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Table CT1. Energy Consumption Estimates for Major Energy Sources in Physical Units, 1960-2012, Vermont

Table CT1. Energy Consumption Estimates for Major Energy Sources in Physical Units, 1960-2012, Vermont







Year




Coal



Natural
Gas a
Petroleum


Nuclear
Electric Power


Hydro-
electric
Power f



Fuel
Ethanol g

Distillate
Fuel Oil

Jet
Fuel b


LPG c

Motor
Gasoline d

Residual
Fuel Oil


Other e


Total
Thousand
Short Tons
Billion
Cubic Feet

Thousand Barrels

Million Kilowatthours

Thousand Barrels
1960 137 0 2,958 82 404 3,332 478 1,178 8,431 0 873 NA
1961 150 0 3,329 83 427 3,365 514 1,385 9,102 0 772 NA
1962 117 0 3,626 89 420 3,447 597 1,266 9,445 0 799 NA
1963 130 0 3,795 99 352 3,547 567 1,082 9,442 0 690 NA
1964 107 0 3,628 94 476 3,577 367 856 8,999 0 664 NA
1965 105 0 4,285 79 450 3,789 910 1,059 10,572 0 714 NA
1966 86 1 4,807 93 485 4,041 982 1,094 11,502 0 840 NA
1967 81 1 4,940 117 468 4,310 431 1,216 11,481 0 815 NA
1968 74 2 5,212 127 582 4,546 397 1,354 12,217 0 790 NA
1969 81 2 5,480 120 587 4,725 572 1,103 12,586 0 904 NA
1970 87 3 5,741 121 542 5,077 905 898 13,285 0 786 NA
1971 79 3 5,391 112 590 5,331 916 944 13,285 0 742 NA
1972 56 4 5,674 255 699 5,677 944 778 14,026 169 942 NA
1973 59 4 6,047 219 685 5,763 870 711 14,295 1,598 1,059 NA
1974 60 5 5,071 204 703 5,626 526 643 12,772 2,483 991 NA
1975 31 4 4,642 177 833 5,698 796 502 12,647 3,561 938 NA
1976 24 4 5,470 142 946 6,013 1,250 579 14,400 3,260 1,090 NA
1977 29 4 5,360 137 946 6,125 1,142 542 14,252 3,538 958 NA
1978 19 4 5,280 134 1,199 6,309 979 515 14,416 3,241 874 NA
1979 24 4 5,486 172 541 5,830 347 633 13,008 3,449 930 NA
1980 22 4 4,095 155 666 5,437 471 506 11,331 2,979 813 NA
1981 42 4 3,819 82 626 5,506 348 430 10,811 3,569 1,003 0
1982 50 4 2,699 91 862 5,529 359 407 9,946 4,174 846 0
1983 46 4 3,439 106 866 5,579 318 482 10,791 2,870 1,006 0
1984 55 5 4,085 173 646 5,821 434 872 12,031 3,336 949 0
1985 80 5 4,583 201 791 5,813 122 1,065 12,574 2,999 922 0
1986 26 5 4,289 133 867 5,966 471 967 12,693 2,058 1,044 0
1987 12 5 4,817 181 1,101 6,530 338 983 13,950 3,536 995 0
1988 11 6 5,144 143 1,157 6,797 238 1,022 14,500 4,114 879 0
1989 9 6 4,969 220 1,504 6,554 191 986 14,424 3,607 1,047 0
1990 8 7 4,566 180 1,401 6,696 237 419 13,499 3,616 1,365 0
1991 12 7 4,762 162 1,634 6,772 264 878 14,472 4,108 1,053 0
1992 20 8 5,532 116 1,912 6,879 277 643 15,359 3,735 921 0
1993 6 7 5,539 124 1,641 7,096 474 384 15,259 3,372 981 0
1994 5 7 5,358 138 1,663 7,154 281 522 15,117 4,316 1,039 0
1995 3 7 5,361 127 1,673 7,211 215 535 15,121 3,859 973 0
1996 2 7 5,732 99 1,834 7,331 282 603 15,882 3,799 1,231 0
1997 110 8 5,344 106 1,540 7,606 323 1,153 16,073 4,267 1,067 0
1998 2 8 5,215 121 1,777 7,510 274 752 15,650 3,358 1,194 0
1999 82 8 5,441 143 1,617 7,699 220 612 15,732 4,059 1,196 0
2000 1 10 5,276 144 1,769 8,394 309 721 16,613 4,548 1,221 0
2001 2 8 5,371 120 2,425 8,021 241 806 16,984 4,171 884 0
2002 1 8 4,866 65 2,352 8,164 253 466 16,166 3,963 1,115 0
2003 1 8 5,408 68 1,867 8,304 292 530 16,468 4,444 1,154 0
2004 1 9 5,861 309 1,987 8,407 297 1,037 17,899 3,858 1,187 0
2005 1 8 5,194 423 2,234 8,408 300 693 17,251 4,072 1,211 48
2006 1 8 5,085 376 2,288 8,406 260 591 17,006 5,107 1,519 68
2007 1 9 4,917 317 2,152 8,354 238 689 16,668 4,704 647 98
2008 0 9 4,420 266 2,263 7,987 227 227 15,390 4,895 1,493 510
2009 0 9 4,807 512 2,423 7,964 195 368 16,268 5,361 1,486 749
2010 0 8 4,607 [R ] 222 2,357 7,866 157 351 15,561 [R ] 4,782 1,347 851
2011 0 9 4,791 [R ] 231 2,188 [R ] 7,618 [R ] 150 295 15,274 [R ] 4,907 1,425 831
2012 0 8 4,227 229 2,392 7,453 93 236 14,630 4,989 1,109 870
aNatural gas as it is consumed; includes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. gIncludes denaturant. Pre-2005 estimates are not comparable to those for later years. See Section 5 of Technical Notes.
bThrough 2004, includes kerosene-type and naphtha-type jet fuel. Beginning in 2005, includes kerosene-type jet fuel only;
naphtha-type jet fuel is included in "Other Petroleum."
NA = Not available.
cLiquefied petroleum gases, includes ethane and olefins. Where shown, R = Revised data and (s) = Value less than 0.5.
dMotor gasoline as it is consumed; includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Note: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.
eIncludes asphalt and road oil, aviation gasoline, kerosene, lubricants, and the 16 other petroleum products as described
in the Technical Notes, Section 4, "Other Petroleum Products."
Web Page: All data are available at http://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.cfm.
fConventional hydroelectric power. For 1960 through 1989, includes pumped-storage hydroelectricity, which cannot be
separately identified.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.