The local production of energy (crude oil, natural gas and renewable energy) was around 265.8 thousand toe in 2014 representing 3% of Jordan's total energy needs. Due to the lack of energy sources, Jordan heavily depends on imports to fulfill its domestic energy needs.
The imported quantities of crude oil and oil products in 2014 were amounted to approximately 7716 thousand toe, while total quantities of natural gas imported from Egypt reached 221 million cubic meters. The total cost of crude oil and oil products, natural gas and coal imported by Jordan has reached to JD 4406 million in 2014 with a 9% of an increase comparing with 2013.
The total demand for primary energy was estimated to 8461 thousand toe in 2014 with a rise of 3.7% while the total demand for final energy i.e., energy available to the consumer, has reached 5594 thousand toe with a rise of 3.5% comparing with 2013 demand levels. On the other hand, the demand for oil products was amounted to 3695 thousand toe.