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U.S. Energy Information Administration / Monthly Energy Review April 2016
171
Table 11.3   Petroleum Stocks in OECD Countries
(Million Barrels)
)
France
Germanya
Italy
United
Kingdom
OECD
Europeb
Canada
Japan
South
Korea
United
States
Other
OECDc
OECDd
1973 Year.........................
.
201
181
152
156
1,070
140
303
NA
1,008
67
2,588
1975 Year.........................
.
225
187
143
165
1,154
174
375
NA
1,133
67
2,903
1980 Year.........................
.
243
319
170
168
1,464
164
495
NA
1,392
72
3,587
1985 Year.........................
.
139
277
156
131
1,154
112
500
13
1,519
119
3,417
1990 Year.........................
.
143
280
171
103
1,222
143
572
64
1,621
126
3,749
1995 Year.........................
.
155
302
162
101
1,256
132
631
92
1,563
122
3,795
1996 Year.........................
.
154
303
152
103
1,259
127
651
123
1,507
127
3,794
1997 Year.........................
.
161
299
147
100
1,271
144
685
124
1,560
123
3,907
1998 Year.........................
.
169
323
153
104
1,355
139
649
129
1,647
120
4,039
1999 Year.........................
.
160
290
148
101
1,258
141
629
132
1,493
114
3,766
2000 Year.........................
.
170
272
157
100
1,318
143
634
140
1,468
126
3,829
2001 Year.........................
.
165
273
151
113
1,306
154
634
143
1,586
120
3,944
2002 Year.........................
.
170
253
156
104
1,273
155
615
140
1,548
112
3,843
2003 Year.........................
.
179
273
153
100
1,316
165
636
155
1,568
105
3,945
2004 Year.........................
.
177
267
154
101
1,319
154
635
149
1,645
108
4,010
2005 Year.........................
.
185
283
151
95
1,380
168
612
135
1,698
112
4,105
2006 Year.........................
.
182
283
153
103
1,413
169
631
152
1,720
113
4,197
2007 Year.........................
.
180
275
152
92
1,398
163
621
143
1,665
121
4,112
2008 Year.........................
.
179
279
148
93
1,441
162
629
135
1,737
124
4,227
2009 Year.........................
.
175
284
146
89
1,432
157
591
155
1,776
118
4,230
2010 Year.........................
.
168
287
143
83
1,393
184
590
165
1,794
119
4,246
2011 Year.........................
.
165
281
135
80
1,338
178
592
167
1,750
117
4,143
2012 Year.........................
.
162
288
126
80
1,347
174
594
181
1,808
107
4,212
2013 Year.........................
.
167
290
125
78
1,350
170
580
185
1,761
111
4,157
2014 January....................
.
171
290
128
76
1,370
170
583
184
1,749
112
4,168
February ..................
.
167
295
124
77
1,365
176
580
188
1,751
114
4,174
March.......................
.
167
288
123
76
1,353
174
589
193
1,759
110
4,179
April .........................
.
167
290
122
75
1,349
178
578
187
1,787
112
4,191
May..........................
.
172
292
128
75
1,371
176
587
191
1,816
115
4,256
June .........................
.
168
290
122
74
1,356
179
589
188
1,819
112
4,244
July ..........................
.
170
286
120
72
1,351
187
595
190
1,822
114
4,259
August .....................
.
173
286
125
76
1,370
187
605
197
1,827
117
4,303
September ...............
.
171
283
123
74
1,364
186
608
197
1,840
116
4,310
October ....................
.
169
280
117
72
1,348
185
609
196
1,834
114
4,287
November ................
.
168
282
124
76
1,351
188
597
202
1,844
112
4,295
 December ...............
.
168
284
119
78
1,354
193
581
197
1,860
114
4,299
2015 January....................
.
170
286
116
73
1,373
192
574
197
1,874
114
4,324
February ..................
.
170
288
113
75
1,385
184
568
198
1,878
112
4,324
March.......................
.
173
286
121
76
1,410
183
568
201
1,908
110
4,380
April .........................
.
170
286
124
85
1,413
185
558
210
1,935
110
4,410
May..........................
.
175
290
122
78
1,420
181
582
224
1,958
107
4,472
June .........................
.
170
287
117
77
1,411
176
578
225
1,971
113
4,473
July ..........................
.
168
283
116
74
1,402
184
589
223
1,969
113
4,479
August .....................
.
167
284
123
77
1,430
185
594
227
1,991
110
4,538
September ...............
.
167
283
117
79
1,433
182
590
226
2,001
110
4,542
October ....................
.
165
282
118
80
1,437
183
588
223
2,009
107
4,547
November ................
.
164
283
117
83
1,448
187
582
222
2,022
104
4,564
 December ...............
.
167
285
117
81
1,459
188
582
228
2,015
108
4,580
Through December 1983, the data for Germany are for the former West
Germany only.  Beginning with January 1984, the data for Germany are for the
unified Germany, i.e., the former East Germany and West Germany.
.
"OECD Europe" consists of Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway,
Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Kingdom; for 1984
forward, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia; and, for 2000 forward,
Slovenia.
