Energy Unit Summative

By: Megan Narayan

Andorra

In Andorra, they use hydropower to generate electricity, export (and drink) mineral water, export and create iron with iron ore, timber for building, and export lead.


They export most of their natural resources excluding hydropower. Andorra only imports food and consumer goods because only 2% of the land is arable.


Some of the countries energy sources are: electricity, crude oil, natural gas.

Andorra mainly relies on hydropower to generate electricity, the also have natural gas they could use for a energy source.



Macedonia

In Macedonia, they have low-grade iron ore, copper, lead, zinc, chromite, manganese, nickel, tungsten, gold, silver, asbestos, gypsum, and timber as some natural resorces. Regarding renewable energy sources Macedonia uses primarily hydro power, for production of electricity, bio-mass, mostly wood mass for production of heat in the residential sector.


They import: tungsten, gypsum, and zinc. Some of its exports include: crude oil, refined petroleum product, and natural gas.


Use electricity for most of their energy, uses some renewable energy sources. According to the energy balance of 2007, biomass contributed about 6% in the primary energy supply while 9.5% of the total final energy consumption in Macedonia. The annual production of firewood use for local supply is about 600,000 m3.




Timor-Leste

In Timor-Leste, they have gold, petroleum, natural gas, manganese, and marble as some natural resources.


Some of its imports include: petroleum, and marble.

The export a lot of: oil, gas, and fuel


There energy sources are also ran on a lot of gas and fuel.

Oman

In Oman, some of their main natural resources are: petroleum, copper, asbestos, some marble, limestone, chromium, gypsum, natural gas.


Some of its main imports are: natural gas, minerals.

And some of it's main exports include: oils.


For there energy sources they use natural gas supplies.

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