2018 Annual Survey of Electric Power Thermal Generating Station Fuel Consumption

Why do we conduct this survey?

This survey is conducted by Statistics Canada in order to collect the necessary information to support the Integrated Business Statistics Program (IBSP). This program combines various survey and administrative data to develop comprehensive measures of the Canadian economy. The statistical information from the IBSP serves many purposes, including:

  • Obtaining information on the supply of and/or demand for energy in Canada
  • Enabling governmental agencies to fulfill their regulatory responsibilities in regards to public utilities
  • Enabling all levels of government to establish informed policies in the energy area
  • Assisting the business community in the corporate decision-making process.

Your information may also be used by Statistics Canada for other statistical and research purposes.

Your participation in this survey is required under the authority of the Statistics Act.

Other important information

Authorization to collect this information

Data are collected under the authority of the Statistics Act, Revised Statutes of Canada, 1985, Chapter S-19.

Confidentiality

By law, Statistics Canada is prohibited from releasing any information it collects that could identify any person, business, or organization, unless consent has been given by the respondent, or as permitted by the Statistics Act. Statistics Canada will use the information from this survey for statistical purposes only.

Record linkages

To enhance the data from this survey and to reduce the reporting burden, Statistics Canada may combine the acquired data with information from other surveys or from administrative sources.

Data-sharing agreements

To reduce respondent burden, Statistics Canada has entered into data-sharing agreements with provincial and territorial statistical agencies and other government organizations, which have agreed to keep the data confidential and use them only for statistical purposes. Statistics Canada will only share data from this survey with those organizations that have demonstrated a requirement to use the data.

Section 11 of the Statistics Act provides for the sharing of information with provincial and territorial statistical agencies that meet certain conditions. These agencies must have the legislative authority to collect the same information, on a mandatory basis, and the legislation must provide substantially the same provisions for confidentiality and penalties for disclosure of confidential information as the Statistics Act. Because these agencies have the legal authority to compel businesses to provide the same information, consent is not requested and businesses may not object to the sharing of the data.

For this survey, there are Section 11 agreements with the provincial and territorial statistical agencies of Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Québec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon. The shared data will be limited to information pertaining to business establishments located within the jurisdiction of the respective province or territory.

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For this survey, there are Section 12 agreements with the statistical agencies of Prince Edward Island, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut as well as with the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources, the Ministère de l'énergie et des ressources naturelles du Québec, the Manitoba Department of Growth, Enterprise and Trade, Alberta Energy, the British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, the National Energy Board, Natural Resources Canada and Environment and Climate Change Canada.

For agreements with provincial and territorial government organizations, the shared data will be limited to information pertaining to business establishments located within the jurisdiction of the respective province or territory.

Business or organization and contact information

1. Verify or provide the business or organization's legal and operating name and correct where needed.

Note: Legal name modifications should only be done to correct a spelling error or typo.

Legal Name
The legal name is one recognized by law, thus it is the name liable for pursuit or for debts incurred by the business or organization. In the case of a corporation, it is the legal name as fixed by its charter or the statute by which the corporation was created.

Modifications to the legal name should only be done to correct a spelling error or typo.

To indicate a legal name of another legal entity you should instead indicate it in question 3 by selecting 'Not currently operational' and then choosing the applicable reason and providing the legal name of this other entity along with any other requested information.

Operating Name
The operating name is a name the business or organization is commonly known as if different from its legal name. The operating name is synonymous with trade name.

Legal name

Operating name (if applicable)

2. Verify or provide the contact information of the designated business or organization contact person for this questionnaire and correct where needed.

Note: The designated contact person is the person who should receive this questionnaire. The designated contact person may not always be the one who actually completes the questionnaire.

First name

Last name

Title

Preferred language of communication

  • English
  • French

Mailing address (number and street)

City

Province, territory or state

Postal code or ZIP code

Country

  • Canada
  • United States

Email address

Telephone number (including area code)

Extension number (if applicable)
The maximum number of characters is 10.

Fax number (including area code)

3. Verify or provide the current operational status of the business or organization identified by the legal and operating name above.

  • Operational
  • Not currently operational
    Why is this business or organization not currently operational?
    • Seasonal operations
      • When did this business or organization close for the season?
        • Date
      • When does this business or organization expect to resume operations?
        • Date
    • Ceased operations
      • When did this business or organization cease operations?
        • Date
      • Why did this business or organization cease operations?
        • Bankruptcy
        • Liquidation
        • Dissolution
        • Other - Specify the other reasons why the operations ceased
    • Sold operations
      • When was this business or organization sold?
        • Date
      • What is the legal name of the buyer?
    • Amalgamated with other businesses or organizations
      • When did this business or organization amalgamate?
        • Date
      • What is the legal name of the resulting or continuing business or organization?
      • What are the legal names of the other amalgamated businesses or organizations?
    • Temporarily inactive but will re-open
      • When did this business or organization become temporarily inactive?
        • Date
      • When does this business or organization expect to resume operations?
        • Date
      • Why is this business or organization temporarily inactive?
    • No longer operating due to other reasons

4. Verify or provide the current main activity of the business or organization identified by the legal and operating name above.

Note: The described activity was assigned using the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).

This question verifies the business or organization's current main activity as classified by the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is an industry classification system developed by the statistical agencies of Canada, Mexico and the United States. Created against the background of the North American Free Trade Agreement, it is designed to provide common definitions of the industrial structure of the three countries and a common statistical framework to facilitate the analysis of the three economies. NAICS is based on supply-side or production-oriented principles, to ensure that industrial data, classified to NAICS, are suitable for the analysis of production-related issues such as industrial performance.

The target entity for which NAICS is designed are businesses and other organizations engaged in the production of goods and services. They include farms, incorporated and unincorporated businesses and government business enterprises. They also include government institutions and agencies engaged in the production of marketed and non-marketed services, as well as organizations such as professional associations and unions and charitable or non-profit organizations and the employees of households.

The associated NAICS should reflect those activities conducted by the business or organizational units targeted by this questionnaire only, as identified in the 'Answering this questionnaire' section and which can be identified by the specified legal and operating name. The main activity is the activity which most defines the targeted business or organization's main purpose or reason for existence. For a business or organization that is for-profit, it is normally the activity that generates the majority of the revenue for the entity.

The NAICS classification contains a limited number of activity classifications; the associated classification might be applicable for this business or organization even if it is not exactly how you would describe this business or organization's main activity.

Please note that any modifications to the main activity through your response to this question might not necessarily be reflected prior to the transmitting of subsequent questionnaires and as a result they may not contain this updated information.

The following is the detailed description including any applicable examples or exclusions for the classification currently associated with this business or organization.

Description and examples

  • This is the current main activity
  • This is not the current main activity

Provide a brief but precise description of this business or organization's main activity

e.g., breakfast cereal manufacturing, shoe store, software development

Main activity

5. You indicated that is not the current main activity.

Was this business or organization's main activity ever classified as: ?

  • Yes
    When did the main activity change?
    Date:
  • No

6. Search and select the industry classification code that best corresponds to this business or organization's main activity.

