Table 8-2
Electricity generated from fossil fuels — Utility generation

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Electricity generated from fossil fuels — Utility generation
Table summary
This table displays a modeled breakdown of electricity generated from fossil fuels by utilities. The row headers provide information by province. The column headers provide information by fuel type in gigawatt hours.
  Coal Natural gas Diesel and light fuel oil Heavy fuel oil 1 Wood and spent pulping liquor Other fuels 2 Total all fuels
  gigawatt hours
Canada 61,382 44,884 615 4,374 . 431 111,685
Newfoundland and Labrador . . 55 915 . .. 970
Prince Edward Island . . 1 11 . .. 12
Nova Scotia 5,393 2,258 15 1,356 . . 9,021
New Brunswick 2,076 1,946 23 1,609 . . 5,654
Quebec . 191 209 267 . x 742
Ontario 4,766 23,183 33 216 . x 28,366
Manitoba 52 27 15 .. . . 94
Saskatchewan 12,042 3,995 10 .. . . 16,047
Alberta 37,053 11,732 14 .. . x 48,833
British Columbia . 1,546 40 .. . x 1,740
Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut . x 200 . . . 206
Includes petroleum coke
Includes manufactured gases, other petroleum products, other fuels and station service.
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