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2007 New York State Yearbook Banner Section L: Energy and Utilities

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    Information on energy production and utilization in New York State — including electricity generation; energy usage and demand; oil and gas production; and nuclear power generation.



    Highlights

  • Nearly 417 trillion Btu's of energy were produced in New York in 2005.
  • Over 4,000 trillion Btu's of energy were consumed in 2005, nearly ten times as much energy as New York produced.
  • New Yorkers paid over $57 billion for all types of energy in 2005, 21 percent more than in 2004.
  • Petroleum products provided 41 percent of the energy consumed in New York in 2005, followed by natural gas at 29 percent.
  • New York has six of the nation's 104 nuclear power plants, and they supplied 10 percent of the State's energy consumption in 2005.

L-1

Electric Energy Production: Selected Years 2000-04, and Net Summer Capacity: 2000 and 2004, US by State

L-2

Production of Primary Energy Resources, NYS: 1991-2005

L-3

Oil and Gas Production, NYS: 1966-2004

L-4

Primary Consumption of Energy by Type of Fuel, NYS: 1991-2005

L-5

Primary Consumption of Refined Petroleum Products by Type of Product, NYS: 1991-2005

L-6

Primary Consumption of Energy for Electric Generation by Type of Fuel, NYS: 1991-2005

L-7

Net Consumption of Energy by the Residential Sector, NYS: 1991-2005

L-8

Net Consumption of Energy by the Commercial Sector, NYS: 1991-2005

L-9

Net Consumption of Energy by the Industrial Sector, NYS: 1991-2005

L-10

Net Consumption of Energy by the Transportation Sector, NYS: 1991-2005

L-11

Net Energy Bill by Sector and Type of Fuel, NYS: Selected Years 1991-2005

L-12

Residential Retail Energy Prices, NYS: 1991-2005

L-13

Commercial Retail Energy Prices, NYS: 1991-2005

L-14

Industrial Retail Energy Prices, NYS: 1991-2005

L-15

Transportation Retail Energy Prices, NYS: 1991-2005

L-16

Sources and Disposition of Energy by the New York Power Authority, NYS: 2006

L-17

Generation by Major Privately Owned Electric Utilities by Type of Prime Mover Driving the Generator, NYS: 1972-2005

L-18

Energy Sales to Ultimate Customers of Major Privately Owned Electric Utilities by Type of Customer, NYS: 1972-2005

L-19

Energy Sales to Final Customers of Major Privately Owned Gas Utilities by Type of Customer, NYS: 1972-2005

L-20

Residential Customers of Electric and Gas Utilities, Usage and Bill per Customer and Revenue per Unit Consumed, NYS: Selected Years 1960-2005

L-21

Electric Service Companies, Average Annual Bill Data, NYS: 2005

L-22

Gas Service Companies, Average Annual Bill Data, NYS: 2005

L-23

New York Independent System Operator Electric Energy Load and Capacity Schedule: 2007-16

L-24

New York Independent System Operator Long-Term Electric Energy Forecast, 2005 Baseline and 2006-16 Forecast

L-25

Energy Conversion Factors, NYS: 2005

L-26

Oil and Gas Drillings and Completions, NYS: 1966-2005

L-27

Oil and Gas Reserves, NYS: 1966-2005

L-28

Nuclear Power Plants, Net Generation and Summer Capability, US by State: 2004

Figures  
L-1

Primary Consumption of Energy by Type of Fuel, NYS: 1991 and 2005

L-2

Primary Consumption of Refined Petroleum Products by Type of Product, NYS: 1991 and 2005

L-3

Primary Consumption of Energy by the Electric Utility Sector by Type of Fuel, NYS: 1991 and 2005

L-4

Energy Flow, NYS: 2005

L-5

Net Energy Costs by Sector, NYS: Selected Years 1991-2005

L-6

Net Energy Costs by Fuel Type, NYS: Selected Years 1991-2005

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