Select this business or organization's activity sector (optional)

  • Farming or logging operation
  • Construction company or general contractor
  • Manufacturer
  • Wholesaler
  • Retailer
  • Provider of passenger or freight transportation
  • Provider of investment, savings or insurance products
  • Real estate agency, real estate brokerage or leasing company
  • Provider of professional, scientific or technical services
  • Provider of health care or social services
  • Restaurant, bar, hotel, motel or other lodging establishment
  • Other sector

7. You have indicated that the current main activity of this business or organization is:

Main activity

Are there any other activities that contribute significantly (at least 10%) to this business or organization's revenue?

  • Yes, there are other activities
    Provide a brief but precise description of this business or organization's secondary activity
    e.g., breakfast cereal manufacturing, shoe store, software development
  • No, that is the only significant activity

8. Approximately what percentage of this business or organization's revenue is generated by each of the following activities?

When precise figures are not available, provide your best estimates.

  Percentage of revenue
Main activity  
Secondary activity  
All other activities  
Total percentage  

Method of collection

1. Indicate whether you will be answering the remaining questions or attaching files with the required information.

  • Answering the remaining questions
  • Attaching files

Attach files

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Industrial generator

1. Does this business produce electricity, for internal use and/or for sale?

  • Yes
  • No

Fuel consumption for industrial generation

2. Are the reported fuels consumed for the purpose of electricity generation only?

The purpose of this question is to ascertain whether the respondent is reporting fuels whose sole use was the generation of electricity or whether the fuels reported were used for other purposes (producing thermal energy for building heating, producing thermal energy for industrial drying purposes, etc.) in addition to the generation of electricity.

  • Yes
  • No

Generation and efficiency

3. What is the percentage of the actual electrical generator efficiency?

4. What percentage of the portion of steam is used to produce electricity?

Enter '0' if steam was not used to produce electricity.

Do not report negative values.

Portion of steam used to produce electricity: In the process of generating electricity, utilities may use steam completely towards the production of electricity, however an industry may use the steam for other purposes in their manufacturing and generate electricity as a side product.

5. What is the percentage of the actual turbine efficiency?

Cogeneration

6. Does this business generate both heat and electricity simultaneously from the same energy source at this location?

Cogeneration: a highly efficient means of generating heat and electric power at the same time from the same energy source. Cogeneration makes use of the excess heat, usually in the form of relatively low-temperature steam exhausted from the power generation turbines towards another purpose.

  • Yes
  • No

7. What is the primary purpose of the cogeneration?

Primary purpose

Electricity internal: Electricity which is used only for internal purposes.

Electricity external: Electricity which is sold / supplied to another company.

Industry internal: Fuels and processes used towards internal purposes that do not contribute towards the generation of electricity. (i.e., steam for drying paper).

Industry external: Fuels and processes used towards the generation of electricity.

  • To generate electricity for internal use
  • To generate electricity for sale
  • To generate thermal energy for internal use
    e.g., steam, heat
  • To generate thermal energy for sale
    e.g., steam, heat

8. What is the primary purpose for generating electricity?

Primary purpose

Electricity internal: Electricity which is used only for internal purposes.

Electricity external: Electricity which is sold / supplied to another company.

Industry internal: Fuels and processes used towards internal purposes that do not contribute towards the generation of electricity. (i.e., steam for drying paper).

Industry external: Fuels and processes used towards the generation of electricity.

  • To generate electricity for internal use
  • To generate electricity for sale

Sub-type for electricity generation

9. What sub-type method was used to generate electricity?

Select all that apply.

Sub-Types

Combined cycle: burns fuel in a gas turbine or engine to generate electricity. The exhaust from the turbine or engine can provide usable heat or go to a heat recovery system to generate steam which then may drive a secondary steam turbine.

Steam turbine: burns fuel to produce steam, which generates power through a steam turbine. Exhaust (left over steam) can be used as low-pressure steam to heat water.

Combustion engine diesel: rely solely on heat and pressure created by the engine in its compression process for ignition. The compression that occurs is usually twice or higher than a gasoline engine. Diesel engines will take in air only, and shortly before peak compression, a small quantity of diesel fuel is sprayed into the cylinder via a fuel injector that allows the fuel to instantly ignite.

Natural gas combustion turbine: involves a natural gas fired turbine, which runs a generator to produce electricity. The exhaust gas flows through a heat recovery boiler, which can convert the exhaust energy into steam or usable heat.

Combined cycle

Steam turbine

Combustion engine

Combustion turbine

Other
Specify other sub-type method used to generate electricity:

Sub-type for electricity generation

10. Which of the following sub-type methods were used for the cogeneration process?

Select all that apply.

Sub-Types

Combined cycle: burns fuel in a gas turbine or engine to generate electricity. The exhaust from the turbine or engine can provide usable heat or go to a heat recovery system to generate steam which then may drive a secondary steam turbine.

Steam turbine: burns fuel to produce steam, which generates power through a steam turbine. Exhaust (left over steam) can be used as low-pressure steam to heat water.

Combustion engine diesel: rely solely on heat and pressure created by the engine in its compression process for ignition. The compression that occurs is usually twice or more higher than a gasoline engine. Diesel engines will take in air only, and shortly before peak compression, a small quantity of diesel fuel is sprayed into the cylinder via a fuel injector that allows the fuel to instantly ignite.

Natural gas combustion turbine: involves a natural gas fired turbine, which runs a generator to produce electricity. The exhaust gas flows through a heat recovery boiler, which can convert the exhaust energy into steam or usable heat.

Combined cycle

Steam turbine

Combustion engine

Combustion turbine

Other
Specify other sub-type method used to generate electricity:

Fuel used by generation method — Combined cycle

11. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity.

Which types of fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid fuels
e.g., coal, wood, municipal waste, biomass

Liquids
e.g., bio-fuels, diesel, propane, heavy & light fuel oil

Gaseous
e.g., natural gas, coke oven gas, methane, refined fuel gas

Other fuels used to generate electricity
e.g., waste heat

Fuel selection breakdown — Combined cycle

12. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Solid fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Bituminous coal: A dense, black coal, often with well-defined bands of bright and dull material with a moisture content usually less than 20%. Used primarily for generating electricity, making coke and space heating.

Sub-bituminous coal: A black coal used primarily for thermal generation, with moisture content between 15% and 30%. (Canadian/Foreign) - It is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported sub-bituminous as each carries a different content, depending on the location of the coal mine.

Lignite: A brownish-black coal of low rank containing 30% to 40% moisture and volatile matter. Used almost exclusively for electric power generation.

Wood (Report for 'Dry' method): Wood and wood energy used as fuel, including round wood (cord wood), lignin, wood scraps from furniture and window frame manufacturing, wood chips, bark, sawdust, forest residues, charcoal and pulp waste.

Petroleum coke: (often abbreviated petcoke) is a barbonaceous solid derived from oil refinery coker units or other cracking processes. Other coke has traditionally been derived from coal.

