Where the European Union Gets Its Energy From

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For its own consumption, the EU needs energy which is imported from third countries. In 2019, the main imported energy product was petroleum products (including crude oil, which is the main component), accounting for almost two thirds of energy imports into the EU, followed by gas (27 %) and solid fossil fuels (6 %). – ec.europa.eu

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