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U.S. Energy Information Administration / Monthly Energy Review April 2016
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Table 7.2c   Electricity Net Generation:  Commercial and Industrial Sectors
(Subset of Table 7.2a; Million Kilowatthours)
)
Commercial Sectora
Industrial Sectorb
Coalc
Petro-
leumd
Natural
Gase
Biomass
Totalg
Coalc
Petro-
leumd
Natural
Gase
Other
Gasesh
Hydro-
electric
Poweri
Biomass
Totalk
Wastef
Woodj
Wastef
1950 Total....................       NA
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
4,946
NA
NA
4,946
1955 Total....................       NA
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3,261
NA
NA
3,261
1960 Total....................       NA
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3,607
NA
NA
3,607
1965 Total....................       NA
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3,134
NA
NA
3,134
1970 Total....................       NA
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3,244
NA
NA
3,244
1975 Total....................       NA
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3,106
NA
NA
3,106
1980 Total....................       NA
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3,161
NA
NA
3,161
1985 Total....................       NA
A
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
3,161
NA
NA
3,161
1990 Total....................
.
796
589
3,272
812
5,837
21,107
7,008
60,007
9,641
2,975
25,379
949
130,830
1995 Total....................
.
998
379
5,162
1,519
8,232
22,372
6,030
71,717
11,943
5,304
28,868
900
151,025
2000 Total....................
.
1,097
432
4,262
1,985
7,903
22,056
5,597
78,798
11,927
4,135
28,652
839
156,673
2001 Total....................
.
995
438
4,434
1,007
7,416
20,135
5,293
79,755
8,454
3,145
26,888
596
149,175
2002 Total....................
.
992
431
4,310
1,053
7,415
21,525
4,403
79,013
9,493
3,825
29,643
846
152,580
2003 Total....................
.
1,206
423
3,899
1,289
7,496
19,817
5,285
78,705
12,953
4,222
27,988
715
154,530
2004 Total....................
.
1,340
499
3,969
1,562
8,270
19,773
5,967
78,959
11,684
3,248
28,367
797
153,925
2005 Total....................
.
1,353
375
4,249
1,657
8,492
19,466
5,368
72,882
9,687
3,195
28,271
733
144,739
2006 Total....................
.
1,310
235
4,355
1,599
8,371
19,464
4,223
77,669
9,923
2,899
28,400
572
148,254
2007 Total....................
.
1,371
189
4,257
1,599
8,273
16,694
4,243
77,580
9,411
1,590
28,287
631
143,128
2008 Total....................
.
1,261
142
4,188
1,534
7,926
15,703
3,219
76,421
8,507
1,676
26,641
821
137,113
2009 Total....................
.
1,096
163
4,225
1,748
8,165
13,686
2,963
75,748
7,574
1,868
25,292
740
132,329
2010 Total....................
.
1,111
124
4,725
1,672
8,592
18,441
2,258
81,583
8,343
1,668
25,706
869
144,082
2011 Total....................
.
1,049
89
5,487
2,315
10,080
14,490
1,891
81,911
8,624
1,799
26,691
917
141,875
2012 Total....................
.
883
196
6,603
2,319
11,301
12,603
2,922
86,500
8,913
2,353
26,725
948
146,107
2013 Total....................
.
839
124
7,154
2,567
12,234
12,554
2,531
88,733
8,531
3,463
27,691
1,346
150,015
2014 January................
.
76
103
651
243
1,218
1,105
185
7,441
667
120
2,343
116
12,391
February ..............
.
79
38
533
199
961
998
147
6,680
606
104
2,105
103
11,112
March...................
.
66
30
529
214
972
1,087
159
7,105
651
114
2,311
123
11,937
April .....................
.
47
10
509
219
927
955
160
6,690
624
127
2,188
125
11,251
May......................
.
39
8
557
224
986
1,009
165
6,918
662
130
2,276
105
11,667
June .....................
.
42
8
605
225
1,041
1,065
167
6,960
711
100
2,295
110
11,814
July ......................
.
50
9
701
248
1,173
1,105
166
7,685
786
89
2,426
120
12,790
August .................
.
42
8
722
244
1,181
1,081
169
7,716
820
96
2,384
111
12,856
September ...........
.
36
9
657
231
1,086
1,013
162
7,234
828
86
2,171
102
12,044
October ................
.
31
10
601
215
1,008
942
140
7,028
748
93
2,180
118
11,667
November ............
.
44
10
560
202
960
966
151
7,083
772
99
2,175
115
11,797
December ............
.
45
11
602
216
1,007
1,015
163
7,670
790
125
2,386
119
12,757
 Total....................
.
595
255
7,227
2,681
12,520
12,341
1,934
86,209
8,664
1,282
27,239
1,367
144,083
2015 January................
.
53
27
619
227
1,062
992
157
7,685
894
130
2,446
121
12,791
February ..............
.
59
81
533
199
1,005
955
187
6,586
747
113
2,152
104
11,155
March...................
.
51
13
616
229
1,067
1,007
143
6,666
743
142
2,212
118
11,387
April .....................
.
33
9
539
212
968
798
135
6,363
668
136
2,195
102
10,793
May......................
.
35
11
655
221
1,102
912
131
6,863
701
113
2,186
107
11,442
June .....................
.
42
11
652
218
1,101
1,018
113
7,207
804
100
2,252
103
12,025
July ......................
.
44
13
720
231
1,196
1,083
140
7,716
948
113
2,441
113
13,008
August .................
.
35
12
732
220
1,184
1,108
138
7,727
867
81
2,354
103
12,842
September ...........
.
32
10
674
221
1,113
1,015
135
7,286
870
61
2,244
104
12,130
October ................
.
34
8
638
221
1,057
956
122
6,956
641
97
2,213
120
11,533
November ............
.
33
7
650
232
1,079
893
120
7,402
637
109
2,220
122
11,904
December ............
.
37
8
661
230
1,095
895
126
7,984
788
127
2,315
126
12,763
 Total....................
.
488
210
7,690
2,660
13,029
11,632
1,648
86,440
9,308
1,323
27,230
1,343
143,773
2016 January................
.
41
12
656
212
1,065
907
151
7,551
885
127
2,315
117
12,464
Commercial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and commercial electricity-only
plants.
.
Industrial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and industrial electricity-only
plants.
.
Anthracite, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal, lignite, waste coal, and coal
synfuel.
.
Distillate fuel oil, residual fuel oil, petroleum coke, jet fuel, kerosene, other
petroleum, waste oil, and, beginning in 2011, propane.
.
Natural gas, plus a small amount of supplemental gaseous fuels.