Agriculture biomass: includes animal manure, cellulosic crop residue, fruit and vegetable culls and food-processing effluent. Potential energy crops include high-yielding, high-carbohydrate crops such as switchgrass and vegetable-oil crops such as canola and sunflower, and hydrocarbon plants such as milkweed and gumweed.

Other biomass: (food processing) can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as cheese whey, canning factory residues, fruit pits, apple pomice and coffee grounds.

Other biomass: (type unknown) any other type of biomass not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Municipal and other waste: can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as paper, cardboard, rubber, leather, natural textiles, wood, brush, grass clippings, kitchen wastes and sewage sludge.

Bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Sub-bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Lignite

Wood
e.g., bark, hog-fuel

Petroleum coke

Agriculture biomass

Other biomass
e.g., biomass from food processing

Other biomass - type unknown

Municipal and other waste

Other
Specify other solid fuel used to generate electricity:

13. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Liquids were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Liquid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Biodiesel: refers to a non-petroleum-based diesel fuel consisting of short chain alkyl (methyl or ethyl) esters, made by transesterification of vegetable oil or animal fat (tallow), which can be used (alone, or blended with conventional petrodiesel) in unmodified diesel-engine vehicles.

Ethanol: (ethanol fuel) the same type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. It can be used as a fuel, mainly as a biofuel alternative to gasoline. It can be made from very common crops such as sugar cane and corn, it is an increasingly common alternative to gasoline in some parts of the world.

Other biofuel: any other type of biofuel not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Light fuel oil (LFO): all distillate type fuels for power burners, fuel oil no.1, fuel oil no.2 (heating oil no.2), fuel oil no.3 (heating oil no.3), furnace fuel oil, gas oils and light industrial fuel.

Heavy fuel oil (HFO): all grades of residual type fuels including low sulphur. Usually used for steam and electric power generation and diesel motors. Includes fuel oil nos. 4, 5 and 6. (Canadian/Foreign) - it is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported Heavy Fuel Oil as each carries a different energy content, and is used to validate the integrity of Canada's Energy Balances.

Propane: is a three-carbon alkane, normally a gas, but compressible to a transportable liquid. It is derived from other petroleum products during oil or natural gas processing. It is commonly used as a fuel for engines, barbeques and home heating systems.

Diesel: all grades of distillate fuel used for diesel engines including low sulphur content (lower than 0.05%). Does not include diesel used for transportation off the plant site.

Spent pulping liquor: A by-product in the paper making process, containing carbohydrate and lignin decomposition products. Also known as black liquor.

Orimulsion: is a registered trademark name for a bitumen-based fuel that was developed for industrial use. Bitumen is a mixture of organic liquids that are highly viscous, black, sticky and entirely soluble in carbon disulfide and composed primarily of highly condensed polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Currently orimulsion is used as a commercial boiler fuel in power plants worldwide.

Biodiesel

Ethanol

Other biofuel

Light fuel oil

Heavy fuel oil

  • Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies
  • Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries

Propane

Diesel

Orimulsion

Spent pulping liquor

Other
Specify other liquid fuel used to generate electricity:

14. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Gaseous fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Gaseous Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Waste gasification: the process of waste gasification involves converting the organic material within the waste into synthetic natural gas (syngas), which is a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas. The syngas is used to produce electricity in the same way that natural gas is combusted for energy production-in combined-cycle mode.

Gasification: uses high temperatures in the presence of oxygen to convert solid biomass into gas (known as producer gas) to fuel a turbine to generate electricity.

Natural gas: a mixture of hydrocarbons (principally methane) and small quantities of various hydrocarbons existing in the gaseous phase or in solution with crude oil in underground reservoirs.

Coke oven gas: is obtained as a by-product of the manufacture of coke oven coke for the production of iron and steel.

Methane: is a chemical compound with the molecular formula CH4. It is the simplest alkane, and the principal component of natural gas. Burning methane in the presence of oxygen produces carbon dioxide and water.

Refinery fuel gas: a gaseous mixture of methane, light hydrocarbons, hydrogen, and other miscellaneous species (nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, etc.) that is produced in the refining of crude oil and/or petrochemical processes and that is separated for use as a fuel in boilers and process heaters throughout the refinery.

Natural gas

Coke oven gas

Methane (land fill)

Refined fuel gas

Other
Specify other gaseous fuel used to generate electricity:

15. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity.

What Other fuels were used to generate this electricity?

If you are reporting for electricity generated using Waste heat, do not complete boiler efficiency, average heat content, quantity, or total cost.

Other Fuel types used to generate electricity

Steam from waste heat: The amount of electricity generated when waste heat is recaptured to run a steam generator.

Other
Specify other type of fuel used to generate electricity:

Fuel used by generation method — Steam turbine

16. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid fuels
e.g., coal, wood, municipal waste, biomass

Liquids
e.g., bio-fuels, diesel, propane, heavy & light fuel oil

Gaseous
e.g., natural gas, coke oven gas, methane, refined fuel gas

Other fuels used to generate electricity
e.g., waste heat

Fuel selection breakdown — Steam turbine

17. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Solid fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Bituminous coal: A dense, black coal, often with well-defined bands of bright and dull material with a moisture content usually less than 20%. Used primarily for generating electricity, making coke and space heating.

Sub-bituminous coal: A black coal used primarily for thermal generation, with moisture content between 15% and 30%. (Canadian/Foreign) - It is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported sub-bituminous as each carries a different content, depending on the location of the coal mine.

Lignite: A brownish-black coal of low rank containing 30% to 40% moisture and volatile matter. Used almost exclusively for electric power generation.

Wood (Report for 'Dry' method): Wood and wood energy used as fuel, including round wood (cord wood), lignin, wood scraps from furniture and window frame manufacturing, wood chips, bark, sawdust, forest residues, charcoal and pulp waste.

Petroleum coke: (often abbreviated petcoke) is a barbonaceous solid derived from oil refinery coker units or other cracking processes. Other coke has traditionally been derived from coal.

Agriculture biomass: includes animal manure, cellulosic crop residue, fruit and vegetable culls and food-processing effluent. Potential energy crops include high-yielding, high-carbohydrate crops such as switchgrass and vegetable-oil crops such as canola and sunflower, and hydrocarbon plants such as milkweed and gumweed.

Other biomass: (food processing) can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as cheese whey, canning factory residues, fruit pits, apple pomice and coffee grounds.

Other biomass: (type unknown) any other type of biomass not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Municipal and other waste: can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as paper, cardboard, rubber, leather, natural textiles, wood, brush, grass clippings, kitchen wastes and sewage sludge.

Bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Sub-bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Lignite

Wood
e.g., bark, hog-fuel

Petroleum coke

Agriculture biomass

Other biomass
e.g., biomass from food processing

Other biomass - type unknown

Municipal and other waste

Other
Specify other solid fuel used to generate electricity:

18. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Liquids were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Liquid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Biodiesel: refers to a non-petroleum-based diesel fuel consisting of short chain alkyl (methyl or ethyl) esters, made by transesterification of vegetable oil or animal fat (tallow), which can be used (alone, or blended with conventional petrodiesel) in unmodified diesel-engine vehicles.

