Country Industry Forecast: The United States Energy Industry

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The report on the energy industry in the United States covers the economic importance of the industry, its structure, the energy supply segment, and the energy end-user segments from 1995 to 2005. 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 covered are residential, commercial, industry, and transportation. The base year for this report is 2000 and the forecast period is from 2001 to 2005. The forecasts is based on the prevaling conditions in the United States, which is subjected to change in the future.

Table of Contents

Country Industry Forecast, Executive SummaryEnergy Industry in the United StatesIntroductionScope of the CIF Report and Industry DefinitionSummary of Major FindingsIndustry TrendsStrengths and Weaknesses of the Energy IndustryConclusionCountry Industry Forecast, Overview of the Energy Industry in the United StatesDefinition of the Energy IndustryIntroductionIndustry ClassificationGlobal and Regional OverviewsGlobal Energy Production and ConsumptionOverview of the North American RegionContribution of the Energy Industry to the U.S. EconomyGDP of the Energy IndustryExternal Trade in the Energy Industry: Imports and ExportsBalance of Trade for the Energy IndustryEmployment in the Energy Industry in the United StatesCompensation to the Labor ForceLabor Productivity in the Energy IndustryEnergy IntensityCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Structure and Key ParametersStructure of the Energy Industry in the United StatesIntroductionChanges in the Energy MixIntegration of the Energy Industry AssetsEnergy Flow from Sources to the End-UsersEnergy Supply Segment and its Key Industry ParametersEnergy Supply SegmentKey Parameters of the Energy IndustryEnergy End-User Segments and its Key Industry ParametersEnergy End-User SegmentsKey Industry ParametersEconomy-Industry LinkageGrowth Determinants for the Energy IndustryGrowth Determinants for the Energy Supply SegmentGrowth Determinants for the End-User Segments-Residential SegmentGrowth Determinants for the End-User Segments-Commercial SegmentGrowth Determinants for the End-User Segments-Industry SegmentGrowth Determinants for the End-User Segments-Transportation SegmentCountry Industry Forecast, Political Analysis and Implications for the Energy IndustryThe U.S. Political SystemPolitical SystemU.S. Economy Under President Clinton RegimeRepublican Party Position PaperForeign PolicyInternational RelationsThe United States-China RelationsThe United States-Russia RelationsThe United States-European Union RelationsThe United States-Japan RelationsThe United States Government Stance on Global IssuesImplications of the Political Policy on the Energy IndustryThe National Energy PolicyImplications on the Parameters of the Energy Supply SegmentImplications on the Parameters of the Energy End-User SegmentsCountry Industry Forecast, Business Policy Analysis and Implications for the Energy IndustryMacroeconomic Policies of the United States GovernmentMacroeconomic Policies: IntroductionMacroeconomic Policies: Fiscal Policy and BudgetMacroeconomic Policies: Monetary PolicyMacroeconomic Policies: Trade PolicyImpact of Macroeconomic Policies on the Energy Supply SegmentDomestic Energy ProductionEnergy ImportsCapacity Creation and Capacity UtilizationImpact of Macroeconomic Policies on the Growth DeterminantsInvestment in the Energy IndustryExpenditure on Energy Goods by HouseholdsIndustrial ProductionGDP of the Commercial SegmentEmployment in the Economy and End-User SegmentsCountry Industry Forecast, Economic Analysis and Implications for the Energy IndustryTrends and Forecasts for the U.S. EconomyIntroductionTrends in ConsumptionTrends in InvestmentTrends in PricesTrends in External Trade: Exports and ImportsTrends in the Labor MarketForecasts for GDPImplications of the Macroeconomic Indicators on the Energy IndustryGrowth Determinants Influenced by the Macroeconomic IndicatorsGrowth Determinant - Number of Housing StockGrowth Determinant - Number of VehiclesGrowth Determinant - Expenditure on Leisure and TravelCountry Industry Forecast, Trends and Forecasts for the Energy Industry in the United StatesTrends and Forecasts for the End-User Segments - Residential SegmentResidential Segment - Demand for Energy and Price of EnergyRevenues from the Residential SegmentTrends and Forecasts for the End-User Segments - Commercial SegmentCommercial Segment: Demand for Energy and Price of EnergyRevenues from the Commercial SegmentTrends and Forecasts for the End-User Segments - Industry SegmentIndustry Segment: Demand for Energy and Price of EnergyRevenues from the Industry SegmentTrends and Forecasts for the End-User Segments - Transportation SegmentTransportation Segment: Demand for Energy and Price of EnergyRevenues from the Transportation SegmentTrends and Forecasts for the Energy Supply SegmentDomestic Energy SupplyDomestic Energy Demand and Production GapCountry Industry Forecast, Industry Progression IndexProgression Index for the Energy Industry in the United StatesMethodologyConstruction of the IndexGrowth Path for the Energy Industry in the United StatesWeights Assigned to the Key Parameters of the Energy IndustryGrowth Path of the Energy IndustryCountry Industry Forecast, AppendicesList of AppendicesAppendices I to IIIAppendices IV to VICountry Industry Forecast, Fact SheetsCountry Fact SheetUnited States: Geography Demography and InfrastructureUnited States: Economic IndicatorsRegional and Industry Fact SheetsNorth America: Regional Fact SheetUnited States: Energy Industry Fact Sheet




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