Energy Consumption

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This figure is available also in PDF. (Last modified: 2014/07/02)

This figure is available also in PDF. Data source: 1965-2013 BP Statistical Reviw of World Energy 2014, 1850-1965 assumed proportional to CO2 emissions for coal, oil and gas, and a simple assumption used for hydroelectric, normalized at 1965. (Last modified: 2014/07/02)

This figure is available also in PDF (Last updated 2014/06/17).

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This figure is available also in PDF. Data source: EIA Table E1 Estimated Primary Energy Consumption in the United States, 1635-1945 and EIA Table 1.3 Primary Energy Consumption Estimate s by Sorce, 1949-2013.. The noncombustible energy is separated into hydroelectric and other renewables using the data on EIA International Energy Statistics page. (Last modified: 2013/03/15)

Figure in PDF Data source: Same as for the above figure. (Last modified: 2013/03/11)

This figure is available also in PDF, (data source: EIA Table 1.3 Primary Energy Consumption by Sorce, last modified: 2014/07/04)

Figure in PDF Data source: Same as for the above figure. (Last modified: 2013/08/12)

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This figure is available also in PDF. (Last modified: 2013/03/29)

This figure is available also in PDF. (Last modified 2014/07/03)

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This figure is available also in PDF. (Last modified: 2013/10/03)

This figure is available also in PDF. (Last modified 2013/10/02)

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This figure is available also in PDF. (Last modified 2013/03/27)

This figure is available also in PDF. (Last modified 2013/03/27)

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[PDF, Last modified: 2014/06/26]

[PDF, Last modified: 2014/06/26]

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[PDF, Last modified: 2012/12/08]

Some data are not updated through 2012 yet.

Data Sourec: All using BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2012 except some EIA data for the United States.

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