Table 1.12Total operating and capital expenditures on environmental processes and technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by industry, 2004

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Total operating and capital expenditures on environmental processes and technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by industry, 2004
  Operating expenditures 1 Capital expenditures 1 Total
  millions of dollars
Logging 52.0 8.5 60.5
Oil and gas extraction 23.0 124.8 147.8
Mining 38.0 10.1 48.1
Electric power generation, transmission and distribution 75.7 21.2 96.9
Natural gas distribution 3.5 5.2 8.7
Food 8.8 23.7 32.5
Beverage and tobacco products 1.7 3.7 5.4
Wood products 106.5 45.9 152.3
Pulp, paper and paperboard mills 129.8 37.2 167.1
Petroleum and coal products 1.2 37.1 38.3
Chemicals 57.9 25.7 83.6
Non-metallic mineral products 11.0 8.1 19.1
Primary metals 34.9 5.4 40.3
Fabricated metal products 22.4 8.7 31.1
Transportation equipment 6.5 10.8 17.3
Pipeline transportation 3.1 3.1 6.2
Total 575.8 379.3 955.1
1.
Capital expenditures refer to all costs in 2004 (reporting year) for machinery and equipment and their installation and repair, as well as for the construction of non-residential facilities (by contractors or own employees). Operating expenditures refer to all cash expenses, rather than accruals, incurred during the 2004 reporting year for maintenance and repair (of existing environmental equipment), labour, fuel and electricity, materials and supplies, and purchased services.
Note(s):
Figures may not add up to totals due to rounding.
Source(s):
Statistics Canada, 2007, Environment Accounts and Statistics Division, Environmental Protection Expenditures in the Business Sector, 2004, Catalogue no. 16F0006X.
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