Table 128-0009 129
Supply and demand of primary and secondary energy in terajoules, *Archived*
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Geography = Canada
Fuel type = Total primary and secondary energy
by Supply and demand characteristics; Geography= Canada; Fuel type= Total primary and secondary energy
Supply and demand of primary and secondary energy in terajoules, annual (terajoules)
Supply and demand characteristics 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009
footnotes
Exports 9,641,137 9,833,549 10,308,635 10,265,704r 8,816,828
Imports 3,773,124 3,657,954 3,755,330 3,762,571r 3,554,257
Inter-regional transfers 2 -359 -230 -251 .. ..
Stock variation 16,824 17,731 -239,619 -248,237r -271,785
Inter-product transfers 3 5,697 5,838 7,533 -6,883r -107,234
Other adjustments 4 201,024 99,008 755,489 676,934r 410,181
Stock change, utilities and industry -36,644 10,486 -43,522 4,335r -48,036
Transformed to electricity by utilities 1,527,322 1,411,135 1,717,858 1,447,382r 1,220,907
Transformed to electricity by industry 84,380 103,073 106,708 94,685r 80,455
Transformed to coke and manufactured gases 125,549 126,753 125,826 124,510r 89,408
Transformed to refined petroleum products 4,593,659 4,540,238 4,776,356 4,338,728r 4,514,911
Transformed to steam generation -13,483 -11,258 -9,223 -10,244r -488
Net supply 6 9,946,141 9,879,558 10,405,845 10,160,309r 9,831,963
Producer consumption 7 1,273,976 1,282,273 1,363,873 1,338,348r 1,277,537
Non-energy use 8 983,711 1,044,862 1,083,689 1,012,076r 902,282
Energy use, final demand 9 7,688,484 7,552,434 7,958,384 7,802,344r 7,649,786
Total industrial 2,312,773 2,313,985 2,450,651 2,280,195r 2,244,700
Total mining and oil and gas extraction 10 477,360 496,903 615,181 632,773r 707,418
Total manufacturing 1,753,302 1,734,898 1,753,437 1,568,390r 1,475,136
Pulp and paper manufacturing 11 360,890 326,432 305,119 254,854r 215,311
Iron and steel manufacturing 12 236,274 233,622 244,325 218,073r 171,734
Aluminum and non-ferrous metal manufacturing 13 266,126 269,342 256,910 244,389r 231,506
Cement manufacturing 14 64,744 66,752 61,227 57,165r 43,239
Refined petroleum products manufacturing 15 70,857 75,088 77,966 77,743r 64,964
Chemicals and fertilizers manufacturing 16 205,823 208,254 215,586 187,950r 185,325
All other manufacturing 17 548,587 555,410 592,305 528,212r 563,049
Forestry and logging and support activities for forestry 18 21,584 21,535 19,601 18,189r 12,750
Construction 19 60,528 60,702 62,433 60,825r 49,393
Total transportation 20 2,388,767 2,372,345 2,484,016 2,429,236r 2,396,274
Railways 78,880 81,346 86,463 90,840r 87,864
Total airlines 224,916 223,173 215,881 213,572r 203,656
Total marine 111,152 99,489 112,097 100,859r 88,008
Pipelines 23 210,664 201,657 203,634 159,365r 136,283
Road transport and urban transit 24 319,527 318,510 333,694 331,419r 324,024
Retail pump sales 1,443,631 1,448,171 1,532,487 1,533,186r 1,556,431
Agriculture 25 208,539 211,382 215,620 217,653r 190,024
Residential 26 1,296,644 1,243,425 1,336,452 1,356,259r 1,316,207
Public administration 27 136,052 127,631 122,114 122,531r 121,793
Commercial and other institutional 28 1,346,076 1,283,817 1,349,684 1,396,438r 1,380,790
Statistical difference -23 -8 2 169r 68

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For quarterly data on reference years prior to 2002, please see CANSIM table 128-0002.
Shows the net inter-regional movement of product between regions.
Shows the transfer of similar products between different product forms; for example, still gas to natural gas, natural gas to produce hydrogen in petroleum refineries.
Includes cyclical billing variations, metering differences and losses in transportation. In the case of crude oil, includes sales to non-refineries.
The amount which was available for use. This includes the summation of production, imports, inter-regional transfers, inter-product transfers and other adjustments, less exports and stock variation.
The amount available after the amounts used in transformation processes are subtracted. Availability minus stock change, utilities and industry, transformed to electricity - by utilities, transformed to electricity - by industry, transformed to coke and manufactured gases, transformed to refined products and transformed to steam generation.
Producers' consumption as measured here is the consumption by the producing industry of its own produced fuel; for example, refined petroleum products consumed by the refined petroleum product industry, or natural gas used in the field, flared and waste, field uses, gathering uses, plant uses and metering adjustments. It does not include consumption of energy forms produced by other energy supply industries; for example, it would exclude the use of natural gas by the petroleum refining industry. In the case of electricity, it includes transmission losses, adjustments, unaccounted for amounts which are subject to variation because of cyclical billing, etcetera, but excludes generating station use output as measured at the generating station gate.
