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OECD/IEA 2011 Development of Energy Efficiency Indicators in Russia Table 9: Freight transport data needed to develop basic energy and energy efficiency indicators Number of IEA member countries reporting the data Data available from Russia Energy source 24 No Transportation mode 21 No Freight and commercial road transport 22 No Freight trains 4 No Domestic freight airplanes 5 No Domestic freight ships 22 No 24 Yes Freight and commercial road transport 19 Yes Freight trains 0 Yes Domestic freight airplanes 0 Yes Domestic freight ships 0 Yes Data needed to develop indicators Energy consumption by: Freight tonne‐kilometres16 by: Freight tonnes transport17 by: Yes Freight and commercial road transport 6 Yes Freight trains 5 Yes Domestic freight airplanes 4 Yes Domestic freight ships 3 Yes Vehicle kilometres by: Freight and commercial road transport 20 No Freight trains 3 No Domestic freight airplanes 0 No Domestic freight ships 0 No Vehicle stocks18 by: Freight and commercial road transport 25 Yes Freight trains 0 Yes Domestic freight airplanes 0 No Domestic freight ships 0 No Note: IEA countries coverage indicates the number of IEA member countries for which data are currently available from 1990 to 2006 in the energy indicators database.
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Page | 29 Development of Energy Efficiency Indicators in Russia ©OECD/IEA 2011 Table 7: Passenger transport data needed to develop basic energy and energy efficiency indicators Data needed to develop indicators Number of IEA member countries reporting the data Energy consumption by: Page | 30 Data available from Russia Energy source 25 Yes Transportation mode 21 No 22 No 10 No Buses 22 No Passenger train 24 No Domestic passenger airplane 23 No Domestic passenger ships 5 No 20 No Cars, SUVs and personal light trucks 26 No Motorcycles and three‐wheelers 6 No Buses 23 Yes Passenger train 25 Yes Domestic passenger airplane 20 Yes Domestic passenger ships 4 Yes Cars, Sport utility vehicles (SUVs) and personal light trucks Motorcycles and three‐wheelers Passenger‐kilometres by: Vehicle kilometres by: No Cars, SUVs and personal light trucks 23 No Motorcycles and three‐wheelers 11 No Buses 19 No Passenger train 2 No Domestic passenger airplane 3 No Domestic passenger ships 1 No Vehicle stocks by: Cars, SUVs and personal light trucks 26 No Motorcycles and three‐wheelers 24 Yes Buses 25 Yes Passenger train 0 Yes Domestic passenger airplane 0 No Domestic passenger ships 1 No Note: IEA countries coverage indicates the number of IEA member countries for which data are currently available from 1990 to 2006 in the energy indicators database.