Municipal solid waste from biogenic sources, landfill gas, sludge waste,
agricultural  byproducts,  and  other  biomass.    Through  2000,  also  includes
non-renewable waste (municipal  solid  waste  from  non-biogenic  sources,  and
tire-derived fuels).
.
Includes a small amount of conventional hydroelectric power, other gases,
photovoltaic  (PV)  energy,  wind,  wood,  and  other,  which  are  not  separately
displayed. Does not include estimated distributed solar photovoltaic generation,
which in the commercial sector was 4,349 million kilowatthours in 2014 and 5,024
million kilowatthours in 2015.
.
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels. Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
Conventional hydroelectric power.
Wood and wood-derived fuels.
Includes photovoltaic (PV) energy, wind, batteries, chemicals, hydrogen, pitch,
purchased steam, sulfur, miscellaneous technologies,  and, beginning in 2001,
non-renewable  waste (municipal  solid  waste  from  non-biogenic  sources,  and
tire-derived  fuels).  Does  not  include  estimated  distributed  solar  photovoltaic
generation, which in the industrial sector was 943 million kilowatthours in 2014 and
1,109 million kilowatthours in 2015
NA=Not available.  
Notes:  
Data are for utility-scale facilities.  See Note 1, "Coverage of Electricity
Statistics," at end of section.   
See Note 2, "Classification of Power Plants Into
Energy-Use Sectors," at end of section. 
Totals may not equal sum of components
due to independent rounding.  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states and the
District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:   See end of  section.
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Figure 7.3 Consumption of Selected Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation
Coal by Sector, 1989–2015
Petroleum by Sector, 1989–2015
Natural Gas by Sector, 1989–2015
Other Gases
b
by Sector, 1989–2015
Wood by Sector, 1989–2015
Waste by Sector, 1989–2015
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U.S. Energy Information Administration / Monthly Energy Review April 2016
Commercial
Industrial
Electric Power
Electric Power
Industrial
Industrial
Total
a
Total
a
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0.0
0.3
0.6
0.9
1.2
Billion Short Tons
Total
a
Electric Power
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
Million Barrels
Total
a
Electric Power
Industrial
Includes commercial sector.
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels.  Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
Note:  Data are for utility-scale facilities.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity.
Sources:  Tables 7.3a–7.3c.
Industrial
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
Trillion Cubic Feet
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
50
100
150
200
Trillion Btu
Total
a
Total
Electric Power
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
100
200
300
400
Trillion Btu
Electric Power
Industrial
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
250
500
750
Trillion Btu
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Table 7.3a   Consumption of Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation:  
Total (All Sectors)  
(Sum of Tables 7.3b and 7.3c)
Coala
Petroleum
Natural
Gasf
Other
Gasesg
Biomass
Otherj
Distillate
Fuel Oilb
Residual
Fuel Oilc
Other
Liquidsd
Petroleum
Cokee
Totale
Woodh
Wastei
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand Barrels
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand
Barrels
Billion
Cubic Feet
Trillion Btu
1950 Total....................
.
91,871
5,423
69,998
NA
NA
75,421
629
NA
5
NA
NA
1955 Total....................
.
143,759
5,412
69,862
NA
NA
75,274
1,153
NA
3
NA
NA
1960 Total....................
.
176,685
3,824
84,371
NA
NA
88,195
1,725
NA
2
NA
NA
1965 Total....................
.
244,788
4,928
110,274
NA
NA
115,203
2,321
NA
3
NA
NA
1970 Total....................
.
320,182
24,123
311,381
NA
636
338,686
3,932
NA
1
2
NA
1975 Total....................
.
405,962
38,907
467,221
NA
70
506,479
3,158
NA
(s)
2
NA
1980 Total....................
.
569,274
29,051
391,163
NA
179
421,110
3,682
NA
3
2
NA
1985 Total....................
.
693,841
14,635
158,779
NA
231
174,571
3,044
NA
8
7
NA
1990 Total..................
.
792,457
18,143
190,652
437
1,914
218,800
3,692
112
442
211
36
1995 Total....................
.
860,594
19,615
95,507
680
3,355
132,578
4,738
133
480
316
42
2000 Total....................
.
994,933
31,675
143,381
1,450
3,744
195,228
5,691
126
496
330
46
2001 Total....................
.
972,691
31,150
165,312
855
3,871
216,672
5,832
97
486
228
160
2002 Total....................
.
987,583
23,286
109,235
1,894
6,836
168,597
6,126
131
605
257
191
2003 Total.................... 1,014,058
8
29,672
142,518
2,947
6,303
206,653
5,616
156
519
249
193
2004 Total.................... 1,020,523
3
20,163
142,088
2,856
7,677
203,494
5,675
135
344
230
183
2005 Total.................... 1,041,448
8
20,651
141,518
2,968
8,330
206,785
6,036
110
355
230
173
2006 Total.................... 1,030,556
6
13,174
58,473
2,174
7,363
110,634
6,462
115
350
241
172
2007 Total.................... 1,046,795
5
15,683
63,833
2,917
6,036
112,615
7,089
115
353
245
168
2008 Total.................... 1,042,335
5
12,832
38,191
2,822
5,417
80,932
6,896
97
339
267
172
2009 Total....................
.
934,683
12,658
28,576
2,328
4,821
67,668
7,121
84
320
272
170
2010 Total....................
.
979,684
14,050
23,997
2,056
4,994
65,071
7,680
90
350
281
184
2011 Total....................
.
934,938
11,231
14,251
1,844
5,012
52,387
7,884
91
348
279
205
2012 Total....................
.
825,734
9,285
11,755
1,565
3,675
40,977
9,485
103
390
290
204
2013 Total....................
.
860,729
9,784
11,766
1,681
4,852
47,492
8,596
115
398
298
200
2014 January................
.
83,647
4,958
4,278
954
436
12,369
695
9
37
27
17
February ..............
.
76,160
1,380
1,538
199
361
4,924
580
8
34
25
15
March...................
.
72,124
1,480
1,731
264
421
5,578
591
8
37
27
16
April .....................
.
58,065
672
801
83
303
3,070
579
8
32
26
16
May......................
.
64,033
840
698
109
393
3,614
680
9
32
27
17
June .....................
.
74,328
690
762
50
418
3,591
754
9
37
27
17
July ......................
.
81,495
673
921
102
385
3,621
881
10
39
28
17
August .................
.
81,074
700
954
97
382
3,661
935
10
38
27
18
September ...........
.
69,127
718
805
121
372
3,504
806
10
36
26
17
October ................
.
61,129
675
753
123
230
2,701
736
9
35
25
16
November ............
.