.
"Other OECD" consists of Australia, New Zealand, and the U.S. Territories; for
1984 forward, Mexico; and, for 2000 forward, Chile, Estonia, and Israel.
.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
consists of "OECD Europe," Canada, Japan, South Korea, the United States, and
"Other OECD."
"
R=Revised.  NA=Not available.  
Notes:   
Stocks are at end of period.  
Petroleum stocks include crude oil  
(including strategic reserves), unfinished oils, natural gas plant liquids, and refined
products.  
In the United States in January 1975, 1981, and 1983, numerous
respondents were added to bulk terminal and pipeline surveys, thereby affecting
subsequent stocks reported.  New-basis end-of-year U.S. stocks, in million barrels,
would have been 1,121 in 1974, 1,425 in 1980, and 1,461 in 1982.  
Totals may
not equal sum of components due to independent rounding.  
U.S. geographic
coverage is the 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Web  Page:    See  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#international
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:   
 United  States:   Table 3.4.  
 U.S.  Territories:    1983
forward—U.S. Energy Information Administration, International Energy Database.
All Other Data:  1973–1982—International Energy Agency (IEA), Quarterly Oil
Statistics and Energy Balances, various issues.  1983—IEA, Monthly Oil and Gas
Statistics Database.  1984 forward— IEA, Monthly Oil Data Service, April 14, 2016. 
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International Petroleum
Tables 11.1a and 11.1b Sources
United States
Table 3.1.
All Other Countries and World, Annual Data
1973–1979:  U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA),
International Energy Annual 1981, Table 8.                   
1980 forward:  EIA, International Energy Statistics Database,
April 2016.
All Other Countries and World, Monthly Data 
1973–1980:  Petroleum Intelligence Weekly (PIW), Oil &
Gas Journal (OGJ), and EIA adjustments.
1981–1993:  PIW, OGJ, and other industry sources.
1994 forward:  EIA, International Energy Statistics Database,
April 2016.
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Figure 12.1  Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Energy Consumption by Source
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Total,  1973–2015
Total,
a
Monthly
By Major Source, 1973–2015
By Major Source, Monthly
Total,  January
By Major Source, January 2016
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Natural Gas
189
169
126
Petroleum
Natural Gas
Coal
0
50
100
150
200
250
0
JFMAMJ JASONDJ FMAMJ JASONDJFMAMJ JASOND
0
100
200
300
Coal
b
Petroleum
b
a
a
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
2,000
4,000
6,000
8,000
JFMAMJ JASONDJ FMAMJ JASONDJFMAMJ JASOND
0
200
400
600
800
2014                            2015                            2016
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
1,000
2,000
3,000
Petroleum
Coal
b
Natural
Gas
2014                            2015                            2016
531
505
484
2014
2015
2016
0
200
400
600
800
Excludes emissions from biomass energy consumption.
b
Includes coal coke net imports.
Web Page: http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#environment.
Source:  Table 12.1.
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Table 12.1   Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Energy Consumption by Source
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide
e
a
)
Coalb
Natural
Gasc
Petroleum
Totalh,i
Aviation
Gasoline
Distillate
Fuel Oild
Jet
Fuel
Kero-
sene
LPGe
Lubri-
cants
Motor
Gasolinef
Petroleum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oil
Otherg
Total
1973 Total....................
.
1,207
1,178
6
480
155
32
92
13
911
54
508
100
2,350
4,735
1975 Total....................
.
1,181
1,046
5
443
146
24
82
11
911
51
443
97
2,212
4,439
1980 Total....................
.
1,436
1,061
4
446
156
24
87
13
900
49
453
142
2,275
4,771
1985 Total....................
.
1,638
926
3
445
178
17
87
12
930
54
216
93
2,036
4,600
1990 Total....................
.
1,821
1,024
3
470
223
6
67
13
988
70
220
127
2,187
5,039
1995 Total....................
.
1,913
1,183
3
498
222
8
80
13
1,045
76
152
121
2,216
5,323
1996 Total....................
.
1,995
1,204
3
524
232
9
86
12
1,063
79
152
139
2,300
5,510
1997 Total....................
.
2,040
1,210
3
534
234
10
87
13
1,075
80
142
145
2,323
5,584
1998 Total....................
.
2,064
1,189
2
537
238
12
82
14
1,107
93
158
128
2,372
5,635
1999 Total....................
.
2,062
1,193
3
555
245
11
90
14
1,128
96
148
133
2,422
5,688
2000 Total....................
.
2,155
1,243
3
579
254
10
97
14
1,136
86
163
118
2,459
5,868
2001 Total....................
.
2,088
1,188
2
597
243
11
88
13
1,152
89
144
135
2,474
5,761
2002 Total....................
.
2,095
1,227
2
586
237
6
91
12
1,183
96
125
130
2,470
5,804
2003 Total....................
.
2,136
1,193
2
610
231
8
87
11
1,187
96
138
142
2,513
5,853
2004 Total....................
.
2,160
1,200
2
632
240
10
87
12
1,210
107
155
144
2,598
5,970
2005 Total....................
.
