Quarterly interregional trade as a percentage of regional energy consumption

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Financial YearQueensland (Percent Imports (-) or Exports (+))New South Wales (Percent Imports (-) or Exports (+))Victoria (Percent Imports (-) or Exports (+))South Australia (Percent Imports (-) or Exports (+))Tasmania (Percent Imports (-) or Exports (+))
1998-990.0-7.612.4-29.8
1999-000.0-7.910.4-27.7
2000-010.1-6.46.8-18.2
2001-023.9-9.05.8-10.2
2002-035.5-12.59.5-17.5
2003-048.9-10.35.8-20.0
2004-059.6-11.45.6-18.10.0
2005-0611.6-11.62.9-19.1-1.0
2006-0712.7-10.74.2-6.2-12.6
2007-0810.4-7.12.30.2-20.7
2008-099.4-7.27.4-1.4-23.2
2009-1010.7-9.77.7-4.2-10.1
2010-1112.7-12.88.3-3.92.3
2011-1210.5-11.09.2-8.0-2.5
2012-136.3-8.65.1-9.919.6
2013-143.8-8.35.7-12.329.9
2014-1511.1-15.318.3-12.0-13.6
2015-164.9-9.314.8-14.3-5.8
2016-176.4-10.216.6-20.9-3.5
2017-1810.1-8.20.63.02.1
2018-197.8-7.00.53.75.1
2019-208.2-7.61.23.45.2
2020-21 (YTD)6.4-8.38.70.6-10.1
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Sector: 
Segment: 
Category: 
Electricity interconnection
AER reference: 
11048184
Source: 
AER; AEMO
Overview: 

This figure presents the quarterly net trading positions of the regions in the NEM for the past five years. The data table contains more data points since 2009/10. It should be noted that the NSW and Victoria regions gained additional hydroelectric peaking capacity following the abolition of the Snowy region on 1 July 2008.