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The essential data about energy explained in 12 infographics. Detailed charts covering us energy consumption by source 1950-2018, per capita energy consumption 2014, us energy consumption by fuel and sector, world energy use by fuel and more. Learn the truth about energy and how it relates to the state of the world on The Global Education Project website with un-biased facts from the most reliable sources.
US Energy Consumption by Source 1950-2018
Per Capita Energy Consumption 2014
US Energy Consumption by Fuel and Sector
World Energy Use By Fuel
Fossil Fuel
Industrialized civilization is dependent upon cheap and reliable fossil fuel energy. This section includes a look at production, consumption, remaining known resources and the global carbon budget.
US Electricity Generation
Major Oil Producers and Consumers Coal has been used since the industrial revolution but only in the last 100 years have huge quantities of oil and gas been removed from underground reservoirs. Oil and gas are used as fuel energy in combustion engines and as "feed stock" for other industries...
Crude Oil Reserves by Region
Proven Natural Gas Reserves
Proven Coal Reserves In 2014, coal-powered plants at electrical utilities in the US accounted for 39% of electricity production, 27.5% in 2018, and 23.5% in 2019. The decline is due to increased availability of natural gas, decreased consumption, increase in renewable power,...
US Electrical Power Sector
US Petroleum Production and Net Imports 2018


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