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AEO2020: Alternative Policies - 50% Carbon-Free Generation by 2050 pdf
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2020
Presented by: Chris Namovicz, Renewable Electricity Analysis
Presented to: Resources for the Future
Washington, DC—March 5, 2020
AEO2020: Alternative Policies - Carbon Fee Cases pdf
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2020
Presented by: Thaddeus Huetteman, Electricity Analysis
Presented to: Resources for the Future
Washington, DC—March 5, 2020
AEO2020: Alternative Renewables Cost Cases pdf
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2020
Presented by: Manussawee Sukunta, Renewables Electricity Team
Presented to: Resources for the Future
Washington, DC—March 5, 2020
AEO2020: Alternative Policies - Varying Residential Solar Photovoltaic Utility Rate Structure pdf
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2020
Presented by: Erin Boedecker, Buildings Energy Consumption & Efficiency Analysis
Presented to: Resources for the Future
Washington, DC—March 5, 2020
Annual Energy Outlook 2020 pdf
Subject: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Outlook 2020
Presented by: Dr. Linda Capuano, Administrator
Presented to: Bipartisan Policy Center
Washington, DC—January 29, 2020

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Canada is the largest source of U.S. energy imports

value of selected energy trade between Canada and the United States
Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, based on Standard International Trade Classification (SITC) data published by the
Note: Data displayed are for crude oil, petroleum products, natural gas, and electricity only.

韩国三级电影Canada is the largest source of U.S. energy imports and the second-largest destination for U.S. energy exports behind only Mexico. Energy is an important component of trade between Canada and the United States. In 2019, based on the , energy accounted for US $85 billion, or 27%, of the value of all U.S. imports from Canada. Crude oil and petroleum products accounted for 91% of the value of U.S. energy imports from Canada and 89% of the value of U.S. energy exports to Canada.

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