64,651
841
734
106
288
3,121
633
10
36
24
17
December ............
.
67,799
837
730
153
424
3,840
674
10
38
25
18
 Total....................
.
853,634
14,465
14,704
2,363
4,412
53,593
8,544
110
431
314
200
2015 January................
.
71,302
1,327
1,784
246
400
5,354
748
11
38
27
15
February ..............
.
67,056
3,775
4,212
738
419
10,822
678
9
34
23
13
March...................
.
58,308
861
815
152
278
3,217
736
8
35
25
14
April .....................
.
48,549
642
797
111
301
3,053
694
8
31
24
15
May......................
.
57,217
856
746
138
343
3,452
769
8
34
25
16
June .....................
.
69,166
810
850
113
305
3,299
927
9
36
25
16
July ......................
.
76,833
790
1,128
122
421
4,145
1,088
10
39
27
17
August .................
.
74,067
740
1,004
117
397
3,847
1,069
10
39
26
17
September ...........
.
65,008
670
877
172
381
3,625
934
9
35
24
16
October ................
.
53,985
650
781
123
312
3,115
827
7
33
25
15
November ............
.
49,173
816
865
79
253
3,027
770
7
34
26
15
December ............
.
50,191
818
728
91
278
3,026
808
9
37
27
16
 Total....................
.
740,855
12,756
14,588
2,201
4,088
49,983
10,048
104
424
304
186
2016 January................
.
62,151
1,207
1,023
150
346
4,112
808
10
36
27
16
Anthracite, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal, lignite, waste coal, and coal
synfuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 1, 2, and 4.  For 1949–1979, data are for gas turbine and internal
combustion plant use of petroleum.  For 1980–2000, electric utility data also include
small amounts of kerosene and jet fuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 5 and 6.  For 1949–1979, data are for steam plant use of
petroleum.  For 1980–2000, electric utility data also include a small amount of fuel
oil no. 4.
.
Jet fuel, kerosene, other petroleum liquids, waste oil, and, beginning in 2011,
propane.
.
Petroleum coke is converted from short tons to barrels by multiplying by 5.
Natural gas, plus a small amount of supplemental gaseous fuels.
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels. Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
.
Wood and wood-derived fuels.
Municipal solid waste from biogenic sources, landfill gas, sludge waste,
agricultural  byproducts,  and  other  biomass.    Through  2000,  also  includes
non-renewable waste (municipal  solid  waste  from  non-biogenic  sources,  and
d
tire-derived fuels).
Batteries, chemicals, hydrogen, pitch, purchased steam, sulfur, miscellaneous
technologies, and, beginning in 2001, non-renewable waste (municipal solid waste
from non-biogenic sources, and tire-derived fuels).
Through 1988, data are for electric utilities only.  Beginning in 1989, data are
for electric utilities, independent power producers, commercial plants, and industrial
plants.
NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 0.5 trillion Btu.  
Notes:  
Data are for utility-scale facilities.  See Note 1, "Coverage of Electricity
Statistics," at end of section.  
Data are for fuels consumed to produce electricity. 
Data also include fuels consumed to produce useful thermal output at a small
number of electric utility combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plants.  
Totals may not
equal sum of components due to independent rounding.  
Geographic coverage is
the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See sources for Tables 7.3b and 7.3c.
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U.S. Energy Information Administration / Monthly Energy Review April 2016
Table 7.3b   Consumption of Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation: 
Electric Power Sector
r
(Subset of Table 7.3a)
Coala
Petroleum
Natural
Gasf
Other
Gasesg
Biomass
Otherj
Distillate
Fuel Oilb
Residual
Fuel Oilc
Other
Liquidsd
Petroleum
Cokee
Totale
Woodh
Wastei
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand Barrels
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand
Barrels
Billion
Cubic Feet
Trillion Btu
1950 Total....................
.
91,871
5,423
69,998
NA
NA
75,421
629
NA
5
NA
NA
1955 Total....................
.
143,759
5,412
69,862
NA
NA
75,274
1,153
NA
3
NA
NA
1960 Total....................
.
176,685
3,824
84,371
NA
NA
88,195
1,725
NA
2
NA
NA
1965 Total....................
.
244,788
4,928
110,274
NA
NA
115,203
2,321
NA
3
NA
NA
1970 Total....................
.
320,182
24,123
311,381
NA
636
338,686
3,932
NA
1
2
NA
1975 Total....................
.
405,962
38,907
467,221
NA
70
506,479
3,158
NA
(s)
2
NA
1980 Total....................
.
569,274
29,051
391,163
NA
179
421,110
3,682
NA
3
2
NA
1985 Total....................
.
693,841
14,635
158,779
NA
231
174,571
3,044
NA
8
7
NA
1990 Total..................
.
781,301
16,394
183,285
25
1,008
204,745
3,147
6
106
180
(s)
1995 Total....................
.
847,854
18,066
88,895
441
2,452
119,663
4,094
18
106
282
2
2000 Total....................
.
982,713
29,722
138,047
403
3,155
183,946
5,014
19
126
294
1
2001 Total....................
.
961,523
29,056
159,150
374
3,308
205,119
5,142
9
116
205
109
2002 Total....................
.
975,251
21,810
104,577
1,243
5,705
156,154
5,408
25
141
224
137
2003 Total.................... 1,003,036
6
27,441
137,361
1,937
5,719
195,336
4,909
30
156
216
136
2004 Total.................... 1,012,459
9
18,793
138,831
2,511
7,135
195,809
5,075
27
150
206
131
2005 Total.................... 1,033,567
7
19,450
138,337
2,591
7,877
199,760
5,485
24
166
205
116
2006 Total.................... 1,022,802
2
12,578
56,347
1,783
6,905
105,235
5,891
28
163
216
117
2007 Total.................... 1,041,346
6
15,135
62,072
2,496
5,523
107,316
6,502
27
165
221
117
2008 Total.................... 1,036,891
1
12,318
37,222
2,608
5,000
77,149
6,342
23
159
242
122
2009 Total....................
.
929,692
11,848
27,768
2,110
4,485
64,151
6,567
21
160
244
115
2010 Total....................
.
971,245
13,677
23,560
1,848
4,679
62,477
7,085
20
177
249
116
2011 Total....................
.
928,857
10,961
13,861
1,655
4,726
50,105
7,265
18
166
241
133
2012 Total....................
.
820,762
9,000
11,292
1,339
2,861
35,937
8,788
19
171
250
132
2013 Total....................
.
855,546
9,511
11,322
1,488
4,189
43,265
7,888
41
187
251
130
2014 January................
.
83,213
4,836
4,188
931
404
11,973
634
2
19
23
10
February ..............
