China Energy Statistical Yearbook is an annual statistical publication, which covers very comprehensive data in energy construction, production, consumption, equilibrium of supply and demand in an all-round way, established in 1986, edited by Department of Industry and Transport Statistics, National Bureau of Statistics. The 2008 volume is edited by Department of Energy Statistics, National Bureau of Statistics, published by China Statistics Press, to the domestic and international public publication. In order to satisfy the masses of readers’ demands for China energy statistics, improve the efficiency and timeliness of the data use, from each of 2004, China Energy Statistical Yearbook is published one volume every year instead of one volume every 2 years, the year of front cover also switched over to publishing year. In Chinese Energy Statistical Yearbook 2014, some data is revised from 2000 according to The Third National Economic Census. China Energy Statistical Yearbook consists of eight chapters: 1. General Survey; 2. Construction of Energy Industry; 3. Energy Production; 4. Energy Consumption; 5. Energy Balance Table of China; 6. Energy Balance Table by Region; 7. Energy data for the Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Region. Additional information provided in the appendices include major energy data for Taiwan province, energy data for related countries or areas and explanatory notes of main statistical indicators and conversion factors from physical units to coal equivalent. The statistical reports is from the National Bureau of Statistics and the China Statistical Yearbook are the main data sources of this document. However, the national data in this book does not include that of the Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Region, the Taiwan province. Also, the data in the energy balance tables does not cover non-commercial energy. The China energy data were by the year of 2013, energy data for the world and other countries or area were by the year of 2012. Notations used in the yearbook: blank space indicates that the figure is not large enough to be measured with the smallest unit in the table, or data are unknown or are not available; "#" indicates a major breakdown of the total. Since 2012, Classification for national standard of industry classification is implementing new version of 2011 except legal entities.