Date Value Value
Dec 31, 2014 -184.96%
Dec 31, 2013 -166.30%
Dec 31, 2012 -149.94%
Dec 31, 2011 -137.84%
Dec 31, 2010 -149.68%
Dec 31, 2009 -132.24%
Dec 31, 2008 -126.27%
Dec 31, 2007 -134.10%
Dec 31, 2006 -128.35%
Dec 31, 2005 -133.67%
Dec 31, 2004 -125.60%
Dec 31, 2003 -127.83%
Dec 31, 2002 -132.13%
Dec 31, 2001 -135.65%
Dec 31, 2000 -116.05%
Dec 31, 1999 -101.11%
Dec 31, 1998 -108.33%
Dec 31, 1997 -98.47%
Dec 31, 1996 -92.13%
Dec 31, 1995 -101.63%
Dec 31, 1994 -90.87%
Dec 31, 1993 -92.35%
Dec 31, 1992 -98.40%
Dec 31, 1991 -96.09%
Dec 31, 1990 -82.37%
Dec 31, 1989 -72.07%
Dec 31, 1988 -75.86%
Dec 31, 1987 -91.83%
Dec 31, 1986 -84.26%
Dec 31, 1985 -76.55%
Dec 31, 1984 -63.69%
Dec 31, 1983 -53.48%
Dec 31, 1982 -34.86%
Dec 31, 1981 -38.70%
Dec 31, 1980 -22.71%
Dec 31, 1979 -27.27%
Dec 31, 1978 -22.80%
Dec 31, 1977 -24.06%
Dec 31, 1976 -21.72%
Dec 31, 1975 -24.15%
Dec 31, 1974 -14.55%
Dec 31, 1973 -19.16%
Dec 31, 1972 -17.41%
Dec 31, 1971 -4.34%
Dec 31, 1970 6.15%
Dec 31, 1969 16.78%
Dec 31, 1968 21.96%
Dec 31, 1967 28.34%
Dec 31, 1966 28.42%
Dec 31, 1965 28.27%
Dec 31, 1964 32.20%
Dec 31, 1963 34.47%
Dec 31, 1962 32.84%
Dec 31, 1961 30.98%
Dec 31, 1960 32.33%

Australia Net Energy imports — percent of total energy use. Estimated as energy use less production. A negative value indicates that the country is a net energy exporter.

Source: World Bank > Australia > Australia Net Energy Imports