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The Changing Geopolitics of Energy

These seven reports examine the overall trends on global energy. Each report focuses on a key aspect of the changing geopolitics of energy and shows key issues, trends, and developments in a summary narrative and graphic and tabular form.

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The Changing Geopolitics of Energy -- Part VII
US Use of Energy and Energy Imports

Table of Contents
The Geopolitics of US Energy Use and Imports 3
Key Issues Affecting the US 4

US versus World Energy Use: 1990-2020: The Vast Majority of Future Demand Growth is Foreign


US Energy Use of All Kinds Measured Relative to World Use in Millions of Tons of Oil Equivalent: 1990-2020 6


Slow Growth in Demand: The US Energy Profile: 1990-2020


US Energy Use Relative to World Use: 1995-2020


US Domestic Energy Consumption By Type: 1995-2020


US Domestic Energy Production By Type: 1995-2020


US Energy Imports by Type: 1995-2020


Energy Consumption per Dollar of the GDP is Less Than 60% of the Cost in 1973


Fuel Costs Remain Low Relative to Other Consumer Goods: Cost of Gasoline and Heating Oil Relative to US CPI


Total US Energy Consumption and Production Relative to Net Energy Imports: 1973-1996


Total US Energy Consumption and Production Relative to Net Energy Imports: 1995-2020


US Oil Production versus US Oil Consumption: 1990-2020


US Domestic Oil Production is Highly Price Sensitive


US Dependence on Petroleum Imports Has Grown Steadily Since 1985:


The Decline and Rise in Net US Oil Imports: 1973-1997


The Cost of US Energy Imports Has Declined Steadily Relative to Total Imports and Exports


The Cost of US Oil and Energy Imports Has Remained Relatively Constant, Even in Current Dollars


However, US Oil Imports Will Grow Steadily in the Future:


Possible Range of US Dependence on Imported Oil in 2020


US Increase in Dependence on Imported Oil Matches Rest of Industrialized World: 1990-2020


Increase in North American Oil Imports by Regional Supplier: 1995 and 2020: Highest Growth is in Dependence on Gulf and South America


US Net Oil Imports from the Middle East by Exporting Country: 1985-1996


Cumulative US Oil Imports from the Middle East by Individual Exporting Country: 1985-1996


Percentage of Total US Petroleum Imports from the Gulf: 1973-1996


US Net Oil Imports from the Gulf by Individual Gulf Exporting Country: 1985-1996


Who Pollutes? The Comparative Impact of the US on Total World Carbon Emissions 1995- 2015


Who Makes Pollution Grow? The Impact of the US on the Average Annual Increase in Total Carbon Emissions 1995-2020



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Updated: 2016/06/30

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