Ethanol: (ethanol fuel) the same type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. It can be used as a fuel, mainly as a biofuel alternative to gasoline. It can be made from very common crops such as sugar cane and corn, it is an increasingly common alternative to gasoline in some parts of the world.

Other biofuel: any other type of biofuel not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Light fuel oil (LFO): all distillate type fuels for power burners, fuel oil no.1, fuel oil no.2 (heating oil no.2), fuel oil no.3 (heating oil no.3), furnace fuel oil, gas oils and light industrial fuel.

Heavy fuel oil (HFO): all grades of residual type fuels including low sulphur. Usually used for steam and electric power generation and diesel motors. Includes fuel oil nos. 4, 5 and 6. (Canadian/Foreign) - it is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported Heavy Fuel Oil as each carries a different energy content, and is used to validate the integrity of Canada's Energy Balances.

Propane: is a three-carbon alkane, normally a gas, but compressible to a transportable liquid. It is derived from other petroleum products during oil or natural gas processing. It is commonly used as a fuel for engines, barbeques and home heating systems.

Diesel: all grades of distillate fuel used for diesel engines including low sulphur content (lower than 0.05%). Does not include diesel used for transportation off the plant site.

Spent pulping liquor: A by-product in the paper making process, containing carbohydrate and lignin decomposition products. Also known as black liquor.

Orimulsion: is a registered trademark name for a bitumen-based fuel that was developed for industrial use. Bitumen is a mixture of organic liquids that are highly viscous, black, sticky and entirely soluble in carbon disulfide and composed primarily of highly condensed polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Currently orimulsion is used as a commercial boiler fuel in power plants worldwide.

Biodiesel

Ethanol

Other biofuel

Light fuel oil

Heavy fuel oil

  • Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies
  • Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries

Propane

Diesel

Orimulsion

Spent pulping liquor

Other
Specify other liquid fuel used to generate electricity:

19. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Gaseous fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Gaseous Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Waste gasification: the process of waste gasification involves converting the organic material within the waste into synthetic natural gas (syngas), which is a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas. The syngas is used to produce electricity in the same way that natural gas is combusted for energy production-in combined-cycle mode.

Gasification: uses high temperatures in the presence of oxygen to convert solid biomass into gas (known as producer gas) to fuel a turbine to generate electricity.

Natural gas: a mixture of hydrocarbons (principally methane) and small quantities of various hydrocarbons existing in the gaseous phase or in solution with crude oil in underground reservoirs.

Coke oven gas: is obtained as a by-product of the manufacture of coke oven coke for the production of iron and steel.

Methane: is a chemical compound with the molecular formula CH4. It is the simplest alkane, and the principal component of natural gas. Burning methane in the presence of oxygen produces carbon dioxide and water.

Refinery fuel gas: a gaseous mixture of methane, light hydrocarbons, hydrogen, and other miscellaneous species (nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, etc.) that is produced in the refining of crude oil and/or petrochemical processes and that is separated for use as a fuel in boilers and process heaters throughout the refinery.

Natural gas

Coke oven gas

Methane (land fill)

Refined fuel gas

Other
Specify other gaseous fuel used to generate electricity:

20. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity.

What Other fuels used to generate electricity were used to generate this electricity?

If you are reporting for electricity generated using Waste heat, do not complete boiler efficiency, average heat content, quantity, or total cost.

Other Fuel types used to generate electricity

Steam from waste heat: The amount of electricity generated when waste heat is recaptured to run a steam generator.

Other
Specify other type of fuel used to generate electricity:

Fuel used by generation method — Combustion engine

21. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid fuels
e.g., coal, wood, municipal waste, biomass

Liquids
e.g., bio-fuels, diesel, propane, heavy & light fuel oil

Gaseous
e.g., natural gas, coke oven gas, methane, refined fuel gas

Other fuels used to generate electricity
e.g., waste heat

Fuel selection breakdown — Combustion engine

22. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Solid fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Bituminous coal: A dense, black coal, often with well-defined bands of bright and dull material with a moisture content usually less than 20%. Used primarily for generating electricity, making coke and space heating.

Sub-bituminous coal: A black coal used primarily for thermal generation, with moisture content between 15% and 30%. (Canadian/Foreign) - It is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported sub-bituminous as each carries a different content, depending on the location of the coal mine.

Lignite: A brownish-black coal of low rank containing 30% to 40% moisture and volatile matter. Used almost exclusively for electric power generation.

Wood (Report for 'Dry' method): Wood and wood energy used as fuel, including round wood (cord wood), lignin, wood scraps from furniture and window frame manufacturing, wood chips, bark, sawdust, forest residues, charcoal and pulp waste.

Petroleum coke: (often abbreviated petcoke) is a barbonaceous solid derived from oil refinery coker units or other cracking processes. Other coke has traditionally been derived from coal.

Agriculture biomass: includes animal manure, cellulosic crop residue, fruit and vegetable culls and food-processing effluent. Potential energy crops include high-yielding, high-carbohydrate crops such as switchgrass and vegetable-oil crops such as canola and sunflower, and hydrocarbon plants such as milkweed and gumweed.

Other biomass: (food processing) can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as cheese whey, canning factory residues, fruit pits, apple pomice and coffee grounds.

Other biomass: (type unknown) any other type of biomass not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Municipal and other waste: can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as paper, cardboard, rubber, leather, natural textiles, wood, brush, grass clippings, kitchen wastes and sewage sludge.

Bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Sub-bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Lignite

Wood
e.g., bark, hog-fuel

Petroleum coke

Agriculture biomass

Other biomass
e.g., biomass from food processing

Other biomass - type unknown

Municipal and other waste

Other
Specify other solid fuel used to generate electricity:

23. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Liquids were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Liquid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Biodiesel: refers to a non-petroleum-based diesel fuel consisting of short chain alkyl (methyl or ethyl) esters, made by transesterification of vegetable oil or animal fat (tallow), which can be used (alone, or blended with conventional petrodiesel) in unmodified diesel-engine vehicles.

Ethanol: (ethanol fuel) the same type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. It can be used as a fuel, mainly as a biofuel alternative to gasoline. It can be made from very common crops such as sugar cane and corn, it is an increasingly common alternative to gasoline in some parts of the world.

Other biofuel: any other type of biofuel not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Light fuel oil (LFO): all distillate type fuels for power burners, fuel oil no.1, fuel oil no.2 (heating oil no.2), fuel oil no.3 (heating oil no.3), furnace fuel oil, gas oils and light industrial fuel.

Heavy fuel oil (HFO): all grades of residual type fuels including low sulphur. Usually used for steam and electric power generation and diesel motors. Includes fuel oil nos. 4, 5 and 6. (Canadian/Foreign) - it is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported Heavy Fuel Oil as each carries a different energy content, and is used to validate the integrity of Canada's Energy Balances.

