Key message
Bad

Slovenia's import dependence is not decreasing and is about 50%. In 2020 it was exceptionally lower than in previous years due to the epidemiological situation. The most problematic is the import dependency on gaseous fuels, as Slovenia is heavily dependent on fuel imports from Russia.

 


This indicator analyses several aspects affecting the reliability of energy supply:

  • dispersal of energy import by fuel type (import of fuels by country),
  • the import dependency of a country by fuel type,
  • contribution of individual fuel types to import dependency of the country (net import in relation to total energy consumption).

The indicator can be expressed in relative (the shares of individual sectors in final energy consumption) or absolute units. The unit used to express absolute values is thousand tonnes of oil equivalent (ktoe).

 


Charts

Figure EN25-1: Share of imported fossil fuels in total energy supply in Slovenia
Sources:

Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, 2022; Jožef Stefan Institute, 2022

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Solid fuels[%] Crude oil[%] Oil products[%] Natural gas[%] Import dependency in gross inland consumption[%]
2000 3.67 2.42 32.89 12.41 51.40
2001 3.04 0.07 33.68 12.29 49.09
2002 4.47 0.07 33.78 11.89 50.21
2003 4.37 -0.01 33.93 12.94 51.23
2004 4.64 -0.01 34.08 12.48 51.19
2005 4.42 -0.01 33.67 12.43 50.51
2006 4.40 -0.01 33.62 12.12 50.14
2007 4.40 -0.01 33.27 12.16 49.83
2008 5.57 0.00 37.96 11.11 54.63
2009 3.59 0.00 34.94 11.64 50.16
2010 3.86 -0.01 34.36 11.82 50.03
2011 3.52 -0.01 34.41 10.06 47.98
2012 4.26 0.00 36.58 10.06 50.89
2013 3.85 -0.01 33.25 10.07 47.17
2014 3.42 -0.01 33.69 9.42 46.53
2015 3.11 -0.01 34.48 10.09 47.66
2016 2.93 -0.01 36.11 10.35 49.38
2017 2.84 -0.01 36.94 10.51 50.29
2018 3.10 -0.01 37.05 10.34 50.49
2019 3.17 -0.01 36.66 10.82 50.64
2020 2.81 -0.01 31.42 11.47 45.70
Figure EN25-2: Import of liquid fuels by countries in period 2010-2020
Sources:

Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, 2022; Jožef Stefan Institute, 2022

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Italy[ktoe] Cyprus[ktoe] Switzerland[ktoe] Austria[ktoe] Malta[ktoe] United Kingdom[ktoe] United States[ktoe] Greece[ktoe] Russian Federation[ktoe] Hungary[ktoe] Croatia[ktoe] Spain[ktoe] Saudi Arabia[ktoe] Kuwait[ktoe] India[ktoe] Israel[ktoe] Netherlands[ktoe] Other countries[ktoe]
2010 174.70 1071.52 409.66 877.38 0 4.06 35.16 0 2.20 115.31 113.33 0 0 0 0 0 12.34 53.17
2011 170.81 1086.06 2.20 861.97 537.23 0 23.69 0 8.80 111.69 39.96 0 0 0 0 0 1.10 49.24
2012 301.70 1384.88 469.22 847.42 27.12 201.49 26.75 0 5.50 125.50 17.82 0 0 0 0 0 0 84.27
2013 493.15 1249.43 1.10 627.38 29.96 26.96 120.87 88.87 12.10 117.95 17.56 17.77 0 1.04 0 1.04 17.77 101.44
2014 501.09 1222.76 0 480.36 30.41 408.53 72.67 66.90 20.90 130.45 34.93 13.60 0 5.20 5.07 72.05 0 90.32
2015 581.78 1112.00 134.95 537.73 33.48 430.64 30.43 13.19 33.52 139.21 14.34 16.72 3.12 3.12 5.20 0 14.63 123.16
2016 952.60 0 1152.29 279.64 0 273.66 395.14 30.40 30.80 166.40 30.28 26.35 11.44 0 3.12 0 0 36.79
2017 747.76 26.36 1222.86 393.81 0 291.89 45.91 113.41 28.29 186.41 85.71 18.15 6.24 0 3.12 0 0 41.72
2018 1659.28 33.46 0 304.61 0 0 192.14 153.00 258.17 147.74 171.94 167.31 39.52 106.07 0 64.89 75.03 263.71
2019 1941.61 30.46 0 482.80 40.61 0 374.24 358.00 16.50 138.21 170.05 97.46 0 0 0 30.46 0 311.35
2020 1752.22 71.13 0 540.43 0 0 311.31 336.99 219.23 146.04 225.27 107.71 173.69 0 129.05 13.21 90.44 383.78
Figure EN25-3: Import of solid fuels by countries in period 2010-2020
Sources:

Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, 2022; Jožef Stefan Institute, 2022

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Indonesia[ktoe] Czech Republic[ktoe] Italy[ktoe] Bosnia and Herzegovina[ktoe] Hungary[ktoe] Germany[ktoe] Austria[ktoe] Russian Federation[ktoe] Venezuela[ktoe] Poland[ktoe] Colombia[ktoe] United States[ktoe] Romania[ktoe] Other countries[ktoe]
2010 198.02 24.02 21.47 20.43 0 4.73 0 4.23 6.64 0 0 0 0 0
2011 164.41 39.64 18.43 20.20 0 6.24 0 3.03 5.45 0 0 0 0 0.61
2012 217.08 38.69 19.22 10.62 0 4.71 0 3.64 0.61 0 0 4.86 0 0.61
2013 164.67 38.58 29.22 18.30 0 3.49 2.86 1.25 0 0 5.63 0.63 0 1.25
2014 176.27 6.12 18.61 10.00 0 1.32 0.72 1.20 0 0 5.42 0 0 0.60
2015 164.55 3.19 7.47 7.08 0 1.36 10.78 3.23 0 5.03 0 0 0 1.36
2016 166.60 3.45 7.23 2.45 0 1.18 12.18 0 0 4.23 0 0 0 0.72
2017 168.33 6.53 6.32 0 14.39 2.38 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2018 185.37 7.77 6.14 0 13.04 1.24 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2019 185.32 5.99 6.98 0 8.37 1.94 0 0.48 0 1.33 0 0 3.52 0.18
2020 146.76 4.44 6.18 0 12.42 0.12 0 8.20 0 0.49 0 0 0 0.37
Figure EN25-4: Import of gaseous fuels by countries in period 2010-2020
Sources:

Statistical Office of the Republic of Slovenia, 2022; Jožef Stefan Institute, 2022

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Austria[ktoe] Russian Federation[ktoe] Algeria[ktoe] Italy[ktoe] Not elsewhere specified[ktoe]
2010 142.81 447.45 314.18 47.60 0
2011 179.90 392.47 188.07 57.23 0
2012 275.48 329.77 125.94 55.10 0.76
2013 275.72 443.30 0 45.95 0.88
2014 422.54 256.31 0 0 6.93
2015 485.24 220.57 0 22.07 7.38
2016 482.76 264.74 0 0 31.15
2017 612.11 187.71 0 0 16.32
2018 540.34 250.16 0 0 10.01
2019 715.19 95.66 0 1.87 0
2020 739.07 70.58 0 2.52 0

Goals

• to ensure reliability of the energy supply;
• to increase reliability of the energy supply, which can be accomplished by reducing dependency on imported fuels and increasing the number of suppliers.

 


Methodology

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