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Table 1 Energy supply and demand

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Energy supply and demand
  2007r 2008 2007 to 2008
  petajoules1 % change
Production2 17 148 16 660 -2.8
Exports2 9 331 9 206 -1.3
Imports2 3 124 3 116 -0.3
Availability2 11 969 11 545 -3.5
Electricity generation 1 639 1 683 2.7
Producer consumption 1 364 1 285 -5.8
Non-energy use 1 084 1 042 -3.9
Final demand3 7 958 7 793 -2.1
Industrial 2 451 2 306 -5.9
Transportation 2 484 2 396 -3.5
Residential and agriculture 1 552 1 578 1.7
Commercial and public administration 1 472 1 523 3.5
  2007r 2008 2007 to 2008
  petajoules1 % change
Final demand3      
Canada 7 958 7 793 -2.1
Newfoundland and Labrador 125 126 0.8
Prince Edward Island 25 23 -8.0
Nova Scotia 176 171 -2.8
New Brunswick 175 164 -6.3
Quebec 1 594 1 524 -4.4
Ontario 2 639 2 587 -2.0
Manitoba 264 268 1.5
Saskatchewan 419 429 2.4
Alberta 1 566 1 544 -1.4
British Columbia 945 928 -1.8
North4 30 29 -3.3
revised
A 30-litre gasoline fill-up contains about one gigajoule of energy. A petajoule is one million gigajoules.
Primary energy sources: coal, crude oil, natural gas, natural gas liquids, and hydro and nuclear electricity.
Final demand represents the sum of energy use by mining, manufacturing, forestry, construction, transportation, agriculture, residential, public administration and commercial and other institutional.
North includes Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.