Country Industry Forecast: The U.S. Energy Industry

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This report on the energy industry in the United States covers the economic importance of the industry, its structure, and segments from 1997 to 2007. The energy supply segment covered in the report includes domestic energy production and energy trade in primary energy sources such as coal, petroleum, natural gas, renewable energy, and nuclear power. The energy end-user segments analyzed are, residential, commercial, industrial, and transportation. The base year for this report is 2002 and the forecast period is from 2003 to 2007. The forecasts are based on the prevailing conditions in the United States, which are subject to change in the future.

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Country Industry Forecast, Executive SummaryIntroduction and ScopeIntroductionScope and DefinitionsSummary of Major FindingsCountry Trends and ForecastsIndustry Trends and ForecastsCountry Industry Forecast, Industry OverviewIndustry Definition and Global OverviewIntroduction and DefinitionsGlobal OverviewRegional Overview and Economic Importance of the Energy IndustryRegional Overview - North AmericaEconomic Importance of the Energy Industry - GDP and EmploymentEconomic Importance of the Energy Industry - External Trade and Energy IntensityCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Structure and Key ParametersStructure of the Energy Industry and its SegmentsCompetitive Structure of the Energy IndustryKey Industry Parameters: Energy Supply SegmentKey Industry Parameters: Energy End-user SegmentsGrowth Determinants for the Energy IndustryDeterminants for the Energy Supply SegmentDeterminants for the Energy End-user SegmentsCountry Industry Forecast, Political Analysis and Implications for the Energy IndustryThe U.S. Political SystemPolitical SystemGovernment AgendaForeign Policy and International RelationsGlobal IssuesImplications for the Economy and Energy IndustryImplications for the EconomyImplications for the Energy IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Business Policy Analysis and Implications for the Energy IndustryBusiness Policy - The United StatesDomestic PolicyExternal Trade PolicyEnergy Industry Policy and RegulationsSummary of Implications for the Economy and IndustryImplications for the EconomyImplications for the Energy IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Economic Analysis and Implications for the Energy IndustryTrends and Forecast for the Economic Indicators: Consumption and InvestmentConsumptionInvestmentTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: External Trade and Foreign InvestmentExports and ImportsCurrent Account Deficit Foreign Exchange and Exchange RateForeign Direct Investment (FDI)Trends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: Labor MarketEmployment and EarningsFederal Agencies for Labor and Labor LawsTrends and Forecasts for the Economic Indicators: Prices and GDPPricesThe U.S. Economy and GDPSummary of Implications for the Energy IndustryImplications for the Energy Supply SegmentImplications for the Energy End-user SegmentsCountry Industry Forecast, Trends and Forecasts for the Energy IndustryTrends and Forecasts for the Energy Industry: End-user SegmentsResidential SegmentCommercial SegmentIndustrial SegmentTransportation SegmentThe Total Energy MarketTrends and Forecasts for the Energy Industry : Energy Supply SegmentDomestic Energy Production and Demand-Supply GapImports and Exports of EnergyEnergy PriceCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Progression IndexMethodology and Construction of the Industry Progression IndexMethodology and Construction of the Industry Progression IndexSegments and Parameters of the Energy IndustryProgression Index for the Energy IndustryIndex for the End-user SegmentsIndex for the Energy IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, Fact SheetsCountry Fact SheetDemography Geography and InfrastructureEconomic IndicatorsRegional and Industry Fact SheetsNorth America: Economic IndicatorsThe United States: Energy Industry




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