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Table CT1. Energy Consumption Estimates for Selected Energy Sources in Physical Units, 1960-2019, Alaska

Table CT1. Energy Consumption Estimates for Selected Energy Sources in Physical Units, 1960-2019, Alaska







Year




Coal



Natural
Gas a
Petroleum


Nuclear
Electric Power


Hydro-
electric
Power g



Fuel
Ethanol h




Biodiesel

Distillate
Fuel Oil b


HGL c

Jet
Fuel d

Motor
Gasoline e

Residual
Fuel Oil


Other f


Total
Thousand
Short Tons
Billion
Cubic Feet

Thousand Barrels

Million Kilowatthours

Thousand Barrels
1960 376 2 2,636 46 1,972 1,657 711 1,176 8,197 0 290 NA NA
1961 603 2 2,922 81 2,356 1,811 649 1,408 9,229 0 297 NA NA
1962 708 4 2,989 56 2,838 1,915 719 1,166 9,683 0 304 NA NA
1963 628 6 3,124 79 2,895 2,004 749 1,077 9,928 0 325 NA NA
1964 636 7 3,509 86 3,003 2,078 797 900 10,373 0 322 NA NA
1965 525 8 3,788 91 3,005 2,450 881 760 10,975 0 350 NA NA
1966 872 12 4,087 98 3,733 1,915 967 794 11,593 0 316 NA NA
1967 984 12 4,453 106 4,562 2,681 702 1,140 13,643 0 363 NA NA
1968 857 18 4,976 111 5,119 2,205 763 1,144 14,319 0 364 NA NA
1969 719 43 4,851 124 6,534 2,401 988 1,430 16,329 0 341 NA NA
1970 740 64 5,100 151 6,735 2,621 1,020 1,352 16,979 0 363 NA NA
1971 799 68 6,357 176 7,573 2,844 1,065 1,353 19,368 0 363 NA NA
1972 722 75 6,289 193 8,019 3,685 1,154 1,519 20,860 0 346 NA NA
1973 751 63 6,462 218 7,393 3,197 1,042 1,509 19,821 0 286 NA NA
1974 710 63 6,851 173 7,470 3,545 1,080 1,656 20,775 0 326 NA NA
1975 868 85 7,090 211 7,420 4,179 1,075 1,824 21,800 0 357 NA NA
1976 778 90 9,536 348 7,409 4,697 1,303 1,674 24,967 0 383 NA NA
1977 584 116 10,441 409 7,910 4,845 1,724 2,021 27,350 0 512 NA NA
1978 270 145 10,821 488 8,273 4,533 2,345 2,317 28,777 0 472 NA NA
1979 265 157 5,808 192 8,506 4,681 319 3,232 22,739 0 459 NA NA
1980 273 153 6,677 191 9,618 3,676 371 2,387 22,919 0 539 NA NA
1981 792 122 6,546 152 10,877 4,468 245 1,790 24,077 0 590 0 NA
1982 834 238 6,312 212 11,530 5,089 302 3,065 26,511 0 561 0 NA
1983 785 239 7,305 212 12,252 4,752 392 6,201 31,115 0 593 0 NA
1984 815 258 8,013 272 15,178 5,324 508 6,199 35,494 0 693 0 NA
1985 733 213 10,198 331 15,231 5,638 3,072 7,013 41,482 0 748 0 NA
1986 769 206 7,591 268 16,187 5,425 7,081 10,906 47,458 0 809 (s) NA
1987 274 249 7,106 271 14,850 5,205 3,406 9,701 40,538 0 872 1 NA
1988 276 288 8,168 277 16,899 5,319 713 6,590 37,966 0 935 1 NA
1989 299 322 11,071 278 18,586 5,079 347 5,564 40,926 0 873 (s) NA
1990 784 343 10,548 384 17,367 5,854 426 5,462 40,041 0 975 0 NA
1991 802 367 9,756 402 17,116 5,108 591 3,302 36,275 0 896 0 NA
1992 792 383 11,583 393 14,720 5,881 758 4,208 37,544 0 918 0 NA
1993 863 378 12,388 238 14,693 5,976 723 3,595 37,612 0 1,303 0 NA
1994 796 367 11,357 252 16,080 6,542 721 3,737 38,690 0 1,345 1 NA
1995 815 430 12,803 272 16,921 7,148 746 3,780 41,669 0 1,372 184 NA
1996 706 448 11,837 241 18,652 6,735 906 4,416 42,786 0 1,266 210 NA
1997 740 425 11,979 326 21,108 6,312 864 4,681 45,270 0 1,099 170 NA
