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Energy Efficiency Trends in Canada, 1990 to 2005

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Appendix A: Reconciliation of Data

Reconciliation of data with the RESD
2005 (PJ)
  RESD data Wood Diesel Aviation fuels Motor gasoline
Residential 1,296 106      
           
Commercial/
Institutional
1,477   -216 -34 -73
           
Industrial 2,283        
           
Transportation 2,389   216 34 73
           
Agriculture 209        
           
Final Demand 7,653 106 0 0 0
           
Non-energy use 982        
Producer consumption 1,355        
           
Net supply 9,990 106 0 0 0
           
Electricity, steam & coal/coke input fuels¹ 4,138        
Electricity, steam & coal/coke production² -2,333        
           
Total primary 11,795 106 0 0 0

Reconciliation of data with the RESD
2005 (PJ) (continued)
  Pipeline Wood waste & pulping liquor Waste (cement industry) Producer consumption OEE
Residential         1,402
           
Commercial/
Institutional
        1,153
           
Industrial   462 4 459 3,209
           
Transportation -211       2,502
           
Agriculture         209
           
Final Demand -211 462 4 459 8,475
           
Non-energy use         982
Producer consumption 211     -459 1,106
           
Net supply 0 462 4 0 10,563
           
Electricity, steam & coal/coke input fuels¹         4,138
Electricity, steam & coal/coke production²         -2,333
           
Total primary 0 462 4 0 12,369

¹ Electricity, steam & coal/coke input fuels represents the amount of input energy from source fuels (coal, uranium, etc.) that are 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.

Residential: Base data taken from RESD (Table 1A, line 44) plus residential wood use (estimated from NRCan's residential end-use model).

Commercial/institutional: Base data taken from RESD (Table 1A, line 45 plus line 46) less commercial and public administration motor gasoline, diesel, aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel (Table 1B, motor gasoline, diesel, aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel columns, line 45 plus line 46).

Industrial: Base data taken from RESD (Table 1A, line 31) plus solid wood waste and spent pulping liquor (Table 20) less wood waste and spent pulping liquor used for electricity generation (Table 18) multiplied by a conversion factor, plus producer consumption by refining and mining industries of still gas, diesel, heavy fuel oil, light fuel oil, kerosene, petroleum coke and refinery LPG (Table 1B, still gas, diesel, heavy fuel oil, light fuel oil, kerosene, petroleum coke and refinery LPG columns, line 16) plus waste fuels from the cement industry (Canadian Industrial Energy End-Use Data and Analysis Centre).

Transportation: Base data taken from RESD (Table 1A, line 42) less pipeline fuels (Table 1A, line 39) plus commercial and public administration motor gasoline, diesel, aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel (Table 1B, motor gasoline, diesel, aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel columns, line 45 plus line 46).

Agriculture: Base data taken from RESD (Table 1A, line 43).

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