Appendix A – Reconciliation of Data

Reconciliation of Data with Statistics Canada’s Report on Energy Supply and Demand in Canada (RESD) – 2018 (petajoules)
  RESD data Residential Wood Commercial & Public Admin. Diesel Industrial; Commercial & Public Admin. Aviation Fuels Industrial; Commercial & Public Admin. Motor Gasoline
Sector          
Residential 1,446 170      
Commercial/Institutional 1,312   (88) (23) (28)
Industrial 2,932     (1) (39)
Transportation 2,858   88 23 67
Agriculture 321        
Final Demand 8,868 170 0 0 0
Non-Energy 1,064        
Producer Consumption 1,326        
Net Supply 11,259 170 0 0 0
Fuel Conversion          
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Input Fuels¹ 3,954        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Production² (2,276)        
Total Primary 12,936 170 0 0 0
Reconciliation of Data with Statistics Canada’s Report on Energy Supply and Demand in Canada (RESD) – 2018 (petajoules) (continued)
  LFO and Kerosene - Transport LFO - Retail Pump Sales Pipeline Fuels Wood Waste & Pulping Liquor
Sector        
Residential   1    
Commercial/Institutional 0 0    
Industrial   0   377
Transportation 0 (1) (191)  
Agriculture   0    
Final Demand 0 0 (191) 377
Non-Energy        
Producer Consumption     191  
Net Supply 0 0 0 377
Fuel Conversion        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Input Fuels¹        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Production²        
Total Primary 0 0 0 377
Reconciliation of Data with Statistics Canada’s Report on Energy Supply and Demand in Canada (RESD) – 2018 (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     0 1,616
Commercial/Institutional     0 1,174
Industrial 4 467 (1) 3,739
Transportation     0 2,844
Agriculture     (1) 320
Final Demand 4 467 (2) 9,694
Non-Energy       1,064
Producer Consumption   (467)   1,050
Net Supply 4 0 (2) 11,808
Fuel Conversion        
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Input Fuels¹       3,954
Electricity, Steam & Coal/Coke Production²       (2,276)
Total Primary 4 0 (2) 13,486

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 (The Canadian Energy and Emissions Data 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 total Canada data and the sum of the provinces.