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World Primary Energy Production by Source, 1970–2007

Year Coal Natural Gas1 Crude Oil2 Natural Gas Plant Liquids Nuclear Electric Power3 Hydroelectric Power3 Geothermal3 and Other4
1970 62.96 37.09 97.09 3.61 0.90 12.15 1.59
1975 66.20 45.67 113.08 4.12 3.85 15.03 1.74
1980 71.24 54.73 128.04 5.10 7.58 17.90 2.94
1985 82.20 64.22 115.37 5.83 15.30 20.42 3.78
1990 90.93 75.87 129.35 6.87 20.36 22.35 3.93
1995 88.87 80.24 133.32 8.55 23.26 25.34 4.64
2000 91.36 91.34 146.55 9.87 25.66 27.01 5.35
2001 96.89 93.74 145.32 10.32 26.39 26.39 5.25
2002 97.05 96.72 143.11 10.53 26.68 26.44 5.58
2003 104.61 98.93 147.97 11.02 26.45 26.83 5.90
2004 113.30 102.19 154.79 11.48 27.47 27.53 6.33
2005 123.03 103.24 157.63 11.47 27.54 28.91 7.35
2006 127.60 106.65 157.02 11.68 27.76 29.74 7.24
20075 132.73 108.98 156.00 11.89 27.10 29.64 8.80
1. Dry production.
2. Includes lease condensate.
3. Net generation, i.e., gross generation less plant use.
4. Includes net electricity generation from wood, waste, solar, and wind. Data for the United States also include other renewable energy.
5. Preliminary.
Source: Energy Information Administration (EIA), 2007. Web: www.eia.doe.gov .

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