.
75,772
1,325
1,472
181
331
4,636
527
2
17
21
9
March...................
.
71,706
1,439
1,676
246
389
5,305
535
2
19
23
11
April .....................
.
57,692
648
766
70
267
2,817
526
2
16
22
10
May......................
.
63,635
819
660
91
363
3,383
624
2
15
23
11
June .....................
.
73,907
672
717
36
385
3,350
697
2
19
23
11
July ......................
.
81,059
653
879
87
352
3,380
818
3
20
24
11
August .................
.
80,644
683
920
80
349
3,427
872
3
20
23
11
September ...........
.
68,726
698
769
103
343
3,285
747
2
19
22
10
October ................
.
60,759
651
713
106
201
2,476
679
3
18
21
10
November ............
.
64,281
816
686
90
261
2,895
576
3
19
21
11
December ............
.
67,410
812
686
137
395
3,610
612
3
20
22
11
 Total....................
.
848,803
14,052
14,132
2,157
4,039
50,537
7,849
29
220
266
127
2015 January................
.
70,934
1,288
1,700
228
369
5,061
687
3
20
22
10
February ..............
.
66,692
3,675
4,043
724
388
10,384
626
2
18
19
9
March...................
.
57,928
830
774
128
255
3,006
682
2
18
21
9
April .....................
.
48,260
616
766
94
272
2,835
644
2
15
21
10
May......................
.
56,883
830
709
111
320
3,248
713
2
18
21
10
June .....................
.
68,779
783
821
91
288
3,136
868
2
19
22
11
July ......................
.
76,422
756
1,096
110
392
3,925
1,026
3
21
24
11
August .................
.
73,649
707
981
101
370
3,639
1,007
3
21
23
11
September ...........
.
64,625
647
852
159
355
3,434
875
3
17
21
10
October ................
.
53,630
625
768
109
288
2,942
772
2
16
22
10
November ............
.
48,855
793
848
54
236
2,877
712
2
18
22
10
December ............
.
49,866
790
713
69
257
2,855
745
2
19
23
11
 Total....................
.
736,523
12,340
14,072
1,979
3,790
47,342
9,357
29
219
260
123
2016 January................
.
61,819
1,178
986
140
319
3,898
749
3
19
23
10
Anthracite, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal, lignite, waste coal, and coal
synfuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 1, 2, and 4.  For 1949–1979, data are for gas turbine and internal
combustion plant use of petroleum.  For 1980–2000, electric utility data also include
small amounts of kerosene and jet fuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 5 and 6.  For 1949–1979, data are for steam plant use of
petroleum.  For 1980–2000, electric utility data also include a small amount of fuel
oil no. 4.
.
Jet fuel, kerosene, other petroleum liquids, waste oil, and, beginning in 2011,
propane.
.
Petroleum coke is converted from short tons to barrels by multiplying by 5.
Natural gas, plus a small amount of supplemental gaseous fuels.
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels. Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
.
Wood and wood-derived fuels.
Municipal solid waste from biogenic sources, landfill gas, sludge waste,
agricultural  byproducts,  and  other  biomass.    Through  2000,  also  includes
non-renewable waste (municipal  solid  waste  from  non-biogenic  sources,  and
tire-derived fuels).
.
Batteries, chemicals, hydrogen, pitch, purchased steam, sulfur, miscellaneous
technologies, and, beginning in 2001, non-renewable waste (municipal solid waste
from non-biogenic sources, and tire-derived fuels).
Through 1988, data are for electric utilities only.  Beginning in 1989, data are
for electric utilities and independent power producers.
NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 0.5 trillion Btu.  
Notes:  
Data are for utility-scale facilities.  See Note 1, "Coverage of Electricity
Statistics," at end of  section.  
Data are for fuels consumed to produce electricity. 
Data also include fuels consumed to produce useful thermal output at a small
number of electric utility combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plants.  
The electric
power  sector  comprises  electricity-only  and  combined-heat-and-power  (CHP)
plants within the NAICS 22 category whose primary business is to sell electricity, or
electricity and heat, to the public.   
Totals  may  not  equal  sum  of  components 
due  to  independent rounding.  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states and the
District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:   See end of section.
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Table 7.3c   Consumption of Selected Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation:
Commercial and Industrial Sectors
s
(Subset of Table 7.3a)
Commercial Sectora
Industrial Sectorb
Coalc
Petroleumd
Natural
Gase
Biomass
Coalc
Petroleumd
Natural
Gase
Other
Gasesg
Biomass
Otheri
Wastef
Woodh
Wastef
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand
Barrels
Billion
Cubic Feet
Trillion
Btu
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand
Barrels
Billion
Cubic Feet
Trillion Btu
1990 Total....................
.
417
953
28
15
10,740
13,103
517
104
335
16
36
1995 Total....................
.
569
649
43
21
12,171
12,265
601
114
373
13
40
2000 Total....................
.
514
823
37
26
11,706
10,459
640
107
369
10
45
2001 Total....................
.
532
1,023
36
15
10,636
10,530
654
88
370
7
44
2002 Total....................
.
477
834
33
18
11,855
11,608
685
106
464
15
43
2003 Total....................
.
582
894
38
19
10,440
10,424
668
127
362
13
46
2004 Total....................
.
377
766
33
19
7,687
6,919
566
108
194
5
41
2005 Total....................
.
377
585
34
20
7,504
6,440
518
85
189
5
46
2006 Total....................
.
347
333
35
21
7,408
5,066
536
87
187
3
45
2007 Total....................
.
361
258
34
19
5,089
5,041
554
88
188
4
41
2008 Total....................
.
369
166
33
20
5,075
3,617
520
73
179
5
39
2009 Total....................
.
317
190
34
23
4,674
3,328
520
62
160
4
42
2010 Total....................
.
314
172
39
24
8,125
2,422
555
70
172
8
55
2011 Total....................
.
347
137
47
31
5,735
2,145
572
74
182
7
57
2012 Total....................
.
307
279
63
33
4,665
4,761
633
84
219
8
54
2013 Total....................
.
513
335
67
36
4,670
3,892
642
74
210
11
50
2014 January................
.
27
113
6
3
407
283
54
6
18
1
5
February ..............
.
27
58
5
3
362
229
48
6
16
1
4
March...................
.
22
44
5
3
396
229
51
6
17
1
4
April .....................
.
16
32
5
3
357
220
48
6
16
1
4
May......................
.
12
23
6
3
385
208
51
7
17
1
4
June .....................
.
15
27
6
3
406
214
51
7
18
1
4
July ......................
.
