How does the Nordic energy system look? What changes have they seen? This Category looks at energy consumption, primary energy supply, energy intensity, etc.
Given an energy intensity of 0,15ktoe/GDP(mUSD) in the Nordic region, it takes 175 ml of oil-equivalent to earn one U.S. dollar of GDP. The 175 ml represents many diverse energy sources, as 35% of the Nordic energy supply is renewable.
Note: Oil-equivalent mass converted to volume as Brent Crude (835kg/m³).