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National and International Energy Usage Profiles. Total Energy Use QBTUs (1999). 116. 60. 70. E. Europe & FSU. W. Europe. North America. 16. 98. M. East. 20. 12. F. East & Oceania. C.& S. A. Africa. Energy Per Capita Consumption (MMBtu/person). World – 63 Japan - 171 US - 320.

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National and international energy usage profiles

National and International Energy Usage Profiles


Total energy use qbtus 1999

Total Energy Use QBTUs (1999)

116

60

70

E. Europe & FSU

W. Europe

North America

16

98

M. East

20

12

F. East & Oceania

C.& S. A.

Africa

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Energy per capita consumption mmbtu person

Energy Per Capita Consumption (MMBtu/person)

World – 63

Japan - 171

US - 320

289

148

125

E. Europe & FSU

W. Europe

North America

100

M. East

50

30

15

F. East & Oceania

C.& S. A.

Africa

EGEE 102-Pisupati


The world needs affordable energy

The World Needs Affordable Energy

Affluence

Japan

France

U.S.

UK

Mexico

South Korea

GDP per Capita ($ / yr / person)

Poland

China

Bangladesh

Poverty

Annual Commercial Energy Consumption

per Capita (kWh / person)

Source: World Resources Institute Database 1996-1997

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Total primary energy consumption per dollar of gdp

Total Primary Energy Consumption per Dollar of GDP

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Inferences class discussion

Inferences Class Discussion

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Energy intensity of g7 countries

Energy Intensity of G7 Countries

International Energy Outlook 2001 (March 2001)

Tables A1, A3

EGEE 102-Pisupati


World energy use 1999 quads

World Energy Use, 1999 (Quads)

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World electricity generation

World Electricity Generation

  • 12 T kWh

    • US 3.23 TkWh

    • China 1.02 TkWh

    • Japan 0.947 TkWh

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Fuel sources for electricity generation us

Fuel Sources for Electricity Generation (US)

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Us total energy consumption 2000

US Total Energy Consumption (2000)

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Energy consumption in the us

Energy Consumption in the US

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Us energy foundation

US Energy Foundation

1999

Oil 40%

96.1 Quads

Renewables

6%

Coal

21%

Fossil fuels provide 85% of energy (67% of electricity)

Gas

28%

Nuclear 5%

+32%

2020

Oil 40%

127.0 Quads

Coal

22%

By 2020, reliance on fossil fuels could grow to 90%

Renewables 7%

Gas

23%

Nuclear 8%

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Us coal flow 2000 million short tons

US Coal Flow (2000) (Million Short Tons)

Surface

692.5

Electric Power

991.3

Consumption

1079.7

Underground

382.9

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Us petroleum flow mmbbls 2000

US Petroleum Flow MMBbls (2000)

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Residential heating choices

Residential Heating Choices

EGEE 102-Pisupati


Transportation

Transportation

EGEE 102-Pisupati


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