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951. Manufacturing Primary Energy Consumption for all Purposes, by Type of Fuel and Major Industry Group

[In trillions of Btu (21,663 represents 21,663,000,000,000). The derived estimates presented in this table are for the primary consumption of energy for heat and power and as feedstocks or raw material inputs. Primary consumption is defined as the consumption of the energy that was originally produced offsite or was produced onsite from input materials not classified as energy. Examples of the latter are hydrogen produced from the electrolysis of brine; the output of captive (onsite) mines or wells; woodchips, bark, and woodwaste from wood purchased as a raw material input; and waste materials such as wastepaper and packing materials. Primary consumption excludes quantities of energy that are produced from other energy inputs and, therefore, avoids double counting. Based on the 1994 Manufacturing Energy Consumption Survey and subject to sampling variability; for more information,see http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/mecs/methodology/methodology_mecs94.htm }

 
1994 1994
Resi- Distil- Coke
Industry SIC 1 Net dual late Natural LPG Coal and Other 5 Ship-
code Total elec- fuel fuel gas 4 breeze ments
tricity 2 oil oil 3
 
    All Industries (X) 21,663 2,656 490 158 6,835 1,631 2,105 449 7,926 587
 
Food and kindred products 20 1,193 198 30 19 631 (D) 165 (D) 141 0
  Meat packing plants 2011 53 13 1 1 36 (D) (D) 0 2 0
  Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 51 5 2 1 43 (D) (D) 0 (Z) 0
  Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 42 10 1 (Z) 28 (D) 0 0 2 0
  Wet corn milling 2046 173 19 1 (Z) 68 (D) 78 (Z) 5 0
  Bread, cake, and related products 2051 37 8 (Z) 1 27 (D) 0 0 (Z) 0
  Cane sugar, except refining 2061 111 (D) (D) 1 2 (D) (D) 0 105 0
  Cane sugar refining 2062 23 (Z) 2 1 16 (Z) 0 0 4 0
  Beet sugar 2063 64 1 2 (D) 19 (D) 39 (D) (Z) 0
  Soybean oil mills 2075 57 6 1 (D) 31 (D) 15 0 3 0
  Malt beverages 2082 51 8 (D) (Z) 22 (D) 17 0 (Z) 0
Tobacco products 21 (D) 3 1 (D) (D) (D) (D) 0 (D) 0
Textile mill products 22 310 111 17 7 117 4 40 0 14 0
Apparel and other textile products 23 (D) 26 (D) 1 25 (D) (D) 0 (D) 0
Lumber and wood products 24 491 68 2 25 48 (D) (D) 0 341 0
  Sawmills and planing mills, general 2421 201 22 (D) 7 11 (D) 0 0 160 0
  Softwood veneer and plywood 2436 74 9 (Z) 1 3 1 0 0 61 0
  Reconstituted wood products 2493 98 15 1 1 18 (D) (D) 0 60 0
Furniture and fixtures 25 69 22 (Z) 1 24 1 3 0 18 0
  Wood furniture, except upholstered 2511 24 7 (Z) (Z) 2 (Z) 1 0 13 0
Paper and allied products 26 2,665 223 173 9 575 5 307 0 1,373 0
  Pulp mills 2611 (D) 7 23 1 22 (D) 7 0 (D) 0
  Paper mills 2621 1,297 117 94 4 272 2 195 0 612 0
  Paperboard mills 2631 954 46 50 2 199 (Z) 101 0 556 0
Printing and publishing 27 112 59 (D) 2 48 (D) 0 0 2 0
Chemicals and allied products 28 5,328 520 110 14 2,569 1,535 293 11 442 166
  Alkalies and chlorine 2812 135 46 (D) (Z) 54 (D) (D) 0 16 0
  Industrial gases 2813 104 80 0 (D) 23 (D) (Z) 1 1 (D)
  Inorganic pigments 2816 51 8 1 (D) 22 (D) (D) (D) 11 0
  Industrial inorganic checmicals, nec 2819 377 144 (D) 2 150 (D) (D) 9 28 (Z)
  Plastic materials and resins 2821 642 56 3 1 241 317 19 0 26 21
  Synthetic rubber 2822 102 8 (D) (D) 55 25 4 0 9 0
  Cellulosic manmade fibers 2823 28 1 0 (Z) (D) (D) (D) 0 (D) 0
  Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 116 24 9 1 40 (D) (D) 0 (D) (D)
  Gum and wood chemicals 2861 28 1 (Z) (D) 4 (D) 4 (D) 19 0
  Cyclic crudes and intermediates 2865 206 16 (D) 1 101 (D) 3 0 35 0
  Industrial organic chemicals, nec 2869 2,369 64 5 2 1,068 1,008 (D) (D) 250 142
  Nitrogenous fertilizers 2873 622 13 0 (Z) 606 (Z) 0 0 2 0
  Phosphatic fertilizers 2874 46 4 (D) (D) 14 (Z) (D) 0 25 0
  Carbon black 2895 80 (D) 59 (D) 20 (D) 0 0 (Z) 0
Petroleum and coal products 29 6,339 121 71 22 811 47 (D) (D) 5,344 87
  Petroleum refining 2911 6,263 114 68 7 756 (D) (D) 0 5,271 0
Rubber and misc plastic products 30 287 149 10 4 110 3 5 0 6 0
  Tires and inner tubes 3011 49 16 5 1 23 (Z) 2 0 2 0
  Miscellaneuos plastics products, nec 308 192 116 3 2 64 3 2 0 3 0
Leather and leather products 31 (D) 3 2 (D) (D) (D) 0 0 (Z) 0
Stone, clay, and glass products 32 944 123 7 23 432 4 274 8 73 0
  Flat glass 3211 52 5 2 (Z) 45 (Z) 0 0 1 0
  Glass containers 3221 83 15 2 (Z) 66 (Z) 0 0 (Z) 0
  Pressed and blown glass, nec 3229 63 11 (D) (Z) 51 (D) 0 0 (Z) 0
Cement, hydraulic 3241 327 37 1 5 25 (Z) 202 4 53 0
  Lime 3274 96 4 1 1 13 (Z) 66 2 9 0
  Mineral wool 3296 51 12 (D) (Z) 37 (D) 0 2 (Z) 0
Primary metal industries 33 2,462 493 43 13 811 5 922 424 85 334
  Blast furnace and basic steel products 331 1,747 182 42 (D) 526 (D) 906 386 33 334
  Blast furnaces and steel mills 3312 1,649 148 42 (D) 484 (D) 893 385 26 334
  Electrometallurgical products 3313 38 16 0 (Z) 3 (Z) 13 (S) 5 0
  Gray and ductile iron foundries 3321 94 30 (Z) 1 33 1 1 29 1 (Z)
  Primary copper 3331 32 5 (D) (D) 22 (D) (D) 0 (D) 0
  Primary aluminum 3334 241 183 (D) 1 17 (D) (D) (D) 40 0
  Primary Nonferrous Metals, nec 3339 45 14 (D) (D) 12 (Z) 10 (D) 2 0
  Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 3353 73 16 0 (D) 53 (Z) (D) 0 3 0
Fabricated metal products 34 367 115 (D) 4 220 5 (D) (D) (S) 0
Industrial machinery & equipment 35 246 109 (D) 4 111 3 11 (D) 5 0
  Computer and office equipment 357 20 14 (D) (Z) 5 (D) 0 0 (Z) 0
Electric and electronic equipment 36 243 113 3 2 88 2 (D) (D) (S) 0
Transportation equipment 37 363 132 11 7 157 3 28 2 23 0
  Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 107 30 2 (Z) 53 (Z) 13 0 8 0
  Motor vehicle parts and accessories 3714 119 46 (D) 1 56 1 10 (D) 3 0
Instruments and related products 38 107 46 4 1 29 (D) (D) 0 3 0
  Surgical and medical instruments 3841 7 5 (Z) (Z) 2 (Z) 0 0 (Z) 0
Misc manufacturing industries 39 (D) 19 1 1 19 1 1 0 (D) 0