2,182
1,183
2
639
246
10
84
12
1,209
106
165
143
2,617
5,993
2006 Total....................
.
2,147
1,167
2
645
240
8
80
11
1,217
106
122
152
2,584
5,910
2007 Total....................
.
2,172
1,241
2
647
238
5
83
12
1,211
100
128
150
2,576
6,001
2008 Total....................
.
2,140
1,248
2
610
226
2
79
11
1,143
93
110
132
2,409
5,809
2009 Total....................
.
1,876
1,225
2
559
204
3
78
10
1,129
87
90
112
2,273
5,386
2010 Total....................
.
1,986
1,286
2
585
210
3
79
11
1,112
82
93
122
2,299
5,576
2011 Total....................
.
1,876
1,305
2
599
209
2
78
10
1,078
79
79
117
2,252
5,439
2012 Total....................
.
1,657
1,363
2
574
206
1
81
9
1,071
79
65
113
2,200
5,227
2013 Total....................
.
1,718
1,400
2
581
210
1
88
10
1,087
77
56
119
2,231
5,355
2014 January................
.
166
174
(s)
56
17
(s)
10
1
86
8
5
8
191
531
February ..............
.
152
148
(s)
49
16
(s)
7
1
81
5
3
9
171
472
March...................
.
145
138
(s)
52
18
(s)
7
1
91
3
3
9
184
468
April .....................
.
118
105
(s)
50
18
(s)
6
1
90
6
4
10
185
409
May......................
.
129
97
(s)
51
17
(s)
5
1
94
7
3
9
188
416
June .....................
.
149
94
(s)
49
19
(s)
6
1
91
6
4
9
184
426
July ......................
.
162
101
(s)
50
19
(s)
6
1
96
8
4
9
193
457
August .................
.
161
104
(s)
50
19
(s)
6
1
97
6
3
9
193
458
September ...........
.
139
97
(s)
49
18
(s)
6
1
89
7
4
11
186
423
October ................
.
125
103
(s)
55
18
(s)
7
1
95
7
4
10
197
425
November ............
.
131
127
(s)
49
18
(s)
8
1
90
7
5
9
187
446
December ............
.
137
145
(s)
54
19
(s)
8
1
93
5
4
9
193
476
 Total....................
.
1,715
1,434
2
614
216
1
83
10
1,095
76
45
110
2,252
5,408
2015 January................
.
143
169
(s)
55
17
(s)
9
1
91
7
4
8
193
505
February ..............
.
135
159
(s)
53
16
(s)
8
1
81
4
3
9
175
469
March...................
.
119
141
(s)
52
19
(s)
7
1
94
7
4
9
194
455
April .....................
.
100
109
(s)
50
18
(s)
6
1
92
7
2
9
185
395
May......................
.
116
101
(s)
49
19
(s)
6
1
96
7
3
11
193
410
June .....................
.
138
103
(s)
48
20
(s)
6
1
95
7
2
11
190
432
July ......................
.
153
113
(s)
50
20
(s)
6
1
98
8
5
11
200
466
August .................
.
148
112
(s)
50
20
(s)
6
1
99
8
5
10
198
458
September ...........
.
131
103
(s)
50
19
(s)
6
1
93
5
4
8
186
421
October ................
.
111
108
(s)
51
20
(s)
7
1
96
6
3
8
192
412
November ............
.
102
122
(s)
46
19
(s)
7
1
92
6
5
10
185
409
December ............
.
104
140
(s)
49
20
(s)
8
1
95
5
5
11
195
439
 Total....................
.
1,499
1,480
1
604
226
1
82
11
1,124
77
46
115
2,285
5,271
2016 January................
.
126
169
(s)
49
18
(s)
9
1
90
6
5
9
189
484
Metric tons of carbon dioxide can be converted to metric tons of carbon
equivalent by multiplying by 12/44.
.
Includes coal coke net imports.
Natural gas, excluding supplemental gaseous fuels.
Distillate fuel oil, excluding biodiesel.
Liquefied petroleum gases.
Finished motor gasoline, excluding fuel ethanol.
Aviation gasoline blending components, crude oil, motor gasoline blending
components, pentanes plus, petrochemical feedstocks, special naphthas, still gas,
unfinished oils, waxes, and miscellaneous petroleum products.
.
Includes electric power sector use of geothermal energy and non-biomass
waste.  See Table 12.6.
.
Excludes emissions from biomass energy consumption.  See Table 12.7.
R=Revised.  (s)=Less than 0.5 million metric tons.  
Notes:  
 Data are estimates  for carbon  dioxide emissions  from energy
consumption,  including  the  nonfuel  use  of  fossil  fuels.    See  "Section  12
Methodology and Sources" at end of section.  
See "Carbon Dioxide" in Glossary.
See Note 1, "Emissions of Carbon Dioxide and Other Greenhouse Gases," at
end of section.  
Data exclude emissions from biomass energy consumption.  See
Table 12.7 and Note 2, "Accounting for Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Biomass
Energy Combustion,"  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/#environment
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section.
