Date Value Value
Dec 31, 2014 -77.57%
Dec 31, 2013 -71.83%
Dec 31, 2012 -65.46%
Dec 31, 2011 -58.75%
Dec 31, 2010 -57.35%
Dec 31, 2009 -55.81%
Dec 31, 2008 -53.09%
Dec 31, 2007 -54.19%
Dec 31, 2006 -54.04%
Dec 31, 2005 -48.93%
Dec 31, 2004 -48.66%
Dec 31, 2003 -47.38%
Dec 31, 2002 -54.62%
Dec 31, 2001 -52.10%
Dec 31, 2000 -48.19%
Dec 31, 1999 -49.15%
Dec 31, 1998 -54.13%
Dec 31, 1997 -52.84%
Dec 31, 1996 -51.78%
Dec 31, 1995 -51.17%
Dec 31, 1994 -48.39%
Dec 31, 1993 -43.38%
Dec 31, 1992 -37.94%
Dec 31, 1991 -37.02%
Dec 31, 1990 -31.24%
Dec 31, 1989 -26.15%
Dec 31, 1988 -29.12%
Dec 31, 1987 -24.55%
Dec 31, 1986 -22.09%
Dec 31, 1985 -25.00%
Dec 31, 1984 -21.21%
Dec 31, 1983 -15.42%
Dec 31, 1982 -12.35%
Dec 31, 1981 -6.87%
Dec 31, 1980 -7.93%
Dec 31, 1979 -10.44%
Dec 31, 1978 -5.44%
Dec 31, 1977 -7.71%
Dec 31, 1976 -6.49%
Dec 31, 1975 -13.02%
Dec 31, 1974 -18.65%
Dec 31, 1973 -24.40%
Dec 31, 1972 -15.95%
Dec 31, 1971 -10.25%
Dec 31, 1970 -4.82%
Dec 31, 1969 2.00%
Dec 31, 1968 7.02%
Dec 31, 1967 8.26%
Dec 31, 1966 8.39%
Dec 31, 1965 11.54%
Dec 31, 1964 10.01%
Dec 31, 1963 11.42%
Dec 31, 1962 10.52%
Dec 31, 1961 18.37%
Dec 31, 1960 25.02%

Canada 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 > Canada > Canada Net Energy Imports