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Canada - Energy intensity calculated in constant prices of 2010

10,586
(Btu per US dollar)
in 2011

Energy intensity of Canada fell gradually from 15,046.85 btu per US dollar in 1992 to 10,585.61 btu per US dollar in 2011.

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A ratio of energy consumption to another metric, typically national gross domestic product in the case of a country's Energy Intensity. Sector-specific intensities may refer to energy consumption per household, per unit of commercial floorspace, per dollar value industrial shipment, or another metric indicative of a sector. Improvements in Energy Intensity include energy efficiency and conservation as well as structural factors not related to technology or behavior.

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Date Value Change, %
2011 10,586 0.94 %
2010 10,487 -3.67 %
2009 10,886 -0.63 %
2008 10,955 -2.04 %
2007 11,184 -2.23 %
2006 11,440 -3.43 %
2005 11,845 -2.66 %
2004 12,169 -0.55 %
2003 12,237 1.03 %
2002 12,112 -1.14 %
2001 12,252 -3.24 %
2000 12,662