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Executive Summary Background This Report Results
1 Introduction 1.1 The Scottish Energy Study 1.2 Volume 1: Energy supply and demand and associated CO 2 emissions in 2002
2 Background and Data Sources 2.1 The approach to estimating energy consumption 2.2 Choice of 2002 as the base year 2.3 Estimation of CO 2 emissions
3 Energy Demand and Related CO 2 Emissions 3.1 Domestic 3.2 Transport 3.3 Industry 3.4 Service Sector
4 Fuel Supply: Electricity and Oil 4.1 Electricity 4.2 Oil refining/petrochemicals
5 Energy Supply 5.1 Solid fuel - predominantly coal 5.2 Natural gas 5.3 Oil-based products 5.4 Nuclear Fuel 5.5 Renewable sources
6 Overall Energy and Associated CO 2 6.1 Energy Flow in Scotland 6.2 Scottish Summary for 2002 6.3 Assessment of Primary energy 6.4 Scotland compared with the Rest of the UK
7 Non-energy CO 2 Emissions from Scotland 7.1 Land Use Change & Forestry ( LUCF) 7.2 Fugitive, industry and other sources 7.3 Overall non-energy CO 2
8 Summary of Base Year Position 8.1 Energy and Related CO 2 emissions 8.2 Energy PLUS Non-Energy CO 2 8.3 MAPPING OF SCOTTISH & UK CO 2 EMISSIONS 8.4 Comparison of CO 2 EMISSIONS FOR 2002 with 2000 & 2001
9 Overview 9.1 Demand 9.2 Fuel Supply 9.3 Scottish Energy Consumption compared to the Rest of the UK 9.4 CO 2 Emissions
Appendix 1 Estimation of energy consumption in the Scottish domestic sectorAppendix 2 Estimation of energy consumption in the Scottish industry sectorAppendix 3 Estimation of energy consumption in the Scottish services sectorAppendix 4 Estimation of energy consumption by Scottish transport and other oil-based consumptionAppendix 5 Electricity use in UK/Scottish transportAppendix 6 Electricity from DTI and other statistics, generic issues from data handlingAppendix 7 CO 2 allocation approaches for electricityAppendix 8 Standard conversion and CO 2/kWh factors for different fuelsAppendix 9 Comparison of NAEICO 2 emissions for 2000, 2001 and 2002Appendix 10 Dwelling occupancy and domestic appliance ownership in UK and ScotlandAppendix 11 EU- ETS installations in ScotlandAppendix 12 Summary of data sources and methods
List of Figures Figure 1: Sectoral energy split Figure 2: Scottish domestic sector energy split Figure 3: Scotland and UK - domestic fuel split Figure 4: Scottish transport sector energy split Figure 5: Growth in GDP Figure 6: Scottish industry sector energy split Figure 7: Scotland & UK - industry fuel split Figure 8: Scottish industry - main sectors Figure 9: Scottish services sector energy split Figure 10: Scotland & UK - Service sector fuel split Figure 11: Scottish electricity - fuel use & electricity output Figure 12: Scottish electricity - generation & use Figure 13: Scottish electricity generating capacity Figure 14: Coal consumption in Scotland Figure 15: Gas consumption in Scotland Figure 16: Oil consumption in Scotland Figure 17: Renewable electricity sources in Scotland Figure 18: Sankey diagram big picture Figure 19: Main overview of energy flows in Scotland Figure 20: Energy supply in Scotland Figure 21: Electricity sector energy flow in Scotland Figure 22: Final energy by sector in Scotland Figure 23: Final energy by sector in Scotland Figure 24: Contribution to CO2 by fuel type Figure 25: Scottish CO2 contributions in perspective Figure 26: 2002 UK emissions map of total CO2 (as C) Figure 27: 2002 UK emissions map of energy CO2 (as C) Figure 28: 2002 Scottish emissions map of total CO2 (as C) Figure 29: 2002 Scottish emissions map of energy CO2 (as C)
The Scottish Energy Study comprises several volumes:
Volume 1 Energy in Scotland: Supply & Demand Presenting data describing Scottish energy supply and demand, together with associated CO 2 emissions. Information is also given on how the data were derived.
Volume 2 A Changing Picture Addressing how the Scottish energy picture has changed in recent years: the results derived in Volume 1 are compared with the findings of an earlier study based on 1990 data.
Volume 3 Energy Demand Database A brief guide to an energy database: summarising Scottish energy use by sector.
Volume 4 Issues, Opportunities and Barriers Considering the many factors that influence energy use in Scotland today. This volume considers key drivers. Based on this understanding it identifies the opportunities to improve energy use within Scotland and the barriers which must be overcome if this is to be achieved.
Volume 5 Looking Forward Considering how Scotland's energy use could change in the medium term to 2020, using projections of demand and supply informed by different scenarios that will influence energy use in the future.
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