Estonia, Denmark and Romania countries less dependent on foreign countries

EU imports 53.6% of energy consumed. East European under EU average
Estonia, Denmark and Romania countries less dependent on foreign countries
23 April 09:21 2018 Print This Article

Estonia, Denmark, Romania and Poland are among the EU countries that are less dependent on energy imports to meet their needs. This is what Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union, says today.

Eurostat also reported that according to official data, the European Union had to import 53.6% of the energy it consumed. Petroleum products accounted for about two thirds of energy imports, followed by gas and solid fuels.

The country that was least dependent on energy imports from abroad was Estonia, with a dependency rate of 6.8%, followed by Denmark (13.9%), Romania and Poland (22.3%). Good results also for the Czech Republic (32.8%). Below the EU average also Bulgaria, Slovenia and Croatia.

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