Propane: is a three-carbon alkane, normally a gas, but compressible to a transportable liquid. It is derived from other petroleum products during oil or natural gas processing. It is commonly used as a fuel for engines, barbeques and home heating systems.

Diesel: all grades of distillate fuel used for diesel engines including low sulphur content (lower than 0.05%). Does not include diesel used for transportation off the plant site.

Spent pulping liquor: A by-product in the paper making process, containing carbohydrate and lignin decomposition products. Also known as black liquor.

Orimulsion: is a registered trademark name for a bitumen-based fuel that was developed for industrial use. Bitumen is a mixture of organic liquids that are highly viscous, black, sticky and entirely soluble in carbon disulfide and composed primarily of highly condensed polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Currently orimulsion is used as a commercial boiler fuel in power plants worldwide.

Biodiesel

Ethanol

Other biofuel

Light fuel oil

Heavy fuel oil

  • Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies
  • Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries

Propane

Diesel

Orimulsion

Spent pulping liquor

Other
Specify other liquid fuel used to generate electricity:

24. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Gaseous fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Gaseous Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Waste gasification: the process of waste gasification involves converting the organic material within the waste into synthetic natural gas (syngas), which is a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas. The syngas is used to produce electricity in the same way that natural gas is combusted for energy production-in combined-cycle mode.

Gasification: uses high temperatures in the presence of oxygen to convert solid biomass into gas (known as producer gas) to fuel a turbine to generate electricity.

Natural gas: a mixture of hydrocarbons (principally methane) and small quantities of various hydrocarbons existing in the gaseous phase or in solution with crude oil in underground reservoirs.

Coke oven gas: is obtained as a by-product of the manufacture of coke oven coke for the production of iron and steel.

Methane: is a chemical compound with the molecular formula CH4. It is the simplest alkane, and the principal component of natural gas. Burning methane in the presence of oxygen produces carbon dioxide and water.

Refinery fuel gas: a gaseous mixture of methane, light hydrocarbons, hydrogen, and other miscellaneous species (nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, etc.) that is produced in the refining of crude oil and/or petrochemical processes and that is separated for use as a fuel in boilers and process heaters throughout the refinery.

Natural gas

Coke oven gas

Methane (land fill)

Refined fuel gas

Other
Specify other gaseous fuel used to generate electricity:

25. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity.

What Other fuels used to generate electricity were used to generate this electricity?

If you are reporting for electricity generated using Waste heat, do not complete boiler efficiency, average heat content, quantity, or total cost.

Other Fuel types used to generate electricity

Steam from waste heat: The amount of electricity generated when waste heat is recaptured to run a steam generator.

Other

Specify other type of fuel used to generate electricity:

Fuel used by generation method — Combustion turbine

26. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid fuels
e.g., coal, wood, municipal waste, biomass

Liquids
e.g., bio-fuels, diesel, propane, heavy & light fuel oil

Gaseous
e.g., natural gas, coke oven gas, methane, refined fuel gas

Other fuels used to generate electricity
e.g., waste heat

Fuel selection breakdown — Combustion turbine

27. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Solid fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Bituminous coal: A dense, black coal, often with well-defined bands of bright and dull material with a moisture content usually less than 20%. Used primarily for generating electricity, making coke and space heating.

Sub-bituminous coal: A black coal used primarily for thermal generation, with moisture content between 15% and 30%. (Canadian/Foreign) - It is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported sub-bituminous as each carries a different content, depending on the location of the coal mine.

Lignite: A brownish-black coal of low rank containing 30% to 40% moisture and volatile matter. Used almost exclusively for electric power generation.

Wood (Report for 'Dry' method): Wood and wood energy used as fuel, including round wood (cord wood), lignin, wood scraps from furniture and window frame manufacturing, wood chips, bark, sawdust, forest residues, charcoal and pulp waste.

Petroleum coke: (often abbreviated petcoke) is a barbonaceous solid derived from oil refinery coker units or other cracking processes. Other coke has traditionally been derived from coal.

Agriculture biomass: includes animal manure, cellulosic crop residue, fruit and vegetable culls and food-processing effluent. Potential energy crops include high-yielding, high-carbohydrate crops such as switchgrass and vegetable-oil crops such as canola and sunflower, and hydrocarbon plants such as milkweed and gumweed.

Other biomass: (food processing) can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as cheese whey, canning factory residues, fruit pits, apple pomice and coffee grounds.

Other biomass: (type unknown) any other type of biomass not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Municipal and other waste: can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as paper, cardboard, rubber, leather, natural textiles, wood, brush, grass clippings, kitchen wastes and sewage sludge.

Bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Sub-bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Lignite

Wood
e.g., bark, hog-fuel

Petroleum coke

Agriculture biomass

Other biomass
e.g., biomass from food processing

Other biomass - type unknown

Municipal and other waste

Other

Specify other solid fuel used to generate electricity:

28. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Liquids were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Liquid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Biodiesel: refers to a non-petroleum-based diesel fuel consisting of short chain alkyl (methyl or ethyl) esters, made by transesterification of vegetable oil or animal fat (tallow), which can be used (alone, or blended with conventional petrodiesel) in unmodified diesel-engine vehicles.

Ethanol: (ethanol fuel) the same type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. It can be used as a fuel, mainly as a biofuel alternative to gasoline. It can be made from very common crops such as sugar cane and corn, it is an increasingly common alternative to gasoline in some parts of the world.

Other biofuel: any other type of biofuel not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Light fuel oil (LFO): all distillate type fuels for power burners, fuel oil no.1, fuel oil no.2 (heating oil no.2), fuel oil no.3 (heating oil no.3), furnace fuel oil, gas oils and light industrial fuel.

Heavy fuel oil (HFO): all grades of residual type fuels including low sulphur. Usually used for steam and electric power generation and diesel motors. Includes fuel oil nos. 4, 5 and 6. (Canadian/Foreign) - it is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported Heavy Fuel Oil as each carries a different energy content, and is used to validate the integrity of Canada's Energy Balances.

Propane: is a three-carbon alkane, normally a gas, but compressible to a transportable liquid. It is derived from other petroleum products during oil or natural gas processing. It is commonly used as a fuel for engines, barbeques and home heating systems.

Diesel: all grades of distillate fuel used for diesel engines including low sulphur content (lower than 0.05%). Does not include diesel used for transportation off the plant site.

Spent pulping liquor: A by-product in the paper making process, containing carbohydrate and lignin decomposition products. Also known as black liquor.

Orimulsion: is a registered trademark name for a bitumen-based fuel that was developed for industrial use. Bitumen is a mixture of organic liquids that are highly viscous, black, sticky and entirely soluble in carbon disulfide and composed primarily of highly condensed polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Currently orimulsion is used as a commercial boiler fuel in power plants worldwide.