16
24
7
3
420
216
55
7
19
1
4
August .................
.
14
24
7
3
417
210
56
8
18
1
5
September ...........
.
12
25
6
3
389
194
52
8
17
1
5
October ................
.
11
29
6
3
359
196
51
7
17
1
4
November ............
.
14
29
5
3
356
197
52
7
17
1
5
December ............
.
16
32
6
3
373
198
55
7
19
1
5
 Total....................
.
202
462
72
36
4,629
2,594
623
81
210
11
54
2015 January................
.
17
56
6
3
351
237
55
8
18
1
3
February ..............
.
19
165
5
3
345
273
47
6
16
1
3
March...................
.
17
26
6
3
363
185
48
6
17
1
3
April .....................
.
11
18
5
2
278
200
45
6
16
1
4
May......................
.
12
20
6
2
321
185
49
6
16
1
4
June .....................
.
14
20
6
2
373
144
52
7
17
1
4
July ......................
.
15
24
7
3
396
196
55
8
18
1
4
August .................
.
12
23
7
3
406
185
55
7
18
1
4
September ...........
.
11
17
6
2
372
174
52
7
17
1
4
October ................
.
11
10
6
3
344
163
49
5
17
1
4
November ............
.
11
9
6
3
306
140
52
5
17
1
4
December ............
.
12
12
6
3
313
159
56
6
17
1
4
 Total....................
.
163
402
74
33
4,169
2,239
618
76
204
10
44
2016 January................
.
13
13
6
3
319
201
53
7
17
1
4
Commercial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and commercial electricity-only
plants.
.
Industrial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and industrial electricity-only
plants.
.
Anthracite, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal, lignite, waste coal, and coal
synfuel.
.
Distillate fuel oil, residual fuel oil, petroleum coke, jet fuel, kerosene, other
petroleum, waste oil, and, beginning in 2011, propane.
.
Natural gas, plus a small amount of supplemental gaseous fuels.
Municipal solid waste from biogenic sources, landfill gas, sludge waste,
agricultural  byproducts,  and  other  biomass.    Through  2000,  also  includes
non-renewable waste (municipal  solid  waste  from  non-biogenic  sources,  and
tire-derived fuels).
.
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels. Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
.
Wood and wood-derived fuels.
Batteries, chemicals, hydrogen, pitch, purchased steam, sulfur, miscellaneous
technologies, and, beginning in 2001, non-renewable waste (municipal solid waste
from non-biogenic sources, and tire-derived fuels).
Notes:  
Data are for utility-scale facilities.  See Note 1, "Coverage of Electricity
Statistics,"  at end of section.  
See Note 2, “Classification of Power Plants Into
Energy-Use Sectors,” at end of section.  
Data are for fuels consumed to produce
electricity.  Through 1988, data are not available.  
Totals may not equal sum of
components due to independent rounding.  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states
and the District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1989.
Sources:  
•  
1989–1997:  U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), Form
EIA-867, "Annual Nonutility Power Producer Report."  
•  
1998–2000:  EIA, Form
EIA-860B, "Annual Electric Generator Report—Nonutility."  
•  
2001–2003:  EIA,
Form EIA-906, "Power Plant Report." 
•  
2004–2007:  EIA, Form EIA-906, "Power
Plant Report," and Form EIA-920, "Combined Heat and Power Plant Report."
•  
2008 forward:  EIA, Form EIA-923, "Power Plant Operations Report."
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Figure 7.4 Consumption of Selected Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation
and Useful Thermal Output
Coal by Sector, 1989–2015
Petroleum by Sector, 1989–2015
Natural Gas by Sector, 1989–2015
Other Gases
b
by Sector, 1989–2015
Wood by Sector, 1989–2015
Waste by Sector, 1989–2015
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Industrial
Commercial
Industrial
Electric Power
Industrial
Total
a
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0.0
0.3
0.6
0.9
1.2
Billion Short Tons
Total
a
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
90
180
270
360
Million Barrels
Electric Power
Includes commercial sector.
b
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels. Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
Note:  Data are for utility-scale facilities.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity.
Sources:  Tables 7.4a–7.4c.
Industrial
Total
a
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
3
6
9
12
Trillion Cubic Feet
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
100
200
300
400
Trillion Btu
Electric Power
Industrial
Total
a
Total
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
100
200
300
400
500
Trillion Btu
Electric Power
Electric Power
Electric Power
Industrial
Total
a
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0.0
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
Quadrillion Btu
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Table 7.4a   Consumption of Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation
and Useful Thermal Output:  Total (All Sectors) 
(Sum of Tables 7.4b and 7.4c)
Coala
Petroleum
Natural
Gasf
Other
Gasesg
Biomass
Otherj
Distillate
Fuel Oilb
Residual
Fuel Oilc
Other
Liquidsd
Petroleum
Cokee
Totale
Woodh
Wastei
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand Barrels
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand
Barrels
Billion
Cubic Feet
Trillion Btu
1950 Total....................
.
91,871
5,423
69,998
NA
NA
75,421
629
NA
5
NA
NA
1955 Total....................
.
143,759
5,412
69,862
NA
NA
75,274
1,153
NA
3
NA
NA
1960 Total....................
.
176,685
3,824
84,371
NA
NA
88,195
1,725
NA
2
NA
NA
1965 Total....................
.
244,788
4,928
110,274
NA
NA
115,203
2,321
NA
3
NA
NA
1970 Total....................
.
320,182
24,123
311,381
NA
636
338,686
3,932
NA
1
2
NA
1975 Total....................
.
405,962
38,907
467,221
NA
70
506,479
3,158
NA
(s)
2
NA
1980 Total....................
.
569,274
29,051
391,163
NA
179
421,110
3,682
NA
3
2
NA
1985 Total....................
.
693,841
14,635
158,779
NA
231
174,571
3,044
NA
8
7
NA
1990 Total..................
.
811,538
20,194
209,081
1,332
2,832
244,765
4,346
288
1,256
257
86
1995 Total....................
.
881,012
21,697
112,168
1,322
4,590
158,140
5,572
313
1,382
374
97
2000 Total.................... 1,015,398
8
34,572
156,673
2,904
4,669
217,494
6,677
356
1,380
401
109
2001 Total....................
.
