Chapter 2 Energy

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Figure 2.1 World Consumption of Primary Energy, 2010
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Table 2.1 U.S. Consumption of Total Energy by End-Use Sector, 1973-2012
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Table 2.2 Distribution of Energy Consumption by Source, 1973 and 2012
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Table 2.3 Alternative Fuel and Oxygenate Consumption, 2005-2011
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Table 2.4 Ethanol Consumption, 1995-2011
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Table 2.5 Domestic Consumption of Transportation Energy by Mode and Fuel Type, 2011
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Table 2.6 Transportation Energy Use by Mode, 2010–2011
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Table 2.7 Highway Transportation Energy Consumption by Mode, 1970-2011
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Table 2.8 Nonhighway Transportation Energy Consumption by Mode, 1970–2011
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Table 2.9 Off-Highway Transportation-Related Fuel Consumption from the NonRoad Model, 2011
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Table 2.10 Fuel Consumption from Lawn and Garden Equipment, 2011
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Table 2.11 Highway Usage of Gasoline and Diesel, 1973-2011
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Table 2.12 Passenger Travel and Energy Use, 2011
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Table 2.13 Energy Intensities of Highway Passenger Modes, 1970–2011
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Table 2.14 Energy Intensities of Nonhighway Passenger Modes, 1970–2011
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Figure 2.2 Energy Intensity of Light Rail Transit Systems, 2011
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Figure 2.3 Energy Intensity of Heavy Rail Systems, 2011
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Figure 2.4 Energy Intensity of Commuter Rail Systems, 2011
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Table 2.15 Energy Intensities of Freight Modes, 1970–2011
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