Appendix A – Reconciliation of Data

Reconciliation of Data with Statistics Canada’s Report on Energy Supply and Demand in Canada (RESD) – 2014 (petajoules)
  RESD data Residential Wood Commercial & Public Admin. Diesel Industrial; Commercial & Public Admin. Aviation Fuels Industrial; Commercial & Public Admin. Motor Gasoline
Sector          
Residential 1,403 157      
Commercial/Institutional 1,070   (51) (19) (18)
Industrial 2,781     (1) (34)
Transportation 2,726   51 21 52
Agriculture 279        
Final Demand 8,259 157 0 0 0
Non-Energy 993        
Producer Consumption 1,445        
Net Supply 10,697 157 0 0 0
Fuel Conversion          
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Input Fuels¹ 3,820        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Production² (2,397)        
Total Primary 12,120 157 0 0 0
Reconciliation of Data with Statistics Canada’s Report on Energy Supply and Demand in Canada (RESD) – 2014 (petajoules) (continued)
  LFO - Canadian Airlines, Railways, Road Transport and Urban LFO - Retail Pump Sales Pipeline Fuels Wood Waste & Pulping Liquor
Sector        
Residential        
Commercial/Institutional 1      
Industrial   1   399
Transportation (1) (1) (171)  
Agriculture        
Final Demand 0 0 (171) 399
Non-Energy        
Producer Consumption     171  
Net Supply 0 0 0 399
Fuel Conversion        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Input Fuels¹        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Production²        
Total Primary 0 0 0 399
Reconciliation of Data with Statistics Canada’s Report on Energy Supply and Demand in Canada (RESD) – 2014 (petajoules) (continued)
  Waste Fuels Used in Cement Industry Re-allocation of Producer Consumption by Refineries and Mining Industries Other Adjustments³ Data Presented in this Report
Sector        
Residential       1,560
Commercial/Institutional       983
Industrial 4 466 (2) 3,613
Transportation       2,677
Agriculture       279
Final Demand 4 466 (2) 9,112
Non-Energy       993
Producer Consumption   (466)   1,149
Net Supply 4 0 (2) 11,255
Fuel Conversion        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Input Fuels¹       3,820
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Production²       (2,397)
Total Primary 4 0 (2) 12,678

Notes on sources of energy use data for five end-use sectors:

Residential: Base data taken from RESD (Table 2-1) Residential plus residential wood use (provided by Environment and Climate Change Canada).

Commercial/Institutional: Base data taken from RESD (Table 2-1) Public administration and Commercial and other institutional less (Table 4-1) Public administration and Commercial and other institutional motor gasoline, diesel, aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel columns.

Industrial: Base data taken from RESD (Table 2-1) Total Industrial plus (Table 10) Solid wood waste and spent pulping liquor less (Table 8) Wood waste and spent pulping liquor used for electricity generation multiplied by a conversion factor, plus (Table 4-1) Producer consumption for refining and mining industries of still gas, diesel, heavy fuel oil, light fuel oil, kerosene, petroleum coke and refinery LPG columns, plus (Canadian Industrial Energy End-Use Data and Analysis Centre) Waste fuels from the cement industry, less Motor gasoline from Industrial Sector, less Aviation fuels from Industrial Sector.

Transportation: Base data taken from RESD (Table 2-1) Total transportation less Pipelines plus (Table 4-1) Public administration and Commercial and other institutional motor gasoline, diesel, aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel columns, plus Motor gasoline from Industrial Sector, plus Aviation fuels from Industrial Sector.

Agriculture: Base data taken from RESD (Table 2-1) representing the sum of Agriculture energy source fuels.

¹ "Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Input Fuels" represents the amount of input energy from source fuels (coal, uranium, etc.) that is transformed to electricity, steam, coke and coke gas.
² "Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Production" represents the amount of electricity, steam, coke and coke gas produced. The difference between these items is referred to as conversion losses.
³ Discrepancy between the data for Canada data and the sum of the provinces.