991,635
33,724
177,137
1,418
4,532
234,940
6,731
263
1,182
263
229
2002 Total.................... 1,005,144
4
24,749
118,637
3,257
7,353
183,409
6,986
278
1,287
289
252
2003 Total.................... 1,031,778
8
31,825
152,859
4,576
7,067
224,593
6,337
294
1,266
293
262
2004 Total.................... 1,044,798
8
23,520
157,478
4,764
8,721
229,364
6,727
353
1,360
282
254
2005 Total.................... 1,065,281
1
24,446
156,915
4,270
9,113
231,193
7,021
348
1,353
289
237
2006 Total.................... 1,053,783
3
14,655
69,846
3,396
8,622
131,005
7,404
341
1,399
300
247
2007 Total.................... 1,069,606
6
17,042
74,616
4,237
7,299
132,389
7,962
329
1,336
304
239
2008 Total.................... 1,064,503
3
14,137
43,477
3,765
6,314
92,948
7,689
300
1,263
328
212
2009 Total....................
.
955,190
14,800
33,672
3,218
5,828
80,830
7,938
259
1,137
333
228
2010 Total.................... 1,001,411
1
15,247
26,944
2,777
6,053
75,231
8,502
262
1,226
346
237
2011 Total....................
.
956,470
11,735
16,877
2,540
6,092
61,610
8,724
282
1,241
340
261
2012 Total....................
.
845,066
9,945
13,571
2,185
5,021
50,805
10,371
302
1,273
355
252
2013 Total....................
.
879,078
10,277
14,199
2,212
6,338
58,378
9,479
305
1,318
376
236
2014 January................
.
85,420
5,177
4,609
1,046
541
13,536
782
25
118
35
20
February ..............
.
77,801
1,460
1,746
247
454
5,722
649
23
107
32
17
March...................
.
73,846
1,528
1,932
316
527
6,410
664
25
117
34
19
April .....................
.
59,489
710
932
118
418
3,852
646
24
109
34
19
May......................
.
65,483
869
835
153
504
4,376
748
24
109
33
19
June .....................
.
75,741
726
904
81
527
4,343
822
24
116
33
20
July ......................
.
82,961
702
1,050
138
499
4,386
953
26
120
35
20
August .................
.
82,526
741
1,073
137
494
4,422
1,010
27
121
33
21
September ...........
.
70,482
752
908
158
485
4,243
876
26
112
31
20
October ................
.
62,488
701
893
165
316
3,339
808
26
114
32
19
November ............
.
66,131
870
878
152
393
3,863
704
27
115
32
20
December ............
.
69,372
871
853
196
538
4,612
749
27
121
33
21
 Total....................
.
871,741
15,107
16,615
2,908
5,695
63,106
9,410
304
1,378
395
236
2015 January................
.
72,972
1,402
1,965
319
540
6,384
827
27
122
34
18
February ..............
.
68,510
3,952
4,526
798
555
12,050
751
23
109
29
15
March...................
.
59,851
903
960
206
425
4,196
817
23
110
32
17
April .....................
.
49,922
677
921
159
420
3,857
768
22
107
31
17
May......................
.
58,637
890
874
191
444
4,173
843
23
111
32
18
June .....................
.
70,540
848
984
156
422
4,096
1,000
24
112
31
18
July ......................
.
78,327
837
1,270
153
525
4,884
1,165
25
118
35
19
August .................
.
75,514
776
1,133
152
501
4,569
1,149
25
116
33
19
September ...........
.
66,404
700
1,045
214
488
4,401
1,009
22
109
31
18
October ................
.
55,268
691
917
167
396
3,752
902
21
109
33
18
November ............
.
50,925
854
995
137
370
3,837
848
20
109
33
18
December ............
.
51,707
857
854
143
365
3,677
889
23
116
35
19
 Total....................
.
758,578
13,388
16,444
2,793
5,450
59,876
10,968
278
1,348
389
213
2016 January................
.
63,667
1,255
1,182
186
429
4,768
892
24
116
33
18
Anthracite, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal, lignite, waste coal, and coal
synfuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 1, 2, and 4.  For 1949–1979, data are for gas turbine and internal
combustion plant use of petroleum.  For 1980–2000, electric utility data also include
small amounts of kerosene and jet fuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 5 and 6.  For 1949–1979, data are for steam plant use of
petroleum.  For 1980–2000, electric utility data also include a small amount of fuel
oil no. 4.
.
Jet fuel, kerosene, other petroleum liquids, waste oil, and, beginning in 2011,
propane.
.
Petroleum coke is converted from short tons to barrels by multiplying by 5.
Natural gas, plus a small amount of supplemental gaseous fuels.
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels. Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
.
Wood and wood-derived fuels.
Municipal solid waste from biogenic sources, landfill gas, sludge waste,
agricultural  byproducts,  and  other  biomass.    Through  2000,  also  includes
s
non-renewable  waste (municipal  solid  waste  from  non-biogenic  sources,  and
tire-derived fuels).
Batteries, chemicals, hydrogen, pitch, purchased steam, sulfur, miscellaneous
technologies, and, beginning in 2001, non-renewable waste (municipal solid waste
from non-biogenic sources, and tire-derived fuels).
Through 1988, data are for electric utilities only.  Beginning in 1989, data are
for electric utilities, independent power producers, commercial plants, and industrial
plants.
NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 0.5 trillion Btu. 
Notes:  
Data are for utility-scale facilities.  See Note 1, "Coverage of Electricity
Statistics," at end of section.  
Totals may not equal sum of components due to
independent rounding.  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states and the District of
Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See sources for Tables 7.4b and 7.4c.
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Table 7.4b   Consumption of Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation
and Useful Thermal Output:  Electric Power Sector 
(Subset of Table 7.4a)
Coala
Petroleum
Natural
Gasf
Other
Gasesg
Biomass
Otherj
Distillate
Fuel Oilb
Residual
Fuel Oilc
Other
Liquidsd
Petroleum
Cokee
Totale
Woodh
Wastei
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand Barrels
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand
Barrels
Billion
Cubic Feet
Trillion Btu
1950 Total....................
.
91,871
5,423
69,998
NA
NA
75,421
629
NA
5
NA
NA
1955 Total....................
.
143,759
5,412
69,862
NA
NA
75,274
1,153
NA
3
NA
NA
1960 Total....................
.
176,685
3,824
84,371
NA
NA
88,195
1,725
NA
2
NA
NA
1965 Total....................
.
244,788
4,928
110,274
NA
NA
115,203
2,321
NA
3
NA
NA
1970 Total....................
.
320,182
24,123
311,381
NA
636
338,686
3,932
NA
1
2
NA
1975 Total....................
.
405,962
38,907
467,221
NA
70
506,479
3,158
NA
(s)
2
NA
1980 Total....................
.
569,274
29,051
391,163
NA
179
421,110
3,682
NA
3
2
NA
1985 Total....................
.
693,841
14,635
158,779
NA
231
174,571
3,044
NA
8
7
NA
1990 Total..................
.
