Petroleum coke, conversion to other forms of energy (thousand metric tons) - for all countries


The series "Petroleum coke" contains 14,816 data rows in 18 data sets for 89 countries.
A shiny, black solid residue obtained by cracking and carbonization in furnaces. It consists mainly of carbon (90 to 95%) and generally burns without leaving any ash. It is used mainly in metallurgical processes. It excludes those solid residues obtained from carbonization of coal.
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Petroleum coke, conversion to other forms of energy (thousand metric tons) A shiny, black solid residue obtained by cracking and carbonization in furnaces. It consists mainly of carbon (90 to 95%) and generally burns without leaving any ash. It is used mainly in metallurgical processes. It excludes those solid residues obtained from carbonization of coal. /statistic/petroleum%20coke%2C%20conversion%20to%20other%20forms%20of%20energy

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United States
China
China
Japan
Japan
Brazil
Brazil
Argentina
Argentina
Canada
Canada
Spain
Spain
Mexico
Mexico
Germany
Germany
Korea, South
Korea, South
Bulgaria
Bulgaria
Chile
Chile
Romania
Romania
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Ukraine
Ukraine
Serbia
Serbia
Denmark
Denmark
Italy
Italy
Albania
Albania
Poland
Poland
Greece
Greece
Finland
Finland
Morocco
Morocco
Hungary
Hungary
Sweden
Sweden
France
France
Croatia
Croatia
Uruguay
Uruguay

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