Canada's Energy Future

Canada's Energy Future

Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2035

Book - 2011
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This report projects energy supply and demand for Canada to the year 2035. It includes a Reference Case, with baseline projections based on the current macroeconomic outlook, a moderate view of energy prices, and government policies and programs in place at the time the report was prepared. It is considered the "most likely" outcome for Canada's energy future, given the underlying assumptions. In addition to the Reference Case, the report considers four sensitivity cases to provide a broader perspective and reflect the uncertainty around energy prices and economic growth. The four sensitivity cases are referred to as the High and Low Cases (for high and low prices) and the Fast and Slow Cases (for fast and slow economic growth). The following chapters discuss the key factors influencing the Reference and sensitivity cases, highlighting key changes in Canadian energy supply and demand trends. The detailed data tables supporting this discussion are available in the Appendices on the NEB website.
Publisher: Calgary, Alta. : National Energy Board, 2011 (Saint-Lazare, Quebec : Canadian Electronic Library, 2012)
Description: 1 electronic text (xi, 64 p.) : charts, digital file
ISBN: 9781100194646
Branch Call Number: 333.7912 Can

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