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International recommendations for energy statistics (IRES)

by United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs: Statistics Division

Part of the Statistical papers Series

International recommendations for energy statistics (IRES) Synopsis

The International Recommendations for Energy Statistics (IRES) have been prepared by the United Nations Statistics Division in close cooperation with countries and other international/regional organizations and adopted by the United Nations Statistical Commission in February 2011. IRES was developed to assist countries in the establishment and strengthening of their energy statistical programmes. In particular, IRES provides data compilers with a complete set of recommendations covering all aspects of the statistical production process from basic concepts, definitions, classifications and measurement units to data sources, institutional and legal framework, data compilation strategies, energy balances, data quality and statistical dissemination. It also contains the Standard International Energy Product Classification (SIEC) which is the first internationally agreed classification of energy products. IRES is a multipurpose document intended to address the need of various user groups including data producers and data users

Book Information

ISBN: 9789211615845
Publication date: 30th December 2018
Author: United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs: Statistics Division
Publisher: United Nations
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 165 pages
Categories: Energy industries & utilities,

About United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs: Statistics Division

United Nations Publications is the official publisher for the UN and it produces over 400 titles each year. The range of subjects covered are as varied as the issues being tackled by the UN as it works for a better world for all. Since the first printing of the UN Charter, this publishing unit has been providing valued information to those in government, academia and business

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