Where are we today?. What percent of oil did the U.S. import in April 2011? 61% How many barrels of oil does that represent? 344,000,000 What percent of the worlds population is the U.S.? 4.5% What percent of the worlds oil does the U.S. consume? 24% Does that math work?.
Does that math work?
Source: EIA data for 2010 http://tonto.eia.doe.gov
2005Per Capita Oil Consumption
Rising standards of living and industrialization are on the verge of dramatically increasing per capita consumption in key emerging economies
Source: Raymond James & Associates. Courtesy of Chesapeake Energy
A) 20% B) 30% C) 40%
* Source: State Alternative Fuels Plan Committee Report, October 2007
Supply from U.S.
Supply is from
Natural gas producing state
Non producing state
U.S. natural gas deposits are far more widespread and larger than U.S. coal deposits
GreenerWhy Natural Gas in U.S.?
SOURCE: Dept of Energy: Clean Cities Alternative Fuel Price Report April 2011
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
(in grams CO2e/MJ)
Data from the California Energy Commission and Used by CARB in Developing the Low Carbon Fuels Standard
Source: Tiax LLC
118 years of Domestic Reserves
35% increase in Reserves inlast 2 years
98% Supplied from the U.S. and CanadaUsing Natural Gas to Diversify Fleet Fuels
Boston - August 2010
Light Duty - - Medium Duty - - Heavy Duty
Last year, the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) ranked the natural gas-burning Honda Civic GX as the greenest vehicle of 2010. Well, that CNG-fed Civic, which is only available in a handful of states, has topped the charts yet again.
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