Biodiesel

Ethanol

Other biofuel

Light fuel oil

Heavy fuel oil

  • Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies
  • Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries

Propane

Diesel

Orimulsion

Spent pulping liquor

Other
Specify other liquid fuel used to generate electricity:

29. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Gaseous fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Gaseous Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Waste gasification: the process of waste gasification involves converting the organic material within the waste into synthetic natural gas (syngas), which is a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas. The syngas is used to produce electricity in the same way that natural gas is combusted for energy production-in combined-cycle mode.

Gasification: uses high temperatures in the presence of oxygen to convert solid biomass into gas (known as producer gas) to fuel a turbine to generate electricity.

Natural gas: a mixture of hydrocarbons (principally methane) and small quantities of various hydrocarbons existing in the gaseous phase or in solution with crude oil in underground reservoirs./

Coke oven gas: is obtained as a by-product of the manufacture of coke oven coke for the production of iron and steel.

Methane: is a chemical compound with the molecular formula CH4. It is the simplest alkane, and the principal component of natural gas. Burning methane in the presence of oxygen produces carbon dioxide and water.

Refinery fuel gas: a gaseous mixture of methane, light hydrocarbons, hydrogen, and other miscellaneous species (nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, etc.) that is produced in the refining of crude oil and/or petrochemical processes and that is separated for use as a fuel in boilers and process heaters throughout the refinery.

Natural gas

Coke oven gas

Methane (land fill)

Refined fuel gas

Other

Specify other gaseous fuel used to generate electricity:

30. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity.

What Other fuels used to generate electricity were used to generate this electricity?

If you are reporting for electricity generated using Waste heat, do not complete boiler efficiency, average heat content, quantity, or total cost.

Other Fuel types used to generate electricity

Steam from waste heat: The amount of electricity generated when waste heat is recaptured to run a steam generator.

Other

Specify other type of fuel used to generate electricity:

Fuel used by generation method — Other sub-type

31. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity.

Which types of fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid fuels
e.g., coal, wood, municipal waste, biomass

Liquids
e.g., bio-fuels, diesel, propane, heavy & light fuel oil

Gaseous
e.g., natural gas, coke oven gas, methane, refined fuel gas

Other fuels used to generate electricity
e.g., waste heat

Fuel selection breakdown — Other sub-type

32. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Solid fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Solid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Bituminous coal: A dense, black coal, often with well-defined bands of bright and dull material with a moisture content usually less than 20%. Used primarily for generating electricity, making coke and space heating.

Sub-bituminous coal: A black coal used primarily for thermal generation, with moisture content between 15% and 30%. (Canadian/Foreign) - It is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported sub-bituminous as each carries a different content, depending on the location of the coal mine.

Lignite: A brownish-black coal of low rank containing 30% to 40% moisture and volatile matter. Used almost exclusively for electric power generation.

Wood (Report for 'Dry' method): Wood and wood energy used as fuel, including round wood (cord wood), lignin, wood scraps from furniture and window frame manufacturing, wood chips, bark, sawdust, forest residues, charcoal and pulp waste.

Petroleum coke: (often abbreviated petcoke) is a barbonaceous solid derived from oil refinery coker units or other cracking processes. Other coke has traditionally been derived from coal.

Agriculture biomass: includes animal manure, cellulosic crop residue, fruit and vegetable culls and food-processing effluent. Potential energy crops include high-yielding, high-carbohydrate crops such as switchgrass and vegetable-oil crops such as canola and sunflower, and hydrocarbon plants such as milkweed and gumweed.

Other biomass: (food processing) can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as cheese whey, canning factory residues, fruit pits, apple pomice and coffee grounds.

Other biomass: (type unknown) any other type of biomass not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Municipal and other waste: can include residues that are produced during the processing of a product, such as paper, cardboard, rubber, leather, natural textiles, wood, brush, grass clippings, kitchen wastes and sewage sludge.

Bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Sub-bituminous coal

  • Purchased from Canadian companies
  • Imported from foreign countries

Lignite

Wood
e.g., bark, hog-fuel

Petroleum coke

Agriculture biomass

Other biomass
e.g., biomass from food processing

Other biomass - type unknown

Municipal and other waste

Other
Specify other solid fuel used to generate electricity:

33. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Liquid fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Liquid Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Biodiesel: refers to a non-petroleum-based diesel fuel consisting of short chain alkyl (methyl or ethyl) esters, made by transesterification of vegetable oil or animal fat (tallow), which can be used (alone, or blended with conventional petrodiesel) in unmodified diesel-engine vehicles.

Ethanol: (ethanol fuel) the same type of alcohol found in alcoholic beverages. It can be used as a fuel, mainly as a biofuel alternative to gasoline. It can be made from very common crops such as sugar cane and corn, it is an increasingly common alternative to gasoline in some parts of the world.

Other biofuel: any other type of biofuel not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Light fuel oil (LFO): all distillate type fuels for power burners, fuel oil no.1, fuel oil no.2 (heating oil no.2), fuel oil no.3 (heating oil no.3), furnace fuel oil, gas oils and light industrial fuel.

Heavy fuel oil (HFO): all grades of residual type fuels including low sulphur. Usually used for steam and electric power generation and diesel motors. Includes fuel oil nos. 4, 5 and 6. (Canadian/Foreign) - it is important to distinguish between Canadian versus imported Heavy Fuel Oil as each carries a different energy content, and is used to validate the integrity of Canada's Energy Balances.

Propane: is a three-carbon alkane, normally a gas, but compressible to a transportable liquid. It is derived from other petroleum products during oil or natural gas processing. It is commonly used as a fuel for engines, barbeques and home heating systems.

Diesel: all grades of distillate fuel used for diesel engines including low sulphur content (lower than 0.05%). Does not include diesel used for transportation off the plant site.

Spent pulping liquor: A by-product in the paper making process, containing carbohydrate and lignin decomposition products. Also known as black liquor.

Orimulsion: is a registered trademark name for a bitumen-based fuel that was developed for industrial use. Bitumen is a mixture of organic liquids that are highly viscous, black, sticky and entirely soluble in carbon disulfide and composed primarily of highly condensed polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Currently orimulsion is used as a commercial boiler fuel in power plants worldwide.

Biodiesel

Ethanol

Other biofuel

Light fuel oil

Heavy fuel oil

  • Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies,
  • Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries

Propane

Diesel

Orimulsion

Spent pulping liquor

Other
Specify other liquid fuel used to generate electricity:

34. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity.

Which types of Gaseous fuels were used to generate this electricity?

Select all that apply.

Gaseous Fuel types used to generate electricity

Any energy form consumed not otherwise identified on the questionnaire. Specify in the spaces provided.

Waste gasification: the process of waste gasification involves converting the organic material within the waste into synthetic natural gas (syngas), which is a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas. The syngas is used to produce electricity in the same way that natural gas is combusted for energy production-in combined-cycle mode.

Gasification: uses high temperatures in the presence of oxygen to convert solid biomass into gas (known as producer gas) to fuel a turbine to generate electricity.

Natural gas: a mixture of hydrocarbons (principally methane) and small quantities of various hydrocarbons existing in the gaseous phase or in solution with crude oil in underground reservoirs.

Coke oven gas: is obtained as a by-product of the manufacture of coke oven coke for the production of iron and steel.

