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Net imports of all fuels and CO2 emissions in EU-27 by fuel and origin of the fuel, 2006

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The higher level of EU-27 net import dependency in this graph compared to Figure 1 and Figure 2 is due to imports from all fuels and not just hard coal, crude oil and natural gas

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<p>I.e. it includes imports of all petroleum products not just crude oil. The right hand chart is based on average EU-27 Implied Emission Factors (tCO2/TJ) for Coal (97); oil (73); gas (57) multiplied by the level of net energy imports. All fugitive emissions and those from other fuels are assumed to be domestic; other fuels exclude CO2 from burning biomass in power plants.</p>
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