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Figure 12.2  Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Energy Consumption by Sector
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide)
Total
a
by End-Use Sector,
b
1973–2015
Residential Sector by Major Source, 1973–2015
Commercial Sector by Major Source, 1973–2015
Industrial Sector by Major Source, 1973–2015
Transportation Sector by Major Source, 1973–2015
Electric Power Sector by Major Source, 1973–2015
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1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
250
500
750
1,000
Petroleum
Natural Gas
Retail Electricity
b
Industrial
Transportation
Residential
Commercial
Retail Electricity
b
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
250
500
750
1,000
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
250
500
750
1,000
Retail Electricity
b
Coal
Petroleum
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
Base Gas
1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
2,500
Petroleum
Petroleum
Coal
Natural Gas
Petroleum
Natural Gas
 
Excludes emissions from biomass energy consumption.
b
Emissions from energy consumption in the electric power sector are
allocated to the end-use sectors in proportion to each sector’s share of
total electricity retail sales.
Web Page:  http://www.eia.gov/totalenergy/data/monthly/#environment.
Sources:  Tables 12.2–12.6.
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Table 12.2   Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Energy Consumption:  Residential Sector
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide
e
a
)
Coal
Natural
Gasb
Petroleum
Retail
Electricitye
Totalf
Distillate
Fuel Oilc
Kerosene
LPGd
Total
1973 Total..........................
.
9
264
147
16
36
199
435
907
1975 Total..........................
.
6
266
132
12
32
176
419
867
1980 Total..........................
.
3
256
96
8
20
124
529
911
1985 Total..........................
.
4
241
80
11
20
111
553
909
1990 Total..........................
.
3
238
72
5
22
98
624
963
1995 Total..........................
.
2
263
66
5
25
96
678
1,039
1996 Total..........................
.
2
284
68
6
30
104
710
1,099
1997 Total..........................
.
2
270
64
7
29
99
719
1,090
1998 Total..........................
.
1
247
56
8
27
91
759
1,097
1999 Total..........................
.
1
257
60
8
33
102
762
1,122
2000 Total..........................
.
1
271
66
7
35
108
805
1,185
2001 Total..........................
.
1
259
66
7
33
106
805
1,171
2002 Total..........................
.
1
265
63
4
34
101
835
1,203
2003 Total..........................
.
1
276
68
5
34
108
847
1,232
2004 Total..........................
.
1
264
67
6
32
106
856
1,227
2005 Total..........................
.
1
262
62
6
32
101
897
1,261
2006 Total..........................
.
1
237
52
5
28
85
869
1,191
2007 Total..........................
.
1
257
53
3
31
86
897
1,241
2008 Total..........................
.
NA
266
55
2
35
91
877
1,234
2009 Total..........................
.
NA
259
43
2
35
79
819
1,157
2010 Total..........................
.
NA
259
41
2
33
77
872
1,207
2011 Total..........................
.
NA
255
38
1
31
70
821
1,146
2012 Total..........................
.
NA
225
35
1
25
61
755
1,041
2013 Total..........................
.
NA
267
36
1
30
66
766
1,098
2014 January......................
.
NA
57
4
(s)
3
8
84
148
February ....................
.
NA
47
5
(s)
2
7
72
126
March.........................
.
NA
38
4
(s)
2
7
63
108
April ...........................
.
NA
19
2
(s)
2
4
46
70
May............................
.
NA
11
3
(s)
2
5
51
67
June ...........................
.
NA
7
2
(s)
2
5
65
77
July ............................
.
NA
6
2
(s)
2
4
77
88
August .......................
.
NA
6
2
(s)
2
5
77
88
September .................
.
NA
7
3
(s)
2
5
63
75
October ......................
.
NA
12
3
(s)
2
6
50
68
November ..................
.
NA
30
4
(s)
3
6
54
90
December ..................
.
NA
39
4
(s)
3
7
63
110
 Total..........................
.
NA
278
39
1
29
69
765
1,112
2015 January......................
.
NA
51
5
(s)
3
8
73
132
February ....................
.
NA
49
4
(s)
3
7
67
123
March.........................
.
NA
35
4
(s)
2
6
57
98
April ...........................
.
NA
18
2
(s)
2
4
42
64
May............................
.
NA
10
2
(s)
2
5
49
64
June ...........................
.
NA
7
1
(s)
2
3
66
76
July ............................
.
NA
6
1
(s)
2
4
82
91
August .......................
.
NA
6
2
(s)
2
4
78
88
September .................
.
NA
6
2
(s)
2
4
65
75
October ......................
.
NA
11
4
(s)
2
7
49
67
November ..................
.
NA
22
5
(s)
3
7
45
74
December ..................
.
NA
32
5
(s)
3
8
52
92
 Total..........................
.
NA
252
38
1
29
67
723
1,043
2016 January......................
.
NA
49
6
(s)
3
9
66
123
Metric tons of carbon dioxide can be converted to metric tons of carbon
equivalent by multiplying by 12/44.
.
Natural gas, excluding supplemental gaseous fuels.
Distillate fuel oil, excluding biodiesel.
Liquefied petroleum gases.
