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Energy Use Data Handbook,
1990 to 2008

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Appendix A –
Reconciliation of Data

Reconciliation of Data on Energy Use Found in This Handbook With Data in Statistics Canada's Report on Energy Supply-Demand in Canada (RESD) - 2008

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 (estimated from Natural Resources Canada's Residential End-Use Model).

Commercial/Institutional: Base data taken from RESD (Table 2-1) Public administration and Commercial and other institutional less (Tables 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.

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.

Agriculture: Base data taken from RESD (Table 2-1) Agriculture.

Reconciliation of Data on Energy Use Found in Handbook Tables With Data in Statistics Canada's Report on Energy Supply-Demand in Canada (RESD) – 2008 (petajoules)
  RESD Data Residential Wood Commercial & Public Admin. Diesel Commercial & Public Admin. Aviation Fuels Commercial & Public Admin. Motor Gasoline
Sector          
Residential 1,360 105      
Commercial/
Institutional
1,531   (214) (41) (70)
Industrial 2,312        
Transportation 2,430   214 41 70
Agriculture 217        
Final Demand 7,850 105 0 0 0
Non-Energy 1,013        
Producer Consumption 1,285        
Net Supply 10,148 105 0 0 0
Fuel Conversion          
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Input Fuels¹ 4,161        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Production² 2,366        
Total Primary 11,943 105 0 0 0


Reconciliation of Data on Energy Use Found in Handbook Tables With Data in Statistics Canada's Report on Energy Supply-Demand in Canada (RESD) – 2008 (petajoules) (continued)
  Pipeline Fuels Wood Waste & Pulping Liquor Waste Fuels Used in Cement Industry Re-allocation of Producer
Consumption by Refineries and Mining Industries
Data Presented in Handbook Tables
Sector          
Residential         1,465
Commercial/
Institutional
        1,206
Industrial   458 5 463 3,238
Transportation (161)       2,594
Agriculture         217
Final Demand (161) 458 5 463 8,720
Non-Energy         1,013
Producer Consumption 161     (463) 983
Net Supply 0 458 5 0 10,716
Fuel Conversion          
Electricity, Steam &
Coal/Coke Input Fuels¹
        4,161
Electricity, Steam &
Coal/Coke Production²
        (2,366)
Total Primary 0 458 5 0 12,510


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.

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