Energy forecasts through 2010: the effect of efficiency improvements in the transportation sector
Assistant Administrator for Applied Analysis, Office of Integrative Analysis, Long-Term Analysis Division, 1981 - Transportation - 23 pages
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0.6 Total Fuel analysis assumed to increase automobile fuel Aviation 0.1 barrels per day base case results calculated as units cost demand for liquids demand for transportation Domestic Marine efficiency change Electricity 0.0 energy forecasts Enhanced Oil Recovery Fleet Efficiency freight modes Freight Services Heavy Freight—Low high world oil Improvement Case Middle input level of services light truck efficiency Middle World Oil miles per gallon million barrels moderate efficiency improvements natural gas oil price assumptions passenger aircraft Passenger Services Automobile passenger-miles percent lower percent yearly price of world projected quadrillion Btu rail freight Rail Low Rail Transit rates of efficiency scenarios service per quadrillion Services Heavy Truck synthetic liquids Table technical improvement Technological Improvement transport modes transportation demand Transportation Energy Demand transportation fuel demand transportation sector trillion TM trillion trillion trillion units of service Use—Freight Modes 4.1 vehicle-miles traveled vehicles world oil price