Emissions from energy consumption (for electricity and a small amount of
useful thermal output) in the electric power sector are allocated to the end-use
sectors in proportion to each sector’s share of total electricity retail sales.  See
Tables 7.6 and 12.6.
.
Excludes emissions from biomass energy consumption.  See Table 12.7.
R=Revised.  NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 0.5 million metric tons.  
Notes:  
 Data are estimates  for carbon  dioxide emissions  from energy
consumption.  See "Section 12 Methodology and Sources" at end of section.
See "Carbon Dioxide" in Glossary.  
See Note 1, "Emissions of Carbon Dioxide
and Other Greenhouse Gases," at end of section.  
Data exclude emissions from
biomass energy consumption.  See Table 12.7 and Note 2, "Accounting for Carbon
Dioxide Emissions From Biomass Energy Combustion," 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/#environment
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section.
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Table 12.3   Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Energy Consumption:  Commercial Sector
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide
e
a
)
Coal
Natural
Gasb
Petroleum
Retail
Electricityf
Totalg
Distillate
Fuel Oilc
Kerosene
LPGd
Motor
Gasolinee
Petroleum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oil
Total
1973 Total........................
.
15
141
47
5
9
6
NA
52
120
334
609
1975 Total........................
.
14
136
43
4
8
6
NA
39
100
333
583
1980 Total........................
.
11
141
38
3
6
8
NA
44
98
412
662
1985 Total........................
.
13
132
46
2
6
7
NA
18
79
480
704
1990 Total........................
.
12
142
39
1
6
8
0
18
73
566
793
1995 Total........................
.
11
164
35
2
7
1
(s)
11
56
620
851
1996 Total........................
.
12
171
35
2
8
2
(s)
11
57
643
883
1997 Total........................
.
12
174
32
2
8
3
(s)
9
54
686
926
1998 Total........................
.
9
164
31
2
7
3
(s)
7
50
724
947
1999 Total........................
.
10
165
32
2
9
2
(s)
6
51
735
960
2000 Total........................
.
9
173
36
2
9
3
(s)
7
58
783
1,022
2001 Total........................
.
9
164
37
2
9
3
(s)
6
57
797
1,027
2002 Total........................
.
9
170
32
1
9
3
(s)
6
52
795
1,026
2003 Total........................
.
8
173
36
1
10
4
(s)
9
60
796
1,037
2004 Total........................
.
10
170
34
1
10
3
(s)
10
58
815
1,053
2005 Total........................
.
9
163
33
2
8
3
(s)
9
55
841
1,069
2006 Total........................
.
6
154
29
1
8
3
(s)
6
47
835
1,043
2007 Total........................
.
7
164
28
1
8
4
(s)
6
46
861
1,078
2008 Total........................
.
8
171
28
(s)
10
3
(s)
6
47
849
1,075
2009 Total........................
.
7
169
29
(s)
9
4
(s)
6
47
784
1,007
2010 Total........................
.
7
168
29
(s)
9
3
(s)
5
46
802
1,023
2011 Total........................
.
6
171
29
(s)
9
3
(s)
4
45
767
988
2012 Total........................
.
4
157
26
(s)
9
3
(s)
2
40
729
930
2013 Total........................
.
4
179
25
(s)
10
3
(s)
2
40
734
957
2014 January....................
.
1
31
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
65
102
February ..................
.
1
27
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
58
90
March.......................
.
(s)
23
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
59
86
April .........................
.
(s)
14
1
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
2
52
68
May..........................
.
(s)
10
2
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
3
58
71
June .........................
.
(s)
8
2
(s)
1
(s)
0
(s)
3
65
76
July ..........................
.
(s)
8
1
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
2
71
81
August .....................
.
(s)
7
1
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
3
72
82
September ...............
.
(s)
8
2
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
3
63
74
October ....................
.
(s)
11
2
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
3
58
73
November ................
.
(s)
20
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
56
80
December ................
.
(s)
23
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
57
84
 Total........................
.
4
189
26
(s)
10
4
(s)
1
40
735
969
2015 January....................
.
1
29
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
5
59
93
February ..................
.
1
28
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
57
90
March.......................
.
1
21
2
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
53
78
April .........................
.
(s)
13
1
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
3
49
65
May..........................
.
(s)
9
1
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
3
57
68
June .........................
.
(s)
7
1
(s)
1
(s)
0
(s)
2
66
75
July ..........................
.
(s)
7
1
(s)
1
(s)
0
(s)
2
72
82
August .....................
.
(s)
7
1
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
2
70
80
September ...............
.
(s)
8
1
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
2
63
74
October ....................
.
(s)
11
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
56
71
November ................
.
1
15
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
4
51
71
December ................
.
1
19
3
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
5
49
74
 Total........................
.
6
175
25
(s)
9
4
(s)
1
40
702
922
2016 January....................
.
1
28
4
(s)
1
(s)
(s)
(s)
5
55
89
Metric tons of carbon dioxide can be converted to metric tons of carbon
equivalent by multiplying by 12/44.
.
Natural gas, excluding supplemental gaseous fuels.
Distillate fuel oil, excluding biodiesel.
