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					Electricity                                                          and service) by Canada from the United States.

                                                                     Imports and Exports, Electricity Trade with
Note. Classification of Power Plants Into Energy-                    Mexico, 1990 Forward
Use Sectors. The Energy Information Administration                   DOE, Fossil Energy, Office of Fuels Programs, Form
(EIA) classifies power plants (both electricity-only and             FE-781R, “Annual Report of International Electrical
combined-heat-and-power plants) into energy-use sectors              Export/Import Data.” For 2001 forward, data from the
based on the North American Industry Classification                  California Independent System Operator were used in
System (NAICS), which replaced the Standard Industrial               combination with the Form FE-781R values to estimate
Classification (SIC) system in 1997. Plants with a NAICS             electricity trade with Mexico.
code of 22 are assigned to the Electric Power Sector.
Those with NAICS codes beginning with 11 (agriculture,               T&D Losses and Unaccounted for
forestry, fishing, and hunting); 21 (mining, including oil           Calculated as the sum of total net generation and imports
and gas extraction); 23 (construction); 31–33 (manufactur-           minus end use and exports.
ing); 2212 (natural gas distribution); and 22131 (water
supply and irrigation systems) are assigned to the Indus-            End Use
trial Sector. Those with all other codes are assigned to the         Table 7.6.
Commercial Sector. Form EIA-860, “Annual Electric
Generator Report,” asks respondents to indicate the
primary purpose of the facility by assigning a NAICS code
from the list at:                                                    Table 7.2b Sources
http://www.eia.doe.gov/cneaf/electricity/forms/eia860/eia860.doc .
                                                                     1973–September 1977: Federal Power Commission, Form
                                                                     FPC-4, “Monthly Power Plant Report.”
                                                                     October 1977–1981: Federal Energy Regulatory Commis-
Table 7.1 Sources                                                    sion, Form FPC-4, “Monthly Power Plant Report.”
                                                                     1982–1988: Energy Information Administration (EIA),
Net Generation, Electric Power Sector                                Form EIA-759, “Monthly Power Plant Report.”
Table 7.2b.                                                          1989–1997: EIA, Form EIA-759, “Monthly Power Plant
                                                                     Report,” and Form EIA-867, “Annual Nonutility Power
Net Generation, Commercial and Industrial Sectors                    Producer Report.”
Table 7.2c.                                                          1998–2000: EIA, Form EIA-759, “Monthly Power Plant
                                                                     Report,” and Form EIA-860B, “Annual Electric Genera-
Imports and Exports, Electricity Trade With                          tor Report–Nonutility.”
                                                                     2001–2003: EIA, Form EIA-906, “Power Plant Report.”
Canada and Mexico, 1973 –1989
                                                                     2004–2007: EIA, Form EIA-906, “Power Plant Report,”
1973–September 1977:         Unpublished Federal Power               and Form EIA-920, “Combined Heat and Power Plant
Commission data.                                                     Report.”
October 1977–1980: Unpublished Economic Regulatory                   2008 and 2009: EIA, Form EIA-923, “Power Pl
				
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