Bosnias Federation generates 7,754 GWh of electricity in 2011.

By bne IntelliNews May 9, 2012
Bosnias Federation produced a total of 7,754 GWh of electricity in 2012, the Federations government said in a statement without providing comparative figures. It was not clear whether the figure was in gross or net terms. Last years consumption totalled 8,519 GWh and 2% less than planned, the government said, adding the Federations electricity system operated normally, without any interruptions. According to the Federations statistics office, power production in 2010 totalled 10,694 GWh in gross and 9,975 GWh in net terms, while final consumption stood at GWh 7,418 GWh. The government also said that some 7 million tonnes of coal were mined last year and 6.87 million tonnes, or 26% less than planned, were consumed in the Federation, while around 241,000 tonnes were exported. The bulk of the coal went for the needs of the thermal plants, while a smaller portion was consumed by industrial facilities and households. The Federation, which makes up Bosnia together with the Serb Republic, imported 630,900 tonnes of oil and oil derivatives in 2011. It bought further 281,000 tonnes from the Republic. The Federations consumption of oil and petrol products was 2% below plan at 904,600 tonnes last year. The entity furthermore imported 212 million cubic metres of Russian natural gas in 2012 and spent 213 million cubic metres.

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