Liquefied petroleum gases.
Finished motor gasoline, excluding fuel ethanol.
Emissions from energy consumption (for electricity and a small amount of
useful thermal output) in the electric power sector are allocated to the end-use
sectors in proportion to each sector’s share of total electricity retail sales.  See
Tables 7.6 and 12.6.
.
Excludes emissions from biomass energy consumption.  See Table 12.7.
R=Revised.  NA=Not available.  (s)=Less than 0.5 million metric tons.  
Notes:  
 Data are estimates  for carbon  dioxide emissions  from energy
consumption.  See "Section 12 Methodology and Sources" at end of section.
See "Carbon Dioxide" in Glossary.  
See Note 1, "Emissions of Carbon Dioxide
and Other Greenhouse Gases," at end of section.  
Data exclude emissions from
biomass energy consumption.  See Table 12.7 and Note 2, "Accounting for Carbon
Dioxide Emissions From Biomass Energy Combustion," 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/#environment
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section.
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Table 12.4   Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Energy Consumption:  Industrial Sector
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide
e
a
)
Coal
Coal
Coke
Net
Imports
Natural
Gasb
Petroleum
Retail
Elec-
tricityg
Totalh
Distillate
Fuel Oilc
Kero-
sene
LPGd
Lubri-
cants
Motor
Gasolinee
Petroleum
Coke
Residual
Fuel Oil
Otherf
Total
1973 Total....................
.
371
-1
536
106
11
44
7
18
52
144
100
483
515
1,904
1975 Total....................
.
336
2
440
97
9
39
6
16
51
117
97
431
490
1,697
1980 Total....................
.
289
-4
429
96
13
61
7
11
48
105
142
483
601
1,798
1985 Total....................
.
256
-2
360
81
3
59
6
15
54
57
93
369
583
1,566
1990 Total....................
.
258
1
432
84
1
37
7
13
67
31
127
366
638
1,695
1995 Total....................
.
233
7
489
82
1
47
7
14
67
25
121
364
659
1,751
1996 Total....................
.
227
3
505
86
1
48
6
14
71
24
139
391
678
1,803
1997 Total....................
.
224
5
505
88
1
50
7
15
70
21
145
396
694
1,824
1998 Total....................
.
219
8
495
88
2
47
7
14
80
16
128
382
706
1,809
1999 Total....................
.
208
7
475
86
1
47
7
11
85
14
133
383
704
1,778
2000 Total....................
.
211
7
483
87
1
52
7
11
76
17
118
369
719
1,788
2001 Total....................
.
204
3
440
95
2
45
6
21
79
14
135
396
667
1,711
2002 Total....................
.
188
7
448
88
1
47
6
22
79
13
130
386
654
1,683
2003 Total....................
.
190
6
432
85
2
41
6
23
78
16
142
392
672
1,692
2004 Total....................
.
191
16
437
88
2
44
6
26
85
18
144
413
674
1,731
2005 Total....................
.
183
5
405
92
3
42
6
25
82
20
143
413
672
1,678
2006 Total....................
.
179
7
404
91
2
43
6
26
85
16
152
422
650
1,662
2007 Total....................
.
175
3
414
91
1
43
6
21
83
13
150
408
662
1,661
2008 Total....................
.
168
5
412
98
(s)
32
6
17
78
13
132
376
642
1,602
2009 Total....................
.
131
-3
386
78
(s)
33
5
16
73
8
112
325
550
1,390
2010 Total....................
.
153
-1
421
84
1
35
6
17
68
6
122
338
586
1,497
2011 Total....................
.
146
1
431
90
(s)
36
5
17
65
6
117
337
572
1,488
2012 Total....................
.
141
(s)
447
93
(s)
45
5
17
70
3
113
346
541
1,476
2013 Total....................
.
144
-2
463
92
(s)
46
5
17
65
2
119
347
541
1,493
2014 January................
.
12
(s)
44
12
(s)
5
(s)
1
7
(s)
8
34
46
135
February ..............
.
12
(s)
40
8
(s)
4
(s)
1
4
(s)
9
27
42
120
March...................
.
12
(s)
42
9
(s)
4
1
1
2
(s)
9
25
44
123
April .....................
.
11
(s)
39
9
(s)
3
(s)
1
5
(s)
10
29
40
119
May......................
.
12
(s)
38
8
(s)
2
(s)
1
6
(s)
9
27
46
122
June .....................
.
12
(s)
37
7
(s)
3
(s)
1
5
(s)
9
25
47
121
July ......................
.
12
(s)
38
7
(s)
3
(s)
1
7
(s)
9
27
50
127
August .................
.
12
(s)
38
6
(s)
3
(s)
1
5
(s)
9
26
51
127
September ...........
.
12
(s)
37
7
(s)
3
1
1
6
(s)
11
29
45
123
October ................
.
12
(s)
39
10
(s)
3
(s)
1
6
(s)
10
31
44
125
November ............
.
12
(s)
41
7
(s)
4
(s)
1
6
(s)
9
29
44
126
December ............
.