Amounts shown here are for amounts used for purposes other than fuel purposes. Includes products being used as petrochemical feedstock, anodes and/or cathodes, greases, lubricants, etcetera.
The summation of the usage in mining and oil and gas extraction, manufacturing, forestry, construction, transportation, agriculture, residential, public administration and commercial and other institutional.
Comprises of establishments primarily engaged in extracting naturally occurring minerals. This includes metal mines, non-metal mines, coal mines, crude petroleum and natural gas extraction industries, stone quarries gravel pits, exploration for minerals, development of mineral properties and contract drilling operations. Up to and including 2003: North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 21, excluding 213118, 213119 and part of 212326. After 2003: NAICS code 21.
Includes establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pulp, paper and paper products. Up to and including 2003; North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 322111, 322112, 322122 and parts of 321216, 322121 and 322130. After 2003; NAICS code 322.
Establishments primarily engaged in operating blast furnaces, casting mills, rolling mills or coke ovens operated in association with blast furnaces including steel foundries. Up to and including 2003; North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 331110, 331221 and 331514. After 2003; NAICS codes 3311, 3312 and 33151.
Establishments primarily engaged in the production of aluminum and the refining of non-ferrous metals. Up to and including 2003; North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 331313 and 331410. After 2003; NAICS codes 3313, 3314 and 33152.
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cement. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 327310. This classification does not include ready-mix concrete operations, which is included in other manufacturing.
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing of a group of refined petroleum products including fuels, blended oils and greases. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 324110 and part of 324190.
Establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial organic and inorganic chemicals and chemical fertilizers. Up to and including 2003: North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 325110, 325120, 325130, 325181, 325189, 325313 and parts of 325190, 325210, 325410 and 325610. After 2003: NAICS code 325.
All other manufacturing industries (North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 31, 32 and 33) not listed above. In some instances, this classification is used when no breakdown of the component manufacturing industries is provided.
Establishments primarily engaged in forestry and logging services. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 113 and 1153.
Establishments primarily engaged in the construction of buildings, highways, dams, etcetera, and those providing services to the construction industry. Special trade contractors primarily engaged in construction work is such specialties as plumbing, carpentry, painting, etcetera are included here. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 23. Sales of asphalt (in non-energy refined petroleum products table) for paving purposes, regardless of the purchaser, are included here.
In this sector, only the use of fuel by the transportation industry for transportation purposes are included. Excluded are any fuels used for activities not directly involved in transportation (for example; train stations, warehouses, airports, etcetera). These amounts are included in commercial and other institutional. Fuels, which have been purchased for use by the agriculture, commercial and public institutions sectors for transportation purposes, are included in the sectors to which the fuel was sold.
Domestic airlines engaged primarily in the for-hire, common-carrier transportation of people and/or goods using aircraft, such as aeroplanes and helicopters. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 481. Exclude foreign airlines. Also excluded are establishments engaged in providing specialty flying services such as aerial photography, surveying, air taxi, flying clubs, flying schools, recreation flying, etcetera, which are included in commercial and other institutional. Aerial crop spraying and/or crop dusting is considered to be agriculture.
Establishments primarily engaged in the water transportation of passengers and goods, using equipment designed for those purposes and provided by ships of Canadian registry (flag). Commercial fishing is also included. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 1141 and 483. Excluded are usage by National Defence and the Canadian Coast Guard, which are included in public administration.
Establishments primarily engaged in operating pipelines for the transport of natural gas, crude oil and other products. Also included are establishments engaged in the distribution of natural gas through a series of mains. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 486 and 2212.
Establishments primarily engaged in truck transport services, in the operation of urban, interurban and rural transit systems, school buses, charter and sightseeing buses, taxis and limousine services to airports and stations. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 484, 485, 4871, 4879, 4884, 4885 and 4889.
Establishments primarily engaged in agricultural, hunting and trapping activities. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 111, 112, 1142, 1151 and 1152. Excluded are any operations primarily engaged in food processing, farm machinery manufacture and repair.
Includes all personal residences including single family residences, apartments, apartment hotels, condominiums and farm homes.
Establishments of federal, provincial and municipal governments primarily engaged in activities associated with public administration. This includes such establishments such as the Federal Public Service, National Defence, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and provincial and local administrations. North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 91.
Final consumers other than those listed above. This includes service industries related to mining, transportation, as well as storage and warehousing, communications and utility (excluding electricity and natural gas), wholesale and retail trade, finance and insurance, real estate and business service, education, health and social services and other service industries.
Values for production and availability for "total primary and secondary" are not shown as these would lead to double-counting of fuels that are both a primary energy form and used to produce a secondary energy form.

Source:  Statistics Canada. Table  128-0009 -  Supply and demand of primary and secondary energy in terajoules, annual (terajoules),  CANSIM (database). (accessed: )
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