1998 1,012 435 11,503 320 21,886 6,737 828 4,395 45,669 0 1,113 100 NA
1999 1,019 423 12,164 266 23,612 6,426 1,068 5,016 48,552 0 817 113 NA
2000 1,024 427 10,875 221 25,872 5,973 788 4,770 48,500 0 1,002 49 NA
2001 989 409 11,675 261 24,262 6,383 1,129 7,032 50,742 0 1,346 134 1
2002 1,034 419 10,815 318 25,111 5,923 1,057 5,479 48,702 0 1,439 97 2
2003 790 414 10,004 314 27,355 5,919 864 5,832 50,288 0 1,583 64 2
2004 891 406 14,059 209 30,954 6,947 702 5,993 58,864 0 1,498 127 4
2005 905 433 12,584 266 31,940 6,853 708 6,319 58,670 0 1,464 0 12
2006 968 374 13,936 277 31,747 6,789 713 6,844 60,306 0 1,224 0 34
2007 889 370 13,534 209 29,053 6,927 734 6,555 57,012 0 1,291 0 46
2008 985 342 13,020 334 23,817 6,708 392 5,101 49,373 0 1,172 0 40
2009 968 342 14,466 411 18,746 6,708 549 5,928 46,808 0 1,324 0 42
2010 971 333 13,761 357 20,083 [R ] 6,877 343 6,887 48,309 [R ] 0 1,433 0 34
2011 1,035 335 14,657 333 18,190 [R ] 6,643 302 7,262 47,386 [R ] 0 1,345 0 116
2012 1,031 343 13,778 338 16,313 [R ] 6,661 432 6,501 44,024 [R ] 0 1,575 0 7
2013 986 332 12,705 327 15,348 [R ] 6,482 94 5,983 40,940 [R ] 0 1,435 0 56
2014 1,200 329 12,686 329 15,080 [R ] 6,763 119 5,255 [R ] 40,232 [R ] 0 1,539 592 171
2015 1,291 334 13,565 285 16,068 [R ] 6,878 116 4,653 [R ] 41,565 [R ] 0 1,569 0 8
2016 1,105 331 11,162 303 15,832 [R ] 6,967 0 4,653 [R ] 38,918 [R ] 0 1,659 0 211
2017 1,101 348 10,257 323 16,197 [R ] 6,778 0 4,843 [R ] 38,398 [R ] 0 1,644 0 160
2018 1,161 355 11,326 338 16,377 [R ] 6,694 (s) 3,542 [R ] 38,277 [R ] 0 1,664 0 160
2019 1,182 359 11,254 346 16,155 6,584 0 4,660 38,999 0 1,623 0 160
aIncludes supplemental gaseous fuels that are commingled with natural gas. hIncludes denaturant. Because of differences in data sources and estimation methods, the ratio of fuel ethanol
consumption and motor gasoline consumption should not be interpreted as the average ethanol blend rate.
bBeginning in 2009, includes biodiesel blended into distillate fuel oil. NA = Not available.
cHydrocarbon gas liquids, include natural gas liquids and refinery olefins. Where shown, R = Revised data and (s) = Value less than 0.5.
dThrough 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."
Notes: Totals may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding. · The continuity of these data series
estimates may be affected by changing data sources and estimation methodologies. See the Technical Notes for each type
of energy.
eBeginning in 1993, includes fuel ethanol blended into motor gasoline. Web Page: All data are available at https://www.eia.gov/state/seds/seds-data-complete.php.
fIncludes asphalt and road oil, aviation gasoline, kerosene, lubricants, petroleum coke, and the “other petroleum products”
category. See Technical Notes, Section 4.
Sources: Data sources, estimation procedures, and assumptions are described in the Technical Notes.
gConventional hydroelectric power. For 1960 through 1989, includes pumped-storage hydroelectricity, which cannot be
separately identified.