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  1. National and International Energy Usage Profiles

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Total Primary Energy Consumption per Dollar of GDP EGEE 102-Pisupati

  6. Inferences Class Discussion EGEE 102-Pisupati

  7. Energy Intensity of G7 Countries International Energy Outlook 2001 (March 2001) Tables A1, A3 EGEE 102-Pisupati

  8. World Energy Use, 1999 (Quads) EGEE 102-Pisupati

  9. World Electricity Generation • 12 T kWh • US 3.23 TkWh • China 1.02 TkWh • Japan 0.947 TkWh EGEE 102-Pisupati

  10. Fuel Sources for Electricity Generation (US) EGEE 102-Pisupati

  11. US Total Energy Consumption (2000) EGEE 102-Pisupati

  12. Energy Consumption in the US EGEE 102-Pisupati

  13. 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

  14. US Coal Flow (2000) (Million Short Tons) Surface 692.5 Electric Power 991.3 Consumption 1079.7 Underground 382.9 EGEE 102-Pisupati

  15. US Petroleum Flow MMBbls (2000) EGEE 102-Pisupati

  16. Residential Heating Choices EGEE 102-Pisupati

  17. Transportation EGEE 102-Pisupati