Afghanistan and coal
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Afghanistan is a minor producer and consumer of coal, producing 2.1 million tonnes and ranked in 42nd in the world.
|Category||Reserve Classification||Quantity||Units||Data Year|
|BGR Estimate||Reserves||66||million tonnes||2019|
|BGR Estimate||Resources||0||million tonnes||2019|
|Geological Survey||Reserves||66.32||million tonnes||2008|
|Geological Survey||Resources||124.82||million tonnes||2008|
|Commercial Reserves||Reserves||million tonnes|
|Commercial Resources||Resources||million tonnes|
In 2019, Afghanistan produced 2.1 million tonnes of coal per year, ranking 42nd in the world.
Afghanistan consumes 1,871,722 short tons (st) of coal per year as of the year 2016 and ranks 61st in the world, accounting for about 0.2% of the world's total consumption.
Afghanistan does not import nor exports any coal (as of 2016.
Proposed coal stations
Articles and resources
- "Argentina". U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). Retrieved 2021-06-18.
- BGR Energy Study 2019 - Data and Developments in German and Global Energy Supplies (23), 200 p, Hannover, Germany
- Afghanistan Geological Survey, Geology and mineral resources of Afghanistan, Book 2, Table 6, p 248, Accessed July 2021.
- "Albania Coal Reserves and Consumption Statistics - Worldometer". www.worldometers.info. Retrieved 2021-04-29.