Methane: is a chemical compound with the molecular formula CH4. It is the simplest alkane, and the principal component of natural gas. Burning methane in the presence of oxygen produces carbon dioxide and water.

Refinery fuel gas: a gaseous mixture of methane, light hydrocarbons, hydrogen, and other miscellaneous species (nitrogen, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide, etc.) that is produced in the refining of crude oil and/or petrochemical processes and that is separated for use as a fuel in boilers and process heaters throughout the refinery.

Natural gas

Coke oven gas

Methane (land fill)

Refined fuel gas

Other
Specify other gaseous fuel used to generate electricity:

35. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity.

What Other fuels were used to generate this electricity?

If you are reporting for electricity generated using Waste heat, do not complete boiler efficiency, average heat content, quantity, or total cost.

Other Fuel types used to generate electricity

Steam from waste heat: The amount of electricity generated when waste heat is recaptured to run a steam generator.

Other

Specify other type of fuel used to generate electricity:

Questions for selected fuel types — Combined cycle

36. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What percentage was the efficiency of the boiler?

Heat output (kJ)/Total Energy Content of the Fuel (kJ).

The proportion of useful heat produced to the total potential energy available by burning the fuel.

  Percentage (%)
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

37. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the average heat content?

  • Solid fuels: report in kJ/kg
  • Liquids fuels: report in kJ/L
  • Gaseous fuels: report in kJ/m3
  • Other fuels: report in kJ/kg
  Average heat content
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

38. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the quantity used and the total cost?

  Unit of Measure Quantity used CAN$ '000
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
e. Lignite    
f. Wood    
g. Petroleum coke    
h. Agriculture biomass    
i. Other biomass    
j. Other biomass — type unknown    
k. Municipal and other waste    
l. [Other solid fuel]    
m. Biodiesel    
n. Ethanol    
o. Other biofuel    
p. Light fuel oil    
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies    
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries    
s. Propane    
t. Diesel    
u. Orimulsion    
v. Spent pulping liquor    
w. [Other liquid fuel]    
x. Natural gas    
y. Coke oven gas    
z. Methane (land fill)    
aa. Refined fuel gas    
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]    
ac. [Other type of fuel]    

39. This business indicated that Combined cycle was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:
What was the volume of electricity generated in megawatt-hours (MWh)?

  Volume in
MWh
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

40. For Combined cycle, the total net generation of electricity is:

  Volume in
MWh
Total net generation of electricity using Combined cycle  

Questions for selected fuel types — Steam turbine

41. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What percentage was the efficiency of the boiler?

Heat output (kJ)/Total Energy Content of the Fuel (kJ).

The proportion of useful heat produced to the total potential energy available by burning the fuel.

  Percentage (%)
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

42. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the average heat content?

  • Solid fuels: report in kJ/kg
  • Liquids fuels: report in kJ/L
  • Gaseous fuels: report in kJ/m3
  • Other fuels: report in kJ/kg
  Average heat content
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

43. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the quantity used and the total cost?

  Unit of Measure Quantity used CAN$ '000
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
e. Lignite    
f. Wood    
g. Petroleum coke    
h. Agriculture biomass    
i. Other biomass    
j. Other biomass - type unknown    
k. Municipal and other waste    
l. [Other solid fuel]    
m. Biodiesel    
n. Ethanol    
o. Other biofuel    
p. Light fuel oil    
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies    
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries    
s. Propane    
t. Diesel    
u. Orimulsion    
v. Spent pulping liquor    
w. [Other liquid fuel]    
x. Natural gas    
y. Coke oven gas    
z. Methane (land fill)    
aa. Refined fuel gas    
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]    
ac. [Other type of fuel]    

44. This business indicated that Steam turbine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the volume of electricity generated in megawatt-hours (MWh)?

  Volume in
MWh
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

45. For Steam turbine, the total net generation of electricity is:

  Volume in
MWh
Total net generation of electricity using Steam turbine  

Questions for selected fuel types — Combustion engine

46. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What percentage was the efficiency of the boiler?

Heat output (kJ)/Total Energy Content of the Fuel (kJ).

The proportion of useful heat produced to the total potential energy available by burning the fuel.

  Percentage (%)
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

47. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the average heat content?

  • Solid fuels: report in kJ/kg
  • Liquids fuels: report in kJ/L
  • Gaseous fuels: report in kJ/m3
  • Other fuels: report in kJ/kg
  Average heat content
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

48. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the quantity used and the total cost?

  Unit of Measure Quantity used CAN$ '000
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
e. Lignite    
f. Wood    
g. Petroleum coke    
h. Agriculture biomass    
i. Other biomass    
j. Other biomass — type unknown    
k. Municipal and other waste    
l. [Other solid fuel]    
m. Biodiesel    
n. Ethanol    
o. Other biofuel    
p. Light fuel oil    
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies    
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries    
s. Propane    
t. Diesel    
u. Orimulsion    
v. Spent pulping liquor    
w. [Other liquid fuel]    
x. Natural gas    
y. Coke oven gas    
z. Methane (land fill)    
aa. Refined fuel gas    
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]    
ac. [Other type of fuel]    

49. This business indicated that Combustion engine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the volume of electricity generated in megawatt-hours (MWh)?

  Volume in
MWh
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

50. For Combustion engine, the total net generation of electricity is:

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  Volume in
MWh
Total net generation of electricity using Combustion engine  

Questions for selected fuel types — Combustion turbine

51. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What percentage was the efficiency of the boiler?

Heat output (kJ)/Total Energy Content of the Fuel (kJ).

The proportion of useful heat produced to the total potential energy available by burning the fuel.

  Percentage (%)
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

52. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the average heat content?

  • Solid fuels: report in kJ/kg
  • Liquids fuels: report in kJ/L
  • Gaseous fuels: report in kJ/m3
  • Other fuels: report in kJ/kg
  Average heat content
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

53. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the quantity used and the total cost?

  Unit of Measure Quantity used CAN$ '000
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
e. Lignite    
f. Wood    
g. Petroleum coke    
h. Agriculture biomass    
i. Other biomass    
j. Other biomass — type unknown    
k. Municipal and other waste    
l. [Other solid fuel]    
m. Biodiesel    
n. Ethanol    
o. Other biofuel    
p. Light fuel oil    
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies    
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries    
s. Propane    
t. Diesel    
u. Orimulsion    
v. Spent pulping liquor    
w. [Other liquid fuel]    
x. Natural gas    
y. Coke oven gas    
z. Methane (land fill)    
aa. Refined fuel gas    
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]    
ac. [Other type of fuel]    

54. This business indicated that Combustion turbine was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the volume of electricity generated in megawatt-hours (MWh)?

  Volume in
MWh
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

55. For Combustion turbine, the total net generation of electricity is:

  Volume in
MWh
Total net generation of electricity using Combustion turbine  

Questions for selected fuel types — Other sub-type

56. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What percentage was the efficiency of the boiler?

