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Energy Prices and Taxes
(online access, plus print)
OECD Publishing
Language: English
Version: Package (Online and Archive)
OECD Code: SUB-62011S1
Price:   €456 | $600 | £364 | ¥55800 | MXN7540
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Imprint:  International Energy Agency Frequency: 4 issues per year  

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    Published quarterly, Energy Prices and Taxes is a unique compendium of recent energy price and tax information for the major markets of the world. Each issue includes an article summarising recent energy price developments; a section providing data on import and export costs for crude, various oil products, natural gas, LNG, steam coal, and coking coal; a section providing energy end-use prices in OECD countries; and a section providing energy end-use prices in selected non-OECD countries. Prices and tax data is provided in national currencies and US dollars. End-use products covered include heavy fuel oil, light fuel oil, automotive diesel, gasoline, natural gas, coal, and electricity. Prices are provided for industry, households, and electricity generation, and data goes back as far as 1980.


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