Annual Energy Outlook 2010: With Projections to 2035

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Government Printing Office, Jun 9, 2010 - Science - 227 pages
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Where the Wind Blows Us unites critical practice with a community-based approach to archaeology. Author Natasha Lyons describes an inclusive archaeology that rests on a flexible but rigorous approach to research design and demonstrates a responsible, ethical practice. She traces the rise and application of community archaeologies, develops a wide-ranging set of methods for community practice, and maps out a “localized critical theory” that is suited to the needs of local and descendant communities as they pursue self-defined heritage goals. Localized critical theory aims to decenter the focus on global processes of capitalism in favor of the local processes of community dynamics. Where the Wind Blows Us emphasizes the role of individuals and the relationships they share with communities of the past and present.
 
Lyons offers an extended case study of her work with the Inuvialuit community of the Canadian Western Arctic. She documents the development of this longstanding research relationship and presents both the theoretical and practical products of the work to date. Integrating knowledge drawn from archaeology, ethnography, oral history, and community interviews, Lyons utilizes a multivocal approach that actively listens to Inuvialuit speak about their rich and textured history.
 
The overall significance of this volume lies in outlining a method of practicing archaeology that embraces local ways of knowing with a critically constructed and evolving methodology that is responsive to community needs. It will serve as a handbook to mine for elements of critical practice, a model of community-based archaeology, and a useful set of concepts and examples for classroom study.
 

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Contents

Moderate energy consumption growth and greater use of renewables
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Liquid fuels taxes and tax credits
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model years 20122016
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Renewable portfolio standards in the 30 States with current mandates
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Updated State air emissions regulations IV
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Key analyses from Issues in Focus in recent AEOs
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World oil prices and production trends in AEO2010
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Figures Continued Page 16 Average annual world oil prices in three cases 19802035
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Industrial energy consumption by fuel 2003 2008 and 2035
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Change in delivered energy consumption for industrial subsectors in three cases 20082035
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Average fuel economy of new lightduty vehicles in five cases 19802035
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Sales of unconventional lightduty vehicles by fuel type 2008 2020 and 2035
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Average annual U S retail electricity prices in three cases 19702035
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Electricity generation capacity additions by fuel type 20092035
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Electricity generating capacity at U S nuclear power plants in three cases 2008 2020 and 2035
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Gridconnected coalfired and windpowered generating capacity 20032035
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Trends in U S oil prices energy consumption and economic output 19502035
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Projected changes in indexes of energy efficiency energy intensity and carbon intensity in the AEO2010 Reference case 20082035
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Average annual increases in economic output population and energy consumption indicators in the buildings industrial and transportation sectors 20...
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Issues and incentives
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Delivered energy prices for diesel and natural gas transportation fuels in the Reference case 20002035
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Maximum market potential for natural gas heavyduty vehicles in Base Market and Expanded Market cases
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Sales of new heavyduty natural gas vehicles in Base Market and Expanded Market cases with Reference case world oil prices 20102035
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Annual cost of vehicle and fuel tax credits and net change in annual economywide energy expenditures for the 2027 Phaseout Expanded Market cas...
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Ratio of lowsulfur light crude oil prices to natural gas prices on an energyequivalent basis 19952035 38 27 Ratio of natural gas volume to diesel fuel ...
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Importance of lowpermeability natural gas reservoirs
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Natural gas prices supply and consumption in four cases 2035
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U S nuclear power plants that will reach 60 years of operation by 2035
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Accounting for carbon dioxide emissions from biomass energy combustion
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Carbon dioxide emissions from biomass energy combustion 20082035
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Average annual growth rates of real GDP labor force and productivity in three cases 20082035
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Sectoral composition of industrial output growth rates in three cases 20082035
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Average annual world oil prices in three cases 19802035
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Unconventional resources as a share of total world liquids production in three cases 2008 and 2035
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Primary energy use by enduse sector 20082035
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Residential delivered energy consumption per capita in four cases 19902035
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Energy intensity for selected end uses of electricity in the residential sector in three cases 2008 and 2035
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Commercial delivered energy consumption per capita in four cases 19902035
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Efficiency gains for selected commercial equipment in three cases 2035
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Industrial delivered energy consumption by application 20082035
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Regional growth in nonhydroelectric renewable electricity generation capacity including enduse capacity 20082035
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Annual average lower 48 wellhead prices for natural gas in three technology cases 19902035
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Natural gas production by source 19902035
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Lower 48 onshore natural gas production by region 2008 and 2035
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U S net imports of natural gas by source 19902035
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Liquid fuels consumption by sector 19902035
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Total U S crude oil production in five cases 19902035
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Net import share of U S liquid fuels consumption in three cases 19902035
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U S motor gasoline and diesel fuel consumption 20082035
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U S production of cellulosic ethanol and other new biofuels 20152035
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U S coal production in six cases 2008 2020 and 2035
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Average annual delivered coal prices in four cases 19902035
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Carbon dioxide emissions by sector and fuel 2008 and 2035
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Nitrogen oxide emissions from electricity generation 20002035
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Projections of average annual economic growth rates 20082035
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Projections of energy consumption by sector 20072035
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Comparison of electricity projections 2015 and 2035
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Comparison of natural gas projections 2015 2025 and 2035
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Comparison of liquids projections 2015 2025 and 2035
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Comparison of coal projections 2015 2025 and 2035
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Figures
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U S primary energy consumption 19802035 2
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Natural gas wellhead prices in three cases 20052035 26
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