Heat output (kJ)/Total Energy Content of the Fuel (kJ).

The proportion of useful heat produced to the total potential energy available by burning the fuel.

  Percentage (%)
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

57. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the average heat content?

  • Solid fuels: report in kJ/kg
  • Liquids fuels: report in kJ/L
  • Gaseous fuels: report in kJ/m3
  • Other fuels: report in kJ/kg
  Average heat content
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

58. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the quantity used and the total cost?

  Unit of measure Quantity used CAN$ '000
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies    
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries    
e. Lignite    
f. Wood    
g. Petroleum coke    
h. Agriculture biomass    
i. Other biomass    
j. Other biomass - type unknown    
k. Municipal and other waste    
l. [Other solid fuel]    
m. Biodiesel    
n. Ethanol    
o. Other biofuel    
p. Light fuel oil    
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies    
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries    
s. Propane    
t. Diesel    
u. Orimulsion    
v. Spent pulping liquor    
w. [Other liquid fuel]    
x. Natural gas    
y. Coke oven gas    
z. Methane (land fill)    
aa. Refined fuel gas    
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]    
ac. [Other type of fuel]    

59. This business indicated that [other sub-type method] was used to generate electricity. Please answer the following for the selected fuel types:

What was the volume of electricity generated in megawatt-hours (MWh)?

  Volume in
MWh
a. Bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
b. Bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
c. Sub-bituminous coal purchased from Canadian companies  
d. Sub-bituminous coal imported from foreign countries  
e. Lignite  
f. Wood  
g. Petroleum coke  
h. Agriculture biomass  
i. Other biomass  
j. Other biomass - type unknown  
k. Municipal and other waste  
l. [Other solid fuel]  
m. Biodiesel  
n. Ethanol  
o. Other biofuel  
p. Light fuel oil  
q. Heavy fuel oil purchased from Canadian companies  
r. Heavy fuel oil imported from foreign countries  
s. Propane  
t. Diesel  
u. Orimulsion  
v. Spent pulping liquor  
w. [Other liquid fuel]  
x. Natural gas  
y. Coke oven gas  
z. Methane (land fill)  
aa. Refined fuel gas  
ab. [Other gaseous fuel]  
ac. [Other type of fuel]  

60. For [other sub-type method] , the total net generation of electricity is:

  Volume in
MWh
Total net generation of electricity using [other sub-type method]  

Useful thermal energy — Combined cycle

61. This business indicated that it uses Combined cycle cogeneration process.

What was the useful thermal energy produced from this business for internal use and sale?

Cogeneration: A highly efficient means of generating heat and electric power at the same time from the same energy source. Cogeneration makes use of the excess heat, usually in the form of relatively low-temperature steam exhausted from the power generation turbines towards another purpose.

Useful thermal energy produced: The amount of energy in the form of heat that is produced as a by-product of the generation of electricity and that is used for another application in a productive manner e.g., the heating of industrial, commercial or residential space; steam used in an industrial process; etc.)

Internal use (volume in GJ):

Sale (volume in GJ):

Useful thermal energy — Steam turbine

62. This business indicated that it uses Steam turbine cogeneration process.

What was the useful thermal energy produced from this business for internal use and sale?

Cogeneration: A highly efficient means of generating heat and electric power at the same time from the same energy source. Cogeneration makes use of the excess heat, usually in the form of relatively low-temperature steam exhausted from the power generation turbines towards another purpose.

Useful thermal energy produced: The amount of energy in the form of heat that is produced as a by-product of the generation of electricity and that is used for another application in a productive manner e.g., the heating of industrial, commercial or residential space; steam used in an industrial process; etc.)

Internal use (volume in GJ):

Sale (volume in GJ):

Useful thermal energy — Combustion engine

63. This business indicated that it uses Combustion engine cogeneration process.

What was the useful thermal energy produced from this business for internal use and sale?

Cogeneration: A highly efficient means of generating heat and electric power at the same time from the same energy source. Cogeneration makes use of the excess heat, usually in the form of relatively low-temperature steam exhausted from the power generation turbines towards another purpose.

Useful thermal energy produced: The amount of energy in the form of heat that is produced as a by-product of the generation of electricity and that is used for another application in a productive manner e.g., the heating of industrial, commercial or residential space; steam used in an industrial process; etc.)

Internal use (volume in GJ):

Sale (volume in GJ):

Useful thermal energy — Combustion turbine

64. This business indicated that it uses Combustion turbine cogeneration process.

What was the useful thermal energy produced from this business for internal use and sale?

Cogeneration: A highly efficient means of generating heat and electric power at the same time from the same energy source. Cogeneration makes use of the excess heat, usually in the form of relatively low-temperature steam exhausted from the power generation turbines towards another purpose.

Useful thermal energy produced: The amount of energy in the form of heat that is produced as a by-product of the generation of electricity and that is used for another application in a productive manner e.g., the heating of industrial, commercial or residential space; steam used in an industrial process; etc.)

Internal use (volume in GJ):

Sale (volume in GJ):

Useful thermal energy — Other sub-type

65. This business indicated that it uses [other sub-type method] cogeneration process.

What was the useful thermal energy produced from this business for internal use and sale?

Cogeneration: A highly efficient means of generating heat and electric power at the same time from the same energy source. Cogeneration makes use of the excess heat, usually in the form of relatively low-temperature steam exhausted from the power generation turbines towards another purpose.

Useful thermal energy produced: The amount of energy in the form of heat that is produced as a by-product of the generation of electricity and that is used for another application in a productive manner e.g., the heating of industrial, commercial or residential space; steam used in an industrial process; etc.)

Internal use (volume in GJ):

Sale (volume in GJ):

Uranium

66. What was the average heat content in gigajoules per metric tonne (Gj/MT) of Uranium?

Nuclear: is any nuclear technology designed to extract usable energy from atomic nuclei via controlled nuclear reactions. The most common method today is through nuclear fission, though other methods include nuclear fusion and radioactive decay.

Gigajoules per metric tonne (Gj/MT):

67. What quantity of Uranium was used and the total cost?

Nuclear: is any nuclear technology designed to extract usable energy from atomic nuclei via controlled nuclear reactions. The most common method today is through nuclear fission, though other methods include nuclear fusion and radioactive decay.

Unit of Measure:

  • 100 cubic feet (Ccf)
  • 33-pound cylinder
  • Barrel
  • Cubic Foot
  • Cubic Metre
  • Gallon: Imperial Gallon
  • Gallon: U.S. Gallon
  • Gigajoule
  • Kilogram
  • Kilolitre
  • kWh
  • Litre
  • Long ton
  • MWh
  • Metric Tonne
  • Mmbtu
  • Pound
  • Short ton
  • ('000) Cubic Metres

Quantity:

Total cost:

68. What was the total net volume of electricity generated in megawatt-hours (MWh)?

Nuclear: is any nuclear technology designed to extract usable energy from atomic nuclei via controlled nuclear reactions. The most common method today is through nuclear fission, though other methods include nuclear fusion and radioactive decay.

MWh:

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