Canada's secondary energy use by source 2016

This statistic displays the total secondary energy use in Canada in 2016, by energy source. During this year, wood waste and pulping liquor accounted for 373 petajoules of total secondary energy use. Secondary energy is energy that is generation through the conversion of primary energies.

Use of secondary energy in Canada in 2016, by source

Secondary energy use in petajoules
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* Motor gasoline includes ethanol. Oil includes diesel fuel oil, light fuel oil, kerosene, and heavy fuel oil. Other includes coal, coke, coke oven gas, LPG/NGL, steam and waste fuels from the cement industry.

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