Purpose: In this applied study, solid fuel data belonging to the years of 2016 - 2017 and published by TURKSTAT have been explained with different analysis methods. First, a theoretical infrastructure has been formed with the scientific papers prepared and published under various topics in terms of content. Scope: Data belonging to the years of 2016 and 2017 published by TURKSTAT constitute the scope of the research. These data have been adopted and arranged for the analysis. Data Analysis: Panel data analysis has been used in this research and data obtained have been processed in E-Views 8.0 program. As a result of the Unit Root, Granger causality, Cointegration, Covariance and Regression analysis performed, the existence of a relation between the solid fuel factors, its direction and how they affect each other have been researched. Conclusion: The variables of solid fuel contain unit root. There is a causality relation between the variables of Export and Production, Production and Delivery, Import and Export, Export and Delivery. While a negative relation is observed between import and production, there is a positive relation between export and production. On the other hand, there is a negative relation between delivery and production while the variables of solid fuel are stable. When the production increases by one unit, import increases by 28 units, export increases by 0.06 unit and deliveries increase by 27 units.
Keywords: Solid Fuel, Production, Variable, Comparison, Causality