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Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Energy flow, US, 2016
The total estimated energy consumption in the USA in 2016 was 97.3 quadrillion BTU (quads). (A quad is 1 quadrillion BTU.) Note that 68.2% of the energy generated is lost as heat or in transmission. A similar figure (66.4%) applies to electricity generation alone, which remains dominated by thermal production (natural gas, coal, and nuclear), in which only around one-third of the energy contained in the source is converted to electrical energy. It should be noted that production from intermittent . . . Complete article »

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Estimated U.S. Energy Use in 2011
Energy flow charts show the relative size of primary energy resources and end uses in the United States, with fuels compared on a common energy unit basis. Click here for a guide to units (1 quadrillion Btu = 293 million MWh). (Click picture to enlarge.) Complete article »

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Estimated Energy Use in 2010, 2009, and 2008
Energy flow charts show the relative size of primary energy resources and end uses in the United States, with fuels compared on a common energy unit basis. Click here for a guide to units (1 quadrillion Btu = 293 million MWh). (Click pictures to enlarge.) Download “Estimated State-Level Energy Flows in 2008” Complete article »

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
U.S. Energy Flowchart 2008
All energy flow statistics are quoted from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration. These statistics can be found in the Annual Energy Review 2008, report number DOE/EIA-0384(2008). Download the PDF for complete source notes. Complete article »

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
U.S. Energy Flow
Chart showing all energy sources and uses in the U.S., 2002. Download original document: “U.S. Energy Flow” Complete article »

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