[tbf]X Not applicable. D Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual establishments. S Withheld because Relative Standard Error is greater than 50 percent. Z Less than 0.5 trillion Btu.
1 Standard Industrial Classification Code; see text, Section 17, Business.
2 Net electricity is obtained by aggregating purchases, transfers in, and generation from noncombustible renewable resources minus quantities sold and transferred out. Excludes electricity inputs from onsite cogeneration or generation from combustible fuels because that energy has already been included as generating fuel (for example, coal).
3 Includes Nos.1, 2, and 4 fuel oils and Nos. 1, 2, and 4 diesel fuels.
4 Includes natural gas obtained from utilities, transmission pipelines, and any other supplier such as brokers and producers.
5 Includes net steam, and other energy that respondents indicated was used to produce heat and power or as feedstock/raw material inputs.

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Manufacturing Energy Consumption 1994.

http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/mecs/contents.html#mecs94

**************************************************************************************** he 1994 Manufacturing Energy Consumption Survey is the Energy Information Administrations latest survey of the manufacturing sector. Previous manufacturing surveys were conducted for reporting years 1985, 1988, and 1991 in 1986, 1989, and 1992, respectively. The next MECS survey will be conducted for reporting year 1998, with subsequent MECS being conducted every 4 years thereafter.The basic unit of data collection for this survey is the manufacturing establishment. A nationally representative sample of these establishments supplied the information through mailed questionnaires. The Manufacturing and Construction Division of the Bureau of the Census, in consultation with EIA, selected the MECS sample, conducted fieldwork, and processed the data



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