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Coal: Data for oil shale are included with lignite. Biofuels and Waste: For 2009, other liquid biofuel and municipal waste inputs to transformation are estimated by the IEA Secretariat. Oil: From 2007 to 2009, oil data are estimated by the IEA Secretariat based on information from the Ministry of National Infrastructures. Natural Gas: Imports of natural gas began in 2008. Electricity and Heat: Electricity production from wind begins in 2001. Data on the breakdown of hydroelectric plants are available from 2008.

Non-ferrous metals Non-metallic minerals Transport equipment Machinery Mining and quarrying Food and tobacco Paper, pulp and print Wood and wood products Construction Textile and leather Non-specified 1051 836 60 9 63 83 85072 9738 14673 688 30996 283 362 632 6452 10592 251 2645 724 7036 10230 1274 2609 937 2 188 2944 1334 230 712 9081 73 2233 306 809 28 74 14 309 355 2 2232 88 2558 31669 21483 699 886 996 63 207 222 165 1 13 1 6933 2532 16 265 38 1718 3 113 157 182 3 10 9 18 4106 17 3925 8 40 7 30 17 28 20 1 2 11 512576 385351 22469 8985 368 1090 1886 92427 518023 474777 3692 1116 2675 304 21 35438 1121 122 11 37 937 14 - 11870666 1189481 2873641 568252 1480608 441861 923850 481479 1449825 1110789 131128 103848 283041 832863 - 8 8 - 165 162 3 1 1 - - - - - - - 1040134 105429 928326 6379 OTHER Residential Comm.

Other energy industry own use includes electricity consumption for blast furnaces. From 2000 it also includes consumption for the distribution of gas and prior to 1989 consumption for uranium extraction. The breakdown of heat consumption by sector has been estimated by the Italian Administration. Oil: Inputs to electricity and heat generation have been estimated by the IEA Secretariat for the years 1984 to 1997 based on submissions of the Electricity and Heat Questionnaire. All other data for the years 1992 to 1997 and the detailed consumption breakdown for other years have been estimated by the IEA The methodology of data collection for photovoltaic electricity production changed in 2009 and the distinction between main activity and autoproducer plants could not be determined, causing a break in the time series.

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