782,567
16,567
184,915
26
1,008
206,550
3,245
11
129
188
(s)
1995 Total....................
.
850,230
18,553
90,023
499
2,674
122,447
4,237
24
125
296
2
2000 Total....................
.
985,821
30,016
138,513
454
3,275
185,358
5,206
25
134
318
1
2001 Total....................
.
964,433
29,274
159,504
377
3,427
206,291
5,342
15
126
211
113
2002 Total....................
.
977,507
21,876
104,773
1,267
5,816
156,996
5,672
33
150
230
143
2003 Total.................... 1,005,116
6
27,632
138,279
2,026
5,799
196,932
5,135
41
167
230
140
2004 Total.................... 1,016,268
8
19,107
139,816
2,713
7,372
198,498
5,464
58
165
223
138
2005 Total.................... 1,037,485
5
19,675
139,409
2,685
8,083
202,184
5,869
84
185
221
123
2006 Total.................... 1,026,636
6
12,646
57,345
1,870
7,101
107,365
6,222
65
182
231
125
2007 Total.................... 1,045,141
1
15,327
63,086
2,594
5,685
109,431
6,841
61
186
237
124
2008 Total.................... 1,040,580
0
12,547
38,241
2,670
5,119
79,056
6,668
61
177
258
131
2009 Total....................
.
933,627
12,035
28,782
2,210
4,611
66,081
6,873
55
180
261
124
2010 Total....................
.
975,052
13,790
24,503
1,877
4,777
64,055
7,387
52
196
264
124
2011 Total....................
.
932,484
11,021
14,803
1,658
4,837
51,667
7,574
50
182
255
143
2012 Total....................
.
823,551
9,080
12,203
1,339
2,974
37,495
9,111
54
190
262
143
2013 Total....................
.
857,962
9,598
12,283
1,489
4,285
44,794
8,191
60
207
262
139
2014 January................
.
83,498
4,938
4,284
967
412
12,250
663
4
21
24
11
February ..............
.
76,036
1,338
1,552
181
339
4,766
551
3
20
22
10
March...................
.
72,000
1,446
1,770
253
397
5,456
561
3
22
24
12
April .....................
.
57,936
653
845
70
276
2,948
549
3
18
23
11
May......................
.
63,863
823
744
92
371
3,513
647
4
17
24
12
June .....................
.
74,123
679
801
36
385
3,442
721
3
22
24
12
July ......................
.
81,287
656
970
87
357
3,497
843
4
23
25
12
August .................
.
80,863
703
1,009
80
358
3,581
898
4
23
24
12
September ...........
.
68,916
701
829
103
352
3,392
771
4
21
22
11
October ................
.
60,947
652
804
106
211
2,615
703
4
20
22
11
November ............
.
64,495
820
772
90
271
3,036
600
4
22
22
11
December ............
.
67,638
825
752
141
404
3,740
639
4
22
23
12
 Total....................
.
851,602
14,235
15,132
2,208
4,132
52,235
8,146
44
251
279
137
2015 January................
.
71,200
1,317
1,770
247
379
5,231
714
5
22
24
11
February ..............
.
66,927
3,778
4,173
743
398
10,681
651
4
21
21
10
March...................
.
58,177
837
853
132
264
3,144
709
4
20
22
10
April .....................
.
48,464
622
842
95
282
2,968
668
3
17
22
10
May......................
.
57,131
837
786
112
330
3,387
739
3
19
22
11
June .....................
.
69,039
790
898
91
299
3,272
893
4
21
22
11
July ......................
.
76,695
764
1,186
111
402
4,071
1,054
4
23
24
12
August .................
.
73,892
714
1,067
102
379
3,777
1,035
4
24
24
12
September ...........
.
64,870
653
940
160
364
3,572
902
4
20
22
11
October ................
.
53,835
631
864
111
297
3,092
798
3
18
23
11
November ............
.
49,348
800
930
55
249
3,029
737
3
20
23
11
December ............
.
50,111
798
799
70
267
3,002
771
4
22
25
12
 Total....................
.
739,689
12,543
15,108
2,027
3,910
49,225
9,671
44
246
274
133
2016 January................
.
62,049
1,189
1,066
141
329
4,040
777
4
21
24
11
Anthracite, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal, lignite, waste coal, and coal
synfuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 1, 2, and 4.  For 1949–1979, data are for gas turbine and internal
combustion plant use of petroleum.  For 1980–2000, electric utility data also include
small amounts of kerosene and jet fuel.
.
Fuel oil nos. 5 and 6.  For 1949–1979, data are for steam plant use of
petroleum.  For 1980–2000, electric utility data also include a small amount of fuel
oil no. 4.
.
Jet fuel, kerosene, other petroleum liquids, waste oil, and, beginning in 2011,
propane.
.
Petroleum coke is converted from short tons to barrels by multiplying by 5.
Natural gas, plus a small amount of supplemental gaseous fuels.
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels. Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
.
Wood and wood-derived fuels.
Municipal solid waste from biogenic sources, landfill gas, sludge waste,
agricultural  byproducts,  and  other  biomass.    Through  2000,  also  includes
non-renewable waste (municipal  solid  waste  from  non-biogenic  sources,  and
d
tire-derived fuels).
Batteries, chemicals, hydrogen, pitch, purchased steam, sulfur, miscellaneous
technologies, and, beginning in 2001, non-renewable waste (municipal solid waste
from non-biogenic sources, and tire-derived fuels).
Through 1988, data are for electric utilities only.  Beginning in 1989, data are
for electric utilities and independent power producers.
NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 0.5 trillion Btu.  
Notes:  
Data are for utility-scale facilities.  See Note 1, "Coverage of Electricity
Statistics," at end of section.  
The electric power sector comprises electricity-only
and combined-heat-and-power (CHP) plants within the NAICS 22 category whose
primary business is to sell electricity, or electricity and heat, to the public.  
Totals
may not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.  
Geographic
coverage is the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual data beginning in 1949 and monthly data
beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section.  
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Table 7.4c   Consumption of Selected Combustible Fuels for Electricity Generation
and Useful Thermal Output: Commercial and Industrial Sectors
s
(Subset of Table 7.4a)
Commercial Sectora
Industrial Sectorb
Coalc
Petroleumd
Natural
Gase
Biomass
Coalc
Petroleumd
Natural
Gase
Other
Gasesg
Biomass
Otheri
Wastef
Woodh
Wastef
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand
Barrels
Billion
Cubic Feet
Trillion
Btu
Thousand
Short Tons
Thousand
Barrels
Billion
Cubic Feet
Trillion Btu
1990 Total....................
.