13
(s)
43
10
(s)
4
(s)
1
4
(s)
9
29
42
125
 Total....................
.
143
-2
476
100
(s)
42
5
14
64
2
110
337
542
1,496
2015 January................
.
11
(s)
44
11
(s)
5
1
1
6
(s)
8
32
41
129
February ..............
.
11
(s)
41
11
(s)
4
(s)
1
3
(s)
9
28
40
120
March...................
.
11
(s)
42
10
(s)
4
1
1
6
(s)
9
30
38
121
April .....................
.
10
(s)
39
9
(s)
3
(s)
1
6
(s)
9
29
37
114
May......................
.
10
(s)
38
7
(s)
2
1
1
6
(s)
11
29
42
119
June .....................
.
11
(s)
37
7
(s)
3
(s)
1
6
(s)
11
29
46
123
July ......................
.
11
(s)
38
7
(s)
3
1
1
6
(s)
11
30
48
126
August .................
.
11
(s)
38
7
(s)
3
(s)
1
6
(s)
10
28
47
125
September ...........
.
11
(s)
37
9
(s)
3
(s)
1
4
(s)
8
26
43
117
October ................
.
12
(s)
39
7
(s)
3
1
1
5
(s)
8
25
40
115
November ............
.
11
(s)
40
5
(s)
3
(s)
1
5
(s)
10
24
37
112
December ............
.
11
(s)
42
6
(s)
4
(s)
1
4
(s)
11
27
35
115
 Total....................
.
131
-2
474
95
(s)
40
6
15
65
2
115
338
495
1,437
2016 January................
.
11
(s)
45
7
(s)
5
(s)
1
6
(s)
9
29
38
122
Metric tons of carbon dioxide can be converted to metric tons of carbon
equivalent by multiplying by 12/44.
.
Natural gas, excluding supplemental gaseous fuels.
Distillate fuel oil, excluding biodiesel.
Liquefied petroleum gases.
Finished motor gasoline, excluding fuel ethanol.
Aviation gasoline blending components, crude oil, motor gasoline blending
components, pentanes plus, petrochemical feedstocks, special naphthas, still gas,
unfinished oils, waxes, and miscellaneous petroleum products.
.
Emissions from energy consumption (for electricity and a small amount of
useful thermal output) in the electric power sector are allocated to the end-use
sectors in proportion to each sector’s share of total electricity retail sales.  See
Tables 7.6 and 12.6.
.
Excludes emissions from biomass energy consumption.  See Table 12.7.
R=Revised.  (s)=Less than 0.5 million metric tons and greater than -0.5 million
metric tons.  
Notes:  
 Data are estimates  for carbon  dioxide emissions  from energy
consumption,  including  the  nonfuel  use  of  fossil  fuels.    See  "Section  12
Methodology and Sources" at end of section.  
See "Carbon Dioxide" in Glossary.
See Note 1, "Emissions of Carbon Dioxide and Other Greenhouse Gases," at
end of section.  
Data exclude emissions from biomass energy consumption.  See
Table 12.7 and Note 2, "Accounting for Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Biomass
Energy Combustion,"  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/#environment
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section.
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Table 12.5   Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Energy Consumption:  Transportation Sector
(Million Metric Tons of Carbon Dioxide
e
a
)
Coal
Natural
Gasb
Petroleum
Retail
Elec-
tricityf
Totalg
Aviation
Gasoline
Distillate
Fuel Oilc
Jet
Fuel
LPGd
Lubri-
cants
Motor
Gasolinee
Residual
Fuel Oil
Total
1973 Total........................      (s)
)
39
6
163
152
3
6
886
57
1,273
2
1,315
1975 Total........................      (s)
)
32
5
155
145
3
6
889
56
1,258
2
1,292
1980 Total........................
.
( )h
34
4
204
155
1
6
881
110
1,363
2
1,400
1985 Total........................
.
( )h
28
3
232
178
2
6
908
62
1,391
3
1,421
1990 Total........................
.
( )h
36
3
268
223
1
7
967
80
1,548
3
1,588
1995 Total........................
.
( )h
38
3
307
222
1
6
1,029
72
1,640
3
1,681
1996 Total........................
.
( )h
39
3
327
232
1
6
1,047
67
1,683
3
1,725
1997 Total........................
.
( )h
41
3
341
234
1
6
1,057
56
1,700
3
1,744
1998 Total........................
.
( )h
35
2
352
238
1
7
1,090
53
1,743
3
1,782
1999 Total........................
.
( )h
36
3
365
245
1
7
1,115
52
1,789
3
1,828
2000 Total........................
.
( )h
36
3
377
254
1
7
1,122
70
1,833
4
1,873
2001 Total........................
.
( )h
35
2
387
243
1
6
1,128
46
1,813
4
1,852
2002 Total........................
.
( )h
37
2
394
237
1
6
1,158
53
1,852
4
1,892
2003 Total........................
.
( )h
33
2
408
231
1
6
1,161
45
1,854
5
1,892
2004 Total........................
.
( )h
32
2
433
240
1
6
1,181
58
1,922
5
1,959
2005 Total........................
.
