Interactive Wood Energy Statistics

i-WESTAT

Update 2004

Rudi Drigo

Wood Energy Planning – FAO Forestry Department
under the supervision of:

Miguel Trossero, Senior Forestry Officer

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

Forestry Department
November 2005

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Acknowledgements
Acronyms
Foreword
Executive summary

1. Introduction

2. i-WESTAT database
2.1 Population statistics
2.2 Conversion factors

3. Primary data sources
3.1 Relation between primary sources and information flow

4. Wood energy statistics

5. Comparison of primary sources
5.1 Definition of best references
5.2 Contrasting forestry and energy perspectives

6. Conclusions and recommendations
6.1. Conclusions
6.2. Recommendations

References

Appendixes
1. UBET meeting statement and considerations on statistical databases
2. Definition of i-WESTAT items and conversion factors
3. Basic parameters and conversion factors
4. Specification of relevant IEA energy statistics
5. Temporal coverage by item and primary source
6. Items by Primary Source
7. Items by area and primary source
8. Items by sector and primary source
9. Country coverage by primary sources
10. Typology of reference data