1,191
2,056
46
28
27,781
36,159
1,055
275
1,125
41
86
1995 Total....................
.
1,419
1,245
78
40
29,363
34,448
1,258
290
1,255
38
95
2000 Total....................
.
1,547
1,615
85
47
28,031
30,520
1,386
331
1,244
35
108
2001 Total....................
.
1,448
1,832
79
25
25,755
26,817
1,310
248
1,054
27
101
2002 Total....................
.
1,405
1,250
74
26
26,232
25,163
1,240
245
1,136
34
92
2003 Total....................
.
1,816
1,449
58
29
24,846
26,212
1,144
253
1,097
34
103
2004 Total....................
.
1,917
2,009
72
34
26,613
28,857
1,191
295
1,193
24
94
2005 Total....................
.
1,922
1,630
68
34
25,875
27,380
1,084
264
1,166
34
94
2006 Total....................
.
1,886
935
68
36
25,262
22,706
1,115
277
1,216
33
102
2007 Total....................
.
1,927
752
70
31
22,537
22,207
1,050
268
1,148
36
98
2008 Total....................
.
2,021
671
66
34
21,902
13,222
955
239
1,084
35
60
2009 Total....................
.
1,798
521
76
36
19,766
14,228
990
204
955
35
82
2010 Total....................
.
1,720
437
86
36
24,638
10,740
1,029
210
1,029
47
91
2011 Total....................
.
1,668
333
87
43
22,319
9,610
1,063
232
1,057
43
94
2012 Total....................
.
1,450
457
111
45
20,065
12,853
1,149
249
1,082
47
81
2013 Total....................
.
1,356
887
118
47
19,761
12,697
1,170
246
1,109
67
69
2014 January................
.
132
237
14
4
1,791
1,049
106
21
96
6
6
February ..............
.
131
109
9
3
1,633
848
89
20
87
6
5
March...................
.
118
79
9
4
1,729
875
94
22
94
6
5
April .....................
.
82
44
8
4
1,472
861
89
20
90
7
6
May......................
.
72
31
9
4
1,549
832
92
21
92
5
6
June .....................
.
78
30
10
4
1,540
871
91
21
94
5
6
July ......................
.
85
29
11
4
1,589
861
99
22
97
6
6
August .................
.
72
37
11
4
1,591
804
101
23
98
5
7
September ...........
.
64
36
10
4
1,502
815
95
23
91
4
6
October ................
.
58
38
10
4
1,482
686
95
22
93
6
6
November ............
.
82
42
9
4
1,554
784
94
23
93
6
6
December ............
.
90
45
10
4
1,644
827
100
23
98
6
7
 Total....................
.
1,063
758
119
47
19,076
10,112
1,145
260
1,122
70
72
2015 January................
.
96
93
11
4
1,676
1,060
102
22
99
6
4
February ..............
.
91
237
10
4
1,491
1,131
90
19
88
4
4
March...................
.
88
48
11
4
1,586
1,004
97
19
90
6
4
April .....................
.
64
32
9
3
1,394
858
90
19
90
6
4
May......................
.
62
31
10
3
1,444
755
94
19
92
6
5
June .....................
.
64
30
10
3
1,437
794
96
20
90
6
5
July ......................
.
68
36
11
4
1,565
777
101
21
94
6
5
August .................
.
63
41
11
3
1,560
751
103
21
92
6
5
September ...........
.
58
36
11
3
1,477
793
96
19
89
6
5
October ................
.
61
28
10
4
1,372
632
94
18
90
6
5
November ............
.
70
26
11
4
1,507
783
100
17
89
5
4
December ............
.
77
29
11
4
1,520
646
107
19
94
6
4
 Total....................
.
861
666
127
45
18,028
9,984
1,170
234
1,097
70
53
2016 January................
.
79
42
11
4
1,539
686
104
20
94
5
4
Commercial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and commercial electricity-only
plants.
.
Industrial combined-heat-and-power (CHP) and industrial electricity-only
plants.
.
Anthracite, bituminous coal, subbituminous coal, lignite, waste coal, and coal
synfuel.
.
Distillate fuel oil, residual fuel oil, petroleum coke, jet fuel, kerosene, other
petroleum, waste oil, and, beginning in 2011, propane.
.
Natural gas, plus a small amount of supplemental gaseous fuels.
Municipal solid waste from biogenic sources, landfill gas, sludge waste,
agricultural  byproducts,  and  other  biomass.    Through  2000,  also  includes
non-renewable waste (municipal  solid  waste  from  non-biogenic  sources,  and
tire-derived fuels).
.
Blast furnace gas, and other manufactured and waste gases derived from
fossil fuels. Through 2010, also includes propane gas.
.
Wood and wood-derived fuels.
Batteries, chemicals, hydrogen, pitch, purchased steam, sulfur, miscellaneous
technologies, and, beginning in 2001, non-renewable waste (municipal solid waste
from non-biogenic sources, and tire-derived fuels).
Notes:  
Data are for utility-scale facilities.  See Note 1, "Coverage of Electricity
Statistics,"   at end of section.  
See  Note 2, "Classification of Power Plants Into
Energy-Use  Sectors,"  at  end  of section.   
 Totals  may  not  equal sum  of
components due to independent rounding.  
Geographic coverage is the 50 states
and the District of Columbia.
Web Page:  See http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity (Excel
and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1989.
Sources:  
•  
1989–1997:  U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), Form
EIA-867, "Annual Nonutility Power Producer Report."  
•  
1998–2000:  EIA, Form
EIA-860B, "Annual Electric Generator Report—Nonutility."  
•  
2001–2003:  EIA,
Form EIA-906, "Power Plant Report."  
•  
2004–2007:  EIA, Form EIA-906, "Power
Plant Report," and Form EIA-920, "Combined Heat and Power Plant Report."
•  
2008 forward:  EIA, Form EIA-923, "Power Plant Operations Report."
Figure 7.5 Stocks of Coal and Petroleum:  Electric Power Sector
Coal, 1949–2015
Total Petroleum, 1949–2015
Coal, Monthly
Total Petroleum, Monthly
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1950
1955
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
50
100
150
Million Barrels
J
F
M
A
M
J
J
A
S
O
N
D
0
50
100
150
200
250
Million Short Tons
2014
2015
2016
1950
1955
1960
1965
1970
1975
1980
1985
1990
1995
2000
2005
2010
2015
0
50
100
150
200
250
Million Short Tons
J
F
M
A
M
J
J
A
S
O
N
D
0
10
20
30
40
Million Barrels
2014
2015
2016
Note:  Data are for utility-scale facilities.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#electricity.
Source:  Table 7.5.
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