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1 The Scope of Energy Statistics in Canada International Workshop on Energy Statistics Aguascalientes, Mexico

2 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 2 Legal Framework Statistics Act Mandate of Statistics Canada To collect, compile, analyze, abstract and publish statistical information To collaborate with other government departments To take Censuses of Population and Agriculture To avoid duplication of collection To promote an integrated system of national statistics Authority to conduct both mandatory and voluntary surveys

3 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 3 Current Energy Statistics Program 22 surveys: monthly, quarterly and annual Data gathered directly from energy respondents, or from administrative data sources Types of information collected: Supply data: volumes of production, distribution and imports, by energy type Demand data: volumes of consumption and disposition Financial data Technical information

4 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 4 Energy Statistics Data Sources

5 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 5 Energy Forms Crude oil Natural gas Natural gas liquids Electricity Coal Coke Refined petroleum products Wood and wood waste

6 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 6 Canadian Energy Flow

7 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 7 Analytical Framework: Energy Balances Export Data Total Total Supply Census Survey & Adm. Data Census Survey & Adm. Data Sample & Supply/Di sp. Surveys Total Petajoules

8 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 8 Report on Energy Supply and Demand Environment Canada Greenhouse Gas Inventory Calculations Natural Resources Canada Office of Energy Efficiency Energy Efficiency Handbook Regulations Statistics Canada System of National Accounts Environment Accounts and Statistic Division Department of Finance Federal Provincial Equalization National Energy Board Economic Modelling Provincial Territorial Statistical and Energy Departments International Energy Agency International Reporting Requirements Industry Associations Media, Academia, Researchers and Public Important Users of Data on Energy Supply and Demand

9 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 9 The Changing Energy Sector Growing fears about global warming - New demands for monitoring emissions Search for sustainable development, alternative sources Volatility of energy prices Deregulation of energy markets Impact of major energy projects – on labour, infrastructure, investment Energy infrastructure cost All these changes have: raised the profile & priority of energy data identified new information requirements not met by current program

10 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 10 Gaps Climate change initiatives Emerging renewable energy sources Ethanol, wind, solar, etc. Co-generation of electricity Continental energy links Energy end-use Secondary distribution of energy By oil and gas extraction By contract drilling industries Inventory levels Energy Balances with provincial breakdowns

11 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 11 Other Challenges Managing response burden Ensuring confidentiality Improving timeliness Sustaining program capacity Knowledge, skills, people

12 Statistics Canada Statistique Canada 12 For more information Andy Kohut Director Manufacturing and Energy Division Statistics Canada Section B-8, 11 th Floor, Jean Talon Building Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1A 0T6 Telephone:


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