Canada: manufacturing sector energy consumption by source 2018

The statistic shows energy consumption of the manufacturing sector in Canada in 2018, segmented by source. In this year, the Canadian manufacturing sector consumed approximately 186 petajoules of energy derived from wood.

Energy consumption of the manufacturing sector in Canada in 2018, by source

Consumption in terajoules
Natural gas705,061
Electricity639,128
Spent pulping liquor238,626
Wood185,638
Refinery fuel gas151,763
Coal coke85,566
Petroleum coke*60,915
Steam44,329
Coal35,545
Coke oven gas23,235
Heavy fuel oil15,613
Middle distillates15,005
Propane7,797
Butane854
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Source

Release date

2019

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2018

Supplementary notes

Figures were rounded.

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