( )h
33
2
444
246
2
6
1,182
66
1,948
5
1,986
2006 Total........................
.
( )h
33
2
467
240
2
5
1,188
71
1,976
5
2,014
2007 Total........................
.
( )h
35
2
469
238
1
6
1,186
78
1,981
5
2,021
2008 Total........................
.
( )h
37
2
424
226
3
5
1,124
73
1,856
5
1,898
2009 Total........................
.
( )h
38
2
405
204
2
5
1,109
62
1,789
5
1,832
2010 Total........................
.
( )h
38
2
426
210
2
5
1,091
70
1,806
5
1,849
2011 Total........................
.
( )h
39
2
437
209
2
5
1,058
61
1,774
4
1,818
2012 Total........................
.
( )h
41
2
416
206
2
5
1,051
53
1,735
4
1,780
2013 Total........................
.
( )h
47
2
424
210
3
5
1,066
46
1,756
4
1,807
2014 January....................
.
( )h
6
(s)
35
17
(s)
(s)
85
2
140
(s)
146
February ..................
.
( )h
5
(s)
32
16
(s)
(s)
80
2
130
(s)
135
March.......................
.
( )h
5
(s)
36
18
(s)
(s)
89
2
146
(s)
151
April .........................
.
( )h
4
(s)
37
18
(s)
(s)
89
3
148
(s)
151
May..........................
.
( )h
3
(s)
38
17
(s)
(s)
93
3
152
(s)
155
June .........................
.
( )h
3
(s)
38
19
(s)
(s)
90
3
150
(s)
153
July ..........................
.
( )h
3
(s)
40
19
(s)
(s)
95
3
158
(s)
162
August .....................
.
( )h
3
(s)
40
19
(s)
(s)
96
3
158
(s)
161
September ...............
.
( )h
3
(s)
37
18
(s)
(s)
88
3
146
(s)
150
October ....................
.
( )h
3
(s)
39
18
(s)
(s)
94
3
155
(s)
159
November ................
.
( )h
4
(s)
35
18
(s)
(s)
88
4
146
(s)
151
December ................
.
( )h
5
(s)
37
19
(s)
(s)
92
3
152
(s)
157
 Total........................
.
( )h
48
2
443
216
3
5
1,077
35
1,780
4
1,832
2015 January....................
.
( )h
6
(s)
35
17
(s)
1
89
3
145
(s)
151
February ..................
.
( )h
5
(s)
33
16
(s)
(s)
80
(s)
130
(s)
136
March.......................
.
( )h
5
(s)
37
19
(s)
(s)
93
3
153
(s)
158
April .........................
.
( )h
4
(s)
37
18
(s)
(s)
91
2
148
(s)
152
May..........................
.
( )h
3
(s)
38
19
(s)
1
95
3
155
(s)
159
June .........................
.
( )h
3
(s)
38
20
(s)
(s)
93
2
154
(s)
157
July ..........................
.
( )h
4
(s)
40
20
(s)
1
97
4
162
(s)
166
August .....................
.
( )h
4
(s)
40
20
(s)
(s)
97
4
161
(s)
165
September ...............
.
( )h
3
(s)
38
19
(s)
(s)
92
3
152
(s)
156
October ....................
.
( )h
4
(s)
37
20
(s)
1
95
3
155
(s)
159
November ................
.
( )h
4
(s)
34
19
(s)
(s)
90
4
147
(s)
152
December ................
.
( )h
5
(s)
35
20
(s)
(s)
94
4
153
(s)
158
 Total........................
.
( )h
49
1
440
226
3
5
1,105
36
1,816
4
1,869
2016 January....................
.
( )h
6
(s)
32
18
(s)
(s)
89
4
144
(s)
150
Metric tons of carbon dioxide can be converted to metric tons of carbon
equivalent by multiplying by 12/44.
.
Natural gas, excluding supplemental gaseous fuels.
Distillate fuel oil, excluding biodiesel.
Liquefied petroleum gases.
Finished motor gasoline, excluding fuel ethanol.
Emissions from energy consumption (for electricity and a small amount of
useful thermal output) in the electric power sector are allocated to the end-use
sectors in proportion to each sector’s share of total electricity retail sales.  See
Tables 7.6 and 12.6.
.
Excludes emissions from biomass energy consumption.  See Table 12.7.
Beginning in 1978, the small amounts of coal consumed for transportation are
reported as industrial sector consumption.
.
R=Revised.  (s)=Less than 0.5 million metric tons.  
Notes:  
 Data are estimates  for carbon  dioxide emissions  from energy
consumption,  including  the  nonfuel  use  of  fossil  fuels.    See  "Section  12
Methodology and Sources" at end of section.  
See "Carbon Dioxide" in Glossary.
See Note 1, "Emissions of Carbon Dioxide and Other Greenhouse Gases," at
end of section.  
Data exclude emissions from biomass energy consumption.  See
Table 12.7 and Note 2, "Accounting for Carbon Dioxide Emissions From Biomass
Energy Combustion,"  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/#environment
(Excel and CSV files) for all available annual and monthly data beginning in 1973.
Sources:  See end of section.
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