2015_PGE 301 Statistics to know - Spring2015: \/Production,Electricity,Otherfuels USEnergyConsumption(~95Quads\/year

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Spring 2015: PGE 301 Statistics to know: General Energy Consumption/Production, Electricity, Other fuels US Energy Consumption (~95 Quads/year) 2012 Total Energy by Fuel (EIA)– 37% petroleum, 27% natural gas, 18% coal, 9% renewables, 8.0% nuclear 2014 Renewables (EIA) – 26% Hydro electric, 23% Wood, 18% Wind, 14% Biofuels (ethanol and biodiesel), 5% waste biomass, 4% Solar, 2% Geothermal, 8% Other 2012 Electricity generation by fuel – 37% coal, 30% Natural gas, 19% nuclear, 12% renewables 1% petroleum 2012 Imports: 16% overall energy, 40% oil (down from 60% oil peak in 2005), EIA projects only 3% total energy imports by 2035 (32% for oil) US Energy Production (~80 Quads/year) 2012 by Fuel – 31% natural gas, 26% coal, 22% oil, 11% renewables, 10% nuclear 2012 US Wind Capacity by State – 1) Texas (12.2 GW), 2. California, 3. Iowa US crude oil production currently ~9.0 MMbpd (November 2014), peaked at ~10 MMbpd in 1970, revived briefly by North Slope of Alaska starting in 1977 (chart in lecture slides) By State, November 2014 Oil Production: 1. Texas (3.4 MMbpd), 2. Fed GoM, 3. ND, 4. CA, 5. AK By State, October 2014 Gross Gas production: 1. Texas (24 Bcfd), 2. PA, 3. AK, 4. OK, 5. WY

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