In tissues of the walleye pollock Theragra chalcogramma the dry matter content averages 18.5%. The lipid content of the raw material is 0.7%, the protein content is 15.3%, carbohydrates are 0.6%, and ash is 1.3%. The average calorie density is 940 cal/g wet weight and 5080 cal/g dry weight. The dry matter content of gonads varies within 14.9–28.0% in females and 14.5–17.0% in males. The lipid content of the raw material is 0.9–3.0% in females and 1.3–1.8% in males; the protein content is 10.2–21.5% and 10.7–13.4%, respectively. The calorie density of female gonads is 702–1537 cal/g wet weight and 4426–5482 cal/g dry weight; for the male gonads it is 760–960 cal/g wet weight and 4952–5641 cal/g dry weight. The dry matter content of the liver varies within 42.2–62.2% for females and 34.4–62.4 for males. The lipid content of the raw material is 25.6–44.5% for females and 16.6–41.3% for males; the protein content is 6.3–9.8% and 8.1–12.3%, respectively. The calorie density of the liver in females varies within 2918–4601 cal/g wet weight and 6370–7395 cal/g dry weight; in males it is 2291–4357 cal/g wet weight and 6392–7492 cal/g dry weight. The minimum calorie density of the liver is observed in juvenile pollock: 963 cal/g wet weight and 2045 cal/g dry weight. The dry-matter content of feces in different size groups varies within 15.0–18.4%. Values of the average lipid content of raw material range from 1.1 to 1.6%; the protein content is from 1.8 to 3.8% and carbohydrates are from 0.9 to 1.4%. The calorie density of feces from variously-sized walleye pollock varies within a narrow range, from 308 to 362 cal/g wet weight. The energy equivalent ranges, depending on body size, from 259 to 2377 cal. The share of energy concentrated in the somatic (muscle) tissue of variously-sized walleye pollock during ontogenesis constitutes 56.5–93.9%; in female gonads it is 0.9–26.6%; in male gonads it is 0.4–7.3%, in the female liver it is 7.9–27.2%, and in the male liver it is 5.7–26.9%. The amount of energy (cal), concentrated in the female liver and gonads is on average 1.5 and 3 times as high as that in the male liver and gonads, respectively. The maximum total energy loss (15–30%) in mature walleye pollock of various-sizes occurs in the spawning period, during the transition from the maturity stage 5 to stage 6. The total amount of energy accumulated during the lifecycle from small juveniles (<17 cm) to very large individuals (>60 cm) averages 1964 kcal for females and 1465 kcal for males. The difference in the amount of energy is explained by the fact that oogenesis requires more energy than spermatogenesis.