves consist of (socially responsible and commercially viable) extractable quantities of natural gas and oil found in the Netherlands, plus the amount pending development. The opening stock of the reserves is 1 January and the closing stock is 31 December. Definitions and data are in accordance with the Petroleum Resource Management System which has been used by TNO since 2013. For reasons of consistency with Dutch terminology, we have opted to use reserves rather than resources as used in the TNO report.

Data available from: 1987

Status of the figures: The figures in this table for the last year are provisional. The figures for the other years are final.

Changes as of August 26, 2020: The provisional figures for 2019 have been added.

When will new figures be published? New figures are published annually in the autumn.

Bestemmingspagina: https://opendata.cbs.nl/statline/portal.html?_la=en&_catalog=CBS&tableId=82539ENG

Contactinformatie
Naam: Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek
E-mail: infoservice@cbs.nl

Webservice

API

Webservice JSON CC-BY (4.0)

https://opendata.cbs.nl/ODataApi/OData/82539ENG

Natural gas and oil reserves on the Dutch territory Opening stock, new discoveries, extraction and other changes

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Webservice ATOM CC-BY (4.0)

https://opendata.cbs.nl/ODataFeed/OData/82539ENG

Natural gas and oil reserves on the Dutch territory Opening stock, new discoveries, extraction and other changes